Agnes Scott College - Silhouette Yearbook (Decatur, GA)

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«v WiS¥ the familiar gone. a new voice, different stride, a stranger ' s face come, but the college remains — a loom strung with constant threads the pattern varied with time woven by and of ourselves — the college being its people striving for " the education that gets one nothing, but gives one everything " — questions, faltering answers, more questions — always — learning to learn forever, common bonds uncommonly meaningful. Mnr. M. Jh tB our campus — the Georgian amicably contesting the Gothic . . .mosquitoes. . . loose brick on the steps to Dana . . . cottages ... a snowstorm of dogwoods in the spring . . . bathtub in the Hub . . . gargoyles . . . mitosis over Campbell ' s door . . . hockey field . . . sidewalks of jigsaw brick . . . rain-filled hollowed steps of hallowed halls . . . the rustle of pigeons ' wings . . . unlighted tennis courts — still ... ivy on the library. . . heat in Main but the cottages are ice-olated . . . Johnny ' s apple tree . . . high ceilings . . .old dorms with large rooms — each different . . . left-handed desks . . . missing the tree by the side of the dining hall . . . open observatory — Kahoutek . . . greensward ascamper with squirrels. learning a language — trying to speak a difficult tongue with a recalcitrant one . . . laughter . . . the Big City . . . getting a pizza the action at P by C . . . conversation in the LDH . . . Georgia Tech football games and fraternity parties . . . discip- line — having only a salad for lunch . . . asthma attacks in the library from musty books . . . wrest- ling with the OED . . . the deathless life stored in books ... a Friday night effort to forget the week ... 2 a.m. and nothing ' s finished . . . lingering over after-dinner coffee . . . the bloom of curlers as the weekend arrives . . . students — never hav- ing enough time . . . playing vending machine roulette — win a few, lose a few ... a firedrill the night bedtime was actually before midnight . . . having a wobbly desk on the day of the mid-term exam. wv M Y •4 € leaving here perhaps not totally enlightened but hopefully a little brighter. M Table of Contents Opening — 1 Special Events — 18 Organizations — 30 Faculty — 60 Administration — 86 Freshmen — 112 Sophomores — 128 Juniors — 144 Seniors — 156 Ads Index — 218 Closing — 235 the campus after the summer . . . bare rooms waiting for students . . . hurrying to see if the requested room is yours . . . looking for friends — old for upperclass- men; new for freshmen . . . lugging in everything . . . wishing for electrical out- lets . . . buying extension cords . . . freshmen meeting roommates . . . mass confusion on campus . . . seeing profes- sors again . . . looking for the new presi- dent . . . one hour for registration . . .all day for scheduling . . . red-tagged be- cause of a spring quarter course?! . . . buying books . . . upperclassmen and underclassmen bargain . . . Orientation Council trying to order the confusion . . . voices and introductions in the dining hall. . . going by the library to make sure some things never change . . . the calm excitement before the quarter begins . . . admiring tans and new-found thinness . . . Hub party . . . taking notes again . . . trying not to get behind immediately . . . beginning the long windup for Black Cat. Black Cat — freshmen choosing a mascot . . . trying to get enough legible script copies for the cast . . . Winnie Pooh or Dennis the Menace . . . last Black Cat for Mickey . . . the bonfire . . . singing . . . Johnny minus a leg . . . field day . . . inebriation after lunch . . . competition — did the sophomores and freshmen win every- thing? . . . picnic . . . marching into Gaines . . . sister songs . . . The Black Catterbury Tails ... the Prioress ' s owls . . . Mary Gay Morgan as Dean Gary . . . the mail room — start of academic excel- lence . . . the dining hall and " Come to the Infirmary " . . . " Ladies peaceful, ladies happy — " . . . not having rain for Stone Mountain . . . planning a picnic . . . who wants to cook? . . . trying to be back to get ready for the dance ... a beautiful day after all — just for BSA . . . " The Social Council of Agnes Scott Col- lege requests the pleasure of your com- pany " . . . the dance with drinks in a real ballroom . . . BSA Sundae Party ... ice cream and music on the quad ... re- membering that classes come on Monday . . . Black Cat — welcoming the fresh- men to a new home. Senior Investiture — " a rite of passage " . . . first official occasion for parents to visit since Sophomore Parents Weekend . . . beginning the end . . . IVIiss Meroney and Loyalists . . . solemn but happy . . . underclassmen relegated to the LDH . . . ushering by sophomores and juniors . . . academic procession — getting the faculty to campus on Saturday . . . brunch for parents and guests ... an old tradition. The Lady From The Sea — scrubbing flats ... the shop . . . casting . . . elaborate costuming . . . sewing and building . . . lights and sound . . . rehearsals . . . everything for Ibsen ' s The Lady from the Sea . Speakers Above — Robert Penn Warren; Below — Ti-Grace Atkinson. Robert Penn Warren . . . Pulitzer prizes for poetry and prose . . . gracious and gentle . . . talking in Winship Lobby with students clustered around him . . . signing autog- raphs . . . reading his poetry . . . rennember- ing names and faces. Women ' s Lib in extremis . Ti-Grace Atkinson . . . mad dash from the airport just to be late . . . reception in Hub . . . answering ques- tions in Rebekah Reception Room. Jonathan Freedman on crowding . . . reas- surance that cities may be safe for mankind . . . learning rats aren ' t as adaptable as peo- ple .. . questions ... on designing experi- ments. Guarneri String Quartet . . . Bach, Beeth- oven, Bartok ... no trains ... so much from two violins, one viola, and one cello. David Napier here for Focus on Faith ... a week of discussion, conferences, and wor- ship . . . the " Christian commitment " at Agnes Scott. Cesar Chavez . . . boycott Gallo wines . . . United Farm Workers ... a long struggle — continuing . . . answering questions ... ex- plaining their position . . . meeting students. Opposite Page: Above — Jonathan Freed- man; Below — The Guarneri Quartet. This Page: Above — Dr. David Napier; Below — Cesar Chavez. Organizations singing Valentines from the Glee Club . . . new time for Rep — 6 on Tuesdays . . . AA paper drive — evidence at the Hub . . . The Profile back on a weekly schedule . . . being flagged down in the dining hall for a language table . . . fall fling at the Black Cat Dance and drinks . . . income tax, consumer smarts, auto mechanics — help in the modern world from BSA . . . AA plans a ski trip; CA prays for snow . . . Aurora for the annual Writers ' Conference . . . Faculty-at-Homes with Spirit Committee . . . prospective students enjoying Mortar Board ' s hospitality . . . drinking policy before Rep again . . . Honor Week . . . Hub parties . . . " ka ka ney " and the " Twelve Days of Christmas " from the Madrigals . . . what in the Dickens is B.O.Z.? . . . Silhouette — publish or perish . . . Organ Guild lunching with Mr. Martin . . . Alpha Psi Omega — notice those initiation rites . . . foreign students dine in Sturgis . . . Arts Council — organizing for spring . . . student service help for Rep — one hour per week ... Bible verses from CA during exams ... " A Sentimental Journey into the ' 40 ' s " from Social Council . . . Orientation Council involving the entire campus in settling in the freshmen . . . discussing open dorms . . . trying to save the cottage system ... Dr. Napier speaking on Unamuno during Focus on Faith Week . . . Dolphin Club — swimming for Soph Parents Week-end . . . Blackfriars tries to recruit freshmen . . . Young Democrats and Young Republi- cans still in existence after the big election year . . . Chimo — a country each week in the Profile . . . Junior Class — beginning to choose for Mortar Board ... Eta Sigma Phi saying good-by to Miss Glick ... Organizations — CA sponsoring Tuesday chapels . . . early election for Silhouette editor . . . Rep rambles on . . . focus- ing on honor after Focus on Faith . . . SGA constitu- tion revision . . . Miss Zenn lamenting that even the elite mispronounce " Phi Beta Kappa " . . . " Phi Beta Krappa ' ? . . . Blackfriars — new rates for tickets . . . Arts Council bulletin board . . . Social Council sponsoring mixers . . . Aurora requesting creativity . . . working on the constitution for the new Art Club . . . language clubs with strange names . . . singing songs and looking at films . . . AA sponsoring ping- pong, badminton, and basketball tournaments for the winter blues . . . Silhouette with a deadline in the mid-term week . . . honoring theater work freaks with Alpha Psi Omega membership . , . Music Club becoming active . . . Profile late-nights and a new printer. Arts Council Above — Beth Budd, Mary Frances Shine, Patsy Hilton, Ann Fincher, Joyce McKee, Becky Miller, Liz Lee, Martha Smith; Left — Kay Colvin, Carol Piatnek, Blue Argo, Mr. Fuller, and Mary Praytor. Athletic Association Below — Nancy White, Miss Cox, Laurie Williams, Laura Johnson, Lucy Burch, Catherine Pugh, Karen Dick, Marianne Brinker, Diana Lipscomb, Cathy Pirkle, Davara Dye; Below Left- Harriet Graves. Glee Club Eva Adan, Rachel Alexander, Susan Balch, Gay Black- burn, Camilla Brannen, Marianne Brinker, Margaret Car- ter, Lou Anne Cassels, Christa Cline, Pam Coffey, Sharon Collings, Ann Conrad, Joy Cunningham, Beth Davis, Anita Dodson, Coile Estes, Fran Franklin, Susan Grier, Lynn Holden, Sherry Huebsch, Louise Huff, Patty Hughes, Gemma Jernigan, Becky Jewell, Julie Jordan, Carole Langston, Nancy Leasendale, LuAnne Loftis, Jan MacDonald, Beth McBride, Debbie McBride, Julie McRae, Pat McWaters, Ton! Meador, Melinda Morris, Dana Nichols, Janet Norton, Kathy Gates, Fran Oliver, Ann Patton, Susi Pedrick, Elinor Perkins, Carol Piatnek, Deanna Ramsey, Judy Sapp, Janet Sarbaugh, Sandra Saseen, Susan Smith, Cindy Spaugh, Susan St igall, Martha Sullivan, Ann Turner, Win Anne Wannamaker, Becky Weaver, and Elaine Williams. Madrigals Judy Sapp, Janet Sarbaugh, Frazier Kinnett, Susan Stigall, Camilla Brannen, Louise Huff, and Becky Weaver. Board of Student Activities Below — Beth Budd, Marty Rutledge, Marie Newton, Susan Skinner, Eleni Papador, Sara Barrett, Karen Dick, Teresa Lee, Brandon Brame, Debbie Welch, Cile Fowler, Jan Fredrick- son, Lucy Brockman, Mercedes Vasilos, Mary Gay, Janie Sutton. Christian Association Nancy Oliver, Mary Jane Kerr, Wendy Hellings, Lucy Moss, Susan Grier, Lisa Heatley, Margaret Samford, Beth Sandell, Debbie Welch, Debbie Walker, and Henny Leiand. H H Hi s », m • ... H! t-itTir fluM Hr v iffi 1 " ' I N- k ' - ' f (pi i-f ' ijA ' Itt f i-. III kll 4ttttti± Dance Group Vickie Burgess, Lucille Palmer, Mary Frances Shine, Patsy Hilton, Nancy White, Beth Budd, Fran Lawless, Cheryl Kitchens, Becca James, Karen Hale, Molly Hand, Sally Turner, Josette Alberts, Cindy Hodges, Denise Floyd, Melanie Elder, Melissa Elder, Polky Tarwater, Elinor Phelps, Margaret Cassingham, Cheryl Houy, Lark Todd. Dolphin Club Judy Carol Duncan, Connie Bowen, Lyn Satterthwaite, Susan Grier, Alice Gentry, Janle Sutton, Marv Wade, June Thompson, Betsy Bean, Sally Turner, Roslyn Fretwell, Buff Hatcher, Candy Woolfe, and Mary Jones. Social Council Ann Young, Ann Gwynn, Fran Maguire, Delia McMillan, Jody Melton, Jamie Osgood, Renee Anderson, Eleni Papador, Leila Kinney, Mr. Staven, Patty Pearson, Ginny Maguire, Linda Parsons, Barbara Wyche, Cherry Joy Beysselance, Virginia Parker, Betsy Middleton, June Thompson, Anita Kern, and Angie Rushing. Orientation Council Lynn Ezell, Barbara Williams, Lee Dillard, Win Anne Wannamaker, Patsy Cook, Louise Dawsey, Miss Merrick, and Teresa Lee. Honor Court Becky Thompson, Buff Hatcher, Mellsha Miles, Linda Woodward, Lucy Brocl man, Anne Wall er, Sandy Stogsdill, Charlotte Gillis, and Becky King. Interdorm Wendy Whelchel, Linda Hill, Marty Rutledge, Vickie Kirby, Betsy Bean, Celeste Cox, Sarah Harrison, Tricia McGuIre, and Ann Young. Walters Dorm Council Cheryl Kitchens, Ann Patterson, Jody Mel- ton, Denise Hord, Ver- nita Bowden, Lark Todd, Marsha Thrift, and Linda Hill. Main Dorm Council Left — Mary Frances Shine, Celeste Cox, Marianne Brinker, Tonnlyn Barnes, and Ann Darby Tison. Hopkins Dorm Council Above — Melissa Stretch, Ann Young, and Betsey Wall. Inman Dorm Council Above — Sarah Harrison, Alice Gentry, Brandon Brame, Sally Turner, Debbie Huband, and Frazer Kinnet. Dorm Councils Above Left — Cottage Dorm Council — Fran Lawless, Tricia Mcguire, Marene Emanuel, Mamie Grisham, and Teressa Dew; Above Right — Winship Dorm Council — Gail Burr, Vickie Kirby, Lynn Jameson, Jane Brawley, Beth Wicken- berg, Polly Crook, Ann Galloway, and Dana deWitt; Right — Rebekah Dorm Council — Martha Sarbaugh, Muffin Crim, Wendy Whelchel, Mary Anne Bleker, and Lynn Satterthwaite. Music Club Ann Conrad, Pam Coffey, and Lou Anne Cassels. Lecture Committee Debbie Garfield, Mary Wade, Betsey Wall, and Joyce McKee. Eta Sigma Phi Camilla Brannen, Anne Walker, Patty Hughes, Suzi Brinkley, Beth Meaney, Sally Echols, and Karen White. MORTAR BOARD Mortar Board Above — Marianne Bradley, Karen Lortscher, Mary Mar- garet MacLaughlin, Mrs. Bow- den, Lib McGregor, Beth Budd, Elinor Perkins, Becky King, Ann Christensen, Dr. Chang, Betty Binkley, Marty Rutledge, and Marta Harley. Aurora Ann Fincher, Marta Harley, Ann Loden, JoAnne Williams, and Becky Wilson. B.O.Z. Nancy Mitchell, Lee Davis, Becky Wilson, JoAnne Williams, Blue Argo, Beth Wickenberg, Marta Harley, Liz Hornsby, and Miss Trotter. Profile Left Above — Eva Gantt, Patty Pearson, Marianne Brinker, Joyce McKee, Jan Fredrickson, Susan Balch, Marene Eman- uel; Middle — Bonnie Pedersen, Ann Fin- cher, Eugenia Laster, Mary Jane Warren; Right Below — Ang- lynn McGuff. Rep Council Robbie Goodal Susan Skinner, Eleni Papador, Lucy Turner, Lib Mc Gregor, Nancy White, Teresa Lee, Pedrick Stall, India Culpepper, Rose Ann Cleveland, Mary Gay Morgan, Ann Christ- ensen, Betty Binkley, Margaret Robinson, Marianne Bradley, Sherry Huebsch, Jan Fredrickson, and Alice Lightle. Silhouette Ann Cl7v5and !vnn Irh M u " ' T°,?; ?. " " ' ° " ' " " J nson, Teressa Dew, Rose v " vienne Drakes Ann Pop F. R °° ' " iT ' ° ' ' P " ' " P° " der, Betsy Bean, Kchel Beth Smith t1- ® ' °; - Joyce McKee, Ann Clark, Martha Smith, Wendy Spirit Committee Patty Pearson, Kar- en Tilley, Mary Gay. Chimo Susan Leong, Jackie Smith, Sarah Harrison, Lily Chan, Eve Adan, Jill Johnson, Nellie Jitsuya, Jennifer Frank, Lydia Bendick, Patricia Aguilar, Sarah Brooke, Yinka Edun, Beth Abbott, Karin Horstmann, Jean Williams. Young Democrats Dorothy Wilkes, Linda Parsons, Taffy Stills, Mary Gay, Sandra Saseen, and Melissa Stretch. Young Republicans Mary Price, Sandy Stogsdill, Anita Kern, Lea Grimes, Henny Leiand, Gail Burr, Becky Zittrauer, Mary Frances Shine, Lee Dillard, Pam Hamilton, Kimberly Erickson, and Karen Close. Blackfriars Anne Walker, Ruth McAliley, Ruthie McManus, Julie McRae, Ann Gallo- way, Mr. Evans, Muffin Crim, Carole Langston, Bungi Harris, Liz Lee, Miss Green, Elizabeth Knight, Susan Stigall, Debbie McBride, Elaine Wil- liams, Eva Gantt, Becky Miller, An- nette Cook, Karen Lortscher, Marty Howard, Marianne Bradley, Jamie Os- good, Sandra Saseen, Carolyn McK- inney, Sarah Brooke, Eleanor Phelps, and Ellen Phillips. Alpha Psi Omega Mr. Evans, Marianne Bradley, Sarah Brooke, Ruthie McManus, Susan Stigall, Carolyn Mckinney, Becky Miller, Liz Lee, Martha Howard, Jamie Osgood, Miss Green, Karen Lortscher. Faculty — Administration — new president ' s program — " Meet the Students in Rebekah " . . . evaluating the faculty . . . trying to find a decent greeting card in the bookstore ... the smell of pipe tobacco . . . filling out the PCS and eventually the Agnes Scott supplement . . . faculty who give out exams — always too slow and always too cheerful . . . smell of coffee from the faculty lounge . . . 4-hole golf course — Miss Cox ' s pride ... Mr. and Mrs. Perry eating dinner together in the dining hall . . . reading lists . . . bibliography cards and footnotes . . . breaking in the new faculty; being broken down by the old faculty . . . meeting prospective faculty members . . . blackboards . . . Christmas tree in Buttrick with homemade decorations . . . trying to get cre- dit for summer school . . . remembering how long to wait for a late professor . . . filling out three schedules every quarter for the Dean of Students ' Office . . . Pepperdene time — starting class early and ending it late . . . making sure Mrs. Lindig has the college calendar up to date . . . " Me and My Shadow " — new song from the Vocational Office . . . presidential pep talk in the winter of our discontent . . . Mr. McNair ' s letters to sophomore parents . . . wondering just how late one can turn in a paper . . . faculty advisors and student counsel . . . asking Mrs. Turner for money lost in the Coke machine . . . Security coping with 2 major rules changes in one year . . . filing for a transcript . . . waiting in line for the Xerox machine . . . scheduling for student service . . . meeting a class in the library . . . getting help from Mr. Lewis for Black Cat . . . seeing faculty husbands and wives during Junior Jaunt . . . being cheered during fall quarter exam period by faculty and administration carolers . . . Faculty — standing behind a lectern, sitting on the desl , keeping sporadic office hours, writing on the blackboard, inviting students to homes — " And gladly wolde he lerne and gladly teche " . . . academic processions . . . Faculty Wives Fair for Martin Luther King, Jr. Scholarship . . . Friday af- ternoon faculty meetings . . . third Buttrick . . . new babies for the Woods ' and Matthews ' ... fa- culty swim — every day for Miss Zenn . . . peppy Mrs. Pepe . . . Mr. Simpson ' s frigid sea urchins . . . syllabii . . . faculty help for Sophomore Par- ents Weekend . . . Mr. and Mrs. Sheats — matched twosome . . . Mr. McNair pouring cider for Ti-Grace Atkinson ' s reception . . . Mr. Martin ' s extra flourish for the third verse of hymns . . . Miss Winter on the southern accent . . . playdays with Miss McKemie . . . Mrs. Pepperdene ' s face wreathed in smiles now that the book is all Donne . . . the true faculty talents revealed in Junior Jaunt . . . recommendations for graduate school and jobs . . . Miss Meroney lunching with students . . . conferences for freshmen English papers . . . the stocked aquarium as one enters Campbell . . . Felix Niger — the history of Black Cat from Miss Bradham . . . AAUP . . . initials on major cards . . . Mittagstisch . . . Mrs. Pepper- dene with prospective students . . . philosophical sermonettes from Mr. Parry . . . Environmental Symposium ' 74 — Mr. Leslie and Mr. Orr ... a fond farewell to Misses Bridgman, Dunstan, Click and Winter . . . fellow students. 5URT for ®t l Administration — homemade cookies from the dining hall . . . ASC scavenger hunt — freshmen orientation to the lib- rary . . . Bertie ' s candy jar . . . Miss Currie ' s moved into a date parlor . . . checks for multiples of $5. . . long lines for registration . . .bookstore — smiles even when selling exam envelopes . . . exam teas from the senior residents . . . Dean Gary ' s computer for Grade Point Average . . . scouring the South for the Class of ' 78 . . . Mr. Hannah walking his dog . . . ASC first — the president with a drink at the Black Cat Dance . . . course changes with Dean Petty . . . Christmas presents to ASC employees . . . the note on your grades from the Registrar ' s office . . . entire Business Office at an informal convoca- tion . , . getting to the bank before it closes on Friday afternoon . . . feigning madness only to learn that Dr. Phrydas really does exist . . . seeing Mrs. Wimpy upstairs instead of in the LDH ... the enticing films of the admissions staff . . . the drinking PC ' s and the Administrative Committee . . . meeting in the Hub with the Trustees . . . Miss Murphy ' s bulletin board — summer camps and pay scales . . . notice from the Dean of Stu- dents ' Office about how to close your window over Christmas vaction . . . wondering what the Office of Development develops . . . parking tickets . . . the men raking leaves and sowing grass seed for two months . . . being with the College in every season. Faculty Above Right — Charles A. Leonard III; Center Left — Robert F. Westervelt; Center Right; Leiand C. Steven; Below — Marie Huper Pepe, Chairman. Bible And Religion Above Left — Kwai Sing Chang; Below Left — Mary Boney j Sheats, Chairman; Below — Paul L. Garber. Biology Above — Martin A. Bordner; Below Left — Sandra T. Bowden; Below Right — Nancy P. Grose- close, (Jhairman. " " fill Above Left — Thomas E. Simpson, Above Right — Josephine Bridgman, Below — Mary T. Kelly. Far Left — Alice J. Cunningham; Above Center — Mary W, Fox; Middle Left — Julia T. Gary; Middle Right — W. Joe Frierson, Chairman; Below — Marion T. Clark. Classics Above Left — Elizabeth G. Zenn; Above Right — M. j Kathryn Click, Chairman; Below — Myrna G. Young. • ! s« " Right — William H. Weber III; Below — Edward C Johnson, Jr. Above Left — Margaret P. Ammons, Chairman; Center Left — Lawrence R. Hepburn; Below Left — Jacqueline Thornberry; Below Right — Nathalie F. Anderson. English This Page: Above Right — Linda Lentz Woods; Above Left — Margaret W. Pepperdene, Chairman; Middle Right — W. Edward McNair;Below Left — Jo Allen Bradham; Below Right — Jack L. Nelson. Op- posite Page: Above — B.W. Ball; Middle Left — Mark S. Siegchrist; Middle Right — Patricia G. Pinka; Below Left — Gretchen Schuiz; Below Right — Margaret G. Trotter. I ' ' PWIPfWWfl Below — Benjamin C-P Bao; Right — Vladimir Volkoff Below Right — Huguette D. Kaiser. Left — Claire M.Hubert; Right— Chloe Steel Raphael Molho and Mary Virginia Allen. Chairman; Below — ' ' S -i m ' ' jII P B BBSfiKKm S ' " ' ' f nS 4ff ' ' Sv Above — Dewey W. Kramer; Above Right — Gunther Bicknese, Chairman; Belov Right — In- grid E. Wieshofer. " ' ' ....J . History and Political Science Above Left — John L. Gignilliat; Above Right — Geraldine M. Meroney; Below Left — Augustus B. Cochran III; Below Right — David W. Orr. »(Miiwl» 4.. »ic 3Mss Above Left — Penelope Campbell; Above Right — David W. Robson; Below— Michael J. Brown, Chairman. Mathematics Above Left — Virginia Arnold Diehl; Above Right — Sara L. Ripy, Chairman; Below Left — Ronald B, Wilde; Below Right — Robert A. Leslie. Music Left to Right — Jay C. Fuller; Michael McDowell " Chairman; Elizabeth E. Chap- man; Raymond J. Martin; John L. Adams; Theodore K. Matthews. % riC Philosophy Above Left — Linda B. Cornett; Right — Richard IVI. Wol ters; Below — Richard D. Parry, Chairman. Physical Education Above Left — Kate McKemie, Chairman; Above Right Margaret Louise Cox; Left — Marylin B. Darling; Right Kathryn A. Manuel. Physics Above — George H. Folsom; Below — Philip B. Reinhart. Psychology Above Left — Lee B. Copple, Acting Chairman; Above Right — Thomas W. Hogan; Below Left — Betsy B. Kahan; Below Right — Jacqueline N. Hill. Spanish Above — Constance Shaw-Mazlish; Below Left Florence J. Dunstan, Chairman; Below Right Eloise Herbert. Speech And Drama Above Left — Roberta Winter, Chairman; Below Left — Elvena M. Green; Below Right — William H.C. Evans. Office of The Dean of Faculty Opposite Page: Julia T. Gary, Dean of Fa- culty. This Page: Mildred Love Petty, As- sistant Dean of Faculty. Office Of The President Above — Carlene Duncan, Secretary; Below — Mary Al- verta Bond, Ad- ministrative Assis- tant, Secretary to the President; Sec- retary to the Board of Trustees. Office of the Dean of the Faculty Above — Katherine S. Turner, Secret- ary to the Dean of Faculty; Below — Kathryn G. Turenne, Secretary in the Office of the Dean of Faculty. Office of Admissions This Page: Ann Thompson, Assistant to the Director of Admissions. Opposite Page: Above — Laura Steele, Regis- trar and Director of Admis- sions; Below — Secretaries to the Registrar and Director of Admissions: Linda Anderson, Jean Davis, and Deborah Neely. Office Of The Dean Of Students This Page — Roberta K. Jones, Dean of Students. Opposite Page: Above — Moliie Merrick, Assistant Dean of Students; Below Left — Mary L. Currie, As- sistant Dean of Students and Director of the Student Services Program; Below Right — lone Murphy, As- sistant Dean of Students and Director, Office of Career Planning. Above — Mary Lindig, Secretary to the Dean of Students; Below — Wanda H. Stevenson, Secretary, Office of the Dean of Students. The Library Above Left — Mary Carter, Assistant Reference Librarian; Above Right — Lolla Mangin, Readers Service Assistant; Below — Elizabeth Ginn, Periodicals — Reference Librarian; Barbara Og- lesby, Assistant Librarian and Reference Lib- rarian; Carol Culpepper, Assistant Cataloguer; Kathy Bell, Acquisitions Assistant; Brenda Prichett, Technical Services Assistant; Mildred Wall er, Secretary. Previous Page: Lillian New- man, Associate Librarian and Reference Lib- rarian; Dale F. Luchsinger, Librarian. Office of Public Relations And Development Above — Edward McNair, Director of Public Rela- tions; Below — Paul M. McCain, Vice President for Development. Above Left — Andrea Helms, News Director and As- sistant to the Director of Public Relations; Above Right — Janet Pirkle, Secretary in Office of Develop- ment; Below — Dorothea Markert, Development Re- cords Officer and Assistant to the Director of Public Relations. Business Office Above — Louis P. Cox, Manager of the Post Office; Below Left — Sue White, Secretary and Juliette M. Tiller, Accounts Payable and Payroll Officer; Below Right — Joe B. Saxon, Supervisor of Buildings and Grounds. H Hk jSi: L, H f I H ■ f - H K lk v V ■ ' ift- 1 f Treasurer ' s Office This Page: Above — Kate B. Goodson, Ac- countant and Assistant to the Treasurer; Below — William M. Hannah, Treasurer. Opposite Page: Above — Ann Potts, Assis- tant; Below Left — Janet Gould, Secretary; Below Right — Ann Stapleton, Recorder and Financial Aid Officer. Alumnae Office Above — Deborah Flem- ing, Alumnae Fund Coor- dinator and Assistant to the Director of Alumnae Affairs; Sheila L. Wilkins, Secretary; Mary L. Currie, Manager of the Alumnae House and Assistant in the Alumnae Office; Carey Craig, Associate Director of Alumnae Affairs. r i? Dining Hall Staff Below — Loise Wimpy, Supervisor; Barbara F. Saunders, Dietitian; Fae D. Robinson, Assistant Dieti- tian. Infimary This Page: Above Right — Rosemonde Peltz, IVl.D.; Above Left — Malcom G. Freeman, M.D.; Below Right — Armand Hendee, M.D.; Below Left — Irene A. Phrydas, M.D.; Opposite Page: Above — Elsie Boyer, LPN; Below — Barbara Richardson, RN, Mar- garet Copple, RN. Bookstore Above — Elsie P. Doerping haus, Assistant; Below Vernita M. Barnett, Man agar. Below — Assistants to the Dean of Students: Faye D. Parks, Lou H. Voorhees, Concepion P. Leon, Mary B. Queen, Virginia S. Hall, Roberta C. Sulli- van. Classes — seeing friends after a summer ' s absence ... the community in Convocation . . . Hub parties . . . fellow martyrs in language lab . . . true friends — those who run laps with you . . . pop- corn parties . . . borrowing notes . . . cramming together . . . talking with your roommate in the middle of the night . . . frequent study breaks . . . " can I borrow? " . . . always sitting in the same seat in class ... the sound of typewriters punctuating the end of the quar- ter .. . swapping hostess -duty and phone co-op . . . sharing baby oil while sunbathing . . . movies during exam period . . . cheerful cherubs . . . bulletin boards . . . open mailboxes . . . cutting class . . . going to lunch at 11:45 . . . walking Into greater Decatur on Friday afternoon ... the close of Shutley ' s . . . buying the Donne book . . . eager for the Frost Centennial . . . " the kids are coming " from Georgia Retardation Center . . . alone in the dorm with no one to talk to on Saturday night . . . organic tests every other Friday . . . hearing the chimes from Decatur . . . firedrills at 12:30 . . . going to classes in the dark but playing tennis at 7 p.m. . . . training ourselves not to hear the midnight freight . . . selling books to under- classmen . . . picking up mail for friends . . . cussing . . . making time for lectures . . . rigor mortifying in the reserve room . . . patronizing vending machines . . . trying to maintain a thought over lawn mowers and Miss McKemie ' s P.E. classes . . . discussing shades of finger polish . . . gathering in the Hub to watch the CBS news . . . ushering . . . reading posters . . . daily checking the weekly calendar . . . changing from Rebakah to Buttrick time . . . saying cheerful things to one ' s plants . . . playing cards to avoid study . . . listening to music majors practicing at all hours . . . decorating the campus for Black Cat . . . April Fool ' s Day . . . student art work in Dana . . . Freshmen — being sponsored by j uniors and helped by soplio- mores . . . seeing advisors . . . becoming socially oriented, i.e. suffering through rush among Georgia Tech Greeks . . . Happy Brithday to Dennis . . . De- nnis who? . . . assigned seats at class meetings . . . how to study, by Dean Petty . . . how to win at hoc- key, by Miss McKemie . . . the study of women in English 101 .. . out past LTL for the Black Cat Dance . . . homesickness . . . not making straight A ' s any more . . . not making any A ' s any more . . . huge phone bills . . . switching roommates and rooms ... a surfeit of sexual imagery . . . having a beautiful fall when everyone promised rain . . . handbook orientation . . . the Honor System . . . en- thusiastic basketball players beating the seniors in the cottages . . . fall elections . . . language lab . . . getting back the first English paper and discovering that one ' s calling in life seems to be writing wrongs . . . spending afternoons in labs . . . being told by upperclassmen how lax one ' s social regulations are . . . football games and drinking . . . the first exam period — exhaustion . . . learning the bus schedule . . . hoping for unlimited cuts . . . adjustment and acclimatization . . . blind dates . . . the library . . . trying to learn the names of all the professors . . . gaining weight and dieting . . . winter quarter blues . . . having a home-town honey . . . going to P by G. . actually knowing people in high school . . . bringing stuffed animals . . . starting to smoke . . . starting . . . i 1 mm mi 1 1 l-jju n fp 4 t ..-. p. Ellen Abernathy Josette Alberts Anne Alexander Renee Anderson Carroll Auclair Evelyn Babcock Susan Babinchak Mary Allison Ballew Mary Anne Barlow Lydia Bendeck Holly Anne Bennett Karen Bittenbender Mary Collins Blackmon Anne Bond Katharine Booker Mary Crist Brown Nancy Burnham Anne Callison Deborah Capelle Valerie Clark Christa Cline Sharon Colllngs Ann Conrad Annette Cook Carolyn Corbett Cathryn Crane Joy Cunningham Cynthia Davis Patrice Davis Renee Davis Dana deWitt Anita Dodson Melissa Elder Anne Elliot Patricia Fishel Kandace Fitzhugh Ellen Fort Sylvia Foster Jane Fraley Elaine Francisco Jennifer Frank Fran Franl lin Audrey Grant Karen Green Nancy Guerro Gay Gurley Sarah Hager Susan Hall Charmian Hamilton Glenn Hankinson Juliette Harper Virgina Hilsman Cynthia Hodges Lynn Holden lllliililill Suzanne Hollonnan Cheryl Houy Anne Hull Mary Ihley Angela Ingram Caroline Inman Sue Jinks Emma Johnson !StW . i Rebecca Jones Rhett Jones Bonnell Jopling Ruth Jowers Terri Keeler Mary Ann Kruskamp Katheryn Kussrow Mary Lambright - ' r, - Melissa Landon Carole Langston Eugenia Laster Katherine Lawther Susan Leong Gloria Lewis LuAnne Loftis Marianne Lyon Georganne Major Eleanor McCain Ruth McMullen Patrica McWaters I ' oni Meador Julia Midl iff Diane Miller Teresa Moore Melinda Morris Daisy Morton Janet Mushegan Beverly Nelson Holly Newberry Katherine Dates Clare O ' Kelley Francine Oliver Anne Paulin Susi Pedrick Cynthia Perkins Anne Pesterfield Julie Pflughaupt Carol Piatnek Susan Pirkle Julie Poole Sandra Sassen Nancy Setzler Linda Shearon Tamara Shell Sarah Shurley Virginia Singeltary Nancy Sisk Deborah Smith ...Miic Jiinii Susan Smith Cynthia Spaugh Pat Stephens Caroline Swink Gail latum Vance Thompson Lois Turner Patricia White Catherine Whitehead Frances Wicl es Lydia Will es Elaine Williams Kay Williams Lynn Wilson Nancy Wimbish Donna Winters Diane Woodward Sophomores — getting ready for Soph Parents Weekend . . . feel- ing older in the fall . . . being at home on campus . . . Winnie the Pooh . . . trying to finish require- ments and pick a major ... to transfer or not to transfer . . . dwindling social life after freshman year? . . . winning the scholarship trophy . . . nostalgia as the sister class graduates . . . last year of P.E. . . . knowing all the words to " God of the Marching Centuries " . . . getting ready for Soph Parents Weekend . . . taking one ' s first upper-level courses . . . wishing for a car . . . finishing the Student Directory before Thanksgiv- ing .. . having enthusiasm . . . knowing where professors ' offices are . . . Sophomore Slump . . . Ragqedy Ann . . . getting ready for Soph Parents Weekend . . . trying to help or hinder freshmen . . . learning which professors to take . . . finding you ' ve wasted 9 hours . . . beginning to work at Western Sizzler . . . sunbathing in front of the infirmary . . . volunteering . . . getting ready for Soph Parents Weekend . . . replacing throw rugs with old carpets . . . ignoring the hall phones . . . taking tennis or fundamentals . . . collecting Dante ' s glasses . . . learning the way to Manuel ' s . . . never using one ' s own iron or laun- dry rack . . . supporting all campus organizations . . . asking friends for blind dates . . . partying with parents during Soph Parents Weekend . . . no more class meeeting in Maclean . . . halfway through one ' s college career . . . Katherine Akin Rachel Alexander Lucta Allen Carol Asbell Patty Avery Susan Balch Lisa Banks Cherry Joy Beysselance Kitty Bireley Carolyn Bitter Gay Blackburn Beth Boney Brandon Brame Jane Brawley Jan Brisendine Dellphine Brown Lucy Burch Margaret ' Carter Diana Casten Anne Clark Karen Close Alexandra Coclin Muffin Crim Alice Cromer Polly Crook Beth Davis Lee Davis Phyllis DeVane Beth DeWall Lee Dillard Eldridge Downey Emily Dunbar Cathy DuPree Marianna Edwards Kimberly Erickson Stacie Faiozia ' Demise Floyd Cile Fowler Lynn Freeman Roslyn Fretwell Ann Galloway Eva Gantt Josie Gartrell Alice Gentry Susan Grier Lee Ann Grimes Pam Hamilton Bungi Harris Buff Hatcfier Marty Hench Hope Hood Liz Hornsby Martha Howell Debbie Huband Sherry Huebsch Marjorie Hunter Becca James Gemma Jernigan Becky Jewell Jeanne Jones Julie Jordan Bettyann Kelahan Frazer Kinnett Cheryl Kitchens Nancy Leasendale Henny Leiand Diana Lipscomb Alice Little Karen Lockard Jane Maas Jan MacDonald Ginny Maguire Beth McBride Debbie McBride Becky McCulioh Betsy McDaniel Julia McRae Beth Meaney Jody Melton Chris Metz Peggie Miller Melissa Mills Nancy Mitchell Susan Mitchell Genevieve New Janet Norton Candice Oslund Ann Patton Patty Pearson Bonnie Pedersen Mary Price Jennifer Rich Lori Riley Lisa Roberts Louise Roche Emily Rumph Judy Sapp Martha Sarbaugh Lynn Schellack Linda Scribner Jean Sheffield Louise Sheridan Shari Shufelt Jacqueline Smith Martha Smith Alicia Snyder Pedrick Stall Janie Sutton Polky Tarwater Barbie Thrash Anne Darby Tison Lark Todd Ann Turner Lucy Turner Laura Underwood Candis Veale Anne Walker Win Anne Wannamaker Martha Watson Kay Webb Denise Westbrook Nita Whetstone Karen White Dorothy Wilkes Angele Willcox Barbara Williams Beverly Williams Jean Williams Jill Worthey Barbara Wyche Sarah Wynn Juniors — having too many books for the bookcase . . . having TV sets, stereos, hot pots and cook books . . . getting tipsy drunk often but really drunk only twice a quarter . . . not going to class meetings . . . feeling maternal toward freshmen . . . getting gray hairs . . . going out to eat a lot — at night with girls . . . tiring of the fraternity scene . . . being in charge of Black Cat and Junior Jaunt . . . wondering if the other classes do anything . . . feeling busy and important . . . collect- ing memorabilia . . . having appointment calendars . . . scheduling classes for midmorning . . . drinking too much coffee . . . thinking about the FUTURE . . . watching Seniors and wondering " Will we be like that next year? " . . . not hearing the hall phones ... be- ginning to use the library again . . . trying to choose a topic for an independent . . . giving advice about pro- fessors to underclassmen . . . sitting in the dining hall for an hour after lunch and supper . . . ceasing to feel inferior to professors . . . spending vacations visiting friends and travelling . . . worrying about the future of the College . . . worrying about spring elections . . . hoping summer will hurry up and arrive . . .becoming Tab addicts . . . becoming movers and shakers in- stead of the moved and the shaken . . . hoping to be nominated for office and deciding to petition . . . wondering which dorm to live in next year . . . tutor- ing at Beacon Hill Elementary . . . almost . . . Vicki Baynes Nan Berry Mary Anne Bleker Connie Bowen Marianne Brinker Suzi Brinkley Mary Louise Brown Melodye Brown Victoria Burgess Lou Anne Cassels Shelby Cave Lily Chan Debbie Clarl Rose Ann Cleveland Vickl Cook Stacye Corbitt Terry Davis Louise Dawsey Pam Edwards iST ' Gina Etheridge Ann Fincher Allyn Fine Sliaron Forney Sandy Eraser Susan Gamble Cfiariotte Gillis Robbie Goodail Allison Grigsby Kay Griner Debbie Harris Sarah Harrison Gee Hay Lisa Heatly Patsy Hilton Glenn Hodge Denise Hord Karin Horstmann Howell Hampton Lynne Jameson Shell! Jenkins Jill Johnson Mary Jones Nell Jordan Susan Landham Mae Logan Ruth McAliley Lynda McCray Beth McFadden Joyce McKee Carolyn McKinney Ruthie McManus Delia McMillan Donna McWhorter Fran Maguire Becky Meador Mary Gay Morgan Hatsy Newton Marie Newton Nancy Oliver Virginia Parker Mary Pender Jayne Peterman Ellen Phillips Cathy Pirl !e Catherine Pugh Karen Rahenkamp Melinda Rapp Debbie Reddle Irmina Rivero Christ! Roberts Vicki Roberts Margaret Robison Angle Rushing Margaret Samford Lyn Satterthwaite Sandy Sheridan Mary Frances Shine Melissa Shuster Susan Stigall Susannah Stevens Melissa Stretch Shelley Tapp Kay Teien Becky Thompson Judy Thompson June Thompson Marsha Thrift Karren Tilley Carol Townsend Sally Turner Betsy Wall Becky Weaver Knight Webb Lynda Weizenecker Frances Weston Nancy White Beth Wicl enberg Deidre Will es Joanne Williams Laurie Williams Margaret Williams Becky Wilson Linda Woodward Whit Worman Above — Debbie Hamby, Ann Loden, Semerlyn Paris, Irmina Rivero; Below — Debi Belt. Seniors — Investiture . . . " We are tired old Seniors " . . . inde- pendents . . . having one ' s own carrel in the library with a light that doesn ' t work . . . knowing no under- classmen . . . being interviewed for jobs . . . not get- ting any mail . . . becoming engaged and being thrown in the Alumnae Pond . . . GRE ' s . . .graduate school . . . scheduling 13 hours for spring quarter . . . saying, " It goes by so quickly " . . . planning weddings . . . pass-fail courses . . . poring over catalogues . . . living in singles . . . having ASC rings with letters that don ' t interlock . . . waiting for letters of acceptance . . . saying, " If I had it to do over again, I ' d — " . . . becoming maudlin and nostalgic when we sing " God of the Marching Centuries " . . . saying Black Cat is silly . . . being president or chairman or something . . . being either in early or out all night . . . student teaching . . . job hunting . . . being flabby — too much drink and no more P.E. . . . get- ting hair cuts . . . never having phone co-op or hos- tess duty . . . really looking at china surveys . . . drycleaning . . . counting the days until graduation . . . having a boyfriend who ' s left Atlanta . . . intern- ships . . . going to see Miss Gary about the FUTURE . . . getting the GREAT DEPRESSION, or what-will- l-do-with-the-rest-of-my-life panic . . . having huge plants because they ' ve grown since freshman year . . . saying, " This is my last — " . . . majoring in extra-class education . . . graduating from Agnes Scott. This Page: Above — Melisha Miles, Psychol- ogy; Below — Jeanette Walls Fredrickson, His- tory; Opposite Page: Above — Mrs. Carolyn Sisk Deadwyler, Political Science; Below — Lucile Saxon Palmer, Sociology. Wendy Hellings, French. Left — Barbara Diane Beeler, Music; Below — Kate Elizabeth McGregor, Sociology. Above — Mrs. Martha Stephen- son Kelley, Spanish; Right — Martha Elizabeth Howard, Dramatic Arts. Mrs. Deanna Penland Ramsey, Music. Right — Victoria Margaret Kirby, Psychology; Below — Elizabeth Stratton Lee, Dramatic Arts and Philosophy. Above — Leila Wheatley Kinney, Art and English; Right — Gloria Maxine Wyatt, Mathematics. This page: Judy Carol Duncan, Mathematics; Opposite Page: Mrs. Elizabeth Holmes Smith, Biology. • r ' . - •. . ?: 1 ;,. ' ,-♦ fei ►a;;. rv Above — Candace Elizabeth Woolfe, History; i Below — Mamie Ruth Grisham, English. Hl| it rf ' wV. This Page: Left — Melanie Ethel Moore, Biology; Left Below — Ann Hunter McMillan, English; Right Below — Ann Elizabeth Patterson, English; Opposite Page: Cynthia Goldthwaite, English. iiminfflnn L This Page: Judith Ann Greene, French; Opposite Page; Above Psychology; Below— Elinor Merritt Perl ins, Music. Nelly Jitsuya, Above — Angela Dunn, Psychology; Right Above — Marianne Bradley, Psychology; Right Below — Mary Jane Kerr, History. Left — Jamie Carroll Os- good, Dramatic Arts; Below — Betty Lynn Bink- ley, Mathematics. fiVUNITED S t,TE$ POST OFFIC DECATUR GEORGIA iSmiM This Page: Below— Lyn Sanders Stogsdill, Mathematics; Right — Deborah Sue Walker, History; Opposite Page: Patricia Louise Hughes, Classics. This Page: Karen Elizabeth Dick, Psychology. Opposite Page; Above Left — Janet Leigh Sarbaugh, History; Above Right — Wendy Michele Whelchel, Economics; Below Left — Deborah Sue Welch, History; Below Right — Mary Jane Warren, Art. Right — Pamela Coffey, Psychol- ogy; Below — Mrs. Ann Early Bibb, Chemistry. Far Left Above — Claire Owen, Economics and Mathematics; Far Right Above - Lawless, Psychology; Above — Mrs. Julie Lipscomb MacLemore, French. -Mary Frances This Page: Above — Brenda Sue Stills, Philosophy; Below — Lucile Eve Brockman, English. Opposite Page: Above — Ethel Celeste Cox, History; Below — Ivey Beth Budd, Economics. This Page: Right — Mary Susan Walker, English; Below — Anita Kathryn Kern, Physics. Opposite Page: Above — Eleanor Lynn Williams, Spanish; Left Below — Ann Allen Young, Psychology; Right Below — Camilla Brannen, Classics. ' ' . " 0 Right — Abigail Hunter Burr, History; Below Right — Davara Jane Dye, French; Below — Lucy Norton Moss, Spanish. Left — Mary Lynn Gay, Economics; Below — Kay Lillian Colvin, Art. This Page: Calie Lucile Jones, English and Sociology. Opposite Page: Above — Mrs. Susan Higgins Norton, Biology; Middle — Amy Louise Ledebuhr, Political Science; Below — Nancy Strother Dodd, English. Above — Ann Maureen Christensen, Biology; Right — Linda Diane Parsons, Political Sci- ence. Above — Mary Margaret MacLauchlin, Psychology; Below — Elizabeth Evert Bean, History and Mathematics. Below Left — Ellen Jean Redd, Bible and Religion; Below Right — Mrs. Eleanor White Deierlein, English and American Art American Literature. This Page: Left — Jo Ann Hensley, Psychology; Below — Patricia Ruth McGuire, Biology. Opposite Page: Above — Anne Frances Fulton, German; Middle — Ann Cordes Har- vey, Art; Below — Lynn Elizabeth Ezell, Biology. This Page: Right — Dorothy Ann LaMon, French; Below — Gayle Shute Ranl in, Economics. Opposite Page: Above — Rebecca Ann King, English and Art; Below — Teresa Louise Lee, Economics and Sociology. ' I ; Mi : ' ' T IKSl " " ' ' ■ ' ' " " ' ■ -•| : W HtM ■C J gl -SST ' 1 ki _Mi i . y. ' 5r - b -5- ».« . KxJA A j:! 41 " 1 4 V ' mm • -• ' ■ Right — Sara Elizabeth Barrett, Economics; Below — Mrs. Diane Roeuer Atchley, English. Above Left — Teressa Stephens Dew, History; Above Right — Linda Lou Hill, Mathematics; Left — Mary Kerr Praytor, Art; Right — Jane Marshall Simons, Art. This Page: Ann Marie Poe, English and Psychology. Opposite Page: Above — Paullin Holloway Ponder, Psychology; Below — Karen Anne Lortscher, Dramatic Arts. Right — Tania Gumusger- dan, Psychology; Below — Mrs. Marta Powell Harley, English. Above — Laura Lynn Johnson, History; Left — Susan Page Skinner, Psychology. This Page: Above — Elizabeth Smith, History; Below — Susan Ray Black- wood, Art. Opposite Page: Above — Mrs. Kay Parkerson O ' Briant, History; Below Left — Elizabeth Blue Argo, Art and English; Below Right — Sally Martin Harris, English. This Page: Right — Julie Louise Bennett, Biology; Below — Viv- ienne Ryan Drakes, Psychology. Opposite Page: Above — Leonita Yates Worth, Biology; Below — Anne Blake Gwynn, Art. fmT -liV l- ' i i Above — Mary Katherine Ryan, English; Below — Mercedes Elaine Vasilos, History. Left — Molly Hand, Biol- ogy; Below — Mrs. Christ- ine Clark Wilson, English. Left — Deborah Michelle Garfield, English; Below- Katrinka Jane Allen, Mathematics. Right — Frances Elizabeth Middleton, Art; Left Mrs. Sharon Padgett Schillinger, Mathematics. This Page: Left — Rebecca Ann Zittrauer, English; Right — Angelyn Ann IVIcGuff, English and History. Opposite Page: Above — Jennifer Lee Shelton, Bible and Re- ligion; Below — Mary Anne Shirley, History and Sociology. This Page: Left — Eleni Olga Papador, English; Right — Mary Louise Wade, Bible and Religion and English. Op- posite Page: Above — Louise Baker Huff, Political Sci- ence; Below — Stephanie Ann Caswell, Dramatic Arts. .fju 1 : ■ tw J ' 1 w R i WP 1 1 1 Hj ly 1 1 1 H " ■B i M V ' B K « 1 Shi SH| ' " i l E M II . 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' ■■ f XJ ■ a: = Ht!asS)t«s International Management Internationale Betriebswirtschaft Frank C. Wilson P.O. Box 1515 Gainesville, Ga. 30501 Smith ' s Shoes Decatur, Ga. Herff Jones Co. 5105 Peachtree Ind. Blvd. Atlanta, Ga. The Good Life 1 W. Court Square Decatur, Ga. Fat Albert ' s Sandwich Shop 127 E. Court Square Decatur, Ga. Hearn Jewelry Co., Inc. 131 Sycamore St. Decatur, Ga. Watson ' s 309 E. College Ave. Decatur, Ga. Sharian, Inc. 368 W. Ponce de Leon Ave. Decatur, Ga. 225 forming a multitude — but a multitude of one growing inward and outward, sharing vistas of mankind, exploring nooks and crannies in the self . . . probing so many depths, sending out roots that will stretch yet never snap, defining oneself more clearly, but erasing the boundaries of one ' s existence . . . things that don ' t stop here, that can ' t stop here . . . and a soul never satisfied, yet thriving on its hunger an infinite debt: a way of life, and a way to life. 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