Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College - ABAC Yearbook (Tifton, GA)

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dgnsafsfpyfayygy'k 93;: ABRAHAM BALDWIN AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE TIFTON, GEORGIA Vol. 34 1970 Susan J. Redford, Editor-in-Chief Gee haw! Whoa back! Hurry up and wait experiences are many and varied . . . . . . growing . . . expanding. You make the good times yourself. The apathetic and the involved . . . I love it . . . I hate it . . . Weekends ore commutors and residents . . . holey dead. Being involved counts . . . I roads and hot-rodders . . . turn over laugh at it, I defend it . . . rain in the one more time to the 5:30 a.m. train winter, sticky heat in the spring. I . . . sounds of whining traffic on l-75 admire it, I promote it . . . ldon't . . . up and down steps, 20 times a understand it, but I accept it anyway. day! Here's a beginning or an ending . . . here is Dating . . . dancing . . . doubting . . . Your where I belong now . . . THE ABAC THING . . . Contents YEAR'S EVENTS........... THE GROOVES............ Organiza+ions. Publica+ions. Sporfs THE B. P's Superlafives. Beaufies. Who's Who. PaceseHers THE HANGUPS............ Academics, Classes THE ESTABLISHMENT. . . . . . Adverfisers. Sophomore Direcfory, Indexes HWho, me? Don't count me in . . . I'm just waiching. WOW! This place is really with if!" uDon't I know your name? Yeah, I've seen you beforeJoo . . ." "You know, there's Iwo-and-one-half guys to each one of us . . ." I can be alone here . . . or I can be among friends. Why? To discover ancient gods and goddesses, to learn better ways to produce more food and fiber, to understand the biology of life, to hear more about Shakespeare, to obtain a working knowledge of business machines . . . Why ABAC? To prepare for a career in the future . . . to geI away from home . . . to look for a husband . . . to raise hell . . . to experience unforgettable moments of sadness, elation, love . . . to grow up . . . Here's fun. WHY MAKE THE SCENE? : Anahwuw M .M w'avs i THE ANNUAL MOVE TO "MOO U." Why move . . . who knows? I know . . . friendship, learning, independence at last, on my own. Moo who? Moo you . . . Those ARE NOT cows . . . THEY are people, warm and friendly . . . Help me with these suitcases, will ya? Joe, lid like for you to meet my parents . . . "They still havenit oiled the doors, or filled up the holes in the streets . . ." Moo U? Not altogether . . . Welcome to ABAC! The only iunior college with a tractor dragstrip . . . the two-year college with a varied and expanding curriculum, with both college parallel and career technological programs . . . the iunior college that can meet students' needs in any field. BACK AND FORTH,JUST LIKE CLOCKWORK Day students, night students . . . short courses, whole courses . . . over , a third of the student body commutes. a Living at home for the "ABAC years" . . . 3"? early morning classes and part-time N iobs . . . distant parking places . . . lunch in the Student Center . . . traffic iamsatBandS. . . Routine coming and going by administrators, faculty, staff . . . parking spaces marked in green. Just like the "13th grade" . . . the newly married: . . . the adults who direct activity . . . all have a place here. 1,1. I s '5, my wr' E n .r 7" thigh 1,... 1' 1 Wkasi air A 1 4 t t .. , v ,aI'I-uvga I, 'IJQI . ,' .' - .45" - ; .' ' . $100354 'I 1' ' I I :: '!: ' 3 .- 4.". l a , h! -g7!;nln:lm'ci$9x-gfaw . 1648 MOVING PARTS Hey, that's us . . . No, that's not me. I'm an individual . . . Who cares? Yoifre nbbody, iusf like everybody else . . . I hear Ma coming . . . Shut the door . . . Sh-h-h-h . . . "Am I one of those parts? ls THIS a college?" Our busy lives spread . . . yet blend into one. Everyone working together, in different directions . . . but each direction essential for life at ABAC. Each part running on spirit . . . supported by love and friendship. STUDENT $liE-24284-94 DOESN1T EXIST . . . Then who's in room $1: 215? $1: 131 18 is in room 1:215 . . . You mean ole' $1: 13 made it back? Barely . . . the computer kep? chewing mnnlrI-vn .1"..- III;. hlm UP 0 u - LA AGRICULTURAL 0011.565 i Hey JOE? Wanta shoot pool this afternoon? Like P" Tiffon, Georgia 31794 , to, but ole' Eagle Beak wants me for a conference . . . He's worried abbul my Chem marks . . . Eagle Beak's not so bad offer all . .1 . he's concerned about ME . . . Speak to SUSAN GREEN, please . . . SUSAN, BOB . Whaicha doing Friday . . . Oh . . . How 'bout Saiurday . . . fine . . . 8 o'clock, bye . . . Howdy BILL . -. . Hey JUDY, how boutchu bod . . . Hey ED . . . Student $$ 151 17 doesn'l exist, but there's good ole Joe . . . Students here are individuals . . . not iusl numbers. CAN THE "OVER 30ls" BE TRUSTED? He's hard to figure out . . . She doesn't believe me . . . He doesn't care who! grade I make or whether I learn anything. Ma will stand up for you, she understands . . . He's not so old-fashioned offer all . . . Did you see his new handlebars and her miniskirt . . . and those clunky shoes? You mean he is really going to curve the grades? Only three days of class, and he remembered my name! The dean swings, loo . . . Did you see his kiddie dress . . . He can't be all bad . . . Shels really interested in us, how we feel, what we want . . . He can listen sympathetically without giving advice . . . Her concern is what counls. EVERYBODY,S TALKING AT ME . . . Registration, moss confusion . . . no, sheer enioyment . . . instruction, directions, guidance, explanations . . . What are they talking about . . . They're only talking at me . . . "Get a haircut . . . stand back . . . slow down . . . When I was your age . . . Look it up, turn it in on time. Tuck that shirt in . . . one lop around the mound . . . You can't park here . . . Don't be late . . . double cuts on Friday . . . Mail's up!" mmum DONeT HEAR A WORD PM SAYING . . . But I have to have that course! . . . Slow down, teach . . . But, Mom . . . l have been studying . . . Yessir, I thought I had enough money in the bunk when I wrote that check . . . I was sick, all Friday . . . But I didn't regisler for a first period? Is anybody out there lnsfemng? WHATS IT TO YOU, ANYWAY? Home away from home . . . a chance to work and study, grow and mature . . . become a leader . . . discover a world of my own . . . Homecoming and basketball . . . pretty girls and good soul music . . . rainy winters . . . four phones in Creswell for 200 girls . . . Crystal Lake . . . living for the next weekend and a trip home . . . parking down at the Lake . . . rocking on the front porch with my fella . . . Let's gei acquainted . . . My name is Jim . . . warm smiles . . . friendly handshakes . . . genuine interest . . . typically ABAC. THIS IS ABAC Whatls it all about? Striving for an education . . . or that degree . . . or maybe both. . .where two years of prime time living are spent. . . first time important decisions have to be made alone. . . "I am a part of all that I have met here". . .Each student takes part of ABAC away with him when he leaves. . . in exchange for the portion of himself he leaves behind. . . ABAC. . .constantly changing, yet comfortably the same . . .peaceful . . .Southern. . .conservative, with rustic charm of rural America. . . but still alive and exciting. . .experiencing educational growing pains . . . housing new faces and thoughts with each passing quarter. . .each one has to find his own niche here. . . A home for some . . . challenge and opportunity for all. TOP LEFT: Faculfy workshop chair- man and academic dean discuss agenda. TOP RIGHT: Presidenf Driggers lisfens infenfly during workshop session. ABOVE CEN- TER: Adminishafors and factu fake a break from workshop ses- sions. ABOVE: Hands show iusf one sfep of regisfrafion. TOP CENTER: A new arrival unloads suifcase. LOWER CENTER: Busir ness office "moves" +0 new gym- nasium for receiving fees af regis- +rafion. RIGHT: Coeds begin frek from car +0 dorm. YEAR'S EVENTS: Opening Week Brings Multiplicity of Experiences Summer orienfafion for new s+uden+s, in- Jrensive planning by adminishafors. enlighf- ening sfudy and discussion by faculfy mem- bers in workshop paved +he way for Fall Quarfer, 1969. All of Hwiseplus Hue inferesf and assisfance me refurning sfudenf leaders emade Hue process less painless for Hwe I648 who enfered ABAC in Sepfember. 8qu Here were Jrimes when He Jrime cards, We lines. new surroundings, and Hwe pace of endless acfivify broughf forfh some frusfra- Jrions and conbsion. AH wenf +hrough +he regisfrafion maze over in Hwe gymnasium complex. Hwen paid fees and boughf books. Registration Held . . . and Students Begin Another Year at ABAC The ac+ivi+y of Regisfrafion af ABAC marked +he prelude +0 6 year of par+icipa+ion in collegia+e sociefy. The firsf few days on campus were nof cluHered wifh s+udy. bu+ neHher was if a h'me 'For napping. The dormH'ories came +0 life wi+h +he influx of new sfudenis and +hose back from summer vacafion. Friendships were made and renewed among s+uden+s and faculfy a+ +he Freshman Re- cep+ion. a dance gmL Hwe year off +0 a good s+ar+. and +hen +he communify plunged info FaH Quarfer classes. FAR LEFT: Freshman coed unpacks clo+hes +0 be- gin. her college career. TOP CENTER LEFT: Enfer- +ainmen+ a+ ABAC. LEFT: S+uden+s begin classes. TOP CENTER RIGHT: Coeds unload, gef dorm rooms in order. ABOVE: Sfudenfs go +hrough Hue experience of regisfrafion. Dignilaries, Drama Attract Students, Visitors ABAC and ifs people honored one of ifs mosf disfinguished alumni and ifs leading benefacfor on George Conger Day in TiHon. Dr. Conger. a na'rive TIH Counfian who finished ABAC and wenf on +0 become a highfy successful physi- cian and businessman. was wtefed wi+h a parade in downfown TiHon and lafer a banquef in Hue college dining hall. Georgia's governor, +he Honorable Les- +er G. Maddox, was among Hwose speak- ing in fribufe +0 Dr. Conger! his accom- plishmenfs. and mosf parficula'rly. his in- +eres+ in educafion. During +he banquef program, Dr. Conger presenfed 166.666 shares of sfock in +he Conger Life In- surance Company +0 +he college. Appearing in concerf on campus in Jrhe Jrall was Shoshana Shoshan. an Israeli singing and opera sfar. a The ABAC drama deparfmenf and'fhe Baldwin Players opened +he season wifh Arsenic and Old Lace. Joseph Kesser- ling's hilarious suspense comedy. UPPER LEFT: Georgia's Governor Maddox and +he Firsf Lady visif campus for Conger Day. CENTER LEFT: Demen+ed Teddy Brewsfer sounds his JrrumpeJr as ofhers look on in amazemenf in Baldwin Players' "Arsenic and Old Lace." LOWER LEFT: Police serg-eamL describes plof 0 his "greaf American play" +0 capfive audience. UPPER RIGHT: Officials and dignitaries greef ABAC benefador. Dr. George D. Conger hecond from rigl'rH. CENTER: Cynfhia Lassifer porfrays +he murderously- sweet befuddled AumL Marfha. LOWER RIGHT: Soprano Shoshana Shoshan signs aufograph for Linda Gaines prior +0 concerf performance. Cultural Events Extend Learning Opportunities Offerings From +he ABAC sfage during Winfer Quar+er provided enferfaining culfural evenfs +hrough +he efforfs of +he Baldwin Players, +he Glee Club. and Con.voca+ions Program. A January concer+ fea'rured Hwe falenfs of or- ganisf Virgil Fox. followed by He performance of "The Lady's No+ for Burning" by'fhe Nafional Players. Two presenfafions. "Taming of +he Shrew" and "Cyrano de Bergerac." were given by +he Pacific Reperfory Company In February. Reasons for haHing +he spread of nuclear weap- ons highlighfed fhe public affairs address given by David Lenefsky. policy analysf for +he Policy Sfudfes of +he Unifed Nafions Associafion. A +wo-acf fragicomedy by Samuel BeckeH. "WaHing for Godot" was performed in February by He Baldwin Players. A Jrour show. "The Pea- cock's Tail." by +he Players and +he Glee Club. played +0 numerous audiences +hroughou+ Soufh Georgia on +he sfages of various high schools. mm mm: TOP CENTER: Scene from Samuel BeckeH's "WaH- ders Nn Jrhe Baldwin Players produdion of "Waif- ing For Godof" silhoueffes Esfrogin. Uim Wilsony ing for Godot" LOWER CENTER: Concerf or- and Valdimer Hohn Baileyy LOWER LEFT: Lucky ganisf Virgil Fox presenfed concemL early in Win+er yMoner Griffiny is "caughf" by Pozzo Kenny San- Quarfer. TOP LEFT: David Lenefsky of +he Uni+ed Na'rions Associah'on addressed Sfudenf As- sembly on nuclear weapons. TOP RIGHT Chrisfopher Fry's "The Lady's No+ For Burning" was performed by Hwe Nafional PIaYers in Iafe January. OWER RIGHT. Cyrano de Bergerac refains Hue secref of his love unfil deafh in +he Pacific Reper- +ory Company's penc rmance on February l7. SGA Dances Enliven Campus Social Activity Through +he infensive efforfs of Hwe Sfudenf Senafe's enferfainmenf commiHee and He Direcfor 0e Sfu- den+ Acfivifies, +he ABAC sfudenf body experienced an enlivened sched- ule of Sfudenf Governmenf Associa- Jrion dances wifh a varie+y of popular groups appearing on campus. Among +he groups providing music for fall quarfer dance evenfs were Percy Sledge. +he Teams and He Tam Revue, The Assembly, and Hue Vipfage Sfock. Special dances included H18 lively Masquerade Ball. Hwe annual Fall Formal, and +he eesfive Chrisfmas Dance. W t UPPER LEFT: Halloween "monsfers" view fable decorafions at Masquerade Ball. LOWER LEFT: "Jailbird" and "The Cop" appear as fwosome. TOP CENTER: Peanufs' Charlie Brown and Snoopy behold "'rhe GrewL Pumpkin" and refreshmenfs af Masquerade Ball.- LOWER CENTER: Marynelle Fresh moves wifh +he music af Chris+mas Dance. UPPER RIGHT: Percy Sledge enferfains large sfu- demL audience in Odober. LOWER RIGHT: "Robin Hood" and his lady enioy fesfivifies a+ Halloween dance. TOP LEFT: The Leaves of Grass blow brass. LOWER LEFT: A wild and wooly member of The U.S. Kids sfrums his gui+ar. LOWER CENTER: The Sfraw- berry Alarm .Clock came +0 +he ABAC campus in March. TOP CENTER: The Leaves of Grass' soul- sfers. TOP RIGHT: A Tams soul singer emofes. LOWER RIGHT: Sfudenfs rock ou+ a+ one of +he 56A dances. Dances and Concerts Feature Array of Popular Entertainers The pace of enferfainmenf con+inued during Win- +er Quar+er wifh a varie+y of fop groups appearing af dances and in concerf before ABAC and Tiffarea audiences. The TAMS and +he Tam Revue played a re+urn engagement and during +heir second appearance. were made honorary members of ABAC's Phi Sig- ma DeHa frafernify. Coming +0 ABAC from +he Wesf Coasf for per-- formances were Big Brofher and Jrhe Holding Com- pany and The Sfrawberry Alarm Clock. +he IaHer being accompanied by The Eros 0qu of New'York. Sfrange Bedfellows. Noah's Ark, Leaves of Grass. +he Classics Four. and +he Swinging Medallions man- aged +0 provide enjoyable enferfainmen+ for fun and frolic . . . ABAC s+yle. ABAC Dabbles in Politics; Santa Welcomed Early at Festivities Polifics Jrook sfudenfs' aHenfion for a fime during fall quarfer as freshmen vied for Class offices and sfudenfs from bo'rh classes soughf sea+s on ABAC's firer Sfu- denf Senafe under Hwe recenHy-adopfed Sfudenf Governmenf Associafion cons+i+u- fion. Sanfa arrived on campus early in Decem- ber during +he las+ week o1C classes. The iolly old genf came +0 ABAC afop a shiny new frador for a special appearance at +he annual Tree Ligh+ing Program. ,. . . ' .. o '. ' ,rv o "' v- , v , ' f ,3 , O .0 t ' pw , ' . i p O , u . , , , 4' .. ' , 5' X ' D ' ' , , .. , , . . p ' , , , w . V , O r , V' o . . I o I. , p w "6 . O : . A ?Pfesiden 'W A BETTER mamas . v ,..v ' Ah J mwim 2: TOP LEFT: Candidafes' banners inferes+ sfudenf vofers. LEFT: The magic of Chrisfmas is capfured in +he fwinkling lighfs of +he gianf ABAC free. CENTER LEFT: Headquarfers for one candidafe held by-passers' affenfion in TiHon. LOWER LEFT: Minia+ure figure from The Sfallion office serves as free decorafion. ABOVE: ABAC's San+a Claus dis- fribufes candy +0 hundreds af annual Jrree thfing program. Basketball, Student Publications, Rodeo And Blood Drive Keep College HOut Front" A number of groups confribufed +0 +he long lisf of recognifions gained by +he college during +he year. The Golden Sfallions became Jrhe runners- up in. s+a+e fournamenf acfion and +he righ+ +0 represenf +he s+a+e in Region l7 Tournamen+ compefifion. Hundreds were affraded +0 +he cam- pus in April for +he second edifion of +he annual ABAC Rodeo which was inifiafed by Jrhe s+uden+ Rodeo Club In I969. S+uclen+ edifors received +op awards Tor +he I969 TABAC and The Sfal- lion. Associafed Collegia+e Press pre- 3: , . Q senfed ifs highes+ award, +he "All- American." rafing. +0 lasf year's year- book publicaHon. The Sfallion won Jrhe Georgia College Press Associa+ion's +wo firsf place awards for Beer News Coverage and General Advertising Excellence among iunior college news- papers in +he s+a+e. TiHon's sluggish Blood Drive pro- gram was given a fremendous boos1L by ABAC as sfudenfs, factu. and s+aff members ouf-confribufed Tiff Counfian-s by a large margin Tollow- ing a chaHenge issued +0 +he local people by +he college. TOP LEFT: ABAC's Hal! scores againsf Dalfon Junior College in final s+anza of Georgia Junior College Tournament LOWER LEFT: Dr. Driggers presenfs Associafed Collegiafe Press Award +0 members of +he I969 TABAC Sfaff for "All Amer- ican" rafing received by lasf year's edifion of He ABAC yearbook. LOWER CENTER: Members of The Sfallion sfaff display Georgia College Press Associafion frophies awarded +0 +he ABAC s+u- den+ newspaper for BeswL Campus News Coverage and General Adver+Ising Excellence. ABOVE: Rodeo Club sponsors ABAC's Second Annual Rodeo. LOWER RIGHT: ABAC surpasses Tif'ron in blood drive. TABAC Beauty Revue, Giant Pep Rally Begin Homecoming Festivities Beau+ies and a blazing bonfire Whaf a way +0 open Homecoming I970! Days of franfic preparafion and hours of fension were only a few of +he elemen+s which wen+ info +he presen- fafion of +he second annual TABAC Beau+y Revue. The pagean+ Hsehch including +he excifemenf. fun. and safisfacfionhproved 1'0 be weH worfh every efforf confribufed by +he year- book sfaff and +he con+es+anh+s. Tears of ioy. a quick "drag" for courage. a shaky smile. a ripped dress. and a mishap wifh splaHered +empera painf yielded a reigning beaufy for Homecoming I970. Miss Hilda Haskins. And wha+ could be a beHer way +0 gef +he ABAC S+allions fired up for Jrhe Homecoming game +han a bonfire-pep rally a+ Baldwin Lake? TOP LEFT: Miss Hilda Haskins, Homecoming Queen I970. TOP RIGHT: Homecoming Queen and her Court Le1c1L +0 righf: Misses Ann Joiner. Angela Cofer, Arlene MiHer, Hilda Haskins, Home coming Queen: Terri Warren. and Jean Griffin. LOWER LEFT: Homecoming Queens. right I969 Mrs. Jimmy Bearden Hormerly Miss Marolyn Gem and left I970 Queen Miss Hilda Haskins. LOWER RIGHT: Pep rally bomcire silhoueffes ABAC cheer- leader. 62nd Annual Homecoming Celebrated on February 14 ABAC's 62nd Annual Homecoming celebra+ion broughf back +he old grads and aHrached many of +he insfifufion's sfudenfs and academians wifh all ifs fes+iv iey-speeches, award pregenfafions. decorafions. ski+s. baske+ball ac'rion. and dance. Two new men's dormi+ories were dedicafed in honor of Hue la+e Frank 6. Branch, a former presi- denf of +he college, and Coach Orion Mifchell. Weekend excifemenf reached HS peak during a "+oo-close-for-comfor+" baske+ball +il+ which ended wi+h +he Golden Sfallions ahead of Soufh Georgia. 87-84. Dormifory decorafions. cenfered around +he +heme "I970 Space Odyssey." were exfraordinary . . . an adual blasfoff from +he Cape Comer pad. 6 visi+ +0 +he moon. a Sfallion jumping over +he moon. Finalizing weekend acfivHies was +he Homecom- ing Dance feafuring Jthe music of Sfrange Bedfel- lows and Noah's Ark. EIIEIEIIIDQIIKIWIIIKIIIIII TOP LEFT: Flowers boosf spirif af Homecoming. LOWER LEFT: Alumni regisfer for morning evenfs. TOP CENTER: Dr. Driggers congrafula+es Jim Dunn on his Grandbaby of +he Year Award as proud mofher, Mrs. Maggie Goodman Dunn. wa+ches. TOP RIGHT: Tim Dominey blocks Soufh Georgia player's pass af Hue Homecoming game. LOWER RIGHT: Comer Hall prepares dorm th Home- coming decorafions. ABOVE: Home Economics Club parficipa+es in Homecoming Skif Night Sfudenfs' Spring Fever HCured" by Final Exams and Graduation Whaf is if +ha+ makes Spring +he hardesf quar+er of +he year? Could if be +ha+ sfudenfs wanf +0 skip classes and soak up some sun, fill up an ice chesf and head for Crys+al Lake? And one never knows whaf can be learned from a gabfes+ around +he pool. A walk around Baldwin Lake. carefree days. and unplanned weekends a+ Day+ona Beach are Spring Quar'rer a+ ABAC. Bu+ +hose lasf few days somehow seem +0 make sfudenfs gef down +0 +he real niHy-griHy of col- lege life-finals. S+uden+s know +hey're coming: +hey knew since regisfrafion and We itirswL day of class: bu1L somehow. +hey managed +0 pmL Hie in- evifable ouf-of-mind unfil Jrhey're in Hue midsf of cramming. pafronizing Coke and candy machines. eah'ng less. and worrying more. Whaf's +he ou+come7 Involvement sharing. ac- complishing. learning. achieving. knowing GRADUATION. FAR LEFT: "In Spring 6 young man's fancy +urns +0 ..." Ancl +his' +00 happens a+ ABAC. TOP CENTER: S+uden+s anxiously look hr final grades. LOWER LEFT: Faculfy parficipafes in graduafion. ABOVE: Gradua+ing class I970. THE GROOVES ORGANIZATIONS, ATHLETICS The heart of the college: social functions, extracurricular activities, exciting competition, involvemenf, recognition. We cheer the ball on . . . only two more points . . . spirited action . . . the thrill of viciory . . . hard-foughf defeat. People who became leaders . . . members who gave aII-imporfonf contributions . . . couches and advisors who contribute strong support. Organizations STUDENT GOVERNMENT, SERVICE SPECIAL INTEREST, DEPARTMENTAL AND PUBLICATIONS l-Barbara O'Hara Z-Jeff Babb 3 Warren Holder FDon Daily 5 Ron Peffy FJulie Robinson 7 Susan Radford 8 Sue LeMay 9 CharIes Gibson IO-Ray Hancock H Twila Mallard I2 Randy Powers l3 Ceil Baker l4-Gayle Bone IS-Terry Basinger I6 Jim Lever I7-Jaye Harvard l8--Ronnie Snuggs I9 Davfd Ridgeway ZO-Linda Yarbrough 2l-Norma Green 22 Maida Ragan 23-Greg Drexler 24-Carson Salyer 25 Ka+hleen Newberry Zb-Kafhy Capps 27;Carfer Hudson 28 Mon+y Griffin 29 Debbie Knith 30 Charles Hall 3I-E'mory Johnson LOWER LEFT: Monfy Grimm par- liamen+arian: Debbie Knight secre- +ary: Charles Hall. presidenf; and Emory Johnson. vice prestenf. TOP: Tuesday nigh+ session of +he Senafe gefs underway. ABOVE: Charles Hall. 56A President STUDENT SENATE: Adapts to Provisions Of New Constitution ABAC's firsf Sfudenf Senafe was elecfed during +he fall and organized +0 adminis+er +he provisions of Jrhe S+uden+ Governmenf AssociaHon consfifu- +ion which was adopfed by +he sfudenf body Iasf spring. SGA Is composed of s+uyiden+ body officers. and class officers, plus senafors who are represenfahves from Jrhe Inferclub Council. and sena+ors elec+ed by +he sfudenfs. In addihon +0 adapfing +0 +he provisions se1' for+h by Jrhe new consfifufion. members of Jrhe Senafe debafed and planned for amending +he consfiquon in eHorfs +0 implemenf Jrhe sfrucfure of +he documenf and ifs provisions. Included in such plans is a judicial branch of government SGA-sponsored evenfs demanded +he aHen'rion and energy of Senafe members as +hey worked foge+her +0 offer meaningful programs for ABAC sfudenfs. Nameebands for numerous dances were broughf +0 campus: movies were shown frequenHy: falenf shows and concer+s were presenfed a+ regu- lar in+ervals. Sena+e members provided service during regis- +ra+ion and orienfafion as well as +0 sfudenrfs during Jrhe 56A book sales. An SGA office became a realify +his year which made possible more effecfive communicahons be- +ween s+uden+s and SGA, and SGA and Jrhe admine isfrafion. The governing body cooperafecl wifh Jrhe edifors of The Sfallion in publishing AWAB. ABAC's firsf such schedule bullefin for sfuden'rs. INTERCLUB COUNCIL: Coordinates Student Activities on Campus ABAC ac+ivi+ies gained recognifion +hrouqh Infer- Club Council exhibifs dis- played a+ +he Coasl'al Plain Fair and during Careers Day. The council. a body composed of all ABAC organizalions' presidenls. coordinlaled clulo par+ici- pa+ion In Homecoming evenls in February. During i+s firs+ year of exisfence under +he new SGA conslilulion. +he council recognized sev- eral problems and needs of sludenfs and pre- senfed +hem +0 Hie Sfu- clenf Senale lor aclion. The council is slrucfured so Hwaf all clubs are broughf fogefher in a uni+ed ellomL +0 promol'e be++er communica+ion befween +he various groups. l Arlene Miller 9-Danny McClellan Z-Jaye Harvard lkJon Darby 3 Kafhy Brown ll-Russell Brooks 4-.Carson Salyer I2 Mon+y Griffin 5 -Larry Parker l3 Jelf Babb 6-Joe Humphrey IFJohn Flythe 7-Emory Johnson IS-Charlie McAuley B-Greg Drexler OFFICERS: Emory Johnson. chairman: Jeff Babb. vice-chalrman: Russell Brooks. reporfer: Barbara O'Hara. secrefary. I-David Wansley 2 Todd Erickson 3v-Randy Curles 4HDavid Ridgeway 5 Bur+ Leeder 6 David Rifch 7 Was+on Graydon 8 Bubba Harrison 9- John Lane lOaSim Coleman I I-Tom Harris I2 Elfon Maddox l3-Charles Hall I4v-Mike Collins lS-Hal Chambless ROTARACT: Proiecfs Aid Campus And Tifton Community The ABAC chapfer of Rofaracf became Georgia's second chapfer on a college campus under +he sponsorship of Rofary ln+erna+ional during winter quarfer. Among +he newesf groups 5+ ABAC. Rofaracf is a service club wifh members selecfed on Hue basis of faculfy recommenrdafion and +he aHain- menf of a 2.0 academic average. Service projecfs include acfivffies for +he benefif of Hue ABAC campus and TiHon communify. OFFICERS: Bubba Harrison, president Mike Col- lins. vice president Randy Curles, secrefary: Fer- nando Cheverria, freasurer; Mr. Gaines. advisor. OFFICERS: Jaye Harvard. president Susan Rad- ford. vice president Maida Regan. Kafhy Capps, freasurer. ALPHA K: secrefary: Women's Service Organization Operates Concession Stand, Promotes Blood Drive Invaluable service was provided by The members of Alpha K as Huey operafed +he during baske+ball games and assisfed concession sfand in Hue sale of Jrhe Baldwm Boosfers' season fickefs +0 +he ABAC cage confesfs. Alpha K served as ushers for concerfs and members frequenHy plays on campus, and +hey aided Circle K in several acfivifies. The club sponsored several after game dances and promofed +he blood drive a+ ABAC. Frui+ baskefs were given by +he group +0 residenfs of nursing homes in Hue TiHon com- munify. Funds for service proieds were raised +hrough car washes. candy sales. and +he selling of mums for Homecoming. Organized +hrough +he efforfs of Circle K during 1969, Alpha K is an organizafion formed +0 provide inferes+ed ABAC women wifh +he opporhmify of serving ofhers while beHerIng +hemselves +hrough group acfivify and fellowship. RIGHT: Concession sfand af baskefball games is operafed as a service by fine members of Alpha K. FAR RIGHT: Jaye Harvard. Alpha K president Linda Green Debbie Boofh Suzanne Land Brenda Deal Suzanne Elliof Debbie Moofe Jane Waldrop Julie Robinson Kafhy Capps Maida Ragan IIEGail Rogers 12 Be++y Hodges l3 MaryneHe Fresh I4 Sandra Dean I5 Sandy Morris Ib-Twila Mallard I7uDianna Carlfon I8v-Kafhy Harmon l9-mGaH Williams ZO-Kay Eubanks 2I Dale GresseHe 22-Lucina O'Neal 23-Duke Snyder ZkCarolyn PiHman 25-Susan Moss 26-Norma Green 27 Debbie Knith 28-Sherrell Harrell 29 89++5 Baker 30 Ann Willis 3l-Jaye Harvard 32-Sherry Evans 3'3-Nancy Branch 34-Norma Bacon 35-Donna Harpe 36--Sandra Flefcher 37--Susan Radford CIRCLE K: Provides Funds, Labor for New Front Walk on Campus The provision of funds and labor for +he con- s+ruc+ion of +he new sidewalk on Hue fromL of +he campus leading +0 +he Adminisfrafion Building was iusf one of +he numer0us proiecfs complefed by Cirde K. a service organizafion for ABAC men. ther Circle K acfivifies were +he presen+a+ion of a +aien+ show and a planned recrea+ional pro. gram for underprivileged children. +he publicafion of a s+uden+ direc+ory. promofion of and donafions +0 +he blood drive. and manpower u+ilized in Hwe prepara+lons for and clean up affer SGA dances. Members of Circle K seek +0 uphold Hwe demor crch way of life and +0 serve campus and com- munHy. IeJoe Boafrigh? Z-Mike Crowder 3iJoe Weber 4-Pl'wiHIp Maxwell 5-Skipper HaH 6-eRonnIe Snuggs 7:Walfer Young 8-Gvorqe Smifh QeMarvin Duren ngCarson Salyer lI-Kenny WiHs lZ-Chuck Bradley IBeJim Haygood I4-vMike Silcox IS-Ben Pool IbrwJohn Lane l7eDus+y Durden I8eCharles Hall 19-Wayne Middlefon ZOeKen Halcoif ZleeEddIe KnowHon ZZhKenny $+ephens 23wRandy Angle 24-Jon Darby 25eEmory Johnson ?beJaCk Darly 27-Dale Shiqkland 28-Larry Gray 297Tom Johnsfon 30tJoyce Caqle 3I--rCarfer Hudson TOP LEFT: Ronnie Snuggs. vice president Carson Salyer. presi- denf: Larry Gray, sec- refary: and Carfer Hudson, freasurer. TOP RIGHT: George Smifh surveys for Cir- cle K's consfrucfion of fronf walk. LEFT: De- lighfed child views en- +er+ainmen+ provided af Circle K Talenf Show. BELOW: Mem- bers parHcipafe in Talen+ Show. 54 C OMPASS CLUB: Pilof-Sponsored Service Group Secures Charter from SGA Having secured ifs charfer during ncall quarfer. +he Compass Club became one of ABAC'S young- es+ organizafions. The club is a service group for college women who seek +0 build leadership. char- ac+er. and scholarship while serving campus and communHy. Compass Club was organized +hrough +he spon- sorship of +he Pilo1L Club of TiHon. OFFICERS: Jean Reese. president Jinny Tunison. 'vice president Becky Brannon. secrefaryr Mrs. Eunice Mixon. advisor. l-Kafhryn Hobbs 2 Nancy Massengale 3-Carolyn PiHman 4--Ginny Tunison 5--Joyce MCEIveen 6-Gayle Bone 7-Eunice Hesfer 8 Sheila Rogers 9 GIenda Law IO Marward Morgan I I-Joanie McNair I2 Debb?e Knith l3'vKay Odom IFLinda Gaines I9 1----" Aaagamu-lx. .nanaa-Iu , a-Iulnnun C Annlnu-Ilafy Julio Herrera 5-Tony Osai Fernando Cheverria 6-Mahmaud Ben A. Aidoo Aboula Rassouli Nezarafizadeh 7.-Sean Sfevenson '?' It ' 4-I-E-Ilili J'r----I-F I, . l 1 IE, : IE' I: llL El? !$ h INTERNA TIONAL RELA TIONS: Fosters Understanding, Promotes Scholarship During ifs second year, ABAC's lnfernafional Relafions Club promofed scholarship and provided ifs members wifh a beffer undersfanding of Amer- ican cuHure. The club. composed primarily of foreign sfudenfs aHending ABAC. is an independent non-secre+ organizafion. Members fake several excursions in fhe Soufheasf during +he year and provide pro- grams for a number of civic clubs in TiHon and surrounding area Jrowns. OFFICER: Sean S+evenson. president PHI SIGMA DELTA: Proiect Provides New Signs For Dormitories on Campus New signs for ABAC'S residence halls +ook +he energies of Phi Sigma DeHa members during Hm year. In addi+ion, plans Were invi+ia+ed +0 cons+ruc+ a new college sign br +he enhance +0 +he campus on Hme soufh side of +he gymnasiUm. Phi Sigma DeHa promofes bro+herhood on +he ABAC campus and seeks +0 serve s+uden+s. factu and sfaff. l John Flyfhe 2 Gordon Dunaway 3 Chuck Thompson FByron Jeffers 5 Tom Sfephens 6 Ralph Powell 7-WaHer Kreske 8 Eddie Teague 9 George McMiHan 10 Jar5s Holcomb I l- CIH1t Taylor I2 Royce Presley I3 -David Owens I4--Benne++ Luke l5 Jimmy Chambers lb-Don Almond l7 David Giddens l8 David Henderson l9 Danny Powell 20 Buddy Kelly 2IrEddie Webb 22 Don Daily 23 Charlie McAuley 24-Pe+e Nelson 25-Danny Brock Zb-Glenn Mar'rin 27-Wayn2 Eubanks 28 Bill Gillis OFFICER: John Fly+he. presidenf. PEP CLUB: Plans Organized Card Section, Boosts ABAC's School Spirit l-Eynn Favero The sponsorship of bus fransporfafion for sfu- 2-Vickie Davis den+s +0 ouf-of-fownl baske+ball games was +he tixljipmfarrr: Pep Club's maior proiecf during +he year. Mem- S-Jeannie Breiflow bers assisfed +he cheerleaders in preparing spirif 6 Jo Harris 7-Jaye Harvard boosfers prior +0 games. and +hey worked foward 3 D0nna Harpe +he organiza+ion of a card secfion for games. 9 N0rm5 Bacon The club was inifially formed +0 give added lO-Beffy McLendo . . . Ilv-Debbie Knighf suppor+ +0 a+hle+lc +eams +hrough Hue confrlbuhons 'Z-Kaihy Hanse of service and enfhusiasm before and during games. OFFICERS: Donna Harpe. president Do'r Hall. vice president Cafhy Hause, secrefary; Norma Bacon. public relafions: Mr. James Griner. advisor. t' 3 M -a .3; .v .u .a VETERANS CLUB: Experiences Continued Growth, Presents Assembly on Karate Experiencing phenomenal growfh since ifs incep- Hon in +he spring of I968, +he ABAC Ve+erans' Club membership has grown nearly seven-fold horn ifs original charfer members. The sponsorship of a child overseas was +he iniHal club proiecf. Among +he popular s+uden+ assemblies during Hwe year was +he Karafe demonsfrafion sponsored by Hwe club. The group funcfions as a liaison for +he sfudenf- veferan. All former servicemen and women wifh Jrwo or more years of acfive service are eligible for membership. lereq Maan QsRodney Alexander 3-ervereH Birch PLoren Sfrickland SsJim Lever 6--KeHh Zeigler 7sJack Fears 8-Terry Basinger 9M4Melvin Yarbrough loianan Jackson llsRodney PeHy IZsPhiHip Hogan I3--Rober+ Taylor l4---Jim Graham ISkRonald Lewis OFFICERS: John J. Crumbley, Jr., president Jim Graham. vice president Rodney Alexander. secre- +ary: Mr. Zabala, advisor. l Max Miles Z-Alfred Purdy 3 Michele Weldon 4-Skipper Ha" 5 Gregg Drexler 6 -Charles Auley 7 Debra Kickligh+er 8-Dan Day 9 Terry Sfrickland CHESS CLUB: Offers Entertainment and Enioymenf to Members Enfer+ainmen+ and eni0ymen+ is provided by He Chess Club by giving +he' oppor+uni+y of ac- quainfance of +he game +0 new players. If also gives +he regular players +he opporfunify of play- ing wifh ofher members. There is no requiremen+ for membership ofher +han Hie desire for an enioyable evening of chess. OFFICERS: Dan Boyle. president Alfred Purdy. vice presidenf; Michele Weldon. secrefary: Mr. Burgess. adviser. wAl - ,. a. . 1" AG, FORESTRY, HOME EC COUNCIL: Panel Structured To Promote Unify Organized for We firsf Jrime af ABAC during fall quarfer, +he Ag, Foresfry and Home Ec Council is sfrucfured fo promofe good will among s+uden+s wifhin Hwe agricuHure. foresfry. and home economics depar+- menfs and +0 keep sfudenfs ini-ormed of progress being made in +hese +hree fields. Conduded each quarfer by We council are a convocafion and a social event The council is composed of +en clubs-aAgricuHure. Home Economics. Foresfry. Poulfry Science. Rodeo, Sadr dle and Sirloin. ABAC AgricuHurisf, 4.H' Ag Equipmenf Technology, Ag Engineering. OFFICER: Arlene Miller. preSEdenf. Ir-Chuck Anderson 6-Andy Sfanfon 2--ArKene Miller 7 Mack Worley 3-Randy Glisson 8 Greqq Marfin 4 Ricky Allen 9 PhiIip Hogan 5 6'800 Lee lOr-Jimmy Rich I Norma Green ll-Arlene Miller 2 Ceil Baker 12$Ronnie Snugqs 3;Hub Daniel l3 Mary Ann Ellis 4-Georqe Lee l4-Andy Burns 5-Susan Moss IS-Eddie KnowHon 6 Karhleen Newberry lbusue LeMay 7-Philip Maxwell l7-John Lane 8 AChar1es Hall l8--Merry Holland 9 Pau! Eason l9 Mon+y Griffin IO-v-Gayle Bone OFFICERS: Mon+y Griffin. presiden+: Gayle Bone. girls' vice president Linda Harris. secrefary: Eddie KnowHon. boys' vice president Tyron Spearman. advisor. 4-H CLUB: Serve as Hosts for Collegians' Annual Weekend at Rock Eagle ABAC'S 4-H Club served as hosfs for +he annual 4vH Collegiafe Weekend. a mee+ing of college groups from +hroughou+ Hue Soufheasf. held in Hue fall af Rock Eagle Sfafe 4 H Cenfer. Among +he organizafion's varied ac+ivi+ies were parficipaHon in +he Conger Day Parade and Careers Day Ac- fivifies Fair, +he furnishing of a desk anfiqued by members for +he SGA office, guidance for area high school 4-H groups, and several fund-raising proieds. AG CLUB: Activities Increase Membersh Knowledge of Agriculture The frequency of proiecfs provided a full pro. gram of acfivify for +he members of Ag Club. an organizahon which seeks +0 expand members' knowledge of, agricuHure as well as provide enjoy- meniL during +he learning process. A car wash and gafhering +he pecans from cam- pus frees provided funds for +he group which promofed agricuHure and ABAC th parficipa- Jrion in Careers Day, +he Coasfal Plain Fair, and Homecoming. L'Larry Hadden ll-Amelia Duke ZiRicky Allen IZhJanice Brown 3hHarold ,Wilson I3hCeil Baker 4MHub Daniel MwConnie Burk 5-Chuck Anderson IShColeman Hadden 6-Andrew Avery Ithenny Deal 7--David Wansley I7-Todd Erickson 8;Louis Newsome IBhGIenn Lee ??Larry Wilson I9hJimmy Rich thMr. SibbeH ZOhVirgil Mcln+yre OFFICERS: Benny Deal. president Chuck Anderson. vice president Randy Glisson. secre+ary; Hub Daniel. frreas- urer; Dr. McCain. adviser. IiBerxL Leeder 2--Troy McCorkle 3 Jack Payne PDavid Roqers 5--Haine Guillebeau 6MJohn Kidder 7wFrank Merkle 87Marvin L. Dewberry 9 Tom Johnsion IO-rScof Jenkins PRE-VET CLUB: Group Acquires Experience From Excursions, Proiecfs Tours of We Coasfal Plain Experimenf Sfafion Animal Disease Laborafory and +he veferinary schools of higher instquions provided Pre Ve1L Club members wifh in-depfh knowledge of veferinary medicine educafional program, +he profession, and ifs opportunifies. Members of H19, organizaHon musf be sfudenfs enrolled as pre-veferinary medicine maiors. OFFICERS: Jack Payne, presiden+: SCOH' Jenkins. vice president Troy McCorHe, secre+ary: Burf LiHle, freasurer; Dr. Powell and Dr. Nicholson, ad- visors. HOME EC CLUB: Catering Provides Convenient Service for Campus Community on Special Occasions A s+andou+ among Jrhe Home Eco- nomics Club's many proiecfs was +he confinuafion of a cafering which so convenienfly provided de- licious refreshmenfs for many occasions, such as +he Fall Formal, Masquerade Ball. Communicahons Halloween Parfy. and Careers Day. Buf cafering for special even+s did service no+ occupy all of +he club members' Home Ec Club assumed many ofher proiecfs. including +he judging of +he Swee+ Pofafo Fesfival Recipe Confesf in Ocilla, conduding fime: +he a Chrisfmas Decorafions Workshop. publishing a cookbook. holding a cam- puswide Mending Day, and ofher so- cial even'rs when +hey served as hosfesses. The purpose of Jrhe Home EC Club is +0 ex+end +he educaHon and science of home economics and +0 provide opporfunHy for professional develop- men+ by college s+uden+s. Home ecoa nomics maiors and sfudenfs enrolled in one or more home ec classes are eli- gible for membership in +he ABAC TOP LEFT: Home economics group from ABA! visi'rs professional home economist Miss Elizabe+ Downey kenfed. BOTTOM LEFT: OFFlCERS Vicki Davis. parliamenfarianq Gayle Bone, firsf Vic chairman: Jean Reese. secrefary; vMary Ann EHis freasurer; Norma Green. publicify chairman Suzanne Hickey. second vice chairman; Sue LeMa proiecfs chairman; Arlene Miller. presiden+ Glenda Sue Law, his+orian. FAR RIGHT: Arlen. Miller. presidemL of Home EC Club. Gayle Bone Vicki Davis Eunice Hesfer Claire Hafcher Doni Webb Jean Reese Georgia Ann Vickers 8 AmeIia Duke 9-Barbara O'Hara 10 Susan Moss I l Janice Cribb 12 GIenda Sue Law l3 Ka+hy Mashburn IFMargie Mullins IS-Arlene Miller l6 Mary Ann Ellis I7 Ka1hy Sfallings IB-Norma Green l9 Marie Webb 20-Debra Day 2l Mrs. Lindskog 22-Judy Miller 23-Carole King ZkSue LeMay 25-Gail Darby 26 Suzanne Hickey AG ENGINEERING CLUB: Exhibit Promotes College, Aq Enqineerinq Club members promofed aqriculfure and Hue coHeqe wifh an exhibif on Careers Day and raised Funds +hrouqh H19 sale of bumper s+fckers. The club sponsored a dance on campus and made frips +0 +he LiHislon lmplemen+ Company in Albany and +0 +he Universify of Georgia College of Agri- cuHure. The orqanizafion aids agricuHure engineer- ing maiors In broadening Hwefr educafion +hrouqh experience and knowledge gained as club members. OFFICERS: Joe Humphrey, president Dice Roberfs, vice presidenf: Ricky Allen. secrefary: Kenny Wills, repor+er: Mr. Marshall Gum. ad- visor ' A Pm: Agriculture l-iDempsev Wrighf Z-James Hall 3 Jn Tvmn 4777Kenny Wills 5-7 R'mnie Toler 64-OHG AHWn 77 Bill Will: 8-ABarnev Barnes 9 -Mike Parfen loirCharles Hobb: H---Bnbbv Gndwin lZ-Wayne Kelley I3vuJ0e Humphrey 14rvSam HIIMn IS-Clav Marlowe lb-aner Medders I777Andv Jackson l8 David Griqqs l9-7 Dice Rnberfs ?O-gLarry Wheeler I-Ka+hy Brown ZhBo Rich 3-Richard Godbee FBiH Woodyard 5-Danny McClellan 6wCharIie Bronson 7theve Griffifh 8;Ron E. Jones 9--Mack Worley lO-Jeff Clemons I IhPenny Gaulfney 12--Rober+ BuHer l3-Georqe K. Dillard MhFrank Hedley l5-Gil Quarrier Ib-Irvinq Van Huss RODEO CLUB: Brings Back Second Annual ABAChs Rodeo In April The ABAC Rodeo Club infroduced +he col- lege and communify +0 rodeo during +he spring of las1L year wi+h +he sponsorship of +he Firsf Annual ABAC Rodeo and broughf +he even+ back +0 campus Jrhis year. Sfudenfs wifh an ir1+eres1L in horses and rodeo are encouraged +0 become members of +he club. In addifion +0 meaningful experience provided +0 club members, Jrhe organizafion also seeks +0 oriemL +0 +he campus communify ideas and acfivHies which would affracf +hose inferesfed in rodeo and living in +he Soufheast OFFICERS: Danny McClellan. president Bob BuHer. vice president Mack Worley, secrefary: Jehc Clemons. publicify: Ron E. Jones, George K. Dillard, advisers. AG EQUIPMENT TECHNOLOGY: Sponsors Dealer Day, Constructs New Marker Ag EquipmemL Technology's varied acfivifies included H16 sponsorship of Dealer-Day. a s+uden+ recruifmenJr program. +he cons+ruc+ion of a new sign for +he Ag Engineering Building. Hue donafion of +hree gaHons of blood. and +119 rebuilding of a Model D I923 +rac+or. The organizafion Is dedica+ed +0 encouraging and developing yOung men's infereer in agricuHure equipmen+, ifs sa!es and service. OFFICERS: Phillip Hogan. president Danny Horf- man, vice president Ricky Griffin. secrefary: Law- rence Zipperer. +reasurer; J. G. Chambliss, advisor. lirMike Brooms ZirHomer Carver 3-Danny Tabb PDanny Horfman S-ADavid Tyson 6-CharWe Gunfer 7 Joe Yawn 8--PhiHip Hogan 9 Car+er Hudson IO-OHie Hartman II Ricky Griffin ENGlNEERmG M TECHNOLGSY szTunr "WUBTRY 3'59 MEL -ill Quarier 5-Cherry Walden immy MCAlphee 6-Mr. George Dillard ndy Sfanfon 7-Georqe Lee ill Woodyard 8-lrving Van Huss SADDLE AND SIRLOIN: Promotes Livestock Judging Team; Takes Field Trips In developing a greafer knowledge of livesfock. promofed +he ABAC Livesfock Judging Team, wifh +he +op sfudenfs being selecfed 'For parficipafion a+ +he lnfernaHonal Livesfock Show in Chicago. Field frips included visifs +0 a diversified lives'rock farm and +he Universify of Georgia College of Agriculfurei S+uden+s showing in+eres+ in any phase of livesfock producfion. breeding. feeding. and managememL are eligible br membership. OFFICER: Andy Sfanfon, president POULTRY SCIENCE CLUB: Sponsors Popular Chicken Barbeques Sou+herners' Jrasfe for good food provided We Poulfry Science Club wifh an ideal fund-raising proiec+ chicken barbeques. Members of +he club prepared food on many occasions during +he year. including Hie Agriculfure Division barbeque. Hie Welfner Annex supper. and +he annual ABAC Rodeo. The organizaHon. sfrucfured +0 promo+e and recruH' poul+ry science majors for +he Universify Sysfem of Georgia. affended +he Soufheaerern PouHry and Egg Associafion convenfion in A+Ian+a and made a fishing frip excursion in +he spring. OFFICERS: Mike James. president Phil Norman. vice president Alex Sesk, secrefary: Alex Aycoch. +reasurer: Tyron Spearman. advisor. F-Curry Hogan 2 Punk Wamrs 3 Johnny McDonald 4-aTyron Spearman 5 John Edge 6 Frank Benfley 7--Mike James 8 .Tom Sfubbs l-Cofch Hark'eroad ZWNolan Haward 3777Hilda Hakkins 4hTommy Mmon 5-7Michael Prevosf bapefe Johnson 7-! ?arry Carter 8h-Ben Hiichcock cF-John Riggs IO-Doyle Harris llhhSpencer Fussell IZ-Gregq Marfln IE-Paul McDonald IPDavId Roberkon IS-hAHred Purdy lbi-Georqe Smith l7aRicky Smiih FORESTRY CLUB: Constructs Nativity Scene for Christmas The consfrucfion and placemenf of +he na+ivi+y scene on campus during Chrisfmas by Fores+ry Club members gave added meaning +0 +he season for +he ABAC s+uden+ body. The group sponsored +he annual Woodchoppers Ball and parficipa+ed in Careers Day and George Conger Day wifh en+ries. The Club is composed of foresfry and wild- life maiors who become beHer informed abouf +heir profession Jthrough membership and par+icipa- fion. OFFICERS: Gregg Marfin. presidenf; Doyle Harris, vice president David Roberfson, secrefary: Harvy Johnson. Charlie Marshall. and Vernon Yow. ad- visors. STUDENTS NATIONAL EDUCATION ASSOC: Hears Educators, Attends State Convention Enlighfenmenf for ifs members +hrough programs feafuring experi- ented educafors was Jrhe focal poinf of programs heard by Sfudenfs NaHonal Educafion Associafion members. The group a++ended sfafe meeHngs of +he organizafion and parficipafed in s+a+e OFFICERS: O'Hara. Barbara presiden+; Fennel. vice president Mrs. Dalfon. advisor. convenfion acfivifies. SNEA, a pre-professional organiza- +ion for s+uden+s in+eres+ed in +he +eaching profession, is s+ruc+ured +0 Culfivafe qualifies essen+ial in a good +eacher and +0 provide for personal growHL James IaMaHn Afes 2-Barbara O'Hara 4-AI Burke B-Sandy Morris DECA: Completes Research, Hears Businessmen Speak 9- Charles Gibson lOw-Nancy Wesf I I Larry Wrighf IZ-Wayne Archer l3-ALesfer Simpson l4-Gary May I5v-AHan CorbiH I Jackie Moye erSue Lawson 3 D:!ow Wheelis 4 Emory Johnson SWJo Brandon biirRandy Brown 7 Ray Turner 8wTrudi HaH OFFICERS: Wayne Archer. president Larry Wright vice president Marlene Wyche. secrefary: Trudy Hall. Jrreas- urer; Alan Corbiff. reporfer; Sue Law- son, parliamentarian: Mr. Lesfer T. Simpson. advisor. Members of +he ABAC chapfer of Hwe Dis- +ribu+ive Educafion Clubs of America gained increased knowledge relafive +0 +heir occupa- Jrional speakers chandising firms. They also engaged in a num- obiecfive from programs feafuring represenfing markefing and mer- ber of research proieds in +he area 0 dis- Jrriloufion, and Hey fosfer school spirH by confribufing +0 scholarship funds and prepar- ing signs for school ac+ivi+ies. DECA is an organizafion which develops leadership abilify, civic consciousness. and $0 cial infelligence. PHI BETA LAMBDA: Enters Competition During Annual State Convention Members of Phi Befa Lambda business frafernify compefed wi+h chapfers from ofher insfifufions 5+ +he organizafion's sfafe convenfion in Jrhe areas of public speaking. vocabulary. Miss Fufure Busi- ness Execufive. Mr. Fufure Business Execufive. and membership. The hafernify is sfrucfured +0 give confidence +0 members and feach Jrhem +0 compefe honorably wifh fheir associafes. H encourages scholarship and helps develop qualifies which will enable members +0 parficipafe effecfively in business. OFFICERS: Kafhy LoveH. president: Maida Ragan. secre+ary: Gail Rogers. freasurer; Mr. Bill Mu'rh. advisor. IhGail Rogers 2--Warren Holder 3-Larry Parker 4-.Joey Boafwrighf 5--Julie Robinson 6--Mr. Mufh 7hBrenda Brewfon ShBeHy Baker 9-Sue Whitfield lvaMaida Raqan llvaara Wass IZv-Harry Warren IBvRandy Brown MU ALPHA THETA: Procurement of Scholarships Emphasized by Math Maiors The procuremenf of scholarships +0 senior ins+i+u- +ions for ma+hema+ics majors was emphasized +his year by +he members of Mu Alpha Thefa, an hon- orary organizafion for sfudenis who excel in mafh. Members promo+ed +he fraferni'ry and ABAC during Conger Day fesfivifies and on Careers Day. OFFICERS: Paul D. Drexler, presidenh Teresa A. Crowley. vice president Mr. J. J. Day. advisor. James Hall FLynn Piffs Kenny Wills 5-Davis Howell .J. Day 6 Greg Drexler PRE-PHARMAC Y CLUB: Exhibits Award-Winning Display, Hears Professional Druggists Speak The sponsorship of an award-winning exhibif in Hue Careers Day parade marked +he progress of fhe Pre-Pharmacy Club during ifs firsf year of exisfence on We ABAC campus. Organized during fall quar+er. Hue club Is s+ruc- I-Mr. Sidney Smith Jrured +0 give pre-pharmacy majors growfh and de- g::jg?g15;::jfl::e velopmenf beyond +he classroom in +heir chosen 4-7Tommy Ga-y field. Members heard a number of professional SnBUddy Gems . . 6wRicky Scarbor drugglsfs during club meefings and fraveled +0 +he 7mGreq Drexler . . 8777C1ark Norwood ph?rma'cy schools faf Mercer Umversufy and +he ngommy Lindsey Umversdy of Georgia. lOviBiH Barnes I lm-Larry Johns OFFICERS: Kennefh Breedlove. president Ricky :3:E:2dgriirles Scarbrough. vice president Greg Drexler. +reasurer: Mammy Brock Randy Curles, secrefary; Mr. Sidney Smi+h. advisor. IS-Gene Wesf wtw-vmaw Mwmw 'mmaqmw Wu 9 . u . 'w'imWthw'y1 , "1:". . y y I 3E ' :55 5, vf. w nda Snyder Lillian Smifh Jenny Tunison Phyllis Lawhorne SqSheila Rogers 6 Joanie McNair 7 Caihy Brown 8-Mrs. LeClaire STUDENT NURSES ASSOCIATION: Publishes New Brochure For Department of Nursing The design. and publicafion of a new brochure for +he Nursing Deparfmenf was no'reworfhy among Hue Sfudenf Nurses Associafion's many recruHing acfivHies. Members of +he group planned and pre- senfed +he winning boofh display a+ Hwe Coasfal Plain Fair as well as an affracfive display for Careers Day. The organizafion aids in. +he preparafion 0 sfudenf nurses for Hue assumption of professional responsibilifies and provides a closer bond and a unified spirif among nursing majors. OFFICERS: Cafhy Brown. president Larry McGee. vice president Jenny Tuanon. Jody Griffin. secre- tary; Paula Wisham, Jrreasurer: Mrs. M. LeClaire. advisor. PE AND REC CLUB: Proiecfs Recruit Maiors, Promotes Good Sportsmanship The recruifmenf of maiors in +he field of physical educa+ion and recrea'rion and +he promofion of school spirH' and good sporfsmanship were H13 Jrwo primary accomplishmen+s of +he Physical Educafion- Recreafion Club during ifs firs+ year of exis+ence. The club. organized during fall quarfer, 'Is com- posed of full-fime ABAC sfudenis majoring in physical educafion and recreafion. Members of Hue group. +hrough parficipa'rion in +he club, seek +0 encourage and promofe higher professional sfand- ards, provide leadership. and serve +he campus and communify. l-Pafricia Musgrove Z-Joe Posey 3 Cheryl Walden PMiHie Williams 5 Byron JeHers 6- Dianna CarHon 7-Raymond Fairclofh 8 Rick Hudson 9bJohn Reicher+ I0 Mike Hambrick IlmCoach Mulkey I2-Chris Tofh l3--Randy Akers I4wJaye Harvard OFFICERS: Gay Israel, I5 Jimmy Allen I6 John Bradley I7-Rifa Davis IB-Gay Israel I9-Ronnie Fifcock 20-Jo Tyson 2l Linda Finley 22 Ca+hv Hause 23-Marsha Hagan ZFCoach Hill 25-Mark Hall 26-Dennis McSwain 27-Harley Sfewarf 28- Elicer Ellis president John Reichert vice president Dianna Carl+on, secrefary: Joe Posey. freas- urer: Coaches Norman Hill and Lowell M ulkey, adviso rs. I A 33E l-Debbie Blanfon 2hDebbie Boofh 3-Vicki Davis FBeHy Rigdon ShJudy Miller 6-Gloria Odom 7-Angela Cofer 8-Rifa Fain 9-Linda Gaines I 0--CurHs Carfer ; 3 3' llhDavid Ridgeway IZ-John Bishop I3hBernard BuHer lFLarry Banks IShJohn Vifange lb'u Dennis Sfalvey l7-Gerald Bishop IBhJimmy Coney l9-Mr. Edwards 20-Charles Gibson ZI-Mike James ZZhRalph Franklin 23-Todd Erickson 24-Georqe Seaman ZShSim Coleman 26-Wasden Graydon 27-Sfeven Scoff ZB-Rufus Harris GLEE CLUB: Programs Include Concerts, Musical Highlighfing musical achiHes on campus. +he Glee Club pre- sen+ed a varied program spanning +he enfire year. Under +he direc- +ion of Ernesf Edwards. +he group gave ifs Chrisfmas Concer+ fea- furing The Messiah. as well as winfer and spring concerfs. The club combined i+s members' falenis wifh +he Baldwin Players for a musical. FanfasHks. which Jroured area high schools. Civic groups and +he TABAC Beaufy Revue audience enioyed special appearances of +he club which gives sfudenfs +he opporfunify of parficipahng in a creafive and musical ac'Hva. OFFICERS: Linda Gaines. presi- den+; Mr. Ernesf Edwards. advisor. PRESS CLUB: New Group Organized By Publications' Staffs For +he lirs+ +ime in He hislory of +he college, a club has been organized for all people inleresled in publicafions. The club was organized +0 give members of publica+ions slalls an oppor+uni+y +0 communica're wilh o+l1ers in +heir field and +0 benee lil each individual publicallon ancl +he college. Al +he HallOWeen parly held during fall quarler. mem- bers decided Hwal +he club would work Jrowarcl a beller quali+y press al ABAC. Memebrs of any publicalion shall are au+oma+ic members of +he club. This year member publicalions included WABAC. The Slallion. The Agricul+uralis+. and H16 radioeTV programs. lhDavld Ridgeway ZeCurfis Carler 3-Norma Green FConnie Burke SeJanice Brown 6-Dianne Nelson 7-Kall'1y Kelly 8eKalhleen Newberrv 9--Marcia Lane IOeKenny Sanders lImTodd Erickson l2-u-MiHie Vaughan I3-Frank Parker I4w-Danny Hendrix l5v-4Debra Kicklighler lb-Sharon Fain I7--eDale Harley IBARene Azar l9hBuckel Kelllewell 20hiClwarles Gibson 2I$ADarrell Morgan 22wrSusan Redford 23eKalhy Masllburn 24e-yJana Anders 25m Karen Smilh OFFICERS: Mon+y Griffin. Jtemporary president Millie Vaughan, organizing chairman; Mrs. Helen Slrickland. ad- visor. l-Carol Collins 2 Merry Holland 3-Kafhy Kapps 4b-aJOn Darby S-Judy Akin 6-Linda Boofh 7 Libby Dressel 8-Carmen Berlanga 9 Jack Hayes IO Paul Campbell I I Kenny Sanders IZ-Carol Collier l3 Linda Yarbrough IFMonfy Griffin I5 Nancy Wimberly IHim Wilson l7 Julie Robinson I8 Randy Powers l9 Mary Frazier ZO-Terry Basinger 2I- Cyn+hia Lassifer 22 John Bailey 23 Melvin Yarbrough ZFCharles Scruggs 25 Andy McLucas 26-Dave LiHman OFFICERS: Melvin Yarbrough. presi. denf: Paul Campbell. vice president Mr. Lew Akin. adviser. BALDWIN PLA YERS: Student Dramatists Present Many Entertaining Productions The ABAC campus and communify enioyed a full year of en+er+ainmen+ provided by +he Bald- win Players many excellen+ producfions. Arsenic and Old Lace opened +he year and was followed by Sfudia Theafer. fea+uring speech and drama maiors in a varie+y of shorf pieces. Samuel BeckeH's Wai+ing for Godo+ was sfaged in. +he winfer. The group. in collaborafion wifh Hue Glee Club, presenfed Love Rides +he Rails and Will +he Main Train Run TonigM on campus as well as on Jrour of area high schools. FORENSIC SOCIETY: Engages in Debate Tournament Activity Members of +he Baldwin Forensic Sociefy pre- senfed a deba+e on He issues of +he Viefnam War before Hue sfudenf body in assembly during fall quar+er. Winfer and spring quarfer adivify in- cluded debafe compeHHOn agains+ Valdosfa S+a+e College and par+icipafion in a deba+e fournamenJr af Georgia Soufhern College. The socie+y promofes forensic skills among sfu- denfs on campus. OFFICERS: Randy Powers, president Mr. Jim S+uarf. adviser. I-Mr. Jim Sfuarf 2 Randy Powers 3-John Bishop FMonfy Griffin S-Roger Collins 6 John Bailey 7 Linda Yarbrouqh 8-CharloHe King 9-Susan Gainous IO-A Painfing II John Vifange l2 S+evon ScoH l3-Kafhy Capps l-Harel Chambers 2 Judy Akin 3 S+eve Baldree 4 -Monica Tibbefs 5-BeHy Rigdon 6-Mike Silcox 7-Mr. Keesee OFFICERS: CharloHe King. presi- dent John Vifange. vice president Sfeven Scoff. secre+ary1 Mary Eliza- zefh Rigdon. Jrreasurer; Kafhy Capps, reporfer: Mr. Vincen+ Kessee. ad- visor. STUDENT ART LEAGUE: Presents Student Creations, Attends Atlanta Showing The presenfafion of art by ABAC s+uden+s and +he provision of creafive assis+ance for +he TABAC Beaufy Revue highlighfed +he Arf Sfudenfs League wifh acfiva during ifs ini+ial year of organiza+ion. Club members. who are s+uden+s wifh an in+eres+ and appreciafion of art visifed a showing af Hwe High Museum of AmL in AHanfa and sponsored a workshop for area college and high school arf clubs. Arf S+uden+s League was formed +0 promofe a general inferesf in arf on campus. +0 expose sfu- denfs +0 more of Hue various ar+ media. and +0 inspire crea+ivi+y and individualify. I-iMary Ann Ellis llv- Gloria Odom 2-Sue Ausburn IZ-Mr. Burqex 3-Twila Mallard l3-vDebbie Knith 4-vBarbara O'Hara l4-Mr. Green 5 Ca+hy POHS 15 Shir'ey Whiddon 6-Raleigh Henry l6 Andrew Avery 7-Eddie Dalion l7-v-Marsha Sullins 8 Nancv Yawn lB-Sue LeMay Q-Robbie Paxion l9-J9H Babb IO BIHy Embry OFFICERS: Jecht Babb, president Nancy Yawn, vice presidenf; Sherrell Harrell. secrefary: Mr. Ron Jones and Mr. Wal+er Burgess. advisors. BAPTIST STUDENT UNION: Assists in Constructing State BSU Picnic Shelter Members of Hie Bap+isf Sfudenf Union gave Hme and energy during +he year ioward building a picnic sheHer on sfafe BSU proper+y and raised 1cunds +0 send summer missionaries +0 ofher parfs of +he world. Two sfafewide meefings were affended by We group which also carried a number of foreign sfu- denfs 1trom +he campus +0 a refreaf d infernafional sfudenfs during Thanksgiving holidays. "k a hxhxdnuuuush ;" 01.niunuvnug "nnununnuq' 1," vuguuuunnq . ,Nhn.hs'uunnun H Htunv-H'H-u' a lv:"0tg"unhat;u .uu..,.,,uuuuuuy "I'anunhuum "u'Ivlygduuunutu , Ac."""w"""""1h , gnu: uv,u,uuvlnun," 'MM "'Hmutuuuu'u "NH; a u "134;?! An I R " w WESLEY FOUNDATION: ViwDi'bbie Blanfon 2 Sindra SmHh 37Doni Webb Members Furnish Tutoring Museum 57AmeHa Duke Service at Herring Church 3:223:32? 8 CurNS Carfer ' . . . 977Ja I Canb Serwce as +u+ors +0 you+h of TaHons Herring IOaChgfl:sGIbson Memorial Church was Hue primary group proiecf ""David RidquGY for Wesley Foundafion. a fellowship of young men Iz-RUSSQH BrOOkS and women on campus Unifed Mefhodisf Church members. In addifion, +he organizafion presenfed for ABAC sfudenfs' viewing a religious film on problems con- fronfing +oday's young people. OFFICERS: Russell Brooks. president Susan Moss. vice presiden+; Doni Webb, secrefary; Frank Parker, reporfer; Mr. Smifh, advisor. VESPERS: Students Continue Religions Activity In addifion +0 Hue regular weekday assembly of Vespers. members of +his non-denominah'onal group held a supper in Fulwood Park and a barbeque in a Tiffon church. The fellowship is designed +0 give s+uden+s an oppor+uni+y +0 con+inue +heir parficipafion in re- ligious acfivify while in college. OFFICERS: Andrew Avery. Jr.. president Jeff Babb. songleader; David Ridgeway. pianis'r: Mrs. Webb. adviser. l Gaer Bone 2 Debbie Blanfon 3 Mary Ann Ellis kSherreH Harrell 5 Janice Cribb 6-Gale Morgan 7 Randy Curles 8 Susan Moss 9 HoIly Harris IO-Ceil Baker lleonnie Burke I2 rJanice Brown l3-Marsha Sullins IFGIoria Odom 15 -Sam Holland lbwLinda Hill I7 Ka+hryn Hobbs lB-Bobbie Jo Wheeler I9-JeaneHe Powell ZO-Coleman Hadden 2I-Jeff Babb 22-Joe Humphrey 23 Russell Brooks 24.-Harold Wiison 25-Sue LeMay 26 Frank Parker 27 Hub Daniels 28-Paul Eason 29-David Ridgeway 30-Norma Green 31-Jack Darley BZ-Glenda Sue Law 33 Ricky AHen 3PReland Morgan 35-Georqe Smifh 36-Charles Hall 37-Andrew Avery 38-Robbie Paxson 39 Mrs. Webb 40 S+eve Garren 4I+Jimmy Rich THE STALLION: Newspaper Captures Top Awards at State Meeting For +he second consecufive year, The SfaHion received fop honors from flue Georgia College Press Associafion for Bes1L Campus News Coverage among junior college newspapers in +he s+a+e. In addih'on, +he ABAC bi-monfhly capfured anofher of GCPA'S firsf place awards Jfor General Ex- cellence in Adverfising. Cifed by He GCPA judges were The Sfallion's exfensive coverage of campus evenfs and superior design and layouf of adverfis- mg. P LEFT: MiHie Vaughan, Edifor- fographer, Fall Quarfer. LOWER hief. TOP RIGHT: Mrs. Helen RIGHT: Dale GresseHe, Business Sfrickland, Adviser. LOWER Manager. T: Gary Farmer, Chief Pho- THE STALLION: Editors Expand Campus News Coverage, Establish Weekly Bulletin for Activities Expanded news coverage and +he esfablishmenf of a weekly sfudenf news bullefin marked +he cons+an+ acfiva for s+aff members on The Sfallion. ABAC'S award-winning sfu- den+ newspaper. The increased size of many of +he edifions provided addHional space for greafer news coverage. more commenf and exfensive ediforial opinion. and inferes+ing feafures. AWAB-ABAC Weekly Achi- fies Bullefinemade ifs pearance on campus during No- vember and confinued publicafion. inifial ap- Dennis Lesnick, Pho- on Monday of each week. Coop- erafing wifh The SfaHion edifors in publishing AWAB was +he Sfu- den+ Governmenf Associafion. The sfaff formaf was organized +his year under secfion edifors for more effedive sfahc par+icipa+ion and confribufions foward +he larger edifions. Edifor MiHie Vaughan served The Georgia Collegiafe Press Associa- fio'n and ifs member papers across +he sfafe as Regionai Direcfor for Jrhe GCPA Disfricf. fographer: Tom Johnsfon, Chiemc Phofographer. Win+er and Spring. RIGHT: Roger Collins. News Ed- ifor. UPPER RIGHT: Rene Azar, Associafe Edifor. Winfer and Spring: Jack Payne, Circulafion Manager. CENTER RIGHT: Linda Yarbrough. Women's Edifor; K'aJrh- Teen Newberry. Fea'rure Edifor. LOWER RIGHT: Mon+y Griffin. Associafe Eclifor. Fall. Curfis Carfer Dennis Lesnick Darrell Morgan Danny Hendrix Rene Azar Linda Yarbrough Ka+hleen Newberry Miffie Vaughan Dave Rqueway lO-Frank Parker II JuIie Robinson IZwCharlene Robinson I3HTom Johnsfon 14-Jack Payne l5 Roqer Collins lb-Charles Gibson l7 Mon+y Griffin ABAC Agriculturist New Magazine Serves Needs of Maiors in Agriculture In i+s firsf NH year of publicaHon. Hue ABAC Agriculfurier serves as an imporfanf communicafor befween +he college agriculfure majors and indi- viduals inferesfed and involved in +he vasf area of agriculfure and relafecl fields. The magazine. produced by +he AgricuHure Club, is issued each quar+er having been iniHaHy published Spring Quar+er. I969. The sfaH is divided info Two primary secfions-e business and edi+orial. Bofh areas of endeavor have enjoyed Hue willing cooperafion of factu mem- bers. businessmen. and professional scien+is+s and leaders. TOP: Jimmy Rich, Edifor; Benny Deal. Phofogra- pher; GIenn Lee. Associafe Edifor; Chuck Ander- son. Assis+an+ Edifor: Mary Ann Ellis. Women's Edifor. CENTER: Virgil Mclnfyre, Dafa Processing Manager: Coleman Hadden, Adver+ising Manager: Louis Newsome. Circulafion Manager: Harold Wile son. Business Manager. RIGHT: Ceil Baker, Connie Burke. Danny Liffman, Janice Brown, Elizabefh Kef- Hewell. David Wansley, Larry Hadden, Ricky Allen. TABAC Staff w CPhs Highest Rating for h69 Effort Inspires Editors of Yearbook Wifh Associa+ed Collegiafe Press's high- 5+ award adorning +he office waH for in, pira+ion. +he s+aff of +he I970 TABAC e+ ou+ in Sepfember +0 produce whaf will. opefully. prove +0 be one of +he mos1L Jreresfing yearbooks ever produced a+ BAC. The ACP award. an "AIl-Ameri- an" rafing, was presen+ed +0 Jrhe college or +he I969 edifion of +he publicahon. Re+urning edifors from +he l969 s'raff SAN RADFORD. Edifor-in-Chiemc were ioined by several new sfudenfs on campus and sophomores who recognized +he oppor+uni+ies and challenges of +he publishing endeavor. Buf even Jthen. aHer a couple of weeks, +he group siffecl down +0 a hard-working sfaff of I4. plus one. Phofographers sho1L over 6.000 picfures +0 produce +he some 2500-plus which ap- layouf and design ar+is+s used a haH-dozen pear up fen. dozen copy pencils . . . : 2 3 3 +ypewri+ers are in a lesser condifion Jrhan in Jrhe fall and Jrhe cleaning woman carried 0qu many, many frashbaskefs full of paper scrapsnunsafisfacfory dummy sheefs. unfinished copy. Buf +he s+aH's efforfs have no+ only used up ma+erialsz +hey used ideas--de- veloped and formula+ed. acfivafed and in- cluded wifhin. +he covers of +his 272-page volume. MRS. HELEN L. STRICKLAND. Adviser KAREN SMITH. Business Manager .. 32,646 . .. ' KATHY KELLY. JANI CE BROWN. Secfion Edifors NORMA GREEN. Ediforial Assisfanf; KATHY MASHBURN. Secfion Edifor IHSusan Radford 2 Larry Presnall 3wHal Chambless PKafhy Kelly SwDianne Nelson 6er5. Strickland 7 Susan Gainous 8 Debra Kicklighfer 9w$haron Fain IO Karen SmHh ll KaH'1y Mashburn IZv-Janice Brown I3 Norma Green GARY FARMER. Phofoqrapher ' m1- IRFSP! ATnA ;" COAST MN m TABAC Staff Editors Seek to Publish Meaningful 1970 Edition The life and spirif of any college is diHiculf +0 present bu+ +he effor+s by +he edifors have been memorable as +hey soughf +0 accomplish Hue ob- iecfive of puinshing a yearbook meaningful +0 Hue people of ABAC. There were some good Jrimes-lofs of laughs, par+ies. incidenfs probably significanf only +0 +he sfaff. Then +here were fimes when He office hung heavy wifh fension, worry. and regrefsea missed deadline. lafe and losf picfures. long hours and overwork. and. even wi+h +he expansion of pages, lack of enough space. Any errors or oversighfs have nof occurred in- fenfionaHy. The edifors gained knowledgeeof +hem- selves. of o+hers. and of +he responsibilify involved in +heir endeavor-and a deeper friendship for +he ABAC communify and Hs people. LARRY PRESNALL. HAL CHAMBLESS. Secfion Edifors SHARON FAIN. Associafe Edifor DIANNE NELSON. Copy Edifor s c .h h. I" II A TENNIS BASKETBALL, S, GOLF BASEBALL, INTRAM URALS CHEERLEADER Basketball Cage Squad Posts Outstanding Winning Season AHhough Abraham Baldwin's Golden Sfallions Iosf in Jrhe final sfanza of Jrhe sfafe playoffs. +he baskefball Jream and ifs 'Fans can glance back a+ +he Georgia Jun- ior College Baskefball Tournamenf wifh much pride. In addifion. +0 winning +he firsf Jrwo en- counfers in +he sfafe Jrourney againsf Soufh- ern Tech and Brew+on-Parker. ABAC's Soufhern Division Champions had +he JrournamenJr's Mosf Valuable Player, Tim Dominey. who was joined on Jrhe AIl-Tour- namemL Team by fellow Golden Sfallion Harley Sfewarf. Wi+h six re+urning Ieffermen. ABAC's Golden SfaHions posfed a l9-ll seasonal record and a IO-Z conference record. De- spife many handicaps and a slow sfarJr +he Jream refurned wi+h +he will +0 win and produced one of HS greaJreswL seasons. The ABAC cagers opened Jrhe I969- I970 baskefball season wifh a losing sfreak. The Timl game againsf Soufh Georgia Tech wen+ down as a loss for ABAC. 88- IOI. The Sfallions showed greaf spirit bmL were hurf by +he hard pressing defense of +he Technics. l-Coach Hill 2-Jad Deafon 3-Raymond Fairclofh PVan Davis SeRandy Akers 6-Don Wood 7eCoach Mulkey BeDoug Mo're 9-Jerry Johnsfon IOeMark Hall IIeElicer Ellis IZ-Dennis McSwain l3-Harley S+ewar+ lFCharles Dieas IS'Tim Dominey TOP RIGHT: Head Baske+ball Coach Lowell Mul- key. BOTTOM RIGHT: Charles Dieas relaxes during haIf-Hme. ABAC'S Sfewarf makes:- in final ,Georgig quk'hjidr: namenf agains'r H Basketball Teast Slow Start Turns Into Many Determined Victories The fide began +0 furn for +he S+allions in +he game againsf Georgia Milifary College. The +eam. using +he advanfages of breaks and feamwork drove +he Bulldogs off +he courf. High scorer was Jerry Johnsfon who sunk 23 poinfs as ABAC s+ampeded pas+ +he Georgia Mili+ary Bulldogs. lOl-85. The Sfallions reared wifh grea+ spirhL and defermina- hon and played +0 win in fypical ABAC fradH'ion during The remainder of +he season. The second win. one of +heir mosf excHing. was againsf DeKalb Junior College. In +ha+ con+es+. Mark Hall sef a school record of scoring an une believable 64 poinfs which gave him more +han hahc of ABAC'S winning score. Af +he half ABAC Was frailing 5l-53. buf in a five-minufe overfime +he Sfallions galloped away wifh a l29-l l9 vicfory. ABAC'S squad sfarfed I970 off righf wifh a 84- 80 vicfory over +he Brunswick Junior College Buc- caneers. Brunswick was oufclassed by ABAC's abil- Hy of making big plays a+ +he mosf opporfune fimes. Harley S+ewar+ once again proved his wor+h in +ha+ game. He was high scorer wifh 20 poinfs and leading rebounder wifh 27. Affer +wo losses, +0 Chipola and Florida Junior College. ABAC once again refurned +0 +he winning column wifh a score of lOI-83 over +he Nbany Junior College Cavaliers. I i i TOP LEFT manen: Mark Hall se+s record of 64 big poin'rs. againsf- DeKalb Junior College. TOP CENTER: Sfewarf gefs +he rebound againsf Brew- fon Parker. LOWER LEFT: Van Davis covers for- ward. TOP RIGHT: Soufh Georgia +eam member evades Dennis McSwain. LOWER RIGHT: Doug Mofe blocks Albany Junior College player's shot Basketball Stallions Chinch Southern Division Championship On February ll. ABAC clinched +he Soufhern Division Champion- ship by sfomping Albany Junior College l09-82. Their greaf suc cess confinued as +he squad de- Jfea+ed Sou+h Georgia College 87e 84 in a Homecoming +hriHer. Being Soufhern Division Champs enabled Jrhe cagers +0 parficipafe in +he Georgia Junior CoHege Tournamenfs af S+a+esboro. The Sfallions drew. a bye +he firer nighf and on +he second nighf played Sou+hern Tech for a vidory of 78- 73. On Friday nigh+ oh +he Jrour- ney, +he spec+a+ors viewed a Jrhrill- ing vicfory for ABAC againsf Brewfon-Parker. Mark Hall became +he supersfar of +he game as he scored. JFor a fwo poin+ lead. in +he final second of oveere. The resuHs were ABAC 77-Brew+on- Parker 75. The final Jrournamenf game on Safurday nigh+ proved +0 be a horse of a differenJr color. Al- +hough Jrhe ecsfafic spec+a+ors cheered +he ABAC squad +0 6 lead in +he firsf half, +he feam 105+ +ha+ lead in +he second half and wen+ for a downfall of 78-85. TOP LEFT: David Adams dunks +he baH. TOP CENTER: Raymond Fairclofh adds +wo +0 +he score. TOP RIGHT: The players gef a pep falk from Jrhe coaches during half-hme. LOWER LEFT wane": ABAC's headmasfer Lowell Mul- key keeps "an eye on everyfhing" during courf ac+ion. LOWER RIGHT: Randy Akers biocks Soufh Georgia's pass. The SeasonIs Record ABAC 88-IOI Soth Georgia Tech ABAC 93-I07 Chipola ABAC IIOI- 85 Georgia Milifary College ABAC I29-I I9 DeKaIb Jr. College ABAC I l4-IOI Middle Ga. CoIque ABAC 68- 67 Norman Park Jr. CoIIege ABAC 77- 76 Florida Jr. College ABAC 83- 73 Gordon MiliIary College ABAC 79- 89 SI. Johns River Jr. CoIIege ABAC 84- 80 Brunswick Jr. College ABAC 69- 95 Chipola ABAC 92-I I I FIorida Jr. College ABAC IOI- Albany Jr. College ABAC I IO- Norman Park Jr. CoIIege ABAC 90- Soufh Georgia Jr. College ABAC 79- ' BrewI'on Parker ABAC 87- Middle Georgia . ABAC 96- Soth Georgia Teph ABAC 77- Brunswick Jr. College ABAC 83- BrewI'on Parker ABAC I I5- Georgia MIIIIary College ABAC 94-IOI DeKaIb ABAC I09- 82 Albany Jr. CoIIege ABAC 87- 84 Soth Ga. Jr. CoIIege ABAC 75- 78 Gordon. MIIIIary CoIIege ABAC 92-I I3 Norfh Florida Jr. College ABAC 76- 73 Sf. Johns RiverJr. College THANKSGIVING TOURNAMENT ABAC 98-I02 C-Zvuhc CoasI Jr. College ABAC I lb-I I4 Norfh Fla. Jr. College STATE TOURNAMENT ABAC 78- 73 Soufhern Tech ABAC 77- 75 Brewfon-Parker ABAC 78- 85 Dalfon LOWER LEFT: Tim Dominey passes +he ball. TOP LEFT: Johnsfon jumps high for fwo more poinfs. LOWER CENTER: Johns+on really felf "leH ouf" when inacfive due +0 broken ankle. LOWER RIGHT: This year's baskefbaH managers were Sol Griffin M and Kennefh Greene lRL TOP RIGHT: EHis makes scoring look easy agains+ Florida Jr. Col- lege. BELOW: Dieas and SfaHions on +he a++ack againsf Gordon Mili+ary College. TOP: Herrera and Tofh discuss s+ra+egy before +he mafch. ABOVE LEFT: Coach Norman Hill. Afhiefic Direc+or. Head Tennis and Assisfanf Baskefball Coach. ABOVE RIGHT: Ed Jusfic. Chris Tofh. Julio Herrera. Coach Norman Hill. Roberf Turner. Mike Hammer. and Ed DaHon. RIGHT: Hamner defended serve as Jusfic backs off. FAR RIGHT: ABAC's +ennis play ers meef in friendly compeinon. Tennis Racket Squad Goes After Another Championship The Jrennis ream has, during four years of exis- +ence, proven +0 be one of Hie mos1L successful afhlefic endeavors af ABAC. The nefmen have. 10 dare. a record of 50 wins and only five losses. lnv Hs firsf year, +he Jream placed +hird in +he s+a+e fournamenf. The second year ABAC again proved ifs skill by capfuring +he sfafe champion- ship, and were fhen ranked +en+h in +he naJrion. ABAC's rackef squad re+urned +0 +he fournamen+ lasf season +0 once again become s+a+e champions and were ranked sixfh nafionally. Refurning from +he I968-69 feam were Cris Tofh, Arnold Renolds and Julio Herrera. Julio had +he disfinguished honor of being ra+ed as an All-Amer- ican player. Tennis New Freshmen Provide Assist Johnny Morelanld. a member of +he I9b7-68 Jream, refurned +0 Jrhe campus and rejoined +he Jrennis feam. The refurners were joined by four heshmenhMike Hamner, a Sfafe Champ in Class C for Jrwo years; Edward DaHon, ra'red for his greaf s+rokes; Roberf Turner and Edward Jusfic, bofh sfrong players wi+h a genuine desire +0 win for ABAC. Coach Norman. Hill was espe- cially pleased wifh his squad and nofed +ha+ +he new members were his "bes1L freshman group yef." TOP LEFT: Jus+ic prepares +0 re- Jrurn volley. TOP RIGHT: Tofh re- +urns opponen'r's serve. RIGHT: Coach Hill. Tofh. and Herrera dis- play Soufhern Division Champion- ship Trophy. Cheerleaders Energetic, Spirited Squad Gives Boost "Gee haw! Whoa back y'all YELL!" The I970 A BAC cheerleaders proved +0 be +he moer spirifed group on campus wifh +heir never-ending supply of energy and ready cheers re- gardless of +he S+allions' scoreboard showing. These vivacious co-eds cheered our Jream all He way +0 vic- +ory enduring all +he +iring road frips. Jrense excifemenf, and somefimes- uncooperafive crowds. ABAC fans wafched +he cheerlead- ers from He scared am-l-doing-fhis- righf sfage info a defermined, clonfi- clemL squad Hwey became. LEFT: ABAC's spirifed cheerleaders. LOWER LEFT: Sandy Morris. Cheer- leader Capfain. LOWER RIGHT: Mrs. Ellen Vickers. Cheerleader Spon-sor. FDebbie Moore 7 Kafhy Hause 8-Suzanne Land QHPauIa WInsleH l0 EIaine Kirkley l-Sharon JeHerson 2-Ann Joiner 3FSandy Morris 4.Lynn HardWiCk 5,-Dof Hall Lynn Hardwick Suzanne Land Paula WinsleH Varsity Cheerleaders Joiner Debbie Moore Sharon Jefferson Elaine Kirkley D01L Hall .r . w- - .yLuRXa-V-k-tf. , . . .. '. v M ; a. Linksters Win 1969 State Championship The golf Jream began ifs +hird year of exisfence here af ABAC during Spring Quarfer. Even +hough +hey were newly organized only +hree years ago, +he I969 +eam upheld +he ABAC fradifion of winning by faking firsf place in s+a+e. and finishing sevenfh in nafional ranking. The I970 Jream consis'red of RobenL TOP LEFT: Bridges prepares +0 Jree off sfarfing a new meet TOP CEN- TER: Womble +eeing off on firsf hole. LOWER LEFT: Morfon Jreeing 0H +0 sfarf new meef. LOWER CENTER: Brown following +hrough on fee shof. TOP RIGHT: Joe Womble. Roberf Brown, Dr. Busbee. Roberf Morfon. and E. C. Bridges. LOWER RIGHT: Coach Raymond Busbee, Chairman of HeaHh and Physical Educafion Divi- sion and Head Golf Coach. Brown, Roberf Morfon. E. C. Bridges. and Joe Womble. all refurners from +he championship +eam. Franklin Dallas and Tom Sprouse joined Jrhe Jream +his year and offered +heir falenfs +0 +he ABAC golfers. The linksfers were un- der +he coaching direcfion of Dr. Ray- mond Busbee. l Ronnie Pifcock 2 Eddie Cowarf 3 Jeff Clemons PJohn Bradley 5 Gay Israel 6-Rick Hudson 7 Cris Webb 8 Jad Deafon 9-Coach Tom Moody I0;Mike' PrevaH I I 4Charlee Holmes I2-John Mills I3 Kei+h O'Mary IPSparky Wilson I5 Bubba Harrison LOWER LEFT: Mike PrevaH pifches a fasf ball. TOP RIGHT: Charles Holmes Jrakes a pradice swing. Jad Dea+on1 is ca+ching. LOWER RIGHT: Coach Tom Moody. Head Baseball Coach. Muir u. f' : $1! :2,- ..: 7?? f? :i' i' 21 ' t g in .25 i253u 3; ,9. v 2' 1 Baseball -a, Stallions Win Division Title The I969 edifion of +he Abraham BaIdwin Golden Sfallions won +he Sou+hern Division of flue Georgia Junior College Conference wifh a I3-3 record. In Hue sfafe fournamenf Hwe SfaHions losf a 20-inning affair +0 Soufh Geor- gia College. which wenf on +0 finish +hircl in H18 nafional +ournamenf. Regarding Hwe I970 baseball season. Coach Tom Moody expecfs +0 puf JrogeH'wer anofher successful Jream +ha+ ABAC afhle+ic fans Jrake for gran+ed. In order +0 accomplish +ha+ HMS season. Moody musf overcome a couple of drawbacks. LamL year's graduafion roufe Jrook away his +wo bes1L hiHers, Jerry Marshall and Buddy WhiHey, and his Two beswL pifchers. Johnny Kirkland and Gary Turner. Marshall and Whifley signed professional confracfs wifh Hue Minnesofa Twins. 2.2..wm2 W 2". x 21'? w ix ., v 'sgjx? , s s,ms :3. Baseball Moody Gets Several Refurnees However, Moody re+urns John Bradley and Ray Corbeff from lasf year's squad. Bradley was +he Jream's +hird leading hiHer wi+h a .292 average. CorbeH baffed .273 and hif +hree homeruns. Mike PrevaH heads +he refurning ABAC moundsmenv. He posfed a 2-4 won-los+ record lasf year buf had a very respecfable 2.5I earned-run average. Ricky Hudson is +he only ofher refurnee from lasf year's s+aff. TOP LEFT: Bubba Harrison is baHing and Jad Deafon is ca+ching. TOP CENTER: Cris Webb +hrows a fasf curve ball. LOWER LEFT: Konnie Pi+cock cafches a ground ball. TOP RIGHT: Gay Israel cafches +he ball. LOWER RIGHT: Rick Hudson shows his good form when cafching +he ball. Intramural: Program Offers Recreation In Competitive Athletics The inframural program 6+ ABAC became firmly esfablished +his year wi+h +he procuremenf of a full +ime direc'ror, Coach Wayne Cooper. Included in +his program are fwo leagueseone for mene anofher for women-which offer compe- +i+ion Jrouch foo+ball, baskefball. ping pong. and spoall. Addifional areas of compe+i+ion are an+ici- pafed as in+eres+ and parficipahon in inframurals grow. Coach Cooper came +0 ABAC wifh +he defermi- nafion, +0 build greafer spirit parficipaHon. and organizahon in a+hle+ics. In +his one shorf year a+ ABAC he broughf abou+ many afhlefic advance- menfs for Jrhose inferesfed in sporfs for pure pleas- ure and relaxafion. The compe+i+ion be'rween opponenfs is keen and intense. The program crea+es a greaf spirhL of co- operafion wifhin Jrhe parficipafion organizahon. RIGHT: Lewis Hall's represenfafives in inframural baskefbaH adion. BELOW LEFT: Coach Cooper relaxes during inframural acHon in +he GresseHe Gymnasium. BELOW RIGHT: Forward Pass! TOP LEFT: Creswell Hall's foofball feam won +he inframural championship during Fall Quarfer. TOP RIGHT: Comer Hall's mighfy baske+ball play- ers. LEFT: Inframural parficipanf kicks off during foofball scrimmage. ABOVE: Many ABAC girls found enjoyable recreafion playing volleyball in physical educafion class and inframurals. THE B.P.tS SUPERLATIVES, BEAUTIES, WHOtS WHO, PACESETTERS The beautiful people: our special ones on campus, the people who know "where it's at" and the roads that lead there. Red roses for the beautiful, awards for the outstanding . . . behind that lovely face is an organized mind . . . congeniality, charm . . . hard work, dedication. "Are you sure you know what you're doing?" . . . I think so, but if I don't, then I'll try again ." Sophomore Superlatives Whok Who at ABAC Superlafives is a word used +0 describe +hose sfudenfs who are represen+a+ive of +heir school and +he ABAC sfudenf body. Named on H18 basis of +heir con+ribu+ions +0 ABAC +he Super- lafives are accomplished in many areas-academics, a+hle+ics. and exfra-CUrricular ac+ivi+ies-in a su perior manner. 836mm co... wk . . . , 2 $9 r Mr. and Miss Baldwin SANDY MORRIS-Cap+ain. Baldwin Cheerleaders EMORY JOHNSON Vice President S+uden+ Governmenf Associafion Sophomore Superlatives Who's Who at ABAC o o a 4 o o I i v x TOP LEFT: Don Daily, On-Campus Senafor. TOP CENTER: Gayle Bone. Vice President Sophomore Class. LOWER LEFT: Cafhy Brown. President S+u- dend' Nurses Associafion. LOWER RIGHT: Melvin Yarbrough, President Baldwin Players. ABOVE: Susan Redford. Edifor. I970 TABAC. Sophomore Superlatives ths Who at ABAC TOP LEFT: Debbie Knight Secrefary, S+uden+ Gov- ernmenf Associafion. LOWER LEFT: Kafhy Capps. Treasurer. Sophomore Class. LOWER CENTER: Charles Hall. President Sfudenf Governmen+ As- sociafion. TOP RIGHT: Monfy Griffin, Parliamen- Jrarian, S+uden+ Governmenf Associafion. LOWER RIGHT: Sue LeMay. On-Campus Senafor. Sophomore Superlatives Whok Who at ABAC TOP LEFT: Jeff Babb. President Bapfisf Sfudenf Union. CENTER TOP: John Darby, Circle K. Bald- win Players. LOWER LEFT: Julie Robinson, Column- ist The SfaHion. BELOW: Carfer Hudson. Sopho- more Class President MISS HOMECOMING 1970 Hilda Haskins Tall and lovely Hilda Haskins. a freshman. from Willacoochee. received +he crown of Miss Homecoming. I970, a+ +he climax of +he second annual TABAC Beau+y Revue. Sponsored by Hue Foresfry Club. H1e capfivafing bruneHe was selecfed from among +hirfy-one campus beau+ies by a panel of four iudges. Hilda is a foresfry-wildlife maior and a member of +he Foresfry Club. She is a dancing enfhusias+ and +akes a special 'Ini'eres1L in. horseback riding. Jrargef-sl'mooJring. hunfing. and fishing. Happy parenfs and friend Dr. Driggers congra+ula+es new congrafulafe Hilda. Homecoming Queen. Ann Joiner Student Government Associafion Angela Cofer Mu Alpha Theta Arlene Miller Home Economics Club Jean Griffin Herring Ha" Terry Warren Agriculfure Engineering Technology HOMECOMING COURT Beauty Revue Judges Select Five Finalists These five beaufies were chosen. as TABAC Beaufy Revue finalisfs and members of Miss Homecoming's court The queen and +his cour+ enhanced +he Homecoming weekend wifh regal dignify. Campus Favorites These campus favorifes were among +he confesfanfs compefing for +he +i+Ie of Miss Homecoming, I970. a+ +he second annual TABAC Beaufy Revue. All of Jthese beaufies, plus Miss Home- coming and her courf. represen+ed Hue ABAC's various organizafions. publica- +ions. and dormifories in Jrhe February l0 pageant DEBBIE MOORE. Rofaracf DEBBIE BOOTH. Wesley Foundafion MARYNELLE FRESH. Alpha K TYSON, Ag Engineering Club DALE GRESSETTE. The s+amon W , 5, ,A TWILA MALLARD. , , MW Esquire, Inc. A a MICHELLE WHITEfArJr S+uden+s' League CATHY BROWN. Sfudenf Nurses Assn. Campus Favorites MARIAN LOBSINGER1 Lewis Hall ; t W Campus 7, V . Favorites W ,7 ' ,n; W -. ; MERRY HOLLAND. Saddle 8W $irlo PATRICIA MUSGROVE. Comer Hall BETTY HODGES. WeHner Hall KATHY LOVETTE. Phi Befa Lambda Not Pictured: PENNY GAULTNEY, AgricuHure Club KRISTA SHIVER. Branch Hall - PATRICIA RANSOM. Veferan's Club DONNA KAYE ROY, 4-H Club e .9 MARLENE WYCHE. DECA VIVIAN MCINVALE. PouHry Science ths Who Among Students in American Junior Colleges Who's Who Among S+uden+s in American Junior Colleges annually recognizes sfudenfs nominafed from +wo-year ins+i+u+ions across fhe nafion. In making +heir selecfions. +he ABAC nominafing commiHee considers Jrhe sfudenf's scholarship par- +icipa+ion and leadership in academic and exfra- curricular ac+ivi+ies. cih'zenship and service +0 H16 college, and fufure promise. gg Drexler Paffy Marchan+ guerife Lumpkin. Linda Yarbrough Jeff Babb Melvin Yarbrough Emory Johnson Linda Gaines Monfy Griffin Roger CoHins Teresa Crowley Millie Williams Kafherine Hobbs Mary Jo Murrow ths Who Among Students in American Y Junior Colleges ron Murphy Fain k Worley Maida Regan ne Miller 7 Jimmy Rich Donna Harpe Who's Who Among Students in American Junior Colleges Barbara O'Hara :.x u Gayle Bone Michael Prevos+ Not Pictured: Kafhy Brown John Thorn'ron Larry Parker William Harrell Kafhy Capps Pacesetters PaceseHers are members of Jrhe college com- munify who, in +he opinion of TABAC edifors. are making excepfionaily ou+s+anding confribu- fions +0 life af ABAC. They may be weIl-known. or Jrhey may no+ be known a+ all. 3qu +he manner in which +hey perform +heir work evidences +heir commiHmenJr +0 JrhaiL acfivify as well as +0 oJrher people. ABAC needs more like Jrhem. Dean Gary BranCh,among ofher Jrhings his firs'r year af ABAC. made popular louol brocade Jries and RC. Colas in-a-can. Aside from +hese, Jrhis youfhful adminis+ra+or s+epped up acfivifies for sfudenfs. including a varied and full program of enferfainmenf. His concern for ABAC and ifs people was besf seen in his keen inferesf of beHering Jrhe college +hrough s+u- denfs' increased involvemen+ in meaningful ex- periences ou+side Jrhe classroom. MOida Raga" is one of Jrhe delighhcully refreshing people on Jrhe ABAC campus. As secrefary +0 boJrh +he Sophomore Class and AI- pha K, she's one of ABAC's success- ful polificians. Her winsome person- alify is genuine, her lovely smiie is cap+iva+ing. She's known as a per- son of discriminafing Jraere and as one who parficipafes in a variefy of acfivifies. Pacesetters Jerry Johnston,ai+hough he didn'f capfure +he headlines aH during bas- kefball season due Jro inacfion while a brok- en ankle mended. was frequenHy Jrhe key +0 vichory for +he Golden Sfallions. Known as ABAC's "iumping jack," Jrhis young man is a friendly individual who is a prospecf for a senior college baskefball squad. A good example of his abilier on +he courf was seen in ABAC'S play again51L Brewfon- Parker in +he Georgia Junior College Bas- kefball Tournament Following +ha+ con- +es+. head baskeiball coach Lowell Mulkey commenfed: "Jerry is +he bes+ compefifor I've ever coached." MISS Rosalyn Ray, recipienf of Jrhe I969 Disfinguished iProfessor's Award. is a cuHured. sophisficafed educa- Jror who is sensifive +0 world needs and wanJrs of people. In her associafion wi+h sfudenfs, she is a very kind. undersfanding person who genuinely likes people for wha+ Jrhey are. As Associafe Professor of Eng Iish. she encourages sfudenfs +0 seek and gain knowledge from maferial wifhin and beyond +he realm of +he classroom. Mittie vaughan,is an exfraordinary person who has given her creafive falenfs and many gruelling hours o1C work Jroward ABAC'S s+uden+ newspaper. As edi+or of The Sfallion, she has somefimes been +he obiecf of +he newspaper's crifics. Yet much of her effor'r has been signifi- canf because she has hequenHy pricked a+ +he very conscience of ABAC'S people and offen prodded Jrhem info acfion. Carson Salyer,a member of +he s+u- denf Senafe and presiden+ of Circle K, has made a fremendous impacf on life a+ ABAC as +he very fine chairman of Jrhe SJruolemL Governmenf Associ- aHon enJrerJrainmenJr commiHee. This capable young man. in cooperahon wifh Jrhe Direcfor of Sfudenf Acfivifies, soughf 0qu and brough+ +0 campus innumberable groups of performers for +he year's highly popular SGA dances and con- cerJrs. In addifion, he worked exfensively in re- searching Jrhe requiremenfs forge largerymore ac- Jrive sfudenf cenfer a+ +his ins+i+u+ion. Arlene M'I'er, presideni oi Jrhe Home Economics Club. is one who quickly esiablished hersehc on Jrhe ABAC campus as "a person who geJrs +hings done." She is a dedicaied leader who possesses much capabiliiy and dependabilify. This sophis- +ica+ed home economics maior is also pres- ideni oi +he AgsHome Ec-Foresiry Coun- cil. She was named +o Who's Who in American Junior Colleges, and she is a member of +he l970 Homecoming Court Miss Sandra Pate,secre+ary +o Jrhe regisfrar, is one of Jrhe Jrruly oqu- sianding members of Jrhe ABAC siaii. As +he "voice" of Jrhe college in her role oi receiving many incoming calls and visiJrors a+ +he Adminisiraiion Buiiding. she is weil- known for her kindness, charm. and con- geniai hospiiaiiiy. She is a good frienda +o ABAC'S sfudenfs, ifs academians, and personnel. Pacesetters Jlm Lever, freshman class presi- dent has made himself Jrhe mafure young man he has become. A veferan o1C four years in Jrhe Marines and combaiL aciion in Viefnam, he has demonsfrafed his leader- ship by conscienfious involvememL in many phases of campus life. His deep concern for +he ABAC communify has focused Jrhe aHenfions of oihers on problems which can and are being solved. This youfh enioys +he good Jrimes offered by college life. buf has already assumed Jrhe responsibilifies associafed wi+h adulihood and is now seek- ing an educaiion leading +0 6 degree in law. Mrs. Helen Strickland is a leader devofed +0 siudenfs and journal- ieric excellence which is her hallmark as Advisor +0 Siudenf Publicafions. She is dedicafed in her efforfs. both in +he class- room and wi+h ABAC'S newspaper and yearbook. Sincerify, enfhusiasm. and good humor characferize her. For +hose who have known her. she is uniorgeHable. She's a person of which one can Jrru'rhicully say: "I'm glad I 555w her yes+erday . . . De- lighfed +0 see her foday. and hope +0 see her +0morrow." THE HANGUPS ACADEMICS, CLASSES ABACts people . . . those who are a part of the campus community. The organization bf our college . . . "But Dean, I iust had a six pack of Cakes" . . . abuses and excuses. Those who teach and those seeking knowledge . . . "You know she's pretty great . . . She even put off the test another day" . . . expectations and anticipations . . . fulfillment. "Did you see that tie he had on . . .Sharp! . . . We try harder, harder, harder . . . Academics ADMINISTRATION, FACULTY AND STAFF ABAC'S PRESIDENT: Energetic Dr. J. Clyde Driggers Gives Remarkable Leadership Progress and qualiiy are +he immedia+e concerns of Dr. J. Clyde Driggers, +he dedica+ed and respecfed presiden+ of Abraham Baldwin Agricuifural College. The energefic Dr. Driggers has shown un- quesfioned devofion +0 his +asks since he became presiden+ oi +he iwo-year ins+i+u- Jrion six years ago. ABAC and ifs offerings have experi- enced fremendous expansion wifh +his re- markabie leader a+ i+s helm. The enroll- men+ confinues. +0 climb. and +he procure- memL of addifionai iacilifies and academic programs has been significant JusiL +his year a new dormi+ory for men was com- ple'red, a new heafing sysfem was ins+aHed. and plans for a new classroom complex and +wo addi+ionai residence halls wen+ +0 fhe drawing board. Dr. Driggers' creafive imaginafion was insfrumenfai in +he originafion of Jrhe Rural Developmenf Cenifer which is now a realify for Tiffon and Soufh Georgia. Dr, Driggers came +0 ABAC as presi- demL in Jrhe summer of I964 affer a dis- finguished record as a scien+is+, scholar, and adminisfrafor a+ +he Universify of Georgia where he was chairman of +he Pouli'ry DeparimemL in Jrhe College of Ag- ricul+ure. He received his bachelor of sci- ence and his docfor's degrees from +he Universi+y of Florida where he laier be- came proiessor of poulfry husbandry. While +he coliege has been his firs+ concern. Dr. Driggers has given leadership fo'civic, educa+ional. and religious acfivi- +ies. He is currenfly serving as grand na- +ionai presidenf of Alpha Gamma Rho and is pasi' presidenf of fine Nafionai Poulfry Science Associafion. He holds numerous memberships in na+ional honor sociefi and was honored as "Man oi +he Yea in Georgia Agriculiure in i964 by Alp Zefa. Dr. Driggers is a veferan of World W H having aHained fhe rank of colonel b fore refiremenf. He is a member of + official board of +he Firs+ Mefhod Church and +he Tiff Coun+y Chamber , Commerce Board of Direcfors. He is panL presiden+ of +he TiHon Rofary Cl and chairman of SURGE. a progra formulafed by him for +he beHermen+ . Tiff Counfy and ifs people. Dr. Driggers and his wife, Doris iDoH a +he parenis of four children. Mrs. Drigg confribufes much +0 civic. church and c lege acfivifies +hrough her acfive a meaningful parficipaiion. FAR LEFT: Decisions. de- cisions, decisions. TOP CEN- TER: Dr. Driggers discusses finances wifh compfroller. LOWER CENTER: Dr. Drig- gers always has a friendly smile. ABOVE: Even Dr. Drig- gers gefs +0 relax. CENTER: Fried chicken ... Driggers' sfyle. LEFT: The DriggersI home life. CONTINUING EDUCATION: New Attendance Records Achieved; Public Relations Develops Improved Communications New aHendance records and expanded offerings marked Jrhe significanf aspecfs of ABAC'S division of Confinuing Educafion. under Jrhe direcHon of Dean Tom Cordell. The confinuing educafion program af Jrhe college consisfs of a series of shor+ courses +hroughou+ +he year. a program of non- credif evening courses. and a public rela- +ions effort The shorf course program 'of- fering business and cuHural ac+ivi+ies as well as agriculfural. received excellenf as- MR. J. TYRON SPEARMAN lnsfrucfor of Poulfry Science and Direcfor of Public Relafions sisfance +hrough +he cooperafion of +he Coasfal Plain Experimenf Sfafion. Coop- eraHve Exfension Service. Jrhe Universify of Georgia, +he Division of VocaHonal Ed- ucafion, and Jrhe U.S. Depar+men+ of Agri- cuHure. The Public Relafions Office, under Jrhe leadership of J. Tyron Spearman, devel- oped and firmly esfablished Jrhe new and vifal servicevprovided by Jrhe recenf addi- fion of +he mulfi-purpose deparfmenf. LEFT: Mr. Spearman calls ABAC baskefball games. CENTER RIGHT: A speaker a+ a shorf course holds +he audience's aHenfion. ABOVE: ABAC offers inferesfing shomL courses. LOWER RIGHT: Dean MR. TOM CORDELL Dean and Coordina+0r of Confinuing Educafion Cordell and Mr. Hardin converse in Rural Life Building. MR. J. TALMADGE WEBB Compfroller C OMPTROLLER: Business Procedures Aid College Functions The formulafion of sound business policies and +he developmenf of smoo+h operafing procedures by +he Division of Business. Finance. and Planf Operafions con+ribu+es fremendously +0 +he overall funch'oning of +he college. Compfroller J.Talmadge Webb adminisfers supervision of +his division which is concerned th financial maHers. physical planf operah'on, main+enance. new cons+ruc+ion and re- la+ed maHers, and food services. MR. NATHAN DYER MR. EMORY McMILLAN MRS. LINNIE STANSELL Direcfor of Physical Plan? Assis+an+ CompfroHer Direcfor of Food Services DR. LOYAL V. NORMAN Academic Dean and Professor of Social Science ACADEMIC DEAN: Directs Growth of Instruction, Faculty The addifion of several significanf programs of insfrucfion and +be recruifmen+ of new faculfy members highligh+ed fhe numerous con+ribu+ions made +his year by ABAC'S Dr. Loyal V. Norman, academic dean. Under Dr. Norman Hwe number of programs has increased +0 24. and he has been insfrumenhal in employing Hwe largeer and mos? qualified faculfy in +he his+ory of Hue inb s+i+u+ion. Dr. Norman is responsible for co- ordinafing ABAC's efforf as regional coordina- +or of H19 American Associafion of Junior Col- leges. TOP: ABAC academics are direcfed by Dr. Loyal V. Nor- man. RIGHT: Univac now con- frols ABAC. TOP CENTER: Mrs. Eva Mae Howard is as- sis+an+ regisfrar. LOWER CENTER: Mr. Massengale wifh no grin. FAR RIGHT: Virgil and Mrs. MizeH run dafa processing machine. L , MR. DALE SHERMAN Temporary Insfrucfor in MR. PAUL GAINES MISS EVA MAE HOWARD Registrar and Professor Assisfanf Regisfrar of Agronomy and Bofany Business Adminis+ra+ion and Acfing Direcfor of Cenfer for AufomaHon REGISTRAR, AUTOMATION: Provide Vital College Services The mainfenance of s+udenfs' records for +he largesf ABAC en- s rollmenf in hisfory demanded +he parficular concern of +he college's as+u+e regisfrar. Mr. Paul Gaines. In addifion, +he regisfrar and his sfaff adapfed improved procedures for'regisfrafion and record-keeping and rendered +he invaluable service of preparing class schedules. formu- lafing +he annual college caIendar. and submiHing all required reporfs. Under Hue direcfion of Mr. Dale Sherman. Hue Cenfer for Aufoma; +ions fundioned as a service or- ganizafion +0 Hue college and pro- vided ins+ruc+ion +hrough courses in dafa processing. BALDWIN LIBRARY: Materials Collection Initiated by Facility The Baldwin Library began during +he year a coHech'on of films. filmsfrips. sound recordings. +apes. and +ransparencies in all disciplines. The facilify's open: book shacks now hold over 40.000 volumes and carry approximafely 300 scholarly iournals and popular periodicals and newspapers. ABAC's muHi-media approach +0 library maferials is consonanf wifh +he belief +ha+ opfimum educa- +ion resuHs when many differenf fypes of library ma+erials are available for use by sfudenfs and factu. MRS. MARY HENDERSON Acfing Librarian and Assisfanf Professor TOP: lndus+rious ABAC s+uden+s. CENTER: The Baldwin Library offers knowledge fo all. RIGHT: No+ one +es+ can. be overlooked. TOP CENTER: Dr. Swords makes inspech'on of proposed plans for new girls' dorm. LOW- ER CENTER: Deans Swords and Bush keeping close con- +ac+ on sfudenf ac+ivi+ies. FAR RIGHT: ABAC's S+uden+ MRS. ANNE L. HARMAN Cenfer provides many hours of enioymen+. Assisfanf Librarian and Assistanf Professor , tbs , '43:? ,. 3. . WW 1 DR. l. RAY SWORDS Dean and Coordinafor of Sfudenf Personnel Services STUDENT PERSONNEL SERVICES: Concerned with Behavior, Involvement of Students Among Jrhe new faces on Hie ABAC campus +his year were a number of adminisfrafors in Hue Division of S+uden+ Personnel Services which is direcfed by Dr. I. Ray Swords. dean and coordi- nafor of +he division. Concerned wifh bofh +he behavior of individuals and groups as +hey become involved in academic and exfracurricular acfivify. +he division includes +he Dean 0+- Men'. Dean of Women. Housing. Sfu- clemL Cenfer, HeaHh Cenfer. Counseling and Guid- ance. Financial Aid. Admissions and Sfudenf Ac- fivifies. STUDENT PERSONNEL SERVICES: Division Gains New Administrators For Increasing Service to Students DR. A. E. ADERHOLT MR. GARY L. BRANCH Physician of ABAC Dean of Men, Direc'ror of S+udenf Acfivifies and Assisfanf Professor d Social Sfudies MR. DONALD BROWN MRS. SUE C. BUSH Booksfore Manager Dean of Women and Assisfanf Professor of Social Sfudies LEFT: Sfuden'rs are well given care by our efficienf nurses. TOP RIGHT: Dean Branch lis+ens infenfly +0 whaf sfudenf has +0 say. LOWER RIGHT: Dean Bush exchanges ideas wifh visifing deans. TOP LEFT: Mr. Giles working +0 gef financial aid. LOWER LEFT: The Sfudenf Healfh Cenfer. BE- LOW: Larry seeks Mr. Massengale's good advice. MR. EMORY GILES MRS. SYBIL KNIGHT Diredor of Financial Aid and Direcfor of S+uden+ HeaHh Cenfer Placemenf and Assis+an+ Professor of Social S+udies MR. J. WILLIAM MASSENGALE Direcfor of Admissions DR. ANN SIEG Assisfanf Professor of Psychology and Guidance Counselor DR. FRANCIS S. MCCAIN Chairman, Division of Agriculfure. Foresfry. and Home Economics AGRICULTURE: Building Renovated, New Courses Offered The Agriculfural Building was renovafed +his year wifh new equipmen+ being added +0 flue farm equipmenf programs. An ad- di+ion +0 +he curriculum was made in +he home economics fechnology program-an opfion in food managemen+-according +0 Dr. F. S. McCain, chairman of +he Division d Agriculfure, Foresfry. and Home Eco- nomics. The division faculfy is composed of l2 members. Offerings in frhe division are associafe in science degree in agricuHure. agricul- +ural engineering. home economics and iroresfry achor wildlife. Career programs in agri-science. fechnology, agri-business Jrechnology. agricuH'ural equipmenf +ech- nology. fores'r +echnology. wifh an opfion in wildlife management and home eco- nomics Jrechnology. TOP: ABAC'S pig parlor. LEFT CENTER: Mr. Spearman feaches poulfry dissecfion. RIGHT CENTER: Welding is a parf of +he fechnological curriculum. RIGHT: Dr. Mc- Cain lisfens for new ideas in agriculfure. TOP RIGHT: Mr. SibbeH prepares for a soils' Iecfure. FAR RIGHT: Two of ABAC'S prime examples of good beef. MR. JESSE G. CHAMBLISS Head Professor of Agriculfure Engineering MR. GEORGE K. DILLARD Professor of Animal Husbandry MR. NOLAN R. GIBBONS Assisfanf Professor of AgricuHuraI Engineering MR. MARSHALL F. GUILL Associa+e Professor of Agriculfural Engineering MR. RONALD E. JONES Assisfani' Professor of Agriculfural Economics MR. MARTIN M. SIBBETT Associafe Professor of Soils and Horficulfure FORESTRY: Offerings, Faculty Experience Growth The firsf sfudeni +0 graduafe wi+h a Jrechnolog- fcal degree from +he Depar+men+ of Foresfry and WildliTe began a iob +his year. The depar+men+ experienced grow+h +his year wifh +he addifion 0T a new factu memberewildlife biologisf and for- es'rer Mr. Charles Marshalleand new courses. This deparfmenf, under The direcHon of Mr. Vernon Yow. offers a +wo-year degree foresfry fechnology and a +wo-year college +ransfer program in foresfry-wildlife. MR. VERNON YOW MR. HARVEY H. JOHNSON Head Professor of Foresfry Associafe Professor of Foresfry TOP: Foresfry majors prepare ven- ison. RIGHT: Surveying s+uden+s plo+ ou+ campus. MR. CHARLES M. MARSHALL Associafe Professor of Foresfry HOME ECONOMICS: New Facilities Acquired, Curriculum Has Expansion During +he firsf full year in new quarfers in +he New Classroom Building. +he Depar+men+ of Home Economics added a program in bod managemen+ fechnology. ' Faculfy members ini+ia+ed a number of aduH non- credif nigh+ courses in home economics. Curriculum offerings in +he deparfmenf are an associafe in science degree in home economics and a +wo-year career program in home economics +echnology and ins+i+u+ional fechnology. The Home EC Club has conduded cafering services, giving ifs members +he privilege 0 joining Hue American and Georgia Home Economics As- sociafion. served as hosfesses +0 6 fashion revue in Hue Town and Coun+ry Shopping Plaza. and af- +ended s+a+e and nafional convenfions. MRS. VIRGINIA S. LINDSKOG MRS. JOANN REDEKER Associafe Professor of lnsfrucfor of Home Economics Home Economics TOP: Mrs. Lindskog shows sfudenf a special fech- nique. LEFT: Home Economics majors furn ouf some Ene dishes. DR. MARY M. LEMAR Chairman, Division of Business Adminisfrafion MR. WALTER JACKBON MISS BETTY C. CLAXTON MRS. CAROLYN H. LANIER MR. WILLIAM F. MUT! BURGESS Associafe Professor of lnsfrucfor in Assisfanf Professor of Assisfanf Professor of Business Adminisfrafion Business Adminisfraiion Business Adminisimfion Business Adminisfrafion BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION: Univac Computer Procured, New Quarters Provided The procuremen+ of +he new Univac compufer highligh+ed +he year for Hie Division of Business Adminisfra+ion direcfed by Dr. Mary LeMar. di- vision chairman. Execufive +ypewri+ers and calcu- lafors were added. and new quar+ers were pro- vided in fine New Classroom Building wi+h an ac- counfing laborafory and a large classroom equipped wifh felevision. A Jrime clock has been added for sfudenfs +0 clock in and ouiL during lab periods. A new addifion +0 +he curriculum is +he +wo- MRS. JOAN C. ROBERTS lns+rucfor of Business Adminisfrafion MR. LESTER T. SIMPSON Direcfor and Associafe year associafe degree in adminisfraJrive office as- sisfance. O+her curricula offered are business and secrefarial adminisfrafion, business educafion, dis- +ribu+ive educafioni, general business wifh op+ions in real es+a+e and insurance' office and hospi+al office management dafa processing and accounf- ing. one and +wo-year secrefariai adminisfrafion wifh opfions in medical and legal. and one and fwo-year clinical adminis+ra+ion. TOP LEFT: The fasfer Hie beHer. TOP CENTER: Mrs. Lanier explains fyping procedure +0 sfuclenf. FAR LEFT: Kafhy Barwick works on Hue key punch machine. CENTER: Typing sfudenfs busily 5+ work. LOWER LEFT: Dr. LeMar assisfs sfudenf ini fyping assignment Professor of Disfribufive Educafion MRS. MARY L. VITANGE Associafe Professor of Business Adminisfraiion MR. ADRIAN ZABALA Insfrucfor of Business Adminisirafion MATH-SCIENCE: Faculty Increase Marks Progress in Division Five new faculfy addifions marked +he progress of H16 expanding Division of Mafh-Science. Wifh 23 members on +he factu. +he division offers col- lege parallel programs in biology. chemisfry, ma+h- emchs. pre-medicine, nursing. pre-denfisfry, pre- pharmacy. pre-veferinary medicine. and physics. Direding +he program in ma+h-science is Dr. Frank H. Thomas, division chairman. Among +he new organizafions on campus em. anafing from +he mafh-science curriculum are +he Pre-Pharmacy Club and S+uden+ Nurses Associa- fion. 1?? MRS. MARILYN C. BECK MR. SIDNEY EDWIN BENTON DR. JOSEPH JEROME DAY MR- OLUS GERALD ASSMGO? Prdessor 04 Insfrucfor of Mafhemafics Associafe Prdessor of FLETCHER Mafhemenics MRS. ALLEAN K. GARRE Assisfanf Professor of Biolo. Mafhemafics Associafe Professor of' Physics h x MR. JAMES HARVEY GRINER MR. DONALD L. MASSEY MRS. EUNICE L. MIXON MR. ERIC C. MYER ASSINGM PFOfeSSOF Of lnsfrucfor of Mafhemaiics Insfrucfor of Biology Physical Science DR. WALTER S. NICHOLS. Insfrucfor of Professor of Zoology Bofany and Bioiogy and Direcfor o? Insfrucfional Research DR. FRANK THOMAS DR. GEORGE W. POWELL MR. JAMES P. ROWE MR. JOHN SIDNEY SMITH Chairman, D" ision 9f SCIenCS- Associafe Professor of Associafe Prdessor of Associafe Professor of Mafhemaflcs Biology Chemisfry Chemisfry FAR LEFT: Exacf precision is imporfanf. CENTER: Dr. Thomas falks +0 Dean Wheeler from H19 Univer- sify of Georgia. LEFT: The righ+ ingredients al- ways help. R. WILLIAM R. THOMAS MRS. INA CLAIRE WEBB MR. ROBERT G. WELLS MRS. VIRGINIA WINDSTROM nsfrucfor of Mafhemafics lnsfrucfor of Biology Assiafanf Profesaor of Assisfanf Professor of Chemishy Biological Sciences MRS. BRENDA M. SEKUL MRST MERTIE A. LECLAIRE AssociaTe Professor and Head. lnshudor in Nurse Educafion Deparfmenf of Nurse EducaTion NURSING EDUCATION: Department Occupies Remodeled Facilities The remodeled Home Economics Building be- came Jrhe new quar+ers Tor +he Deparfmenf of Nursing Educafion +his year. The sfrucfure confains 5000 square feef and is newly equipped +0 house The nursing program. The deparfment under chairman. Mrs. Brenda M. Sekul. oHers a eroeyear nurse educafion pro- gram leading +0 an associafe in science in nursing degree composed of one-half general educafion and one-hahC nursing wifh Iabora+ory work done in hospifals in Tiffon, Moulfrie, Albany, and Thomase ville. MISS ARA LFE MASHBURN MRS PATRICIA R. PITTMAN MRS JOANN SUMNER Insfrucfor in Nurse Educaiion lnsfrucfor of Nurse Educahon Ascishnf Professor of Nurse Educafion TOP; Nurse educafion maiors model new cloaks. RIGHT: The exacf amounfs are required when formulas are mixed. HUMANITIES: Spanish and Honors English Added to Division Offerings Spanish classes and an honors program in English were offerings added +his year in +he Division of Humanifies which is under Jrhe chairmanship of Mr. Ernes+ Edwards. There are l7 factu members in Jrhe division wi+h ero more anficipa+ed for nexf yeah Curriculum offerings in +he division include an associa+e of arfs wi+h maiors in music, art speech- drama. iournalism. and li+era+ure. The humanifies oHer unders+anding of o+hers and onesehc as humans. The Bawain Players and +he Glee Club are fwo academically-relafed ac- Jrivi+ies which presemL en'rerfainmemL for Jrhe cul- +ural improvemenf pf ABAC sfudenfs and visifors +0 Jrhe college. The sfudenf publica+ions. +he year- book and newspaper. provide informahon, enfer- +ainmenf. news. and ediforial opinion for readers. The Sfudenf Arf League. recenHy added +0 acfivi- Jries, promofes an appreciafion of ar+is+ic endeavors on +he campus. MR. ERNEST EDWARDS Acfing Chairman. Division of Humanifies ABOVE LEFT: Mr. Evans gives sfudenfs lec'rure nofes. .u 4, : L K. MRS. SYLVIA G. BURTON lnsfrucior of Reading MR. JAMES M. BURT Assisfanf Professor of Speech Drama MR. LEW SPARKS AKIN Assisianf Professor of SpeecheDrama HUMANITIES: Extracurricular Activities Parallel Academic Work MR.JOHN L. CAMPBELL, JR. MKJERRY QCARR Asgisfanf Professor 0 English Assisfam Professor of English MISS GAYE EA ELDER MR. JOHN DELL EVANS Insfrucfor 0? English Assisfam Professor of English and Spanish MRVINCENT AA KEESEE MR. HAROLD THOMAS LIN: Assisfanf Professor of Arf lmfrucfor of English TOP: S+uden+s express crea+ivi+y +hrough arf. LEFT: LayomL for nex1L issue of The S+allion. MISS ROSALYN RAY ssisfanf Prdessor of English MR. LEWIS C. WILLS lnsfrudor of English MRS. HELEN L. STRICKLAND lnsfrucfor in Journalkm and Adviser +0 Siudenf Publicafions TOP LEFT: Miss Ray lec- +ures +0 English class. CENTER: Enqlish feachers +ake a break irrom classes. ABOVE: Division chair- man, Mr. Ernesf Edwards, ins+ruc+s music sfudenfs during piano lesson. HEALTH, PHYSICAL EDUCATION, RECREATION: Offers Expanding Program, Directs Athletic Activities Now in ifs second year on +he ABAC campus. +he Division of HeaHh. Physical Educa+ion. and Recrea+ion offers a program which serves nof only +he individual sfudenf. bu+ +he campus as a whole. The divisio'n is responsible for +he infercoilegiafe sporis program and inframurals, +he iaHer of which received a boos+ Jrhis year wi+h +he addifion of an inframurals direcfor. AH s+uden+s are required +0 fake some form of physical educafion. Dr. Raymond Busbee is chair- man of +he division which consisfs of six factu members. The curriculum offerings are an associafe of science degree in physical educafion and an as- sociafe of science degree in recrea'rion. ABOVE: View of GresseHe Gymnasium. RIGHT: Saundra does a backbend. TOP CENTER: Siudenfs play hard in in+ramural games. CENTER: The phys- ical ac+ivi+y af ABAC reaches +he mosf $+renuous ex+remes. CENTER RIGHT: ABAC'S coaches enjoy a luncheon in +he cafeferia. FAR RIGHT BOTTOM: Coach Moody and Coach Cooper look over a sfudeni's paper. MR. WAYNE L. COOPER In+ramurai Direcfor and lnsfrucfor of Physical Educafion MR. LAWRENCE NORMAN Direcfor 0f Afhiefics and Assisfanf Professor of Physical Educafion HOMAS KENNETH MOODY rucfor in Physical Educafion and Baseball Coach MR. LOWELL GENE MULKEY Assisfanf Professor in Physical Educafion and Basekfball Coach MRS. ELLEN E. VICKERS Assisfani Professor of Physical Educafion DR. RAYMOND L BUSBEE Chairman. DIVISIon of HeaHh, Physical Educafion and Recreafion . o o .. .., 0.. ., .;.,.. ,frnv' c, c . w,- ' v n - '5 DR. THOMAS RUDOLPH MILAM Chairman, Division of Social Science and Professor of Social Sciences SOCIAL SCIENCE: Law Enforcement, Social Work Added to Curriculum The inclusion of law enforcemenf and social work in H1e curriculum marked Hie major developmen+s +his year in Hue Division of Social Science. Factu addHions were made +0 meef Hue needs of Hue expanding oHerings as well as +0 replace several who are on educafional leave. The division is direcfed by Dr. Thomas R. Milam, chairman. The social science curriculum includes programs leading +0 maiors in elemenfary and secondary ed- ucaHon. hisfory, poli+ical science. psychology. . . MISS MERLE M. BAKER socnology, law enforcemenJr and somal work. lnsfrucfor of H isfory MR. WILLIAM MILES COX MRS. BETTY L. DALTON MRS. ANN R. HAMMONS MISS REBEKAH C. MILLE lnsfrucfor Of Psychology lns+ruc+or in Social Science Associafe Professor of A550635+e Professor of Social Science Social Science CENTER: ABAC s+uden+s find +he library a quie1L +0 relax and read. LEFT: Mrs. DaHon gives in- ions +0 her sfudenfs. UPPER RIGHT: Dr. Milam r. Rice resorf +0 5 book +0 gef Hue fads. ABOVE: papers af defermine +he grade. LOWER T: A person's knowledge comes from +houghf. MR. PHILIP E. POTTER lnsfrucfor of Social Science MISS VIRGINIA OUATTLEB M Associafe Professor of Social Science and Direcfor of Social Work Educafion MR. GARY L. ROBERTS Assisfanf Professor of Social Science gm4w STAFF: Numerous Services Provided for College ABOVE: Mrs. Baker assis+s in cooking rolls. RIGHT: Mrs. Pear- man and Mrs. Day discuss oHice procedures. MRS ETHAN H ABBOTT Clerk, Smdenf Cemer MRS BETTY S. COX Library Assistant MRS. CECILE BAILEY Secretary +0 Dean and Coordinahr of Confinuing Educafion MR. PHILLIP W. CROSBY Farm Supervisor MRS JACKlE W. BATE PaymH Clerk MRS. JANE DAY Secrefary f0 Academic I LEFT: Punch +ha+ fickef! ABOVE: Our planf operafions s+aH. RS. VELMA DAY M155 MAXINE FLETCHER MISS MARY NELL GARRICK MR. LARRY JOE GODWIN ry. Division of Healfh, Secrefary. Division of Business Secretary. Division of Laborafory Technician sical Educafion and Administration Agriculfure, Home Economics Recreafion and Foresfry ERTRUDE L. GRAHAM MRS. EVELYN EVE MISS BETH HAYS MRS. FLORENCE HUFF fanf Direcfor of Food Recorder Secrefary f0 Direcfor Library Assisfanf Services of Public Relafions STAFF: Attenfiveness, Interest Aid Campus Community d MRS. MARGIE IVEY MRS. JAME JONES MRS. DOROTHY KENDRICK MRS. LEE LEE MRS. ETHELLE MARC Cashier Clerk. Sfudenf Cenfer Clerk, Booksfore Secrefary +0 Counseling Snack Bar Manag Services and Financial Aid , . ,' n a j MRS. AVA R. MATHIS MRS. MERGE MClNTOSH MRS. VIVIAN K. MIZELL MR. H. M. MOORE MRS. SHERYL T. M Licensed Praciical Nurse House Direcior Peripheral Equipmenf Dafa Processing Secrefary +0 Divis Operafor and Supervisor Equipmenf Technicial of Humanifies R. LESTER NALLS MISS SANDRA L. FATE MRS. VIVIAN PEARMAN MISS BRENDA RIDDLE Accounfanf Secrefary +0 Regisfrar Secrefary. Sfudenf Secrefary 10 Dean Of Personnel SerVIces Men and Dean of Women LEFT: The sfudenf cenfer Claus. UPPER RIGHTS Mrs. Paulk '65 a break from We daily brighfens Hue sfudenfs' day. -. UPPER LEFT: Mr. Gaines RIGHT: The compefenf main+e- es leHer wifh Mrs. Sears. nance .9me E: Mama Drake plays Sanfa Secretary to Presidenf MR. JOHN W STEMBWDGE SecwHy Officer MRS LUNA Eu STONE House Dfredor LEFT CENTER: The Campus poIice enioy a momen of leisure. TOP LEFT: Mrs. Ivy concenfra+es on ma chine work. LEFT: ABAC'S Lunch room sfaff +ha prepares our food. ABOVE: Mrs; Bafeman's secre farial duHes are numerous. TOP RIGHT: Mrs. Su. Maloane. Herring's House Diredor. falks +0 sfu denf. FAR RIGHT: Compufafions sfill have +0 b posfed. STAFF: Serves the Many Needs of Administrators, Faculty RS. MAJDEE H. STUART MISS DiANNE THOMPSON MRS. MARY L. WALKER MR RAY WALKER MR3 INAMAE WARD Him 6 Dirgchr Socrefdw S'iciai Schvnce Secr: hry H Cimpfersr Inventirv and SuppW OerL Licer-ed Pracha Nurse DIVISI'W R, JACK VVHlDDON MRS. CAROL JEAN W'HWE MRS ANGELA VVHWFIELD MRS. FRANCES M, WILUAMS MRS SARAH VV'ILUS Ace? MM Bnmkkeeper Sucrnfarv 31' Library SecrtE-MIW W Direchr 0? Chrk Machine Operafgr Admiis'mns More Faculty, Staff Glimpses TOP LEFT: Mr. Webb and Mrs. Walker. FAR LEFT: Dr. LeMar. CENTER LEFT: Dr. McCain. CENTER RIGHT: Mrs. Redeker. LOWER RIGHT: "Sanfa Claus" Guill. UPPER RIGHT: Mr. Burt LOWER CENTER RIGHT: Coach Moody. FAR RIGHT: Dr. Driggers. FAR LOWER RIGHT: Mr. Giles. Classes SOPHOM ORES, FRESHM EN Sophomore Class Officers FAR LEFT: Carfer Hudson. president CENTER: Gayle Bone. vice president ABOVE: Maida Regan, secrefary. RIGHT: Kafhy Capps. +reasurer. DAVID ADAMS Clermonf, Fla. KAREN AKIN Ashburn RODNEY ALEXANDER Franklin ROSEMARY ALEXANDER Tiffon JIMMY ALLEN HomerviHe RICKY ALLEN Swainsboro ROBERT ALLEN Lalaia, S. C. WAYNE ARCHER Tiffon M. E ARNOLD Tiffon MATHIS ATES Tiffon JIMMY ATKINSON Cairo ANDREW AVERY Bainbridge RENE AZAR Moulfrie JEFF BABB Mf. View DALE BAKER EHenfon LARRY BAKER Quifman JAMES BARNES Byron CYNTHIA BARNHART Quifman DAVID BELL Doerun EARL BENNETT Tiffon BILL BRIDGES Cordele GARY BISHOP Delray Beach, Fla. JOHN BISHOP Fifzgerald DEBBIE BLANTON Carrollfon "Aunfie. please . . . sfudenfs perform and Old Lace." I'd rafher do if myself!" ABAC in +6" producfion of "Arsenic p. crackle. and pop!" Co-ed ns breakfamL in campus dining "Too we'l' fo plow . . ." Sfudenfs fake a break from landscaping proiecf. DALE BRADFORD Griffin JOHN BRADLEY Annandale, Va. CAROLINE BRANNEN Porfal JAMES BRASWELL Tiffon BRENDA BREWTON Glennville JOEL BRIDGES Sylvesfer BLOUNT CHARLES ighfsville BLUMHARD BOATRIGHT Ashburn a EDWARD ; I . Y BOND BODD'FORD :3 CHARLES BRONSON rfwell Sylvania - L . Kissimmee. Fla. RAH BOOTH GAYLE BONE .. V . , , ;' . BEVERLY BROOKS ycross Powder Springs . Arlington DANNY BOWEN , . : CATHY BROWN Lyons : L Warner Robins Horne economics parficipafe in Home Ec Club inifia+ion. "Somebody afe me up!" maiors ALVIN BURKE Waynesboro DAVE CALLAWAY Ringgold DAVID CASTO A+hens CARTER CHOATE Tiffon BRUCE BUTLER Baxley PAU L CAM PBELL Charlesfon, S. C. BI LL CAUTH EN Tiffon AN NETTE CLARK Porfal DORIS BUTLER Chauncey KATHY CAPPS Waycross THOMAS CAWLEY Ashburn DENNIS CLARK Uvalda ROBERT BUTLE Okeechobee. LEE CAREY Tiffon ARTHUR CHADWELL Zephyrhills. F LUWANA CL Cordele Sophomore here we are af +he Souih's version of beaufi- ownfown Burbank!" Sfudenf records assembly am. "Yes. eafing IS anofher one of my many +alenfs." Faculfy and adminisfra+ors enl'oy meal prepared by home economics s+uden+s. ROBERT CLARK Greensboro. Fla. GERALD CLAXTON Talboffon ERNA CLEMONS Okeechobee. Fla. BILL COAN McDonough BILL COBB Camilla RANDY COLEMAN Tiffon CONNIE COLLINS Newfon LEROY COLLINS Meigs ROGER COLLINS Whigham CAROL CONLEY Tiffon FAYE COOK Ashburn VlCKY COOPER Norman Park DAVID CORBETT Sfafenville RAY CORBETT Valdosfa ALAN CORBITT Sycamore CURTIS CORBITT Pearson ROBERT COTHRAN Wes+ Green FRANKIE COTTLE Ty TY RANDY COVINTON Camilla GAIL COOK Senoia GARY CROOK Moniezuma NORMAN CROWE Sylvesfer TERESA CROWLEY Tiffon "Now when +he ball is snapped . . ." PowderpuH "Oh. you are iusf in fime!" Camera ca+che "s+ars" huddle during game acfion. glimpse of life in men's dorm. LAURIE CULLENS JlMMY CUTCHENS DON DAILY GAIL DARBY Canfon Bainbridge Waynesboro Thomasville JON DARBY JACK DARLEY FARRELL DAVIS DANNY HARRISON Hahira Pelham Tiffon Bleckshear "M-m-m . . . finger Iickin' good!" Sfudenf par of Dining Hall fried chicken. 'HONWYN DAWSON Hazelhursf .RRIN DEASON Homerville ANICE DUCKWORTH Tiffon ARY ANN ELLIS Griffin ARY FARMER Lula BENNY DEAL Baxle IRA DICKERSON Savannah WILLIE DURRENCE Glennville BILL ESTES Winnsboro, S. C. JAMES FENNELL Baxley WAYLON DAY Fifzgerald JULlAN DEATON Wheelwrighf, Ky. AMELIA DUKE Affapulgus BILL ELPHINGSTONE Aflanfa ANN FAULK Fi'rzgerald BRENDA DEAL Sfafesboro BOBBY DOWLING Douglas ALVA EATON Moulfrie GARY EVANS Tiffon RICHARD DEAN Bainbridge JIMMY DRESSELLE MouHrie GAYLE EDMUNDS Thompson JEFF EVERSON Edison AURELIA FLOWERS STEVE FLOYD Thomasville Forsyfh SANDRA DEAN Lakeland GREG DREXLER Tiffon WILSON EDWARDS Sandy Springs SHARON FAIN Cairo PAMELA FOLSOM Valdosfa ED DEANE Warner Robins JOHN DRYDEN Ashburn NANCY EIDSON Aflanfa CHARLENE FALLIN Thomasfon DONALD FOUNTAIN Dublin Sophomores "I guess some of your boys iold you +ha't one. Ma." Mrs. Goodman and Mrs. Vickers exchange "fhe lafesf" in Sfudenf Cenfer. JAM ES FOXWORTH Albany TOMMY GIBBS MouHrie WASDON GRAYDON Tiffon MARYNELLE FRESH Tiffon JOHNNY GIBSON Waycross WHIT GREEN Tiffon RUDY FUGLAAR AHanfa MALCOM GILES Ff. Valley KENNETH GREENE Moulfrie SPENCER FUSSELL McRae BILLY GODWIN Lenox RONNIE GREER Tiffon "You're asking ME +0 help you?" Co-eds exchange no+es before quiz. LINDA GAINES Tiffon ANDREW GOIN Tiffon MONTY GRIFFIN Barney SUSAN GAINOUS Fernandina Beach. Fla. RONNY GOODSON Barwick SOL GRIFFIN Ashburn ED GARRETT Monroe RONNIE GRA Warner Rob VE GRIFFI Griffin DAVID GRIGGS FayeHeville EDWARD GROSS Sylvania LESLIE GROOVER GlennviHe ELAINE GUILLEBEAU Lincofnfon JAMES GUTHRIE NichoHs COLEMAN HADDEN MeHer LARRY HADDEN Gibson DANNY HADSOCK Lakeland GERALDINE HAGAN Valdosfa MARSHA HAGIN Pembroke CHARLES HALL LaGrance SKIPPER HALL Douglasville TRUDI HALL Waycross RONALD HALSTEAD Cenferville ZANE HAM Menlo RONNIE HAMM Norman Park MARTY HAMMOCK Wadhey STEVE HAMMOND Bhakely DANNY HAMPTON Irwinville TROY HAMPTON Ashburn DONNA HARPE Mor an SHERRELL HARRELL Harfsfieki DOYLE HARRIS Jesup JOHNNY HARRIS Jesup LARRY HARRIS Taylorsville "Who's gonna go affer our um- brellas?" A downpour of rain begins as sfudenfs s+ar+ +0 change classes. LINDA HARRlS Roberfa JAYE HARVARD Macon JOHNNY HEATH Dawson RALEISH HENRY Jackson Sophomores RONALD HARTLEY Lexingfon, S. C. PAULA HAYES TiHon TOM HELTON Sandersville DANNY HENSON Canfon 3 "Only five more minufes 1'0 cram for my iesf . . .' S+uden+ pufs in some sfudy a'r ABAC library. EUNICE HESTER Whiqham DURLEY HOGAN Sfuarf. Fla. JOHN HIGGINS Thomasville PHILIP HOGAN Jupif'er. Fla. KATH RYN HOBBS Ocilla JAMES HOLCOMB Afhens RANDY HOBBY TiHon WARREN HOLDER Locusf Grove BARBRA H. Fifzgerald BILLY HOLL GlennviHe ' RY HOLLAND lbany G HOUSTON olquiH NCES HUDSON fzgerald IE HUTCHESON acon E JAMES cksonville, Fla. SAM HOLLAND Gainesville. Fla. DAVID HOWELL Barwick REGINALD HUDSON Sylvesfer GREG HUTCHINSON Adel GEORGE JARRIEL Collins JULIAN HOOD Tiffon EDWARD HOWELL Ashburn RICK HUDSON Jacksonville. Fla. CARL IRELAND Asht rn BYRON JEFFERS Lyons CAROL HOPKINS Fifzgerald CARTER HUDSON McDonough JOE HUMPHREY Marfin GAY ISRAEL Dawson SHARON JEFFERSON Zephyrlwills Fla. TERRELL JENKINS Sylvania WAYNE JENNINGS Syt'vesfer LARRY JOHNS Nahunfa PEGGY JOHNS Bainbridge EMORY JOHNSON Oconee PETE JOHNSON Cufhberf "Confucious say: 'Man who play in moss gef red- bugs.' " Co-eds decorafe for Masquerade Ball. JERRY JOHNSON Ashburn KATHY KELLEY Dearing SUZETTE KELLY Decafur ELIZABETH KETTLEWELL Bosfon PERRY KEY Tiffon DEBRA KICKLIGHTER GlennviHe EVERETT KING Younges Island, S. C. CHARLOTTE KING Tiffon ELAINE KIRKLEY Tif+on KENNETH KITCHENS Tiffon BENNY KNIGHT Tiffon DEBBIE KNIGHT Orlando. Fla. SUE LAWSON Morven GEORGE LEE Waycross GLEN LEE Nahunfa SUE LEMAY Cedarfown DENNIS LESNICK Miami, Fla. TOMMY LINDSEY Omega MARIAN LOBSINGER Lake Worth. Fla. BRENDA LONG Bainbridge RANDALL LOTT Norman Park CHARLIE LOVERING Blakely MARGUERITE LUMPKIN Ashburn GAYLE LUNCEFORD Washingfon BRYSON LANGFORD TiHon "Ah-h-h . . . all +he comfoHs of home." Sfudenf makes himsehC "af home" as he sfudies in campus library. Sophomores "PaHy cake, paHy cake . . . Baker's man!" Co-ed pradices for cheerleader fryoufs. SUE MANNING Moulfrie PATTY MARCHANT Tiffon PIERRE MARC Haifi CAROL MARCHANT Sumner GREGG MARTIN Deca+ur THOMAS MASON Perry JOHN MASSEY Sylvesfer CLAUDE MATHIS Tiffon WILLIAM MATTOX Blackshear STEVE MAXWELL Bainbridge JAMES McAFEE WrighfsviHe DANNY McCLELLAN Ff. Meade. Fla. HOYLE MCCLENDON Blakely JANICE MCCORKLE Blakely MIKE McDANlEL Waverly Hall LLOYD MCDONALD Pearson BERRY MCKELLAR Albany ANDREW McLUCAS lnman JOANIE MCNAIR Albany Sophomores JOYCE MCELVEEN Brooklef VIRGIL McINTYRE lrwinville WILLIAM McMATH Dawson KEITH MCNEIL Alma RODNEY MCGRIFF Tiffon VIVIAN MCINVALE Sanbrd, Fla. LARRY McMILLAN Enigma DENNIS MCSWAlN Rebecca "I knew I should have read +ha1' chapfer lasi' nighf . . ." ABAC sfudenfs use library for sfudy and research. "Ah-h-h! Thaf hurfs!" Various dorm feams par- Jricipafe in inframural foofball during fall quarfer. g LE MEDDERS lvesfer IRGE MIXON cilla ORD MORGAN fon 'lClA USGROVE imax RKE oRWOOD ainsboro ROY MERCER Blakely BILLY MOBLEY Tiffon RELAND MORGAN Springfield LARRY MYERS Macon KAY ODOM Ashburn GARY MIDKIFF Warner Robins CHARLES MOBLEY Ocilla SANDY MORRIS Lifhia Springs DIANNE NELSON Cairo FLOYD OGDEN Ff. Valley ARLENE MILLER Buena Visfa GEORGE MOORE Harlem JERRY MORTON ParroH PETE NELSON Marieffa VERNON OGLETREE Augusfa SAM MILLER Meigs MIKE MOORE Tiffon DOUG MOTE Mounfville GARY NEWMAN Hazelhursf BARBARA O'HARA Cairo NELSON MITCHELL Camilla CHRIS MORGAN Warner Robins GLENDA MULKEY Macon STEVE NIX Cordele AL O'QUINN Waycross DALE MITCHELL Cordele MARWARD MORGAN Folksfon MARY JO MURROW Farmingfon JOHN NORMAN Norman Park DARRELL OWENS Pavo DAVID OWENS McDonough MIKE PARTEN MouHrie CONNIE PEAVY Vienna DONNA PENDERGRAFT Waycross BOBBY PERKINS Whigham DANA PERKINS Winder RODNEY PETTY A+lan+a DAVlD PIKE LaGrange JOANNE PIPPIN Tiffon CAROLYN PITTMAN Lyons LYNN PITTS PiHs BEVERLY POOL Tennille BEN POOLE Decafur CHARLES POOLE Sylvesfer PHILIP D. PORTER Gray JOE POSEY TalboHom CATHY POTTS Conyers DENNIS POWELL Pelham JANETTE POWELL Sfafesboro GARY POWERS Vienna MICHAEL PREVOST Georqefown. S. C. TERRY QUEEN BlairsviHe A. J. RADFORD Quifman SUSAN RADFORD Quifman MAIDA RAGAN Perry "Hm-m-m . . . Sounds like +hings are really swinging in Ty Ty." Sfudenf relaxes and ca+ches up on H19 news. 'ICIA RANSOM adilla N REICHERT sfon RIGGINS aycross NETH ROBERTS .ckburg, S. C. ALDOLLOH RASSOULI Tehran. Iran ARNOLD REYNOLDS Tucker ANN RIGSBY Camilla LINDA ROBERTS Enigma JEAN REESE CLEVELAND Macon REGISTER JIMMY RICH Pearson Collins DAVID RIDGEWAY BOB ROBERSON Jackson ThomasviHe DOYLE ROBERTS DAVID ROBERTSON Donalsonville Hinesville JULIE ROBINSON Sardis Sophomores "Would you believe more prunes!" S+uden+s +ake fime from classes for mid-day meal in +he dining hall. "I don'+ have fo look like Twiggy fo be fragile!" Co-eds prepare decoraHons +or annual Fall Formal. Sophomores "Ouch! I knew I should have puf in a new blade!" Sfudenf goes +hrough everyday rifual of shaving. "Backfield in mofion!" Many affernoon hours are occupied by inframural pracfice and compefifion. GAIL ROGERS GlennviHe SHEILA ROGERS McRae BETTY SANDERS Cordele SUZANNE SCHRAMM Dawson AL SHANKLIN Sylvesfer LARRY ROGERS Macon VELMA ROSE Ouifman KENNY SANDERS D naldsonville V LIN SCOTT Tiffon TOMMY SHIRLEY Bainbridge ROB ROGERS Pelham CARSON SALY' Avondale Esfa FRANK SANDIF York, 5. C. LEE SESSIONS Thomasville JACK SHIVER Sylvesfer KRISTA SHIVER Camilla GENE SLADE Cordele GEORGE SMITH AHanfa JIMMY SMITH Waycross KAREN SMITH Aflanfa LILLIAN SMITH Warner Robins RANDAL H. SMITH Ochlocknee TIM SMITH McRae SANDRA SMITH Cordele THOMAS SMITH Griffin DUKE SNYDER Immokalee. Fla. TOM SPROUSE Thomson BUDDY STANLEY Lodge. 5. C. JOYCE STEPHENS Cordele WEBSTER STEVENS Willacoochee SEAN STEVENSON La Ceiba. Honduras HARLEY STEWART Sharpsburg LOGEN STRICKLAND Blackshear ROBERT STRICKLAND LueHa TOM STUBBS Douglas CHARLES SUMNER Chula JOHN SUTTON Sylvesfer JAMES TATE Denfon JERRY TATUM Alma DONALD TAWZER Tiffon KATHALEEN TEEMS Fifzgerald JAMES THOMPSON Sylvesfer RONNIE THOMPSON Moulfrie ANNETTE TH RASH ER Madison WADE THURMOND Sasser "I fold you +0 be home by midnighi!" Sfudenf iournalisfs enjoy refreshmenfs af parfy for organizaHon of Press Club. JOHN TILLER Winder CHARLES TIPPER Ty Ty RONNIE TOLER Irwingfon STEVE TOMBERLIN Ocilla RONALD TRUSSELL Sandersville DON TURNER Pavo JO TYSON Pompano Beach, Fla. CRANDALL USSERY Hazelhursf MITTIE VAUGHAN Waycross DOUGLAS VINSON Waycross JUDY KAY WADE Cordele SUSAN WAINWRIGHT Folksfon CHERYL WALDEN Wrens TERRY WARREN Warner Robins NORMAN WATSON Moulfrie CRIS WEBB Dawson MARIE WEBB Rfchland KERMIT WELBORN Waynesboro KENNETH J. WELDON Tiffon BETH WELLS Cordele BRYSON WELLS Dublin WILL WENDELKEN Rincon NANCY WEST MeHer LARRY WHEELER Sycamore SHIRLEY WHIDDON Tiffon MIKE WHITE Millen WILLIAM WILKINS Blackburg. S. C. GAYLE WILLIAMS Glenn TOM WILLIAMS Archer. Fla. MARVIN WILLINGHAM Hogansville "Here I am . . . fesis and all!" English ins+ruc+or "braves" wef weafher +0 meef class'. Sophomores a liffle furfher and I can reach Hie spof "My arm is longer 'H'Ian yours." ABAC men engage e if i+ches . . ." Sfudenfs keep ABAC phones in Sfudenf Cen+er's primary recreafion. JAMES WILLIS Omega BILL WILLS Americus KENNY WILLS Presfon AUBREY WILSON . AbbeyviHe CHARLINE WILSON Tiffon HAROLD WILSON Sardis LARRY WILSON BuHer MARIAN WILSON Bainbridge PAULA WINSLETT Fairburn JOE WOMBLE Donalcrsonville BILL WOODYARD LaGrange MARTHA WOOTEN Coolidge MACK WORLEY Okeechobee. Fla. CHARLES WRIGHT Ocilla LARRY WRIGHT Ashburn MARLANE WYCHE Sanford BOBBIE NELL WYNN Ocilla LINDA YARBROUGH Tiffon MELVIN YARBROUGH Tiffon NANCY YAWN Milan LINDA YORK Tiffon LARRY YOUNG TenniHe TOMMY YOUNGBLOOD Sylves?er LAMAR Z. ZlPPERER Guyfen FAR LEFT: Jim Lever. president CEN- TER: Twila Mallard. vice president BELOW: Kafhleen Newberry. frees- urer. RIGHT: Norma Green. secrefary. Freshman Class Officers V , mm w; h. .m. LEROY ADAMS Bainbridge STEVE ADAMS Augusfa TED ADAMS Fernandina Beach. Ha. REGGIE ADAMSON Tiffon RANDY AKERS Wheefwrighf. Ky. DAVID ALDRICH Waycross KENNY ALLEN TiHon DON ALLMOND Meigs HIRAM ALTMAN Cedarfown MARY ALVlS MouHrie JANA ANDERS Marieffa CHARLES ANDERSON Appling JIMMY ANDREWS Edison RANDY ANGLE Savannah SUE AUSBURN Cairo JOHN AVERITT Sfafesboro ANNETTE AVERY MouHrie HENRY AYERS Dawsonville NORMA BACON Pembroke TERRY BAGGETT Pavo JOHN BAILEY Perry THADDEUS BAILEY Ridgeland. S. C. BETTY BAKER MouHrfe CEIL BAKER Macon "Do your +hing. honey!" Gymnasfics is one of ABAC'S popular physical educafion classes. "Wanna drag?" Agriculfure equipmen+ fechnology s+uden+s gain much pracfical experience in classes. VE BALDREE ROBERT BALDWIN LARRY BANKS iffon Aiken, 5. C4 Jonesboro RY BARBER LEON BARFIELD SHERYL BARFlELD oodbind Moulfrie Warner Robins T BARRY SHARON BATTLE AL BATTS Hon Tiffon OCiHa N BAXLEY GERAL BAXTER EARL BEASLEY omsboro Ludowici Avera Y BEASLEY BARRY FLOYD BERGER rfal BEDDINGFIELD Roberfa Louisville "Maybe you should iusf +ype if over . . . Adminisfrafive secrefaries confer on roufine office problem. CARMEN BERLANGA Adel JOHN BISHOP Quifman JOY BLITCH Brooklef WILLIAM C. BOYD Elberfon .4, ii, ti. IIHey hon . . Bef cha' Mihnie Pearl couldn'f beaf H1is!" Home EC Club inifiafe parficipafes in "fashion show." Freshmen CECIL BISHOP Tiffon HOWARD BLACK Millen LINDA BOOTH Tray Cify BUDDY BOYETTE PaHerson DWIGHT BISHOP Brookfieid ROGER BLANCHARD Sycamore WILLIAM BOURKE AHaMa RONNIE BOZEMAN Sylvesfer GERALD Bl Quifman CHERYL BL Rebecca CARL BOY! Pearson CHUCK BR Planf Cify - he's good . . . I faughf him every shof nows." Even Coeds play billiards in S+uden+ er. "You reckon we'd blow up +he building if we added jus+ anofher drop of nifrogen?" Chemisfry sfudenfs learn +hrough lab experimenfs. JAMES BRADLEY Blairsville JOE BRADLEY Monroe NANCY BRANCH Jacksonville. Fla. JO BRANDON Macon ALLEN BRASWELL Columbus GAIL BRASWELL Tiffon JESSE BRASWELL Alamo HAZEL BRIDGES Tiffon SUSAN BRIDGES Sumner DAN BROCK Arab DANNY BROCK Balnbridge JOE BROOKS Tiger STEVE BROOKS HomerviHe MICHAEL BROOME Camifla BOBBY BROWN NashviHe DAVID BROWN HinesviHe DAVID BROWN RocheHe DENNIS BROWN Brooklef JANlCE BROWN Coljins KENNY BROWN Fifzgerak'i RANDY BROWN SandersviHe VERA BROWN Tiffon LEIGH BRYANT Vienna MARTHA BULLOCH Tiffon Freshmen I .1 "Hide your moneyI boys . . . Bonnie and Clyde "Whew! Won'f +his class ever end?" S+uden+s are here!" The Lew Akins masquerade for halloween lisfen infenfly as professor lecfures. dance. MIKE BUNN EVERETT BURCH ALLEN BURFORD CONNIE BURKE McDonough Jesup Camilla Waynesboro ANDY BURNS JOHN BURTON BERNARD BUTLER BRUCE BUTLER Newingfon Barney Monroe Monroe "Hey fellas! You can ge+ a good view of +he from ou+ here!" A special fype of air-condHi is used by +his dorm sfudenf. DIE BUTLER STEVEN BUTLER amilla Fifzgerald DSEY CAMPBELL TERRY CARDEN bharon. Penn. Danvil'le RTIS CARTER DAVlD CARTER aycross Baxley ROLD HAL CHAMBLESS HAMBERS Dawson iffon SUSAN CILEG CHRISTIE Ochlochnee arieHa LLOYD BYERS MounfviHe. S. C, DESHAN CARLOS Manaqua, Nicaragua HARRY CARTER Afhens NANCY CHAMPION Tiffon EDWIN CLARK Rochelle JOYCE CAGLE Barwick DIANNA CARLTON Moulfrie SYLVIA CARTER Waycross DALE CHANCEY Waycross GARY CLARK Helena JANE CALDWELL MouHrie DAVID CARSWELL Waynesboro STEVE CARSON TiHon FERNANDO CHAVARRlA-VOLIO Cosfa Rica TERRY CLARK Moulfrie DON CAMPBELL Moulfrie DOUG CARTER Hinesville JOHN CASTLEBERRY MuseHa ANN CHESHIRE Thomasville VICKI CLAXTON Tclboffom GORDON CAMPBELL TiHon CLYDE CARTER Waycross LEONARD CAUDLE Tiffon HAL CHESTNUTT Tiffon AUSTIN L. COARSEY Tiffon Freshmen "And +hen . . . +here was +his greaf big puffy caf!" Baldwin Players presentL "Arsenic and Old RAY COBB Davisboro JIMMY CONEY Renfz EDDIE COWART Dawson ANGELA COFER Tiffon GAYLE CONNER Folksfon FRED COWN Vienna DEBBIE COKER Valdosfa GEORGE COOK Ocilla SHELBY COX Colquiff Lace." CAROL COLLINS McRae PAUL COOK Nashville DAN COXWELL Warrenfon DENVER COLLINS Whigham LAMAR COOLER Savannah JANICE CRIBB Waycross ELLEN COLLINS Tiffon KEN COOLER Ridgeland. S. C. JOHN CROFT Aflanfa MIKE COLLI Cairo DENNIS COU Lake Placid. MIKE CROW Griffin LEFT: '-'Mon+y, please don'f filabusfer ionighf!" Represenfafive +0 S+uden+ Senafe gives opinion during regular session. ABOVE: "A buffef? Of salad dressings?" S+uden+s add +he +rimmings +0 meal in Hue dining hall. GORDON CROZIER Valdos+a RANDY CURLES Bainbridge FLORA CUTCHENS Bainbridge BILLY DALTON Moulfrie EDDIE DALTON MarieHa RONNY DANFORD LaGrange RONNIE DANIEL OciHa HUB DANIELL Claxfon LEE DASHER Macon HECK DAVIS Eatonfon ILAVAN DAVIS Lenox JUNIOR DAVIS Bainbridge SAUNDRA DAVIS Blackshear TOM DAVIS Warfhen TONY DAVIS Blakely VAN DAVIS Sylvania VICKI DAVIS Ed?son WHELLUS DAVIS OciHa DEBRA DAY Blakely GRACE MARGARET DAY Ocilla BARRY DEAS Waycross SHERYL DEES Tiffon CLAYTON DELAIGLE Waynesboro HERMAN DELAIGLE Waynesboro RAYMOND DELAIGLE Waynesboro ED DOUTHIT Pine Mounfain HARRIET DYER Tiffon Freshmen GAIL DELK Pompano Beach. Fla. LYNDA DOZIER Milledgeville CEClL EADDY Manning, 3 C. "Is fhis +he gag prize?" Couples compefe in cos- +ume confesf during Masquerade Ball. DARRELL DENHAM Tiffon ROD DRAKE Waynesboro FAYE EDENF'ELD Tiffon AL DENMARK Sfafesboro SYLVIA DUCKWORTH Tiffon HAROLD EDGE Sycamore LARRY DEWBERRY Moulfrie WILLARD DUKES Moulfrie JOHN EDGE Sycamore CHARLES DlEAS Alapaha DUSTY DURDEN Savannah BILL EDINGER Hialeah. Fla. LARRY DORSEY Oglethorpe MARVIN DURE Stone Mounhai JOHNNY EDMONDSON Blakely many refills of coffee for +en cenfs?" ABAC enf Cenfer is gafhering place for faculfy and members. Jroo. SUZANNE ELLIOT McDonough ELIECER ELLIS Panama Cify. Panama BILLY EMBRY Thomson TODD ERICKSON N4 Miami, Fla; WAYNE EUBANKS Pelham SCOTT EVANS Fifzgerald SHERRY EVANS Norman Park ANTHONY EVERETT Monroe RITA FAIN Hoboken RAYMOND FAIRCLOTH PHfs LINDSEY FALLIN Moulfrie KATHY FARMER Cordele LYNN FAVERO Alanfa LOUISE FENNELL McRae DONALD FINCH Grovefown RONNIE FINCH Grovefown BURLIN FINDLEY Jay, Fla. MERRITT FLETCHER Sylvesfer RICKY FLETCHER Tiffon BRUCE FLOWERS Hephzibach RODNEY FOREMAN Norman Park CHARLES FOUNTAIN Savannah BOB FOWLER Warner Robins JAMES FOWLER Okeechobee. Fla. RALPH FRANKLIN Blakely SHARON FRAZlER TiHon CHRlS FREEMAN OdHa STEVEN GARREN Tallahassee. Fla. MARY FRASER "Hey! Wa+ch ou+! Thaf +icldes!" ABAC men clown Sfone Moumai" in dormi+ory wifh props from play. GEORGE FREDERICK Adrian LINDA GARLAND Rabun Gap DON GASKINS Nashville Freshmen DOUG GASKINS Nashville LINDA GIBBS Tiffon PATSY GAY Tiffon CHARLES GIBSON Waycross THOMAS GAY Sylvesfer SARAH GIBSON Folksfon KRISTIN GIBBONS Tiffon DAVID GIDDENS Waycross DEBRA GIB Willacooc RONNIE GI Alma ILYN GILLEY le Silver A GOFF es+er NY GOWEN sfon A GREEN nfa RIFFIN on WILLIAM GILLIS Waycross STEVE GOFF Sylvesfer JIM GRAHAM Barney DALE GRESSETTE Orangeburg. S. C. JESSE GRIFFIN Tiffon WILLIAM GUSSON Claxfon MELANIE GOINGS MouHrie LARRY GRAY AHanfa MARC GRIFFIES Cairo CHARLIE GUNTER Tiffon RICHARD GODBEE Eafon JAN GOODWIN Tiffon LINDA GREEN Athens CHRIG GRIFFIN NashviHe LARRY GUNTER Walkinsvi'lle HERSHELL GUTHRIE Donglas LACY GUY Thomasville ANN GWINES Sylvesfer LARRY HADDEN MeHer DON HAGEN Albany KEN HALCOTT Milford. Conn. "Say fella . . . you going fo sleep sfanding up?" Tiredness from long hours of work and play show as roommafes confinue sfudy during lafe hours. TERRY HALE TiHon DON HALL McDonough DOROTHY HALL Thomasville JERRY HALL Norman Park KAY HALL Tiffon M. L. HALL Cordele VIRGINIA HALLMAN Bosfon ALAN HAMBRICK Eafonfown. N. J. MICHAEL HAMBRIGHT Blacksburg, S. C. JEAN HAMILTON Sardis MIKE HAMMOCK Sf. Simons MIKE HAMNER Norman Park LYNN HANCOCK Tiffon STEVE HANCOCK Tiffon DAVID HARDEGREE Vienna COTCH HARKLEROAD Waycross BYRL HARRELL Bainbridge JERRY HARRELL Blakely JOHN HARRELL Tiffon LYNN HARRELL OciHa WILLIAM HARRELL Tiffon WINFRED HARRELL Bainbridge JOE BAKER HARRIS Jesup TOM HARRIS Plains RUFUS HARRIS Norman Park "WHh a 26-leHer alphabet how can 'l'here be so many words?" ABAC newspaper edifor checks proofs before Sfallion pages are prinfed. f can'+ remember . ." Co-ed ponders fesf quesfions. 4 any more answers fo +his HOLLY HARRIS Turin BUBBA HARRISON Tiffon PATRICIA HARVEY Tiffon HlLDA HASKINS Pearson CLAIRE HATCHER Lake Wales. Fla. JACK HAYES Calhoun LARRY HAYES Willacoochee JIMMY HEARD Bainbridge FRANK HEDLEY Laurel. Md. WADE HELMS Abbeville DANIEL HENDERSON Ocilla JIMMY HENDRICKS Woodland DANNY HENDRIX Waycross JUDY HENDRIX Porfal MICHAEL HENDRIX Charlesfon, S. C. TERRY HENINGER Fifzgerald EDGAR HERRINGTON Alma SUZANNE HICKEY Jesup JOEY HILL Bainbridge JULIO HERRERA Panama. Panama RICKY HERRINGTON Tiffon GALE HICKS Ochlocknee LINDA HILL Denfon ROBERT HERRING Dillon. 5. C. SUZANNE HESTER Lenox DONNA HIGGINS Tiffon STAN HILLIS Girard "You're righf . . . Thaf is whaf if fasfes like." Co-ed finishes lunch. rushes +0 refurn +0 classes. "Ge+ your Hnger ouf of my ear!" This sfudenf has some "ou+side reading" +0 do. no doubf . . . HILTON rgan HOLLIDAY on NE HOWELL nma RT JERNIGAN na Visfa E JOHNSON illa BENJAMIN HITCHCOCK Tennille JIMMY HOLLINGSWORTH Tiffon SAMMY HOWELL Ocilla ROGER JETT Sevi'lle TOM JOHNSON Decafur RONALD HOBBY Sylvesfer CLIFF HOLTON Camilla ALAN HUGHES Ray Cify CARL JOHNSON Tiffon DEBORAH JONES Tiffon WILLIAM HODGES Savannah GLENN HORNER MarieHa KEN HUNDLEY Columbus DONA JOHNSON Ochlocknee ELLEN JONES Thomasville LYNDA HOLDER Apopka. Fla. WILLIAM HORTMAN Pavo ANDREW JACKSON Franklin DOYLE JOHNSON Marshallville MORRlS JONES LaGrange FRANCES HOLLAND Dona'ldsonville CATHLEEN HOUSE Salisburw Md. SCOTT JENKINS Eas+ Poinf JOHN JOHNSON Tiffon RONNIE JONES Tiffon PHYLLIS HOLLAND Barwick NOLEN HOWARD Forsyfh STAN JENKINS Waynesboro MARLENE JOHNSON Camilla TERRY JONES Piffs JOHNNILE JUHAN Easf Poinf ED JUSTICE Albany DANNY KEENER Rabun Gap BRENDA KEITH Tiffon KENNY KELLEY EHenfon DOUG KERSEY Adrian RONALD KEY Live Oak, Fla JOHN KIDDER Belle Glade. Fla. G. J. KIMBREL ColquiH KATHY KIMBREL ColquiH CAROLE KING Kakefy JOEL KING Adairsville LARRY KING Moulfrie ROBERT KNIGHT Wareshoafs. S. C. EDDIE KNOWLTON Waycross ALAN KNUCKLES Aflanfa ALVIN KRECH Miami, F55. WALTER KRESKE Miami Fla. KENNETH LAGROW Lake Placid. Fla. JOSEPH LAMB Ashburn TOMMY LAMB Tiffon SUZANNE LAND Apopka, Fla. JOHN LANE Waycross MARCIA LANE Bainbridge JEAN LANGSTON Unadila "I wonder WHO wrofe +his consfifufion. anyway . . ." S+uden+ senafor looks over agenda of regular meefing of Sfudenf Sen- afe. ABAC'S sfudenf governmemL organiza- Hon an! Her 5 Id wasn'f even THAT long!" Sfudenf ors perform in Baldwin Players' production. LASSETER ciHa ' RY LEDFORD ephzibaH 'TON LEEDER arblehead. Mass. ALD LEWIS oulfrie CYNTHIA LASSITER Tiffon DIANE LEE Willacoochee JUDY LEHMAN Adel STANLEY LEWIS Augusfa PHYLLIS LAWHORNE Chamblee JACK LEE Aflania GARY LEITNER Bowen. Mass. DAN LIFTMAN Norih Miami Beach. Fla. CHRIS LAWLESS Albany STEVEN LEE Rocky Ford JIM LEVER Tiffon KATHIE LIND Cairo "Okay . . . I'll dress for lunch if +ha+'s +he rule!" Co-ed's expression indicafes some displeasure dur- ing cheerleader Jrryou'rs. 1, V me;l 311. 31 me 313V w- ,. i "u $4.113, .m g . .u-l -' -44- NWWJFUI MFWMWJIIIB ' a... "Who needs a factu advisor when we can go +0 a dance?" S+uden+s read announcemen+s and enjoy refreshmenf in SfudemL Cenfer. Y 1 CHARLES LINK BOBBY LOTT KATHY LOVETT WafkinsviHe Lenox Adel SAMMY LOWMAN BENNET LUKE ROY LUKE Blueridge Valdosfa CamiHa ELTON MADDOX LOUISE MALCOM TWILA MALLA' Pendergrass Kafhleen Jesup KENNETH MALLOG STEVE MALSBERGER DANIEL MALTB Tiffon B'Akelv Sf. Auqusfine. CLAY MARLOW DELORES DWIGHT MAR Roopville MARSHALL Clinfon. Ky. Quifman "My nail file would cu+ as well as fhis knife!" Co-ed cufs cardboard ?or dance decoraHons prop. LEWIS MARTIN Edaula Ala. PAUL MARTIN WiHiamsfon. S. C. KATHY MASHBURN MarieHa RONNEY MASTERS Newfon AUBREY MATHIS Waynesboro PHILLIP MAXWELL Macon GARY MAY Moulfrie JUDY MAY Norman Park TERRY MAYNE Tiffon JIMMY McCLURE Sylvesier TROY MCCORKLE Buena Visfa WILLIAM MCCORMICK Blakely BOBBY MCDONALD Blakely DARRELL MCDONALD Fifzgerald JOHNNY MCDONALD Wrens PAUL MCDONALD Fifzgerald DANNY MCGAHEE Linco!n+on EDWARD MEGAHEE Blakely AL MCGEE Roberfa MARY McGEE Cordeie LARRY MEGEE Moulfrie DAVID MCKINNEY Cordele ELIZABETH McLENDON Edison FARRELL MCLEOD Hazelehursf ROBERT MCMANUS Lifhonia KENNETH MCMICHEN Smyrna GEORGE McMILLAN Winfer Garden. Fla. KENNETH McMILLAN Tiffon REAYNETTA McMILLION Tiffon PETE MCPHAIL Warm Springs "Aw-w-w . . . Do we have +0 have class foday?" Professor and s+uden+s can'+ seem +0 agree on some poinf of difference. Freshmen ROGER MEDDERS Sylvesfer TERRY MEEK Summerville ANN MEGAHEE Norman Park CHRIS MERCER Cordele STEVEN MERCK Kingsland BENNY METCALF Sycamore GEORGE MlDDLETON ColquiH WAYNE MIDDLETON Blakely MAX MlLES Camilla JUDY MILLER Dixie BARRY MILLIGAN Tabor Cify. N. C. JOHN MILLS Marieffa DON MITCHELL Tiffon JIM MITCHELL Newnan MIKE MITCHELL Culloden JAMES MOCK TiHman, S. C. JANICE MOCK Tillman. S. C. BILL MOORE Nashville DEBBIE MOORE Thomasville JOEL MOORE Fifzgerald DARRELL MORGAN Griffin GAYLE MORGAN Springfield TOM MORGAN Greenville. S C. JANICE MORRIS OciHa "I iusf never have fime for lunch!" Sfudenf cafches a quick hamburger a'r lunchfime in campus Sfudenf Cenfer. Freshmen 'RY MORRIS avannah RGIE MULLIS oulfrie DIE MURRAY lbany 'LENE NEWTON ouHrie YNE NIX ashvillp SUSAN MOSS Macon LARRY MURKERSON Blakely DONNA NASWORTHY Norman Park NED NICHOLS Jesup VERNON NOLAN Douglas ELIZABETH MULLIS TiHon KEN MURPHY Thomasville KATHLEEN NEWBERRY Sylvania RANDY NICHOLOS Waycross JAMES NORMAN Oak Ridge. Tenn. "Eenie-meenie-miney-mo!" Prompfer follows sfage dialogue for play produc'rion. "These reading assignmenfs sure +0 fake a lof of fime . . . Baldwin Library's quief sfudy areas offer aid +0 s+uden+'s sfudy. GLORIA ODOM Arlingfon ANTHONY OSEI Ghana HENRY PADGETT Baxley WILLIAM PARKER Camila "Therefore, be H resolved Hwaf . . ." Legislafion affecfing +he ABAC sfudenf body is enacfed in +he Sfudenf Senafe. Freshmen BETTY OLLIFF Dou las ' JIMMY OUTLAW McRae GAIL PARKER Moulfrie CONNIE PARKS Tiffon DANA O'MALEY Gbusesfor. Mass. TOMMY OXFORD Concord FRANK PARKER Waycross JIMMY PARR DoughasviHe LUCINA O' ThomasviH LINDA PAC ThomasviH. HARRY PA' Ludouici WALTER PA Nashville CECIL PATTERSON Byron ROBIN PAXSON Bishop JACK PAYNE Belle Glade. Fla. ELTON PEARMAN Chula JOHNNY PEAVY Vienna BETH PEEL Camilla JANET PEEPLES Moore Haven. Fla. EDWARD PHELPS Ashburn CAROLYN PHILLIPS Thompson DAN PHILLIPS Tiffon SAMUEL PIERCE Macon JIM PILGRIM Thomson FLOYD PIPER Warner Robins CATHY PIPKIN Vaidosfa FRANKLIN PIRKLE Hoschfon LEE PITTMAN Bainbridge DOUG PITTS Tiffon JACK PlTTS Vidalia DENNIS PLYMALE Quiiman STEVIE PLYMALE Quifman BARBARA POLK Nashville NANCY PONDER Thomasville JERRY POPPELL Hinesville LUTHER POTTER Thomasville re fellas . . . his is where you made your "I'm no draH dodger . . . My number is fwo!" .ke." Professor aids sfudenfs in solving a Cosfumed sfudenfs compefe in Masquerade Ball .roblem. compefifion. "Yes, .we'll pracfice five Hmes a day on +his one . . . Professor Akin reviews play pracfice schedule. RALPH POWELL Augusfa ALFRED PURDY Aflanfa RANDY POWERS Vienna JENNIFER PURDY Fifzgerald LARRY PRESNALL Warner Robins JAMES RAINS Woodland NANCY PURCELL Summerville LINDA RANSOM Unadilla "Gee . . . my nofes sure are hard f0 read." Co crams for mid-ferm fesfs. "Oh, we can always leave our graves for a pa Here's anofher cosfumed couple from Masque Ball. r F re s h m e n "Glen WHO?" Talenfed ABAC s+uden+s perform during annual Talenf Show. n: W KATHY STALLINGS BURT SPENCE BOBBY SPENCE WILLIAM SPARROW RONNIE SNUGGS RICKY SMITH JOE SLOAN Ellaville Camilla Ty Ty Unadilla McRae Columbus ColquiH EDGAR SISK STEVE SINGLETARY PHIL SINGLETARY GERALD SIMPSON TENNYSON MIKE SlMMONS MlKE S'LCOX Greensboro Blakely Ocilla TiHon SIMMONS Ty Ty Valdosfa JEAN SESSIONS JEPP SHARMAN ALLEN SHEALEY TRIPPE SHELL Dublin BONNIE SHIVER DONALD SHI Adel Albany Ocilla Sparks STEVE Bainbridge Belle Glade. SHILLINGLAN York. 5. C. DENNIS STALVEY Waycross PHILLIP STANCEL Dacula CATHY STAPLETON Folksforr CHARLES STEWART KeysviHe HARRIET STEWART Valdosfa JANET STEWART TiHon PEGGY STONE Tiffon PAM STOUDENMIRE Camilla MIKE STOWE Warrenfon DALE STRICKLAND Auburndale. Fla. FRANK STRICKLAND Canon GLENN STRICKLAND Bosfon TERESA STRICKLAND Thomasville JANET STRINGFELLOW Juniper LAVERNE SNUGGS Bainbridge MARSHA SULLINS Carfersville FRANK SUMNER Tiffon JANE SUMNER Chula WENDELL SUMNER Omega LARRY SWAIN McRae REATHA SWAIN PiHs FREDDIE SWANSON Fifzgerald FREDDY SWILLEY Macon WALTER SWINT Pembroke LEFT: "Aw-w-wI baby . . ." S+u- ABOVE: "I siudy beHer when I'm denf "gefs wifh H" af one of fre- resfing . . . Reading is accom- quenf campus dances. plished by +his sfudenf in dorm room. JOHN SWOFFORD Douglasville JAMES TANNER Wrighfsville TOMMY TAYLOR Tolboffon CHARLES THOMPSON Anderson, S. C. DANNY TABB "This has +0 be We right answer . . ." Chemisfry New+on sfudenfs puf in exfra hours in +he lab. ROBERT TAYLOR TiHon LARRY THOMAS Pelham JACK THOMPSON TiHon Freshmen JAMES THOMPSON SUE THOMPSON Pinehursf Chula SUSAN TILLMAN WILLIAM TODD Ludowici Blackshear GLENN THRIFT MeHer JAMES TUCK New Smyrna Beach. Fla. RAN DALL THU RSBY Bainbridge BARBARA TUCKER Tiffon MONICA TIB Tiffon MICHAEL TU Tiffon Y TURNER iHon HN TYSON ashviUe MES VASSEY ych RRYL VICKERS Icilla REE WADE ordele K 1 ROBERT TURNER Bainbridge DAVID UPCHURCH Baxle CHRISTY VAUGHN Vienna GEORGIA ANN VICKERS Douglas JANE WALDROP McDonough JAMES TYGART Nashville TIM USSERY Milan ALAN VERNER Ruflelge WILLIAM VINSON Forsyfh DERRICK WALKER Tiffon BETTY TYSON Tiffon IRVING VAN HUSS Pompano Beach. Fla. DANIEL VICKERS Alapha JOHN VITANGE Tiffon JAN WALKER Tiffon TERRY WALKER Perry WILLIAM WALKER Tiffon DYERE WALLER Mauk DAVID WANSLEY Decafur NANCY WARD Locusf Grove JAMES WARREN Blackville, S. C. "If I can survive his, I can survive anyfhing!" Firsf aid sfudenfs gain pracfical experience in physical educafion class. WILLIAM WARREN Fifzgerald DARA WASS QuHman MATTHEW WATERS MeHer RANDY WATERS Sfafesboro DONNIE WATKINS Mershon LARRY WATSON Lakdand BILLY WATSON Jeffersonville GLADYS WASZAK Augusta DONI WEBB Valdosfa JOE WEBER Albany DEBBIE WEDGWORTH Belle Glade, Fla. JUDY WELDON Tiffon GENE WEST Cordele TERESA WESTER Macon JOE WHATLEY Arlingfon DELORES WHELLIS Elberfon BRIM WHITE Meiqs DENNIS WHITFEILD Twin Cify CLARIE WAITFIELD Sylvesfer DENNIS WHITFIELD Harlem SUE WHITFIELD Moulfrie DONNA WHITTINGTON Tiffon MARJORIE WILDES Douglas THOMAS WILKES ReEdsviHe CINDY WILLIAMS Sylvesfer "Hm-m-m . . . Whaf a headache!" Weary sfudenf sfops by lunch counfer in S+udemL Cenfer. Freshmen NKLIN ILLIAMS niqma NETTE WILSON bbeviHe ILLIP WREN aynesboro BBY YATES oulfrie RVIN YOUNG ihgerald HENRY WILLIAMS Glenn SPARKY WILSON Columbus BERNICE WRIGHT Tiffon STEVE YORK Quincy. Fla. WALTER YOUNG Wrens SIDNEY WILLIAMSON Blackshear NORMA WIMBERLY TalboHon JAY WRIGHT Donaldsonville GERALD YOUNG Helena LEITH ZEIGLER Ricon ANN WILLIS Omega ANITA IWINGALE Camilla JUDY WYCHE Sanford. Fla. JERRY YOUNG Tiffon MATTHEW ZITTROWER Springfield "How does his fhing work?" Sfudenf a++emp+s +0 ge+ mechanical device info mofion. "Aw-w-w honey . . . lef's skip class and go for a ride."' Couple appears +0 have impor'ranf con- versafion in parking lot THE ESTABLISHMENT ADVERTISERS, INDEX Our support from the business firms in Tifton . . . friends here in this town who supply our needs . . . downtown . . . the shopping centers. uWill you cash this check for me, Pm from ABAC . . . Sure, I'll be glad to" . . . courtesy in both directions . . . an appreciation of the college . . awareness of its people and their needs. $ gk. . L ; at t. .7555; G , y a. 4! .r. 49!!!! A $rrirrrll, , $5555 I M v "Vi.- . uzxunu gamma ma mwm .23. mkg. L a BELOW: CaH Afwa+er 8 Peacock Elec+ric Com- BELOW: Roddenbery Hardware serves +he pub- pany af Wes+ Sevenfh Sheet +elephone 382- He wi+h every+hing from farm supplies +0 house- 3650 for elecfrical wiring or confracfing. wares as well as giHs 6+ I l8 Easf Second Sheet phone 382-6122. ABOVE CENTER: "The place +0 go for brands you know." is Tif+on Clo+hes Shop. Love Ave- nue and Second S+reef, phone 382-691 I. ABOVE: TiHon's Jfirs+ and finesf exclusive shoe sfore S. 8: R. Shoe Store. Ioca+ed af 305 Main S+ree+ carries Poll Parrot Hush puppies. Per- sonalify and Randcraff for Hue whole family. ,N Will yarn": or LEFT: Burger Chef is +he home of Jrhe world's greafesf Hamburger. franchised nafionwide by Burger Che1c Sysfems. In- dianapolis 7. Open from II200 a.m.;l I:OO p.m. Burger Chef iusf says "call us and M TIFTON we'll gef up +he eafs for you." Phone 382- 62l7 or drop by Wesf Seven+h Sfreef in Tiffon. ABOVE: The Bank of Tiffon has +wo convenieniL Iocafions in TiHon for +he con- venience of ifs cusfomers. Af +his full serv- ice bank. each deposifor is insured +0 $l5.000 by +he FDIC. "Where if's easy +0 do business." Phone 382-2424. OriginaX Oil PaTnfing by MRS. ANNETTE RIGDON The Cify 0 Tiffon. coun'ry seaf of Tiff Counfy. is rolling land. Tiffon. and Tiff Counfy offers div 5 +rade. manufaduring, and +ranspor+a+ion cen+er fica'rion due +0 indusfrializafion sfrides during in He hearf of a ferfile agriculfural secfion of las+ decade. Sou+h Cenfral Georgia. The cify is locafed abouf POierS Of inferesf in and around Tiffon incl 60 miles norfh of +he Georgia-Florida boundary in +he following: fhe Georgia Coasfal Plain. Georgia Coasfal Plain Experimenf Sfafion TiHon enl'oys +he advanfages 01C an excellen+ Abraham Baldwin AgriculfuralCoHege fransporfafion sysfem. Highways radiafe in eigl'nL Tobacco Sales dfrecHons and railroads in five direcfions. Infers+a+e COHOH Gins 75. running norfh and sou+h. borders +he wesfern JeHerson DaViS Memorial Park edge of fine ci+y. Fulwood Park In addifion fo being one of +he besf farming Fishing and Hunfing regions in Georgia wifh I79.240 acres of genHy es: - "-0 FRISH DAIRY FOODS mm mmim .VE: For finesf in dairy producfs. call Pei ies. 382-6068. Julian Walker. Manager. LEFT: Rigdon's Laundry is a coin-opera+ed laundry and dry cleaning service for +he con- venience of you, Hie public. Rigdon's is lo- ca+ed a+ 3l0 Wes+ 12+h Sheet LEFT CEN- TER: Prince Chevrolef says "Puffing you firsf keeps us first" This is proven by +heir sales and service and l-day insfallafion of sfereo Jrapes and players. For 24-hour wrecker service phone 382-2525 or 382-3072 af night BELOW: The Tiffon Police Deparfmenf cordially serves ABAC and +he TiHon area. Chief Rober+ Branch. and his sfaff are among +he friendly people of Tiffon serving +he college and ifs needs. BELOW: For car financing, life healfh. home and business insurance confacf W. L. Eubanks a+ 382- 2853 or go by S+afe Farm Insurance office af 206 Love Avenue. RIGHT: Ace Hardware se+s +he pace in hardware values. S+op 6+ your one s+op hard- ware for paint home and garden supplies. spor+ing goods. housewares and giHs. Locafed in +he Town and Counfry Plaza, phone 382-8842. LOWER LEFT: Garreff-Schwarh Mofor Company of Tiffon is your aufhorized sales and parfs service dealer for Buick. Cadillac. Ponfiac, Kadef and GMC frucks. Call 382-2453 for a demonsfrafion ride or come by 30l Easf Fiffh Sfreef. 2' mm-SCHWARIZ,MQTyQijyc- ,. , TOP CENTER AND TOP RIGHT: The Farmers Bank of Tiffon is a member of Federal DeposhL Insurance Corpora- Jrion which insures each de- posifor for a $I5.000 maxi- CaaWac j PONTIAC mum. Farmers Bank says you "can bank on us." wifh farm loans. car loans. and home loans. Phone 382-332I or use +heir drive-in. facilifies af +he Town and Coun'rry' Plaza. L , BUICK QMETRUCKS CENTER LEFT: Come +0 Turner Furnifure for a complefe line of household furnishings. Decorafor service is also available. 60 by 223 Easf Second S+ree+ or phone 382-3266. LEFT: The Big S+ore af 346 Soufh Main provides ABAC sfudenfs and Tiffonifes wifh a variefy of wearing apparel for the enfire family. LOWER LEFT: For fasf service a+ any +ime. go by Carl's Pure Oil on Infersfafe 75 and U.S. 82 or phone 382-Al3l3. i??? nuirr Inga: ANNOUNCING NEW DIET RITE COLA Yes, We have no cyclamafes. Yes, we're sfill a die+ cola. Yes. we added some sugar Uauf we've a lo+ less calories Hwan ofher colasL Yes. we +as+e so grea+ +ha+ even non- diefers like Twiggy drink us. Yes, you'll be able +0 find us foday here in Chicago. Yes. produced by Royal Crown BoHling Company. TiHon. Georgia. RIGHT: Lang Prini'ing and Of- Hce Supply is Ioca+ed a+ +he corner 0 Third and Cenfral Avenue in TiHon. Georgia. Lang's carries a complefe line of arf and school supplies. For wedding invifafions engraved, embossed. prinfed and wed- ding napkins prinfed or frames for your beaufiful wedding picfures call 382-4264. OW: Porfraifs and acfiva picfures ror +he O TABAC were pho+ographed by Noel Hort Jr.. of Cufhberf. Georgia. Call 732- 7 and secure his service for picfures of orfanf people and evenfs in your life. T: Orr's Radio and Television Service is franchised Sylvania dealer for Tiffon. For .5, felevisions. and phonographs and +he in sales and service go by Orr's a+ 20l S+ree+ or call 382-3399 day; 382-l530 TOP RIGHT: Dipper Dan feafures a varie'ry of 59 differen'r flavors of your favorife ice cream. For one of your favorife flavors go by Dip- per Dan locafed nex+ +0 +he Town, Thea+re in +he Town and Counfry plaza. RIGHT. SECOND: For +he besf in car service. fake your aufo- mobile +0 Walker's Service S+a+ion. a Guhc sfaHon. locafed a+ 4+h S+ree+ and Love Avenue. RIGHT. THIRD:- Tiffon's Qualify Courfs Moiel a+ U.S. 82-lnfersfafe 75 offers for +he +raveler all +he comforfs of home. For reservafions call 382-!22I. 03g: RADIO 8 T.V. SERVICE GREETINGS FROM GEORGI In +he coolness of +he breeze. and in +he seHing of each d sun. always remember +ha+ Farm Bureau in Georgia works for upliffing of +he farm communify. The achHies and in+eres+s of Farm Bureau are as broad as in+eres+s and needs of farmers, +he farm home. and +he farm c. munify. Farm Bureau is farmers and ranchers. +he farm family. w. ing fogefher as a unhL for advancemenf of communify, sfafe . nah'on. Farm Bureau speaks as Hue "Voice" of agriculfure in +he nafi capifol. +he General Assembly. and in. consulfafion wifh fed and s+a+e organizafions upholding +he inferesf of agriculfure . +he rural home. Whefher local. sfafe. nafional or infernaHo problems, Farm Bureau works for agriculfure. For special legislafive needs. Farm Bureau has a Iegisla deparfmenf. For farmer insurance needs. Farm Bureau has far packaged insurance services. For nef income. Farm Bureau ha program giving +0 members low-cos+ mass purchase power on m TOP LEFT: Mr. William L. Lanier en. ABOVE: Georgia Delega -Presiden+ Ga. Farm Bureau Fed- a+ +he convenfion. RIGHT: era+ion and Mrs. Andy Rapes home for Georgia Farm Bure Chairman Ga. Farm Bureau Wom- ARM BUREAU T0 ABAC eded producfion ifems. For added +hrusf in markefing. Farm reau has an aggressive marke+ing program. And for Hue bes+ in nagemenf services. Farm Bureau has a farm record and manage- -n+ service ufilizing +he lafesf in gian+ elecfronic compufers +0 1p Farm Bureau members. Farm Bureau is on +he move in behalf of agricuHure. Remember! herever you 90 +here is a Farm Bureau-working for +he farm mmunify and for farmers. As you go forward, acquainf yourself wifh Farm Bureau's obiec- es, programs. and services. Your Farm Bureau accepfs Hwe chal- ge +0 mainfain programs and obiecfives in keeping wi+h +he -r-changing needs of a growing agricuHure. From Farm Bureau +0 +he sfudenf body of Abraham Baldwin ricuHural College--+he hfure leaders of Georgia and +he nafiom .ccepf our besf wishes for your confinued success. foday and in fufure. Sincerely yours. WILLIAM L. LANIER. PRESIDENT FARM BUREAU H mm WW Wail GEORGEA , EORGIA FARM BUREAU FEDERATION t 74 lngleside Avenue - Macon, Georgia TOP CENTER: Kennon Tracfor Company on Hue AI- and equipment CENTER RIGHT: Kenf's Furnif bany Highway in Tif'ron is your "Sales Parts and Sfore is one of TiHon's oldesf refail sfores. Loca Service" dealers. Phone 382-4750 for Ford +rac+ors a+ 220 Easf Second Sfreet phone 382-6554. TOP,LEFT: Moor's Jewelers Iocafed nexf +0 +he Tiff Thea- +er on 382 Main Sfreef In Tiffon is your au+horized keep- sake and Columbia diamond ring jeweler. LOWER LEFT: For a world of music in pianos, lowery organs. sheef music. albums and +apes shop where rhyfhm is a special'ry af +he World of Music in +he Town and Counfry Plaza. TOP CEN- TER: Hazel 8: Jay's Flowers design elegan+ Horal arrange- menfs. corsages. and arfificial arrangemenfs. Locafed a'r IO7 Wes+ Fourfh Sfreef. phone 382-43 I0 in day and 382-37l4 a+ night LOWER CENTER: In +he Town and Counfry Plaza is Sam Neel's Shoe Sfore which carries Lady Florsheim. Rand. Red Cross. Lady Bos- +onians. Socialifes and Poll Parro+ for children. Phone 382- 7I90. LOWER RIGHT: RosesI Tiffon's neweswL an-cl largesf depar+men+ sfore, is Iocafed in +he Town and Coun+ry Plaza. Hardware. clofhing for +he enfire family and home producfs are among +he many +hings wi+h which Roses serves +he public. Also included is a dining room for your eafing pleasure. THE CITIZENS BANK OF TIFTO 8H1 S+ree+ a+ Love Avenue THE "IN BANK" FOR STUDENTS AND FACULTY GIVING ABAC SPMTS More Coverage THAN ANY OTHER NEWSPAPER E112 Bailg giftn anzette ,1 22-h Congrafula'rions Class of I970 THE GEORGIA AGRICULTURAL COMMODITY COMMISSION FOR TOBACCO ...which is sponsored and financed en+irely by Georgia +obacco growers. This commission is dedi- cafed +0 service in +obacco research. educaiion. and promofion. TIFTON AUTO PARTS P.O. Box D-404 W. 7+h Sfree'l' TiHon. Georgia 3l794 COMPLETE MACHINE SHOP SERVICE PECAN PRICES Are Higher. . .When ADCOCK6S the BUYER 382-2740 nnou Complimeni's of GETZ EXTERMINATORS Tiffon. Georgia GOLDEN'S STUDIO "Everyfhing Phofographic" Phofos-Fra me-Supplies I6I-l65 Love Avenue TiHon. Georgia Phone 382-6463 YOUR FRIENDS NATIONAL GUARD UNIT Tiffon. Georgia Open 7 AM. Closed 6:30 P.M. Complimenfs of ONE HOUR "MARTINIZING" cerfifies THE MOST IN DRY CLEANING "Fresh as a Flower-ln Jus'r I Hour" Tiffon Shopping Cen+er 382-7423 FIFTY YEARS OF CONTRIBUTION TO THE NATION'S AGRICULTURE COASTAL PLAIN EXPERIMENT STATION OF , 9 THE UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE EXPERIMENT STATIONS 1919-1969 Complimenfs of JOHN D. CROSBY HENRY BOSTICK HILTON S. HUTCHINSON. JR. BENSON-YOUMANS DRESS SHOP 'Where Every Cus+omer is a Friend" 244 Easf Second S'rreef Phone 382-24I2 Tiffon. Georgia Complimenfs of CENTRAL JEWELERS Tif+on. Georgia Complimenfs of COCA-COLA INC. Tiffon. Georgia DIXIE LILY MILLING COMPANY. INC. Wesf Second S+ree+ P.O. Box I32 Tiffon. Georgia 3I794 Phone 3 I 2- I 655 Complimenfs of DIANA SHOPS 321 Main Sfreef Tif+on. Georgia Complimenfs of CLIFFPARKER AND SON General Insurance "TiHon's Oldesf Agency" Tif'ron. Georgia Phone 382-3252 R. E. CARMICHAEL CO. INC. Wholesale Disfribufors Par'rs for Cars. Trucks, and Trac+ors Zlb Easf FiHh S+reef Tiffon. Georgia Complimen+s of RUSSELL DANIEL IRRIGATION COMPANY Tiffon. Georgia EHOLS JEWELERS I47 Love Avenue TiHon. Georgia Complimen+s of RAY HANCOCK MY FLOWER AND GIFT SHOP COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHY 382-5896 Tif+on. Georgia Flowers and GiH's for All Occasions Bridal and AHendan+s' Gowns ' Color ' Weddings ' Portraits Telephone 382-5875 . . - Anniversaries The ABAC 'BilQKS'FIO'R.e . . . has everything! 5 from ou+lanclish pos+ers +0 required +ex+books 5 from necessary +oile+ries +0 frivolous cosme+ics phys. ed. uniforms ,k from especially designed souvenirs +0 useful Greeting Cards-Sentimental, Humorous, Thoughtful Stationery and Writing Tools Mangines-Camera Supplies-Records Come by and .see for yourself and The grea+ reducfions! You'll wan+ a whole sackful . . . ttln the whole of U. S. business, there has nev- er been anything quite like Stevens. 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Clyde ........................ 152, Dyer, Nathan R, Edwards, Ernest Aq Elder, Gaye E, Evans, John De1l Eve, Eve1yn A. Fletcher, Maxine M. F1e1cher, Gaines, Pou1 Garrett, Al1eon K. Garrick, Mary NeH ........................... Gibbons, Nolan R, Giles, Emory E. Goodman, Hi1do C. Graham, Gertrude L. Griner, James Harvey ..................... 57, Guill, Marshall Franklin Hammons, Ann R, Adams, David Irwin Adams, John Steven Adams, Leroy Adams, Ted Stephen 264 Harmon, Anne L, Hays, Beth Henderson, Mary Emma Hil1, Lawrence Norman Howard, Evomoe Huff, Florence G. Johnson, Harvey H1 lvey, Margie L. Jones, Clyde Green ........................... Jones, Janie Jones, Ronald E, Keesee, Vincent A. Kendrick, Dorothy Knight, Sybil B. Lonier, Carolyn H. Lee, Lee M, LeCloire, Mertie A, LeMor, Mary M. Lindskog, Virginia S, Liner, Horo1d Thomas, Merchant, Ethelle S1 MorshoH, Charles M, Moshburn, Miss Ara Lee Mossengole, James William .................... Massey, Donald L. Mathis, Ava R, McCain, Francis 5. McIntosh, Mercie M1 McMillan, Emory C, Meyer, Eric C Milom, Thomas Rudo1pln Mil1er, Rebekah C, Mixon, Eunice L. MizeH, Vivian K. Moody, Thomas Kenneth Moore, Homer M. Moore, Sheryl T. Mulkey, Lowell Gene ................... 78, 96, Moth, Wi1liam F. No1ls, E. Lever Nicholson, Waller S, Norman, Loyal V. Pate, Sandra L, Peormon, Vivian Pittman, Patricio R, PoHer, Phi1ip E, Student Index Adomson, Reggie Dole Aidoo, Ben A. Akers, Randy ......................... 78, 96, 212 Akin, Judy ............................... 81, 83 PoweH, George W. ....................... 63, Quanlebaum, Virginia ........................ Roy, Rosalyn Redeker, JoAnn Riddle, Brenda Roberts, Gary L. Roberts, Joon C. Rowe, James P. Sears, Doris P. Sekul, Brenda M. Sherman, Joseph D018 ........................ Sibbet, Mcmin M. Sieg, Ann P. Simpson, Lester T. Smith, John Sidney Spearmon, James Tyron StonseH, Linnie Sfembridge, John W1 Stone, Luna G. Strickland, Helen L1 Stuart, Jomes Ernest, Jr. Stuart, Moidee H. Sumner, JoAnn Swords, I. Thomas, Frank H. Thomas, William R. Thompson, Dionne Vickers, Ellen E. Vitonge, Mary Lee Walker, Mary Lewis Walker, Wilbur Roy Word, Inc: Moe Webb, lno C1oire W. Webb, J1 Tc1modge Wells, Roberf G. Whiddon, Robert Jackson White, Carol Jean Whiffie1d, Ange1o G. Widsfrom, Virginia R. Williams, Frances M. Wil1is, Sarah L, Wills, Lewis C, Yow, Vernon Zobola, Adrian Alexander, Horoid R. ...................... 58, Alexander, Rosemary H. n. n. n, Otis R. ............... 60, 62, 66, 86, 90, n, Robert Marshall 0nd, George Don .................... 56, on, Jr. Hiram Abiff ....................... , Mary Jane ers, Jana Sue ......................... 80, , Charles R. ............... 60, 62, 90, , Jim Thomas , Ellion T. ......................... 52, er, Wayne Winfield ................... 73, Old, Morgan Eugene ...................... , Jr. Mmh nson, Jimmy ourn, Barbara Sue ..................... 84, rift, John Lamar .......................... ry, Allie Annette , ry, Jr. Andrew ................. 62, 84, 86, rs, Henry Randolph r, Rene Abraham ............... 80, 88, 89, b, Jeffery Scott ..... 46, 48, 84, 86, 126, 139, on, Norma Irene ................... 51, 57, geH, Terry Michael ........................ -y, John Russell ................ 26, 81, 82, -y, Thaddeus M. , Barbara Ceil .......... 46, 61, 62, 86, 90, Betty Ann ...................... 51, 74, Dale Edward :win, Robert Edward ks, Lorry Frederick ........................ 213 er, Perry Hubert ield, Sheryl Ruth ield, Walter Leon ......................... es, Barney es, James Rotcliffe es, William Charles ........................ hart, Cynthia Y.- ......................... 190 y, Bert Marshall .......................... 213 nger, Jan Tergcnce .................. 46, 58, 81 15, Sharon L. ............................. 213 5, Alvin Owen ey, MerediQh Down ....................... 213 er, Hillis Gercl Iey, Judie Elaine ......................... 213 ley, Kenneth Eorl ngfield, 111, Hugh W. ..................... William David onga, Carmen ........................ 81, 214 Everene Gary Ross John David .................... 79, 82, 190 John William op, Gerald Sfondley ................... 79, 214 k, Jr. V.irgil Howard ...................... 214 chord, Roger Dore ........................ 214 ton, Deborah Mae ............. 79, 85, 86, 190 see, Cheryl Fayette ....................... 214 h, Gwendolyn Joy n1, Gary Wayne hard, Charles A. -, Gayle Louise 46, 54, 61, 64, 65, 86, 122, 142, 188, 191 h, Deborah Jane .............. 51, 79, 132, 191 11, Linda Ann ........................ 81, 214 ke, William Blair ......................... 214 -n, Donald Lewis , Jr. Corl David , Jr. Wi1liom C. ...................... . . , , He, James Bernard ......... es, Jr. Donie J. man, Ronald Eugene .ford, Robert Dole Student Index Bradley, Jr. Charles E, ..................... Bradley, James Harrison Bradley, Joe Bronson ......................... 215 Bradley, John Walton ................. 78, 112, 191 Branch, Nancy Annelle .................... 51, 215 Brandon, Patti Jo ........... I .............. 73, 215 Bronnen, Ethel Coroiine Brannon, Becky Brcswell, Allen Daniel Braswell, Brenda Gail Broswell, James F. Broswell, Jesse Carlton Breedlove, Kenneth G. Breitlow, Jean C. Brewton, Brenda Bridges, Bill Bridges, Egbert C. ........................... Bridges, Hazel Greene Bridges, Joel D. ............................. Bridges, Susan Marie ......................... 215 Brock, Daniel Aubrey .................. 56, 76, 215 Brock, Don Myers ........................ 76, 215 Bronson, Jr. Charles H. .................... 67, 191 Brooks, Beverly Allah Brooks, Joe Robert ........................... 215 Brooks, Russell Turner .................. 48, 85, 86 Brooks, Siephen Carroll ....................... 215 Broome, Michael Wayne ................... 68, 215 Brown, Bobby RondeH Brown, Cathy Ann ......... 48, 67, 77, 122, 134, 191 Brown, David Lee Brown, Dennis Lee Brown, Janice .............. 62, 80, 86, 90, 92, 215 Brown, Kenneth Manuel Brown, Randy Vernon ................. 73, 74, 215 Brown, Robert Brown, Vero Lynn Bryant, Katherine Leigh ....................... 215 Bulloch, Martha Ruth Bunn, Michael Orid Burch, Everen Mckee Burford, Allen Burke, Alvin E. ........................... Burke, Connie Linda ............ 62, 80, 86, 90, 216 Burns, Andy Arnold Bruton, John Swonn BuHer, Bruce E. Butler, Bruce Everhord? Butler, Edward CUHen Butler, Frank Bernard Butler, Robert Leslie Butler, S1ephen B. Byers, Jr. Lloyd Chories ....................... 217 Cogle, Joyce Dione ................... 52, 136, 217 ColdweH, Jane M. Collowoy, David Ben ......................... 192 Campbell, Don Cordell Campbell, Lindsey Allen Campbell, II Peter G. ........................ Campbell, Poul Thuriow ................... , Copps, Katherine R. .. 46, 50, 51, 80, 83, 124, 142, 1g? Corden, Terry Hugh .......................... 217 Corey, Jr. Omer Lee .......................... 192 Carlos, Deshon Carlton, Dione Lee ..................... 51, 78, 217 Corswell, David Milton Carter, Clyde William Carter, David Earl ............................ Carter, Elvin Curtis .............. 79, 80, 85, 89, 217 Carter, Harry Ray ......................... 71, 217 Carter, Sylvia Anne .......................... 217 Carver, Homer Coson, John Stephen ......................... 217 CosHeberry, John David C0510, David Clay ........................... 192 Coulde, Leonard Earl Coufhen, William Roy ........................ Cowley, Thomas Ronnie Chodwell, Arthur Brion Chambers, James Hyman Chambers, Ralph Harold ................... 83, 217 Chombless, William H. .............. 49, 92, 93, 217 Champion, Nancy Cecile ...................... 217 Choncey, Dole Edward ........................ 217 Chome, Cor1er Justice 192 Chuvcrrio, Volio F, .................... 49, 55, 217 Cheshire, Lucio Ann Chestnun, Hol Wayne ........................ 217 Christie, Sim Ponerson Cileg, Susan Clark, Gory Edgar ........................... 217 Clark, Harris Edwin Clark, Clark, Nita Annette Clark, Robert Edward Clark, Terry Robert Clarke, Dennis Andrew Claxton, Gerald Wayne ....................... 193 Cloxton, Vickie Dionne Clemens, Erna Jeanne Clemons, Otis Jeffrey ..................... 67, Coon, William Wilson 1 Coorsey, Austin L. Cobb, Douglor Raymond ...................... Cobb, William Lee Cofer, Angelo Faith ............... 36, 79, 130, Coleman, Randy Sim ................... 49, 79, CoHier, Corol Jone ............................ Collins, Constance L Collins, Leroy Jr. Collins Mary Ellen Collins, Denver Nell Collins, Iclo Carol Collins, Michael Wesley ................... 49, CoHins, Roger Lynn ............ 82, 88, 89, 140, Coney, Jimmie Lee Conley, Minnie Carol ......................... Conner, Goy1e Cook, III George David Cook, Pou1 Howard Cooler, Jr. Chester L. ......................... Cooler, Kenneth Regincl Cooper, Laura V. ............................ Corbett, Arthur David Corbett, Ill Wilton Roy ....................... Corbin, Corbin, Jr. Curtis M, Co1hrcn, Robert John Conle, Charles F. Coulter, Ion Dennis ................. 1.: ....... Covington, Wayne Durand Cowort, Woher Edward ................... Cown, Fred Coker, Debbie Cox, Shelby Coxwell, Leslie Dan Cribb, Janice Anne ................. 65, 85, 86, Croh, John Clarence Crook, Cynthia Gail Crook, Hugh Cary ........................... Crowder, Michael Leon ...... - .............. 52 Crowe, Normon Jewel Crowley, Teresa Ann ..................... Crozier, Gordon Lamar Cullens, Laurie E. Curles, Jr., John Rondle ............. 49, 76, 86, Cutchens, Floro H. Cutchens, Jr,, Raymond J. Daily, Don Edward ................ 46, 56, 122, Dalton, Edward Allan ................. 84, 104, Dalton, Willard Poul .......................... Dcnford, Ronny Clay ......................... Daniel Jr., Herbert A. ............... 61, 62, 86, Daniel, Ronnie Carrol ......................... Darby, Deborah Goil ...................... 65, Darby, Jon Alan ............... 48, 52, 81, 126, Dorley, Jackson MiHs .. . . . . . . . , . ..' ..... 52, 86, 194 Dosher, Jr. Clarence L. Davis, Jr., Ccr1 Davis, Donnie Farrell Davis, Heck Homby .......................... 219 Davis, 110 Van Davis, Saundra Lee Davis, Thomas Leveren . Davis, Tony Auburn .......................... 219 Davis, Von Reuben 96, 219 Davis, Von Reuben ........................ 96, 219 Davis, Vicki Elizabeth ........... 57, 64, 65, 79, 219 Davis ll, Whee1us A, ......................... 219 Davis, Rita Dawson, Lorry Rhonwyn Day, Deborah Sue ........................ 65, 219 Day, Grace Margaret ......................... 219 Day, Waylon E1mer .......................... 195 Deal, Benny James .................... 62, 90, 195 D901, Brenda Goi1 Deon, Lawrence R. Deon, Sondra Annene ..................... 51, Deane Jr., Edward Lee ........................ Deoson, Robert Orrin ' Demon Jr., Ju1ion A. ', ................. 96, 112, 195 Dees, Shery1 D, .............................. Deloigle, C1oyton D, Deloigle, Hermon V. .......................... 1Deloig1e Jr., Raymond N. ..................... Delk, Marcia Goi1 ............................ Dgnhom, DorreH Eugene ...................... Denmark, Robert A1len Dewberry, Lorry Dewberry, Marvin Luther Dieos, Charles Henry ...................... 96, 220 Dickerson, James Ira Dominey, Carl Timothy ..................... 39, 96 Dow1ing, Robert Edwin 195 Dorsey, Lorry Ri'chord ......................... 220 Douthit, Edgar Hoke Dozier, Lynda Coro1e ......................... 220 Drake, Roderick Lamar ........................ 220 Dresse1, E1izobe1h Ann DresseHe, Jimmy Drexler, P001 Gregmy Dryden, Jehn Preston Duckworth, Jomce E. Duckworth, Sy1vio Jedn Duke, Ju1io Ame1io ................. 62, 65, 85, Dukes, W1I16rd Roy ..... . 1111111111111111111111 Dungwuy, Gordan Durden, Dennis Roy 1111111 ii... ....... ' ..... 52, Durrence Jr., W111ie S. Duren: Marvin AAr1hUr .............. ,l ...... 52, Dyer, Horrief? Louise Eoddy, Cec11 Bozard .......................... Eoson, Curtis Pou1 Emon, A1vo Dione Edenfie1d, Chor1one F, Edge, Harold Chapman ....................... Edge, John Ro1ph 'Edinger, Wi1liom C. Edmondson Jr., John D. Edmunds, Goy1e Edwards, James Wi1son Eidson, Nancy Louise ......................... El1i011, Suzanne Ellis, E1iecer C. E11is, Mary Ann .......... 61, 64, 65, 84, 86, 90, Elphingstone, W111iom S. Embry Jr,, Wi1liom Coy1e .................. 84, Erickson, Todd Newman 49, 62, 79, 80, Estes 111, Wi11iom M, Eubonks, James Wayne .................... 56, Eubanks, Koy Cec11e ........................... 51 Evans, Chor1es Gory 195 Evans, Sherry Gail ........................ 51, 221 Everett, Anthony Wayne ...................... 221 Evans, ScoH Franklin 221 Everson, Rue1 Jefferson 195 Fain, Rita Merolyn ........................ 79, 221 Foircloth, Raymond K. ................. 78, 96, 221 Follin, Duane Lindsey ......... . ................ 2 21 Follin, Norma Ch0r1ene ....................... 195 Former, David Gory .......................... I95 Former, Kathy Louise ......................... 221 Foulk, Ann Lundy ............................ 195 Fovero, Myr1e Lynn ....................... 57, 221 266 Student Index Fears, Jock Fennell, James Arthur Finch, Donald Flnch, Ron01d Findley, Bur1in Hoyt Fin1ey, Linda Charlene ......................... 78 F1e1cher, Jr,, Merritt W, F1etcher, Ricky Gene F1e1cher, Sondra Ann F1owers, Aure1iu F1owers, Bruce Donald F1oyd, Kenneth Sfephen F1y1he, John Honcm Fo1som, Pamela Foreman, John Rodney Fountain, Charles S. Fountain, Dono1d Hugh Fow1er, James Roberf Fow1er Jr,, Roberf R. Foxworth, James RusseH Fronk1in, Ralph C. T, ...................... 79, Fraser, Mary E1izobe1h ..................... 81, Frazier, Sharon J. Frederick, George A1cm ....................... Freeman, Wi11iom C. .......................... Fresh, MaryneHe Fugloor, Rudy Glen FusseH, Spencer Ros Gaines, Lindo Anne Goinous, Susan Letitia Garland, Linda Goil Gorren, S7even Don1e1 Garrett, George Edward Goskins, Donald R, Goskms, Doug1os K. Gouhney, Penny Gay, Patsy Sue Gay, Thomas Wayne ...................... 76, 222 Gibbons, Kristin Drexe1 222 Gibbs, Debra Lynn 222 Gibbs, Linda D. 222 Gibbs, Thomas V1rgi1 196 Gibson, Charles Edwin . 222 Gibson, John Daniel 196 Gibson, Sarah Evelyn 222 Giddens, David Henry 222 Gi1der, Ronnie C, 222 Gi1es, Ledrew Malcolm 196 Gi11ey, Coro1yn Mary 223 Gi11is, Wil1iam C. 223 G1isson, Wi1liom R, 223 Godbee l1, R1chord G. 223 Godwin, Wi1liom Hermon 196 goff, Lynda Chery1 Goff, Steve A1Ien Goins Jr., Andrew Goings, Melanie 54, 79, 140, 83, 92, 93, Goodson, Ronny Lynn Goodwin, Stephanie Jon Gowen, John Vernon Grace, Rono1d Ben Graham, James Wi1son Groydon, Wosdon ..................... 49, 79, 196 Gray, Lawrence Howard ............... 52, 53, 223 Green, Undo Lou 51, 223 46, 51, 61, 64, 65, 80, 85, 86, 92,210,223 Green, Norman Renae Greene, Edgar W, Greene, Kennem Lynwood Greer, Rancid Boyd Gressene, Dole Inez ............... 51, 87, 133, 223 Griffies, Clyde Marcus Griffin Jr,, Elie Sol Griffin, Charles Rodney GriHin, Jesse D. Griffin, Monty S1rotton .. 26, 46, 48, 61, 81, 82, 88, 89, 125, 140, 196 Griffin, Rickey M, 9 Griffin, Shelia Jean ....................... Griffin, William C, Griffith, Stephen L. ....................... 67, Griggs, David Hill ........................ 66, Groover, Leslie Gross, Edward Wade GUiHebeou, Sybil E, Gumer, Charlie Gordon Gunter, James Lorry Guthrie, Hershell L. Guthrie, Guy, Ernest Lacy Gwines, Linda Ann Hodden, Lorry M1les ...................... 90, Hodden, Lorry Wayne ..................... 62, Hodden, To1madge C, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 62, 86, 90, Hodsock, W111iom Dumel Hogan, Gero1dine Hagen, Don Hogin, Morcio E1izobe1h ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 78, Hogood, James Otto HolcoH, Jr., Kenneth E. H018, Terry Wayne H011, Dessie G. H011, Coy Jerry ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, H011, Dormhy Lynette H611, James Donald H611, Kenneth Mark H011Jr., Charles Tom1in ,. 46, 47, 49, 52, 59, 61, 86,1 H011, James Dov1d H011, Mihon L. H011, Wanda Kay ............................ Honon, Virginie: E. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Ho1steod, Ronald Bryon? Hombrick, Alon Wo11er , Hombrighf, Michae1 W. .................... 78, . Hamilton, Bobbie Jean Homm, Ronnie Lee Hammock, Ju1ius Michoei Hammock, W111iom Martin Hammond, Stephen C. Hamner, M1choe1 Lee ..................... Hampfon, Donny Lomor ....................... Hammon, Troy Layton Hancock, Drew Stephen Hancock, Martha Lynn ........................ Hordegree, David Lows ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Hardwick, Ruth Lynn Hork1erood Jr., Stun1ey .................... 71, Harley, Dole Hermon, Kathryn Joyce ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Horpe, Donne C1yde ............... 51, 57, 141, Horre11, Brenda S, Horre11, Bw! Marvin HorreH, Coro1 Lynn ........................... Horre11, Jerry Wayne Horre11, John Donie1 Horre11, W'mfred Somue1 HorreH, W111i0m David Harris, Doy1e James ....................... Harris, Harris, Jonathon Morvm Harris, Joe Baker Harris Lorry Thomas ....................... 49, Harris, Linda Jean Harris Jr., Rufus ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Harris, Thomas Ernest Harris, Virginie Ho11y ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 86, Harrison, Donny Harrison, Somue1 Davis Hornson Jr., Woymon A. Hartley, Ronc1d Conway ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 46, 48, 50, 51, 57, 78, Harvey, Porricm O, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Hoskins, Hi1dc1 Martha ............. 36, 71, 128, Hotcher, Patricia C. House, K01h1een Dione ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 57, 78, 109, Hayes, Jock Anthony ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 81, Hayes, Lorry Malcolm ......................... Hayes, Paula E1cine .......................... Heard, Jimmy Chrystal Heath, John Archie Hedley, Francis Anthony ................... 67. Helms, Clark Wade Helton, William Thomas ....................... Horvord, Mor11yn Joye ,.,, ', Judv Annette ' , Michael Arthur inger, Terry W1 .......................... ry, John Raleigh ...................... 84, son, Donny Eugene rem, Julio Cesar .................. 55, 104, ring, Robert Kenneth ...................... ringfon Jr., James R, ...................... rington, Edgar 1er, Eunice Ann 1er Suzanne key, Suzanne E. .................... 64, 65, ks, Marina Go1e Donne Gene , Joe Howel1 1, Linda Jean .......................... 86, Stanton Roy ton, Sam chcock, Beniomin E. bbs, Betty Kcnhryn .............. 54, 86, 140, Ch0r1es Dewey bby, Randall E. bby, Rono1d Bruce ......................... dges, Betty Jane ....................... 51, , William L ........................... , Barbara Ann , Dur1ey Howard ....................... gun Jr., Inmcn Curry ....................... , Phi1lip Leroy ............... 58, 60, 68, 1comb, Harold James lder, Lynda Goil lder,-Worren Emory ................. 46, 74, , Frances Louise , Merry Carol .............. 61, , Phyllis Leigh , Samuel Delcmo William Marcus Ilingsworth, Jimmy D. , Charles Michoe1 Robert C1iffon ., Julian Ledford ...................... , Mary Carol , G1enn Morgan rfmon, Ollie rfmon, Wi1liam Daniel ................... 68, usfon, Hirman Gregory word, Carl Nolen wel1, Edward Houston , James David ...................... 75, , Sammy Oscar ........................ well, Wayne Lamar ........................ dson, Carter Lewis . .. 46, 52, 53, 68, 127, 187, dson, Frances Tatum dson, Richard Dole ................. dson, Reginald Avery ghes, Alon Clark .......................... mphrey, Joseph V. .............. 47, 66, 86, ndley, Kenneth Lamar ...................... tcheson Jr., Henry E. ....................... tchinson, Gregory Lee 10nd, Carl Harrison oel, Richard Gay ................... 78, kson, Andrew Will kson, Stanley Ellis .......................... 58 es, Michael David ................... 70, 79, 199 riel, George David ........................ 199 ferson, Sharon E. 199 fers, Henry Byron , 199 kins, John Scott kins, Julian S. kins Jr., Terrell B. ......................... 199 nings, Robert Wayne ...................... 199 nigon, Robert K. .......................... 227 1, Roger Wayne ........................... 227 ns, Lorry Donovan ..................... 76, 199 ns, Peggy Leal Student Index Johnson, Anita Mar1ene ....................... Johnson, Bernie Wade ........................ 227 Johnson Jr., Cor1 Hugh ....................... 227 Johnson Jr,, Doyle H. Johnson, Emory Rowlings , , 199 Johnson, Jerry 200 Johnson, John Henry ......................... 227 Johnson, Lorene Dona 227 Johnson, Michoe1 P. 199 Johnson, Pete , 124 Johnston, Jerry Cecil ...................... 96, 144 Johnston, Thomas George 52, 63, 88, 89, 93, 227 Joiner, Ann Marie .................... 36, 109, 130 Jones, Deborah A, 227 Jones, E1len Ann 227 Maddox, Elton Hersche1 , 230 ' Molloy, Kenneth J. ........................... 230 Malcom, Mattie Louise 230 MaHord, Twi1o Moe ..... 46, 51, 57, 84, 133, 210, 230 Molsberger, Steven W. 230 Mcltby, Daniel F. ............................ 230 Manning, Ella Sue ........................... 201 Jones 111, Julian M. 227 Jones, Ronnie Eugene 227 Jones, Terry Norman 227 Juhon, John Ni1e 228 Jus1ice, Edward Lee ...................... 228 Keener, Donny Lee ........................... 228 Keith, Bnendo Steward ........................ 228 Kel1ey Jr., Edwin C. 56 Ke1ley, Kathy Dionne .................. 80, 92, 200 Kelley, Kenny Ray 228 Kelley, Mary S. .............................. 200 Kel1ey, Wayne Beniimon 66 Kersey, Thomas Douglas 228 Kettlewell, Elilzube1h G1 ................ 80, 90, 200 Key, Perry Samuel 200 Key, Ronald Thomas 228 Kicklighter, Debra E. ............... 59, 80, 93, 200 Kidder, John Martin , 228 Kimbe1 Ill, General J3 228 Kimbrel, Kathy Cook ......................... 228 King, Belino Caro1e ....................... 65, 228 King, Charlotte, Edna ..................... 83, 200 King Jr., Everett Oheor ....................... 200 King, Joel A. 228 King, Lorry Me1vin ........................... 228 Kirkley, Sore Elaine ...................... 109, 200 Ki1chens, Kenneth C. 200 Knight, Bennie Gory 200 Knight, Deborah ............ 46, 51, 54, 57, 84, 200 Knight, Robert Carson ........................ 228 Knowlton Jr., Clarence E. ........... 52, 61, 76, 228 Knuckles, A1an Carey ......................... 228 Kreske, Walter Frank ...................... 56, 228 1 Krech, Alvin William 228 Logrow, Kenneth Dennis ...................... 228 Lamb, Joseph Edward ........................ 228 Lamb, Tommy Leroy .......................... 228 Land, Suzanne Jone .................. 51, 108, 228 Lane, John Pau1 ................... 49, 52, 61, 228 Lone, Marcia Ruth ........................ 80, 228 Longford, Bryson Hoyt Langston, Barbara Jean ....................... 228 Lossefer, Leslie Roy Lossiter, Cynthia Lynn ..................... 81, 229 Law, Glenda Sue ................... 54, 65, 86, 64 Lowhorn, Phullis Carol 229 Lawless, Christopher J. 229 Lawson, Thur1cn Sue , 220 Ledford, Michael L. 229 Lee, George Brinson , 200 Lee, Glen Terry ................... 60, 62, 90, 200 Lee, Jock Bunyon ............................ 229 Lee, Mary Dionne ............................ 229 Lee, Steven Lewis 229 Leeder, Burton Jay .................... 49, 63, 229 Leifner, Gory Andrew ........................ 229 Lehman, Judy Crosley ........................ 229 Lemcy, Carol Sue . . .. 46, 61, 64, 65, 84, 86, 125, 200 Lesnick, Dennis Joseph ................. 88, 89, 200 Lever, James Jefferson ........ 46, 58, 147, 210, 229 Lewis, Rono1d Lamar Liftmon, Donie1 A. Liftmon, Dave Lind, Kathie Anne Lindsey, Jackson Thomas Link, Charles Michoe1 ......................... Lobsinger, Marion L. ..................... Long, Brenda Sue ............................ 200 L011, Bobby Eugene Lon, Randall Gene ........................... Lovering, Chor1ie T. .......................... 200 LoveH, Kathy E1izobefh ................. 137, 230 Lowrncm, Sammy Michel Luke, Bennett Olon Luke, Roy Sfripling Lumpkin, Marguerite ..................... 139, 200 Lunceford, Sheila Gov1e March, Pierre Antoine Merchant, Potty Ar1ene ................... 139, 201 Morchom, Wanda Carol ....................... 201 Mar1ow, Garry Clay ...................... 66, 230 - Marshall, De1ores Jean ........................ 230 Martin, Gregg W. .................. 58, 60, 71, 201 Martin, James Dwight Martin, Lewis Cor1os Martin, Paul Edward Martin, Robert G1enn Moshburn, Katherine R1 ............. 65, 80, 92, 231 Mason, Thomas Wrigh1 .................... 71, 201 Mcssengo1e, Nancy L. Massey, John Marion ......................... 201 Masters, Car1 Ronald Mathis, Aubrey C, Mathis, WiHiom C1aude ....................... 201 Mawox, William Tracy ........................ 201 Maxwell, Jon Phi1lip ................... 52, 61, 231 Maxwell, John Stephen May, Gory Lovoughn ..................... 73, 231 May, Judy Elcyne Mayne, Terry Len ............................ 231 Mcofee, James Lotis ....................... 67, 231 - McAuley, Charles Eor1 ................... 48, 56, 59 McClech, Daniel S McClure, Jimmy Dewin McCorkle, Janice Elaine ....................... 201 McCork1e, William Troy .................... 63, 201 McCormick, William E, McDaniel, George M3 McDonald, Bobby Gene McDona1d, DorreH R, McDona1d, John Samuel McDonald, Lloyd McDonald, Pou1 Angus .................... 71, McElveen, Joyce Gayle .................... 54, 202 McGohee, Donny Michoe1 ..................... 231 McGee, Albert Luther McGee, Lorry Turen .......................... 231 McGee, Mary Brookerd McGriff, Rodney Lane ........................ 202 Mclmyre, Virgil Wayne ................ 62, 90, 202 Mclnvole, Vivian Lee ..................... 138, 202 McKellor, Berion C1oy ....................... 202 McKinney, Wil1ium David McLendon, Elizabeth A, McLendon, Hoyle McLeod, Shelton Farrell McLucas, Andrew Bruce McMonus, Robert Bryon ....................... 231 McMotln, William H, .......................... 202 McMichen, William K, McMillan, George Yulee ................... 56, 231 McMillan, Kenneth A. McMillan, Larry Allen ......................... 202 McMiHion, Royneffo McNair, Mary Joanne .................. 54, 77, 202 McNeol, Keiih Eorl McPhail, Peter Claudius ....................... 231 McSwain, Dennis Waylon ............... 78, 96, 202 Medders, Doyle Marion ....................... 203 Medders, Roger Allen ..................... 66, 232 Meek, Terry Edward ......................... 232 48, 67, 201 Megohee, Edward E. ......................... 231 Megohee, Valerie Ann ........................ 232 Mercer Ill, Leo C, Mercer, Roy Edwin Merkle, Frank Middleton, George R. Middleton, Wayne E3 ...................... Midkiff, Gary Douglas Miles, John Maxwell ...................... 59, 232 Middleton, Wayne E. ...................... 52, 232 Midkiff, Gory Douglas Miles, John MaxweH ...................... 59, 232 Miller, Bernice Arlene . 36, 48, 60, 61, 64, 65, 130, 141, 146, 203 Miller, Judy Ann ...................... 65, 79, 232 Miller, Sam Alexander ........................ 203 Milligan, Norman Barry ....................... 232 Mills, James Edgar ........................... 232 Mills, John Howard Mitchell, Donald Alber? ....................... Mitchell, James Ralph MifcheH, Michael L. Mitchell Jr., Nelson T, ........................ Mitchell, Norman Dole ........................ Mixon, George Edward Mobley, Billy Wayne ......................... 203 Mobley, Charles Clifton Mock, James Henry .......................... 232 Mock, Janice Lorraine Moore, George Lorry ......................... 203 Moore Jr., Homer M. Moore, Joel Everett :. Moore, Deborah Ann ............. 51, , 132, 232 Moore Jr., William W. ........................ 203 Morgan, 203 Morgan, DorreH Wade 232 Morgan, Gayle Elizabeth .................. 86, 232 Morgan, Marward ........................ 54, 203 Morgan, Roiford G. 203 Morgan, Reland Ossie 203 Morgan, Thomas Henry ....................... 232 Morris, Janice Dionne 232 Morris, Sondra Ann ........ 51, 57, 72, 107, 121, 203 Morris, Lorry Arnold 233 Morton, Jerry Harris 203 Morton, Robert Stanford 111 Moss, Lynda Susan .......... 51, 61, 65, 85, 86, 233 Mote, Curl Douglas ....................... 96, 203 Moye, Mary Jacqueline ........................ 73 Mulkey, Linda Louise ......................... 203 Mullis, Elizabeth June 233 MuHis, Marjorie Ann ...................... 65, 233 Murkerson, Lorry P. .......................... 233 Murphy, Sharon Louisa ............ 80, 93, 141, 195 Murphy, Thomas Kenny 233 Murray, Jock Edward ......................... 233 Murrow, Mary Jo ........................ 140, 203 Musgrove, Patricia Ann 203 Myers, Lorry Eugene 203 Nusworfhy, Donna Sue ....................... 233 Nelson, Doris Dionne ............... 80, 92, 93, 203 Nelson, Pete 56 Ne1son III, William Newberry, Kathleen Sue .. 233 Newman, Garry Lee Newsome, Louis Forest Newton, Linda Darlene Nezurotizadeh, Mahmoud Nichols, Joseph R. Nichdls, Ned Broswell ........................ Nix, John S, Nix, Marvin Wayne .......................... 233 Nolan, Vernon Lee ........................... 233 Norman, James Robert Norman, John Ernest ......................... Norwood, John Clarke Odom, Gloria Jean ................ 79, 84, 86, 234 Odom, Teresa Kay ........................ 54, 203 Ogden, William Floyd ........................ 203 Ogletree II, Vernon A. ....................... 203 O'Hara, Barbara Helen ...... 46, 65, 72, 84, 142, 203 268 Student Index Olliff, Betty Joan ............................ 234 O'Maley, Dona Frances ....................... 234 O'Mary, Keith Michael ........................ 112 O'Neol, MiHy Lucinc ...................... 51, 234 O'Quinn Jr., William A1 ....................... 203 Osei, Anthony Kwabenah .................. 55, 234 Outlaw, James Foster Owens, Charles Darrell Owen, David Henry ...................... 56, 204 Oxford, Thomas Holmes Pack, Linda Dione ............................ Padgett, Henry Colquin Parker, Dona Gail Parker, Harry George ........................ 234 Parker, Lorry Wayne ....................... 47, 74 Parker, Rono1d Franklin .......... 80, 85, 86, 89, 234 Parker Jr., William Poul ....................... 234 Parks, Constance Mario Parr, James Randall Porten, Michael Edwin Patten, Walter Pride .......................... 234 Patterson Jr., Cecil A. Poxson Jr., Robin M. .................. 84, 86, 235 Payne, Jock Reese ................. 63, 88, 89, 235 Peormon, Thomas Elton Peovy, Connie Lynn Peavy Jr., John Lewis ........................ Peel, Murcia Elizabeth Peeples, Janet Pendergrah, Donna Gail ...................... Perkins, Bobby Dwight Perkins, Dona Lewis .......................... 204 Petty, Rodney D. ...................... 46, 58, 204 Phelps, Edward Money Phillips, Carolyn Moe ......................... 235 Phillips, Donie1 E. ............................ 235 Pierce, Samuel Lawrence Pike, David Brooks ........................... Pilgrim, James Anthony Piper, Floyd Eugene Pipkin, Catherine Anne ....................... Pippin, Jo Anne ............................. Pirk1e, Joshua Froninn ........................ Pitcock, Ronnie Pittman, Carolyn Ann .................. 51, Pinman Jr., Ennis Lee Pins, Lowell Douglas ......................... 235 Pins, Oliver Jackson Pins, Sharon Lynn ........................ 75, 204 Plymole, Dennis Fred ......................... 235 Plymole, Steven Matthew 235 Polk, Barbara 235 Ponder, Nancy E1aine 235 Pool Jr., Beverly ............................. 204 Poole, Benny Bruce ........................ 52, 204 Poole, Charles lverson 204 Poppell, Jerry C1imon 235 Porter, Phillip Daniel 204 Posey, Joseph Allen , 112 Potter, Luthur Allan 235 Ports, Cathy Ann ......................... 84, 204 Powell, Danie! Gilbert 56 Powell, Dennis Warren 204 Powell, Janene Ann , 204 PoweH, Ralph Carter ...................... 56, 236 Powers, Gary Mitchel! 204 Powers, Randy Fields ............... 46, 81, 82, 236 Presley, Erskin Royce .......................... 56 Presnoll, Lorry Wayne .................. 92, 93, 236 Prevoff, Michael Roy ......................... 112 Prevosf, Michael Bocoi , 142, 204 Purcell, Nancy Karon ......................... 236 Purdy Jr., Alfred Jerome ............... 59, 71, 236 Purdy, Jennifer Lynn Quorrier Jr., Curfiss G. Queen, Terry Edward Regan, Moido Grace . Redford, Alonzo Joel Redford, Susan Jeon 46, 50, .51, 80, 91, 92, 123, 204 Rains Jr., James Wesley ....................... 236 Ransom, Linda Ann Ransom, Patricia Gail 46,50, 51, 74, 141, 143,189,204 Rassouli, Abolloh Ray, Charles Lorry ........................... Roy, .Grody Randall .......................... Rayburn, James Edward Reese, Jean Susan Reeves Jr,, Hu1in Lee ......................... Register, Ollie C. Register, Patricio Joan ........................ Reicherf, John Leonard Reynolds, Arnold Pierce Reynolds, Carolyn Jean ....................... Rich, Jimmy Roy ........... 60, 62, 86, 90, 141, Rich, Sam Hayward ....................... 67, Richardson, Thomas M, Ridgewoy Jr., David P. ................. 46, 89, Ridgwoy, David Nole'n ...... 49, 79, 801, 85, 86, Ridley, Jerry Lee Rigdon, Mary Elizabeth ................ Riggins, Sid C. Riggs Jr., John Poul ........................... Rigsby, Margaret Ann ........................ Rifch, David Owen ....................... 49, Roberson, Roben Carl Roberts, Cynthia Ruth Roberts, Doyle Bradley Roberts, Eligoh Dice ...................... 66, Roberts, Judith Fay .......................... Roberts, Kenneth Roger Roberts, Linda D. Robertson, Chor1es D. Robertson, Martha Susan Robinson, Charlene E. Robinson, Julie Frances ...... 46, 51, 74, 81, 126, Rogers, Barbara Gail , 74, Rogers, David Eugene ..................... 63, Rogers, James David Rogers, Lorry Earl ............ ' ................ Rogers, Norma Marie Rogers Jr., Robert G. Rogers, Shei1oh Moe ................... Rose, Velmo L, Ross, James Stanley .......................... Rousey, Tommy F1oyd Rowan, Nancy Carrol ......................... Rowell, Joseph Thomas Roy, Donno Kaye ........................ Russell, Annie Ruth Salybr Jr., Carson L, ........ 46, 48, 52, 53, 145, Somuels, Charles Aubrey ............ ' .......... Sanders, Betty Ruth Sanders, Kenneth Gerald ............ 26, 80, 81, Sondifer, William Frank ....................... Supp, Donny McCormick ...................... Saxon, James Ellis Saxon, Elizabeth Dione Schromm, Beny Suzanne Scott, Stephen David .................. 79, 83, . SCOH, Ver1in Mi1chell Scruggs, Charles W. Seaboh, Kenneth Lo$ld ....................... Seaman, George Runyon Sessions, Edward Lee Sessions, Patricio Jeon Shonklin, Alford Morris Sherman, Jepp Harold ........................ Shealey, Denniu Allen ........................ Shell Jr,, Charles T. ShiHinglOw, $?even W, Shir1ey, G1enn T, Shiver, Bonnie E. Shiver, Dono1d Aubrey Shiver, Krism Louise Shiver, WiHicm Jackson Silcox, Michael Roy .................... 52, 83, Simmons, James T, Simmons, Terry Michael Simpson, Ger01d Patrick ...................... Singlerory, James S. .......................... Singletory, Phillip C, ......................... Sisk Jr,, Edgar A. ............................ Slade, Jerry Eugene .......................... n, Arthur Joe ............................ h Jr., George F, ............ 52, 53, 71, 86, 207 207 207 207 238 207 11, Karen Sue 11, Lillian Yvehe h, Randal H. h, Ricky William ...................... 71, h, Robert Timothy ........................ 11, Sandra Ann ....................... 85, 207 11, Thomas Harrison 207 gs, Ronald Steven .......... 46, 52, 53, 61, 238 er, Linda E. ...................... 51, 77, 207 row, Wil1iom Andrew ..................... 238 ce, Burt Allmond .......................... 238 ce, Kulf Bobby .......................... 238 uflin, Koren Shay ......................... 134 use, Wade Thomas ....................... 207 . 238 ey, Dennis Eugene .................... 79, 239 cel, Philip Cline .......................... 239 ley, Buddy .............................. 207 Malcolm Andrew .................. 60, 69 Catherine hens, Joyce Lee .......................... 207 hens, Kenneth R. ens, Thomas Burch ens, Webster L. enson, Sean Armour ................... 55, 207 art, Charles Edwin art, Harriett R. art, James Harley ................. 78, 96, 207 art, Janet Gail denmire, Pamela F. ........................ 239 e, Richard Michael ....................... 239 klond, Dole Lee ....................... 52, 239 kland Jr., Frank T. ........................ 239 klond Jr., Glenn M. klond, Loron T. ....................... 58, 207 Hand Ill, Roberi klond, Teresa B. gfellow, Jane? F. , Betty Loverne ins, Marsha Louisa .................. 84, 86, 239 ner, Albert Frank ......................... 239 ner, Charles Hughes ...................... 207 ner, Patricio Jone ner, Wendel1 Poul ........................ on, John Campbell -in, Larry L .............................. 5 , Reotho Kme , Walter Allen fford, John RondoH ....................... 240 b, Danny ............................. 68, 240 ner, James Eugene ........................ 240 , James Emry ............................ 207 m, Gerald Ronald zer, Donald Lee .......................... Ior Jr., Cliff Lee ........................... 56 Ior, Robert Eugene ........................ 240 Ior, Thomas Roger ........................ 240 111, William G, Eddie R. , Kothaleen mos, Larry Allan .......................... 240 Charles 86 ..................... 56, 240 , Jomes Charles , James Leslie James Monroe Mattie Sue 11, William Glyn .......................... 240 Student Thursby, Randall Allen Tibbens, Monica Massey ................... 83, 240 Tiller, John Wilburn .......................... 208 Tillman, Susan Regina 240 Tipper, Charles Scott ......................... 208 Todd, William Len 240 Toler, Ronnie William ..................... 66, 208 Tomberlin, Stephen L. 208 To'h, Chris 104 Trussell, Ronald E. 208 Tuck, James Alon 240 Tucker, Barbara Jean ......................... 240 Tucker, Donna Jone .......................... 136 Tucker, Michael Stephen ...................... 240 Tunison, Mary Virginia ..................... 54, 77 Turner Jr., Donald Owen ...................... 208 Turner, Floyd Roy ..................... 46, 73, 241 Turner, Robert Alan ...................... 104, 241 Tygarf, James Charles ........................ 241 Tyson, Beny Ruth ............................ 241 Tyson, Jo Welborn ................ 66, 78, 133, 208 Tyson, John Raymond 241 Tyson, Vachel D. Upchurch, David Wayne ...................... 241 Ussery, Crondcll G. .......................... 208 Ussery, James Timothy 241 Vossey, James Arthur 241 Vcnhuss, Irving Myers ................. 67, 69, 241 Vaughan, Christeno L. .................... 135, 241 Vaughan, Minie K. ............. 80, 89, 87, 145, 208 Verner, Alan Scott 241 Vickers, Daniel 241 Vickers, Darryl 241 Vickers, Georgia Ann ..................... 65, 241 Vinson, Douglas Allen ........................ 208 Vinson Jru William E. 241 Vitonge Jr., Patrick J, .................. 241 Wade, Judy Koy ............................. 208 Wade, Jane Loree ............................ 241 Wainwright, Susan Kay ....................... 208 Walden, Cheryl ....................... 69, 78, 208 Waldrop, Jone Duncan .................... 51, 241 Walker, Emory Terrell ........................ 241 Walker, Janice Faye .......................... 241 Walker, William C. 241 Walker, William Derrick ....................... 241 Waller, Mary Dyrene ......................... 241 Wonsley, John David ............... 49, 62, 90, 241 Word, Nancy Scyllo .......................... 241 Warren, James Hammond 241 Warren, Terri ........................ 208 Warren, William H. ....................... 74, 242 Wuss, Dara Lynn ......................... 74, 242 Woszak, Gladys Cecilio ................... 132, 242 Waters, Monhew Lonier ................... 70, 242 Waters, Ronky Mock .......................... 242 Watkins, Donnie Hugh 242 Watson, Larry Wayne ......................... 242 Watson, Norman Otis 208 Watson, William Arthur ....................... 242 Webb, Clifford Crisp ..................... 112, 208 Webb, Donna Marie ...................... 65, Webb, Eddie Webb, Fredonic Ann Weber, Joseph Paul ...................... 52, 242 Wedgworth, Deborah Ruth .................... 242 Welborn, Kermit Wayne Weldon, Kenneth Jackson Weldon, Judy ............................... 242 Weldon, Pamela Michele ....................... 59 Wells, Bryson Wells, Mary Elizabeth ........................ 208 Wendelken, William R. West Jr., Grady Eugene ................... 76, 242 West, Noncy Elaine ....................... 73, 208 Wester, Teresio Elaine ........................ 242 thtley, Joseph Paul Wheeler, Bobbie Jo Wheeler, Lorry Richard ......... ' ........... 66, Whellis, Delores Elaine Whiddon, Shirley Anne ................... 84, White, Brim Redmond White, Michae1 Eugene ....................... Whi1e, Michele Renee Whitfield, Clorie Myers ....................... Whitfield, Dennis J. Whitfield, Sue Ellen ...................... 74, Whitfingfdn, Donna E. ........................ Wildes, Moriorie Ann ......................... Wilkes, Thomas Harry ........................ Wilkins, William S. ........................... Williams, Cindy Lou .......................... Williams, Franklin R. Williams 111, Henry N. ........................ Williams, Martha Gayle ................... 51, Williams, Mildred K. ....... ' ............... 78, Williams Jr., Thomas ' Williamson, Sidney L. Willinghom, Marvin E. ........................ Willis, Jomes Rigdon ......................... Willis, Sylvia Ann ........................ 51, Wills Jr., Walker K. ................. 52, 66, 75, Wills, William McKinly .................... 66, Wilson, Annette Jeter Wilson, Aubrey L. Wilson, Chorline G. Wilson Jr., Edward H. Wilson, James John Wilson, Wilson, Wilson, Sparky ...... . .................... 112, Wimberly, Norma Jean ..................... Wimberly, Nancy Wingme, Anita Susan Winsleft, Paulo Jeon Womble, Joe Felix Wood, Donald Arthur Woodycrd, William H. ................. Wooten, Morvho Ann ......................... Worley Jr., Gordon M. ............ , 141, Wren, Phillip Wayne ......................... Wright, Bernice G. Wright, Charles Lloyd ........................ Wright, Jr., Joy Wright, Lorry Albert ...................... 73, Wyche, Judy Lyn ............................ Wyche, Morlone Debra Wynn, Bobbie Nell Wynn, Robert Nolan ......................... Yarbrough, Melvin T. .......... 58, 81, 122, 139, Yorbrough, Linda Ann 46, 81, 82, 88, 89, 139, Yates, Bobby Brantley ........................ Yawn, Joseph Allen ........................... Yawn, Nancy Katherine ................... 84, York, Linda J. ............................... York, Stephen Duane ......................... Young, Jerry Herbert ......................... Young, Jerry Mack ........' ................... Young, Lorry Harold ......................... Young, Marvin Daniel ........................ Yohng, Walter Joy ........................ 52, Young, Wesley Gerald Youngblood, Tommy Leon Zeigler, Keith Werner ..................... 58, Zipperer, Lamar Ernest ........................ 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