Armstrong Atlantic State University - Geechee Yearbook (Savannah, GA)

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I College • • • 3 A Place . . Where People Meet . . . Talk . . . ,4«d Walk Hear . . . and . . . are heard Act . . . and . . . react Are aware . . of things . . . and part of them ■ 1 H i 1 ■ " .l - ■ i __ :- ., -- ' GEECHEE 1966 ARMSTRONG STATE COLLEGE SAVANNAH, GEORGIA EDITOR STAFF . Harold Waters Elyse Geller Joy Gugel Adel Oppenheim Judith Traft m -. • 40MNV ifff — as , FACULTY AND ADMINISTRATION 11 Henry L. Ashmore, President 12 Joseph I. Killorin, Academic Dean PRESIDENT ASHMORE DEAN KILLORIN The fortunes of Armstrong State College in these years of its evolution into a senior college of the University System of Georgia rest primarily in the hands of Dr. Henry L. Ashmore, its able and dynamic chief adminis- trator. To Dr. Ashmore is entrusted the responsibility of recognizing the unique needs of the college in these critical years and of making recommendations concerning those to the Board of Regents, the governing body for the uni- versity system. The development of the curriculum for the four-year program and the acquisition of an outstanding faculty for it are the responsibility of Academic Dean Joseph I. Killorin. With the beginning of the junior year scheduled for the fall of 1966 tremendous strides towards this goal have already been made under his supervision. A long- time member of the college staff, he represents, in this period of dynamic change, the continuity with the high ideals that have characterized its programs in the past. 13 Miss Jule Rossiter, the college comptroller, holds the distinction of being the only member of her sex in such a position in the University System. As comptroller she has charge over all business affairs of the college as well as supervising the maintenance of the physical plant. ' it. Jule C. Rossiter, Comptroller To the Dean of Student Affairs, James T. Rogers, falls the responsibility for all non- academic matters pertaining to students. Into this broad category falls the office of admissions, the registrar, the counselors, the alumni office, student activities and student aid. James T. Rogers, Dean of Student Affairs 14 Dr. Donald Anderson Assistant Dean Mrs. Martha DeWitt Director of Student Aid yp Mr. Jack H. Padgett Registrar and Admissions Officer Mr. Dale Price Director of Student Activities 15 Staff Virginia Arey Assistant to the Registrar Minnie Campbell Secretary to the Registrar Marjorie Mosley Secretary to the President Bertis Jones IBM Operator Virginia Nail Secretary to Student Personnel Peggy Strong Secretary to the Faculty Joyce Weldy Secretary to the Registrar 16 • % t% A i Josephine Davidson Catalog Librarian Library Marion Trentham Assistant Cataloger Regina Yoast Librarian Elizabeth LeGette Catalog Assistant Josephine Edwards Catalog Assistant Eugenia Edwards Circulation Assistant 17 Eleanor Salter Secretary and Assistant to the Librarian I pr Roy Carroll Head, Department of History Political Science Ruth Arger Assistant Professor of Psychology 1 V Faculty M. Lorraine Anchors Professor of English Betty Jean Ashbrook Assistant Professor of Biology ' W. Orson Beecher Professor of History Frank A. Brimelow Assistant Professor of Chemistry Fretwell Crider Head. Department of Chemistry Physics Virginia Can- Instructor of English Faculty • Leslie B. Davenport, Jr. Head, Department of Biology Mary Dan Coleman Assistant Professor of Education J. Kenneth Davidson Assistant Professor of Sociology Lamar W. Davis Professor of Business Administration John L. M. des Islets Professor of Physics John D. Duncan Assistant Professor of History 19 Orange W. Hall Head, Department of Business Administration Faculty Raymond R. Hall Assistant Professor of Mathematics Walter B. Laffer Associate Professor of Mathematics John J. Hutton Assistant Professor of English Osmos Lanier, Jr. Associate Professor of History Margaret S. Lubs Professor of English French John C. McCarthy Assistant Professor of Business Administration Faculty 17 h Alvin W. Neely Instructor of English John F. Newman Associate Professor of History Political Science F. Lane Hardy Head, Department of Mathematics James L. Peyton Instructor of Chemistry Physical Science Hugh Pendexter Head, Department of Humanities Lea L. Seale Professor of English German James L. Semmes Assistant Professor of Mathematics J. Harry Persse Head, Department of Fine Arts William H. Stephens Instructor of Mathematics Faculty I Marcia Smith Instructor of Physical Education William M. Starrs Assistant Professor of English Cedric Stratton Associate Professor of Chemistry Robert I. Strozier Associate Professor of English Roy J. Sims Head, Department of Physical Education Robert T. Stubbs Professor of Mathematics Faculty Lawrence M. Tapp Assistant Professor of Physical Education v k ■ 1 4 7 af ;,: w Hfc L Dorothy M. Thompson Head, Department of Psychology and Sociology Francis M. Thome Associate Professor of Biology Jean W. Vining Instructor of Typing Shorthand William S. Winn Professor of Mathematics K. C. Wu Professor of History Political Science CLASSES i 24 « ' ' ••«» • 25 Front row: Cynthia Hilliard, Treasurer; Yvonne Tenney, Secretary; Back row: Dick Sanders, President; Linda Lee, V. President Freshman Class Officers 26 Edward L. Adams Floyd Adams, Jr. George W. Adams, Jr. Michael D. Adams Veyonne V. Adams Margaret D. Akins Hugh C. Alban T. Marie Albritton Lee M. Alderman, Jr. Cheryl M. Alkazin Charles C. Alton Franklin L. Ambrose Benny F. Ammons Maris A. Anderson Shirley J. Ansley Timothy F. Ansley Martha F. Arnold William Ashby Emory Aspinwall William M. Austin Thomas J. Babin Ester D. Bacon Sandra E. Bacon John H. Badenhoop Julia A. Bahr I 27 -■ w I?) I t te Harold E. Bailey Joseph L. Baker, III Roy S. Banks, Jr. John I. Bargeron Larry E. Bargeron Eileen F. Barmen Leette J. Barnett Barbara A. Barnwell Norris S. Bazemore John W. Beam Mary A. Beardslee Jean C. Beardslee Gary J. Beasley Leonard C. Beasley Mary M. Beasley Raymond D. Beasley Ruth Beberman Richard M. 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Secretary: Sandy George, Fiee President: Richard Shoemaker, President: Connie O ' Niel, Treasurer Sophomore Class Officers 53 William J. Alpert Juan C. Ayala Jack M. Ayoub, Jr. Sherran V. Bailey Julie A. Balderson James E. Barton, Jr. Faye T. Batayias Jeffry R. Beasley i 4 A i G Charles Bell Stephanie K. Bell | | ' Ross H. Bell Charles W. Bevill Karen E. Birge Jacquelyn Blatner Jerry Blackburn Daniel W. Blitch Sandra C. Beasley James R. Beck 54 David A. Blitch William R. Bonner William A. Blun, Jr. Anne L. Booker Randall S. Booker F. Jeanette Boylston Barbara A. Bordeaux William E. Bradley Andrea J. Bright Paul D. Brooks Eric O. Brown Lenecia L. Bruce James A. Buchner Annie J. Buckley Julius S. Burns Richard V. Byrd Linda L. Carmichael Cheryl C. Carn 55 Timmi m ' %s Charles H. Carroll, Jr. Joseph R. Carroll Perry L. Carter, Jr. Alice V. Case Vernon W. Cawthon Bess T. Chappas Agnes A. Clark Cecil I. Clements Jill W. Clements Hugh D. Cobb Charlton L. Cohen Henry B. Cottle, Jr. K. 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Brandeland Betty Jo Bunger Carl L. Canacatti Robert G. Cook T. B. Dillingham, Jr. Curtis V. Cooper Thomas D. Gibbons William G. Coyne Harry P. Hicks, Jr. Charles M. Cross Rose M. Hicks Joe H. Lang Larry M. Porter John C. Lennox, Jr. Mary W. Rentz Sarah J. Leonard Michael J. Robinson Winona H. McCoy Barbara A. Roeser % % Mallie A. Denmark Pauline C. Karp Fred L. Miller Robert A. Smith, Jr. Chauncey J. Stickle Timothy R. Swann Cornelia E. Van Diviere Catherine M. Van Diviere Paul E. Waters, Jr. Sally Hill, President; Jack Coburn, Vice President Junior-Senior Class Officers 70 Bernicia F. Kelly Kaye R. Kole C. E. Leutzinger Betty R. Levy D. Carlton Mackey Pat G. Mahany H. E. Matthews James D. McDaniel Patrick H. Merritt William M. Mordecai, Jr. Philip S. Murphy Charles G. Opper C. G. Pacetti, Jr. Donald L. Padgett R. J. Riley, Jr. Warren C. Rogers John B. Rourke Alex R. Salvatore Paul R. Saunders James Scarborough t k i .. I tm m " ▲WU - fe«?::: 71 Jacquelyn Ahern Virginia D. Barry J. Parker Bell Dena Y. Bodziner Robert P. Cassidy Jack B. Coburn, Jr. Martha C. Cohen J. W. Cooper, Jr. Mark T. Couch E. H. Cowart, Jr. Sarah J. Duffill D. Ferrebee Edwards Mary A. Fulcher S. R. Goldstein Sara L. Heyman Sally R. Hill O. G. Hohnerlein John R. Hopkins Barbara A. Jacobson George H. Jenkins, Jr. 72 piMiMa ' Esther G. Sceals Wyndell Standard Annie L. Seigler Anne K. Stewart H. Sandra Sievers E. C. Thomson James C. Smith Verna L. Tootle Austin S. Wade, Jr. John L. Whitfield Renee S. Wagner J. M. Wilson, Jr. Robert S. Waters Richard Wong Ellemena L. Watts James R. Yglesias ■rffrf vy o- f f»J 1 73 m t m m m ■ 74 ORGANIZATIONS JS M - .- " - - : 75 ' :. Student Government Officers: Lake Holt, Donna Cox, Jim Squire, Elaine Mamalakis, Pat King, Diane Lynch. Senate Officers: Seated: Connie Dufour, Elaine Mamalakis. Sally Hill. Standing: John Patrick, Kay Kolgaklis. 76 STUDENT SENATE Ill ' IWi Senate: Seated: Bill Harris, Joy Gugel, Paul Weber. Standing: Darryl McElveen, Jimmy McCallar, David O ' Brien, Hugh Cobb. 77 Judith Traft, Class Editor Add Oppenheim, Features Editor Harold Waters, Editor GEECHEE STAFF Elyse Geller, Faculty Editor 78 Joy Gugel. Beauty Editor ;; nffii W 4 Jim Taylor, Artist; Dick Sanders, Business Manager Jim Squire, Editor Hugh Cobb, Feature Editor INKWELL STAFF Staff: Cheryl Hunter, Mary McCoy, Suzanne Robertson, Cheryl McKenzie, Alan Smith, Brooks Youmans, Nita Pierce, Evlyn Best. Sandy Beasley, Yvonne Tenney, Michele Morgan, Florence Williams. Sue Jaye Punzel, News Editor Billy Whitten, Managing Editor Carole Newsome, Copy Editor BAPTIST STUDENT UNION First row: Leette Barnett, Linda Lee, Jan Durden, Carol Devlin, Cecille Mathews, Martha Lanier. Second row: Norris Basemore. Shirley Ledford, Florence Williams, Cheryl Malone, Sandra Bacon, Judy Newsome, Laurie Leaich, Madelaine Buckalew. Third row: John Beam, David Watson, Martha Wilson, Rodney Thomas, Dell Bouton, Kay Tullis, Shirley Ainsley, Linda Carmichael, Richard Morgan. SO CANTERBURY CLUB Pat Kelly, Treas., Nancy Miller, Sec, John Kelly, Pres., Susan Schmidt, V.P. - r ' ' S a m Kneeling: Bill Strong, Pat Kelly. Middle Row: Sally Hill, Arlene Dressel, Jane Wright, Carol Mordecai, Nancy Miller, Susan Schmidt, Stevie Bell. Ceil Henderson. Back Row: Mrs. Peggy Strong, Mr. Alvin Neely, Billy Johnson, John Kelly, Hal Sims. B ' NAI B ' RITH YOUNG ADULTS E no S D L ut m rudifh a ?ra?t° ttlieb ' Cla ' ' re EiChh ° ,Z - " " 2nd ™ TeH ™» E Marshall Fox. Hedy 82 WESLEY FOUNDATION Back row: Paul Weber, Bob Borom. John Peyton, Dick Sanders. Middle row: Tanya Blinov, Cheryl Hunter, Ileane Porter, Sandy Moore. Front row: Madelyn Lariscy, Donna Cox, Yvonne Tenney, Sharon Glendye, Mary Hill. 83 THE DEBATE TEAM Mark Gottlieb, Mary McCoy, Mr. Orson Beecher, Al Jokela, Sue Punzel, David McCoy. 84 MASQUERS 1st row (seated): Chrystal McKinney, Cheryl McKenzie, Yvonne Tenny, Florence Williams, Evelyn Best, Judith Traft, Martha Arnold, Sue Punzel, Ueane Porter, Joan Dunn, Sandy George, Teri Lukin, Tanya Blinov, Linda Moore, Mary McCoy, Jeanne Gunther. 2nd row: Jerry McDonough, Patricia Prine, Katee Wells, Betsy Punzel, Shelmagene Morris, Tina Brooks, Neylda Ferguson. 3rd row: Spencer Hoynes, Dick Sanders, Alan Smith, David Stelts, No Montague, Paul Friedemann, Al Jokela. 85 Mrs. Vining, Linda Sanchez, Historian; Connie O ' Neil, Pres.; Connie Dufour, Sec.; Susan Griffin, Treas.; Mary Tasy, V.P. FUTURE SECRETARIES Michele Morgan, Dolores Hinely, Leslie Crosby, Patty Pengue, Roberta Kamine, Ileane Porter. Charlene Swindelle. 86 ALPHA PHI OMEGA 1st row: John Shearouse, Roy Hinley, Tayna Blinov, Phil Murphy, James Taylor, Charles Houston. 2nd row: Eugene Smith, Dr. Fretwell Crider, Julius Moody, Danny Cochran, Alan Smith, David McCoy. 3rd row: Robert Peavy, Eddie Murry, Robert McCorkle, Julius L. Benton, Floyd Adams, Jr. 87 ss SPORTS : ' ANA Jfe v 89 " m " J ' " F m Row: Mike Halligan, Danny Sims, Bill McAfee, Danny Hattrich, Mike Kellett, Larry Thompson. Second Row: Tom- my Cannon, Bobby Cannon, Jimmy Heidt, Malcom Rich, Richie Kelleher. Third Row: Robert Shuman, Coach Tapp, Alvin Brown. 66 ' GEECHEE CAGERS The ' 66 Geechee cagers ended an outstanding season with eighteen victories against ten defeats, and suffered not a single loss on the home court. After opening the season at the Hellenic Center, the Geechees moved to the new gym and continued their winning ways before packed houses. They also won the Hunter Air Force Base Christ- mas Invitational Tournament, and in the last two weeks of the season managed victories over the first, third, and fourth ranked teams in the conference. This fine Geechee team was led by Malcom Rich, winner of the T.E.P. Trophy as the most valuable player and also named to All-Conference and All-Regional Teams, and Danny Sims who was named to the Georgia Junior College Tournament honorary team. 90 Coach Larry Tapp 91 92 93 , • — i ISA " SCALPfD BARON Happiness If the boys can ' t make it, the girls will. First Row: Elaine Manialakis, Sally Ann Marston, Susan Stevens. Second Row: Martha Haynes Mavette Dalzell, Pam Dillon, Dusty Sims, Dorothy Potter, Linda Sanchez, Pat Smith. Y 94 Left to Right: Coach Tapp, Eddie Freeman, Stuart Neiman, John Kelly, Toby Browne, Jim Pinard, Toby Purdy. GOLF Golfers Have A Busy Season Under the guidance of Coach Tapp, the 1966 Geechee golf team, with a 5-2 record and runner-up in the Georgia State Junior College Tournament of 1965, is again a solid favorite to win the 1966 state championship. Kelly and Browne, returning players, led the team to a glorious victory as the Geechees captured the runner-up spot in the Middle Georgia In vitational. Browne, low scorer and recipient of medal- ist honors, was assisted by able players Pinard, Freeman, Neiman, and Purdy. 95 First Row: Danny Sims, David Hagins, Larry Thompson, Henry Muller. Second Row: Coach Sims, Tommy Babin, Bobby Stephenson, Barney Epstein, Stanley Kroboth.. Third Row: Tommy Cannon, Jim Harte, John Patrick, Malcom Rich, Bobby Cannon. The 1966 Geechee Baseball Team The ' 66 Geechee baseball team, playing its home games at Daffin Park, opened in fine style and moved toward a winning season by compiling an early 11-7 record. It was primarily a team of first-year men since there were only three holdovers from last year. Though plagued by nu- merous playing errors throughout the season, the team managed to stay alive in game after game to come out on top. There were many outstanding plays and players, but it was largely a team effort that made the season a suc- cessful one. Coach Roy Sims 96 Danny Sims strides towards a South Georgia pitch. The throw is high but the runner ' s out. Bench jockies observe the action. South Georgia batsman connects with a Cannon fastball. Barney Epstein attacks South Georgia hurler ' s delivery. 1 l : ;t 1 T 1 If BEAUTIES 99 100 amanda Mclaughlin 101 MARY MORGAN JOAN MINKOVITZ : ' 9: 4 ' ? ■ 103 104 4 % I II ri MAYETTE DALZELL MARTHA HAYNES 105 106 csmSD FEATURES 7 P i 107 f t W ' roaJ S s IS 3 4 19m WW i ? BKii jfl |KK HH r . i !Sp r Beauty Review 108 109 Pioneer Days ' 66 ' 2JZL f -, T Dances 112 7 113 Registration 115 Mk0 : ' P - ' i " ' ••«« T8 ills f 3f MJ ■ , eS • . 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