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moDODtnDton 1973 V The yearbook of Appalachian State University Volume 51 James Watts- Editor Ken Reece- Business Manager J V The story of Appalachian State University 1973 begins in the pages of this boo . Where the images of pictures and words end your memory begins Within your mind is the true recollection of 1973. Relish the taste of memories, let your mind wander, remember your important moments. Success, friendship, joy, hypocrisy, artificiality, pretense, good and bad combine to create true experience. Relive those experiences. The mind which searches the past reveals ones today and tomorrow, not simply the past. The how and why a person is, and what he shall be. to change to grow to be We are all in a transitory state of " be " ing Reflections of the past experience can not return us to our former selves, but it does serve to remind us why we are. Enjoy yourselves! f J Jim W, i y Editor 1 973 Rhododendron humccoming rdlly concvrts ' develapnuiiit ttty sl iitiun I ' if ' t rinns football cross country soccer basketball swimming gymnastics fencing riflery indoor tracl skiing wrestling women ' s sports field hockey basketball swimming gymnastics volleyball tennis golf track intramurals attiletic administration team pictures Administration College of Arts and Sciences biology chemistry english foreign languages geography geology history mathematics philosophy and religion physics political science psychology sociology and anthropology College of Business accounting business administration economics business education College of Education childhood education counselor education secondary education educational media College of Fine and Applied Arts art health, physical education and recreatioi home economics industrial arts military science music speech am waiting for my case to come up and I am waiting for a rebirth of wonder and I am waiting for someone to really discover America and wail and I am waiting for the discovery of a new symbolic western frontier and I am waiting for the American Eagle to really spread its wings and straighten up and fly right and I am waiting for tfie Age of Anxiety to drop dead and I am waiting for the war to be fought which will make the world safe for anarchy and I am waiting for the final withering away of all go vernments and I am perpetually awaiting a rebirth of wonder I am waiting for the Second Coming and I am waiting for a religious revival to sweep thru the state of Arizona and I am Waiting for the Grapes of Wrath to be stored and I am waiting for them to prove that God is really American 15 and I am seriously waiting for Billy Graham and Elvis Presley to exchange roles seriously and I am waiting to see God on television piped onto church altars if only they can find the right channel to tune in on and I am waiting for the Last Supper to be served again with a strange new appetizer and I am perpetually awaiting a rebirth of wonder I am waiting for my number to be called and I am waiting for the living end 20 i ::.. ' ' - j[ir«i ' f - and I am waiting for dad to come iiome his pocl ets full of irradiated silver dollars and I am waiting for the atomic tests to end and I am waiting happily for things to get much worse before they improve and I am waiting for the Salvation Army to take over and I am waiting for the human crowd to wander off a cliff somewhere clutching its atomic umbrella and I am waiting for the meek to be blessed and inherit the earth without taxes 23 ■ ■:■r : . 24 and I am waiting for forests and animals to reclaim the earth as theirs and I am waiting for a way to be devised to destroy all nationalisms without killing anybody and I am waiting for linnets and planets to fall like rain and I am waiting for lovers and weepers to lie down together again in a new rebirth of wonder I am waiting for the Great Divide to be crossed and I am anxiously waiting for the secret of eternal life to be discovered by an obscure general practitioner and save me forever from certain death and I am waiting for life to begin and I am waiting for the storms of life to be over and I am waiting to set sail for happiness and I am waiting for a reconstructed Mayflower to reach America with its picture story and tv rights sold in advance to the natives and I am waiting for the lost music to sound again in the Lost Continent in a new rebirth of wonder I am waiting for the day that maketh all things clear and I am waiting for Ole Man River to just stop rolling along past the country club and I am waiting for the deepest South to just stop Reconstructing itself in its own image li v and I am waiting for a sweet desegregated ctiariot to swing low and carry me bac to Ole Virginie and I am waiting for Ole Virginie to discover just why Darkies are born and I am waiting for God to lookout from Lookout Mountain and see the Ode to the Confederate Dead as a real farce and I am awaiting retribution to retransmit to me her total dream of innocence for wtiat America did to Tom Sawyer and I am perpetually awaiting a rebirth of wonder I am waiting for Tom Swift to grow up and I am waiting for the American Boy to take off Beauty ' s clothes and get on top of her and I am waiting for Alice in Wonderland and I am waiting for Cfiilde Roland to come to the final darkest tower and I am waiting for Aptirodite to grow live arms at a final disarmament conference in a new rebirtti of wonder I am waiting to get some intimations of immortality by recollecting my early childhood and I am waiting for some strains of unpremeditated art to shake my typewriter and I am waiting to write the great indelible poem and I am waiting for the last long careless rapture and I am perpetually waiting for the fleeing lovers on the Grecian Urn to catch each other up at last and embrace and I am awaiting perpetually and forever a renaissance of wonder v : : ' --S S zf 35 36 40 46 a 49 50 53 56 59 60 ■ ■ . 1 ■ B H B 1 c % RmI I H |v H H hI H Ehi H 1 Ikl- 1 HH H H v. 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LumbertCharlotte . . . Brown Summit . . . Raleigh . . . Vilas . . . Greensboro . . . Black Charlotte . . . Brown Summit . . . Raleigh . . . Vilas . . . Greensboro . . . Black Mountain . . . Monroe . Oxford . . . Valdese .... Jacksonville . . . Gastonia . . . Laurinburg . . . Nebo . . . Hickory . . . Roxboro . Gary . . . Graham . . . Tarboro . . . Sanford . . . Durham. . . . Asheboro . . . Waxhaw . . . Garner . . . Lenoir . Winston Salem . . . Greenville . . . Albemarle . . . Roanoke Rapids . . . Southern Pines . . . Tuquay Varina . Granite Falls . . . Lumberton . . . Taylorsville . . . Fayetville . . . Wilkesboro . . . Wilmington . . . Elkin , Kinston . . . Statesville . . . Morehead City . . . Banner Elk . . . Matthews . . . Beaufort . . . Reidsville . China Grove . . . Chapel Hill , . . Lillington . . . Kannapolis . . . North Wilkesboro . . . Asheville . Charlotte . . . Brown Summit . . . Raleigh . . . Vilas . . . Greensboro . . . Black Mountain . . . Monroe . Oxford . . . Valdese .... Jacksonville . . . Gastonia . . . Laurinburg . . . Nebo . . . Hickory . . . Roxboro . Gary . . . Graham . . . Tarboro . . . Sanford . . . Durham. . . . Asheboro . . . Waxhaw . . . Garner . . . Lenoir . Winston Salem . . . Greenville . . . Albemarle . . . Roanoke Rapids . . . Southern Pines . . . Tuquay Varina . Granite Falls . . . LumbertCharlotte . . Brown Summit . . . Raleigh . . . Vilas . . . Greensboro . . . Black Mountain . . . Monroe . . . Oxford . . . Valdese .... Jacksonville . . . Gastonia . . . Laurinburg . . . Nebo . Hickory . . . Roxboro . . . Gary . . . Graham . . . Tarboro . . . Sanford . . . Durham. . . . Asheboro . Waxhaw . . . Garner . . . Lenoir . . . Winston Salem . . . Greenville . . . Albemarle . . . Roanoke Rapids . Southern Pines . . . Tuquay Varina . . . Granite Falls . . . Lumbert n . . . Taylorsville . . . Fayetville . Wilkesboro . . . Wilmington . . . Elkin . . . Kinston . . . Statesville . . . Morehead Gity . . . Banner Elk . Matthews . . . Beaufort . . . Reidsville . . . China Grove . . . Chapel Hill . . . Lillington . . . Kannapolis . Charlotte . . . Brown Summit . . . Raleigh . . . Vilas . . . Greensboro . . . Black Mountain . . . Monroe . Oxford . . . Valdese .... Jacksonville . . . Gastonia . . . Laurinburg . . . Nebo . . . Hickory . . . Roxboro . Gary . . . Graham . . . Tarboro . . . Sanford . . . Durham. . . . Asheboro . . . Waxhaw . . . Garner . . . Lenoir . Winston Salem . . . Greenville . . . Albemarle . . . Roanoke Rapids . . . Southern Pines . . . Tuquay Varina . Granite Falls . . . Lumbert n . . . Taylorsville . . . Fayetville . . . Wilkesboro . . . Wilmington . . . Elkin . Kinston . . . Statesville . . . Morehead Gity . . . Banner Elk . . . Matthews . . . Beaufort . . . Reidsville . China Grove . . . Chapel Hill . . . Lillington . . . Kannapolis . . . North Wilkesboro . . . Asheville . Charlotte . . . Brown Summit . . . Raleigh . . . Vilas . . . Greensboro . . . Black Mountain . . . Monroe . Oxford . . Valdese .... Jacksonville . . . Gastonia . . . Laurinburg . . . Nebo . . . Hickory . . . Roxboro . Gary . . . Graham . . . Tarboro . . . Sanford . . . Durham. . . . Asheboro . . . Waxhaw . . . Garner . . . Lenoir . Winston Salem . . . Greenville . . . Albemarle . . . Roanoke Rapids . . . Southern Pines . . . Tuquay Varina . Granite Falls . . . Lumbert n . . . Taylorsville . . . Fayetville . . . Wilkesboro . . . Wilmington . . . Elkin . Kinston . . . Statesville . . . Morehead Gity . . . Banner Elk . . . Matthews . . . Beaufort . . . Reidsville . China Grove . . . Chapel Hill . . . Lillington . . . Kannapolis . . . North Wilkesboro . . . Asheville . Charlotte . . . Brown Summit . . . Raleigh . . . Vilas . . . Greensboro . . . Black Mountain . . . Monroe . Oxford . . . Valdese .... Jacksonville . . . Gastonia . . . Lauri nburg . . . Nebo . . . Hickory . . . Roxboro . Gary . . . Graham . . . Tarboro . . . Sanford . . . Durham. . . . Asheboro . . . Waxhaw . . . Garner . . . Lenoir . Winston Salem . . . Greenville . . . Albemarle . . . Roanoke Rapids . . . Southern Pines . . . Tuquay Varina . Granite Falls . . . Lumberton . . . Taylorsville . . . Fayetville . . . Wilkesboro . . . Wilmington . . . Elkin . Kinston . . . Statesville . . . Morehead City . . . Banner Elk . . . Matthews . . . Beaufort . . . Reidsville . China Grove . . . Chapel Hill . . . Lillington . . . Kannapolis . . . North Wilkesboro . . . Asheville . Charlotte . . . Brown Summit . . . Raleigh . . . Vilas . . . Greensboro . . . Black Mountain . . . Monroe . Oxford . . . Valdese .... Jacksonville . . . Gastonia . . . Laurinburg . . . Nebo . . . Hickory . . . Roxboro . Gary . . . Graham . . . Tarboro . . . Sanford . . . Durham. . . . Asheboro . . . Waxhaw . . . Garner . . . Lenoir . Winston Salem . . . Greenville . . . Albemarle . . . Roanoke Rapids . . . Southern Pines . . . Tuquay Varina . Granite Falls . . . Lumbert n . . . Taylorsville . . . Fayetville . . . Wilkesboro . . . Wilmington . . . Elkin . Kinston . . . Statesville . . . Morehead City . . . Banner Elk . . . Matthews . . . Beaufort . . . Reidsville . China Grove . . . Chapel Hill . . . Lillington . . . Kannapolis . . . North Wilkesboro . . . Asheville . Charlotte . . . Brown Summit . . . Raleigh . . . Vilas . . . Greensboro . . . Black Mountain . . . Monroe . Oxford . . . Valdese .... Jacksonville . . . Gastonia . . . Laurinburg . . . Nebo . . . Hickory . . . Roxboro . Gary . . . Graham . . . Tarboro . . . Sanford . . . Durham. . . . Asheboro . . . Waxhaw . . . Garner . . . Lenoir . Winston Salem . . . Greenville . . . Albemarle . . . Roanoke Rapids . . . Southern Pines . . . Tuquay Varina . Granite Falls . . . Lumberton . . . Taylorsville . . . Fayetville . . . Wilkesboro . . . Wilmington . . . Elkin . Kinston . . . Statesville . . . Morehead City . . . Banner Elk . . . Matthews . . . Beaufort . . . Reidsville . China Grove . . . Chapel Hill . . . Lillington . . . Kannapolis . . . North Wilkesboro . . . Asheville . Mountain . . . Monroe . . . Oxford . . . Valdese .... Jacksonville . . . Gastonia . . . Laurinburg . . . Nebo . Hickory . . Roxboro . . Gary . . . Graham . . . Tarboro . . . Sanford . . . Durham. . . . Asheboro . Waxhaw . . Garner . . . Lenoir . . . Winston Salem . . . Greenville . . . Albemarle . . . Roanoke Rapids . Southern Pines . . Tuquay Varina . . . Granite Falls . . . Lumberton . . . Taylorsville . . . Fayetville . Wilkesboro . . . Wilmington . . . Elkin . . . Kinston . . . Statesville . . . Morehead City . . . Banner Elk . Matthews . . . Beaufort . . . Reidsville . . . China Grove . . . Chapel Hill . . . Lillington . . . Kannapolis . Charlotte . . . Brown Summit . . . Raleigh . . . Vilas . . . Greensboro . . . Black Mountain . . . Monroe . Oxford . . . Valdese .... Jacksonville . . . Gastonia . . . Laurinburg . . . Nebo . . . Hickory . . . Roxboro . Gary . . . Graham . Tarboro . . . Sanford . . . Durham. . . . Asheboro . . Waxhaw Garner I pnnir UNIVERSITY MARCHING BAND " ... Now we proudly present - North Carolina ' s Band of Distinction! " And the strains of " Hi Hi Yikas " were heard as the 96-piece ASU Marching Band performed during the football season. These talented musicians certainly showed their pride in being a part of Appalachian State as they performed at pep rallies, every home game, and at three away games. The band began summer marching practice August 31 until the first day of fall classes. During this special session, veterans of the band oriented the freshman and other new band members. During fall quarter, rehearsals were four hours a week, but residents in nearby dorms around Conrad Stadium can testify to the fact that there were many Friday night and Saturday rehearsals as well. The band had only one week to prepare a new halftime show for each game, under the field direction of drum major John Alexamder. Mr. Joe " Coach " Phelps, the band director, worked out the shows given by the band. Louis Armstrong was the feature in one show, and the band made the formation of a trumpet, along with playing some familiar jazz tunes of Sachmo ' s time. They marched the Homecoming parade and performed. They also took part on R.O.T.C. Day and Band Day when bands from all over the state were presented at halftime. But the show they performed at the game with the University of South Carolina was perhaps the most exciting for the band. Doing a dance routing that won them a standing ovation from the great crowd, they performed without a flaw. Even South Carolina ' s 250-piece band could not match up to the marching Mountaineers ' brilliant manuvering and style. An exiting day for the marching band was when they went to Raleigh on January 5 of this year for the inaugural parade for North Carolina ' s new governor Jim Holshouser. Along with the end of football season came the end to another marching season, but not the end to Mountaineer band spirit and support. During the basketball season, the ASU Pep Band, decked out in flannel shirts and overalls, kept the spirits of the crowds in Varsity Gym rising. The pep band seemed to enjoy participating, and Miss Rosie Turner did a fine job of directing. The ASU Marching band and pep band are bands the students at this school ar proud of. They worked hard this year and have become one of North Carolina ' s best marching bands. It is no wonder this growing organization is called " North Carolina ' s Band of Distinction. " 130 Homecoming 134 135 I ' f 137 140 Bus Stop Butterflies Are Free 143 The Fantasticks 145 Ralph Nader James Dickey 148 John Sebastion 150 Cornelius Brothers and Sister Rose 156 159 ' Love is the true meaning of Christmas 162 ? ' ' fi8fc ' Wl (rfflf H| r 164 165 SNOW CARNIVAL OF THE SOUTH BEECH MOUNTAIN, N.C. 168 --Srsfc. ' Jim Watts- Editor Ken Reese- Business Manager iVlary Ramsey— Features Editor Carol Shannon— Sports Editor Margaret Hobbs- Academics Editor Woody Williams— Index Editor THE RHODODENDRON 175 ■ lfc The preceding six people, after much hard worl , are proud to present this nniracle- The Rhododendron 1973. 177 178 THE APPALACHIAN 182 rorqticT t 185 STUDENT JUDICIARY 186 187 3iKr 189 190 President - Doug Moore Vice-President ■ Doug Mabe Secretary - Nancy Thrasher Treasurer - Dwight Simmons George Lupton, Danny Caddell, Andy Pleasant, Mike Collins, Steve Wilson, Guy Cline, Johnny Ford, Frank Rudisill, Terry Pardew, Bill Wade, Gary Bray, Lanny Riddle, Gene Price, Charlie Beck, Melvin Fitzgerald, Jim Herman, Wilfred Bailey, Gary Grady, Woody Williams, James Whisnant, Phil Hager, Warren Teeter, Dave Gardner, David Stephens, Randy Smith, Brad Wilson, Russell Helms, David Goodnight, Ed Copeland, Not Pictured: Tim Biesecker, Robert Brown, Jack Fitts, Harry Hilewitz, Don Hinson, Jon Hoggard, Doug Little, David McKinney, Monte Modlin, Alan Nichols, Cliff Saylor, Ned Steadman, Tom Tudor, Roy White, David Wright. m D J U o IIJ h lU J J 194 ASU PRE-MEDICAL AND PRE-DENTAL 197 WESTMINISTER FELLOWSHIP Pi Kappa A Night of Boogie 200 202 HEART FUND DRIVE ccc Gamma Sigma Sigma Vernicians Capers I Pam Cordell I believe that each person who leaves Appalachian leaves something very worthwhile behind - friends, experiences or ideas. In return, we take much from our university - new knowledge and beliefs, friends we will never forget, experiences we will laugh over for years, and ideals that will never die. But most important, we gain a better understanding of people and their ideas. David Wright Being selected to Who ' s Who is the greatest honor I have received here at ASU. Now that my undergraduate years are over, the future becomes of upmost importance. What the future holds for my life is unclear to me at this time. I feel that I should let God guide me in the way that I should go. If my future was known, how miserable I would be today. Richard De Haan said, " One of the kindest things God ever did was to put a curtain over tomorrow, " Once I read a short poem by De Haan which explains how I feel about my future. I will not seek to know the future years Nor cloud today with dark tomorrow ' s fears. I will but ask clear light from Heaven to show How • step by step - my pilgrimage should go. Larry Pearson " It will be hard going away " . Sharon Farlo The thoughts that come to my mind were given to me by my mother when I first started college. " To live your life in the world you have to live will require faith and love and courage. Faith in yourself Love in your fellowman Courage to defend both of these. Then you can never be defeated in anything. " Wayne Fonvielle it was once said that " there are some things more painful than the truth, but I can ' t think of them. " After four years at this institution, I can ' t think of them either. Bill Teague My basic approach to life is learning adaptibility. If you take advantage of one opportunity, you open doors for others to come along. Pretty soon, because you happened on the right opportunity, two or three others are opened to you. . . you ' re able to choose. I ' ve been somewhat unethical, in the way I ' ve taken advantage of events, as far as conventional outlooks go. It ' s sort of a " Robin Hood " approach to life: taking from those who • don ' t need. ..giving to those who do. As far as this University goes, I would hope that students become more aware of their surroundings. The majority of students at Appalachian aren ' t affected by the world outside them. If their attitudes and awareness were to change, perhaps the University itself would be more free. I want to go into theatre because it ' s an excape...a creative outlet. Comedy, especially, is a medium in which people can escape for one or two hours. If we can learn to laugh at ourselves, the goal of comedy is achieved. The idea of teaching challenges me. If I can teach one person-really teach him — the whole effort will be worthwhile. learn to love soft into hard love to learn be soft you be you Jim Watts Phil Chisholm To me, who Appalachian State University is has far more importance than what Appalachian State University is. Ten years from now the people I met at ASU will stick in my mind more than the institution itself. Because, in four years at Appalachian State University I have gained a number of friends who can still be called friends in twenty years. In four years at Appalachian I have discovered a little more about myself. In four years at Appalachian I have found LOVE! What more can any University offer? Patsy Dull Here we are, the class of 1973, at the end of four trying, but fun filled years. Everyone ' s experiences have been different. But, if time could stand still for a few moments and we could look back, what would we recall. Would it be the endless hours spent studying or worrying about grades, or the time spent rapping with friends, who have helped us endure the journey? Maybe we would relive the total experience of college life- the good times and the bad. Since time can ' t stand still, however, we all must move on-each to his own kind of life-only to take with us the magic of memory. Arnold Loveii . ' h . ftS w I could say all kinds of witty and quaint things about the past four years at Appalachian if I wanted to but I feel looking ahead is a lot more valuable. Whether I get in law school or teach school or whatever, I ' ve got an education which nobody can take away from me, some great friends and a lot of tremendous fraternity brothers. I guess that would be my most rewarding experience, helping to bring fraternities, expecially Tau Kappa Epsilon to Appalachian. Bobbie Stephens Every student seeking a teaching certificate is confronted with a trying experience, namely student teaching. Additional to the actual instruction and planning responsibilities, the student is faced with the burden of acquiring a residence in a minimal length of time. J l - Realizing that the student teaching experience is to encompass all aspects of the educational profession, the student, nevertheless, feels that the University should participate actively in assisting with housing accomodations. Assistance should include such things as; short-term leases, utility deposits, appropriate locations, and transportation availabilities. It appears that a suitable rapport between the University and local realators should be established to alleviate unnecessary expenditures. With these factors removed, the student may then devote the entire period to his principal duties. Margaret Cecil While doing some assigned reading in higfi school, I came across the following stanzas which summarize my feelings toward life: f 1 The world stands out on either side No wider than the heart is wide; Above the world is stretched the sky,- No higher than the soul is high. The heart can push the sea and land Farther away on either hand. . . . But East and West will pinch the heart That cannot keep them pushed apart: And he whose soul is flat- the sky Will cave in on him by and by. from " Renascence " by Edna St. Vincent Millay During the last four years at Appalachian I have seen many needed changes. To me these changes represent progress. Students are the vital key to this progress. They can retard or spur changes through their determination to have a voice in the changes that affect their life on this campus. The only method of converting this determination into constructive action is through participation. Therefore, I would like to encourage every student at Appalachian to become involved in activities that will further his her future and the future of the University. Help make Appalachian a place you will be proud of attending. Randy Smith Ruth Furches First off, thanks to Auggie B. and Shorty because they have made the whole deal possible. The statement that I want associated with me would have to be that one thing that I learned that is true in all things - " Caring makes all the difference. " Sara (Chuck) Yount was am came saw I lived died ever more shall be? conquered? alone? The masquerade is over or beginning? Randall Thomas Plato once said " improvement comes through calamity. " The calamity I speak of is that of our health. God has given most of us the gift of good health. Why are we so determined to destroy this health? We wrek our physical environment. We make every effort to ruin our health through the abuse or tolerance of non-prescription drugs, smoke (tobacco, grass, campfires), chemical additives in our food and drinks, alcohol (just another chemical), what we eat and how much, our lack of physical exercise, and many other things. We may never realize our negligence until we develop an incurable disease or have a child born less than perfect. It is really something to think about. If we think logically and look ahead we can prove Plato wrong. Improvement can occur without calamity. Dwight Simmons ' Real happiness comes not from ease or riches or from the praise of men, but from doing something worthwhile. ' Wilfred T. Frenfull ' I have held many things in my hands and I have lost them all; but whatever I have placed in God ' s hands; that I still possess. ' Martin Luther Ken Reece In Retrospect to the events of the last four years I would say my experiences might be expressed by the concept of Appalachian State University being a catalyst for development. The student development seen at Appalachian has taken the form of various innovations such as internship programs, independent and individual studies and new techniques for inclass experiences. Through these means this individual has become more aware of his strength ' s and capabilities as a person. It has further meant the acceptance of personal limitation and weakness. Thus the awareness developed through these concepts by this individual will aide in the fulfillment of his career aspirations. Rick Ghoens Appalachian State University has made a step in the direction of providing avenues to break away from the boredom and create the desire to learn. The University has provided educational opportunities outside the classroom where an individual could initiate his own projects which an individual feels will help him in meeting his future goals. These projects help him in meeting his future goals. These projects help the student put the material learned from a classroom into operation, learn to work with people. solve problems and develop skills. One such university organization which provides for the opportunity to gain valuable knowledge and experience without the classroom surrounding is the Internship Department Directed by Dr. Mott Williamson. Even though Appalachian has moved toward the improvement of our educational system, there are many unnecessary requirements which we still have to fulfill. These unnecessary requirements waste time which could be used to improve your knowledge in either your major or other areas a person may desire to take. Terry Pardew With graduation ahead and four years behind me, I stop to think of the great amount of knowledge I have paid to acquire. I ' m searching for it but I can ' t find where I placed it. The only thing I have to show for my labors are my memories. Memories of working with Photography Services, Student Government, the Rhododendron, Bowie Hall, Soccer, and the Collegiate Civic Club. I have enjoyed working with these organizations, even when success has had its failures. If I could do it over, I ' d get just as involved because this is where I got the foundation of my education. Take my advice, if your given the chance to get involved, grab that chance and run with it. Run hard hurdle high, never taking your eyes off the course. If you look to the side, you ' ll fall and there will be someone waiting to announce your failure. But don ' t quit, everyone must run the race to the finish but no one runs a perfect race. Marie Arrowood Being named to represent Appalachian State University in the 1973 Who ' s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges is a great honor to me. But I will always have other, even greater memories of my past four years in Boone. For instance, this is the land of a free and loving spirit where I have learned the values of mixing joy with sorrow and peace with pain. Above all, I have learned to respect man ' s individuality. And this knowledge has not come from a textbook or a lecture, but it has come from experiences like my internship at Watauga High School. This is the knowledge of life. Doug Moore To my Folks, Thanks for your love, help, and sacrifices; i may never be able to return as much but I will try. To my University, I wish that you could have believed that I only wanted the best for you. I don ' t believe that you really understood that or me. I wish it could have all been different in many ways. But, damn it, it wasn ' t. John W. Gardner once said ' It is a sin to let any substantial portion of students ■ average or brilliant - drift through college without effort, without growrth and without a goal. ' That is the real scandal here. Jack Henson Criticism is passed on to others usually more often than it is ever desired. I suppose that criticism naturally comes to those who act in ways that affect other people. The man who was never criticized probably was the man who never did anything. Robert Kennedy once pointed out: ' Moral courage is a rarer commodity than bravery in battle or great intelligence. Few are willing to brave the disapproval of their colleagues, the wrath of their society. ' Many people, regardless of their convictions, are too often afraid to act because they fear the criticism or censure of their colleagues. Many also succomb to the temptation of the easy familiar paths of personal ambition and financial success. All of us usually find ourselves at some point when we lack the courage to speak up and say what we mean, and then mean what we say. Too often we are guided by our anxieties, fears, and other hang-ups rather than being guided by our moral courage and conscience. Man becomes his own worst enemy when he lets fear and timidity guide his actions. The only man who knows victory is the man who is willing to risk defeat. There is some good advice and maybe even consolation for some in the following statements: ' I never gave anybody hell. I just told the truth, and they though it was hell. ' Harry S. Truman ' Nothing comes from nothing, and nothing ever will. ' ' The Sound of Hammerstein. lusic ' , Rogers and Randy Sain I would like to share my Who ' s Who Award with the following students who I feel are Who ' s Who at Appalachian. I have several other awards I would like to present: (all in fun, of course). The Weary Traveler Award to Dr. Herbert Way for traveling near and far to spread the good word of Appalachian State University The Innovation And Change Award to all education instructors who have such a relevant program. The $1.50 Heartburn And Indigestion Award to Mr. John Welborn who accidentially ate in the ASU cafeteria. The Jack Anderson Award to the College Democrat Club for their research on the Food Service Scandal. The Doug Moore Award to all ASU students who ignore Dr. Wey. The Randy Sain Award to all students who feel that four years college education is a waste but enjoy every minute of college life. ASU is definitely not a Harvard or Yale in reputation, but the type of undergraduate education obtainable at ASU is comparable to many large universities. Some departments here have gained much recognition for their graduates. In relation to the amount of capital received by an institution, ASU has done more toward education than most schools in this state. This can be attributed to the general atmosphere and setting around ASU which has attracted many dedicated professors. The students have also played a large role in ASU ' s present standing as a social and educational institution. So, Keep It going! Tonn Capps I i Wayne Foscue Doug Mabe When I left home four years ago, my father was a fool. Today I return home shocked at how much he has learned In only four short years. Degree in hand, I leave here and only yesterday realized how grossly uneducated I really am. It took four years to reach that realization, and it will take a lifetime to make up for it. Hopefully, somewhere along the way I learned more than just how to make a living. Hopefully I learned how to live. I have come and gone and nobody really noticed--but such is life. This is the way it all begins - not with a splash but a ripple. Mike Aiken Everyone wants to be a success in life. It is my opinion that a person who wants to succeed in life must avoid apathy and be willing to sacrifice his own free time to help other people. He must learn to benefit from not only his mistakes but also from the mistakes of others. He must learn to make quick and life-long friendships. He must never quit in his efforts to achieve his established goals. In other words, a successful person must develop an optimistic, enthusiastic and jovial attitude toward life. Bob Conley These are some of the people who are " Who ' s Who ' in our lives. With graditude we dedicate this small portion of the 1973 Rhododendron to you, our friends. Chris Horky Appalachian has opened many doors of experiences for me. These experiences, though, are just the beginning of what is to be expected in the future. Some words from St. Francis of Assisi have become very important to me, and will remind me of what I have learned at Appalachian. ' 0, Divine Master, grant that I may not so much seek to be consoledas to console; To be understood as to understand; To be loved as to love; For it is in giving that we receive; It is in pardoning that we pardon; It is dying that we are born to eternal life. ' 218 Spectator (spek ta tar), n. 1. a person who looks on; onlooker; observer. 2. a person who is present at and views a spectacle, display, or the like. 219 They praise and they criticize. They love and they hate. Most of the time they know more than the coach, and are always able to execute a particular play better than the athletes themselves. There is a driving desire to be associated with a team, sharing the elation over a victory and suffering the disappointment that comes with a defeat. As a result, fans flock to the stadiums and gymnasiums by the hundreds, eagerly anticipating an exciting and emotionally draining game. Appalachian fans rant and rave to each other while the Apps are on the road, but, when the Mountaineers return to Conrad Stadium or Varsity gym the people pack the arena and welcome " their " team home as conquering heroes. Through both the good and bad times there are always spectators present, creating an influential atmosphere which affects the performance of the individual player and team. Here at Appalachian, the fans are rarely silent and all of the commotion at games has a definite effect, according to both coaches and players. How much of an effect depends upon the individual. Ron Reynolds, All Southern Conference defensive tackle, said he liked his crowds " big and rowdy. " " It did not really matter whether the crowd was for or against you as long as it was big and made a lot of noise. " Noise was exactly what Ron had this fall. Take 5,000 emotional fans, a spirited marching band, excited cheerleaders, a devoted team and staff, and the result - one gigantic pandemonium, a state of confusion that everyone found strangely satisfying. Even though all of ths commotion was taking place some players were not consciously aware of the crowd ' s presence. The only time Greg Clark ever heard the crowd was after he kicked the football, then he could hear the cheers - or groans, letting him know whether or not he made the extra point. 220 From a coach ' s point of view, the spectator ' s presence largely influenced the player ' s performance. None of Press IVlaravitch ' s players had ever performed before a crowd as vocal as the one present at the North Carolina State game last November. " I called this player up to go into the game, " Maravich said. " I grabbed his arm and it was cold, as if he were dead. I looked at him and he was as white as a sheet. " But, of course there is always the other side of the story. The home crowds were often crucial factors in the Mountaineer ' s victories, especially the victory over Richmond early in the season. John Rutt, a senior forward, was in agreement with his coach when he commented that the home crowd always helped - not only offensively but also defensively. " When you were on a scoring spree you could hear the crowd yelling and everything was going right. The shots just kept falling! " Wrestling presented a slightly different story, since it was an individual sport. The spectator ' s reactions varied as each grappler took on his opponent. With a shorter time limit than most other sports, the tension and emotion quickly built to a peak, only to be released by continuous encouragement and " advice " by the attentive spectator. As Chris Jacobsen put it, " It really helped get you psyched up to have the crowd yell for you. " " Sideline sports " in themselves can be extremely violent and aggressive in nature, as was sometimes shown by both players and spectators. Indeed, many fans have reacted violently to poor performances by their team. In Latin American countries revolutions have occurred because of poorly played soccer games. But, luckily for us, here at Appalachian, we have never had to face such an extreme situation. Not to say that we have not shown spirit ■ cups on the gym floor, smoke bombs and bottles on the football field, a " small amount " of profane language by overly excited students, and of course chants like • " Elevator, elevator we got shaft! " - were only small examples of the fams ' enthusiams this past year at ASU. As long as there have been sports events, and as long as man has competed against man, spectators have been on hand to voice their approval or disapproval, either alone or in a crowd. 224 i J Football 232 . •« 234 ■ . ■ ' . - ' 7 ' :. ' • f V3r 236 -T w.. 1 Dedication . . . drive . . . enthusiasm . . . over 300 miles of running . . . the perfect ingredients needed to capture the Southern Conference Championship and the Southern Conference IVIost Valuable Player title. ' ifniif : t JS ii A new season, new conference, new coach all contributed to the joys and disappointments of the 1972-73 basketball team ... a year where Press Maravich probably faced his biggest challenge ... a year of close wins and close losses. 245 246 Epee squad . . . Sabre squad . . Foil squad . . . FENCING 248 Track being brought indoors ... a new aspect in sports that attracted curious onlookers and proved itself to be successful. INDOOR TRACK 251 252 2iB r A brand new team ... a first in the history of ASU . . . a team that began its own history with a winning season. MARKSMANSHIP SNOW! , 1 Jj l Ik y M . ' l r yi — -»- - »- — — -— " " - ' SKIING 254 SWIMMING Though lack of " depth " on the team presented a problem, it did not stop these men or lessen their spirits. Aided by the divers they completed the season with a 6-7 record. 258 260 WRESTLING 261 With winter came wrestling and once again excitement and tense moments captivated everyone present, as the grapplers displayed their strength, agility and emotions. 262 ' ifMV i • - , ( - 264 265 ' ,» ?Mt- Wf ? jf -5 fira»?i . C:w«l 268 Spring , c 5M£ c:■ V:1 ' " 269 Spring . TENNIS Spring , Spring , V y OUTDOOR ■.; miifi These Lady Apps proved themselves successful this season, after long hours of practice and stiff competition, by having seven women selected for the All-Deep South Team. FIELD HOCKEY ! Volleyball ■ one of the few varsity sports in which ASU men can not compete In intercollegiately. . . a game of alertness and sharing. 278 Women ' s sports at ASU have been growing steadily and the 1972-73 Basketball team was no exception. These Lady Apps made quite a showing this year, finalized by a winning season. 0) h z x ' 4 f aBH . 282 Courage . . . Self-discipline . Trust . . . Self-expression 284 The women swimmers worked diligently all season, both in the pool and out, as a team and individually, offering their services as timers and scorekeepers whenever they were not swimming themselves. Spring . ■ .1SM: ' ■. ' ■% ' v ,; ' ' ■ 7 ' ' 4miit Pj iLllig ' ; ■ r ' " ' " - ' - ' - ' ' ' - ' ' ' ' . iL- ' lilLi .,..-:.. Spring . 288 LADY GOLFERS " ■•fiim " - ■.-r - -- J-. " 5 ' „ • if- f. - " 289 INTRAMURALS flag football . . . volleyball . . . cross country . . . basketball . . wrestling . . . handball . . . squash . . . paddleball . . . swimming . . track field . . . Softball . . . horseshoes. . . soccer . . . coed volleyball . . co-ed badminton . . . badminton . . . tennis . . . marksmanship . . " run for the turkey " 290 291 From spectator to participant . . . This is the goal of the newly structured intramural department headed by Dr. Wayne Edwards. The program has grown tremendously this year, involving several thousand students in nineteen different sports. New opportunities have opened for both men and women to experience the feelings of active participation in addition to observing. Through friendly rivalry of the teams, spirit and unity have been revived on the ASU campus. 292 INTRAMURALS-MEN Faculty Staff 1st Jim Deni 7. Watauga D. C. 8. Gardner Ducks 1 6 7 Flag Football 2nd Purrington 3rd Leon Lewis Northwest League Residence Hall Division 4th Don Stillwell 1. Eggers Hawks 6 National League W L 2. Bowie Schlitz-Boys 5 1 4 2 3. Watauga Warthogs 4. Bowie Bombers 3 3 Bowie Bears 6 Basketball 5. Eggers 7th 2 4 Justice Jocks 4 2 6. Justice Dopes 1 5 Eggers Hogs 3 3 Indep. Div. WL 7. Coltrane Smokers 6 Eggers Hawks 3 3 Gardner Barons 3 3 Eastern League Southwest League Watauga No. 1 15 Bowie Schlitz - Boys 1 5 1. Rookies 6 1. The Dogs (tied) 7 1 2. H T Chair Co 4 2 2. Bowie Alcoholics (tied) 6 2 American League W L 3. Patriots 4 2 3. Bowie Black Wave 4 3 4. Outsiders 3 3 4. Bowie Bruins 4 3 Russo ' s Raiders 7 5. Skin of the Teeth 2 4 5. Justice Dummies 4 3 Justice Jerks 5 2 6. The Raiders 6 6. Coltrane Cogs 3 4 Bowie Alcoholics 5 2 7. Justice Jocks 1 6 Justice III 3 4 Western League 8. Eggers Tar Heels 7 Gardner Dudes 3 4 Eggers Razorbacks 1 6 1. The Little Bo ' s 6 Southeast League Coltrane 1 6 2. The Hookshots 5 1 Watauga No. 2 16 3. Roy ' s Boys 3 3 1. Justice Cagers 7 4. Zoo Crew 3 3 2. Gardner Spartans 6 1 Club Division W L 5. Cougers 3 3 3. Coltrane Spikers 4 3 6. Dudley Doolittles 1 5 4. Bowie Dolphins 4 3 Pi Kappa Phi 7. Hawks 6 5. Eggers Little Leagers 4 4 Alpha Phi Omega 6 4 6. Bowie Bucks 2 5 CCC Blue Chips 5 4 Southern League 7. Eggers TA 1 6 Tau Epsilon Kappa 5 5 8. Watauga No. 2 8 ROTC 2 2 1. Tar Heels 6 Pi Kappa 1 9 2. Straw Dogs 3. Suds 5 1 3 3 Club Division Independent Division W L 4. Partly-on-Time 5. Phelps-Court-King 3 3 2 4 American League Mary Jane ' s Children 9 6. Hot Dogs 2 4 I.Pi Kappa Phi " B " 8 1 Patriots 8 1 7. Carolina All-Stars 6 2. APO Gold 7 2 Aristocrats 6 3 3. Circle K. Kougars 6 2 Hawks 5 4 Northern League 4. Kappa Sigma 5 3 Outsiders 5 4 5. ROTC No. 2 4 4 Mod Squad 5 4 1. New News 7 6. Teke Aces 4 4 Goldbricks 4 5 2. Mr. Bad ' s Baddest 6 1 7. BSU 2 6 The Greenhouse 2 7 3. D-9 5 2 8. Pi Kappa Blue 1 7 Laurinburgh Allstars 1 8 4. Tuttles Turtles 4 3 9. Teke Jokers 8 Kilpatrick ' s Killers 9 5. The Poltergeists 3 4 6. Boone Bombers 2 5 National League Pi Kappa Phi vs. Bowie Bears 7. Globe Trippers 1 6 8. Shaft 6 1. Pi Kappa Phi Superstars 2. Pi Kappa Red 7 6 1 Residence Hall Div. 3. ROTC No. 1 5 2 " Run for the Turkey " 4. Pi Kappa Phi Hatchets 4 3 1. Co-Train Express 7 5. Veterans Club 3 4 Graduate Undergraduate Men 2. Eggers No-Counts 6 1 6. CCC 2 5 3. Bowie Bullets 5 2 7. Teke Kings 8. Ecology Club 1 6 1st Gales Scroggs III 2nd Randall Thomas 4. Coltrane Playboys 5. Justice Jayhawks 4 3 3 4 7 3rd Dare Heuver 4 til Ed Williams 6. Bowie Trailblazers 1 6 —— 1 Volleyball Basketball Paddleball Independant Division W L National League WL National League W L Iron Butterfly 3 1 . Pop Top 6 2 Mod Squad 3 1 2. Hot Shots 8 1. Janet Fitch 13 Mary Jane ' s Children 2 1 3. Avengers 6 3 2. Michele Antosek 12 Partly-on-Time 2 2 4. Glad Grads 7 1 3. Carol Inman 6 Patriots II 1 2 5. Justice Jocketts 4 4 4. Byon Morrisey 1 H T Chair Company 4 6. Capers 1 7 5. Adelaide Verble 1 7. Watauga No. 2 2 6 6. Sheila Carnes 9 Residence Hall Division American League WL Justice Jocks 4 Bow ie Brats 3 1 l.LPD ' s 6 1 American League Bowie Alcoholics 2 1 2. Rasino ' s Raiders 6 1 Bowie Bears 2 2 3. Hoey Hotshots 4 3 1. Jane Barrier 21 Gardner Rebels 2 2 4. East Demons 6 1 2. Debbie Hunter 18 Bowie Schlitz Boys 2 3 5. Gamma Sigs 7 3. Shirley Ray 13 Coltrane 1 3 6. Basket Weavers 1 6 4. Jan Thomas 3 7. Nev land Nine 3 4 5. Sally Addis 14 Iron Butterfly vs Teke 2 8. Watauga No. 1 7 6. Sherri Baker 6 Club Division American League W L Hot Shots vs Glad Grads Janet Fitch vs Michele Antoseck 1 Volleyball Teke 2 3 Flagfootball Teke III 3 National League W L CCC Blues 3 1 National League WL Pi Kappa Phi 3 1 1, Gamma Give Mes 5 10 Veterans Club II 1 4 1. Glad Grads 3 2. Golden Spikers 10 5 Phi Beta Lambda 1 4 2. Newland 2 1 3. Justice No. 2 3 12 Pi Kappa 1 5 3. Lovebirds 1 2 4. Oles Roadrunners 8 7 4. Bomers 3 5. Eastie Beasties 5 10 National League American League WL 6. Little People Drinkers 14 1 Teke 1 4 American League W L ROTC 3 1. Avengers 3 Veterans Club 1 3 2 2. Grounders 2 1 1. BSU 14 4 ASU Track 2 1 3. Justice 1 2 2. East Demons 10 8 APO Blue 1 2 4. Lovilites 3 3. Glad Grads 12 6 CCC Red 1 3 4. Justice 1 18 International League WL 5. Avenger 16 2 18 3 15 L Raiders 3 6. Grounders 7. Newland Group Handball Doubles 2. Demons 1 2 3. Gamma Sigs 1 2 Avengers vs Little People Drinker: John Williams Murry Bro ome 4. Jockettes Rasino ' s Raiders 1 2 Badminton INTRAMURALS • WOMEN Doubles Mary Ann Maas " Run for the Turkey " INTRAMURAL SCOREBOARD | Singles Melinda Smith Lynn Hanraham ATHLETIC COUNCIL Mr. Clarence Gilstrap Chairman Mr. Roy Clogston Dr. Francis Hoover Mr. Jim Jones Mr. Ned Trivette Mr. Bob Allen Dr. Lawrence Horine Mr. Jim Watts Dr. Alvin Hooks Miss Francis Gunning Dr. Bob Randall Mr. Donald Russo Dr. Boyd Dowell Mr. B. R. Martin BASEBALL 1973 SCHEDULE Erskine College (Ex.) Jacksonville State University Shorter College Clemson Milhgan Davidson Citadel East Tennessee Carson-Newman Furman ECU Carson-Newman VMI Furman East Tennessee Wm. and Mary VMI University of South Carolina East Tennessee Richmond WCU Davidson Milligan WCU Coach - Dr. Frank Lovrich Captain - P. Barnhardt 298 1st Row; K. Morris, B. Weir; 2nd Row: J. Timmons, F. Dziadul, M. Clark, J. Monczynski, J. Milner, P. Barnhardt, M. White, J. Blankenship, T. Parker; 3rd Row: C. Miller, F. Whitt, J. Thompkins, S. Anspawgh. M. Pardue. D. Williams, 8. Greene, L. Brockmeier, R. Williams. M. Ramsey, E. Crocker, M. Dean, F. Lovrich JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL 1972-73 RESULTS ASU 67 Lees McRae 75 ASU 78 Isothermal 84 ASU 61 Montreal-Anderson 66 ASU 76 Lees McRae 91 ASU 87 East Tennessee 89 ASU 87 WCU 93 ASU 76 Wilkes CC 62 ASU 84 Mitchell 86 ASU 95 Surry CC 114 ASU 68 East Tennessee 72 ASU 79 Wilkes CC 61 ASU 80 WCU 85 Coach - Mr. Robbie Hicklin Coca plains •P Dal mas, K. Boone 1st. Row; K. Boone, T. Turner, K. Baughman, K. Linens. 2nd Row: R. Hicklin, G. Holmes, K. Clayton, T. Huskey. VARSITY BASKETBALL 1972-73 RESULTS ASU 53 NCSU 130 ASU 58 Virginia Tech 99 ASU 55 Pembroke 80 ASU 67 Richmond 65 ASU 69 ECU 84 ASU 71 Wm. and Mary 73 ASU SO Furman 96 ASU 84 American 98 ASU 77 Delaware 89 ASU 71 ETSU 73 ASU 88 WCU 98 ASU 68 VMI 82 ASU 78 The Citadel 75 ASU 94 Georgia Southern 90 ASU 83 Furman 103 ASU 90 UNC-A 87 ASU 74 Lenoir Rhyne 96 ASU 69 Richmond 111 ASU 77 UNC-C 75 ASU 87 ETSU 105 ASU 88 ECU 79 ASU 81 Davidson 108 ASU 78 Lenoir Rhyne 84 ASU 69 The Citadel 87 ASU 74 WCU 77 ASU 68 Furman 101 CoacI -M . Press Marauich Co-Ce plains- E. Hill, B. Tate 1st. Row: J. Barnes, S. Dauis, C. Barnes, E. Kan Milosovich B. Tate. 2nd Row: L. Dudas, E. Hill, K. Baughman, J. Run, J. Lane, J. Vukasovich, D. 299 WOMEN ' S BASKETBALL 1972 73 RESULTS wcu 29 Asheville 9 UNC-C 61 Mars Hill 39 Elon 55 High Point 39 UNCG 49 High Point 29 WCU 50 ETSU 42 U. of Tenn. 55 WCU 55 Wake Forest -52 Meredith 44 Coach - Dr. Judith Clarke Co-captains - A. Coffey, J. Markland Manager - N. Seeker 1st Row: A. Coffey. J. Markland; 2nd Row: J. Cox. 8. Williams, L. Kearney, F. Allen, M. Moore, F. Gunning. D. Waters, J. Clarke D. Sexton, B. Summitt, C. Propst, D. Wynne, 3rd Row: N. Beeker, JUNIOR VARSITY CHEERLEADERS 1st Row; B. Sherrill R. Sale J. Dixon 2nd Row: L. McLean G. Richards Chief - T. Duncan T. Warren B. Davis K. Davis D. Burnside R. Benson 300 VARSITY CHEERLEADERS 1st Row: J. Herman B. Bryant Chief - D. Mundy T. Cook D. Little 2nd Row: A. Gaylor C. Holloway R. Benbow S. Glasson W. Bryant CROSSCOUNTRY 1972 RESULTS ASU 33 WCU 24 ASU 48 ETU 15 ASU 32 Wake Forest 23 Southern Conference Meet - 7th place ASU 22 Davidson I ASU 90 ' itational Dauidson - 97 Pembroke - 30 Highpoint • 65 Wake Forest • 65 Citadel - 33 1st Row: M. Costin, R. Clark, Wl. Deal; 2nd Row: W. Brooks, S. Wicker. 3rd Row: E. Sizemore, A. Andrews, D. Bailey 301 FENCING 1972-73 RESULTS ASU 12 Wm. and Mary - ASU 12 Vanderbilt - ASU 10 NCSU ASU 21 Clemson - ASU 19 Tennessee ASU 23 VMI ASU 14 Vanderbilt ASU 5 Duke ASU 7 UNC ASU 12 Tennessee Coach - Dr. Reginald Weber Captain - D. Jurney 1st. Row: D. Jones, S. Scroggs, D. Hayden, D. Jurney. 2nd Row: R. Weber, J. Rogers, A. Keith, W. White, Ba. James. FIELD HOCKEY 1972 RESULTS ASU -4 Winthrop 1 ASU 1 UNC-G 1 ASU 6 Wake Forest 1 ASU 2 Catawba 1 ASU 3 Coker ASU 1 High Point ASU Madison 2 ASU 1 Wm. and Mary 1 ASU 2 Bridgewater ASU 1 Catawba 2 ASU UNCG ASU Catawba ASU 3 High Point ASU 3 Coker Coach - Miss Viola Clark Co-Ca plains - N. Indriso, D. Morrey 302 1st. Row: L. Fesperman, M. Kresge; 2nd Row: A. Verble, F. Gunning, L. Kearney, J. Sutton, N. Schnepf, D. Crisp, P. Arnette, 3rd Ro Thomas, S. Salyer, V. Wjikins, J. Berrier, A. Stafford, P. Pennell, P. Dunn, T. Jones; 4th Row: V. Clark, J. Kirby, B. Morrisey, A. Fe Zipf, N. Indriso, D. Morey, N. Thrasher, L. Fuller, P. Hart JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL 1972 RESULTS ASU 10 South Carolina-48 ASU 8 Davidson - ASU 9 Ferrum - 32 ASU 9 Lees McRae - 6 ASU 13 Furman - 7 Coach - Mr Mike Martin VARSITY FOOTBALL 1972 RESULTS ASU 7 Western Kentucky 6 ASU 21 The Citadel 28 ASU 7 East Carolina 35 ASU 17 Furman 20 ASU 10 Davidson 10 ASU 7 South Carolina 41 ASU 35 East Tennessee 34 ASU 17 Florence State 3 ASU 55 Eastern Kentucky 7 ASU Coach 21 -Mr Jim Brakefield Western Carolina 35 1st. Row: T. Norton, 8. King, R. Merritt, D. Kissam, G. Myers; 2nd Row: J. Marlow, M. Megrey, R. Batts, M. Monger, N. Kennedy. T. Turner, C. Sessoms, B. Ward; 3rd Row: S. Myers, J. Potts, R. Heil, J. Igleheart, A. Thomas, J. Trigg, R. Squires, W. Fench 4th Row: H. Warren, R. Brown, G. Foxx, J. Blair, D. Totherow, D. Buck, 8. Medlin, R. Hornsby, T. Husky, D. Alford; 5th Row: J. Lloyd, J. Sparks, E. Brandenburg, T. Parker. K. Payne, E. McDaniel, K. West, J. Teague, M. Church, M. Moffitt; 6th Row: G. Jordan, B. Pyle, D. Webb, S. Kanas, M. Heath, J. Cowen, Z. Wilson, J. Forbes, R. Keisling, J. Hicks; 7th Row: J. Hill, S. Fader 1st. Row; R. Agle, F. Snipes, T. Cokley, T. Harris, E. Biggs, A. Bowen, 8. Steelman, C. Saylor. J. Fela, J. Harmon. F. Wey, 8. Wall. M. Coston. 2nd Row: L. Butler, K. Causey, R. Thompson, R. Dick, R. Reynolds. D. Carner. C. Bradshaw. R. Kirkpatrick. R. Cummings. J. Blair, G. Cuccio, J. Sparks, D. Knapp. 3rd Row: L. McKenzie. S. Loflin, P. Coccioletti, T. Thompson, S. Price, P. McKagen. R. Norman, C. Groesbeck, G. Butler, D. Buck, J. Gibbons, R. Spencer, M. Webster, 8. Fioretti. 4th Row: B. Flanigan. J. Tucker. K. Avery, B. Buey, C. Haugabrook, A. Odroneic, N. Kennedy, B. Myers, T. Bacote. A. Stewart, R. Hrenko, R. Haskett. D, Gates, G. Clark. 5th Row: L. Clyburn. B. Landrum, J. Collins. C. Hartman, R. Benton, D. Kissam. S. Myers. R. Ashby, J. Forbes, D. Humble, J. Grkman. M. Horton. J. Leazer, D. Campbell. 303 MEN ' S GOLF 1973 SCHEDULE Camp Lejeune Invitational UNC ECU WCU Clemson Furman Invitational UNO - Charlotte UNC - Asheville The Citadel WCU VMI Taylor UMC Charlotte Southern Conference Tourney ETSU Virginia Tech Coach - Dr. Francis Hoover Captain ■ R. Bingham Assistant Coach - Mr. Ron Whitaker 1st Row: R. Bingham. R. Hall, D. Craver, T. DUdley,; 2nd Row: D. Newell, R. Benson. M. Marley, T. Francis; 3rd Row: C. Deaton, D. Sigmon. J. Yelton, W. Deck, L. Tucker, Absent: W. Petty WOMEN ' S GOLF 1973 SCHEDULE UNCG Wake Forest Furman ECU Carolinas Invitational Georgia Invitational Greensboro Invitational Mary Baldwin Invitational Coach • Miss Colette Garrison 304 B. Hodges, P. Parris, F. Allen, P. Tipton, B. Jano, B. English, B. Morrisey MEN ' S GYMNASTICS 1972-73 RESULTS ASU 91.30 UNC-CH 127.0 ASU 82.55 WCU 82.00 ASU 93.60 Citadel 43.70 ASU 89.90 George Peabody Central Missouri 57.70 89.90 ASU 98.80 Georgia Tech - 106.00 Coach - Mr. William Clinebell Capta in- F.S amila D. Rodgers, B. Thompson, P. Fidler, F. Samila WOMEN ' S GYMNASTICS 1972-73 RESULTS ASU 37.35 UNC-CH 59 Duke 49 ASU 53.45 WCU 66.35 ASU - 39.60 ECU 62 ASU - 47.90 Duke 45.90 Winthrop 38.85 ASU -51.84 George Peabody 43.94 Coach - Mr. Will am Clinebell Captain - T. Moff itt M. May, S. Tannewitz, C. Shannon, C. Adams, T. Moffitt, H. Steuens, A. Mull 305 INDOOR TRACK 1972-73 RESULTS ASU 63 wcu 52 Wake Forest 9 ASU 83 Towson 67 Lynchburg 32 Southern Conference Meet 6th place Coach ■ Dr. Jay Kearney Co-Captains ■ R. Clark, J. Freeman Assistant Coach - D. Kennedy 1st Row: K, Alley, E. Woolard, L. Correll, R, Clark, C. Haugabrook, J. Pierce, S. Fader , W, Meyers, i l. Fowler 2nd Row: M. Megrey, L. Holt, B. Becker, G. Murphy, R. Freeman; 3rd Row: E. Sizemore, M. Deal, D. Gates, B. Clarey, J. Freeman, D. Kennedy; 4th Row: G. Phillips, S. Rhodes G. Taylor, J. Ellender, D. Chappell, S. Wicker, G. Brown, J. Kearney RIFLE TEAM 1972 73 RESULTS ASU - 1287 Davidson 1109 ASU- 1329 Wofford 1262 ASU- 1298 Wm. and Mary U. of Virginia U. of Richmond 1239 1055 1218 ASU - 1741 Lenoir, N. C. 1443 ASU 1303 VMI 1358 ASU 13W ns WGC- D Wins Postal - 2nd Place Coach Capta ■Sgt. n T. Harwey Teeter Webber 1st Row: C. Muggins, R. Morris, G. Henry, Crandall Brown, 2nd Row: C. Caulwell, M. Haynes, D. Gr Row: C. Torrence, Calvin Brown, B. Cryan, W. Harris. M. Overfelt ene, T. Teeter, Sgt. Webber; 3rd SKIING 1972 73 RESULTS Giant Slalom Challenge: M. Fisher -5th place Gatlinburg Budweiser Cup: ASU - 3rd place President ' s Race: M. Fisher ■ 1st place Clemson - WCU Invitational at Cataloochee: ASU - 2nd place Southern Intercollegiate Races at Beech Mountaii M. Fisher ■ 2nd place (men ' s combined) ASU ' 3rd place combined ASU women - 1st place Mid-Atlantic Collegiate Races: ASU ' men: M. Fisher - 1st place P. Joyner ■ 2nd place ASU women: N. Thrasher 2nd place M. Smith - 3rd place Coach ■ M. Lamb ( French-Swiss Ski Club) Captain ■ M. Fisher Co-captain - M. Whittenton D. Richardson, B. Geitz, M. Smith, D. Smith, K. Kohut, C. Jones, S. Sherrard, J. Irwin, J. Creighton, N. Thrasher, Joyner, M. Lamb SOCCER 1972 RESULTS ASU Clemson ASU 2 Duke - ASU 8 UNC-A - ASU 1 Davidson - ASU 3 Furman - ASU 3 ECU- ASU 9 King - ASU 2 Belmont Abbey - ASU 2 Wa rren Wilson - ASU 4 WCU - ASU 2 Citadel - ASU 5 VMI - ASU 1 PLAYOFFS Tusculum - ASU 1 Davidson - ASU 1 Wn . and Mary - South ern Confer snce Champions Coach - Dr. Vaughn Christian Captains - J. Giminez, J. Watts. B. Sabates, R. Collet( 1st. Row: M. Davis, B. Williamson, R. Smith, D. Thompkins, H. Penland, C. Hilger, A. Sanchok; 2nd Row: D. Arrant, L. Geinrich, I. Lingt, G. Kornegay, J. Giminez, G. Sease, M. Jones, B. Sabates; 3rd Row: J. Watts, D. Harrel, J. Paysour, R. Watts, H. Hopkins, E. Guzowski, R. Collete, C. Good, D. Mitchem, G. St. John ME •S SWIMMING 1972 73 RESULTS ASU 38 Morris Harvey 74 ASU 32 VPI 81 ASU 42 VMI 71 ASU 36 Wake Forest 76 ASU 65 Emory 48 ASU 27 Duke 85 ASU 20 ECU 93 ASU 46 Clemson 66 ASU 64 Davidson 49 ASU 66 Belmont Abbey 37 ASU 63 Union 43 ASU 64 UNCA 29 ASU 63 UNC A 43 4th place in Southern Conference Coack - Dr. Ole Larson Captain - S. Sappenfield 1st Row: T. O ' Hare, B. Brown, J. Leigh; 2nd Row: M. Reagon, M. Rochelle, S. Sappenfield, M. Pr Woods, P. Meinch, D. Trudeau, T. Price 3rd Row: L, Leggett, M. WOMEN ' S SWIMMING 1972 73 RESULTS ASU 34 UNC-107 ASU 34 UNC 0-49 ASU 43 ECU 63 ASU 43 UNC CH 88 ASU 51 Duke 7 ASU 72 Emory - 36 ASU - 74 Virginia Intermont - 29 ASU - 42 ECU 64 ASU 37 U. of Tennessee ■ 67 Coach Dr Ole Larson Co-Captains ■ B Osborn C. Busby 1st Row: A. Pope, B. Osborn, C. Busby, L. Cooke; 2nd Row: J. Greene. S. Wanner, L. Zipf, G. Pritchett 308 TENNIS 1973 SCHEDULE Columbus (Ex.) Tampa Florida Southern South Florida Valdosta State Georgia Southern South Carolina College of Charleston Campbell Invitational Penn State Bucknell ECU Carson-Newman Columbus VMI Furman Citadel East Tennessee Wm. and Mary Richmond Davidson Carson-Newman Invit. East Straudsburg Southern Conference Tourney Eastern Michigan Virginia Tech High Point Coach - Mr. Jim Jones Assistant Coach - Mr. Jay Moore Captain - D. Richardson 1st Row: K. Richardson, D. Eason, R. Neely; 2nd Row: R. Keller, D. Rouse, E. Alonzo WOMEN ' S TENNIS 1973 SCHEDULE UNC-G Carolina Tennis Day Converse College Sports Day UNCG Malta Tournament-Mary Baldwin College High Point College Furman Wake Forest Western Carolina Catawba College Coach - Miss Viola Clark Candidates for 1973 Tennis team OUTDOOR TRACK 1973 SCHEDULE NCSU Cornell College Atlantic Coast Relays Davidson VMI ETSU Davidson Relays The Citadel Wake Forest Southern Conference Meet WCU Furman Coach - Mr. Jay Kearney Captains ■ R. Clark, J. Freeman 1st Row: G. Phillips, M. Coston, R. Clark, S. Fader, C. Haugabrook, J. Freeman, 2nd Row: K. Alley, M. Deal, C. Holt, G. Murphy, B. Toler, L. Corell: 3rd Row: E. Hoffman, N. Fowler, R. Freeman, D. Gates, W. Myers, K. Robinson; 4th Row: E. Woolard, E. Sizemore, Z. Wilson, B. Hayes, S. Wicker, J. Ellender, R. Cummings, M. Lauten; 5th Row: B. Davis, S. Rhodes, M. Blanks, G. Brown, I. Cleary, D. Chappell, B. Cleary, J. Kearney VOLLEYBALL 1972 73 SCHEDULE UMC-G and ECU Wake Forest and UNC Western Winthrop and ECU Winthrop and Catawba Lenior-Rhyne UNC-G and Western Wake Forest Sportsday State Tournament Coach - Dr. Judith Clarke Co-Captains - A. Coffey, J. Markland 1st Row: E. Cherry, J. Markland, G. Neave, K. Lewis; 2nd Row: D. Patterson, B. Jano, N. Beeker, D. Sexton; 3rd Row: 8. Williams, J. Thomas, J. Cox, A. Coffey; 4th Row: J. Clarke. D. Long, J. Stetler, M. Moore WRESTLING 1972-73 RESULTS ASU 28 Maryville 15 ASU 29 SHippensburg State 11 ASU 28 NCSU 14 ASU 15 Auburn 26 ASU 25 Old Dominion 15 ASU 27 Georgia Tech 9 ASU 48 Citadel ASU 27 WCU 15 ASU 30 Pembroke 9 ASU 48 UNC-W ASU 5 ECU 37 ASU 22 Duke- 11 ASU 15 UT-Chattanooga 18 Southern Conference Tournament Coach - Mr. Steve Gabriel Co-Captains - P. Godfrey, C. Jacobsen 1st. Row: J. Adams, D. Collins, D. Boone, P. Shultie, T. Alexander. Row 2: B, Ostwalt, A. Journell, D. Jones, R. Torrence, C. Howell, D. Bush. 3rd Row: J. Harris, B. Dellinger, M. Wilcox, B. Broadfoot, D. Wleese. 4th Row: R. Sigmon, P. Godfrey, D. Proffit, H. Johnson, J. Seal, H. Hilewitz, C. Jacobson, A. Thompson, K. Eckart, F. Snotherly, K. Shirley. Absent: C. Lemons, F. Snipes, P. Johnson. ATHLETIC STAFF Roy Clogston - Director of Athletics Jim Jones ■ S Assistant Athletic Director Tennis Coach C ' H. Gilstrap - Faculty Athletic Director Grady Cooper - Sports Information Director Jim Brakefield - Head Football Coach Buddy Sasser - Football Assistant Fisher DeBerry - Football Assistant Bob Ward - Football Assistant Buck Buchanan - Football Assistant Mike Martin - Junior Varsity Football Coach Vaughn Christian - Soccer Coach Jay Kearney - Indoor Track Coach Cross Country Coach Outdoor Track Coach Don Kennedy - Assistant Track Coach s Viola Clark - Field Hockey Coach Women ' s Tennis Coach Mr. Press Maravich - Head Basketball Coach Mr. Skip Shear - Basketball Assistant Mr. Steve Gabriel - Wrestling Coach Dr. Ole Larson - Svi imming Coach Mr. William Clinebell - Gymnastics Coach Dr. Reginald Weber - Fencing Coach Sgt. Harvey Webber - Rifle Coach Dr. Judith Clarke - Women ' s Basketball Coach Volleyball Coach Dr. Frank Lovrich - Baseball Coach Dr. Francis Hoover • Golf Coach Miss Colette Garrison - Women ' s Golf Coach Mr. Jay Moore - Assistant Tennis Coach Mr. Bill Reeves - Assistant Cross Country Coach Mr. Ron Whitaker ■ Assistant Golf Coach Mr. Ron Kanoy - Athletic Trainer Dr. Evan Ashby - Athletic Physician 311 and in the end, everything depends upon you- the spectator, the athlete. 312 :v;a fivh ' -yt ' -f ' : ' . - ; ' ' v j ..: t ! V " ?3 %i -• ' =S ? IMv; m « - , -. ' , . ' - X V . X -.1 4r « % -c- .. |k ' )flBH ■ ■.■ 1 s : . m B;, Chancellor SIB Vice Chancellor of Academic Affairs 316 Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs 317 J Vice Chancellor of Business Affairs 318 ;:;;; ;; ' : vmi 1 A 0) n Vice Chancellor of Development 319 Vice Chancellor of Continuing Education 320 322 323 324 325 326 328 329 COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES 331 BIOLOGY 332 333 i i 1 1 - ' ? .1 ' - ' - ' 1 ICT lPt- " J Ljt i» ■ «jis- -i« f iJ :d ' i mPS 3 H Wa 3 334 CHEMISTRY 335 y jk 337 Chairman ■ 338 FOREIGN LANGUAGES 339 GEOGRAPHY Chairman - 1 h . ' ■■ i) i ' » ft. ' [ ' 0- i a 1 m - HISTORY 342 Chairman a. ■:. » , ' ' f ■ ' ' ' 343 MATHEMATICS Chairman 345 RELIGION PHILOSOPHY 347 PHYSICS 348 Chairman 349 POLITICAL SCIENCE Chairman 350 PSYCHOLOGY 352 353 SOCIOLOGY ANTHROPOLOGY 355 COLLEGE OF BUSINESS 356 357 Chairman - BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION ECONOMICS Chairman - Dean Dudley BUSINESS EDUCATION Chairman - Orus Sutton INDEPENDENT MAJOR ACCOUNTING Chairman - Larry Tussell 360 o 1 1 J«fl V, » - ami 361 COLLEGE OF EDUCATION 363 Chairman HIGHER EDUCATION Chairman CHILDHOOD EDUCATION COUNSELOR EDUCATION SECONDARY EDUCATION Chairman • EDUCATIONAL MEDIA 365 366 367 COLLEGE OF FINE AND APPLIED ARTS 368 369 370 ART PHYSICAL EDUCATION 372 373 HOME ECONOMICS 374 INDUSTRIAL MILITARY 379 MUSIC 380 Chairman - 381 SENIORS President- Nicky Fowler Vice-President- Randy Sain Secretary- Debbie Crosland Treasurer- Warren Teeter JUNIORS President- Russell Helms Vice-President- Allen Taylor Secretary- Lynn Murphy Treasurer- Dan Crookshank SOPHOMORES President- Brad Wilson Vice-President- Jane Cline Secretary- Cherry Bobbins Treasurer- Patty Richardson FRESHMEN President- Benn Gibbs Vice-President- Jim Kelly Secretary- Brenda Allen Treasurer- Barbara Joyce 383 E o £ s U 5 1 I 1 i I i D UJ - Q -, W 5 J t _ ? 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