Abilene Christian College - Prickly Pear Yearbook (Abilene, TX)

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The time spent here will afford us life-long friends, times of joy and times of trial, but all in all it has been a worth- while experience. I will treasure these memories forever. 49" 15" Y X ,Q 'iv gi '11 F9 ? ,W A ,..f,,., -T'-f'..g"'si ' 11"-A 4 7 ' ' ff XY' C ' n M'4 wg .10 1 vo-Q' f' -1,1 I L '.. E. .I L. F 3 nn.',',-:fit-ft. .li ' 3 V-alglha Q HJ' ' 'I - 'f'g 'f71w' 513' , f W? ' ' 'T 50 9" ' .ff 1 r ' 4 3' , 4 r 4 5' if J v O ' K ' :whiff I ,i Q 1 I -1 2 Q A . . :in -V ' J' -'F - .Q - U . 1 .1 .A .i an ' ' , , lv ' '- " .lmww h hi' H ,.?F'..l' A 5 P - ,XJ .,1'n 1 - 5 iw . . ,F I. an .4:'7. ' .ii 4 1' g . Y l I .4 . . ,, A , , 'Tv -. ' - . x'. '- ' :fd 1 1 if ' D 5 1 uw .- S M t.d W ,fu 4-. ' ' . 4 ,+L ,. '5 I , A ". .1 " A ' -A ,gm ' 1 1 c,,,' f r ,Z A 3 Y .Q ' v. 1 . We came from many places with dit- ferent dreams, goals, all of us seeking a direction to turn. ACU is not a utopia providing all the answers, but a place where 3,600 students could come with their different personalities, thoughts and actions to create this school year. We are molded by all the people that we come in contact with, especially those that love us. We have learned and grown by our every experience here. This is our time, our place. V L i 5, F , 5 F ,X V Q Q 3 E 5 Q E if 21 Z I: ..- 1 wv- ,, ..,. .. .. - Y I SPECIAL INTERESTS 1 x I V 'f271'f'lfi' fi 11112161122 1:1 Dffff.-,"f'f 1 E'1"f Pi f H vi. 1,,., c.,ja,1' Ap. W , w 5Aff1qAL7,1 .LJ :Jig ' hfii H ' " "1 M mf fm w E51 MQ! Ii' .Qi QULHI 1 "1 aff lfkaiivfl f,g?i?5l51Ea, 'C KS! n u . ' ' ,X lu7fQ:5 1"f' P- xvmi521 ' fi-"Til 'i' , Av , MU "'-"2-V ,- ., x ' ' "G .Qu ,1. Ln.-, ,,f1L,gfffa,1.ff,f,f.q: ANP I 1 W :grit mg 1:1 45 1. Kffw'-L S' f xb'f'2::flmwA m5I.m 'fy . ffwwea-wi fhiifs- 'fl"SE11-af3V:W m:f.d.1'f,i155 .1 f Wil,-1-'1'A W ' 1 Jxzaziyi, glm , , 4 t ,LWVAH1 ""' 5314-' 1 Y ,B .-V.. Vs., Vx. 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' Q 9 1 I +590 A ff!-+1 8 5 4 ' Nr r..- fl I I E TC B. 21911 '7 6 xg 1 x N O '1 K , f YT ' E X . ,.1 1 'G . ,fl gf f ,fg fn -232 ,-lg -0 f 1 1 :LX F5 I f Brazos: Goin' Strong Brazos made three appearances on the ACU campus in the fall, including one unscheduled performance. Mem- bers ot the group are Chris l-larris, Mark McCord, Steve Gallavvay and Jeff Huckabee. Specializing in progressive country music, they have entertained at ACU for two years and also per- formed in Nashville, Tennessee for tvvo summers. The group provided enter- tainment at the Dave Loggins concert when he was delayed. Brazos has been mentioned in Billboard magazine along vvith the Eagles, Charlie Daniel's band and Pure Prairie League. Chris l-larris Cupper left, oppositiej doubles as a vocalist and bass guitar- ist forthe group. Steve Callaway C upper right, oppositej is one of the original members of Bra- zos andthe band's banjo player. One flower, oppositej of the highlights of the Galaxy ski trip was Mark Harris' performance with Brazos. Musical ability Ileftj and song Writing talent is the trademark of Mark McCord. BRAZOS Loggins Draws Coliseum Crowd Dave Loggins, well-known pro- gressive country singer from Nashville, Tennessee, performed in Moody Coll- seum for a crowd of approximately 1900. The November concert was the first popular music entertainment sponsored by the Student Association in over a year. Loggins, due to unfortu- nate scheduling problems, was delayed over two hours for his per- formance. Loggins' hit single, "Please Come to Boston," was the highlight of the evening. N U Q. 'xr fvlaf il 18 LOGGINS CONCERT 4 Steve, Debbie, Don Execute SA-Cfficer Duties Officers ofthe Students' Association are elected each spring by the student body. Officers for the 1975-1976 school year were Steve Allison, presi- dent, Debbie Faulkner, Vice-President, and Don Garrett, treasurer. Ideas and preparations for the 0 N ,I Us Ak Q if, ' -lx- F -U' Q: 'H ' 1- lv ,ul XTX. ' fl L Q1 :J ui, my rig J ' '. . ff. Q.. 5 V i 20 SENATE upcoming year were made during the summer months so that a full schedule of activities could be carried out during the fall and spring semesters. Guiding the Student Senate, attending lunch- eons and special school functions, and participating in all Senate act: are only a tevv duties of the Stuc Association officers. Cheryl Mann the secretary for the S.A. She appointed by the president for position. 'Fw ha I' V.-,f I-. -W 3-if ir .. la 'i SQ, 3 gk '51 Don Garrett Copposite leftj served as treasurer of the SA. Serving Copposite righlj as secretary of the Senate was Cheryl Mann. A light moment in a meeting vvas enjoyed by Bruce Black, Sara Hutstedler, Steve Green and lvlark Hobbs fopposite belovvj. Presenting a committee report Cleftj is senior class president Don Fry. Stu- dent Senate otficers Cbelovvj were Don Garrett, treasure-rg Debbie Faulkner, vice-president, and Steve Allison, president. ,v 1' I i xv, ,. li -f H if G wx 5 i... .A . -4"e x il- 2 W ' -sz- I SENATE 21 Sena+e's Goal - 'I'o Serve The Student Senate is composed of four executive officers, all class offi- cers and senators, and representatives of special organizations. This year's Students' Association has been active in several areas of student interest. The Dave Loggins concert was the first big-name concert that had been held on campus in over a year. The Vinnie Burrows presentation, co-sponsored with Alpha Chi, was a unique and povv- erfully dramatic show. In addition to bringing entertainment to the campus, the SA has provided many services to the students. Activity calendars have been passed out monthly, free time in the PE center has been opened on Sundays, and breakfast time in the 'bean' has been extended to 8:30 a.m. 'xi 22 SENATE f """"""wwH ...,. A l ,.-,.a JL. 'U I Members of the Student Senate were fbottom, oppositej left side of table, seated: Becky Boone, Debbie Faulkner, Dickie Porsche, Cheryl Mann, Mark Hobbs, Sara Hutste- dler, Marsha Jennings, Don Garrett, Bruce Black, Jack Rich, Dennis Faulkner, Dale Martin, Kim Carver. Standing, left to right: Dave Dur- ham, Dan Wilson, Randy Clinton, Don Durham, Patti Windell, Jett Lawrence, Dean Garrett, Kent Hunter, Doug Williams, Max Lucado, Nan Ray, Becky Ellis, Mark Hanna, Suzie Winslow, Steve Green, Chuck Freeman, Cindy Blan- ton, Candy Baker, Diane Church, Phil Ware, Steve Allison, Amy Fiasco, Mark Aldriedge, Don Fry, Stan Frank. SENATE 23 OB LUTZ BOB B LUTZ B BO BOB LUTZ BOB LUTZ BOB LUTZ OB LUTZ BOB LUTZ LUTZ B BOB TZ B LUTZ BOB LUTZ BOB LUTZ BOB LU BO FU -B Us O rn I'- c: -1 N 4 cn cn -1 HP Z cn S -1 I m x li. Q 2' O Z 5 -1 O I BOB LUTZ BOB LUTZ BOB LUTZ BOB LUTZ BOB LUTZ BOB LUTZ BOB LUTZ BOB LUTZ BOB LUTZ BOB LUTZ BOB LUTZ BOB LUTZ BOB 5 NF'-N . it 'Zvi 3, -5 V - , I . , p ,ix . ' 5 - Q' , ., ,mo -- M, "ggi H , .pg V, , 53 1.1 BOB LUTZ BOB LUWLZ BOB LUTZ BOB LUTZ BOB LUTZ BOB LUTZ BOB LUTZ BOB LUTZ BOB LUTZ BOB LUTZ BOB LUTZ BOB LUTZ BOB LUTZ STAN SMITH STAN SMITH STAN SMITH STAN SMITH STAN SMITH STAN SMITH STAN SMITH STAN SMITH STAN SMITH STAN SMITH STAN ..."5 -I STAN SMITH STAN SMITH STAN SMITH STAN SMITH STAN SMITH STAN SMITH STAN SMITH STAN SMITH STAN SMITH STAN SMITH STAN SM WS NV.LS HLIWS NVLS I-LLIWS NV.LS HLIWS H.LIVNIS NV.LS H.LI LS H.LIVIIS NV S NVLS H.LIWS NV.l.S HJ.IW LS S NVLS HLIWS NVLS H.LIVNIS NV HLIW cn O cn I- C -4 N 5: EI JP Z cn S -I I IU U1 .,Q,.. 26 - SPECIAL INTERESTS . ' f"?'ia+1 ,.,.,' . - JF' z 9' Y Eh ISCC Carnival Shaving cream in the face Cor whip- ped cream if preferredj. . .a shotgun wedding. . ."Let me out ofjail!". . . eggshells . . . 'Water balloon' a deserving senior! . . . All of these things were experienced at the Inter- Social Club Council's Fall Carnival, a new, all-school event held September 20. Social clubs, senfice organizations and classes sponsored booths at the carnival, designed to aid them in earn- ing money for the year's activities. A hot-air balloonist was the most unique attraction of the day. Gibson parking lot was the site of the "pIay day." SPECIAL INTERESTS 27 28 - LECTUFRESHIP Lectures Draw Record Crowd Boasting a record attendance of more than 10,000, the 58th annual ACU Lectureship had as its theme, "Freedom in Christ," Speakers for the event came from ten states and two foreign countries. On Sunday, Feb. 22, Lectureship began when Fieuel Lemmons of Austin spoke to a capacity crowd in Moody Coliseum. Other keynote speakers during the three days included Andrew Gardiner of Edinburgh, Scotland, Ste- phen Bilak of Cheseaux, Switzerland, and Richard Rogers of Lubbock. The Lectureship director again this year was Dr. Carl Breechen. LECTURESHIP 17" 'Q .ff A 'W X 'N . s f 4 X ' cj x l I N I A , I --V V' f .. 1 A ful an-...hi "i, S 'E-I fl H ls gf , . K' ' l iffli' LECTURESHIP - 3 bilene Christian Univer- sity as we know it today, was conceived by A. B. Barret. He wanted to begin a Christian college in West Texas. Before such a school could be established, Barret believed there needed to be a number of Christian people who would want it and were ready for it. In selecting prospective sites for the location of the new Christian college, Barret finally narrowed the field to three locations: San Angelo, Ballinger and Abilene. The one congregation of the Church of Christ in Abilene, meet- ing then in its own building on Chestnut Street, was growing in number. Barret said that "among their number there were some wide awake men," and he mentioned A. F. McDonald, Henry Free and "Colonel" W. H. Childers. These three men were enthusias- tic over the prospect of establishing a Christian school, and were instru- mental in making it a reality in the fall of 1906. The original board of trustees agreed to help secure facilities for the school and to back Barret in his 32 HISTORY OF ACU management and promotion of the school. He was to be responsible for all the details connected with running such a project. Childers, who was at the time an elder in the congregation, owned five acres at the west edge of town. This location seemed to be an ideal site for the new school. In addition, on this land there was an old-style mansion that was roomy and would be an asset to the school. Barret persuaded Childers to reduce the price he had set on his property, offering to name the school for him if he would. So the deal was made, and the school was called Childers Classical Institute. Childers' mansion would serve as a combination president's home and dormitory, but another building was needed for classes. Mrs. Barret was at her husband's side, helping in every way. There was advertising to see to, and as a part of this job, a school catalog to be written. She cooked for those who lived in the coed dormitory. The boys made light of the lack of water, they formed a bucket brigade every morning and passed water along from the nearest source, two blo away, mkaing a game of their wo On September 1 1, 1906, the op ing assembly was held with ab 25 students present. The sch was designed to give instructio basic curriculum with an emph on Bible. No college work was offered first. It was enough to spread offering over 1 1 grades. Financial conditions had not b the best in 1906-07. During the years Barret was president, he sister Barret sold their farm a used the proceeds to help school. In January 1907 George A. Kli man, one of the prominent prea ers of the brotherhood, came to campus of Christian College a delivered a series of lectures. Bri ing in speakers from outside campus for some extra instruct and inspiration eventually resul in the annual lectures of ACC. During the term of 1907-08 ex curricular activities were not la ing on the campus. Literary so ties were organized on the camp with every student becomin member. , 4 , f ,,:5.,.,: l-:H -'ggwb Ag, 1, f Q, 5 I---snow I , .4 ff N 'Nqr' ' ' I nf?" A Y. 1 1 v wv ff.. fl, -4, 1 HISTORY OF ACU - 33 he purpose of these socie- ties was to encourage liter- ary and forensic endeav- ors. They also promoted a healthy spirit of competition among the students. Barret was offered the presidency of Southwestern Christian College in Denton, which he accepted in the spring of 1908. The entire administra- tion of the college resigned with Barret to go to SCC. Thus, before the school was well started, it was bereft of its strongest minds and abilities among the faculty. H. C. Darden, superintendent of Clyde schools, was offered the presi- dency ofthe college and he accepted. He had recently been added to the church, and was known to some of the board members as a capable adminis- trator. As president he took the responsibil- ity of selecting a faculty, getting enough students for the faculty to teach and making up the deficit that was sure to arise. In 1909 baseball practice had begun. Records seem to be rather scanty as to how bad the team was the first couple of years. Ker-rip, ker-rap, Ker-ripple-a-tipple-a-tap, O, O, rink-fa-link, to-hi-o-ko tombus, Hippilus, skippllus, cotomus, botomus, Chinka-ta-lack, chick-a-ta-lee, Ka-villa, Ka-valla, ka-victory, O, O, hoolga, doola, choola, kan, Ralaga, talaga, malaga, man, Let 'er go rip, let 'er go roose Tingla, fangla, let 'ergo loose, Zip! Bang! Wildcats! Rackety, rackefy, rackety, right, Hurrah! hurrah! for the purple and white, We 're always in, we 're sure to win, Rackety, Racke-ty, rackety, right. A number of news items dealt with the hopes of Christian College in the city-wide baseball race. 34 HISTORY OF ACU i ' 'IT 'E l,-.,l: avi"-f .tw . .A , . it ,- Q - Q .,h' 'Wai-U' - .I i,AUx.l,'a'f'? 3 X- 'Y' it l "' iff . A' 2 5 iff,-,., ' H. w as ,E it '-. fx.. ' , J, , 3 ,.,- K ft, ..-" X 'T , t Fl Christian College was relegated to last place when Simmons College beat them. On May 20, 1909, with the financial burden increasing, Darden resigned. The board elected R. L. Whiteside as president to succeed Darden in September 1909. Four students graduated, receiving high school diplomas from the school. Although the enrollment in the school dropped to 65 during the sec- ond year of Whiteside's presidency and he was forced to resign and find a better paying job, his work helped establish the school in the minds of many as a permanent institution. There were 14 graduates of the school in 1910 and 12 in 1911, visible evidence that the school was making progress in the face of all difficulties. ln May 1911, Ft. L. Whiteside resigned and James F. Cox was appointed to the presidency. Near the beginning of school lvlrs. Cox became very ill, and Cox was forced to take leave in order to be with her. Substituting as president through this term was Cox's brother, A. B. Cox a recent graduate of the University of Texas. On April 22, 1912, the board of trus- tees awarded Jesse P. Sewell a five- year contract as president. HISTORY OF ACU - 35 esse Sewell and his wife Daisy, brought with them 9 the composite of faith, aggressiveness, judgment, and technical skill that made them just right for ACC in the particular period when they took over. ln spite of the rising fame of the school, it was still officially Childer's Classical Institute, and though it was still a preparatory school, it was refer- red to as Abilene Christian College. Concerning the school's co-educa- tional set-up, Bro. Sewell had this to say: "We believe that co-education, under proper restraint, is best for boys and girls." In keeping with Sewell's ideas of "proper restraint," the class- room building was so arranged that boys had to use one set of stairs, girls pl as Histoirtv or Acu l i Jai another. t'The boys and girls meet only in the classrooms, in chapel, and in the literary societies, and this always under supervision of the faculty," the administration decreed. Athletics were encouraged to a moderate degree and Sewell thought boys and girls should be taught that athletics is only a means to an end. "We propose to adopt the rule that no one can participate in athletics who does not do good classwork, and whose deportment is not good," he said. A college bookstore was estab- lished, and it was suggested that the small profits would assist in paying some of the school's expenses. The girls purchased simple uniforms under the direction of lvlrs. Sewell. Parentsof the girls were urged not waste their money on clothes for t girls, as it would do them more har than good. An example of students expenses this list from the 1915 Student l-lanc book: Primary ..... ,,,, S 27,0 Intermediate . . . . . .36.0 Lower ..... . . .450 l-ligher ..... , . .540 Expression . . . . .450 Sight Singing. .. . . . .9.0 Chorus Drill ,... ..,. F re Bible Lesson . . . . . . . . . .Pre During Bro. Sewell's adrninistratio twelve buildings had been bull remodeled or enlarged. The value the campus had increased from a fe thousand dollars to approximatel 3S225,000. Enrollment had climber from 207 in 1912 to 303 in 1923-24 There was no longer any question o its permanence - only the question o "l-low will we take care of the expan sion that will come?" In the fall of 1919, Batsell Baxte was added to the faculty. His additio as a teacher and the addition o 812,500 of equipment qualified AC as senior college. When Sewel resigned, Baxter became presiden and James F. Cox was selected a dean. ln 1924, with an enrollment of 441, the college had almost outgrown its: facilities. McDonald Hall, a new dorm. for boys, was built in 1924, and a year later, a gymnasium was built. Rules changed as years went by., Formerly students who smoked werei not allowed to receive a degree, but the rules were relaxed and a new pol- icy was issued during the second year of Baxter's administration. Students enrolled for the 1925-26 school year were required to sign a pledge, saying they would not associ- ate with any organization disapproved by the faculty. Students further pledged they would not engage in or encourage a class rush or hazing, and that if they should disregard the pledge, their rights and privileges as a student would be forfeited. During that time, seniors were given greater privileges: permission to go to town any time during the day, to be out until 10:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, and to have social privi- leges after dinner every evening until 7:30. During the late 1920s, the girls were no longer required to wear uniforms. Sleeveless dresses were not allowed, and skirts had to reach two or three inches below the knee, according to the height of each girl. With overcrowded conditions devel- oping, a committee, headed by J. C. Reese, was appointed to look at land in Wichita Falls, San Angelo, and areas surrounding Abilene. ln 1926, after a football defeat by Howard Payne College at the West Texas State Fair, the student body decided to elect yell leaders. Harvey "Bud" Porter and his assistant "Dou- ble l." Blakney, were selected. A new mascot for the athletic organ- izations arrived in January of 1927. A former student, Raymond Howard, captured a full-grown wildcat in Lam- pasas County. HISTORY OF ACU 37 he mascot was named "Mrs Thomas," in memory of the wildcat mascot who had died two years earlier. When the city ot Abilene learned the college was contemplating a move to another city, citizens raised 356,000 tor a new administration building. The committee then agreed to buy 680 acres ot land tor about S130,000 on the present site. The college also received 510,000 from the will of Mor- gan Jones, a multimillionalre, toward the cost of the new administration building in April, 1927. Cther dona- tions helped toward construction on the new campus. Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Luce and Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Cham- bers ot Dickens County, gave the school productive farmland worth about 535,000 With this money, con- struction began on the academy, named tor the Luces. The dining hall and library building was named tor the Chambers. An auditorium and two dorms were also built within a year. Construction on the new Administra- tion building began on May 23, 1928. During the 1928-29 school year on the old campus, Abilene had a severe water shortage. For two weeks, stu- dents could get water in their dorms only a few hours each day. Baths were at a premium, and water tor drinking had to be stored in the rooms. The boys also fought a bedbug epi- demic in McDonald Hall during this last year. Religion, music, and athletics played a part in the campus lite. Daily chapel and spontaneous devotionals were held. The ACC Glee Club, directed by Myrtle Dunn, received first place hon- ors in statewide competition, and gave ACC excellent publicity. The band also played a big part in the campus life, and in September, 1927, it played a welcome concert at the Abilene Air- field for Charles A. Lindbergh an plane, the Spirit ot St. Louis. ln January, 1929, a tire broke the administration building on th campus. The fire was discovere Paul Southern and l-lomer l-lailey, sounded the tire alarm from Daisy The building was a total loss. All manent records of the students about halt ot the library books saved by the students. All biolo equipment and some musical in ments were destroyed. Don H. Morris and Burnya Moore were hired to teach pu speaking and home econom respectively, the last year at the campus. On Sept. 20, 1929, the new ca opened with an enrollment of With the Depression looming, financial status ot the college was poor. The enrollment decreased the next two years. i' IUHY Ui' HLU T- 'Q-V During the Depression, the adminis- tration and taculty took salary cuts. Bankruptcy threatened the school. Apart from more than 850,000 received from selling the old campus, many needed donations came in the 1930s. The Ten Thousand Club was organ- ized in 1930, with its goal being 10,000 members, each paying 310 or more. Mr. and Mrs. l.. P. Bennett gave the school two sections of Yoakum County valued between 512,000 and 515,000 The money received from the oil-producing land was used to construct Bennett Gymnasium. One ot the largest gifts was bonds equivalent to about 880,000 in cash from John G. and Mary l-lardin, mul- timillionaires, who had also given money to Baylor, the city of Burkbur- nett, Hardin-Simmons, and many other organizations. J. E. lvlcKinzie, the main worker for the Hardin gift, saw the college's debt drop from 3300000 to a little more than SB90,000. HISTORY OF ACU 39 I-il --., 1,4- 1 .4 . f.Y ri-.1-as ' ' gf . K Q 1 ,A ' 1 ,. 4 V . - -F .1 " ' ' " , , ' 0 Q. ' ' ' ' ,Ju Mi' , T.4Q4'fL "WW ., al c oi If - " ,f d if 5: ' .' 'QQ I: 4' ' V .. ,fir ' ,x .. ,:.f,gf- '-- 4? A '- l f- L . - . ff 'fit'-..--...,.M . f f l,.- Vg- . 'ly H 'Y' . A A y,r5 :-4,-,e,.....4....N , N li... 'YQ U7 I . X.. , fl' Q Q . A z -5,1 1 I N r. T F M' u ' I Z: Q iff' . yfmfgf ' L Y , I' I In ' 'f I-I :Q 'M' ' Hz: ""' F' ' -J ' ' 5' r - in 'P ' , Y' - ' 'A-.1 V ' , Tl J t . , 4 M 1. z... I fi? AJYMLA , ,'. l 1 ., fu n I an . - M t., . .1 '-'-.5 ,L , I W K M- A - X 3-' H lp, ' I 'Q 'I "., T-U-fit" 'lx :Q I ' ' .vQ.g.x,:::v52'!-tile-envy? . ' " 5 1 w,.,.-v. ing: V .. ---A .i. 5 ..f."- x :. ' "1" " 'N'-' ' " ' ,B - ""' .. ' f 5'-"L"' ' " ' W ' ' w gfv . e f K 4- V 1' .LET f' '1 F.f-igfgv 'f . ' - , ' ' f Q' fj,E'f5ii', ' f ' 1' t ., J fi. A ' ' 7 ' "4 zf5'2?"L'3"" '. 'W' ' . i . - 'Y' ' ' 'f' I "f I , 1 Mfr,-. .. ' 75' - 'I ' ' V , " QQ- . K . . , 6 fl ",- i' V 1' A I . 1. - 1 Y- , - 4 : . - , ' 1 1. Q -' . -H " 6' ' ' Q . , 0 539: 3 '..g..4!J u,3f.',i1?ffgy 'Y ' " .. Q. ' , , . , f-a.V+7g"sif?.3.253fI2fA . 9 l W' .-' 0" " . ,W . 1,-Y'--x-f Mft- -1 - ff' f -3,r:.:ZZ!' . .. s, x rpm! '. . 1 ' 1 ...qs . b 5. In ,..,MLpXx,3z:vf' 4' xp. . Lf 6,2 . . IN .V .rin - TN -' -, .1 f 1- 'I - ze. ,. :.. vzl., .- -E J. ' fx I-U W ., M I J 5 L up X , J ' 3: Ji ' ' xr U ,L Ne'5,g - . H I .. In . V: ii N gl ' . . A Q 1' .Vik . if Q I Q1 Mft xx" 'u .ig Q CKinZie Hall, built in 1947, vvas named for his vvidovv, Bess lvlcKinzie. Students' attitudes also took a serious note during the Depression. One OPTIIWST edito- rial published during 1929, proposed to the administration that students vvho worked be given "access to the library at night, during a reasonable length of time . , . A checking system operating both in the dormitories and in the library vvill be assurance that no ones goes to town when he was supposed to have gone to the library. lt is a cry- ing need telt most heavily by the stu- dents of Abilene Christian College and novv is the time for action." The Nov. 27, 1930 issue ofthe OPTIMIST presented a more light- hearted approach to campus lite. "Another new boys' club, The Pearl Divers, has been organized . . . lt is composed ofthe young men in school who vvork in the dining hall. 'We try to have fun in this organization, but the primary purpose is to learn to do our vvork better by teaching one another. 1 - -- - L- as- 1-af'-s-5' u il -A HISTORY OF ACU ne ot our rules is that when anyone breaks a dish, the other members get to kick him. We hope this club will continue long after we are gone, and we certainly want the principles upon which it is founded to live on '." ln June, 1931, Baxter resigned to become president of David Lipscomb College, and James F. Cox served as president until June, 1940. Don l-l. Morris then became president at the 42 HISTORY OF ACU age of 37. World War ll had many effects on the college, By the fall of 1943, the ratio of female-to-male was about 3 to 1, but the school contracted with the government to teach naval trainees. The boys lived in the dormitories, ate inthe dining hall, and were under school rules. Paul Sherrod was one former ACC student killed in the war. Among Sher- rod's personal effects was an article from the OPTllv1lST, stating Promise of Abilene Christian to its Students of the Past, of the ent, and of the Future." In June, 1945, ground was brc for the new science building, ln the fall of 1946, veterans pot onto the campus, leaving the sci with a large enrollment and oi crowded conditions. Since only two and a half dom ries existed, dorms were packed e people on the l-lill opened many loming houses. The halt dormitory was converted to the boys' dormitory, and the tull- zed dormitories were given to the rls. Boys were four to a room in some oms, and, in one oversized room, ght boys lived together. Girls were ree to a room, and the sun porches Zellner were divided into sleeping impartments. Girls kept their clothes the nearby rooms ot friends. After the war, the Army sold some ot its buildings to ACC to help with the housing problem. The completion ot lvlcKinzie Hall in 1947 provided a girls' dorm, plus a central heating plant, a large recreation room, numerous offices and classrooms, a dispensary and health service rooms, and girls' physical education rooms and shower facilities. Between the close of World War ll and 1953, S51 million was spent on physical improvements ofthe campus, and a permanent endowment fund exceeding itil million was established. A living endowment, comprised almost exclusively by ex-students, was also begun. J. B, Collins gave a housing devel- opment worth more than SE600,000 to the school, and a development ottice was established to procure gifts to the school on a regular basis. HISTORY OF ACU 43 w M ,WN nuvnn gang. -Y 44 - HISTORY OF ACU :ng-4rnze.nzrn:l:, WH' 1- J 251 I I Q definite salary schedule, faculty promotion plans, and a retirement plan for the faculty were set up in the 1940s, On Dec. 6, 1951, ACC was given full accreditation in the Southern Associa- tion ot Colleges and Secondary Schools, because of the work of trus- tees B. Sherrod and J. lvl. Ftigney. HISTORY OF ACU oil il in sn' QU 930' pq-.Q ""v""' , 41, fx: 1 ff-' vff 1 N-. -1: NRL - -. 2 --lnpvr-nc.: par,-1.-fax..-g-qv fm, 46 - HISTORY OF ACU .ly 13' f. . -vn- vhibffi 1 77 "I , Dunn' Is ull accreditation meant that credits earned at ACC would be accepted at other colleges and universities in the United States. ln 1952, the Mabee Foundation pro- vided another addition to the school by building Mabee Hall. Meanwhile, officials of the Southern Association and President Morris were discussing plans for a graduate school. ln July 1953, an inter-colIegi- ate program with Hardin-Simmons began for the graduate school. Mas- ter's Degrees were ottered in educa- tion and Bible. f ,.- -Z J, .ff HISTORY OF ACU 5 inor fields were English, music, language, mathe- matics, speech, social sci- ence, and natural science. John C. Stevens succeeded Morris as president of the college when Mor- ris retired in 1969. On Feb. 22, 1976, the Board of Trustees, in view of the school's growth at both the graduate and undergraduate levels, voted to change the name ofthe school to Abilene Christian University. ln the words of the late President Morris, . . come what will, the g with the bad, there will be a place Abilene Christian College CUniver in the scheme of things as long as holds to and attains those ideals which she was founded and on she continues to stand." 48 - HISTORY OF ACU li." gh HISTORY OF ACU r"' iff' I T. ,. ' 'kfg4f'1u- - F 4 ,Q wx Q ,', ,. + fl 1 .N1 .!...,f 'f1a.4:,u,:. - , 'aZ':?fr5m:'f1 . , V lf-vfg,g,.:wu.w-,1,, , . w. ,1-- ,, ' -Vw ..:!-f,5i4jT- f"5f'fr'9:r 1 4-mm fr-H FEATURES quilts f 5. ,wsu , RHS!! ITVISOB Registration: Confusion There is nothing new under the sun, and so it goes with registration ,... usually! But this year there was a slight innovation in the spring semester. The cost of the student's bill was estimated at the start of registration instead of after he had registered for his classes. As usual, bewildered students, calm teachers, unorganized lines, and sighs of relief when it was over. 52 REGISTRATION -cuisliftys-,F Kg?- Fll BSU llflf Lf., L' 5. -Q1,I""ag'Q 11-' v r -Q 1 ' ', 11-'V , . L 0 Xl Y 11' 1 -' K gpwx .yw . wwf if 0 . W X '41 1 ,tl .. , "' '55 -, A' , . g 3 ',I, it ,t.'-rg Y ai Hg 1.311 'fa ' file! -ff ' ez , "QV 'A , H 3.4 " . :qs X -K w . , 'z J f - , 'n r .,i,..1! 'ji ,A pq , ., 'v' V .L Q, ,V A , . '-- -- ' .-9 315 ! f n -if fm. g ,L S ,. n .,: Q: E I fir . pu af-N if: -fig! l - ' "xi, . ' 5-ij", '15, 'Q 'af-A ' 213 ' "L gy f 5 ' f""tr A+ :gf " :5'1:1pg 'ff "ini '11 " r li? '- .,,'m if 1:73 'gif' -.u, . ' X ,J "-'fra L' Yali 5' "' "? YA i f I' Q- . :. -. NP- 'x'e,5Q"" . - 'wf ' . .- ' 'Af , .. ,, ,., 3 .r - -1-Q , 4. x ,, HT 5 3 ' 4 LAL ,qu 6- gm -'nr F f f QR 'S"f if Q J" L Ti., N. fig, A- .,.. ' . J., .,., V. , . 5 Q7 ' ' Jar 1 Q -nf' -4- y QL, ' I , 5. l iv- . .,,4 14 - 1 f -, 4-f ,I 4 ' r f' , .1 .Q a-'45 'f 5. 'nz ,vwrwv f .f ' U ' fJ'f:fT?L ff LI? i f , . -, - gem.-vffidf -15, ' ff L '.A1.'Ws ' fqgggzzi . y , , .,y':,'vq1, , .hi J, - "3 Q .51 " 15' :'- . 1 L : Laurie? 'ii' 3. N, W. - fl lnznggfvvfii' ' J' 3 J 'B v ew j -' ., : .. n, " J' ? . , 4, .Q-..,. 4. j ina, A ,. ., , f - i in Y we 11' . , . ' . 'fr B' , T W , Y ,, . .aw , , K , - ima " x H111-A WT,-1 , J 1. xv . V, ff 'fb :' 5 k -' ' 'f v. Sophs, Juniors Taste Victory The joy of competition, spirit of teamwork, and a general atmosphere of hilarity were evident at this year's annual Rivalry Day. Team sport events included football, volleyball, baseball, and basketball. The Sophomore class humbled the freshmen by winning six of the seven events with one tie. The senior class was allowed only one vic- tory bythe Juniors. 54 RIVALRY DAY F, 1 9?- f - ' 2 'kinf' .1 gf . . . ,. K. ,. f" FY' 5.11 1 , I , . ' -sim ,-I . S .-4 f ' 0 X - 1 6' . ,J V 1 X I Wf, L 1 li g, "s . -- .. Si Q51 4 4, f ,.. W. 'Aki '-1 - T L Q 1 Z , if W ' , i-'lu " .affzv-"- ,Q fl MJ,g?q.'.g ? WA I-X Jiri' ' y,,.- ,- , an Qfxd., -5. -rf .gpwkh .7 ,ali , - , tar.. ,nm -.XS L yJ ,HX Yf if ' at is 1 Vzzwi - ::,1s?.f'3"5R"i x ',": .:j-.- .-.4-i' ' " .., ,xt , ,.. .., , "gf: .53 I '..1' f.'."'4h-jj: gli .-,u"3i.:,, "45g',z'.,fZj: "La 1" ' Q'Ulv.- 5. ffl ' f 'PVP 141' '..'f-F? V' 3' Y J-. ,liilw ,. 1.1.-1,1 A, I , t - , ,A N fr l. 1 MF -'Sf fi -fwfr s t 1 S Q . X 9 'till x HP in 4. ,U -0 Y 6. .5 .7 H5133 i 'ti if l X f J 1:4 -x 'E gf ' -' f17""4g . 7 if 4' x SA l ,,,,of ,,..-v . gf' ,fh A -r-+L. ,, I ,Qrk va -1 : - .,,,' . it 8 i Featuring many diverse forms of tal3 ent, All-College Night provided familial and unfamiliar ACC entertainers ar opportunity to perform. The event held each semester, consists entirely of student talent. Various acts include: in the night's performance were com ics, musicians, and vocalists, The Stu dents' Association sponsored the eve ning of entertainment. N. ' 1 V -T - L- - 'WHO' ALL COLLEGE NIGHT I I I I I l I E O, The first ginner theater this season, "lfDo lDo"iwasa musical which or- l 1 YH ' p trayed the experiences of a "typical" couple through fifty years of married life. Holly Norton played Agnes, the Edie, often sassy, it sometimes sweet bride. Michael, the bumbling groom, was depicted by Curt Clo- ninger. Lewie, Fulks directed the play, which wasbffhe first :dinner theater to run eleven performances. ivan.:-U -5: AV I,....,,,c,,, M- .., ...- , ll 58 IDOIDO 5'2 32- 47- Y 2' xi' 4 'Y ,A 3 if: .H 4,-5 Y x 1 O i N' ffsgy f-5 if P ! -f . A l You Can'1' Take H T You Can't Take lt With You is the heartwarming story of arfamily who has put aside all the trappings of mate- rial wealthyand possesions to live sim- ply for thedpleasure of living. i it The grandfather is a wise gentleman who patches up the love affair gone sour for his granddaughter, and helps her fiance's parents to see that there is more to life than material gain. The taleis extremely funny and sad in parts. The message is that you can't take it with you when you die. 60 YOU CAN'T TAKE IT WITH YOU. -' .,, ,, ,, X., . Q. egyul 1' Qgflfg '1' 5 Q 1, T midi- xx Q x YOU CAN'T TAKE IT WITH YOU Students Share Holiday Spirit Christmas for children brought joy to hundreds of underprivileged chil- dren in Abilene. Celebrating its 5th year, this organized effort involved over 1,000 students and affected 800 children, surpassing the initial goal of 35,000 Volunteer groups distributed food boxes to all of the families, and gifts were given to the children. It was a time of sharing and giving, benefiting the oldest to the youngest in the warmth of the Christian spirit. 62 CHRISTMAS FOR CHILDREN . .1, J., . ,Je Q9 -2- .g ix-. ' I ff. 1 n I I , 1 -Mak: ,-x .Q 1: Q., 1.f.5Fgg ,g,K.,.,.,- L, 'W "' rh',1"' .2 . Lf'92?:f1.:' r-, :f - GET? 'aiyf fzfz-'1 '1-I 2' "iii , -.145 .fini-'li7 , "fi5Lf2F' 'N ' ,,21.v::- 2:5141 15... 342. .Mgr 9-? 3-71 -' .--... ,-.1113 A S l :Me .. 'f QA 3,,g,,:j:,M. - '3 :ig:-fgffgivfjfif. 1. 1 4 -P':. - Mfg 2. , . . .w..'S.f"f4 4- 7: :.f.:-12 aw-BL -1. -.:.,-f. .gqfig-1.15-'n .gif .-jf.: 1 H '.4.f'ALD"1 ' "' pa, 'fr f' Qg':1,.1:: 1' ms'-9.1 rm- . 1-L fl- - ENV ' W: .1 aww.:-.fq?T?-1 ' .L ,fifky w'ff15'. 'x-M. 4-'L'-fd ' 'MA ww N'i1QiQg-H . ' ' l " T ZfLLT?jf?j'1fj..1""-.f '11 - , ,, , ':':'zi"i.'3 - 1 , . --12: 1-f:.+::eQa1f 1. ,M NE' Paw N 1, ' Y :ffm 1 W -Iv 4 5-fl' x ..f 1-.ifgmfi 1 P -. -3' 'xr 5 'S' ' 4 w f Q 5 45 f H , vpjzs. v V' ff" 's.'5'f"q3'gf .M ,SQ ,.r ,Sm .,, .22-, .v- 1 4 .,....:f 17152-.f"' 151.4--, 11. R525-m f' X X 34 . T'f,,ff?Z:3i, 5" ' J fig.: ' ffm-7' 1" f fl-fl 'Q' -kfl.3!f'xi"15:?V'!" 'f ' '- v- 4 ' 1' - Lu.-:.'..i .- , qzxfvlg ::, :-f il , 4 ' . cS.Q1.."f3 . f' 'vltvig-1 ' 5 -1.4 F:.'l3".5n .f 2 4' :wg ': - -.ff .2 '37"3if2 . - :VT " " 5" ' :,,3'J-,A , L., 5.11:-V, Ai f,.,L. . -., . , -, 5, , SD..- . ,,?,i.,,4 f",:y : .' -' CHRISTMAS FOR CHILDREN - 63 Q6 tf av' v "sk Off Cn Their Own Students added housekeeping and cooking chores to their daily activities in order to successfully adjust to off- campus living. Planning budgets and sharing housekeeping duties often proved more difficult than anticipated, making organization and co-operation essential. A new sense of responsibil- ity prepared the student to take care of himself before his plunge back into the "outside world" after his collegiate experience. 64 OFF CAMPUS LIFE .'.NL ?,,, A . 1-'LIC ,kv f"'sL- KI I-'5 ' YU 'vf"""' ""1+3v-Q F ' ' fu H f '.,,,,, -sag ' 'L I ' 'ffv 'R n ...f , -.W-.5 . 1, n 4 -as 'Qui , 1' 4- -.1 J,- OFF CAMPUS LIFE - 6 X 4. s 66 - FEATURES N Dorm-Dwellers Enioy Company Dorm-dwellers continued their clois- tered lives, beginning the year in over- crowded conditions. Students living in one of the eight men's or women's residence halls on campus often com- plained about restriction, juvenile pranks, lack of privacy and feasible study conditions. However, it was rarely admitted that one of the things students enjoyed was the fellowship and friendship readily available as in the dorm. Wha+ ls I+ Like +o Be a Fresh man? "Peachy -- dandy -- creamy - cool." "There are a lot of rules, but the peo- ple are real nice." "I like ACU, lt's helped me grow up and l've gained 10 pounds." "It's a new experience." "l'm having a good 'ole time." "lt's hard work, l'm not used to study- ing that much." 'l'l:,."l.!'f.j7n1 ll'-1j:f1q:J4?'i,V"T''Wav' iw" :'9"i -'V "'-V9 68 - FEATURES WS... M4 4 FEATURES- 69 What ls Your View o'F ACU Social Clubs? "A very good friend of mine has a friend who pledged club this year . . . he got sick and spent the night in the bathroom, but l think they're good." "They're changing . . . coming together more, not so cliquishf' "lt's the best thing that's happened to me at ACU." "Social clubs are a very vital part of ACU." "A legal clique." "lt helped me to get involved, and strengthened my personality." "They serve a real important purpose." "The social clubs give you something to do because there is nothing to do on this campus orinthistown." 435. 70 FEATURES "'lt's changed my attitude toward school." "lt's a fantastic way to meet all types of people." "Some of them are ok and some of them are not ok." "Some people get over-involved in them." "They have some good functions but you don't have to be in one to have a social life." "lt provides every student in a club with a place to meet friends and to par- ticipate in intramuralsf' "They help you make a lot of friends." "lt has helped me to devote my ener- gies to a lot of different things that I would not have otherwise been involved in." , - X 4:fw.Yf- N f ,va- I ,Fi FEATURES-71 Comment on Campus Spiritual Life: i "We're too wrapped-up in grades and social life - we're not sensitive." "A lot of it is just social games, but there are some really spiritually ori- ented people on campus." "The school doesn't pressure you, but the opportunities are always here. The main spiritual emphasis is through the churches." "lt could be better, but then l'm not doing anything to make it any better," "lt's too structured. The strength lies in the dormitory rooms and person to person relationships." "There is a lot of religiosity around but not spirituality." 72 - FEATURES "For the majority of the people the commitment is very weak, and I would have to include myself in that . . . we are all hurting and struggling." "It's a lot better here than it is in a lot of other places and we just don't realize that a lot of times." "We take it for granted too much. We don't know what we have here. The fellowship is really great." "A lot of people come back here because they have 'missed the Chris- tian spirit that we have, most schools just don't have it." "The past three years here I have really grown, and l know that l will grow a lot more." "l see a lot of spirit here," "You can find whatever you want on this campus, if you seek spirituality, it's here." FEATURES - 73 IW! 74 - FEATURES What Do You Do Wi+h Your Spare Time? "Read magazines, books, vvalk, play tennis, visit with friends, shop, sew, or do laundry. . "Work out in gymnastics, play tennis, jog, ride my bike, play my guitar. . "Spend time with my girlfriend . . .' "Sleep, read, bowl . . "Spend money and occasionally study O ., ' What Do You Think of ACU Athletics? "I feel that we have a good intramural and PE. classes that are better than at some larger universities." "I think it's good. Moreis accom- plished when competition is involved." "Athletics is fine, in tact a great emo- tional release for participant and spec- tator." "lt is over-emphasized as being repre- sentative of ACU." ,.,' 76 FEATURES I 6 H I ' .x . 1 , 9' ,, X Q. R- - .1 ' I J - I 'J - "1 lf? 'f 'Ir A. f - '-5 -1. . ' 4,.4-?""A l Q .4-"'-I 1 -, -w ' ,af A-. I ,D j ur 1 1 33 I. ' ' '-""x"X"' 'S -.wfQ- if-xdlqli ' gnxii, 4, "' 1fQ.'x' I-- l fm D " Q' Ax L' KKWXQW-xisllgix-x zeaixllilksxisyk. N ' 3' tan- -,wn A z' If . 1' ,, ,TL 1 . PET What Does College Life Mean to You? "College life is a challenge and I love it." "Boredom Nothing to do on nights and weekends." "At this school it means spiritual fel- lowship as well as social fellowship in sports, music, drama, academics." "Dorm life, eating in the "bean," clat- ing, social activities, football games "Sometimes lonely" "Something between high school, work, and or marriage." "Learning to share with others." "The last stronghold of childhood before one has past it forever." yxaff-K ,,,,f xl I X mu' 'W l 'mf' M., f' , - 0 ind' Q 'txt 78 - FEATURES 'D 1 IJWQ. EV .'f ""Wvf1+a-:Q+,f11 A, 4 ' 1 1 s'f' X I . 1. u. 1-1, 3.1.-,gd FEATURES - 79 4 1 f gzfril f I el Hilltop Singers The Hilltoppers made a return trip to the Pacific Islands for their second USO tour. Their tour included Japan, the Phlllipine lslands, Taiwan, Guam, Korea, Hawaii and other small pacific islands. The group performs rock, jazz, country-western and tunes off the top forty charts. Opposite page: Cfar leftj is Ed George, director. CBe-lowleftj are Kirk Notsinger and Paul Chester. Opposite page: C left and this page top ieffj are Cindy Blanton, Gary Pigg, and Fion Baber. Below leftj are Cindy Graves, Jane Harwood, Cindy Blanton, Kirk Nof- singer and Paul Chester. Not pictured are Teresa Jones and John Carroll. HILLTOPPERS 81 -1 8 1 X .. fx- . A '- - ' 'll - ' M -L U . . I 'Q 'Q 's 5 5 QQ - . , , "z., 'EX - ' X- ' 3-Q . -xx-. ' N ' 4 ' x xx 7 O, , 5. '55, , r 5, CQ Q, Q I Og, V!! Q! 1 ,W FU.. 1 Y - I . rf' ' ' V' I t- Rf , - V , M Q' A .- ff' x 1 -- .nf . - X - "'4-K-B.-.J -' -""'f 1: - V , -f---1, - '1, ' . Q . N ' ' ' """"11' H- WT, ' 1 ' T 'in , ..r . . 1 -- ' ,, - . N I 5-1-.W ,,.,. .,-,nJ,,M,V,lW:f''MW .-git' 4.1-2.2 V . 7-,TZ 'A 1 - . -' h . 'U uf .A ' -x.?,, Y - ' ' 1 I , '- . - - .' 1 - - ' ' H ---V .1 Jan.--4i.r.'n.fH ,L Ahh. I! - -- J ' ! l - 1 ' 1 I I , Q uv 1 , Q I X f P , U . ' - .-,.5IA5Mfg7S?9f7213ffff?3i5t:m?4iwx,lv":Afqwzfngifg,-mai54:1 H 4 ll ' if ' r fx ' ,gqv b 1 . ,iv A . .. H n. Y.. 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"i,.'.L..?a",,S :I'.,,,, Y 'TILQKNQQ ' .' v 1 . X ' 5 v I. ' ' - A '.. ,,' ', .l- ',.,. , ' . ,. . - . A, . I.. R . QV, -P' . X "fr f- --- ff -, . - ' K. Q. , --.1 -, s .J , , V 'f 7, A x., ,h - . , . 4, . . - f -i -, .J Q 7 V r- . Y. I-gt W - Q 1 A ,, N 1 I l o X , - - .. -, , .H 1 I.: X 1' , , 'RL . ie It A5 , M N 6 ' '- 4 -, 1- , -- ff , T311 'A--V. 'E . Q' 1 'mar 1 ' , 1 1 - - -is, ,. J , , - , 1 -Q J., 1 15,1 Q ,ii .wi fs A, V . , gg- , .fu , - :-. , f - - ' Q " , " f- - '- Q 1 , W , ,f 1-' :.'4'H" ' 2- " 1 - 14' ' 5431 --. " 3 , 1 ' A - ' . - ' J'- ' 1 f 7 'JZF42-'Q - iL 7'1-ff"-' ' .gk 5 ' 'f' 1 ' V ' ,Fi l ' f ' V-' " L "V Qi fQ-ggf -- ,4AfjQ'll F-'N 'Q' M f Big Purple The Big Purple Marching Band, under the direction of Dr. Charles Trayler and Mr. David Pennock, was invited to headline Christmas halftime festivities at the Dallas Cowboys- Washington Redskins National Foot- ball League game on December 13, 1975. A chevron drill performed by the Band to Stars and Stripes Forever pre- ceded the Christmas program. Santa Claus and a huge Christmas tree appeared during the holiday medley portion ofthe program. Over 250 ACU students partici- pated, including the Band, flag corps, twirlers, and drum majors, and the "Voice of the Big Purple", Dr. Rex Kyker. BIG PURPLE - 83 84 - VOCAL GROUPS A Ca ppela, Choralaires, Varsity, Chorus Members of these choral groups were selected by audition. Under the direction of Jack Boyd, they per- formed on many occasions during the year. VOCAL GROUPS - 85 Stage Bands Orchestra The Stage Band had two jazz ensembles for the tirst time. They played backup instrumentals for Sing Song and the Band musical. They also gave concerts in the local area. The Orchestra traveled to Tulsa, Oklahoma for their spring tour. Accompanied by the Varsity Chorus, they performed an original compos- ition, THE PROMISE OF AMERICA, by Dr. M. L. 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'1 . is 11.13-11'-',11m-4414.31 Q 11 yf1 5?3.'g1af.1.n1-. -q1..,,1.e 1.141.241,-:b:1,fg1111f1119,1-5wisp. :A W 11 111.1 1- , , 11154,-A 11f'i1,1.1:11'Q1ig21.1.111'..1'2E1'1.'1f1gf'-fi?111:11-1.1-11219, Z 1 ,...1'.1::.Wi 1 'F' 117551 1111. 1'1Vv1ggmfj.- 11- 1111115111 1 11 ,:g,,11F' 1 . 11.- 1 -.1 .. 1131, if ,. ,..-5.91111-. si411:'Pg yxE'QG1Ei2!11e1 1151? 114.1191 wi, 1211 1 1.1ff121?53i' -fag., 5,11 I! Z 4'- w R' 1, .uv Q-- N bu- 90 - HOMECOMING GH rv Lv Marcy Named l975 Queen This year's homecoming theme was "The Spirit ot Homecoming." Friday afternoon Oct, 23 began with the Queen's Coronation, emceed by David Williams, in Moody Coliseum, nominees wore dresses that were either red, white or blue. The girls were introduced along with their escorts and Marcy Hooten was announced as the 1975 Homecoming Queen. Marcy's court included Candy Hall- ford, Marsha Jennings, Jody Reese, Karen Kee, Cindy Blanton, Susan Vaught, Debbie Faulkner, Cheryl Mann, and Nancy Floyd. 1975's coming-homequeen was Miss Debbie Mullins, who was ACC's homecoming queen for 1965. That afternoon, exes watched as the Wild- cats defeated Sul Ftoss, 49-14. . ,. ,HS Exes "came home" to Abilene Christian "College" for the last time in 1975. Homecoming weekend was kicked off by opening ceremonies at which President Stevens was on the pro- gram, along with Karen Kee and Brent Magers, the student chairpersons for homecoming activities. Alumni were able to attend various reunions and get-togethers, including social club breakfasts on Saturday morning. 92 HOMECOMING 725 yggtii wx, XX 7-, Xi 'Mic Project Winners: Sophs, Siggies and Frats Winning the women's social club division vvas Sigma Theta Chi with their "Wildcat Tea Party." Cleft topj Frater Sodalis took first place in the men's division with their pictorial map of Arnerica's history. Cleftbottomj And the Sophomores led the class division with their "Faces of Victory." fright bottomj MF IQ, HOMECOMING -93 N i s 5 I I pf 'lf ' N W .,-i ,,-,,- 1 V w ,W 4, n 'V MJ. 1 E. 1 , . , , ,1 Birth of a nation. The story behind the Declaration of Independence. The conflict between the members of the first Continental Congress. The barriers of pride and social prejudice that divided them and forced them into rebellion against their mother country. lt is the story of men. Men of history. Real men who grap- pled with real problems and emotions. Edward Rutledge. The young aristocrat from South Carolina who insisted the slav- ery clause be removed from the final draft of the document. John Dickenson. The shrewd lawyer from Philadelphia and rival of .John Adams, who was the only man in Congress to refuse to sign the Declaration. Thomas Jefferson. Author of the document which puts forth the ideals upon which our nation was founded. Benjamin Franklin. The lovable old diplomat who adds both wisdom and humor to the story. And of course, John Adams. The Agitator. The Massachu- setts farmer who was "obnoxious and disliked" by all. In many ways "1 776" is the story of this one man and the reali- zation of his dream of a place called the United States of America. ,, NX .yr al J ' t a int., 'v 96 76 .-, ,4,,f XX!f I' ' , ,- ,..,- . U-,,,..-,W ..,.. ,. , pFt:?,f,f-L, Je-'H' FLA.-.--"' , haw- ' ' ..-1' .,..u--'?""FM'w- uf ,a" .Y- , ,- 17 l i l i J President -John Hanc ck T Tomi Green iNew Hampshire Dr. Josia Rartlett - Ferry Greer -Massachusetts John Adams -ilvlark Loudermilk Rhode island Stephen 'Holp:kinsV- Michael' Moore Connecticut Roger Sherman - Foy Jackson New York Lewis Morris Jeff Nielson l ooertllgivingston -fiMikeiHensliey 'New Jersey Jolnnivvitherspoon- Dan Martin Cast of Chakra cle rs Pennsylvania Benjamin Franklin - Mike Dennis John'Digkinson - Nelson Wilson James Wilson - Chris Arnold Delaware Caesar Rodney - Stu Brown Thomas McKean - David 0'Brian George Read -Kent Hunter Maryland Samuel Chase - Rick Lowe Virginia Richard Henry Lee -- Mark Baker Thomas Jefferson - Curt Cloninger North Carolina Joseph Hewes-Sheldon Bray wax., Q9-ir a,,,15.5,'r5F3 South Carolina Edward Rutledge - Dale Martin Georgia Dr. Lyman Hall - Stan Smith Secretary Charles Thomson - Tom Norris l Andrew McNair - A.C. Hester l Abigail Adams - Sandra Ritchey l Martha Jefferson - Jacque Loudermilk ' A Leather Apron - Ron Conley A Courier -Don Piper A Governess - Marci lVlcCormlclQ Dennis ni ,J A X 'L -v, 'J I,: 2 ' X tif -' 4 ' 1,1-if - S 2521. i - 4 N'i'f is , A ,L . RPRP DD DP DD DD J , 'i 1. N, ig i if el S I lf. 'lil il Wi at ' 5,,grg,, 751 I 'li ' in ,- I F4 1 5 l J ,l . A l L 'EH it Vx ", In MPM l 'il uw i IL , 1. ' , .rl 98-1776 ,Milli ' ' 'VJ . Q l l v , AQ!-. , X , 6-,,,..4 ' " ' lr. ,Nw i "" , ' J-A ' f K' ' " L if 'ai 1.. Q , Y 1 vf ' - 1 A 1' 4' ,. r Q i X - r .1 1 , J .L , A41 , rt'-w F 541...,,,, W, ,V ' , -,. . ,.,.-.,.,.,, .fbi ,m - , HN' "N ' 177 ,,..-...- -ill! 6-99 5 g:'z4aQf:'3v R- wer-Q, Y ,f , :gh vw ,., , ,,.., gm ,-,.:: f' 1 .. . ,. x :MQ 4 1.-1 ,:.-,. mf Vra- f -.- -K f I i A Matinee Visited by Legislators Abilene Christian University's 18th annual Homecoming musical was pre- sented to tive sellout audiences in the Abilene Civic Center the weekend of Oct. 23-26. A select group of mem- bers ofthe Texas State Legislature attended the Sunday afternoon's per- formance. Both cast and crew began work in late summer before registra- tion and worked many long hours to present the dramatic re-enactment of the birth of our nation. Producer-director for "1 7765" was Lewis Fulks, assisted by technical director Ted Starnes. Choreography was coordinated by Marj Baucum, vocal director was Jeannette Lipford and the orchestra was conducted by Ed George. "W-fl x 'x t tra r jjl. I Sing Song 1976 upheld the glorious tradition ofoutstanding musical enter- tainment provided each year by the students of Abilene Christian Univer- sity. This year's hosts and hostesses added glamour and excitement to the bicentennial show. Cindy Blanton, Janna Hopson, Johan Vaughn, and Darren Lackey provided musical entertainment were between the group numbers, An addition to this year's show was two production numbers. "A Salute to the South" was presented at the end of the men's division, involving a 60- member production chorus, the hosts and hostesses and the freshman ush- ers. "A Salute to the States" was included in the opening. lt involved 56 flag-bearers stationed at each door of the coliseum. 'L- H 5. SING SONG T 'S 1 .iwn , -.I, 4 1 . ?Jq 'X V. 1 u .bf Fi. . f r ". w ,is I S X 4 bl .35 J X Ar- y t H .v Q' " 'L fl 1 '55 FQ, 'Zn Zeta Rho Q ,'- 5 fi Ax: J 1, Sir?-P fs' Q .f J: ve , ' 'i":'f,'sf I, Q 4,1 fl r,. .A :H esffig.-.Agi i sf. ' ,v an- at IJ Q 4' mgmmrefmumw W and cosium w me 3' 'H H 1'7" n mf. X , ak' if S 'ss :X 0 f U U . g ,J ww I W 1 o 5 ' ,1 Delta Theta second place women's vocal dnvlsnon 5, 'Q -1 N: Rv 'N'- ' Q-. ..f. ..,. . - 5" Mx QQ 'Qi ff..-, 1, in ,df ni if L , W in Iw J nfl in r j- ialus, men's cosrurne wmner RING QONIT. .1 107 9, L I nf :wa QMMW win Un Q' nl .A P. ,Ls . I lr " FB- W 195 4 I f Knights S x N QE 1 5 'Q 4:4 oil E'OTl'l1U Co-chairmen of Sing Song '76 were Marsha Jennings and Fred Allen. Along with Herb Butrum, they co-ordi- nated the many aspects of the all-stu- dent production. Sandy Davis was this year's Stage Production Manager. He was in charge of the special production num- bers and freshman flag-bearers. An exciting aspect ot this year's show was that it was telecast live on KTXS television, Saturday, February 21, enabling residents of the Big Country to see the sellout production. fli- wail 'W' in A Nl I is P- 5 vs. H-.i -1' A V, ? V L 1 M I , ' 11, Denim L nckrsy. hos! l .lllllltll CII.:-ws, 1'.m:f:or1d533110:lnlxudvrn:4xIci1vs:slul'1 SNGSONG-1U r' 1 J, I y fs 5 STUDENI' I!FE Sigma Theta Chi Sigma Theta Chi began in 1969. The letters mean Seek through Christ. Their purpose comes from Matthew 6:33. In the fall Siggies met with Galaxy for bidnight. They took 21 pledges in the fall and 10 in the spring class. Siggies participated with Kinsmen in a cystic fibrosis march during October, and Prater Sodalis helped them to package food forthe needy at Thanks- giving. Siggies won first place in the Home- coming competition with their display "Wildcat Tea Party." Siggies participated in Sing Song with a rabbit medley. Marla McNeese was the director. fpictured below rightj left to right are, front row: Carol Peterson, Kathy Curtis, Diane Church - historian, Pam Dotson, Susan Vaught - presi- dent, Judy Jones, June Carden, Kay Leech - Sing Song representative, Sharon Newman, Marla McNeese - Sing Song director. Back row: Carol Oden, Gaye Brooke - Big Sig, Sherry Dial- secretary, Cindy Cumbie -trea- surer, Marcy Hooten, vice-president, Suzy Hoo- ten, Linda Hagler, Betty Neimantsverdreit, Cindy Green, Cindy Pinson, Deanna Hicks. 114 SIGMA THETA CHI 1 ' .,fW.'v' ' ,AA .se . , 'WA V " I 1 I 1, . af 1 , 1 , A X 7 I .0 hx ' l ' , 1 Q- W' ,, - V ., T' P?-12 L ,- ' , N E 'EW , H ,IRA R wff X ' Q -, ,, ,,,, ,Q ,,,.,,, , A, M W'-', +11-,-:f' 742 535. lx' f 1 - , m y Q Q L flggtfsflsassfm 5 gg ' y ' -. gig , ' .' y '?,,1!!lf!5L222' f VV , : , ,,1 -1. . '- 1- m 'HQPIEZI5 -'G' -'fi H '-"1 3 Sm w 'Wflil' .1 .I ..,. ., , 1' A 1 'L X 2 ' :fi T ' f J L- 4' 'QS if zu " - ? ' M59 Wifi -- 'gf :TE-, - A . A X E '17-yah .,, L ,fl W- - :M-51 pl 'u A wt :C -. if 1-:5.z4,p-. 4' . FW ' E32-V A , 'iffiifg ' -3 x V F :gf - wx . M v C , viii, 4- A , H L 1, X 4 ff. PM 1 lg. r ' sf . , , -f' , 14 , A 1 1" w. is V' . 'ug A gPQ ' x ka N ' . ' .zr AQ . H-5' A-. ,- , 11 ' ' 5- A 3. -m4 - 'qs' "rw, ' V a " A 1 N' f f A gw ' wk J-7 , XNNW , 4-W, -V ., ,f ix! -Y V 1 I W ' , V! 1 1 ww- V wx xbifnl wyxxw V-sign , ' x' gg, 6: 34441 1,-3 wyfgmjf f ,K An ,'.tgL?,"v sv In 1 ? V . " M ' , i ':95' fi? f' Q- 2 - Qi' Y lj. :.v'7r54 1: ,' "" " -N ,,,..., , R if b . ,QQ 3 Q 1 iw , ,, ' ' 4 11 Ni 1 ' j 7 W . l. .Z'L'M:..Jgdf, X . - x 1. X . W X HK A' 'Q . If 13 iz 0 W 1 Ng 'Q H, v HMM. N " ' ' ,i' . lf V 3 . E-:did ,Q 'rr 'X 13,3 4. I ,mf DELTA 'Il'-IETIX Delta Theta celebrated their 50th anniversary this year. The DT's vvon first place in the fall intramurals and were active in the "Pulling for PIasma" campaign. A western social at Lake Coleman highlighted their fall semester. On bid- night the DT's met with their brother club Sub-T-16, and Kinsmen. Later in the semester they met with Galaxy. A special closing ritual for Delta Theta expresses the club's feeling for one another. "May the Lord watch between me and thee while we are absent from one another." Gen. 31 149 Cbottom photoj standing are: Jana Hopson - secretary, Kathy English, Kathy Hansen, Deek Wilson, Melba Moore, Tricia O'Brient, Carla Wil- lis, Coleen Moran, Lindsey Davis, Becky Con- dra, Diane Durham, Patty McConnathy, Cindy Moore, Cindy Codrick, Tammy McGougl'1. Sharon Charles. Seated: Harriet Haag, Pam Rorabaugh, Patti Williams, Cindy Parker, Vicki Ward, Robin Willingham, Nancy Fiunyan, Sky Mosman - parliamentarian, Carrie Craft, Sharon Clarke, Betsy Dodge, Kim Culp -- Sing Song director, Lori Richardson. 116 DELTA THETA Pictured above left fl-rj, front row: Carol Koho, Becky Monroe, Lamar Davis, Jan Jasper. Second row: Cindy Cromwell, Dine Wilkins, Rita Atkison, Shirley Heath, Karen Karnes, Susan Arnold. Third row: Shiela Ballard, Jenny Emmons. Back row: Cindy Hindsley, Sandy Mosely. Pictured below Cl to rj are, front row: Kerry Fry, Judy Tuggle, Jo Ann Keyes, De Ann Wilson, Cindy Peterson, Brenda Morris. Second row: Alice Bishop, Janet Fails, Vonda Manness, Pam Bales, Kim Bennett, Donna Phillips, Donna Nelson, Kathy Martin. Back row: Rose Ellen Man- ness. DELTA THETA 1 17 l w mffwmwglinagu N ,1 NH Q wk H n , w H, -,. , " 'J' ' ' ' '. .P Y -JE , 4 X 41.9 'M Wwmmw QIQQQQTT i5?5?E??:L A A A ,L ,L 4 I I 1 , '19s-453113531 , .,-g,w,- . -M J, ' -.ma ,Q rpwmwmu W wfmwwww "A M M my ,M MW F- , ,ww v,, , I, 1 . 1 ,.. --N , -.-,. ki. gwnjrf ' ww- wr- 'f " ,.-fs? . 'YI . E ... fuk 5 ,f 1 Q , Q ' 4 ls! . l H, . I SF, , ,ab- Q1 K, if n 44-., x v": -1 ,. ' - 'H f!,", 1 ,',' , W , ' . , Wifi 1 1 I ' H I 'ifr ll 5 , I ,Pu ' If va ,r T Nj A A 5. f 11.31, . J--E ' F f- '-"'- , w N. 1, QU. -3, , V .r5 'L ,r I ' Q 'f A,-4 ' . A , 1 . W -353 x , ' -4- 1 1-1 25 H :,.,,, M' 'gf-'gf . y R ' 4-2 f ,in 1 X vm . 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Iopposite pagej Standing: ftop photoj Susan Perry, Debbie Layton, Sharon Lawrence, Elessa Sommers, Becky Douglas, Laura Hudgins, Carla Davis, Bonita Blackburn, Vickie Williams. Row one: Becky Boone, Wanda Fulks, Kitty Hall, Holly Sosebee. Row two: Karen Leith, Susan Karlick, Jeri Lynn Chase, Jan Alberts, D'lea Nichols, Patty Simon. Row three: Paula Durham, Carol Nicholson, Tammy Woodard, Cheri Hood, Sara Bankhead. fbottorn photoj Bow one: Julie Hess, Nancy Duncan, Vickie Hardin, Celia Littlefield. Terry Christian, Denise Nicks, Cheryl Nickolson. Row twof Diane Guy, Janice Keech, Denise Ice, Che- ryl Elmore, Dewana Jones. Row three: Nancy Floyd, Marsha Jennings, Cindy Gragg, Holly Norton, Debbie Marsh, Patty Burke, Donna Met- calf, Jodie Reese - president, Jeannie Gilmore. Terry Green, Sara Ziegler, Cindy Wheeler, Becky Brimrner. 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Bottom to top: Suzanne Ward, Sue Bran- non, Lou Jane Allen, Ellen Woodall, Lee Ann Hall, Marja Beakley, Judy Booker, Jerilyn Knipp, Janet Barnes, Kathi Kempe, Marla Jenkins, Mar- ilyn Gwin, Jeannette Parker, Penny Parker, Cel- este Pruitt, Beba Ballard, Carol Bennett, Karen Willbanks, Sherry Johnson. Q t si' A- 1-11 Q91 0 i ji Qs The president of Frater Sodalis was Steve Booker, Steve Croft - vice president, Steve Galloway - secretary, Terry Penn - treasurer, Dave Dolinger - intramural director, 124 - FFIATER SODALIS Kelly Antwine - sergeant at arms, Mike Warner and Oscar Schoenfelt lll - ISCC, Jerry Mullins - Brat Dad. Pictured above right to left, first row: Mark McCord, Stewart Powers, Oscar Schoenfelt, Paul Sugg, Lynn Lutterell, Winston Kenworthy, Steve Power. Second row: Tracy Varvelle, J Foster, Sam Bivone, Johnny Garner. 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Cbottom photoj Front row: Alan Austin, Barry Packer, Gary Crocker, Jerry Stansell, Mike Sny- der, Dean Summers, Randy Mayfield, Mark Spradley, Andy Ladyman, Tom Kirk, Paul Jen- son, Steve Lugar, John Womble, Ftandy God- frey, John Paul Usrey. Second row: Steve Alli- son, Dave Griffith, Dave Garrtet, Jimmy Mav- roulis, Gary Glasscock and Rick Hastings. GALAXY 127 KINSMEN Kinsmen, ACU's largest social club with 89 members, began in 1968 with only 29 members. Their first meeting was held in a funeral home. Since their inception, a tradition has begun with a punished pledge Wearing the "green Weenie suit." The Kinsmen entry in Sing Song vvon the vocal competition. Mark Baker directed them and Randy Clin- ton designed the costumes. They vvon second in Homecoming project com- petition. Their spring social was held at the Haylott Dinner Theatre in Lubbock. frightj Seated Cl-rj: Randy Clinton, Jeff Bolin, Brent Stutzman, Coke Beatty, Stan Vick, Paul Bodine, Brad Miller, Rob Sutphen, Jeff Carson, Greg Thomas, Bill Green, Byron Brown, Denny Rogers, David Watson, Kevin Hayes, Jay Crow- der, Dik Gardner, Larry Wood, Greg Vick. Stand- ing Cl-rjs Dave Grey, Tim Yarbrough, Phillip Keener, Tom Henninger, Keith Hastings, Kevin Russell, Mark Flippin, Gary Wells, Lee Cole, Glen Howard, Mike Cauthen, Bill Wood, Don Burbank, Mark Rheudasil, David Hurley. Cbelowj Seated fl-rj: Terry Tindle, Jack Rich, Mike Tinius, Fred Allen, Lynn Groves, Thom Lemmons, Don Garrett, Mike Robinson, Brad Edgar, Doug Conder. Standing Cl-rj: Chuck Freeman, Dale Knott, Phil Ware, Randy McEowen, John Myers, Randy Singleton, David Litton, Curtis Mullins, Rick Ort, Russell Hale, Ed Allred, Mac Brockman, Larry Folvvell, rf,-,. an 'iv r -I Q 1 X ' f 128 KINSMEN I 1 f ' I' I. .. lf' 2 T F4 li Sv i',,'llI",, jpiillll! ii 140 io: 2 ly lfjf' ll il Cl Q Top left photo, left to right, front row seated: Mike Hensley, Dave Elswood, Hal Burleson. Second row: Randy McCall, Billy Jack Knowled, Hugh Stevens, Nelson Wilson, Danny Jackson, Mark Baker. Third row: Bimbo Hooper fseatedj, Dave Durham, Mark Jones, Charlie Dunn, Dave Byrum Cseated rightj. Fourth row standing: John Walker, Brent Miller, John Fealherslon, Craig Lawson, Greg Dunham, Chris Diaz, Jimmy Doyle, Monte Mahon, Mike Sutherland, and Casey Craig. KINSMEN 129 130 - KNIGHTS Above, front row Cl-rj: Jerry Endsley - Knight of Filthy Lucre, Dale Piper-Viscount, Floger Swart - Knight of Knaves, Mike Timmons, Charles Parrish. Second row: Kenny Johnson, Kenny Horner, David Campbell, Steve Brown, Randy Wilson - King, Victor Munoz, Dutch Hoggatt, Scott Stegall. Third row: Brent Magers - Scribe, Steve Hammond, Randy Ground, Dave Chapman, Ed Frank, Ray Donley - Friar, James Flournoy. l no il it ll l it i . , .4 1 , , i , r l- ,, -I , f -' .l 1-I N. W X KNlGFlI'S Knights, started in 1958 by a group of Bible majors, has grown this semes- ter with nine "knaves" in the fall and three in the spring. In the fall, the Knights had a social at Leuders and a barbarian feast. Knights entered a "Loser's medley" in Sing Song and were led by David Campbell as Snoopy. A first place in raquetball highlighted the year and a pizza eat- out with Zeta Rho added social excite- ment. KNIGHTS TROJANS Trojan's originated in 1930. They had disbanded for three years, and were reorganized this year. Seventeen charter members and eight new "slaves" were added in the spring. With Don Smith as their sponsor, they participated in Homecoming with a Bicentennial project. The climax of their year was a spring social at the Venetian room in the Fairmont Hotel in Dallas. Their officers were Terry Smith - president, Garry Moore - vice-presi- dent, Lance Barroe - secretary, Bobby Ballard - treasurer, Roger Lay and Guy Shaver - ISCC, Art Carls - pledge master, Mike Lehrman - chaplain, Dean Lovv -intramural director. Cpictured belowj Left to right are, standing: Terrye Jones, Lance Bar- rovv, Butch Schultz, Terry Smith, Billy Wilson. Seated: Art Carts, Gary Bro- phy, Mike Lehrmann, Fred Spencer, Garry Moore, Terry Lavvrey, Calvin Bankes, Larry Cooke, Greg Newman, Roger Lay, Bobby Ballard. 132 TFZOJANS . f, V I r 'J - ,. VV V' 'H wr ,I 53,1 . , mm V VV, V 531-1,L.?7 mm ff! W H, f'w? ..v, Raw-' W'- -...2V-- ' - -.,w,,, w v Biff? . x- +- ,fV,'ifZ1 vi.Q "Ti . gf. fp- Ar.. ,gr i. VI L, L-,I V. E 'M V .1 r- - lf' -,,V. I 1. 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I J, ' fir - ' .V ' iii? . f , 4 A I xii 'L i r., :V-V ug if ALE- 'bi Oth i 7' upon I ' vnu- ' ' -4 na-, v L... .. na. ---- - .1- E " 'U ' E 1 51' .coo fa Q Q L-J Q 1 -nf A .I , Q-52 . ji H Yr ,r . . 1: . ,. 1 e' .. 'X ,G .lr :Si 'K x , ' .. 1 an 'E "FM: A., , , I. 1' .. .1 9 5 .PMN 'n Q, X- t , ,f - I , " uf , - - 1 ' r , . K- 'EP-:Q if . .E Q hs. I , . N Q 3 X ff' ' .al , . H. I ji, V ' ' 1 ,. 'zt- ,AI g 'ff 5, A " 4 .I ,fly bqgq r ISCC The purposes of the Inter-Social Club Council are to stimulate a closer bond of friendship and loyalty to the school, to stimulate cooperation among the social clubs, to discuss problems common to all social clubs, and to make regulations that will be in the best interests ot all social clubs. The major activities of ISCC during the year included sponsoring the Freshman Welcome Party, and help- ing the clubs to pay tor their Sing Song costumes. In addition, ISCC built a Homecom- ing project and helped to co-ordinate a blood drive among the social clubs tor Christian Homes of Abilene. fpicturedj Kneeling fleft to rightj: John Vaughn, Terry Smith, Roger Lay, Oscar Schoenielt Ill, Lynn Groves. Standing Cleft to rightj: Bonnie Wise, Mary Minchevv, Mike Warner, Suzanne Ford, Dave Chapman, Randy Wilson, Jody Reese, Cheryl Mann, David Williamson, Diane Wilkins, Marsha Jennings fpresidentj, Ed Franks, Kathi Stafford, Peggy Haynes. Top: Judy Anderson. ISCC- 135 Social Club Socials if ,ZH Q A 'ov o ASQ! 1 1 i 136 - SOCIAL CLUB SOCIALS . , My e 1 K , SOCIAL CLUB SOCIALS - 137 PI BETA SIGMR The business fraternity of ACU, Pi Beta Sigma conducted freshman busi- ness orientation to introduce new stu- dents to the business department. The club took a field trip to Dallas to visit General Motors, The Federal Reserve Bank and Dallas Federal Savings. The Club also sponsored speakers from local businesses. Byrum, Ron Ellison, Mike Harris, Chris St pulo, Randy McCall, Duane King, Mark A iclge, Randy Clinton, Cindy Cumbie, De Reagan, Stuart Hall, Mac Brockrnan. Se row: Alan Leslie, Debbie Chitwood, Karen Ki Marilyn Martin, Brandt Dickey, Al Burkett, T Hodge, Kay Leech, Carroll Dyer, Peggy Hay Martha Moxon. Back row: Ann Courtney, Dz nie Tunnell, Cathy Burch, Ken Perkins, K2 Ryan, Robert Noah, James Flournoy, Young, Brent Groves, Paul Morgan, Karen banks, Bonita Blackbern, Mike Archer. Pictured Cl-rj seated front row: Jack Rich, D a I ' 1 c .JE E wg." vrv' I1 -.xl TSEA Texas State Education Association serves as a professional organization for those who plan to enter the teach- ing field. TSEA provides registration services for graduates to help them locate jobs. Melissa King, ACU charter chapter president of TSEA acted as co-chair- man for a state eight member commit- tee for ITP, Improvement in Teacher Preparation. TEXAS STATE EDUCATION ASSOCIATION ALPHR PHI OMEG4 ALPHA PHI OMEGA is ACU's national service fraternity. They were active in Homecoming activities, helped usher at lectureship and dis- tribute the OPTIMIST after chapel each Friday. Right photo fl to rj, first row: Chuck Palmer, Mack Womack, Keith Savage, Rusty Thorton, Ray Aragon. Second row: Bob Wiese, Mark Crump, Bruce Wharton, Joe Bufogle, Allen Price, Rick Elam, Dean Jett, Dan Wilson. Third row' Gary Maddox, Roger Marley, Alan Scott, John Jacobs, Gary McDaniels, Ron Keesee. Bnlttomz Front row: Paul Sugg, Carroll Dyer, Marcus Orr, Keith Dowell, Gilbert Hearn, Scott Mims, Robert Noah, Dean Beauchamp, Larry Ferguson, Gary Morrison. Back row: Tim Rhoads, Dave Wilson, Robert Brockman, Phil Gabbard, Bob Burnett, Charles Henderson, David Buenrostro. l 655 140 ALPHA PHI CMEGA 'tfltfl 5 1 -- 9. ww fu, ,,, .1 - -. EM V .nur Ek' ,, x. E. PM 3' iv 3 C' T., '. 1 . 1 It ,, wr Q WJ? 16:5 ' V 'P Q ' .X -g . -ur' AGGIE CLUB The '75-'76 livestock judging team entered contests in Fort Worth, Hous- ton, and Denver. The Denver contest was part of the National Western Stock Show. ln this contest the team came in eighth out of 23 teams. Dr. Edwin DuBose is the team's fac- ulty adviser. 142 -AGGIE CLUB .M l DELTA TAU ALPHA, the agriculture honor society, served to uphold stand- ards of leadership, scholarship and character among agriculture students, as vvell as to promote the profession of agriculture throughout the depart- ment. During Homecoming, a chuck wagon barbecue supper was held in honor of Aggie Club exes at the fair- ground. During the spring, the Aggie Club sponsored the annual school rodeo, and judged a contest for a local 4-H Club. JUDGING TEAM 143 BLUE KEY Blue Key is the men's academic honor society. The club recognizes the quality ot leadership, character, and academic ability. The motto of the club is, "We live to serve." Members are, front row Cl-rj, Steve Allison, Oscar Schoentelt Ill, Phil Ware, Don .,' 1 , Durham, Kim carver, Jeff Hill, Bill W Gresham, and Dana Wright. Second row: Jack Rich, Terry Bull, Dan Wilson, Allen Price, and Randy Rea. Back row: r Dave Garrett, Brent Miller, Brent Stutz- . ,gf-N - :H .sg 1 man and Dr. Carl Spain. Q Y, ' Atta -',. 5 e ' Q if if w 5 se. .. V , A I X me Q. 5' T . N ' - .. 4 ' V 7:11 tw, 4 A I1 I!'.aff -2 Q Q lyk xv -:Vp nf? ,tgj 2. . A 'way qty ' Q -, ,A l -v! 7 mf is lt, ,. . ' -K 'W' ' ul I' ff,r ' j", I 5' uri. ' I x -. ' will R re. l Al' Y f ..Al.t,4. H Ie 3 .1 JM, 1-Q. 1-vp, : I., I .....,M '- , V ,. 1 1 , . 0 J 4 r 'I 49:5 I 42 ?'i , .V W CLUB , Club is a women's honor organi- ion that selects women to join on basis of their demonstration of ristian living, leadership qualities I academic abilities. photo, fl to rj, first row: Sandra Ftitchy, f 4' 7 Cathy Martin, Becky Brooks, Cheryl Thompson, Becky Dobbs. Second row: Debbie Dabbs - Secretary, Cheryl Mann -- Reporter, Candy Halltord - Vice President, Jane Montgomery, Terry Green. Standing: Jeannie Gillmore - President, Melanie Belt, Judy Anderson, Gail Argo, Mary Minchew - Treasurer, Ellen Woo- dall, Jan Austin, Laurie Guyer, Mrs. Loreta Kel- ley - Sponsor. .Lv W-CLUB- 145 ii. -N J lx 5 4 t r .1 ..,,..g-4-" 5' :1 1 ALPHA CHI ALPHA CHI is a national honor soci- ety for students with a 3,40 grade point average and have completed a minimum of 64 hours credit. Bottom photo, Cl to rj: Brent Miller, Jack Rich, Dr. Lemoine Lewis. Right photo: Jeannie Gillrnore, Stan Frank, Terry Browder, 'is 46 - ALPHA CHI 1' ', N Y 'Z , -S' if .lr 4 it --7' 4 i i i iff --Q'- , f 4' , , 1 t K. 2. x".,,' ' '1' iifgki-ilu Q T U .U "'. Q -t , ' mess fi- at wa.,,i., s I . H, Jgf! h wp! rv.. l.':Sj3,1,2i'is1gt,,', ,ivy i 1 'i"'Q'iif'f3Y:4i1: s 'Kg-?Qfgfg.'ii',s " rift: in M4 ' 5 's:t11ft.'.3a'fLf Wi- iq 0 I O Ox to Q00 O00 000 00 900 O06 o 'I'-4' NW' f ',:A .ff '-' -.1tSV't Q - n W 'NM' j - Q' M . PHI ALPHA 'EHETR Phi Alpha Theta is an international honor society composed of professors and students who have demonstrated superior ability in the study of history. This club presented guest speakers such as Dr. Charles Marler and Presi- dent John C. Stevens, who is a charter member. Top photo fl to rj, standing: Dr. Bennie Gallo- way, Dr. John Bobinson, Dr. Bobby Sims, Dale Levandowski, Glenn Fiaynor, Dr. Joe Spaulding sponsor, Dr. James Burrow, Sandra Busby, Dr. Bea Speck. Seated: Phil Driskill, Lana Brown, Cindy Sain, Brent Stutzman, Lynn Frasier, Deb- bie Dabbs. PHI ALPHA THETA 147 PHI MU ALPHIK PHI MU ALPHA, a national music fraternity, received its charter and began as an active club on October 3, 1974. They ushered and collected tickets at all Fine Arts Concerts. ln May, they sponsored a concert in Moody Coliseum featuring all the per- forming groups ot the music depart- ment. S ,ff X ff. 'V A ' 148 - PHI MU ALPHA ALPHA PSI OMEG4 Alpha Psi Omega is a National Honor Drama Fraternity, whose pur- pose is to stimulate interest in theatre activities, to reward the achievements ot theatre students by electing them to membership, and to create a compact group of students to expedite theatre program. As such, Alpha Psi Omega is the "backbone" ot the Abilene Christian Theatre, and each production depends upon the support of its mem- bers. Pictured from left to right are: Mike Dennis, Mide Longfellow, Mike Moore, Mark Loudermilk, Sharon Lewis, Tom Norris, Ricky Reynolds, Kim Southard, Ted Starnes, Curt Cloninger, Starr Kelton, Robin Dixon, Wendell Carter, Sharon Phillips, Rick Lowe, Holly Norton, Jacque Loud- ermilk, Ron Conley, Nelson Bennett, A. C. Hes- ter, Patty Martens, Ruth Hale, and Lewis Fulks. ALPHA PSI OMEGA This honorary English society is open to all freshmen who have earned an "A" in their first semester of Eng- lish. This year they sponsored the movie "Oliver," Pictured below, seated U-rj are: David Johnson, Xan Middleton, Diane Denman, Michelle Doran, Christian. Second row: Kent Hunter Ann Sh maker, Kim Kruse, Becky Ellis, Jan Taylor, L l-lines, Bobby Stokes, Norman Splvy, Ev Fowler. Third row: Kathleen Sheets, Mar Thutt, Leslie Parker, Pam Ball, David Osbo Shirley Fiorie, Debbie Seracy. Back row: D Watson, Ambrose Ramsey, Donny Fox,l Powell- president. David Willis, Jim l-loggatt, Steve Atkison, Mc V a 'i s i 1 l I l i 4 'D I IGMRTAU DELTR Sigma Tau Delta is a society of jun- r and senior English majors who ve at least a 3.0 grade average. This year they sponsored literary ms and guest speakers. Michael Sla- r, a Dickinson scholar from the Uni- rsity of London was one ofthe guest eakers. The club members also raised money for a portrait of Jewell Watson nd presented it to the English depart- tent. Jewell Watson was head of the nglish department from 1929-1959. al.. Members are left to right, seated: Stan Frank, Diana Kuhn - president, Diane Bailey, Jack Bowers, Jeannie Gilmore, Jan Alberts, Julie Covey, and Dr, Zelma Odle. Standing are: Ron- nie Dudley, Mary Meyers, Wayne West, Char- lotte Hegi, and Lana Brown. SIGMA TAU DELTA CSO, CIRCLE K The Campus Service Organization was founded in 1942 for girls selected on the basis of character and scholas- tic ability. They helped to register guests for both high school days, Homecoming and Lectureship. One of their money-making projects included selling "love buds." Pictured below left to right are: Gail Argo, Janet Davis, Delmo Roberts, Christie Calhoun, Sally Keith, Marja Beakley, Shari Emerson, Amanda Headrick, Phena Morgan, Bebe Ballard, Johnnie Thurston, Peggy Smith, Rhonda Ellis, Debbie Wasemiller, Suzanne Ford, Susan Lauterbach, Melissa Wade, Penny Parker. Circle K is a service organization for both men and women. Their purpose is in developing the leaders of tomor- row. They helped with registration, fund raised for multiple sohlerosis, and the Heart Association. "" va.. 152 CAMPUS SERVICE ORGANIZATION "'T 1: inn ' new Lol I A.. , ,. i 4ig3'f""5 'f -.,. W ...Q .5 .lm Q? BY Mk: . , X.. Y' ,Q 'Sie N 'f,xW7'H Q Io.. "x ,L, -14-f . '5' n -Q-13 - ' x YK e ,'- , ,. Bind E W NM 4 u- E -.o J V ,01- ' , Q arfvv, "-. - .fl X I g f t '13,-.1 - 'C , ,gf-. . Azgwgigwgia ' , 1 .'..1i'n".i5' 1:1 ' ' ,gf t- -714-4. ,- , .. t . .iff 2.4,- .X .n .-, i -, -,,,, .-D . 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Society of Physics Students are: Cl-rj first row: Dean Jett, John Spivey, Rich- ard Iriye. Second rovv: Bob Boyd, Dave Hamilton, Dr. Paul Schulze. Back row: Dr. R. C. Ivey, Mark l-loffbauer, Tom Withrow, Lowell Camb. AMERICAN CHEMISTRY ASSOCIATION -155 Eta Beta Pie is the oldest club on the ACU campus. Its first chapter was formed in 1906 and the organization has been subsequently revived throughout the cIub's 70 year history. The club Ied a very active year on campus. One ofthe highlights was ETA BETA PIE their entry for the "Find a wife for Herb" contest. Their entry, Miss Con- strue escorted by Chester Drawers won the second runner-up. The money was donated to the Christmas for Children fund. Anyone may join the club. T yearly meetings are held at Vir Lee's Pie Shop. Pictured left to are: Letita, Chuck Roast, Ch Drawers, Elrod Shagnasty, F Seated: Pete Moss, D. D. and Lark 156 ETA BETA PIE HOlTle ECOl'IOITIiCS This school year was one of involve- ment and activity for the Home Eco- nomics Club. They helped the stu- dents through the fall finals "mun- chies" by providing "care" packages The annual spring banquet for THESS '76 workshop was held in Abilene. I HOME ECONOMICS CLUB 'IHE OPTIMIST Members of the OPTIMIST "aff were: Seated Cl-rj: Darla Parker, Julie White, Brent Stutzman. Standing: Rick Hagar + Editor, Tammy Kull, Brent Magers. Top row: Jim Andrews, Chris Sexton Alan plug-.. argl! ,f 158 OPTIMIST IQCC KACC is the ACU radio station based in McKenzie. KACC airs music and news daily. Student DJ's broad- cast news, band rock, religious music, and country and western music within their 18 hour day. They have 70 students working on the station. The station can only be heard on campus. KACC ran contests with the prizes ranging from records to pizzas. Doug Nash was the student Program director and Jeff Warr was the faculty advisor. L- -5 "li" 'I X MSH5 , l KACC 1 59 STUDENT IRESS ASOCINION The Student Press Association pur- chased drafting tables for the use of the PRICKLY PEAR and OPTIMIST staffs. Members of STUDENT PRESS are: Cl-rj seated: Merry Christian, Laure Guyer, Kathi Curtis, Rick Hagar -- executive council, Marcy l-looten, Toni Parham, Debbie Marsh, Suzanne Ward, Darla Ball, Debbie Brown, Karen Alewine - secretary, Betty Wright. Standing Cl-rj: Mark Flippin - vice-president, Brent Magers, Marquita Stearman, Karen Cox, Bill Roberts, Bryan Brown, Doug Danley, Brent Stutzman - treasurer, Sandy Jones - executive council, Cheryl Mann - president, April Bankes, David Campbell, Debbie Dabbs, Kent Hunter, Tammy Kull, Lia Wood, Tim Williamson. 160 STUDENT PRESS ASSOCIATION Z is . The SPA produces the Hello Book or student telephone directory for the school. A fall and spring publication are produced. Opposite page left is: Brent Stutzman pasting up the OPTIMIST. This page above left is: Lynn Sim- mons. Below are: Mark Flippin and Toni Par- ham. STUDENT PRESS ASSOCIATION - 161 .-, r L-aux JO "' al? 4+"Tnf,.4.. t'f,'v ' ZW.- ,,,4. ay ,. 1 I., . . .:k3fgy3+H' 162 - PRICKLY PEAR at ,sf I-, -:B 'IHE IRICKLY PE4R Pictured Cl-rj, standing: Sandy Jones, editor-in-chief, Randy Godfrey, Mar- quita Stearman, David Johnson Csit- tingj, Debbie Dabbs, Karen Cox. Sec- ond row: Lia Wood, Laure Guyer, Sara Hufstedler, Cindi Linn, Kent Hunter Cin windowsj. Next row: Betty Wright, Kathi Curtis, Gayla Campbell. On top: Lynn Simmons, Toni Parham, Kathryn Thompson, Dean Linder, sponsor, Suzanne Ward, Jimmy Mavroulis, Steve Green, Mark Flippin. In win- dows: Doug Danley, Rick Hastings, Vin Maddux, Tim Williamson. This page below: Tina Wells. Bottom photo: Sandy Jones, Reggie Howell, Tim Williamson. X 'SSP' ..,.-N15 - ia, PFZICKLY PEAR - 163 63 V Q Lf ,414 9 5 , PS E AIHLETICS fl .'TN -'TN J 1 f 'Qi K 'F iff JP? 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I- L 'I1 ,1 1 .Jw ,: 41-1111, -1a,g'1,. -.- 1, 31 - 1 w 11-11.-.gf -v - Wh 1 "1 Q. -"f .fl ,-ug -f 4753, ,,.,A,-11-f. 1 -- ., E , , 351, ,jvgl TTI 'f'Ca,.1a1 v29'FTiWw11 "M 111: 'ul 1 ,-M 'EZ LP' 1 " 3' 1, I '111mi'?5,1"F- ,aj A':7fE.1i5 -1 giiffWq-f- my Q. 1.5,-W1w.1,..1'f '11' -1 1 '-H: , 1' J .11Q5if1." ' ...1'1' '3 H " -fi 'I' sf'1.1a1'LJ.-Wt'-,3'Tf:f-nt' 1. "kg ji rf.,-H" ,.Li.me. -1 121 1'J.u2 n. ','1:.14Lg1g,4,3i1Q. Lljigkgfgfgri Exes Watch As Cats Ax Loboes Wide receiver Johnny Perkins turned in a near-record performance, but it wasn't enough as East Texas State beat the Cats, 20-18, in Com- merce. ETSU held off a late Wildcat rally to preserve the victory. A large homecoming crowd was on hand to see the Cats defeat the Loboes from Sul Ross. The final score was 49-14, leaving the Cats' record at 3-3. Angelo State blocked a short field goal attempt with tive seconds left to salvage a 17-17 tie in that contest. Hubert Pickett had his third outstand- ing game in a row, but the Wildcats still had to settle for the tie. Team picture fpage 1653 Front row fl-rj B Shipley. B. Steven- son, J. Perkins. W. Montgomery. J. O'NeaI. Pl. Cunsford. S Raf- liff. G Labharl, Fl. McMullin. C. Montgomery. D. Phipps. G. Ftagle. B Strader. J. lsom. H. Nutall, J. Reeves. D Woods. fman- agerh. Coach Bullington. 2nd row: S. Powers, G. Washington, R. Nunez, R Carroll. D. Wright, B. Tydings. J. Mays. J. Marlin, H. Plckell. J. Usrey, C, Sitton, L Polnick. C, Owens. M Mccurley. J. Lawrence, J. Reese. l. O'Bryanl. Pl. Barcroll Qmanagerl. 3rd row' Coach Owens, Coach Smith, B. Dunagan. M Lively. T. Lawler. D McClendon, D. Harrison, H Curry. H. Curry. G. Slirman. G. Stirman. M. Condra. R. Spencer, D. Low, G l-lisler. Pl. Ward. D. Dui'ir1e1.D Hunt. H. Watkins. 41h row: D. Knillen. J. Crow, Coach Siflon. Coach Wilson. J. D. Newman. C. Lawson. Fl. Crosier. K. McLeod, G Moore, K. Jones, L Becker, J. Sellers, S. Powers. G. Lawrence. I ,x 'L -vi' ,..,-e U T14 170 FOOTBALL Southwest Texas State used a strong rushing game and a lackluster Wildcat effort to gain a 21-16 Lone Star Conference victory in San Mar- cos. The loss all but eliminated any title hopes for the Cats. Busted plays, missed tackles and general frustration marked this game. It was obvious the Team was still thinking back to Texas A8tl. Injuries to both Cleo and Wilbert Montgomery darkened a win over Ste- phen F. Austin, but ACU completely dominated the game as they won 24-3. FOOTBALL . gk fan 1' was k .3 if-fifw, 'Q 15 ' ll I 49 M15 :TN .. 5 in , Av. YJ- ..., J--':f.5..I.v-I 'T ,. '21 N -1- 4-ff.-'-J' 11.522 . - 3 H s- 'dell' "5 - . Cats Finish Strong in Conference Wilbert Montgomery had his best game of the year, rushing for 213 yards, as ACU beat winless Tarleton 35-21 . The Cats had over 600 yards in total offense. The game ended on a sad note, however, as Greg Stirman went down with a knee injury, ending his career at ACU. ln another conference game ACU built up an unbelievable 41-O halftime lead, then coasted to a 55-20 win over Sam Houston. The win left the Cats with a 5-3-1 record. ACU saved the best for last, crush- ing rival Howard Payne 45-14. The game was never in doubt, and left fans feeling very optimistic about things to come. The Cats finished the year 6-3-1, including smashing victories in the last three contests. Many believed that had the Cats been able to pull out the 24- -f-qg, - 21 loss to ASI, a national champion- ship would have been in reach. The Wildcats have a solid bunch returning for another run at the championship in 1976. FOOTBALL 1 74 - BASKETBALL Youth Plagues Wildcat Cagers The 1975-76 Wildcat basketball team began the season with much to prove. With Jeremiah James as the team's only senior, the fans viewed the Cats with a skeptical eye. Doubt soon turned to loud approval as the young team vvon seven of their first nine games. Coach Willard Tate was pleased with the 7-3 pre-conference record, especially considering that the young Cats often took the floor with three freshmen and two sophomores. 1' T U wx fi' BUT JS .4- ..i -3 .3 .l.. was , u M ' ' T1 8-1-,x' - IT .. . .--- , 21:34 ' , 1 5.7.5 ' E? . ,.,-, f Q 4 D 3 . 2 H 91A 1 MWiQ'f it 1 L, . "BH-4 LLM? my J5- xv liru V A ,, il ? Nm..,,, .,. no L Jiffy '5' W1 fit? 7'Q1Q21 'C ' 'UXQZ A 1 - .J I -f E4 4,1 N 4 'V 5525 " x 'F' - .21-pk-- ffaw A' '40 ,, - HUHE 'Z E E mat so TEAH PLHEH 'I Fmll -H 1 'S 3 Q -1 pi. E135 P ,A , T' 1 1' '?a9i'i' 'fur A . aff- Q . xl J N3 J A-5 f YC. ' Q MX 55 -Jr' f 4 rVf""5 . 111 I N ' L. rf K w L .I+ l 3.11 H, 'Q Tl L ' I E:-i. fi-4 Q, ,Q y, if.- ACU charged into LSC west zone action with an early 76-74 win over Sul Floss. The Cats then lost four straight, with turnovers and rebounding their major problems. Although the team was 1-4 in con- ference action, they still had a shot at the playoffs. Team members pictured clockwise from page 177 are: Jeremiah James, Kim Younkin, Walter Dawkins, Bruce Massey, Dennis Stanka, Coach Tate, Odis Dolton, Rodney Fedell, Martin Gohlke, Kevin Keeling, Dave Merrill. 178 BASKETBALL 'B- Wildcats Fall in LSC Playoffs ACU qualified for playoff action with a 61-58 win over Tarleton. Dave Merrill scored 23 points and hauled in 12 rebounds in that contest. The LSC playoffs proved to be more than the Cats could handle as they lost their first two games in the double elimination tournament. Howard Payne downed unbeaten East Texas State on the Jackets' home floor to gain the conference championship. Although the Cats had trouble in the won-loss column, they did gain con- ference recognition through the efforts of a few individuals. Merrill ranked high in the scoring honors with a consistent 20-point average. Odis Dolton was the league's leading rebounder with 10.9 rebounds per game. BASKETBALL 180 BASKETBALL Pictured right: Dave Merrill. Pictured below left: Kim Yunkin and Dave Merrill. Pictured bottom: Flex Spain. Opposite page, pictured top left: Jere- miah James. Pictured right: Dave Merrill, Walter Dawkins and Rex Spain. Pictured bottom left: Martin Gohlke, Walter Dawkins and Odis Dolton. ,. .,...'4-'v- - ' l lim ,, 11" -"........... Q- gr 51. l ' -fg W' 'L BASKETBALL - 181 7 3 - 4 5-,E .J .,, Suu ' Ca+s Finish Second in LSC An improved ACU men's track team believed to be the school's best in several years, ran into problems at the LSC meet at Nacogdoohes in April and had to settle for a second place finish behind Angelo State. we ka. -fa ,dl ,A-A., "7-my AL' "J . 2.- r, - 'V' -4 vga eww, ,vi 54' Hi .. 3- -W" jf . ,f - -I' '-, ,gt 1 vi' ll-av-.P L g- .,- .ms-Q-Y - -1-- -if AQ ,gwyi-4 . uh T, , vii' -A -- --f-9'?"ii, .irfeg , - - lzuff QA' '-'-'Fglrl-14. - ' ,gg?.Y4-.1v,- +77 L'--3+ -. -. -' M ,F -16 vg-ci. -1.2-T.- .-5. 3 4 -,.- . ,f'4'g,.,, -- ,1a..Q.",, . fgtg, .1-.: - .-"jp: Q Y A -045' 12'-Q? xl' ' ' -' A "' 1. -1, .. l. Q . 'M -,M w" :ti -1."""""' Te' T - " if M ?, ul? 5:1 fi:-.4 Y 1,23 QQ., O- qs-5. R ' -c-'xjgny-Lg: -1- - 55-.-A j- - ,j""-..Yyf. f k i in S'-L""-.'+,1-'w-11..??vr1 " 1 r .' 2- ' .. ' .- " 5A'14'-"' 'Fx 4- -'f'5" 1 '7 M ' -""f..-'E8'1':-,rrliex .- -asf -,- fy L ' ng-an-V .. . "-X.. Y' in V5 - .-,r:7f51:1',.,f f Q," 1,- Q- x- . , L?-1, 1. z V :KQV--Q ' 'Jf 'Lf"e"':'- "5 1, ' H ' 2- A --vp --g ,- . . : -cr " 1, ., -5 -5 .' 1. ' - - - xi, ',- 2 . " L frffltzr.-e -f f- . ..-- . -- , Q - - . . - ,. -f -L--- -,- " - - , Q 182 - TRACK df QQ . .-L ,,,q.,.,1,' . ,1,,gfg8Jtf::.f --' 2' .t-f ' . g A -DLL... -eww . ..-34-h--. I " vizsx - 4 ,,4.,q.. F' ' Qf. T ,,,1.f,-gvn., .X Ld., ,ry-,gulf TRACK - 183 ACU Wins X 'J at Laredo: 'Sugar' Breaks School Record In their third year under Coach Don Smith, the Cats won team victories at the Border Olympics at Laredo and the Howard Payne Invitational. Much of the team's success was attributed to newcomers this year. Bill Cork and Randy Baker scored numer- ous points in the 220 and 440. Along with Billy Nelson and Calvin Satberry, they formed a mile relay team that was undefeated until the Texas Relays. Cork was also the conference champion in the high jump with a leap of 6-8. The team's most outstanding indi- vidual perlormer, however, may have been Carl "Sugar" Williams, a fresh- man. ln a four-way meet here in March, he long jumped 25-5, breaking a school record which had stood for more than a decade. 1 84 TRACK I i , "" """6"'5'- 3 L at .V fn J ,Q ' qi. 1 lair W T1 WJ 4 I -J 1' ,A A ., f 5" l 'lff'55'f- ' 1frjiE'Ei'liif',."f5h"""L ?'5LT ri2Q3'gfffi'1f' ' - 5 ,lg .. . g-i.-al--5-'31--' :j7'11':-xl: -A-'Q -.i,-w::-gn,-.fr- --..-'r , H , ., -E .F L"--4711 1 F-' T'-I ','.fr.4,-'- f ' qfif,-ii .-H .,e 'rl 1, i-ms, . .- .5 J ,,Y .. ..f'1 4 1-. .,,.,,,qr,4x,1 A, ., .-4. ,. r,, ,i,ulT,L,,r'1,, Jr,L,.., ,, 1, 1 ,.2-iw-ez-'--f"lif'f1.-l.- -A - gal-,,:. Ww:'vf sly' ,..' -fa..g31'f..4.i 'M' 'nf-: ..'m.ve+eF5J,:i-,A - , ' ' ' ,Ii-, 'lil -.mf ':flQl3f-:.i5ikf,ll1l,Q'l li'.',f'E -' ,,.':fllgL"f,,,Xif 5.17 -ii? Z. 2 - W' .1 L: N lg. 'M ' 'il , , j,"1'i li, ily! 'f' Wlflzlf l 1. . "E lil 'rilnrg ' W' ld' 'gm' "W 'n,li"lf1.' v W i H X, ' l 'll' w fm J 2 .L f . X' .- ll is " ' "" ' 1' 'V E? - Wifi. 'fr ' . T ff,-il 4 w-,:-,-.lf ,-1.- 1 -5- f.- V .f -',' A... I ' , , 1 .'. V: -,tv ' ,gf-A, Q., , ,, -Qi -f-:I nl , 543 l-H lsr, . . 'Q.:1ff?.f1i- f. . bg 'P' , A ' ' "l r 'Q 'W' IQG -1 Pictured above, back row fl-rj: Stuart Hall, "Sugar" Williams, Jim Reeves, Randy Rea, Jimmy Doyle, Randy Baker, Dennis Faulkner. Middle row: ' Boy Carrol, Larry Norris, Billy Nelson, Mike Vermillion, David Elswood, Calvin Satberry, Gary Wells. Kneeling: Coach Don Smith, Floyd Wilson, Glen How- ard, Bill Cork, Joe Bell, Bay Walker, Stacy Villines, mgr. Left: "Sugar" Williams. TRACK 185 Team Relies on Proven Vets The Cats also relied on the steady performances of several veterans. Joe Bell, Glen Howard and Randy Rea continued to produce points in the field events, while sophomores Jim Reeves and Gary Wells established themselves as solid competitors in the distances. Although Rea's senior season wasn't as spectacular as he hoped it would be, he left ACU in 1976 with his school record of 6-11 in the high jump still intact. Pictured: Jim Reeves. 186 TRACK :wi fs Taaedgsn U.- WV - :rf- is.. -sf-1wz':- 1 . -. nllj, '151 'g X 'f"11'i-, 1 asv- .1 ,- ' 354- ul ' A . l- A , ' 4 'f b .4 . ri'-1. r., r, 5- I if... nxw5v"A. 4 ,url . L ,--47. 41 ..- .AQ . 45151 2. .Ju ,Q..hf' ,,,.. ., . . f 3-' A A A X ' NJ 1f'q?22-532255 -fc,4gZ::ig ...e1:.3 -2 .- .gl ., . - . ' 1. " ' "'-.gf"f5:lY,tfTf??Q1yl . - ,f .. , X. . - ,"'f.:.,1:'-'J V - ., ,,. ,. . ,,..g44- Q ' ma -A P .'-11' ' 'A if ' 'Jf3l?f..Aa7E.'1:f 5, ..L . I ' . ""' 'Q ggqlm 1'L.fr- -wwew .,q,-- ,pew 134, Q -d!9:lt:,f:,f5,rfy!lI',EP'f,-,.- ,. . ' 'f P " "Mf'fvff2i.:E.2..z+3'9-,"11- f " '.Q5,,e1'fwHY'G11: 3 '- .- . H,-' ,-.'-:fix -- -1 Z 'Y I - " ' ' " " " ' ' - ' N 'e fl 1, l.-' .-l-RL ' .3f.,11d:J,1L'-'Ffa' f",.'lEf-f',, .':L.'L3,w'-7 arg EggglgxL--"'4'F?'1,Lf4ff: l ' ff'i'li'i'5Q-Afqtcil'-ZN"" -: e . ' . 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I , -1 ,N-ll If ' - Q Q QQ 1 'V M .,'j',-1-'v7.4,,,.44n-umvw.,x H - Q., I Y 1 b, , - 1 , ,, . .r .' ,, , , - -YS v In .+- ' ' A '33 Vwldcats pictured above: Billy Nelson and Ray Walker. Left: Gary Wells. TRACK- 187 Inexperience Hampers Wins ACU was 8-29 for the baseball sea- son under new coach Mike Marshall. The Wildcats were hampered by a tough schedule and a young pitching staff. The Wildcats were O-7 against Lub- bock Christian and O-4 against Sam Houston, two of the top NAIA teams in the nation. Three freshmen, Jeff Ammerman, Larry Martindale and Ernest Guajardo combined to pitch seven of the eight victories. Pictured below left to right, bottom row: Bill Whitaker, Wayne Stewart, Vic- tor Garcia, Kevin Tooley, Brady Brash- ear, Brent Wells, Larry Mortindale. Second row: Ernest Gajarda, Jeff Ammerman, Bay Nunez, Richard Holt, Steve Kennedy, Boy Churchill, Butch Schultz, Mark Cowan. Third row: Joe Delgado, Danny Vitale, Bod Alan LaKath, Otis Dalton, Dwyane Pruitt, Reid Huffman, Tommy Hamilton, Randy Overall, and Coach Mike Mar- shall. 1 88 BASEBALL ., A-2,5 Abilene Reporter News Photo Bill Whitaker, senior third baseman won the seventh annual Britt Paty Memorial award as this seasons top hitter. This is the second year that he has won the award. BASEBALL Roy Churchill, centerfielder, won the Tommy Knight Memorial Award as the team's top leader. Fteid Huffman led the team with five home runs and 56 total bases. He ended this year with career records in runs scored, base hits, triples, home runs, total bases and stolen bases. 1 90 BASEBALL -pa-, ,.'-X , H :Q1v5'55f-'1 - '73 X., - 0.431 .1 ' -f 5. . , . 7 fH.f ru HfHq4 f 'Y ya-,I ,nf 'L fi' -:TW ' QL5'Ff Eijh' hx ' A .T ft if W, 12 .ww nav -. '45 s ' 4 . . . QM F- Y'Wl ,vfgg A- . A-C, I, ' ' fx- -gilwwz 1. ' ci- LL A ' Q. 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Second row: Bryan Fowlkes, Mark Bell, Ricky Bruce, and David Watlington. Members of the girI's team are Cl-rj: Kay Douglas, Patti Bynum, Connie Tannich, Paula Holland, Rhonda Hart, Anna Ferguson, and Chris Childs. Below right is Keigm Lanham. 194 TENNIS 1 af rfb! Y 5 Hiillar. i 1 1- . 4. . I 1' 1 v i a .Q 0 9 1 rl F 5 A 1 - g i n 1 f J if r D c ' ' ' 3 2' ' b A P ' ' .--" i -1 S' 1 v r , , , u f 1 TENNIS - 195 I '.4b , X I , x If ,,. 11, 54 :ll a ' " v A E , g 196-TENNIS ACU repeated its fourth place finish in Lone Star Conference Standings. Under the direction of Coach Cleddy Varner they scored 30 points in team tournament play. Andy Joiner lead ACU with a 16-6 singles record and advanced to the LSC semi-finals. The vvomen's team of Tannich-Fergu- son won the consolation champion- ship of the TAIAW west zone tourna- ment. TENNIS X W "aw mm. W , I i . 5 .. ' '-V-1. . m. --... -.,. vwwwmt "1 4. S .Jn Q 6 K .xl .-"' VM-1. 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WAWW I Mmivg. ., .,,- . 4:1 " If K' ww A W . , , I K mu M, rr ,,,,,4- wt - ' ' ?Lb",h:r'2' -I 431 . .9--0-N A .. 1 ,Q ,. . . . 171'---2" 1, 3, , . -. W f 'tg .- , ' ' ' ' x 4 .. V.. f, .-use: v, .. I 4' '. , . .15 - - '.-f ,W L ., -rvm,,g,z,4',,,,,. BQ-- - - . ,,,'-wxj,r'fg. , --,. .3 ,F N . ' 1 - 7.4 ' J ' 'gig ' Qui, V J- . jj, . A A .., :A Z I -' 7" .Q ' Vu, ' ' W zu, T am... . . " ' " - ' F' 1"'4.'f A-:L Ik ' ,. B A- ,, .kfgn -.1-,.-13:1 1 " -3- V f--f, '1-"'.'l'-' .. f. ,.... ' ' 7. , - ac- ffl ff:-4 E' ' .Q .av , .vw , , :- ' '. -, ' " ' " "V 4'.'!'- H ' ,H ,-W--.":.f'7'3"Q N I, H ,' - Q 'f.A' I 'N ' , -1 w.- ' -n.,n .. - f 'YA 200 - GOLF .JH X 4 - 1 ur ' fb-4 ,-4 f - 46 Carpenter: "We Had a Successful Season" 1976 marked the first year for ACU golf coach George Carpenter and the last one for seniors Mac Brockman and Art Humphries. Brockman finished his collegiate career as the team's top finisher at the final LSC tournament at Nacogdoches on April 26 and 27. Pictured left to right are: Mao Brock- man, Bob Packer, Dennis Lewis, Art Humphries. Back row: Coach Carpen- ter, Glenn Smith, Reggie Howell, Vern Spurlook, .Jeff Stanton. Below left is: Alan Austin putting. Kyle Peck below right is teeing off. GOLF 201 Golfers Finish Fourth in LSC ACU took fourth place in the Lone Star Conference with a team total of 1815 strokes for the 1976 season. Early in March the team vvon the Abi- lene intercollegiate Tournament, and then entered a series of conference tournaments. Junior Glenn Smith vvon medalist honors at the Abilene Tour- ney and played a major role in confer- ence competition. 202 GOLF .17 :r ,I :Liv 2,3 Q ' -' 4, .. ' rl?-f'v",.. "",h'Iu.Q Q , .v : Q nlezf' '--Y , - .Lupe .n..4, .. ., - .".4.:4w.a..ag:. Q Q 4 fu' . .,q. 4 .. -N- L l .,,, ""'S amewwwWf"f3'V'S 7""" md- ,""'8+ 'i .ff-'I f. M,-vu 204 -WOMEN S VOLLEYBALL 'L LLL L41 4, ua GW Q 1 n 1 I 1- A V f xl Women Reach Tourney Semis The 1975 Wildcat volleyball team, coached by Dr. Joyce Curtis and Gene Hudson finished the season with the best ACU record to date, 15-14. Members of the team were: Coppo- site page, lower leftj Kathy English, Marcelia Arnold, Jamie Jones, Diana Hall, Debbie Welborn, and Sue Jane Sullivan. Second row: Jayann Pitcher, Patti McCorathy, Jo Ann Keyes, Kathy Williams, Susan Arnold, Roxann Aaron, Carla Willis, and Jana Thomas. The Wildcats, played in the West Zone Tournament and won two games before falling to Texas Tech inthe semi-finals, 15-O. Wildkittensz Victory Season The Wildkitten basketball team had an outstanding season, both indivi- dualistically and as a team. Gene Hud- son was the girl's assistant coach along with Dr. Curtis. Because of their season perform- ance, the team was chosen as one ot the wildcard teams to compete in Nacogdoohes for the championship. They finished fourth in zone competi- tion. The top scorers were Teresa Bubart, Phyllis Best and Melissa Gib- son. Pictured left to right are: Liz Murphy, Teresa Bubart, Janie Kaye Jones, Cindy Moore, Patti McConathy, Janet Fails, Phyllis Best, Beinette Mergan, Melissa Gibson. Q fl 206 WOM EN'S BASKETBALL U if 1 WOMENS BASKETBALL - 207 Cats Qualify Nine for State Nine members of ACU's first inter- collegiate womens track team qualified for statewide competition at College Station in May. The qualifying performances came at the west zone meet of the Texas Association of Intercollegiate Athletics for Women, held at Lubbock on April 30. Pictured right, sitting Cl-rj: Kim Mallory, Gail Mabrey, Cell Braden. Kneeling: Beinette Morgan, Tanya Webb, Sandy Goff, Christie Clark, Cindy Ewing. Standing: Sandra Guajardo, Marcelia Arnold, Leanne Mahoney, Francis Stodges, Jeannine Barnett, Addie Felts. Below: Cindy Ewing and Tanya Webb. I -ur -f 1 if ,42- .Ill- QB , 1..n.. .v. ,,,.,,, 1.1.1-ll - cs U q un 1 Q ri. .4 , 1 ' ' If '71 ' '7 ' - aux A - f ' . 1 34 , 4, I W - 1 - F Q 1,4 , ij W 1 F-mai ,J VT l, V .us--if f, W A 1 X, gi- ' ,- 4 .Q L V' -, , l In wi 1, ',' "1ilgg"45-, 5 . ici, '-4.-1-., .1--vi.:- 1 1 '13 - I ,gf I, 5 ' 4 , ' -' -, x -HU? ff' V V., f- .. . ,auf ' tl'-,,u,irZ1gi,S 1, 2 ,inf : f ' 'ri' -lfffi' 2 -C' if-H--"" " " -gy? u1LE?.gi'1i'A 1 ,x "---- --.. ,nuvfwuggu-gr.. " I JL .3 ,. , ' V 0 ,"l?1 " I 12 X B A g- :rr " " t - A ' --2--- -- 208 WOMENS TRACK 3' ,--,.,, f. , M na. ,,--44-3. - C -4- .PWSLII-:4 -V ' 4. 'N Q 7 f 'Mif- 0 .w,,.. s 4 1 5 fr 11 .,v-1' Y lu 'tv- 'X' 'I . . at ' Those qualifying for state TAIAW competition were: Fleinette Morgan, javeling Cindy Ewing, high jump, 100- meter hurdles, 220, 440 relay, mile relay, Gail Mabrey, 100-meter hurdles, 440 relay, Ceil Braden, 3 mile, 2 mileg Kim Mallory, 3 mile: Marcella Arnold, 440, mile relay, Christi Clark, 100, 440 relay, mile relay, Leanne Mahoney, 880, mile relay, Frances Stokes, 440 relay. Cell Braden won state in the 3 mile with a time of 17:47.09 and qualified for national competition in that event. Pictured left: Leanne Mahoney. WOMENS TRACK 209 Au .ffifg ,f 1 i , V '1' ' Q Ge l mf I .Y I x'f9fEg, "iff - Em It ' ., 42:1 ' ""'W714fiff-f f, X , , 4 1' ' Qtygsliga K 1 ihlll llili lNl"' ,Q ' vp.: Q . ' fffa' ' 7 BASKETBALL ACU Opponent 86 94 82 80 87 88 101 76 82 79 64 75 81 75 71 54 75 64 63 57 1 O3 105 84 87 77 73 80 88 72 88 78 85 76 74 75 91 61 58 72 70 70 71 104 83 58 53 77 85 68 70 79 87 LSC 210 - sPoRTs LEDGER Wayland Baptist Oklahoma Christian USA Oklahoma Northwest Oklahoma Howard Payne Southwest Texas Texas Wesleyan St. Edwards USA Oklahoma Texas Lutheran Texas Lutheran Sam Houstont' S. F. Austint' Southwest Texas '1' S. F. Austint' Texas A 8t li' Sul Rosst East Texas 'Z' Tarletoni' Howard Paynet' Angelo State 't' Sul Rossi' Tarletont' Howard Paynett Angelo Statet' Southwest Texas 'l' 1' ACU Troy State 34 A St l 21 SWTS 16 Stephen F. Austin 24 ETSU 1 8 Sul Ross 40 Angelo State 17 Tarleton 35 SHSU 55 Howard Payne 45 Ilulllvf ft M 41 I N 5.1 Z 7 I X "1 9 1' if? '-'till' i JW" I ' DIIQQJ ff: L 5 N -t 1 1 Q' f ,Q 9 tl fff , ' yi A-fi it lt it! iw FOOTBALL Opponent 7 24 21 3 20 14 17 21 20 14 TRACK ACU Meet tie 14th NAIA indoor first ACU invitational first Border Olympics second Wildcat relays second ACU invitational l Texas Tech Relays 8th McMurray invitational 1 Texas Relaysati first Howard Payne Kansas relaysit second Lone Star Conference no team points kept it xl BASEBALL Opponent 1 1 8 1 8 3 9 3 4 8 9 6 7 6 12 7 LCC LCC LCC Southwestern Southwestern Texas A 8t M Texas A 8 M H-SU UTEP UTEP Kearney North Texas LCC LCC Central Michigan 44" 8 Central Michigan 11 LCC 7 LCC 3 512122 ACU Opponent 5 Texas Tech 3 1 6 Texas Tech 9 H-su 3 3 H-SU 9 1 H-SU O 3 Southwestern 1 2 Southwestern 9 5 Southwestern 1 4 Texas Tech 4 1 O Texas Tech 3 9 Sam Houston O 5 Sam Houstonii 6 12 Sarn Houston 4 8 Sam Houstonit 2 8 H-SU O 1 H-SU 6 A 2 ? , f 3 W, E WMQV I, GOLF it ,X Acu MEET V .AQ . sg, ' ff? first city triangular A If second Western Texas dual - I 8th Sam Houston invitational h 0-'gil first Abilene Intercollegiate tim if 1,335 1 7th Huntsville LSCi' -4 6,153.5 ,gli 16th S. F. Austin invitational l ' 'W -It mira Abilene Lsc 4:r2fff ' tie forthird Brownwood LSC 41311: X. lla! first McMurray dual I ' WMM farm Nacogdoches Lsc we 'P l,l',. -V fqll f itt, 'b li-Lvl tri" ' an af- 1 .l X if dm' J , 'I , ' rr it i,:fpll'll" wx QQ QMM QI, TENNIS Austin College H-SU Southwestern Central Texas TCU Southwestern Midwestern TCU Angelo Statet' Texas Wesleyan Sam Houstoni' Stephen F. Austint' H-SU East Texast Texas Wesleyan Midwestern Southwest Texas Texas A St lit' Angelo State cigyff-w , 52 , - 1 'f' 'J ' sg is Liqxm Hes,-L 4 N ' i I lg. . ff' ,HCC ff' 21' P , 5 , fs- If .m , , fit, "Wag 'HX t f I , 1 L' Ni N 3 U f i 4 SPOBTSLEDGEB F, 1' A 5 f ,,,, 7, 1, ,V L- fun idx .11 :di ' GT..-f"'fas M-me - is-.rw ii 'g gg, "zxQ3.asz4w ii - ii ii iiheifhflmdvss diisaied fo win the: intramural gfbotball chfffipion- ship for'1975. It marked the second consecutive year that an auxiliary team the overalltltle. gg i chailion was liflabee Northffollowed by Wlabee West in sec- ond place. The Subbers beat Galaxy for first C'HlQaQQM?'0r'- aiwgiziiben defeatedi North in the club-dorrn play- off. The Professionals finished second behindryihe Hotdogsiin auxiliary ycom- ipetitidiili l iill - it if L 1 3 '--'.-1-1 11.1 1 1 l . 3 M-s v-...J Q, xc '1 9525? 4-..' nv. , , . 'V-an 31' luv. -v..v 1 11 1 11 11 ff 1 1 if 11 2 2 2 N 11 ,, N,,,,,, 1 11 1 U1 ,s, '- ,g5'- I fx Gag., I 5, ,P..' ' r 'vi 1 ,H '.-J-'LF' '1 W BP 'Lbftq A,--" 19 1' 1 'JJ v. vi? 1 1 1 -1 111 wi Q Q 11 11 1 U 11 11 1 111 11 Q-.1 ---A 11 GC 11 1 1 1 X 1 11 fl. 1 111 1 2 111 M 1 1 3 P 1 1 1 11 111 K 1 INTHAMURALS - 213 4 ff M f 1. W n mg-- efiee 2 -5 ew 'W :femme ' 1' A Dqfaw won pionship over Mebee West by three points. Quick f-Draw, beet Fratemo win the Ragnots were seeond, followed by the Ham rgers' M :t N. ff, M' ' 133,142,215 - 214 - INTRAMURALSH lg . ef , :H si W 52' if f Jug. 'Qlfi .f 54" Kr f S, ,X fu IP . in 1 -r 'X L 1 'Q 6 W. v B Ffa." - -'Q V1 3:-. .. Tfl ,Z-2 :T-f Yfg -A . .wegr--,fA:,5 ,L g- 5 K -r r' uf. X, 'i wif' :av ,T H ma M., qv, z-li ,.-W" 5. x ai-2 U - s I ,. E, . ,qi U l i QQ I. D '-in ff' 4 ,g'-,, 1' 'W' wb 1 Q ,. ' 'Q ., i 1: 5, J P' A '? IJ 1-aim INTRAMURALS-215 gm ss " l: 5wv'is21Q2 IK: my 3 QA :K V ' 41 W 111 wg: - asa.. E ig H kmiiifiig? HHH 3 'a P? uw uw : nigga.. mu H1"'5'.Q H gvzimzg ,w':-fniiil M "zz wx wvv rm FPS?-infill" , sig 'Enix H 'H H ,a 1 g d, g, M?-?f',g-Q H 5 M, in . H M e X 'Z'if343 A W H wigs-wwf Qu, ssc? 5 uf M V! " wg lvzssfzsawu X M W H N H H fm A 1, in H H H -x53wwfm?iiiiee 1135 "' H Egg W , , Ugg 11 mu fy 5' N H MuHu1H! H H mx Hu x-.-- ,M ,w uw H -. my-11, N nf ' 'M J' "Xu V'MW:x1' H iff.. ...C f W' Ak"AL '1a'sQ X f a H Wea H f,, . ,. L iii, NQEM.. mi! H 1 'T " H 5. M H W? ' "H,,"QTls2iifwMl11,,, """"?5f2fffL, N N F "k mm, H 1.1 si ig W 422352532513 M iissiieszgfffz 535 9' aww 5 ,qu H2 H X ' H . 2223515535: M: 5 H.. W. X. H ju W. ww HH x "kk H H "wg'1es,is215,rf:X51,.3 x ' N HW M N' M Y.: , yu T 3 R ssiiififi af? , ami N M-W H Hsmi J M X mm :H 5 . 'HH 'HM N W my E1 N as E 'I H! 216 INTRAMURALS ,yah 4311 is '-V ,V px aff, lg 'agr . H H Q w ?1,,,m , ,. 5 . ,, me M Hg? l l W n ' H '? ,ge r':T,,t 4, j Qrgxm- Qu Mg! init .lg ll Q-'fm ll we E Ng' ll ll j The intramural swim meet title Went togylnsmem Sflgyardlllput- tetrtly and the 50 yard brefist stroke. Wllgj, the onlyoauxlllgry teem eriterecififn thef meetlplaceitl second with wins in both the 100 free andsthe 256 freearaoesf. Gliaxy plieed fliird while the only dorm team entered lplecedflllh-1MQPeeWGS1' 5 E 5 A ,nl ' gg, f 74 l- l WH ll ll " ll Q t E A , 'Ht 5, 3 1 ga vwq. . .,, " 1 emu? W , Y 11- H1 -. : : :5.:5::: " H' " vu mr V "' Wm ' sl-it . 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X' Galaxy won the club divisiop track tneef fer it? meeeend theta Ch' Won hoiilors inmthe women's division. The auxiliary team, Go-Rillas vgon the meeginononiis y hagpg theilpighest Eoint total overall. 1 S fi' we fe h .:f4fi'Q,: 'l',,l"-mf, 'G ,, - Q v V.. eff? ' ,df I " 'bd ,l ' club wiiigef B Sport l Football Sub-T I' Basketball Frats Softball Trojans Waterball Galaxy Tennis 'Golf g Frats Track Q Galaxy Swimming Kinsmen Miniature Golt Galaxy ,D Racquetball Badminton Ki'nsi'nen"'i" Cross-Country Kinsmen ' Table Tennis F rats Bowling Galaxy ' Volleyball Galaxy Handball Galaxy 220 '.Ql,4"" .,.f -K it it was if..,'q,4 ,X M is. -,,, A.-V wg, ,J ' .N -. - ' fl 'B ' at 75?r?7gl7"'19f N 4' V f' 'H' 'TWT lf- ' , g.1.a,,f.,,.4ff-Aff F" ' " ,1 nu' W I . ,.iz,1afjg'jf,.I'f v-atv Q F . nw-. , , it .rw 1. , o -- A . ,, T 1 - A-:it AMURAL LEDGE'F?""H 5'-.Zhu ,,,,,--- : ,lm I N. 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Mp r w, f. ij ,rr -, A ,gl pf 4 L+., ' f - - ' 7763? 44-g.jE,'3?if'1'.'f ?F'5.ff1egH6" ' A ff'-T H' 1-,?il'w:.,d5g413lfi4'r'v4Q 'iffagg Vx-.qg k V Q: ,QR "1:.g' 1, lf5': ' 192: 4 -,uf':gknm f ' " " . ,"?',3g,:lfl,- 1'-:' ., ,ff , qi ' 2 'T-'gh-G--J L'di'egQ'-X'JivTT1',fE'5A f-1 ' - , J ve-Sv" W-gf -- J"'- 'FTF' -F5 "12H'F,m-'Hx 15 ' 1 Jfffl ff - J' -'-'r'.. C , ,nn . qu .. ,, .. S , .. ,lv W- f.g,g,..,.w, - A y A ,L '51-1.f"?w ' ,fn-,il-, '. Fw" "-"rdf" H NS' 1 A, vp, gl.: Q -,,.l.ls X ' - - 1 ' AWN'-N'3".. 'Sum A s -.-'- 'typ 4 A '-3:11 . 5 ,,, . -N -:V 215'-"V-'1' A . .bffiaighm k .' ' X Y, .f1,,. .R ,, . ., '- 5 vi 'W v,2.-,liwgfilrlafgizlf9'bif"g l G Ffa:-'f ' M4511-g'f,-.L'!lgl'f5ll -y ,I , s 2-+4.',f2ggjff,:j. 5' Q. .-,V ,- I 5:-.-Fx ...-,. 'rgf:.'H3g'.fffe"'i,,. 'fQf??,Tf"J'.i1-h,-' .QQ l-i'.':1rl':,v'1- -.vie " ' .,"-0-q',f.,z Hy ,f . 44-1535 3,..,,,. .-,el ' whiff, , . -,nw gf .Ni 'N -'T' ' 1- ' Wmxff -4 ' I . .gif .V ,Vw P e 'Q' A 'U- JT-'T' fT'Ee'5El2i:l'.1,'fNi??E:a , X 559,- R. S .ra5?.liwff"l' fEiU2?4's:fal, ,l 4 mix mm -Af, H. v,t,,,L 1534 fl' 4 .1 9 -1 . J.- Y. .1 3 1 S ,ug . - -"SW 1 1 i z I n V i i CLASES 24 Cathy Abston Gloria Adams Linda Aikin Jan Alberts Mark Aldriedge Fred J. Allen Steve Allison Ed Allred Judy Anderson Shirley Anderson Debra Annett Kelly Antvvine Mike Archer Stephanie Arvvine Lynn Ashley Bita Atkison Jan Austin Martha Austin Michael Ayres Jan Bagby Carolyn Baker Jane Baker Jonathan C. Baker Mark Baker Band Baker April Bankes Sarah Bankhead Janet Barnes Mark Barriger Dana Barton Sara Bass Marja Beakley Melanie Belt B. Michael Bendel Carol Bennett Phyllis Best Ted Billingsley Alice Bishop John B. Black Beverly Blair Cindy Blanton Jana Blanton A. C. Blunt Linda Blystone Paul Bodine Shirley Bone Ellen Book Brent Bourland Patti Bowie Teresa Bracken Dana Bradshaw Sue Brannon Sheldon Bray Mac Brockrnan Pictured left, Cl-rj: Fran Martin and Cindy Blanton during ACU's carnival. Rebecca J. Brooks Gaye Brooke Betty Broom Marcia Browder Terry L. Browder Byron Brown Lana Brown Boxanne Brown Stuart Brown G. Ann Bryant Terry Bull Alan Burkett Patti Burks Patti Bynum David Byrum June Carden Dwight Carmichael Mike Carroll Jeff Carson Teresa Carter Wendell G. Carter Michael Casey Judy Castles John Cates CLASSES - 22 226 - CLASSES Pictured above, Cl-rj are: Don Durham - senator Cseatedj Mark Aldriedge - senator, Don Fry - president, Cindy Blanton - secretary, Dale Martin - senator, and Mac Brockman - vice- president. Mike Cauthen Mark Ciampa David Chapman Deja Cheek Tony Chron Raymond Christopher Mark Clardy Debbie Cleveland Brent Clifton Lynn Closser Patrice Cooper Janet Corley Celia Couch Ann Courtney Diane Cowie Gary Crane Randy Crites Gary Crocker Scott Croft Cindy Cromwell Jaye Crowder Kim Culp Cindy Cumbie Mark Cunningham Debbie Dabbs Ken Danley Beverly Davis Diana Davis Gary Davis Kathy Davis Don DeBord Delores Deering Sherry Dial Brandt Dickey Andrea Dodson Dave Dolinger Debra Dolinger Bay Donley Becky Douglass Pat Drachenberg Clifton DuBose Sara DuBose Anita Duncan Diane Durham Don Durham Carroll Dyer Brenda Eager David Edens Brad Edgar Sharon Emerson Jenny Emmons Jerry Endsley Bobby Estes Bill Everett Cindy Ewing Janet Fails Cindy Farmer Debbie Faulkner John Featherston Ray Fendley Sanda Fielder Susan Finnie Peggy Fleming Glenna Flory Nancy Floyd Jan Foust Pam Frank Stan Frank George Franklin Don Freeman Don Fry Ann Gady Diane Gardner Dave Garrett Jeannie Gillmore Cathy Givens David Glasscock Gary Glasscock Peggy Glovers David Goin Cyndi Goode Cindy Gragg Jim Grahn Bill Grasham Arlene Grasley Cynthia Graves Geraldine Gray Bill Green Daryl Green Jim Green Terry Green Tom Green Deborah Greenlee Terry Greer Randal Griffin Lorraine Grimsby Landa Grohman Lynn Groves Laura Gulbenkian . Cindy Gwin Robert Gwin Harriet Haag Douglas Hagaman Mary Hagler Joe Hale Marilyn Hale Russell Hale Candy Hallford Terry Harbin Neal Hardin Linda Harlow Don Harris Michael Harris Don Harrison Mark Harrison Bob Harrison Donna Harvey Danny Hawk Sr. Peggy Haynes Bama Heath Shirley Heath Charlotte Hegi Dale Henry Gary Hicks Susan Hicks Bick L. Hill Debbie Himelrick Elonda Hipkins Sarah Hobbs Sandy Hodges Barbara HoffBauer Mark HoffBauer Stan Hollon Sherilan Holmes March Hooten Bob Hope Shirley Hopkins Janna Hopson Bryan Horner Kenny Horner Ken Hougey Glen Howard Susan Howard Sheri Howeth Laura Hiedgin Brenda Hughes Beth Hunter Tome Hutcheon Cindy lrwin Danny Jackson Marsha Jackson Pam Jay David Jenkins Marsha Jennings Dean Jett Ove Johanssen Jan Johnson Jerri Johnson Jerry Johnson Sherry Johnson Sheila Johnson Steve Johnson Cpictured rightj is Dave Garrett during an intramural football game Dick Johnston Barry Jones Judy Jones Pam Jones Sandy Jones Steve Jones Teresa Lurline Jones Teresa Jones Jacob Jordon Giselle Jurkanin Jonathan Justice Sheila Justiss Karen Kee Sally Keith Delinda Kelly Lissa Kelly Janine Kern Larry Kimberlin 230 CLASSES Melissa King Victor King Karen Kirby Doris Kirk Thomas Kirk Becky Kirkpatrick Phil Kitchens Corlis Koehn Keith Krame Steve Kraxberger David Krischke Nancy Krivokapich Derran Lackey Andy Ladyman Lowell Lamb Judy Lane Terry Lankford Susan Lanktord LeaAnn Lane Debbie Lawson Thom Lemmons Sherry Lemon Connie Lemons Linda Lewis Sharon Lewis Cindy Lipford Debbie Lloyd Mary Lynn Lobsitz Lisa Locke Karen Locker Karen Lokey Terri Long Barry Lovejoy Randy Luxton Terry Luxton Teresa Lyda Laura Lyon Kerry Magee Brent Magers Fiick Maloney Cheryl Mann Jeanette Marshall Cathy Martin Fran Martin Jill Martin Marilyn Martin Walter Martin Billy Mathews Duane Maxwell Marjorie Maw Doug Mead Angela Messer Cindy Meyer Glynn Middlebrook ,V ,AA fy 1. 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U .1..- 5' -, fu fl img ..g '. 1, 1,-1. , 'fl ,. ,,:-WD' ., -0 A, w Mm-. -.X , -f ,- -, -,fwrf Lv.: .my Senior Class Favorites: Pictured other page, Cl-rj: Marcy Hooten, Sandy Davis, Tim Williamson, and Nancy Floyd. Pictured left: Cl-rj: Don Fry, Cheryl Mann, Mark Aldriedge, Susan Vaught, and Dale Martin. CLASSES 2 8 Dorthy Newman George Newman Sharon Newman Betty Niemantsverdriet Kirk Nofsinger Holly Norton Carol Oden Eloise Olbricht Genie Olson Gary Orren Denise Osborne Vicki Osborne Randy Overall l-lulen Owen Sandi Palma Edna Palmer Jeri Paradiso Toni Parham Darla Parker Jeanette Parker Dave Parks Robert Parson Mary Pauley Larry Pearson Judy Pearson Cynthia Pease Jody Perkins Tim Perkins Virgil Perkins Dave Peters Carol Peterson Jude Peterson Bruce Petty Julia Phillips Jeff Pickens Hubert Pickett Linda Pollard Joe Powers Val Prahl Joice Prince Rob Prulhiere Jimmy Rasor Terrye Rasor Connie Ray Nathan Ray Glenn Raynor Randy Rea Mischa Read Denise Reagan Dennis Reed Jim Reese Jody Reese Linda Reicheneker Glenda Remer 234 WOMENS VOLLEYBALL Joy Reeves Laynne Reid Mark Remer Sandra Rew Ricky Reynolds Bryan Rhodes Janet Rhodes Jack Rich Deb Richardson Ernest Richardson Dana Rideout Jill Riethmayer Sandra Ritchey Cathy Roberts Robin Robinson Mellissa Rogers Roelf Ruffner Randy Rutland Karen Ryan Rhonda Ryan Kim Safford Julie Sandefur Larry Sanders Keith Savage fpfctured leftj are Sandy Davis and Don Fry at All College Night. CLASSES 2 54 13 'S' "4 EE. P 'ax J L 'Q' it 11, 4 I 1 ,R IH ,..r-f 'I ga.. '54 236 - CLASSES In 4-nun 3 Fred Allen adjusting his clarinet embouchure. Dick Scott Michael Scruggs Terry Scruggs George Seaman Ill Sandy Sellers Mark Sharp Larry Shead Kay Sherrill Dscar Schoenfelt Brenda Short Steve Short Mike Showalter Jack Simmons Judy Singleton Bob Sistik Tom Sloan Colleen Smith Mike Smith Robert Smith Stan Smith Susie Smith Faye Snow Sherry Sojourner Elessa Sommers Janet Southerland Kathi Stafford Jerry Stansell Rick Starr Pat Start Chriss Stathopulo Charla Statum Janet St. Clair Clint Sterry Keith Stewart David Stice Greg Stirman Deborah Stovall Roye Strader Bob Strader Kim Strickland Kay Strong Alice Strother Lavica Strother Paul Sugg Carol Summerlin Mike Sutherland Rob Sutphen Sherilyn Svien Janet Swan Robert Taylor Janice Tenbush Cheryl Thompson Lon Thompson Johnnie Thurston Pictured right: Candy Hallford Funny Face? Terry Tindel Michael Tinius Paul Tipton Betty Todd Stan Turner Chuck Underwood John Usrey Dee Vanderburg Tracy Varvel John Vaughn Susan Vaught Charlotte Verett Greg Vick Elonda Vihil Joe Virone Jimmy Wadley Poette Wadley Becky Walker Brenda Walker John E. Walker Brenda Wallace Elaine Ward Wendelin Washington Gary Webb Donald Welch Sr. Nancy Wetherbee Jeff Wherry Carol White Tina Wiebe Diane Wilkins Jane Wilkison Wayne Wilks Karen Willbanks Bob E. Wille McArther Williams Tim Williamson 238 CLASSES -3.2.5, f 1 k if L Bonnie Willingham Steve Willingham David Wilson J. Wilson Randy Wilson Mary Winkler Bonnie Wise Tom Withrow Donna Wold Luanne Womack Jana Woodard Craig Woods Ann Woolfolk Diane Wright Kevin Wright Nan Wright Marie Wylie Rhonda Young Pam Zant Larry Zinck Pictured left are: Glori Allen and Dale Martin, a contestant in the "Find a Wife for Herb" contest. CLASSES - 239 Q.-fvx., H 'RM K ,- 41' 'tm X 'h - . as P xi X X U K A x N t 5 . ut. -2' A "Nu F' ' A ' -K J, . AN Q X us ' , , s . Q H ' NJ Q3? 1 , A3 , 5 V X 1, x X , 'ft ' 5-x , fx 4. ' Nh 5- 5. Q- Y' '1 J 5+ g i 2 P - ,. :xls 'J-q-shrink' I a . "iw, ' ,'.- - 1 ...E .Q u ax, 'N'-5' -it 13' ' Mft' 's 1 ,V , E, -if A i fl L' C 7 , ' 4 , 4 17,1 ,H ' Q JU 'Jin' -44-53, ff'-' J.: r.- e i , V I -I Q .. Boxann Aaron Lee Aaron Cathy Abston Karen Alewine Deb Allen Jane Allen Marsha Amyett Susan Anders Jim Andrews Gail Argo Butch Askew Anthony Ator Greg Ator Alan Austin Marcia Austin Robert Austin Diane Bailey Becky Baily Candy Baker Dorothy Baker Linda Baker Linda Baldwin Sue Baldwin Pam Bales Darla Ball Beba Ballard Bobby Ballard Genie Ballard Sheila Ballard Hope Barber JUNIORS-241 242 -JUNIOFIS ii' ,SX Af-A Q A A 'af , X f" ,h. f' gg -.N 47 vi 4 iv. it 'V l Terry Barnes Jeannine Barnett Lance Barrow Marci Bartholomer Ron Beasley Coke Beatty Barry Beaty Joe Bell Keith Benfer Richard Betts Thriess Bingham Sam Bivone Bruce Black Bonita Blackburn Donna Boatwright Kathleen Bonney Janice Borah Nancy Boren Mary Bowden Jeanne Bowser Dolores Boyce Bob Boyd Larry Boyd Fred Bozeman Janet Brewer Nancy Briscoe Ken Branch Dale Bristley Paul Broadus Margaret Broom Gary Brophy Bryan Brown Debbie Brown Peggy Brown David Buenrostro Don Burbank Sherry Burks Molly Burns Troy D. Burr Sherry Butterfield Don Bynum Christie Calhoun Tony Campbell Diana Canfield Deborah Cannon John Carls Donnie Carroll Andy Carter ll Kim Carver Beverly Chandler Phyllis Chaney Melanie Chisholm Debbie Chitwood Diane Church Sharon Clarke Charlotte Clayton Jan Clayton Pam Clayton Randy Clinton Sue Clovis JUNIORS-243 Pictured right are Gary Stirman, Roy Carroll and Wilbert Montgomery talk- Cindy Codrick Patrice Coleman Elsie Collett Vicki Collins Becky Condra Stan Conley Larry Cook Dale Cooper Mary Corondo Sue Cottew Jamie Craig Connie Cranfill Z", 6 ia Steven Croft Phil Cruoe Mark Crump Gay Cullers Joe Culpepper Sharon Cunningham Kathy Curtis Lee Daniels Doug Danley Phil Danylak Suzanne Davidson Carla Davis Donna Davis Janet Davis Lamar Davis Ryan Davis Sandi Davis Chris Diaz Janis Dickey Jim Dickson David Dillard Elise Dinkins Robin Dixon Becky Dobbs JUNIOHS-245 Betsy Dodge Pam Dotson Patty Downing Jimmy Doyle Debbie Duke Jr. Charlie Dunn Brian Eckstein Paul Ellis Rhonda Ellis Jr. Rick Ellis Jr. David Elswood Roy Emanuel Dennis Faulkner Jr. Rocky Faulkner Jr. Anna Ferguson Cecil Fincher Cynthia Finnie Allen Fischer Keith Fletcher Mark Flippin Vickie Flow Larry Folwell Suzanne Ford Susan Fowler Cindy Fox Lynn Frasier Olen Frazier Patricia Freeland Sandy Freeland Wanda Fulks mfr: 4 'S 1 'WY J. I 14. il. L. Pictured right are: Jerry Stansell and Randy Godfrey backstage during Sing , Song. E4 ill X 246 -JUNIORS -1-Ai' 1 i- it l ,I-, I' ' E., ' W.:- r. , It , ,Slim . Q 4 I V .X '-21 97 i A J .1 , X e qi i' -Wigl, ,:'Qv: :,'.f'I 2-gif! ' 1 rw X l t K -vb- ff 1' .li X? ll, l -' i Inn ' ' X I gl . xg. ' .X n fb- . David Fuller Victor Garcia Peggy Gardner Rick Garlington Johnny Garner Don Garrett Randy Gatewood Cheryl George Glenda Gilbert Leslie Gillespie Rick Gillespie Randy Godfrey Susam Goodspeed Shay Grahn John Gray Steve Green Connie Grisham Renee Grizzell Randy Grounds Marty Groves Terry Groves Laure Guyer Marilyn Gwin Rhonda Hales Y. 34 l , -mfg! ,i ,Bw-4. . G Q? I JUNIGRS-247 Lee Ann Hall Kitty Hall Phyllis Hamil Kathy Hansen Lori Harbison Gary Harrell Frank Harris Rhonda Hart Rick Hastings Thomas Hathcock Dale Hawley Cecile Hay Amanda Headrick Jan Heimermann Ray Hendren Andrea Hendrick Sue Herod Tina Herriman Calvin Hickam Jeff Hill Russell Hill Tim Himelrick Dutch Hoggatt Yvonne Hogge Phyllis Hollabaugh Ann Hollis Cheryl Hood Robyn Hood Jonathan Hooper Jim Hopson Darrell Horn Pam -Horn Pattie Howard Jan Hufstedler Rolene lmhoff Allen Jackson ,at A' 5- Yi Ei-D K i 'U .amph- 4 A we f 'A' l is S 1 i Q V K " . I J I Q-R 4 L 1, ' , I I A Q' ffm- . ' 4 fs 1:- W ' .J ,xi Lola Jackson Steve Jackson Harvey Jarvis Marla Jenkins Johnny Johnson Kenny Johnson Andy Joiner Terri Jonas Terrye Jones Linda Jordan Janece Keetch Dicy Keith Connie Kemplin Winston Kenworthy JoAnn Keyes Denise Kinnamon Nancy Kinnamon Lynn Kitchen Ron Kleyn Anita Knight Jeff Knight Jerilyn Knip Charles Knott Tom Knox David Krazer Tammy Kull Al Lachner Susan Lauterbach Sheryll Lawrence Craig Lawson Marilee Laxson Kay Leech Mike Lehrmann Allen Leslie Dale Levandowski Curtis Loard Paul Looney Chris Loss Sandy Lowe Berverly Lowery Pamela Luallin Max Lucado Steve Lugar Gail Mabery Leanne Mahoney Ftosellen Maness Holly Manly Jo Marsden Laura Marsh Dan Martin David Martin Fialeen Martin Doug Maynard Dennis Mays Craig Meador Nancy Merritt Janie Messenger Donna Metcalf Stacy Meter Mary Meyers JUNIOFZS- 249 250 -JUNIORS Terry Meyers Debbie Middlebrook Trey Mitchell Melanie Mittanck Becky Monroe Cindy Moore Michael Moore Teresa Moore Shelda Moran Diane Morgan Jan Morgan Kathryn Morris Marilynn Morse Sandra Mosley Sky Mosman Hall Moss Mark Mouchette Jay Murter John Myers Cathy McClintock Teresa McClure Patti McConathey Myrna McCreary Mark McCurIey lax J. r 'E' f' '+- ,f i li:,3'43i Tv' x A, - xy ,Jil I .4 -vs Q ll l .1 .sd Yf ,- s,,! 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A-Ns, 'r is 'Z . , arm., Jim McDaniel Norman McGinnis Tamie McGough Tim McGraw Debbie lVlcGuyer Diane McLemore Keith McNeely Ronald McQueen Rod Nealeigh Donna Nelson Ricky Northen David O'Brian Trisha O'Briant Mellissa Ofton Richard Ort Tommy Overman Eileen Pace Cindy Parker Penny Parker Charles Parrish Lesa Pepper Ken Perkins Vicki Perkins Susan Perry Cynthia Peterson Becky Phillips LeaAnn Phillips Kregg Peirson Bernita Pinson Van Pinson Dale Piper Susan Pollard Becky Ponder Scott Porter Sherrell Porter Stephen Powers Stewart Powers Jerilyn Pruet Celeste Pruitt Mark Rainey Gayle Ramsey Jr. Nelson Rapoz Debbie Ray Mary Raynor Winston Redwood Susan Renaud Jan Reno Tim Rhoads Bobby Ricketts Steve Riddell Charles Rix Thelma Roberts Bobby Robertson Urban Rogers Diana Rolison Pamela Rorabaugh Bill Rosser Cynthia Rowland Teresa Rubart Nancy Runyan JUNIORS David Rutledge Katy Rutledge Andrea Safron Joel Sawyer Mimi Schaper Steve Schaptr Robert Schulman Jake Schweikhand Patty Scruggs Donna Shaw Noreen Shia Debbie Shipley Stanten Sikes Patty Simon Robbie Simpson Rod Sims Randy Singleton Jill Skupin Junior Class Favorites: Pictured right, Cl-rj: Chuck Freeman, Candy Baker, Don Garrett, and Christie Calhoun. 252-JUNIORS rg 4 Q, l ,-if v 5 Vg? Junior Class Favorites: Pictured left, Cl- rj: Cheryl George, Diane Church, Steve Green, and Max Lucado. Brad Smith Darla Smith Neina Smith Tommy Smith Joe Snow Ill LaBecca Sosebee Karen Spann John Spivey Kevin Stanley Stacy Stanley Cheri Stephens Diane Stephens Patti Jo Stewardson Jo Ann Stewart Mayre Steward David Strickland Gail Strickland Kay Strong Brent Stutzman Dean Summers Dawn Sutherland Steve Swann Susan Swanson Roger Swart JUNIOFZS - 253 Bonnie Talley Joy Team Craig Terry Marsha Terry Bruce Theobald Charles Thiede Carolyn Thomas Paul Thomas Carla Thompson Debi Thompso' Debra Thomp on Ted Thomps n Stephen Triussell Sally Tweed Dwayne Vance Ruth Van fl.iere Leigh Va ghan Debbie Jeazey Debby achtel Kennith ade Melissa Wade Terri Wadsworth Maw Ellen Walter Suzanne Ward Vicki Ward Phil Ware Mike Warnew Rosanne Welch Michael West Carolyn White Gayla White Julie White Kathi White Pat White Patrick White David Whittiker I I-.4 Alice Williams Gelene Williams Vicky Williams Jayne Williamson Carla Willis Pictured left is Betsy Dodge. Allen Wilson Billy Wilson Dan Wilson Karen Wiser Stanley Wolfe Ellen Woodall David Woods Michael Woodson Rachel Wooten Jo Ellen Worley Betty Wright Rena Wright Tina Wright Becky Young Jim Young Stephen Young Stan Youngblood Zona Zant JUNIOFIS- 255 256-SOPHOMORES Barbara Adams Jimmy Adams Carol Agnew Glori Allen Janis Andrews Kim Andress Lynn Angell Kathy Annett Laura Archer Marcella Arnold Susan Arnold Nelda Ashley Bick Atchley Cynthia Austeel Ronda Bagley Gary Baggett Bob Bailey Benay Baisdon Calvin Bankes Teresa Barganier Tresa Barnard Steve Barrett Mark Barth Rick Bartholomee fix , as. I N f ,Z Mark Batson Scott Bay Terea Beard Susan Bell Kim Bennett Pam Blanton Rebecca Bilak Kay Blaylock Sherre Blaylock Alicia Blue Melinda Boggs Renee Bohannan Jeff Bolin Becky Boone William Borah Terry Bowden Mark Bowen David Bradley Becky Brimmer Greg Brooke Bobert Brockman John Brown Scott Brown Steven Brown Banda Bruce Alice Brunson Brenda Bryant Marvin Bryant Cathy Buchanan Pam Buchanan Brenda Bullington Marcia Burkett Hal Burleson Glenn Burns Sue Ellen Butts Gerry Mitchell James Slton Cain lll Cheryl Campbell David Campbell Judi Carter Geoffrey Casella Jim Charlton Ki '-.,. 143 258 - SOPHOMOFIES Manu"- KANSAS Sophomore Class Officers: Opposite page, pictured left to right are: Suzie Winslow, Senator, Mark Hobbs, V. Pres., Dickie Porche, Pres., Becky Boone, Senator, Mark Hanna, Senator, Sara Hufstedler, Sec.g and Dave Dur- ham, Senator. SOPHOMORES - 259 260 - SOPHOMORES Jerilynn Chase Kay Cherry Philip Chester Terry Christian Joni Claybrook Diana Clifton Carol Clovis Nancy Coates Lee Cole Steve Cole Martha Colglazier Eve Colunga Doug Conder Marvin Conerly Karen Cook Fiobin Cox Bobby Cranston Steve Crumley Robbie Cross David Culp Jan Cunningham Debbie Daniel Tim Danley Nancy Davenport John Davis Lindsay Davis Fiose Marie Davis Kathy Day Leslie Delong Michael Dennis Cy Ditmore Glenn Dixon Le Ann Dodd Tom Dolan Susan Donegan Kay Douglass Philip Dumas Dara Duncan Nancy Duncan Ray Duncan Dave Durham Greg Dunham Paula Durham Robert Early Mary Easter Sandra Ellerd Cheryl Elmore Shari Emerson Jim Eoft Barbie Escott William Etter Ronda Eubank Doug Evans Linda Faske Linda Faulkner Von Faulkner Larry Feller Larry Ferguson Sheri Ferrell John Fincher ' 1 ,pf I ,gr w-Y - . Judy Fitzgerald Paul Fletcher Neil Fojtasek Jill Forber Lesa Ford Paul Forayth J. R. Foster Teresa Fowler Sheri Fox Ann Fromm Julia Frazier Kerry Fry Michael Fry Hirol Fujishita Laine Gabriel Philip Gage James Gambill Jane Gamman SOPHOMOFGES - 2 Studying . . . or just daydream- ing? . 1 1 . 1 6-Q wi, J! ' fb x .... C-all E.,- 262 - SOPHOMORES Dik Gardner Kathy Gay Denise Geary Jackie Gills Lori Golchuk John Golden LaDonna Gowen John Grasham William Gray Cindy Green Harold Griffith Brenda Grigsby Susan Grigsby Shelia Grlgdey Penny Grimes Diane Gudmanson Diane Guy Linda Hagler Barbara Hale David Hall Mark Hall Lana Hamilton Marquerite Hamilton James Hancock Dickie Haney Mark Hanna Barbara Hanson Vickie Hardin Reggie Hargrove Holly Jo Harper Jana Harrison Melvin Hartline Nita Hanley Jane Harward Kevin Hayes Gary Hendley Tom Henninger Mike Hensley Forrest Hemden Deanna Hicks Dana High Mark Hilbert Sandra Hoag Barbara Hobbs Mark Hobbs Nancye Hobbs Steve Hodges Terry Hodge Carlo Holden George Hollamon Diane Holliday Beth Holloway Laurie Holt Richard Holt Kim Hood Anthony Hooten Mary Hooten Suzy Hooten Dwayne Hoover Debbie Hopson SOPHOMOHES - 263 Ginger Howard Brett Hudson Philip Hudson Sara Hufstedler Lou Etta Hyden Joan lwakiri John Jacobs Jan Jasper Phillip Jergins Celia Johnson Debi Johnson Elaine Johnson Tim Johnson Teresa Johnson Alice Jones David Jones Dewanna Jones Mark Jones Wendy Jordan Antoinette Kallus Susan Karlick Karen Karnes Karen Kelley Rs-,. A il' 5 fl f I -.,x qi I 'SQIA ' s i 4 141 we Mark Kelly I ' 1 , . V Aw. :VK ,L A- xl Opposite page top right: Ain't it great A I ,5 fiT3ii5g,:g: ..., J. to bea Delta Theta Biddle. 'i'- " ' ' " ' J 4' A 264 - SOPHOMOFZES Y Q -'I f kip. A 'wif Steve Kelley Starr Kelton Debbie Kemp Kathi Kempe Debbi Kenhamer Bit Kiel Dwyane King Karen King Robert King Nancy Kirkpatrick Kyle Kiser John Kitchens Carol Koho Teri Kopp Angela Kreidel Alan Lakatta Karen Latham Terri Laurence David Lawrence Sharon Lawrence Roger Lay Debra Layton Kathy Lee Mary LeFan SOPHOMORES - 265 266 - SOPHOMORES Karen Leith Alan Levy Paula Lewis Suzanne Lightfoot Cindy Linn Donna Linn Celia Littlefield Mike Lively Jerri Locke Mary Lopez Olivia Lopez Renee Loudder Rick Lowe Richard Louato Lynn Luttrell Monte Mackey Vincent Maddux Monte Mahon Silvia Maldonado Kim Malloy Martha Mahone Vonda Maness Sheron Manning Debbie Marsh JO' 'fit L ' .-Qfffy -a a." iM f -r if A- . l" '. N , K . FQ Q. xx ' '41 811 , 'QE-a .. J.- . V 'rr f .xl I x .-fu I x :Nik E vw fu' gg.. f Q, V ' ' - a T 'L 3- 1 .J 5.65-1 X1 ' t"- " 54: as 23 . ' 5- , V . 4-. J ' V7 - ' ' IlJ 4 , - 7' . 1' ',-1-1 . .af ' s.:' QP"-r " s I ' G 'X u 'E nik . 'EIN l Q , 'A ' N' f ' , .c'z.:f'.-,, 1,-. f ..---. . . A - - ' Wm' Xxx? """"' "' L . .wifi all . .. ' 1 FFF,-f F , - .+- J, sl 'L ""'S' -haf 4 t M h N I' ..:,f " ts'-A-my 5 .Ir , ,.-. ,. , .V l., -- , Y I Q . l ' T. , ' l' ., ' ' ' IPI? fu- 'i,1:::5,9' ' ' A -its - " ' c f- ' -- -yr :Q ., 1- a .rv 712 '- 1. - Jr it T- .att , V ,wf , 'f' . fa' "" . er, V 'mf -, f-x 14 f'i?Uf"' -. ft vit",5HN3?" " .,f""' -'W' av -mf r, ft ,rf . t g4a:.m,4..:iw-if ' ,-af" Kathy Martin Lisa Martin Rick Martin Steve Martin Pamela Massey Ken Maxwell Jack Maxwell Shelley Maxwell Kevin May B. J. Mayben Scott Mays Jim Meixner Class Favorites: Pictured Cl-rj seated are: Carol Nicholson, Cheryl Nichol- son. Standing: Dave Durham, Suzie Winslow, Mark Hobbs, Sara Hufsted- tler. In the tree: Mark Hana, Dickie Porche. SOPHOMOFQES Chellie Mellinger Terry Merck Marcia Merritt Jayne Meyer Paul Michner Brad Miller Donnie Miller Lynette Miller Terri Mills Allen Mitchell Cleotha Montgomery Pattie Moody Cindy Moore Debbie Moore Janis Moore Marla Moore Bobbie Moore Paul Morgan Phena Morgan Brenda Morris Marka Morris Mary Beth Morris Lynn Mosley Liz Murphy Steve Myer David McCoy Gary McDaniel Randall McEovven Annie Mclntree Debbie McKeon vi. 268 - SOPHOMORES , L' Y T , ,W H' .-R 'M 1. .. . rf? Q A 4 P 4 5 s . i ' i M I -Y Opposite page below left: Sandy Jones, Debbie Marsh and Tim William- son. Who has the hairiest leg? Sandra McKeowan Alan McLaurin Debbie Neel Beth Neeley Barry Newman Greg Newman Kristie Nicholl Dilea Nichols Carol Nicholson Cheryl Nicholson Paul Nickell Denise Nicks Tim Nix Jeanne Odle Linda Orr Barry Packer Mark Pagenkopf Chuck Palmer Don Parish Mark Patterson Kim Pearson Miriam Perry Pam Perry Christine M. Peters Karen Pfleicerer Donna Phillips Cindy Pinson Don Piper Mark Pittman Susan Pitman Tracy Pool Dickie Porsche Avery Potts Maureen Potts June Powell Lee Powell SOPHOMORES -- 269 270 - SOPHOMORES Judith Presley Carla Preucil Sam Priest Missy Pugh Rebecca Pullin Vicke Purnell , K i T -' Q 1, .X i , J iii W , Darlene Pyeatt 1 3 Dee Rambo 'f"""1'f A Ricky Ramsey P ' "y P Kay Randolph . it -' I ,1, 1 Susan M. Randolph Q X ,5 Dale Raymond ,ri - ik - , ,, , gf Y- Margaret Reasoner i' 4: 'Q F I, Debbie Reese 2 - 0 Y, is A Q D Beth Reeves .1 Q a i " i is .' - D ' - Marianne Reeves i ' f 4 - J ' Deane Renfro M K . D .. I ' V X Margaret Renfro A P , f 4"f5iV,,g 'A ' X 1 X., Z .JA , -.., I I 'fi I 'J sv! i P43 yfyeils ff 4 , Qi, X I x i ' A is i, 2 'Q A rl iii J 1' A 4 .-'-f x ,L 4-. ., i - N ff. l' Q u 1 A Q v 14 gg i Q , If 'A 4? 'Vx V! W I , ' 5 g A K ay x i K I R ' 'I ' 4 " X- ' I v. 4 'fi ,lr f L. ai. .iz assi an i a i , Mark Rheusasic Karen Rhodes Debra Richardson Lori Richardson Judy Ripley Kathryn Roberts Pam Roberts Randy Robinson Denny Rogers Liz Rogers Susan Root Angie Rosenquist Rick Ross Constaniinos Roussos Kirk Ruch George Saab Jr. Susan Safron Daneille Sampson - J if' gg 'si 1 ' ' -m1iE:a.f'.1x .A ,. 1- 1 1? K ., - V 1 ' 1 C Q 'i' 1 .. " J n ' ' SOPHOMORES - 271 272 - SOPHOMORES guanos- u.., f - .F . , ,f - if l ' Ry 5 -' ' " ' Ac' 5 YLL Christie Savage Butch Schultz Alan Scott Marilyn Scotton Debbie Searcy Mark Schachelford Laurie Shedd Ann Shewmaker Kevin Shumate Suzy Schumpert Lonna Shurbet Randy Sigle Joyce Sikes Vicki Sills Jerry Sinclair Tim Sloan Alexis Smith Cassie Smith Dena Smith Randy Smith Roxanne Smith Ronny Smith Mary Snow Holly Sosebee Labecca Sosebee Kim Southard Fred Spencer Meg Spencer Keefee Stanger Scott Stegall Hugh Stevens Cynthia Stone Melinda Stone Mark Stolz Pam Stout Sally Strader Irving Styron David Sullivan Sue Jane Sullivan Susan Swan Ruth Tate Cheryl Thomas Greg Thomas .Jan Thomas Kim Thomas Steve Thomas Tracy Thomas Wiley Thomas Jill Thompson Lea Thompson Terri Thompson Kathy Thornton Rusty Thornton Tim Timmons Denise Tiner Pamela Tiner Mark Tini us Larry Toliver Daphne Tunnell Kathy Turner SOPHOMORES - 273 274 - SOPHOMOFIES Les Tuttle Susan Truxal Louie Vesel Stan Vick Mike Voiles Byron Wadley Janie Walton Melissa Warner Debbie Wasemiller David Watson Debbie Welborn Jere Welch fffT'fnm?"iir" ' pi - 6 e wi Q - . ! ff ' gif ' I -- X L' ' ' L YN-7 ,LL .ik " ,,,' 'I N 'x I 1 -,P .I .gn K . 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S as-, 252 tk S' all . 4, I ,W Q, l i Y ,iv Gary Wells Linda Westmoreland Carla Wheeler Cindy Wheeler Bren White Paul Whitmire Mark Whitworth Jeanne Williams Patti Williams Robin Willingham Dee Wilson Melinda Wilson Nelson Wilson Dale Wineinger Suzie Winslow Laura Witt Mike Wolaver Terri Wolaver John Womble Tammy Woodard Kris Wright Kim Yarbrough Harold Yates Rhonda Youngblood Sara Zeigler SOPHOMORES - 275 276 - FRESHMEN :-'4no9lXvW'!iiq.',g. - Pain - 555.1 ageubj ' 'Zz N -A" --its -is q9""'4u P433 Linda Acord Kathleen Acree Gary Acuff Hollis Acuff Dave Adams Joe Adams Kelly Adams Joe Adkins Allan Agee Garry Ahlgeen Jenny Alley Suzanne Allmon John Allred Brenda Aly Jeff Ammerman Debbie Anderson Donald Anderson Ken Anderson Laura Anderson Terry Anderson Ray Aragon Chip Armstrong Chris Arnold Sharon Arnold Mark Aston Matt Aston Steve Atkinson Marissa Austin Liz Bailey Craig Baker Donna Baker Randy Baker Willaim Baker Pamela Ball Julie Ballinger Clay Bandy Carla Bang Carol Bankhead Amy Barber Ronnie Barroft Diane Barkman Jewel Barksdale Beth Barnes Glenda Barth Dalia Barthelemy Jean Bean Burnedine Bellam Elizabeth Bennett Jody Berryman David Biggs Michael Bishop Leslie Blackstone Brenda Blackwell Melissa Blanton Gary Blasingame Kenneth Bobo Lesa Bolen Sheila Booker Dale Bostick David Boston 278 - FRESHMEN Larry Boston Terry Boyd Steve Boykin Becky Bradshaw Karen Bradshaw Tim Bradshaw Debbie Brady Kim Branscome Jeri Branton Cindy Branch Kay Brannan Sara Brannan Brady Brashear Barbara Briscoe Wilson Brooks Greg Broom Terry Brown Bunny Bryce Bob Burnett Evelyn Byars Susan Byrns Terry Cagle Cindy Caldwell Patty Calfee Craig Campbell Gayla Campbell Kent Campbell Mark Carpenter Susan Carpenter Garnie Carr Bonette Carr Patti Carter Stuart Carter Terri Carter Brad Cartwright Kaye Carver 3 M., . ' ""' " ' 1. ""'i'g CIS, J- . -59' L i i . I G, 5, ,ff .Q - . 'infix El, ,N ,gg fir A- qi'-iq. .flh- L i'Fiff?iF?' NK,-'1li'f"iffi' , ' f?'X.1'KK,t',244 R .-A 'N :tug Brenda Casey Shaun Casey Debbie Cathey Wayne Cauthern Deen Cauthon Lisa Chamberland Merry Christian Kelly Chron Christie Clark Lewis Clayton Diane Ciosser Jeff Clothier Randy Coleman Joanne Colvin Vairi Conner Lynette Cooke Bill Cooper Marty Coursey Caren Cox Debbie Cox Mark Cowan Anita Crane ' Carol Cranston Carrie Crawford FFIESHMEN - 279 O H-JA Y. -f.. Vx.. V IV ,, 1 , gy. 'fx lx -Vu Wg, - I V, -' f :vw - . rr, K -if , ' X X' -Av. M" 4- Q 1 WN- fb. - 1 .S -- ' . if s -1lfS:-'a- JZ: -' TL 5:2-ff,,.--'G' X X -R -,, . EUQ, 5 'T . ,Q-Tn-Af' : v , Q- ' -" ,A ' V . VV-it V VV N-..k IVV' V 1 , 'X , , ' " .-. -f-- ' , . 7 lf' .L NVV, VLV 1-. K ,V VVAJVVVQVVJV-ij: ' guldliek' 1 Q ' 'JS ""' 'uns 1 V J JY 'N -:Mc-AT' 4 ' e Fx'-1' ' Y in J I V K lx 4 V x. - 1 , . V . V !. , im.. f.-X' f ,. X ' . . 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'lk KT' ,IF if HL 965' if TLLALX E'-s-at tu. ff , 'f t, ,ti li ", pl vi, Keith Crawford Matt Crawford Gary Creason Candice Cumbie Marty Curbo Timothy Dahlstrom John Daley Susan Daniel David Daniels Cynthia Davidson Debi Davis Debra Davis Jerome Davis Johnny Davis Leona Davis Robert Davis Lisa Decker Andra Denman Karen Denman Rolando Diaz Sherri Dickson Jon Dillard Ginger Ditmore Lanna Dixon Ray Doak Michele Doran Keith Dowell Deborah Downing Suzanne Drain Debbie DuBose Amy Dudley Bob Dunagan Gary Duncan Laurie Duncan Carol Dungan Holly Dunn Stephanie Dunnan Dan Dunnett Robert Durham Phil Dutton Denny Dwyer Martha Eastham Rick Elam Burt Elliott Becky Ellis Mark Elmore Cathy Engel Ted Epley Joel Epps Ella Epsey Cindy Eversdyke Kevin Faragher Kevin Farley Mark Faught Mike Faught Rodney Fedell Trena Ferguson Darlene Ferrara Gail Fitchner Stephen Findley FRESHMEN - 281 282 -- FRESHMEN Howard Fincher Debbie Finley Linda Finley Vicki Finley Cathy Flatt Dwight Fleet James Fleming Clifford Florence Larry Forbes Jeannie Ford Susan Foreman Steve Foster Evelyn Fowler Bryan Fowlkes Donald Fox Marilyn Fox Myla Frahm Joyce Frances Janet Franklin Vernessa Franklin Pat Frederick Su Dae Fredricks Chari Freeman Pamela Freeman Fransuelle French Deni Fry Julie Fry Melanie Fuller Cliff Fullerton Phil Gabbard Brad Gallaway Reed Gamble Kay Garner Arlene Garrett Beth Garrett Dean Garrett Darlene Gay Diane Gay Sally Gee Steve Gibb Michael Gibson Melissa Gibson Anita Giezentanner Ralph Gingles Michael Gist Gay Glover Judy Godfry Sandy Goff Kathy Goforth Dawn Gold Kerry Gordon Sheryle Gordon Pat Graham David Gray Steve Greek Greg Green Jan Green Robert Green Ronnie Green Eddie Greenlee r ff' 5' . fi 1--,- nf 'ii 1 .E ' X X' i ,f I. "fit lah J . H, Y 4" '5' A 'F -k 'Vi ai! ' 'Vg S ,xt F' lv , li 'ri 4 .-,A -dbz v-v L 'P W f i FND. ii Lg 4 fv , v-.r N-'IW' Vickie Greeson John Gregory Lisa Gregory Terry Grim Brent Groves Gina Grounds Laurence Grubb Gigi Gumricu Martha Gunter Susan Haddox William Haggard Mary Beth Hailey Karen Halbert Janet Hale Deborah Hall Laurie Hall Linda Hall Melanie Hamill Keith Hamilton Taryn Hamilton Tony Hamilton Beverly Hampton Susan Hancock Rhonda Haney Wade Hannah Terri Harlow Susan Harris Janet Harrison Lisa I-lart Karen Hartless Thomas Hartley Cindy Havins Wiley Haydon Gilbert Hearn Terri Hebert Vicki Hees Steven Hemphill Carolyn Henderson Eugene Henderson Julie Henderson Rita Henderson Pam Hendricks Julie Hess Glenda Hester James Hill Janice Hill Susan Hill Jan Himelrick I wonder if Hardin Simmons has freshman English?" L i., W I S- 17 l ' - Qi 4' ' 7 ' I Q. fa, 1-Q .i . 6, -'Y -. J 1 M , , fx' 1 ' 4 '. A. ' ' 'I W ,' I V, , 'Wifi Q '32 ' ' . Fil: " M " my 5 'l , ' if ' it jim lg, . , A... L is ,., . i Q' ,J , X., X . 31 k ' -i At' f ,J V Paul Hines Laura Hines Larry Hinton Peter Hobart Patsy Hobbs Sandra Hoeser Jim Hoggatt Karen Holland Teresa Holland Betty Hood Marshall Hood Jill Hopson Sheryl Horn Tim Horton Leslie House Karen Howard Sharen Howard Susie Howeth Sheryl Huddle Gorliss Hudson Nathan Huff Larry Humble Karen Hunn Kathy Hunn Daryl Hunt Debbie Hunt Kent Hunter Michael Hurley Pam Hutchins Patti Ingram Damon lsbell Pam Ivy Luanne Jackson Emily James Guy James Earl Jamison Alice Jennings David Johnson Gordon Johnson Bruce Johnston Debbie Jones Beverly Jones Kathryn Jones Kenneth Jones Kirby Jones Gwendolyn Jones Jamie Jones Mark Jones Mozelle Jones Pamela Jones Steve Judy Phillip Keener Ronald Keesee Steve Kellar Suzanne Kelley Larry Kendall Sharen Kennamer Steve Kennedy Julie Ketchersid Lynn Key FHESHMEN Susan Killebrew Connie Kirk Joan Kirk Grant Knight Paul Kinght , J Beth Knipp A' J. Fadia Kobty Debra Koke Kim Kubena Glenn Labhart Lanny Lambert Luann Lambert Michele Lambert l 1 " Gary Launarey ll ' F 'y Tommy Lawler 9' L G- , ' Jeff Lawrence TU I Jan Lawless ,KAN Lisa Lawrence l A ,. W- Michael Lawson Kadel Laxson Paula Lay Sharon LeBlanc Cindy Lemona Kenneth Leonard fl yy t -L . il A 4 L f'SQw:iJ,,v' - M- L' . S' K. 286 - FRESHMEN ?' Blair Lewis Teresa Lightfoot Suzan Lively Deny Lloyd Chuck Locke Steve Loe Kimberly Long Debbie Longmore Kenneth Looney Annette Love Barbara Lowe Vicki Lowrey Freshman Class Favorites: Pictured opposite page fl-rj: Jeff Lawrence, Kent Hunter, Nanny Ray and Becky Ellis. Pictured left Cl-rj: Amy Fiasco, Doug Williams, Liz Thompson, Rolando Diaz and Shana Norton. FRESHMEN 288 - FRESHMEN Jeff Luallin David Lugar Raymond Lunsford Linda Lyle Gary Maddox Leslie Mahaffey Donia Mallett Edward Mansaray Mitchel Marlin Larry Martindale Jeff Mashburn Shari Mathiews Laurie Matthey Pam Mattison Becky Maxwell Kim Mayben David Mayes John Mayes Pam Mayfield Pat Mayfield David Mercer Brenda Metcalf Richard Mickowski Xan Middleton Beverly Miller Greg Miller Kim Miller Gary Milum Scott Mims Patti Minatra C. R. Mitchen La Rhea Minter Phil Montandon Arlan Montgomery Janet Moore Johnny Moore Leslie Moore Kelly More Susan Mooer Robert Moran Jay Morgan Randy Morgan Reinette Morgan Robin Morris Debi Mosley Paul Motes Tammy Mott Teresa Moulion Louise Moyers Steven Mulcahy Linda Mullinix Kathryna McArthur Carol McClenathan Carmen McCollum 4 B i l l 'w ,.X., . .vt V i 1 I I 3 Sharon McDaniel Vicki McGee Leah McGilvray Scott McGraw Marilyn McGuire Sue McKinney Roger McLain Audrey McLaurin Martha McMillan Roger Nailon Charlotte Neal Mindie Neal Sheryl Neff Jeff Nelson Kathy Nelson Rick Newhouse Charlie Newland J. D. Newman Robert Noah Bill Nolan Debra Norris Karen North Shana Norton Annette Oakes Paula O'Briant Martha Odom Sandra Oefinger Robert Oler Sandra Oliver Linda Orr Marcus Orr David Osborne Brad Osner Allen Ouellette Dana Owen Wayne Owen David Pace Carole Padgett Brad Painter David Pamplin David Parish Cari Parker Leslie Parker Pam Parker Richard Parker Stephen Parker Kim Parks Lee Ann Patterson Cindy Payne Brian Paxton Sherry Pearson Fawn Pennington Terry Pepper Christi Perkins Jeanne Perryman Angie Phillips Keith Pinson Michelle Pittman James Pitts Lynn Plemons 290 - FRESHMEN Punky Plunkett Jane Poland .Jamie Porter Terrie Porter Stan Potter Dewayne Pruitt Sandie Pullen Ambrose Ramsey Ronald Ramsey Valerie Ramsey Amy Rasco Roy Rasor Michael Ratcliff Nan Ray Amanda Reed Tricia Renfro Jay Reynolds Karen Rhodes Greg Riddle Toni Roach Terri Roberts Randy Robertson Rhonda Robinson Becky Roddy Melinda Rodgers Gary Rodriguez Ginger Rogers Jody Rogers Sherry Rohre Kim Roll Ray Rinson Shirley Rorie Debbie Rosa Art Rosenquist lll Cindy Rosson Ardythe Ruebush N l A ff' -, FX ' 9 XJ . vi "I It ., ?f ,-?.i if SN N 1 . 1 1 In " Y i -6 if ' ii 1 , X 5 .ur F ' at af " i X V 1 1 L an l ' A , , , 4: Hia, 1' .. . fi- ' A it , V ' l fl it at - , , Y ' 3 U A ' ' I 1. L 1, . 3 A 6 L as H n .gi .Q 1 ' .. 1 Lf , l 'jx ., , I 'L I-rg A-l t P' ' .L 1 A t'm-"iar'7fE:' V , .?- .,V k -Q -. , I, 1 - x ,, i- 'P I A '54 Q ' 4 A, tw 4, V x ,,.l'1' ' g ? :J , F ' l ' -': ...avi 1 N I Q -XT , V x N .I 2 rv vw - V f v -, 'V W x A . JL ' I X Q f.,, -Y Q. -,T l ' I fi! .. Tp ft 1 . ,. - 'H ' . W Cyndy Russell Candi Rutherford Margie Sanders Mike Sandefur Steve Sanders Sandra Sawyer Rick Schaper Craig Schenkel Pam Schoolcraft Candice Scott .Jerry Scott Lori Scott Tim Scott Melinda Scruggs Gay Seaberg Stanley Self Chris Sexton Marc Shaner Liz Sharp Guy Shaver David Shaw Kathleen Sheets Kevin Sherman David Shitlet Richard Shipley Allen Shoulders Vicki Sigler Lynn Simmons Kathy Simon Diana Simpson Debra Sissel Jepnise Skelton Bobby Smith Cheryl Smith Cheryl Smith Julie Smith Ken Smith Lee Ann Smith Marsha Smith Peggy Smith Sharie Smith Teresa Smith Freshman Cheerleaders: Pictured fl-rj: T Qtr' Deni Fry, Terry Cagle, Christie Clarke. Second row: Jeff Nelson, Mark Wil- iff' Iiams. Front: Melinda Scruggs, ' 292 - FRESHMEN I I A1 'f V 5 -J-H 0 ,lk 'L ,l gf . r 4 -' A J: ll' R. ff.- si"i U K L T, .,.,.--...,. Q ,, -. .,- , Eli In. j ,lsj -.:'A-P,-L 3 . uw. ',...t.- .. .u..,e-:.:,1Jx, - .1 - - .4-'N ,. fl I .1 ,rex- ii '- 'T F' , id in 'af' . "1 L' ' 'R 4' U L 7 F E: 452 - - A . V at rf- if A .. ... 44, 31.-, yy., , . V i -a . i,,- Il 44 ,- JF Alan Sneed Paul Sneed Jill Snelson Cindy Sojourner Robert Soliz Lee Ann Sonnenburg Jan Sorrels Sandy Sorrels Teresa Sowell Lisa Spann Mary Lynn Spencer Anne Spidell Brent Spivy Norman Spivy Gail Sprinkle Vern Spurlock Charles Stafford ' Elisha Staggs Marquita Stearman Ray Stevens Sherry Stevens Wayne Stewart Leigh Stockdale Cindy Stocking Bobby Stokes Ginger Summerlin Bob Summers Vicki Supert Donna Svien Gregg Swaim Connie Tannick Neil Tatom Jean Taylor Paula Taylor Rick Taylor Sheri Taylor Rodney Tedford Donna Templeton James Terrell Malena Terry Laura Thomas Carolyn Thompson Karen Thompson Liz Thompson Mark Thompson Karen Thornton Lee Thorton Marsha Th ut Lynn Timmerman Rick Timmons Gamille Tinsley Kevin Tooley Leslie Towell Susan Townsend Kathy Trammel Mark Troutman Vicki Trevathan Carol Tribble Jennifer Tripp Debbie Trower 294 - FRESHMEN Martin Tucker Lutricia Trimble Alan Turner Kenny Turner Debra Vanderpoel Rita Vaughn Cherie Vess Stacy Villines Philip Waldrum Gary Walder Margaret Walker Marty Walker Ray Walker Wimon Walker Davan Wall Pam Wallace Cindy Waller Parul Wamble Robert Ward Sam Ware Vickie Warren Forrest Washburn Herb Watkins David Watlinton Debra Waton Walker Weathers Barbara Weems Steve Weiman Shannon Welch Brad Weldon Brent Wells Tina Wells Gwen Welty Liz West Gayla Wester Jenny Westerfield Rick Westergaard Blake White Carla White Faye White Roger Whiteside Robert Wiese Diane Wilcox Robert Wilks Cheri Williams Deborah Williams Doug Williams Judy Williams Kathy Williams Kerry Williams Larry Williams Mark Williams Mark Williams Sandra Williams Lisa Williamson Sharon Williamson Lisa Willingham David Willis Camille Wilson Dave Wilson 9 ,M-7 .- U! Y! i' 4 - Lx -Y 14, iff wi' v .. Q' , ' uf . ' ' ,Pl R iw fl A rt 1 3 X I .M , 4-1: -2 Q N L. Ax T?" Y R ,,l 51' ai' 5 f'. 1 f fd ,Q '. , , . S . Elizabeth Watson Susan Wilson Randy Wise James With rovv Gary Witt Holly Womack Kathy Wood Steve Wood George Woods Leigh Woods April Worthington Kay Wright Chris Wyatt David Willingham Valerie York Y .Qtuld-.5,u. , 2 1-Q, I .Q-yi,Yf+5 it ,r rv, rl. f My f .sw 1- 1- ' P .:' - f m'ii-:ff ,- ' V: +4 . 'f , ""K4:f'-1- Y. .5 - Y 'E'- f f' f ., rg ,. ,, I, 5 ,v A Y- -4 ,' Lg? ' QE .Ji-" ' 3. , ' g-.- , .g . - :' ff, Y. , 'A - an QA-it ' df A -mek- fa' we Y ,-, ..-r---'HU' Q.. I Jana Young Keith Young Rick Young Kim Younkin FRESHMEN 296 - GRADUATES i i ay f 'J I 'Z iff" A' Q' 5jTfTf'fT" W T 5 it w 1, is QI: 1 a gfxtth Robert Ball Tom Brown Joyce Butler Johnny Carroll Dennis Celsor Eun Shik Chang Russell Crites Philip Driskill J. D. Flournoy Dan Garringer Cindy Graves Ricky Hale Dave Hamilton Wayne House Steve Johnson Korky Kathman Don Kinder Karen Kinney Philip Lana Connie Laxson David Litton Lofti Nasser Gary Lowe Norman Merritt Linda Nail Steve Palmer Ronald Pauls Nancy Pearson David Penny Dwight Petty Alan Pickering Gayle Potter Akihide Sawahata Bob Shaw Steve Shaw Mark Shelton Randall Shipley David Sommers David Steen Doug Svien Gordon Thomas Bob Tountas Larry Williams James Woodrow Bill Zoerner GRADUATES - 297 - 5 'L 57-I Hhesig A - f 1. ' A 1 . Jus, "3-:Q 1, fill f f'F'1,, ,V ..,, .,- ,- ' ' 1-:-gf-,rkiixi - 5' X7 A 5 7. xr Us 'f -g I., 5.15 Q ' ' as. L15 - -f. . 1 .1 s -,N 1 ? Br . . 7 D W 'ig 4' Y .L .4 1 ,QR 1 ., ,, x , L ,L wi 'i 7 X 5 g . t ,, Q 9 T -1' Q !""': 'J , , n.:,::. - Ip.-. Wai' I '-Q. ' ' pi- 'fslffzr-. , r 5241 -'rw' U . EE! 1 :wah X 1.2-Bari' fqggvirkw. , ,-I -. IP.-fm-i!"l?fi'1fQg,. V IQ' --QA 'T ' 75 . ai?-if 'J 'Lp 14... ...,3jYQ.'.:-, V :"' 'qwgiigfzf . ,' 1'ff'1f,7l C- 53" J31: - U -,jab Qvzfilrfag-.a . -,,..f.A Y ,fgwfp :Qi , - f- . 1'.,a..1 :fr L., ' . , Mg, 5 . N Timm' L ' -wmv, ww , F Afqfw w'v,,d,51 P., , . QE' 298 - FACULTY Juanita Avinger, education, EdD W. H. Avinger, education, EdD Leroy Baker, business administration, MA Weldon Barnett, education, PhD Garvin Beauchamp, dean of students Jack Boyd, music, PhD Joann Boyd, library L Carl Brecheen, Bible, DRE Gail Brooke, library Wendell Broom, Bible, MA Ed Brown, communication, PhD Herb Butrum, alumni field activities Winnie Cagle, student personnel Norris Campbell, psychology, EdD Fl. M. Churchill, agriculture, PhD Ed Coates, education, EdD Nancy Coates, education, AMEd Joyce Curtis, physical education, PhD M, L. Daniels, music, EdD Bill Davis, music, MMus Laura Davidson, music Bill Decker, development Curt Dickson, physical education, PhD Don Drennan, assistant to president FACULTY 9 Jerry Drennan, industrial education, DEG Edwin DuBose, agriculture, PhD Carol Dunavant, computer center it Jane Duncan, music i lla Dunn, music Ed Enzor, associate dean George Ewing, English, PhD Overton Faubus, business administration, PhD t i 1 Everett Ferguson, Bible,,PnD Orval Filbeck, education, PhD Emma Findley, English, MA Eugene Findley, education, PhD i 1 300 - FACULTY Milton Fletcher, development Chantrey Fritts, education, EdD Dan Garrett, development Winnie Gibbs, associate dean of students Brent Green, art, PhD Ina Green, psycholOQY, PhD Kelly Hamby, education, PhD Dvvain Hart, physical education, EdD A. Z. Hays, education, MEd Lena Hays, math, MEd Ed Headrick, psychology, PhD Alta Hiier, library L. D, Hilton, business office Robert D. I-lunter, vice president Clinton Hurley, English, PhD Marian Hurley, English, MA A Keith Justice, agriculture, PhD F. Furman Kearly, Bible, PhD , Loreta Kelley, home economics, MS Donice Kelly, home economics, PhD Susan King, English Rex Kyker, communication, PhD Lemoine Lewis, Bible, PhD Gene ,Linderfassistant dean, of students I-larold Lipford, development Jeanette Lipford, musicy BA Allen McDaniel, Jr., library Leao McDaniel, post office Earl McMilIan, Bible, PhD Jean Marsh, education, MEd Luther Marshfpsychology, PhDs Callie Faye Milliken, library, AMLS 302 FACULTY FACULTY -- 303 Haven Miller, foreign language, MA Luther Morris, development Allie Morris, library Bert Mosier, industrial education, Minded ' i i ii Martha Mosier, business, MEd Zelma Odle, English, PhD , i Billie Jo Odom, library Stan Overall, communication services Margie Pistole, business, MS Terry Priest, basketball, MSE Marianna Rasco, homegec, MEd Ron Rathbun, music, MMEd ,Dewey Ray, alumni campus activities Delno Roberts, library, MEd R. L. Roberts, library, MLS Charles Rudolph, psychology, PhD Anna Scott, library Evelyn Scott, library ,, Ann Shoemaker, home economics Bobby Sims, history, PhD 304 - FAC U LTY .l J Waunette Shaver, education, MEd Fay Short, library Ludehe Slatton, English, MA Martha Smallvvood, home economics, MS Sherrel Smith, chemistry, PhD Carl Spain, Bible, ThD Clark Stevens, biology, PhD Jeff Tabor, art, MFA FACULTY - 305 Everett Taylor, library, MSLS Cloyd Taylor, library Gary Thompson, history, PhD J. W. Treat, foreign language, PhD ,.,-v 306 -- FACULTY 1. J""""'4s.,, Nancy Witt, library Ben Zickefoose, physical education, MS Jeff Warr, communication Norman Whitefield, art, MA Ray Whiteside, psychology, PhD Harold Wilkinson, education, EdD Mime Williams, English, MA David Williams, English, MA Kenneth Williams, biology, PhD Woodrow Wilson, Bible, ThD FACULTY - 307 ,... V- J., -4-'-'l"4'f"f"""777'T"?!I?r-n.,,,,,r ., .'-, - K. 11 I ,. ' .s 4 Rv! 1f:wWe9'4z'-his Q W.. A an ..:ez 'wMf gig H ,gf xy 47'--nr., K ,fri gf: ,, "fa" xi 1 4- . - ng 'F JE- 4'P-Iskg-x.. .1 R 1. Q mi l Jun... . an 1- ' r ef . '.-.- . 3, . ,iv ,, ..'.'.,-Q l M .Q . . L J 'X lib 4 E. 1 111 J. W. Treat Teacher of the Year Pictured left is: Dr. Treat, the 1976 teacher of the year. He was awarded this honor at the May graduation cere- mony. This page top left are: Doug Nash and Jeff Warr. Pictured below is: Bea Speck. FACULTY 309 Graduahon "The present time is of the highest importance - it is time to wake up to reality." 310 - GRADUATION GRADUATION 5 54 LIP'-H iniw wash, V, . ...P . .L x- 3 , MV, 0 Ai' 41,-,t-1,.f.-Qydz' Q Rv- 312 -GRADUATION Graduation: Celebration Graduation is more than walking across stage to pick up an empty diploma holder as your name is called. It is the final symbolic break that has been four years in prepara- tion. The senior luncheon was held Saturday prior to graduation. The Who's Who honor students and several other award recipients were presented. The largest graduating class at ACU selected Dr. Paul Faulkner to be the speaker at grad- uation. He talked of his faith in this class and their ability to do great things with their talents. The class of 1976 was a unified class in both spirit and talent. These years have been their special time and place. Cheryl Mann and Clifton DuBose Cbelowj were named Sherrod Scholars. Jody Reese, Clifton DuBose, Nancy Krivokapich and Cindy Cumbie were Valedictorians. I... . I' ' . ' ,. 1 V GRADUATION 313 ,'- ,V- i. I . J 5 9 2, ,-- x --nr' A f ., .. . U ' '51 2 4 nf. xx 'Ib I ' .-Ji- V 1- ' '- N .YN b la Y 11. .S ' LZ ' " M ' f' J' A NNY' 4 - ' 1 E ff' '91 fr- A?"1"f V ,F -:ff f 1 J '- f- ' - G - .. - , ,Q Q M -., .f ff 2 4 1. I , pl N ,, -A bfjvl . U fy. h, ,- Y, .. I .i A rf, 5 "'l' J ' 'TL- Y V . ' Q fi, .. f Yi? g g if? 'I' 'K' - 4 nfl"-ii: ' V: -' I1 -" xlfswf -" '17, V 'ilk' V V " f an ,, ,J-JL' ' tg, ' ' , ' ' 1' 111' 1,-51 ,fx V ' M ' A ' ' 1. 314 - GFRADUAUON Judy Anderson and Steve Allison were given the V.W. Kelley award at the senior luncheon. Honor Boy and Honor Girl were Jody Reese and Dana Bradshaw. The first runners-up to this award were Steve Allison and Susan Vaught. Opposite page left: is Steve Allison. Opposite page upper right is Judy Anderson. GRADUATION 315 Steve Allison and Debbie Faulkner Cbelowj were named Mr. and Miss ACU. The runners-up to this award were Fred Allen and Marsha Jennings. frightj Fred was also given the Trus- tee's Award. Cheryl Thompson was also a recipient of that award. Derran Lackey was the Dean Adam's award recipient. l rr. -'14 , ik . 'vftfill l A? - .rr fi ff' -.X A N lt' ,,- ,m...p.,. er , . Ll v ia, f, nr, .Ji lp A A 4' 5 316 GRADUATION if , 5-r' 318- INDEX AARON, LEE - 241 AARON, RoxANN - 241 ADSTDN, CATHY - 224 ACORD, LINDA - 277 ADREE, KATHLEEN - 277 ACUFF, GARY - 277 ACUEE, HOLLIS - 277 ADAMS, BARBARA - 123, 256 ADAMS, DAVE - 277 ADAMS, GLORIA -119,224 ADAMS, JIMMY - 253 ADAMS, JOE - 277 ADAMS, KELLY - 277 ADKINS, JDE- 277 ASEE, ALLAN - 277 AGGIE CLUB - 142, 143 AHLSEEN, SARRY - 277 ASNEW, CAROL - 255 AIKIN, L1N,DA - 224 ALBERTS, JAN - 224 ALDRIEDGE, MARK - 126, 224, 226, 233 ALEWINE, KAREN - 241 ALLEN, DEB -1241 ALLEN, FRED- 128, 328, 224, 236' ALLEN, GLORI-115,239, 256 ALLEN, JANE - 241 ALLEY, JENNY- 277 ALLISON, STEVE-325, 337, 224, 127 ALLMAN, SUZANNE - 277 , ALLRED, ED - 128, 224 ALLRED, JOHN - 277 ALPHA CHI- 146 ALPHA PHI OMEGA - 140 ALPHA Ps: OMEGA- 149 A ALY, BRENDA - 277 AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY - 155 AMMERMAN, JEFF - 277 AMYETT, MARSHA -115, 241 ANDERS, SUSAN - 241 ANDERSON, BONNIE - 120 ANDERSON, DEBBIE - 277 ANDERSON, DONALD - 277 ANDERSON, KEN - 277 , ANDERSON, JUDY - 224, 334 ANDERSON, SHIRLEY - 224 ANDRESS, KIM - 256 ANDREWS, JANIS - 115, 256 ANDREWS, JIM - 241 ANGELL, LYNN - 256 ANNEIT, DEBRA - 224 ANNETT, KATHY - 256 ANTWINE, KELLY - 124, 224 ARAGON, RAY - 277 ARCHER, LAURA - 120, 256 ARCHER, MIKE - 224 ARGO, GAIL -123, 241 ARMSTRONG, CHIP - 277 ARNOLD, CHRIS - 277 ARNOLD, MARCELIA- 256 ARNOLD, SHARON -117, 277 ARNOLD, SUSAN - 256 ARWINE, STEPHANIE - 224 ASHLEY, LYNN - 224 ASHLEY, NELDA - 256 ASKEW, BUTCH - 241 ASTON, MARK - 277 ASTON, MATT - 277 ATCHLEY, RICK - 126, 256 ATKINSON, RITA- 117, 224 ATKINSON, STEVE - 277 ATOR, ANTHONY - 241 ATOR, GREG - 241 AUSTEEL, CYNTHIA - 256 AUSTIN, ALAN -127, 201, 241 AUSTIN, JAN - 224 AUSTIN, MARCIA - 241 AUSTIN, MARISSA - 277 AUSTIN, MARTHA - 122, 224 AUSTIN, ROBERT- 241 AYRES, MICHAEL - 224 BAGBY, JAN - 224 BAGLEY, RHONDA - 256 BAGGEIT, GARY - 256 BAILY, BECKY - 241 BAILY, BOB - 127, 256 Index BAILEY, DIANE - 241 BAILEY, LIZ - 277 BAISDON, BENAY - 256 BAKER, CANDY- 1 15, 241, 242 BAKER. CAROLYN - 224 BAKER, CRAIG - 277 BAKER, DONNA - 277 BAKER, DOROTHY - 241 BAKER, JANE - 224 BAKER, JONATHAN - 224 BAKER, LINDA - 241 BAKER, MARK- 129, 224 BAKER, RAND - 224 BAKER, RANDY - 277 BAKER, WILLIAM - 277 BALDWIN, SUE - 241 BALDWIN, LINDA - 241 BALES, PAM - 241 BALL, DARLA - 241 BALL, PAMELA - 277 BALLARD, BEBA - 241 BALLARD, BOBBY - 241 BALLARD, GENIE -122, 241 BALLARD, SHEILA- 1 17, 241 BALLINGER, JULIE - 277 BANDY, CLAY- 277 BANG, CARLA - 277 BANKES, APRIL - 224 BANKES, CALVIN - 256 BANKHEAD, CAROL - 120, 277 BANKHEAD, SARAH - 224 BARBER, AMY - 277 BARBER, HOPE - 241 BARGAINER, TERESA - 256 BARNARD, TRESA - 256 BAMES, BETH - 277 BARNES, JANET -123, 224 BARNES, TERRY -243 BARNETTE, JEANNINE - 243 BARRETT, STEVE - 256 BARRIGER, MARK- 127, 224 BARROFT, RONNIE - 277 BARKMAN, DIANE - 277 BARKSDALE, JEWELL - 277 BARROW, LANCE - 132, 243 BARTH, GLENDA - 277 BARTH, MARK - 256 BARTHELEMY, DALIA - 277 BARTIHOLOMEE, RICK - 256 BARTHOLOMER, MARC! - 243 BARTON, DANA - 224 BASS, SARA - 224 BATSON, MARK - 257 BAY, SCOTT - 257 BEAKLEY, MARJA - 224 BEAN, JEAN- 277 BEARD, TERESA - 257 BEASLEY, RON - 243 BEATY, BARRY - 243 BEATTY, COKE - 128, 243 BELL, JOE - 243 BELL, SUSAN - 257 BELLAMY, DENE - 277 BELT, MELANIE - 224 BENDEL, MICHAEL B. - 224 BENFER, KEITH - 243 BENNETT, CAROL - 123, 224 BENNETT, ELIZABETH - 277 BENNETT, KIM - 257 BERRYMAN, JODY - 277 BEST, PHYLLIS - 224 BETTS, RICHARD - 243 BIGGS, DAVID - 277 BILAK, REBECCA - 257 BILLINGOLEY, TED - 224 BINGHAM, THRIESS - 243 BISHOP, ALICE - 224 BISHOP, MICHAEL - 277 BIVONE, SAM - 124, 243 BLACK, BRUCE - 243 BLACK, JOHN R. - 224 BLACKBURN, BONITA -120, 243 BLACKSTONE, LESLIE - 277 BLACKWELL, BRENDA - 277 BLAIR, BEVERLY - 224 BLANTON, CINDY - 224, 225, 340, 226, 332 BLANTON, JANA - 224 BLANTON, MELISSA - 277 BLANTON, PAM - 257 BLASINGAME, GARY - 277 BLAYLOCK, KAY - 257 BLAYLOCK, SHERRE - 257 BLUE, ALICIA - 257 BLUE KEY - 144 BLUNT, A. C. - 224 BLYSTONE, LINDA- 1 23, 224 BOATWRIGHT, DONNA - 243 BOBO, KENNETH - 277 BODINE, PAUL- 128, 224 BOGGS, MELINDA - 257 BOHANNAN, RENEE -115, 257 BOLEN, LESA - 277 BOLIN, JEFF- 128, 258 BONE, SHIRLEY- 224 BONNEY, KATHLEEN - 243 BOOK, ELLEN - 224 BOOKER, SHEILA- 277 BOOKER, STEVE - 124 BOONE, BECKY- 120, 258 BORAH, JANICE - 243 BORAH, WILLIAM - 258 BOREN, NANCY - 243 BOSTICK, DALE - 277 BOSTON, DAVID - 277 BOSTON, CARRY - 278 BOURLAND, BRENT - 224 BOWDEN, MARY - 243 BOWDEN, TERRY - 258 BOWEN, MARK - 258 BOWIE, PATTI - 224 BOWSER, JEANNE - 243 BOYCE, DOLORES - 243 BOYD, BOB - 243 BOYD, LARRY - 126, 243 BOYD, TERRY - 278 BOYKIN, STEVE- 278 BOZEMAN, FRED - 243 BRACKEN, TERESA - 224 BRADLEY, DAVID - 124, 258 BRADSHAW, BECKY - 278 BRADFORD, KAREN - 120 BRADSHAW, DANA - 224, 338 BRADSHAW, KAREN - 278 BRADSHAW, TIM - 278 BRADY, DEBBIE - 278 BRANCH, KEN - 243 BRANNON, SUE- 224 BRANSCOME, KIM - 278 BRANTON, JERI - 278 BRANCH, CINDY - 278 BRANNAM, KAY - 278 BRANNAN, SARA - 278 BRASHEAR, BRADY - 278 BRAY, SHELDON - 224 BREWER, JANET - 243 BRIMMER, BECKY - 258 BRISCOE, BARBARA- 278 BRISCOE, NANCY - 243 BRISTLEY, DALE-- 243 ' BROADUS. PAUL- 243 BROCKMAN, MAC - 128, 201 , 2 BROCKMAN, ROBERT - 258 BROOKE, GAYE- 114, 225 BROOKE, GREG - 127, 258 24, 226, 332 BROOKS, REBECCA J.-119, 225 BROOKS, RACHEL -118 BROOKS, WILSON - 278 BROOM, BETTY - 225 BROOM, GREG - 278 BROOM, MARGARET - 243 BROPHY, GARY - 243 BROWDER, MARCIA - 225 BROWDER, TERRY L. - 225 BROWN, BRYAN - 243 BROWN, BYRON - 128, 225 BROWN, DEBBIE - 243 BROWN, JOHN - 258 BROWN, LANA - 225 BROWN, PEGGY - 243 BROWN, ROXANNE -118, 225 BROWN, SCOTT - 258 BROWN, STEVEN - 130, 258 BROWN, STUART - 225 BROWN, TERRY - 278 UCE, RANDA - 258 UNSON, ALICE - 258 YANT, G. ANN -225 YANT, BRENDA -118, 258 YANT, MARVIN - 258 YCE, BUNNY - 278 CHANAN, CATHY - 1 18, 258 CHANAN, PAM - 258 ENROSTRO, DAVID - 243 LL, TERRY - 127, 225 LLINGTON, BRENDA - 258 RBANK, DON - 243 RKETT, ALAN - 127, 225 RKETT, MARCIA - 258 RKS, PATTI - 225 RKS, SHERRY - 243 RLESON, HAL - 129, 258 RNEIT, BOB - 278 RNS, GLENN - 258 RNS, MOLLY - 243 RR, TROY D. - 243 SH, DARYL - 127 TTERFIELD, SHERRY - 243 TTS, SUE ELLEN - 258 ARS, EVELYN - 278 RNS, SUSAN - 278 NUM, DON - 243 NUM, PATTI - 225 NUM, DAVID - 129, 225 AFFEY, GERRY MITCHELL - 258 AGLE, TERRY - 278 AIN, J. S. - 124, 258 ALDWELL, CINDY - 278 ALFEE, PATTY - 278 ALHOUN, CHRISTIE- 243, 252 'AMPBELL, CHERYL-115, 258 AMPBELI., CRAIG - 278 AMPBELL, DAVID - 130, 258 AMPBELL, GAYLA - 163, 278 AMPBELL, KENT - 278 AMPBELL, TONY - 243 AMPUS SERVICE ORGANIZATION ANFIELD, DIANA - 243 ANNON, DEBORAH - 243 ARDEN, JUNE -114, 225 ARLS, JOHN - 243 ARMICHAEL, DWIGHT - 225 ARPENTER, MARK - 278 ARPENTER, SUSAN - 278 ARR, GARNIE - 278 ARR, RONETTE - 278 ARRER, PATTI - 278 ARNAHAN, CALYN -118 ARROLL, DONNIE - 243 ARROLL, MIKE - 225 ARROLL, ROY - 244 ARSON, JEFF -128, 225 ARTER, ANDY - 243 ARTER, JUDI - 258 SARTER, STUART - 278 ARTER, TERESA - 225 ARTER, TERRI - 278 ARTER, WENDELL G. - 225 ARTWRIGHT, BRAD - 278 ARVER, KAYE - 278 ARVER, KIM - 243 ASELLA, GEOFFREY- 258 ASEY, BRENDA - 279 ASEY, MICHAEL - 225 ASEY, SHAUN - 279 ASTALES, JUDY - 225 CATES, JOHN - 225 CATHEY, DEBBIE - 279 CAUTHEN, MIKE - 227 CAUTHERN, WAYNE - 279 CAUTHON, DEEN - 279 CHAMBERLAND, LISA - 279 CHAMBLISS, MIKE - 118 CHANDLER, BEVERLY- 243 CHANEY, PHYLLIS - 243 CHAPMAN, DAVID - 130, 227 CHARLES, SHARON - 116 CHARLTON, JIM -258 CHASE, JERILYNN - 260 CHEEK, BUTCH DEJA - 227 CHERRY, KAY - 260 CHESTER, PHILIP - 260 CHISHOLM, MELANIE -118, 243 CHITWOOD, DEBBIE - 122, 243 CHRISTIAN, MERRY - 279 CHRISTIAN, TERRY - 120, 260 CHRISTOPHER, RAYMOND- 227 CHRON, KELLY -279 CHRON, TONY -227 CHURCH, DIANE -1 14, 242, 243, CIAMPA, MARK - 227 CIRCLE K - 1 53 CLARDY, MARK -227 CLARK, CHRISTIE- 279 CLARKE, SHARON - 116, 243 CLAYBROOK, JONI - 260 CLAYTON, CHARLOTTE- 243 CLAYTON, JAN -243 CLAYTON, LEWIS- 279 CLAYTON, PAM -119, 243 CLAYTON, MARGALA - 1 19 CLEVELAND, DEBBIE - 227 CLIFTON, BRENT- 227 CLIFTON, DIANA- 260 CLINTON, RANDY- 128, 243 CLONINGER, CURT - 330 CLOSSER, DIANE- 279 CLOSSER, LYNN - 227 CLOTHIER, JEFF -279 CLOVIS, CAROL - 260 CLOVIS, SUE - 243 COATES, NANCY- 260 CODERICK, CINDY- 1 16, 244 COLE, LEE -128, 260 COLE, STEVE - 260 COLEMAN, PATRICE - 244 COLEMAN, RANDY -- 279 COLGLAZIER, MARTHA- 1 15, 2 COLLETT, ELSIE -244 COLLINS, VICKI - 244 COLUNGA, EVE - 260 COLVIN, JOANNE- 279 CONDER, DOUG -128, 260 CONDRA, BECKY- 116, 244 CONERLY, MARVIN - 260 CONLEY, STAN -244 CONNER, VALRI - 279 COOK, KAREN - 260 COOKE, LYNE'I'I'E - 279 COOK, LARRY - 244 COOPER, BILL - 279 COOPER, DALE - 126, 244 COOPER, PATRICE - 227 CORLEY, JANET -227 CORONDA, MARY- 244 COTTEW, SUE - 244 COUCH, CELIA - 227 COURSEY, MARTY - 279 COURTNEY, ANN - 227 COWIE, DIANE - 227 COX, KAREN - 163, 279 COX, DEBBIE - 279 COX, DEBBIE - 279 COWAN, MARK - 279 COX, ROBIN - 260 CRAFT, CARRIE-116 CRAIG, CASEY - 129 CRAIG, JAMIE -244 CRANE, ANITA - 279 CRANE. GARY - 227 CRANSTON, BOBBY - 126, 260 CRANSTON, CAROL - 279 CRAWFORD, CARRIE - 279 CRAWFORD, KEITH - 281 CRAWFORD, MATT - 281 CREASON, GARY- 281 CRIM, VIVIAN - 118 CRITES, RANDY -227 CROCKER, GARY - 127, 227 CROFT, SCOTT -124, 227 CROFT, STEVE -124, 245 CROMWELL, CINDY- 117, 227 CROSSJROBBIE - 260 CROWDER, JAYE - 128, 227 CRUCE, PHIL - 245 CRUMELY, STEVE- 260 CRUMP, MARK -245 CULLERS, GAY -245 CULP, DAVID-- 124, 260 CULP, KIM - 116,227 CULPEPPER, JOE- 245 CUMBIE,,CANDICE- 281 CUMBIE, CINDY--114,227, 333 253 60 CUNNINGHAM, GINGER - 120 CUNNINGHAM, JAN - 260 CUNNINGHAM, MARK - 227 CUNNINGHAM, SHARON - 243 CURBO, MARTY -281 CURTIS, KATHY -114, 163,245 DABBS, DEBBIE -- 119, 163,227 DAHLSTROM, TIMOTHY - 281 DALEY, JOHN - 281 DANIEL, DEBBIE - 260 DANIEL, SUSAN - 281 DANIELS, DAVID - 281 DANIELS, LEE- 245 DANLEY, DOUG - 163, 245 DANLEY, KEN - 227 DANLEY, TIM - 260 DANYLAK, PHIL - 245 DAVENPORT, NANCY -120, 260 DAVIDSON, CYNTHIA - 281 DAVIDSON, SUZANNE -118, 245 DAVIS, BEVERLY - 227 DAVIS, CARLA -120, 245 DAVIS, DEBI - 281 DAVIS, DEBRA - 281 DAVIS, DONNA - 245 DAVIS, DIANA - 227 DAVIS, GARY - 227 DAVIS, JANET - 123, 245 DAVIS, JEREMME - 281 DAVIS, JOHN - 260 DAVIS, JOHNNY - 281 DAVIS, KATHY - 227 DAVIS, LAMAR -117, 245 DAVIS, LEONA - 281 DAVIS, LINDSAY- 1 17, 260 DAVIS, ROBERT - 281 DAVIS, ROSE MARIE - 260 DAVIS, ROBERT - 245 DAVIS, SANDI - 245 DAVIS, SANDY - 126, 233, 235, 337 DAY, KATHY - 260 DEBORD, DON - 227 DECKER, LISA - 281 DEERING, DELARES - 227 DELONG, LESLIE- 120, 260 DELTA THETA- 116,117 DENMAN, ANDRA- 281 DENMAN, KAREN - 281 DENNIS, MICHAEL - 260 DIAL, SHERRY- 1 14, 227 DIAS, ROLANDO - 281 DIAZ, CHRIS - 129, 245 DICKEY, BRANDT - 227 DICKEY, JANIS - 245 DICKSON, JIM - 245 DICKSON, SHERRI - 281 DILLARD, DAVID - 245 DILLARD, JON - 281 DINKINS, ELISE - 118, 245 DITMORE, CY - 260 DITMORE, GINGER - 281 DIXON, GLENN - 260 DIXON, LANNA - 281 DIXON, ROBIN - 123, 245 DOAK, RAY - 281 DOBBS, BECKY - 245 DODD, LE ANN - 260 DODGE, BITSY-116, 246, 255 DODSON, ANDREA - 227 DOLAN, TOM - 260 DOLINGER, DAVE- 124, 227 DOLINGER, DEBRA - 227 DOLITTLE, BRAD - 199 DONEGAN, SUSAN - 260 DONLEY, RAY - 227 DORAN, MICHELE - 281 DOTSON, PAM - 1 14, 246 DOUGLASS, BECKY - 121 , 227 DOUGLASS, KAY - 260 DOWELL, KEITH - 281 DOWNING, DEBORAH - 281 DOWNING, PATTY - 246 DOYLE, JIMMY - 246 DRACHENBERG, PAT -118, 227 DRAIN, SUZANNE - 281 DUBOSE, CLIFTON - 227,329 DUBOSE, DEBBIE - 281 DUBOSE, SARA - 227 DUDLEY, AMY - 281 DUKE, DEBBIE - 246 INDEZ - 319 'A -'11, Q 11 - 125, 227 EAGER, BRENDA -227 EARLY, ROBERTI- 260' , EASTER,NIARY.- 260 EASTHAM, MARTI-IA - 281 ECKSTEIN, BRIAN - 246 EDENS, DAVID - 227 EDGAR, BRAD - 128, 227 ELAM, RICK -281 CELLERDI SANDRA - 119, 260 ELLIDTI, BURT- 281 ELLIS, BECKY - 281 ELLIS, 'PAUL - 246 ELLIS, ,RI-IDNDA - 123, 246 ELLIS, RICK- 246 ELMORE, OHERYL -121, 260 ELMDRE, MARK- 281 ELSWOOD, DAVID - 129, 246 EMANUEL, ROY - 246 EMERSON, SHARI - 260 , EMERSONI, SHARON - 227 EMMONS, JENNY- 1 171, 227 ENDSEEY, JERRY - 130, 227 ENGEL, CATHY - 281 ENGLISH, KATHY- 1 161 .. EDFF, JIM- 2601 - I EPLEY TED-281 EPPS JOEL 81 SCOTT BARBIE 260 1, 25 "' I x T 2 E V EFQSEY, ELLA + 261 A I I I IAESTES, BOBBY - 227 N, ABTA BETA PIE - 1 56 V ,ELTER, WILLIAM - 2604 'R EQIBANK, RONDA - 1231.260 EyANs,D0u6-260 I .41 EVEREIT, BILL - 227 ' EVERS XISERQIIN D EWING CINDY 2 122 246 J 1 24, 261 STEVE - 282 YN - 282 2285 - 242, 252 228 28 FRY, DON -328, 226, 228, 233, 235 EBYIJEIIEIE'-E34'282'-,' V 'L ' ' 228 233 2 GRAY, -121, 228 -282 W, WILLIAM - 263 STEVE - 282 BILL -128, 228 - 1 14, 263 228 127, 16 11253, 242, '7 FRY, KERRY -f- 261 EULLERI- MELAN IE +282 I'RRNg'MICI1IAEL- 124, 261 -119,228 320--INDEX X I V A N , f , 'I,- Www, -, I, I ., I, II.'.L 330 FUJISHITFA, HIRD - 261 FULKS, WANDA - 121 , 246 FULLER, DAVID - 124, 247 FULLERTON, CLIFF - 282 124, 247 -127, 228, 230, 337 247 247 - Li! 283 , - 130, 247' f 283 . 1 28, 228, 3355 +- 247 ' Esta? '3Ti'1"iiG. ,I ': 4711-,, - , .. , ' A, .Y ,, va, "' 'I -,.,' ," 'I I W"ijfII If 1 ' 1 ' IJ,-,.EaL'f:'W""'4 h , 4, 5116271 , , A lj I ' I' j.. ' II : IM, " , 'L- ,-1.,,,Il. EY,-IM'-If ' .' , 5,111 'g".'I ' r'jLyS,'LS:-'L - ,, -- I- - I -'.'.L1.5 .- ':.I.tv1.-Q-1'-Ufgislflf-Q4 IIl21u.:L-4.-,III-1 3-.-2' 1142.341-rf- 4.F741r.JL-,1Q!L4.i'il'Q2L.3L.1-s1'34,-:.J:.f-EL'..aII'.f.-.Q, - 1: -4 - -- I 248 DEBBIE - 229 124, 248 130, 248 - 1 18, 248 M 120 248 120 248 - 129, 248 114, 198,222 1145 198, 263, 263 1 16, 229 -128, 229 SUSAN + 1 15. 229 HOWEUL, FIEGGIE- 163, 201 Howlzm-1, SHERI5-1 18, 229 rnenam, LAURA- 229 'HUDSEJNLQBBEIQ -1 254.2 HunsoNwP2H1Lu12 V . , HUFSTEDLER, JAN - 248 HUFSTEDLEF1, SARA - 163, 264 115,2 9 233 336 J 'fi' 'mb-' .,.. 5 "' x , ,fmunni Ah N 'T X :N ' vm, . 1. w' l Q-1 P E 1 5 ag' , .2 1 '1 Eiiw, ., ,. 2 , - w . -Q ., . , V - A - , A H35 266 .. , M s fr r . 'f ' r 0 , ti . w 1 " v in ! J :I . l' 5iLTA1F E V 1 ,F5'5,' - , L f V QA. ' 3f4.i-Aff' 'Mg !f?f-i44iQ1F, x ' ' . , Q ' fHfm M?1if 2f +ff. - ' '. tw: A ' 'I' 'I' 7' 1 1' A1 Y' -' - if 'r 21'o" f 1: N .- '," , f ' " QF -'NV ' --P 1. V! "mail 3 .15 I ,vf VH-'rl idx, . wg . . A, ky, E .Viv-,N -A . , ff'-5 Q --as f ' Y V fb 1 ' E' 5 V' fy. U 2 'k 7 . ,af H :Q 6 ,-t 4 TQ Mu, os' , ' ' ' W J . fl- ,xr ,,1?"', :,' . 'l"" F" -- NMAN. GREG -1132, 269 NMAN, SHARON -1.14, 234 IHOLL, KRISTI LEA -123, 269 DHOLS, DILEA- 269, 120 ' ZHOLSON, CAROL'-120, 269, IHOLSON, CHERYL -120, 269 QKELL, PAUL - 269 ' SKS, DENISE- 120, 269, Q, TIM - 269 , " IFSINGER, KIRK.-234, , IRTHERN, RICKY - 251 . IRTON, HOLLY - 234, 338 RIAN, DAVID - 251 RIANT,TRISHA,-1 16, 251 EN, CAROL - 114,234 LE, JEANNE - 269 I ON, MELISSA A.-115,251 BRICHT, ELOISE -234 SON, GENIE - 234 A EGA RHO ALPHA- 150 TIMIST - 1 58 , R, LINDA - 269 REN, GARY -234' 3 T, RICHARD -128, 251 ' BORNE, DENISE - 234 V K BORNE, VICKIj- 234 , ERALL, RANDY -125, 234 ERMAN, TOMMY - 124, 251- , WEN, HULEN - 234 CE, EILEEN-251 CKER, BARRY- 1 27, 269 , CKER, BOB - 127, 201 AGENKOPF, MARK- 269 ALMA, SANDI - 234 ALMER, CHUCK - 269 Y ALMER, EDNA -'120, 234 ARADISO, JERI - 234 ARHAM,TONI-115, 163,234 ARISH, DONNY - 269, 126 ARKER, CINDY- 1 16, 251 ' ARKER, DARLA - 234 ARKER, JEANETTE - 234 ARKER, PENNY - 251 ,. 122 ARKS, DAVE - 234 . ' ARRISH, CHARLES f- 130, 251 ARSON, ROBERT f 234 K ATTERSON, MARK- 269 AULEY, MARY - 234 I EARSON, KIM -119, 2691 EARSON, LARRY - 234 ' EARSON, JUDY - 234 ECK, KYLE - 201 ' ENN, TERRY -124 ERRY, MIRIAM -269 ERRY, PAM - 269,115 EASE, CYNTHIA- 234 PEPPER, LESA - 251 PERKINS, JODY - 234 PERKINS. KEN - 251 PERKINS, TIM - 234. A PERKINS, VICKI - 251 PERKINS, VIRGIL - 234 PERRY, SUSAN -120, 251 PETERS, CHRISTINE - 269 PETERS, DAVE - 234 PETERSON, CAROL - 1 14, 234 PETERSON, CYNTHIA - 251 PETERSON, JUDE - 234 PETTY, BRUCE - 234 7 PHILLIPS, BECKY - 251 PHILLIPS, JULIA - 234 PHILLIPS, LEA ANN - 251,119 PICKENS. JEFF - 234 PICKETT, HUBERT - 234 PEIRSON, KREGG - 251 PFLEIDERER, KAREN - 122. 269 PHI ALPHA THETA - 1 47 PHILLIPS, DONNA - 269 PHI MU ALPHA-148 . Pl BETA SIGMA - 138 PINSON, BERNITA - 251 PINSON, CINDY- 114, 269 PINSON, VAN - 251 PIPER, DALE- 251 PIPER, DON - 269 PITMAN, SUSAN - 269 PITTMAN, MARK - 269 POLLARD. LINDA - 234 I POLLARD, SUSAN - 251, 119 PONDER, BECKY -119, 251 POOL, TRACY - 269 PORSCHE, DICKIE- 269 PORTER, SCOTT - 251 PORTER, SI-IERRELL - 251 POTTS, AVERY - 269 POTTS, MAUREEN - 269 POWELL, JUNE - 123, 269 POWELL, LEE - 269 POWERS, .IOE - 124. 234 POWERS, STEPHEN - 124, 251 POWERS, STEWART - 124, 251 PRAHL, VAL - 234, 126 PRESLEY, .IUDITH - 270 PREUCIL, CARLA- 270,120 PRICKLYPEAR - 162, 163 PRIEST. SAM - 270 PRINCE, JOICE - 234 PRUET, .IERILYN - 251 PRUITT. CELESTE - 2.51 . PRULHIERE, ROB - 234 PUGHI, ,MISSY - 270 PULLIN, REBECCA - 270' PURNELL, vICKE - 270 PYEATT, DARLENE - 270 RAINEY, MARK -251 RAMBO, DEE- 270 RAMSEY, GAYLE- 1 19, 251 RAMSEY, RICKY - 125. '270 RANDOLPH, KAY - 270 RANDOLPH, SUSAN M. T"12Q, 270 RAPOZ, NELSON - 251 RASOR, JIMMY -'234 RASOR, TERRYE-234 RAY, CONNIE - 234 RAY, DEBBIE - 251 RAY, NATHAN - 234 RAYMOND, DALE - 270 RAYNOR, GLENN - 234 RAYNOR, MARY - 251 REA. RANDY - 234, 328 READ, MISCHA -115, 234 REAGAN, DENISE- 120, 234 REASONER, MARGARET - 270 REDWOOD. WINSTON - 251 REED, DENNIS - 234 REESE, DEBBIE - 123, 270 REESE, JIM - 234, 339 REESE, JODY - 121, 234, 339 REEVES, BETH - 270 REEVES, MARIANNE - 270 REICHENEKER. LINDA- 234 REMMER, GLENDA- 234 REEVES, JOY- 235. 119 REID, LAYNNE - 235 REMER. MARK - 235 RENAUD, SUSAN -115,251 RENFRO, DEAN - 270 RENFRO, MARGARET - 270 RENO, JAN - 251 REW, SANDRA - 235 REYNOLDS, RICKY - 235, 330 RHEUSASIC. MARK - 271 RHODES, BRYAN - 235 RHODES. JANET -235 RHODES, KAREN- 271 RHOADS, TIM - 251 RICH, JACK - 128, 235, 331 RICHARDSON, ERNIE - 235, 126 RICHARDSON, DEBRA-271 RICHARDSON, LORI- 116, 271 RICKETTS, BOBBY - 251 RIDDELL, STEVE- 126, 251 RIDEOUT, DANA -235 RIETHMAYER, JILL - 235 RIPLEY, JUDY- 271 RITCHEY, SANDRA - 235 RIX, CHARLES- 251 ROARBAUGH. PAM - 1 16 ROBERTS, CATHY - 120, 235 ROBERTS. CINDI - 1 15 ROBERTS, KATHRYN - 271 ROBERTS, PAM - 271 ROBERTS, THELMA- 115, 251 ROBERTSON, BOBBY - 251 ROBINSON, RANDY - 271 ROBINSON,,ROBIN - 235 ROGERS, DENNY -128, 271 ROGERS, MELISSA - 235 ROGERS, ,URBAN - 2511 ROLISON, DIANA-1 18, 251 ROOT. SUSAN - 271 . RORABAUSH. PAMELA-2 251 ROSENQUISTHANGIE - 1 15.5271 ROSS, RICK -1-26. 271 A A ROSSER. BILL -'251 ROWLAND, CYNTHIA- 251 RUBART. TERESA- 251' . RUEPNER, ROELF - 235 RUNYAN, NANCY -251 , 1 18 r ROUSSOS CONSTANDINAS - 271 l'RUCI-I,KIRK-271" . ' RUTLEDGE, DAVID-,252 y RUTLEDCE, KAW-252 RUTLAND. RANDY-235 RYAN. KAREN -.235 RYAN, RI-IONDA-235, 1,22 SAAB. GEORGE-271 , I SAFFORD, KIM - 235 . , SAFRON, ANDREA- 252. I q ISAFRQN. SUSAN - 271 I 1 SAMPSOMDANEILLE -11.9, 271 SANDUFURI, JULIE- 123, 235 SANDERSQLARRY - 235 , SAYASE, CHRISTTE- 115, 273 SAVAGE, KEITH - 2351 SAWYER, JOEL-252 SCHAPER, MIMI -252 SCHAOHELPORD, MARK- 273 SCI-IAPTR, STEVEP- 252 SCHULMAN, ROBERT - 252 SCHOENFELT III, OSCAR - 124. 329 SCHUMPERT, SUZY - 273 SCI-IWEIKARD, JAKE - 252 SCHULTZ, BUTCH - 132,273 SCOTT, ALAN - 273 SCOTT, DICK - 237 SCOTTON, MARILYN - 273 SCRUSSS, MICHAEL - 237. SCRUGGS, PATIY -115,252 SCRUCSS. TERRY - 1 15. 237 SEAMAN. GEORGE TREY - 237 SEARCY, DEBBIE - 273 SELLERS. SANDY - 237 SHARP, MARK - 237,-1330 SHAW, DONNA - 252 SHEAD, LARRY- 237 SHEDD, LAURIE - 273 SHERRILL, KAY - 237 SHEWMAKER, ANN - 273 SHIA, NOREEN - 118, 252 SHIPLEY.,DEBBIE - 252 SHORT, BRENDA- 237 SHORT, STEVE - 237 SHOWALTER, MIKE - 237 SHUMATE, KEVIN - 273 - SHURBET, LONNA - 2,73 SISLE, RANDY - 273, SIGMA TAU DELTA - 1 51 SIGMA T1-IETA CHI- 114, 1,15 SIKES, JOYCE - 273- SIKES, STANTON - 252 SILLS, VICKI -123, 273 SIMMONS, JACK - 237 SIMMONS, LYNN - 163 SIMON, PATTY - 252 , SIMPSON, ROSBIE - 252 SIMS, ROD - 252 SINCLAIR, JERRY - 273 SINGLETON, JUDY - 237 SINGLETON, RANDY - 128,252 SISTIK, BOB - 237 SLOAN, TIM - 124, 273 SLOAN, TOM - 237 SMITH, ALEXIS - 1 15, 273 SMITH, BRAD - 253 SMITH, CASSIE - 273 SMITH, COLLEEN - 237 SMITH, DARLA- 253 SMITH, DENA- 273 SMITH, GLENN - 201 , SMITH, MIKE - 127, 237 SMITH, NEINA - 253 SMITH, RANDY - 273 SMITH. ROBERT - 237 INDEX - 323 .-.,, '1 -YYAW, . .--. -. 1 P-' rx 1 'J F, .,, V wg-,A l.'2'f1, 1. n -, a 459 ' 1 1 on M 'H 1 ., -,S r f.,. . 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Now that the Class of 1976 has graduated, the pages in this chapter of our lives are closed. We can always look back on it, but we can never return. This has been our time and our place but we have so much to look forward too. Our whole lives are before us. My time here has been good, but l know that my life ahead will be better for the years spent here. We will in a sense part company for only a little while because we will be together forever in heaven. CLOSING ,-:sig ,Q . A 'f :Y 1 Qqs ? '55 Q ' vw, N ,af X V N' ef 1 -1 .z X " f - - Fi- " x if f '13-'ig 1 ' '- if X by . fig". - - f '11, .3 4 . Q- if 'tlf 'L Yr 'RX . 145' . g A this Q? f n I, 67" Y .. , .. iq :I , Q 4? f . ,, r Q ff V -. Q 5 ff" , I A ' QR' V O sl! - ' ' ' I 'ol' If ' Y- r, , .. i. ,"y Vu , V if 5 .. y , 'L ' A 1. it X 1 if I L " F N -' sq A vi' 1 4 sf A W. -, f ' . Q ra-" x'3 1 .. f . " 7' F -1. ' 1. ligldf' A 'T 7' ' QF ' ., ' Q A HY U ' L Fii42v7QffggiN3 v , ,v , . ,W I- 1 ff" 45' If , Q ,. Q b , 6 'iff I v Q '21 my 4 AQ e. i V " 1 ,W I 1 'I - - J -Lx' A ' . xt' '. I A rg. 4 'A . sxll ' Qi I , My me N' 'V . 'l 5 'fr-c f"--v fu . Y At 3 'gl I Y 1' ' nl 1 'l f , I I ' , V WA - fl lk? X 4 g Y I 44" I' 1 2 it 4 . nf! ,WH - P I9 . Y- u ,w x 4- 4. 1 ' I fr et ' FI W Q r'1vr'q7s I 7 47 O , . Jo- 'U .- I ai J. 1',' I f if d it 7 , A ' Q ' .2 - , - I .. t s, Q' :QM 3 i v EDITOFFS NOTE I I 1 fi" "ff 1 -.4 . ' 54,75 ' L 1 v There are many people that I would Iiketto ' -It 4 thank for their part in this book. First, I would like JN I I " tothankthe committeethatchos rneforthis Q' ' ' ft' position. My staff has done a Q 'WB ,ft ' K . book and I am proud of our c ork. l I I . ,Biff would also like to thank Dean lei der lor his' ,, I patience and e Geuragement. I ' I I - Being yearbakimditor is a special privilege. It ' ' was my job tocompile a year for you to look ' ' Q, 5 r back on, something thaw fifty years will be 1 - ' Sh ' even more precious. I 'Ii tp , i PJ, 'H . I H, , 1 ,vi 45560 clones " 1 ' + I -. ' Y ,J1 Q p , I ku f F I 'Z-' I 2 1 5 I 0 . H1- 5 K if 4 i A Q51 ' I ff' ,G " 1 v - I " 2- 1? 1 A . 4 ' -I ' A fef ff '5 'Q 4 , , an , - I :' - ' 51,7 I f ... I A J H t ' I L 1 A v A . al 1 , ' I ' 1 4 i K. a .N f V 5 i ' W if N , 1 Q qi "-I ' r V :aa V K I i U ' , fl . I , 6 , A I , v 7 ' ,G .1 1 Q E' T: 4, it - A ,- . - . E I f u-4 9 I I ' ' " 4 4 ni- -W N N .6 J. Q Ps . ' t I 'A' Av - . Q ' ' I 7 9 0 CLOSING-343 ' L bl M 2 . N .' , Y Y 4 xr I r.. A-r 9 it A , EDITOR: SANDY JONES ASSISTANT TO THE EDITOR: Mark Elippin SPECIAL INTERESTS: Toni Parham, edi+or Sa ra H uTs.+edIer Sfeve Green COPY EDITORS: Debbie Marsh Beffy Wrighi LAYOUT: Lia Wood, edi+or Jan HuTsIedIer ORGANIZATIONS: Randy Godfrey, ediror ATHLETICS G,ayIa Campbell Caren Cox Karhy Curfis Lynn Simmons Jimmy Mlavroulis Gary Davis, Tim W'iIIiamson, edi+ors Di. DanIey Reggie HoweII Vin 'Maddux LIMELIGHT: Ken+ Hun+er, ediror Cindy Linn Tina WeIIs FEATURES: Debbie Dabbs Laure Guyer CLASSES: Suzanne Ward, Connie Laxson, ediiors Karen Thompson HONORS: David Johnson, edifor IVIarqui+a Srearman ART: RoneHe Carr, IIe'rI'eringI Rolando Diaz IcarIoonsI PHOTOGRAPHERS: David Johnson Sandy Jones 'Greg Kinney Sfan HoIIon Dave DiIIard Larry Sanders IR. IVIcEowen Nl' N ai X Q Y 1 w ' , Y , W1 1 il ' l ' E W . ' I Y. I w r


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