Allegany College of Maryland - Odyssey Yearbook (Cumberland, MD)

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gb., 51 'Y 1 ,',' -4 1 1 1 1 ,1 1 1 1. 1 1 n 1 1 A I 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 X 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 f 1 X . . ,, A I., ,f,, A-1 -,gd l Lu 1 A 1 . 'v 1 1 1 1 , V , 4 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 l 1 1 1 ! I 1 1 1' 1 1 , i 1 1 1 1 J 1 ' , I, ' A 1 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 14 1 f 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 5 z 1 1 3 1 1 1 1 1 A 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 E 1 1 1 1, f 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , 1 1:--' I 1 'N 1 I 1 1 ' S Q55 5,gQt 0955 QQQQ 44 ite I 9 THE CDYSSEY 09565 ALLEGANY 09550 .'3'Z33'W QQAQQO T TABLE oEcoNTENTS FCREWORD 3 DEDICATION 4 ADMINISTRATION 6 FACULTY I4 ACTIVITIES 24 LATHLETICS 40 CLASSES 52 ADVERTISERS 98 if , .'., . I i ,Q f , .-.xg r,,,,aff V ii -..,"'f,f - QQ. Q ms. , . :fl-a -M2 -vm " .., Yifgfr I M.. I 7 A f ' 1 A I i 'A Il -, f .,f, -A FOREWORD Since its founding. in 1961, Allegany Com- munity College has grown to be a productive learn- ing ground rather than just another school. It has grown in size and quality, intellectually and emo- tionally. The students who attend ACC come for that education which stresses and encourages in them the same growth our college itself has ex- perienced. i Even as ACC continues its growth, so will we continue although we have concluded our years of formal schooling. We hope we will stress and encourage in others the intellectual and emo- tional growth we have experienced and which are esesntial to learning. Bonnie Robertson Kay McCray,' Editors-in-chief .. ,.,. , ,.,.Tw,Vv--x,,.. V, -.. . .-7 --,-,? ,..p.1.. 2.1-a1.1'I.rv.i..,1 -13'-4- f +5 i ' r r I 0 w 5 l 4 1 l I i E 1 2 1 1 I . w 4 l l 1 l I 5 l I I 3 i r 3 i l we DEDICATE THE onvsssv T0 "THOSE HAVING TORCHES WILL PASS THEM ON TO OTHERS . . PLATO We, the yearbook staff of Alle- gany Community College, in ap- preciation ,of his trust and faith in us, sincerely dedicate this edi- tion to Mr. Roy S. Weed, BusinCSS Manager. Mr. Weed, by This year has been a difficult one for you. Not only did you have the cares of handling the finances of a public institution on your shoulders, but 'you also coped with the difficulties of an ex- panding student body Within static facilities. Finally, you have had to look ahead to the' physical and financial growth of the coming years. Yet you found time to counsel and support us as we prepared this book. We hope it will always be a memento of our thanks and appreciation. T4 A MAN wHo IS HIMSELF DEDICATED Z' Jglg fb.-Q A 45, :4 W. WZ? X W i1 ff - 4 Kb? V my., gn, W Q ,rf 4542? ' z 2 ,, , w?,.i:f fm My f , LW' ' Wai, vf f ,ff f ., f- C ,J wif, 73, 2 5 X Xl 'WMC' , ,f ff ., 7 XY f,f f ,J , f 4 f v f f 7 f4 ,QA I L I, F 4 f. i I E P, F1 1? i P 'r V E 5 f I 5. 1 i L P President i Theodore Roosevelt has a bit of philosophy that we might well use as arule and guide in our lives. "We do not admire the man of timid peace. We admire the man who embodies victorious effortg the man who never wrongs his neighbor, who is prompt to help a friend, but who has those virile qualities necessary to win in the stern strife of actual life: It is hard to fail, but it is worse never to have tried to succeed. In this life we get nothing save by effort. Freedom from effort in the present merely means that there has been stored up effort in the past. A man can be freed from the necessity of work only by the fact that he or his fathers before him have worked to good purpose. If the freedom thus purchased is used. right, and the man still does actual work, though of a different kind, whether as a writer or a general, whether in the field of politics or in the field of exploration and adventure, he shows he deserves his good fortune. But if he treats this period of freedom from the need of actual labor as a period not of preparation but of mere enjoyment, he shows that he is simply a cumberer on the earth's surface, and he surely unfits himself to hold his own with his fellows if the need to do should arise again. A mere life of ease is not in the end a satisfactory life, and ' above all it is a life which ultimately unfits those who follow it for ELI f Y serious work in the world."-Theodore Roosevelt, "The Strenuous Life." DR. ROBERT S. ZIMMER, President Allegany Community College W' 1 Dr. 8: Mrs. Zimmer Nmwwhmm 1 Dr. Robert S. Zimmer, President of College, Sen- ator Joseph Tydings, Sen- ator of United States DR. ROBERT S. ZIMMER MMER lives. sg the essary d. In stored athers 1 still olitics :eriod 5 that unfits arise , and it for nuous 'ident A philosopher has told us that growth is the only evidence of life, and, it seems to me, that this is true. Some people stop growing in their teens, others are still growing in their ninties. It all depends on the individual. By growth, we mean, of course, much more than just increase in physical, size. If we hope to continue growing, we must always keep our vision on distant and ever-receding hori- zons, we must be willing to explore new avenues of discovery, to climb toward new peaks of aspira- tion, to open new doors of opportunity, to seek new worlds to conquer, and new loads to lift. We must not shrink from the new, the untried, the unknown, nor abhor that which we do not under- stand. We should believe deeply in many things, but not so tenaciously that we cannot change when change is necessary because of new discoveries or revelations. DR. MYRON L. SIMPSON We should look always to the rising, not the setting sung to the new day, the new challenge, the new opportunity, the new hope. We must be friendly, tolerant, understanding, and sympathetic, ever mind- ful of the "other fellow" and respectful of his rights and privileges. We hope that, as students of Allegany Com- munity College, you have experienced this phe- nomenon of growth-this process of education- and that we have equipped you to continue it for all the rest of your lives. we trust that, in growing, you will never cease to marvel at, to query, and to be humbled by this "big, wide, wonderful world we live in." And we hope, too, that you will never find the answers to all of your questions. Myron L. Simpson Defm of Academic Affairs Dr. Myron L. Simpson at the Dean's Reception ' ,XM .,,, .QA- fyw J L., QfR'cu11ax: STUDENT ' PERSONNEL ? I E MRS. SHARON C. LOTZ , H A .W Secretary f M, XXX, W 4, . 1: ,4,fQ2Q,N , N. . 4 mf ff , ,. . H. ,,,. 'W , 1 'Q I , , Wfvf-W ,"' r fe. . Q 3 C 'K Y f ' ,ff f V My 5 . ' fn. f-ff 4 .1-my .l 0 W 1 'gh' ' , ' nf I0 MR. WAYNE C. ROUSH Registrar MRS. SHARON C. HOTT Director of Student Personnel MRS. ELEANOR J. MORGAN Secretary I fi E THE BUSINESS OFFICE f f MRS. EVELYN B. STITCHER Bookstore Manager MR. OREN B. RELYEA Assistant Business Manager MISS NANCY HOSKEN Bookstore Clerk MRS. JEANNE S. SCHWARZ Secretary to the President ADMINISTRATIVE SECRETARIES MRS. GERALDINE L. BEEGLE Secretary to the Dean MRS. BETTY JUNE DOUGAN Faculty Secretary R I3 E , I 1 994 S QWW' 04,4 909 af' Vo sg, 6" J 0 A Fonum 0F PEERS 0 435 090095 n m 43203 if M , K MU , I , A , 4,0 W 1, f w I I gl V. 4 . I I I I I I I 1 J I i , I 5 . I 1 I I I I - 1 I I I I I I I I I I I I .I .I I HUMANITIES NERS. HELENE L. YVEBNER English REV. GEORGE A. HAZEN English and History' MR. VVILLIAM T. WEBNER English and Speech 1. WEBNER :ech MR. JAMES D. ZAMAGIAS English MISS A. SUZANNE MCGRATH English, 1 fournalism MR. THOMAS W KIRKCONNELL Foreign Languages ' . . 11,141.4 wh s 1 1 A , ? it is 1 l 1? 1 11 wi r E 1 f I F F E f 5 -1 I ? jyyy ,, 4 X , , -..4,1L.,.b...--....f..E. . --f-.-1- M.- --I ' 'S-- -' -- -' 'HM A-' 'mf "HM I SOCIAL SCIENCES MR. EDWIN F. WELDON Music, Economics, Business X f 2 47 ' X7 MR. JOHN W. BAILEY History ,. MR. STANLEY J. DOUGAN History, Political Science 5 W ON JOUGAN ical ' DR. DONALD W. BROWN Mathematics MATHEMATICS MR. PIERRE P. OLBERZ Mathematics, Physics i. MR. EDWARD E. BOSMAN Mathematics , ,,,.,.-,.,,,. A j,,,,..,..,.,ff,f,,,.,,.E .,s1,s:.A..,fA,2,.., L., ., ,. . EM Et . z- l i , , 4 1 1 1 A 4 1 I 1 1: 4 1 1 H L 4 1 r i E 5 I 1 r F E 5. n-us PHYSICAL I DOCTOR EARL S. MCCOLLEY Chemistry SCIENCES MRS. ELAINE HUGHES I Chemistry Laboratory Assistant TEEEQLE E. ERQWA' iz- lO-O5v :.:'O-S.-O:T - NN':":"? x N, x qv. s ix L Us urn 25 . My . W Mg: 1 a s 1 X x X 4 i 3: A915345 XX , N -1' g 53054 X , XX ii 1.54 x s X X Q . f f X .4 Q X 6, 'f , y N Nfl is . f i A Aw, 1 xi"M"'RXQNL: . X ,QWQQXYLQSXN wi. QQ. ' f X - N -5- fi gxgfw ,i5,- ow f. ff , X f RN ' DR. SALVADORE TAMBURO Biology ,W, DR. MYRON L. SIMPSON Biology DR. BRAHMA S. KAUSHIVA Biology PHYSICAL EDUCATION MR. RONALD B. WOODS Assistant Coach MR. HENRY L. PAUL Head Coach MRS. SHIRLIE L. MERRICK Assistant Librarian MRS. MARY LOUISE I HOLZAPFEL Librarian LIBRARIANS I I I II 'I I SI 'I I I I I I 1, II! 'I I I I I I ,1f'I , . ' I IE I . I i I I I ,-I I I II I III II I xv ,f I I I I X ,, I X . ' X Qr 5, :IQ X Ii ' I ff I W if . 1. ,. , I I , F K vg . " , Ia ,H V . IJ . - , X V . 1- ' ,1- N. UI ffi .fx 1 .. 1 YW. ,ag , ' I . iii .I I Y! an y 0 OX' ,gt 0 I ' 90 r 09' 042: FROM TYDINGS T0 TEAS o 0, 'Q' " Om' ' ,g "4'Z+!N F il-. .nf YEAR5ooK STAFF SEATED: Tom Connor STANDING: Colleen Rigoni, Kay McKray, Editor-in-Chief, Margie Robin- ette. Missing from picture Jack Mills, Chuck Rupert, and Bonnie Robertson, Editor-in-Chief. STUDENT GOVERNMENT SEATEDI Jud? G-115509, Kaillv Black. K ' R -Q TX Qi . som, Dave Hards,IeffWagner,JBi11Pfiffs am wan' 'Im BHS Mom SECOND ROW1 Terry Goss, Bob Richard l NEWSPAPER STAFF J STANDING: Rawn Torrington, Lynn Griffey, Tom Johnson, Don Hollen, Ed Douglas. SEA'I'ED: Miss A. Suzanne McGrath-Advisor, Becky Yates, Bill Mock-Editor-in-Chief. LITERARY CLUB SEATED: Becky Yates, Stevie Graniga Johnson n, Diane Snelson, Mrs. Patty Paye. STANDING: Bill Mock, Mr. Webner, Tom Q . cuacas K CLUB 4l KNEELING: Frank Griese-President, Lynn Griffey, SEATED: Ron Cook, Bill Pritts, Herb Henry, Elroy Richardson. STANDING: Bob Richardson, Terry Grundy, Dave Arrington, Terry Goss, Tom Connor, Tom johnson, Bill Mock It is with sincere appreciation that We, the yearbook staff, extend special recognition to the Circle K Club. Without this organization, the students of Allegany Community College could not enjoy the juke box in the lounge. They maintain a lost and found department Within our school. The club also had a book exchange. They also served the community by selling fruit cakes for the Kiwanis Club to benefit underprivileged children. The Circle K strives to serve the college and the community cheerfully and humbly, while receiving little recognition. We would like to amend this situation by saying, "Thanks fellows, you are doing a mighty fine job attaining your goals." Qmncin Grlffey and C th B lg th b qvm It Gmff 2 ac enyov e Juke or - 1 t ' .L 1 - - , . Y 1 A . O I7 ' Nr I C 1 - CIRCLE K COURT The Circle K has chosen Carolyn "Tedd1" Gray as their Queen. oi' Margaret Weed was chosen as her attendant. 111 111 11 1 1? i 1 1 21 1 1 1 1 1 .1, 11 1 1 I 11 1 111 113 11: 1:13 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , 1 111' 11 11 11 1 1 ,l'i1 1,1 12 '11 111 1 1 111 1 1 Z-1 il E1 51-1 E12 1 1 11 1 11 1 ii' 2 11 1 1 1 1 I 11 1 1 , 1 1 111' '-11 1 1 111 1. 1 1 1 '12 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 11 11 I 1 1- 1 1 1 1 1 1' 1 kv 1 1 1 ga ' 1 1 K. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , , 1 I2 1 17, 1 5 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 I, 1 1 1. 1 1, Q. 1. 1. ,, 1 1 1. 1 V 1 1 1 n-:E A.c.c. SINGERS l FIRST ROW: Barbara Phillips, Phyllis Phillips, Vieki Davidson, Roger Bruner, Mr. Weldon-Diredor, Danny McCulloch, Jeannie Indolfi-Pianist, jan Cozad, Benet Higgs. SECOND ROW: Bernadette Boyle, Linda DeBusso, jim Kiiffner, George Liebau, Leon Lynch, Terry Goss, Nancy Knippenberg, Claudette Ward. CANTERBURY CLUB SEATED: Stevie Granicfan, P tPa S I F -, U . , Carol Seibel-f, Mr. Webiff, S7?A.Nll?lEGiC'Fdli1s?,Cii?DiBdI-goggle? President' Diane Suelm J f U , I I FILM CLUB L L L Ti A I QT ii If ell H L U u Y! ii L I I: E E f s 5 E 1 E 2 L H SEATED: Terry Grundy, Bill Mock, Kathy Graham-Secretary, Tom Johnson. STANDING: Frank Griese-President, Mrs. Helene Webner, Advisor, Quentin Griffey. ' SEATED FIRST ROW: Darlene Black, Leah Miller, Cathy Black SECOND ROW: Judy Walkley, Becky Yates. STANDING: Herb Henry ' 3I I! L, I 55 IL 1 5 ART AND POSTER CLUB I tg,-,.,-, r-1-fi,-,. . , Y,,4-Lx -AW, r . FRESHMAN ORIENTATION ' HW it M xt X "Dear, this is Randy Galliher. Mr. Galliher, this is my wife, Mrs. Brown." Really, Mr. Webner, We freshmen aren't as hopeless as we seem. lgifiodeling the latest at the Fashion E11i0YiU8 refreshments! V d OW prgentfid fo the UCW Students urrng orientation. CHOIR SINGS AT DEAN S RECEPTION 1 V Z 1 , f CHRISTMAS DANCE AT SHRINE CLUB a -2:53.14 1 ,-'11 -if. I ri 1 'WI 1 1 1 yi at r x i a! r i 4 3 r J ? I 1 5 7 x D f I A TIME Fon woRK - ExAMs Exams go better with Coke-a-Cola! Exams are a pain in the back! a ?I 1 2 . 1 2 L, aaaaaaaaa aa aaaaaa aa A VISIT FRCM A SENATOR as Senator Joseph Tydings www, 1 ,Wm Chuck Melting and Ron Cook report the news to WCUM radio 1, . 1, 'WWW Wamwwwm b an ou imagine me in Vietnam That was a great film he showed us, ut C Y ? 1 ,,.-.v.1 ff.-'wx-xv ff-:-W. --fi' 1' L . mmf-Q --'ff'-0 1.4514 Q, ' 3F 1 1 1 111 . 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 111 111 - 1 111 1.1 1 1 1 1 111 1-1 .514 L151 1 1 1 .31 1 41 1 11,11 111 1 E111 eg 1 1111 1 ,W 11 111 11: 111 1 E 1 1111 11111 1111 111 111 3111 11 311 1 1 111 31 1 1 1 111- 11 1 11 1 I V i 1 1,! 5 . 11 111 1 iii 1 11 1 1 11 -11 ,1 1x1 111 11 1 11 2111 2:1 11 I1 ,1g 1121 11: 111 11 11 ,',1 11 3 K 1 11 1 1 Q1 I' N-way' - f-1' 'gf-A - -Y --ff ,f x-,. Z, , ..-- HL, - . . 41 fr '1'..a4:-pl. -N . V. ,, ,gg-'x1j..q -71, ' - f.-1w'?fi5'l1-x1:A+4 .'- ' - 1 1 1 1 5 1155 H ?'Q 1 ,. 111 111 1 1 1 1:4 Y-'bpgggg -f' 11, 15,4 I, 4 3 w wi I 2 L f? n 3 1 L + I E "Looks like a tough game tonight? THE MANY PHASES or QOLLEGE LIFE ican sport of basketball Rajshree Kaushiva enioys the Amer- Judy and Teddy board the' bus for an away game, CLASSES Qhemistry is a very demanding sub- ject for here in lies the secrets of the inner react1ons of l1fe. English stimulates many fields- ampng these is the appreciation of music. 41 I N'- ,U 1 11 ll 1. 'K li fl ll is lj 6 E 1. 5, s EL Ei 1 i ki: Eg Et? If E13 Elf 1 11 ll ill 131 l l a Y 1 I 1 f A 1 l 1 ' l l 1 1 L 1 1 . . 1 1. , 1-- is I 1 1 1 l r I I I Q. FACULTY SUPPORTS TEAM fi M ,gp T ,, Z9 ' uf ov ff ,W , c a 'W ' 2 , 4 ia ff f ef , f, f, T if fwf . Not only do the students of Allegany Community College support the team, but the faculty is a cheerleading squad itself. The students and faculty have been behind the team all the way. Knowing that the team had this support, they were able to win many games and build-up the reputation of the school. Faculty, We thank-you for a job well done! GRADUATICN A time of solemn serenity-a time showing sacrifice, work, and a goal attained. It is graduation! This hand shake affirms peace between the people of a country and countries among the World. This peace is achieved through the auspices of a good foundation in education. A diploma given and a life dedicated to the cause of educating young minds and guiding their footsteps. Since 1961 the graduation ceremony has in- creased in quantity and quality. Allegany Community College has created the mood so students desire a continuation in the field of education. The students of ACC have the advantage of an enriching faculty ready to defend and direct us if we only accept this necessary guidance. YXl WHERE THE ACTION IS 5 in K V H ?, an w f yi u W' f f 5 if 5 3, fe as V iw, I v 4 M Ya, W Ish 1 J X if f' A Sv , 4 Ag ' J? Q- I g f fgl Q 6 I M 3' j 2 I l f ,f if'-'L' 'U w 1 L .1 '41 'N SA QA N Mix? is X N WT 'Sf ' , Ay, M. Mgr, f fiffx, fd ' A away! .xg-'MH' www? f g fy , X EQ I Wifi , zu X ? ,2 r X. .x - ...'..- ,ggi-'K' f I I - .I - BASKETBALL TEAM STANDING, left to right-Jim Harvey, managerg Butch Hare, Danny Keller, Marshall Coleman, H P l and Ronald Woods. KNEELING, Gary Innskeep, Ted Brant, john Irons, and Coaehes enry. au . same order-Bill Whiteman, Bob Marker, Bob Klmgler and jrm Smder. I I I I ' I -III I I I I . I I I I I I I , , 1 I I I i' I I , , . ' , I I I In I I . I I I I I I I , I I f Ie' ' EI ' I: I I If'I ll I I I I I, I I, I I I I I I I I I I I If I If I I I I I I I ,. E V I I I I, I' I I I I ,. I I ,Q .I THE COACHES h CHOOSE Fimg' Freshman Captain Butch Hare, Seeondg Bobby Marke Sophomore Thirdf jim Snider, Sophomore Fozzfftlag Gary Inskeep, Freshman Fiftlag Marshall Coleman, Sophomore Sixtloj Danny Keller, Freshman YEAR'S BEST PLAYERS CHEERLEADERS INSPIRE TEAM f. Wyyffy, ,W V, 2 if ,Q M"7,xh M, Se W f f' 2 ,, W7 I ff ? . ff C0-L'6Zlf7Z'di72,' Teddi Gray ...-f C'ap1fczin,' Judy Gibson FIGHT . . . 1 Q SCORE . . . Darlehe Black SHCOT . . . f f 7'M'4"'7?' f XWNW Q f f X f f f f f X 1 gj gi X 4 . ,, ,Q ff ' f X fm 'f,,Wf1f,ff,1 fm A ff 0 X , - f , WWW W ffwfwwwfm ' 5,4 f 7 ,,, MW 5 n mf- -... 2 if 411, af .' , 4, ,lin ff' L Z, , Io Ann Stewart I WIN! ACTION O.. SHOTS .nal xg. M. x -3' rv fy .,.,.e-in Q f ie 1. I 1 K -Q va an ... WA mag- f X 'S .J f 4 I . 5 4 Q 511 ,.,.' :Vi . wa-mn ,fzww , 4 X Q 5 if ' 3 ' ff fx 1 K " 1' ,' . x Q., ' vuqx 'if 4: 0 'IW' 035. .P so X R - on 1 f V , M ww fm .JV . ' W, 6 ' .- 1 .J , 0 .,-ef '5- r xi .X 5 si? x x Q Ul N - BASEBALL TEAM At the time of publishing this annual these boys had not yet been given a chance to prove themselves. But, we are quite sure that they have' done their very best to make their college proud of them in every game they've played. . I . KNEELING SEATED-John AdamS,iJ0hf1 Blank, Jim Snider' Bobby Rlchsfflssolgiiggleg Eziiwdifns. STAND- K . B b Ashb Tom Keyser, B111 Whiteman, , B n Tom Connor, Greg - eith Kennell, 3 B IJYM rker im Wilson Tony Foley, Rus row , ING-Coach Woo S 0 3 ' , J Shaffer, Welton Lane, Butch Hare' and Coach Paul' i. A 1- 1 X, ry A or, BY, AND FDR THE PEOPLE 1 I 099400 O 0202099 IXQQXZW f , ln, , W J, 7 fm I ,nf ' ,, X' W' Jn f f , f, ,X Wf ff! ' X zfzwf, , , , fu f f . f , 'ff , WW ' 1 f I 1 , ,Q an X W ,xv ,, ,, , ' , ,, , " f " Q! 7, , , X, M .4 f 1 Z ny? 7 f " "Q"1f5V,f H f ,, ,.,7,H,W 'Aw' ,, :A " ' ,Ayr ,7,,.,,fQ f f f 4 Ly " 'I f fn V X I ' 4,J'fWff " . 'fiff3'f1,r, J, , fy: 7 , f -4 21 wg ,L 'V V ' .ff ,' f ff ' - I , 17 W 'f ,fy y fifa ,cffmm 0 ,xy , y.,,'ff f ' ,,ff?44,:,,w ,,f,' , WfffW,ff2,, wfj25Z:'," f I :VM , 1, , 1 , J f, ,f ,, f, ,, f ,,,,ff,, AM V, ft 54ff,5'fQw1,,f ,J fan few 4' f M,qW3fgy, -V f Q M, .,.f,,. ?, , Nw, ,. .xv 7' . N 5' s x. . ,A -I . 4 , f-MQW. X X x ' ' , A GRADUATING SOPHOM oREs j r Willard .Abe 6 I4 W N v V N j Roger Bruner 54 Kenneth Bittner Emma Clarke . John Adams David Close Mari Frydinger W1ll1mn Dean Thomas Cumisky Stephanie Granigan It ..f..... ,- - W i I Franklin Greise David Harris Quentin Griffey John Hout joan Martin Hansrote x ' il , Susan Hovatter George Liebau Harriet Hungerford Mrs. Elaine Hughes i 1 i M, wr ,, , i. i5 1 U -1 5. Q 1 ,ff 511 ra li iv- m 1? iv I we 1, W ' if 1 if H Thomas Johnson in Linda Livengood Wayne Martin Madonna McDade Forrest Meeks Ronald Mortzfeldt -A S ix gxg 'f X RX Ina McCloud ' fi ,f X 7 a Xa, X f , NR X.. Charles Ruppert Dennis Smith Karen Rowan Robert Smith William Pritts Gary Shook Philip smith 40 Charles Sowers Diane Snelson Keith Thomas Rebecca Yates Iarnes Snyder .4-f'X'W'1 ' E :fr Hi RETURNING SOPHOMORES E 1 I all I W: I wi , Robert Adams jf Gary Athey V if Sammuel Berry Charles Bobo ' John Bohn ! 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