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

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'41 L ! I i t . 1 M11 11 uw GEECHEE 1973 Armstrong Stote College Sclvonnoh, Georgia ff: Peaf' - V 1' - . -V' I1 ,U -'sm-Q ,Q , I In ' "4 I 'S 1' JQL GEECHEE STAFF: Editor ........ ............... S usie Marcantonio Staff .... ........ Geo rge Axon, Marsha Dickerson Debbie Holland, Swarna Krishnamurti Carole McCorkle, Ruth Porter Photographers . . . .... Roy Carroll, Woody Chastain Stewart Green, Jack Gorlesky Gordon Minard, Richard Morgan Advisor . . . ............... Mr. Dennis Pruitt J l W was OF comems Student Life . . . Beauties . . L-A . Athletics ...... Organizations .... Greeks ........... ..... The Establishment .... ..... Classes ......... Advertisements . . . 4 Eiiaiiaks Z' Q 'K gf-3.3 FRESHMAN :-1 Elections 'G new TURN OUT POOR 0 C Q Q9 eb 09 V .CQ Z-?"+ :fab ,A .E ,Ygg 5 543' E V01 -255 SQ ,ova 3.3 026 73 9 t Lp 'S' Wi: 4 0299 D '00 'lf J' 4200 eb 2' .. We 00 Q "6 0 fo 2 x CQ 4,41 JOo2cE41,b,, 02' 1 0 - o '1 I1 SL Q. Aeg DUTIOUUV xi WV Be Nia? Qactot udent Vote The St Right he UST Gives History 6 ak pM Ta I Q Y 93 BDU o uogie 1 E m : IN 5 O z ua I- O IP Sl Hi.. ' AN.- JFP Lf. ., A ' Q .fr I- -A .hx , A - ifbid . ,.ln..,,- I -, ' ., .- .nfs - 4 ' '-, nf-ff y- -, '- -' .fe ' I 5 1 -.. :nf .. , A fl qv- 3 'S-43 mul' O Eli Qg I U N rf? Ns lil ' E .L 5. , ii" x .,,. ,. I' if t f '! ,if - Q! xg - ,AR ,W . A It .' Qs, , gr rgelnx' vt. ,, B, Students Indulge In 610011 Mysterious Activities . P- I Z ' , U - 5 x x X . 1 X A 'iiinf it X k K x X .I ive... A I as E ui Ufaagble -I m 0' 01 LZ .,. K GQ!! ,, Lg Ei 10gJ7.6lbfp uc if-5 Eg Activity Fee Committee Fdils :ggi PQ f"N n vi I I P !.4 L January 26 Play Ov, Q, r' 1 ' ,102 r Ill 27 Basketball Game January 29 February 2 Video Tape Network W if o O 0 J . Vybpmn Q "' d 4----.i J January 31 lecture February 1 - 2 Video Tape Network M 2 Basketball came . 9 - 10 Movie . af 9 Ctncert 41117 j fa 10 Basketball Ol!! I 12 - 17 Homecoming 13 Concert SPECIAL The National Shakespeare Company of New York presents A Midsunlner llight's Dream, 8:00 p.l. Civic Center Auditorium - Free. This reknown company will perform the funniest of the Shakespearean plays in a most professional manner. A.S.C. vs Federal City at 8:00 p.l. in the Civic Center Lobby of the Memorial College Center 8:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. "The Groove Tube" - continuous progranmim - shorts on contemporary events, coal- cal, satirical, provocative, enlight- ening, watch for 5 minutes or for 2 hours. All week long. Dr. Fakeye lectures and presents slides on African Art, includes woodcarvlng. Ur. Fakeye is a native of Nigeria. 12:30 p.m. in Jenkins Auditorium - free Video Tape Network continues in Memorial College Center 8:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m. The Laugh of Your Life A.S.C. vs Oglethorpe College at Civic Center, 8:00 p.m. THX 1138, 8:00 p.m. Memorial College Center, Scientific thriller, Free. Bring a guest. 'Ivo showings Jacques Abrams, 8:30 p.m. Jenkins Auditorium - Free. Bring guest. Reknown pianist from Univ. of South Florida. Workshop 9:30 Saturday Jenkins Auditorium A.S.C. vs Lander at Greenwood,S.C. 8:00 p.m. Homecoming events run all week. The followlrg list ol' events is etlll incomplete - there is more to come. Check monthly calendar and with the Director of Student Activities for hu-ther information. Cornelius Brothers and Sister Rose, Alee Temple, 9:00 p.m. "I believe I'm falling in love", "NN Pledge of Love", "It Must be Love", and many more - plus an opening act - 51.00 with I.D. for students and guest. sh.oo for general public -. HM. rd -L,-.. by , wi. -sz . n ,N Q t -' "' ,,.-Q731., AF' sf' ,EP 1 :Zi 1 494 9 4 . W ,G .1 X W X , gg Y U , J 2 4 I '- . , ' 5 ' M' qi -A , iv. 4, ' V V . Z'-.4 V 73 ' X ew I y wmybmrz' ,, ' ff a:"ng,g .N I 1 . 5 , -wr in 4-N.: il l ! Q , 15.3.1 ry' 5' .,. -v -J Y I-QA.. 1 . -1 '14,-. Fl . 1 1' it. 'T aft'-Y Fw 'ki ,X -' i .54 -:lv 'n . - - f 'W 'f' a7.' , 5fj,,- 'gp yt'-. .f.,g--f g5,. '1Q-1 fx ' . ,A A U m Pfgfei gl , P ufwil N4 - if ." f uf '! ffif'4kJ W' . Af.-'A' 4' ' , A JA..,: 'W'-, ,1,,',r-.'- .-, . 1 U , ' v. , , R U I. L'z.f,f'.-y .:Ei,f, ,f ij 151 A f Jn". . -. ' 1 ww, 1 H1 :m.:,: -:"g A. ij Al", 1 jv 2.2-255234-'25 Q-if 3' ' g .i ggQpAg.,j'g fe-.45 -'71, " LQ - I H-5 4' '- 'fJ"f:n 155' if' 'fo ' , ' .1 if-ii?-f ,-ffn'- -mf-. .A 4 ' "-T113-' - '- -2,Y'i'r . Q, f1ff+ +2+:,af aa- , ., .fgf..4f7,-325',z':f2- 3 3-4' , - ' 'P 'W 'f T !'f?:'i,15 4-'f" we - . " T WJ r'1-ff: "1-1,g:1f"" W, 496 ig-A "-"'3' - . --A ' ay , 1-mr wf:,. A , I I1'4,"'-xi' ' iviyl bv J" "V" K'-", - ' ' .wig k',C:Lf'H1K1"f ,J Lgzaiglgirl- 'A 'V f,L,N',? LN!!! gulf I - 5 - 9 ..,i' fx.z:'Y,L -,'.1..'gf'.i,'Y.51r ff . nn k fygul jiiilp, vL'l71f.Q:f'..,,"L:- , '..,:,',Q5'..-A . I. ,Lf-prg"r' 11,115 ' N s'x41.'3"'f-S'- pf ' .. f'4'f'f". ' A , , . A ' :1J','..-'wjr j ' ,If - ' 5 f3?"""'i7i-' ' ! H' ffx ' in .' Y f 4114.3 ,- 17, - ,, . 'L " rv' ' V' I 1.-"' " " , H ' . - :wr re 1 ' f - 'ia' 'LA ' -' fa J!,',f:I.j - fb? A ff' 5' a X ,lg H ue' o mg - 3 'fy '4 V v 1 , --+'i"1J.,- - . K . 1 ,A 1 Abnormally, we resourceful, frustrated Armstrong inhabitants ffor nothing better to a'Ot dared 'ro shatter this student idiosyncrosy 'H' 'E .!- X 'Ci 5 .. WJ Ll If ' ' A. 1 XJ. ...- ln reolity emulating such on impetuous reflection i Hfffk 1 -1 'Zhi nos been our most demdnding, discerning objective Q'i Q. 7,4 -x.....A .Ji ffm W e f3 'f'f I' Are we merely y I I Q3 K V fa: iih ivin . 7' '52 W7 'f-99 .v 96 o fV"f11:S,,, 0 Siliite v0fES Fgr Ball-up pmgra -I JQW Sl U M SPIN 0 iw' ev X S was 93' 9: QXVQ Tvwgib Q x 9 ge 9 Q .9 uw V' sy am .al Y Q -"O Or do we experience? onolyze? observe? perceive? shore? love? N 1 Q i' , X f ' lf g .N x 4 jinfagh A Fi , 55552, ,e 5 , - V ,Coeds Request Help For Stray Dog 6 pnvey elivers J aper ?e ee ile iunLDS M HX Students ganll :lmer R SX e gi 6 01 E lNKWFI.Ii4. ARNlR'l'RflNC STATE PnI.l,Ff1F 5 .'1 In- .. 1.2 . X k X X hink about it J? .Q .. 1" STUDENT LIFE HFHETMH5 HEE5 HHDUNU THE UHLU A .f 1g"yl'f WEN ,af ,,...r . sl f - ,JJ . .I ga 4 "" 1 2,gm- 'R X , nfl? Mr. Hunnicutt lwearing his over present "Pirate Power" stickerl calmly shocks the freshman class on the fundamental ordeals of registration. Orientation was fun, informative, and productive. Thirty-two upper classmen land upper classwomenl told the Freshmen what ASC and college is really like. Oh-ohl Even so, the Student Advisers accom- plished their goals, ll letting the Freshmen know they were wel- come, 21 easing the transition from high school to college, and 31 seeking new dating partners. 335 1 1 , ,A -1 '.,, V Wi-,J,..iQ1:1'-Y , ' .mm 4 , G 1 K c i. UQJW uh, f ,x . , ' ' .Ania Q, X, .J Q 1 ,V --ff -..-'H .,.+ W A -F ' ' .--all 'I is-is ,- I - vw ' sg +23 1' Q " 'K Q A, ' T 'ff-'.fQi-'-'QM w,a'wfA,mi1om4mQ6N1 Freshman. What can one say to describe a freshman in college? Not much. Excited. Scared. Bored. Attentive. Awed. Amused. Obviously, these freshmen are having the time of their short college career. A Q. . , 5 xi !,,v,,,,?gs,,,,wnQ, -. s'-.l,..,.. -,,l,e, , H . ' " - NT.I'-,Nina slieve it or not, she is actually very shy. mwbsnmg 3, !4pas..c,..u, ,.. Q Ever heard the expression "Hungry for Knowledge" ' 0 ' Q i Ki P L A ' ' s 1 w i . X a I lg. ' Y' " - , z-S ' f f"5j ' . -1 .1 . , K - '1 1 I I ' 1 If 0 eb, QA ' I 's , fe ' 'ff' 'W Q' "ff - Q QY ' Q - ' 41 .U . '- ' ' ' K iff' " 1'-.,: P 4 'M . ar. 1 1- f - ' . A' 'f Attenhve? - U-bb " N- I. -4 ,,,,,, f D' ' ,. . f ' :QQ l N ' ' . . vi if gf.. N. -41 - s 'g 0 24: Q af 90- i we mod freshman rat. Remember when you had your I.D. picture made? QQ-XJ "jg f xigkx X ix , , I X if .Q -iaxukgwi., 1 V I N , 1 'V 1 Qi -4 Q a 4 x 3 f 5 . . , 1 ,V X ns , 0' 'v . x ' mia 5' K .mtg A xx XM . if N S NN 5 . , , ' if " fy fu! 'W v 1 fy It tl X ',, D ' 951- e .P ii-' A ' ' , - q-37" i , . 1 pq--M F I 1 Og H5 ""' 1' " ,, I, 'R x i X ' ' ' 'N , 'Q 'Q wr t s .5 Q S+:-VS!" r fi" -1 1 UR si -s Registration f I -cy ' X N' f.,:'f7 U 1... . 'Ji' U i' I X - , e X , 1 Nina - s Ha Ha Real funny Glad you engoyed ii. Come again. :'mr..l Mm Maureen Farrell Rat Queen for the Class of '76, A Imle less paused buf Mo you re sfull very cute Don IS happy because he was runner up af.. 1 I I S 'F' Qty 'fig-Q.: W, 'fs .-..-2.454 K hw "' ... 'Q- Mil'- f Hg nw v1:j 4,:-,,vL H: - ss . 2 f It i-,gs , K:,,.. ,I -qi.,-,ll A .- s4!'l5M,s, " 1: 1 V asf' " " . , A , I U. .. ,mg " 3-1.11.-' :gp v sw ' - N' ' V :T gr , -Q :A :L .X ' 53,4-. ,jam x.-' , s'-' 7 sg ., NW' ,n , .eseAf,. gg. 1, 52' ,. 6. !'5ff,w,-U ,. ami' 35? 2 .5 2,-,sf 'aging the blues. ' l i l!'B"i"? IL Linda Green has got more than soul going for her. ,I .- That first week of classes. Drop. Add. Drop. Add. Drop. Whew. The Rockets in Concert on the lawn. Bill Deal and Rhon- dels for the first of two appearances. Hey, this college life is pretty rough, isn't it? In Concert. Today at 12:30, direct from Carrollton, Ga. The Rockets. l Talking about the Dance, the Concert, rais- ing money for Dr. Wu so we can profit from his knowledge of China and South- G r l e n l l O n east Asia. Fall Quarter is really hopping. 'N 5 g:' i l l I I 534' ,il I if 6 Q5 Introducing Miss Donna Dickey on her Orientation exam. 3 I as she casually cheats l l l l I I We made itl Welcome back, Dr. Wu. "May I" lg. ' x. 'A 50' "1 - . is-1. hi L , -' - s '- ' 4 , -5. V, A 7 "'i'-wf'."' ' ' usp Ai'- 91 5 I r' -f I- f - .n 4 ' I 'T' "'qf!""v---- '-14' It SGA President Billy Bond explains to Freshmen why Pete McCloskey, The Toms, show up. ' saX and the Cornelius Brothers won't rv?-deg..-. - ' i i fd? . , ,,'5l, 0 - vs i 1 Nwy. f .,.Qo, ,Q-is Q ' 1. .fit-Ju, .VT eww C' V , ....., xg-Q' . f , D F 9 . I A . f. ..""'.-1"Q5:s "'w'v " .. fgn ef ' '. . X 1,4-swf! ,.'ff-,og , 'N UQ. . . 'U 'qi 3 ' "" .0 l 'f it Y.. '- ' " -" 5 n.,5 ' ,I - V -XA I nbarrassment or boredom? Ms" I i One thing to do after another. A Fashion Show from Jean's Junction. All those groovy movies. Everyday - every night. Back to school parties. Greek Rush. And those professors - they even expect us to go to class. What a bummer. "Come Function with Junction" R it 1 I pi, The Rhondels blew the roof off of Alee Temple. Fantastic musicians. And cute too. Notice particularly how oblivi- ous the stomping students ore to the photographer. Guess why? l 1 Thanks, Coach Bedwell. From football to foosball, it was a tremen- dous Intramural Program. Nothing like good, clean exercise on a Sunday afternoon to create excitement. And arguments. , . riff? 4 Pretend it's a loaf of bread. Sharon Sullivan prepares to embrace Cindy Hinch as a gesture of good faith. if ti T f ' . . -YE! L H A' Pr, J- ez 4L1,jlLig gg gf 1 ..' fr Qaiqmiiv. H l , 524344 1.14 The Glory that was Grease. Vince Vance and the Valiants. Straight from the 50's. Made us teeny-boppers realize how good we really have it. But what a show. A sold out performance. Five encores. "Don't ever bring back those greasers," said the hippies. So we did. Spring Quarter they sho-na-na-ed us to death. Q x Qi' rf' l ,ff 'Hi'-'V 1 ..,. Y- r Easferllng awaits for the beginning of the post-play-party. 'N -5,- lk about comm' down. Dr. Polgar tells his female audience he really is Burt Reynolds. They believe him. 8. ,. v . . Q, k, 'Jr I Campaign 72 ? m ' "' N .-7 I Q N Senator Gambrell seeks re-election. Senator Sam Nunn. -Q. . M , C0mP0'Qf1'nQ fOr 'he PIFOYQS. A woman going someplace - Mrs. Mary Hifi. ASC Alum Tom Taggart ne Coleman-Calhoun debate. ,Q .JM 43. 5.-,X V: Pete McCloskey preparing to cancel his lecture. :ngressman Bo Ginn campaigning to become Congressman Bo Ginn. Jack Anderson estimated 14,000 cigarettes were consumed for every political campaign conducted in the U.S. during 1972 elections. i 11, llpol.-x M ' " ' -up .4 ' ru .. 14 M ',.0f rwvqx, X 4 I .pi 7 K , I Block Awareness Week Armstrong State College in cooperation with the Black American Movement co-hosted the 1st Annual Black Awareness Week. The event was presented to bring about an awareness of Black Culture :oth in Africa and in the United States. Through numerous displays if art works, clothes, sculptures, and books our goal was accom- alished. The week also provided a chance for the black and the white to :ommunicate through a rap session lentitled - Everything You klways Wanted to Know, but Were Afraid to Askj, and a lecture ay Lorenz Graham, black author of some sixteen books and a for- ner University of Liberia instructor. ' n 1973-1974, look for an expanded program to include black novies, black music, a black fashion show, andca black resident ecture series. Also in the coming year are plans for a Religious Emphasis Week. Hey Alumni, you're invited too. Breaking ground for the new Fine Arts Building which will be com- :leted in 1975 are a host of dignitaries. This ultra-new facility will allow the Cultural Affairs Committee to expand immensely its ser- vices and programs. M Ll. ,nz br -. 'P' 'l ...Q,. T .1 V..- .7, l,l'l -4-T .1-l . tg, -gf ".'Q.'1' 'ef ,,. ,...x, , I..-.,t., ,.A.A,, "-13 .fm ..E'a.?..- '.......- - 'r.' 1. I if f' -ri. ,ff A V., 4 . 4 . J ,- l .9 4 .1 1 ' GIA? L S X vga r . VO ' ' , ' Q Q , ,f 'rn 'Qu 1 2 SC . M fy 's Wk tis- .N it Immediately after snapping this candid shot the Butler was arrested and booked as a Peeking Tom. Remember Donna Dickey? In a previous picture she was caught cheating on her Orientation exam. Well, here she is again, this time preparing to expose herself. 37 I I Pirate Preview U 5 The Third Annual Pirate Preview kicked off the 1972-1973 Basketball season. Remember what Big Al said, "lf this turnout represents apathy on our campus, we need to have a lot more of it." Traditions continue to be established on the still infant ASC campus. -if .1 Tom Jenkins doing his thing. 1' 1 '::Kik.+- I RAT , --M 'fat f . ...J hi I3 '45 '5 131 I Mayor Rousalns, a one time ASC athlete himself, bestows a civic blessing upon the ASC crew. HX' it tvvx 1 'ei s?r ', fx 'll' 6' . ' SLI ,.- ' In .4 N. , sk ,Q . A ,'1- . A ' i- ,A ' Q ,,." Q -. 'Q' . ..li 'ty-. , 'J ' . 4 ' Q I 'A Ani lil . ,I 1.,., . Q 'so 1 iv, ' I Adorning the new Savannah Civic Center are the SQQ " X 1... ws 1972-73 Cheerleaders. el 'L 1739-I .-.- .- -we-wnQ See Sam. See Som pout. Sam's Federal City Panthers got beat. Sam Jones, former great ofthe Boston Celt- ics. F 4. 1 iilfv' t X I I Q 4 V1 l I us., t , f I 'S -up I, 1Lf.zv 7 X Armstrong State College is finally gaining recognition throughout the city, state and even the nation. Much of this publicity must be attributed to the Athletic Program. Remember when the ASC Bookstore was the only place an ASC emblem could be found? Thanks, Mrs. Mitchell lof the Rice Treel for stocking some items that relate directly to our Alma Mater. SGA President Ernie Lorenz developing other talents. Practicing for the pre-game parties. X' - I i 1 P . Q C L 5 , Q 3 L- i Wi- . Mn E I 92 Coach Bill Alexander speaking during the 3rd Pirate Preview. .AT -'GU f--1' , 1 'J Tv- P C1 vcr- "W" ?jn rvgg,, U Yiigt V-L3 ,Mi 1 , FHSYJONC Flratcs V " 15, 3 ga: 1 ff s 9 I . 'L 6 34" ,J 41 : -L- S .3 Qu YN X 'F' .--' if 45,3 435.-I , X " 4 ng 6 g"',,:L', " v , '1' .A '14 Fu ...-f , 5 - Q 54333 ' rig. Nj . 51 ,-rw -4 5.-14 mg- ' .A Z? gn, v if 2417,-55-,rpg .4 X, . 1' --'fgrf - "fel ' " Z 1 - V, fig' sa, .-u .-vu - r ' L,-gm "U .- D91 ' "" "lv 'Tr'T'1.j-Qu -. ,. """l1"'U1l 'I' li THE MISS GEECHEE PAGEANT. Twenty-one girls representing various cam- pus organizations in quest of ASC's beauty title. Three weeks of practice, prep- aration, and anxiety. Preliminary competi- tion. The Judges' Tea. The big night. Tal- ent, Swimsuit and Evening Gown Competi- tion. The ten finalists. Miss Geechee, 1972. Saturday night we honored Annette Wilkins by attending her dance, featuring Liberation. I I i f...::Qg,ZE:x'w,"' - " -4 .-as Q.. 1 " A P- -1-, I I . . A fC i . -w .Z 'Y 5. . xg, 3 T' gm Kb' Q. I '-4 S. 7 ,K ,J-H 'e .5 -an M.C. Doug Weathers interviews ASC Beauty title holders Linda Hodges, Brenda Pnce and Jane Rockwell KV ...D- ? e"q N 43 nit' Need we convince anyone why Annette won? frflf., ff '?f2s- 'I 'J' elf C Guess what country? ll I KJ. us Sure it's pretty, but where is Santa Claus? Around the World in Christmas Trees brought to the ASC campus some 4,000 visitors. The annual Christmas Parade brought the beauty out of the beauties, the beauties out of ASC, and into downtown Savannah. ASC Beauties Annette Wilkins and Lenora Porzio. Linda Hodges escorted by Puff 'n Stuff. Some distinguished entertainers came to the ASC campus during the Winter Quar- ter. Buddy Rich played an impressive con- cert before o screaming crowd in the ASC Gym. Jim Gold, world renowned classical guitarist, instructed o packed house on the secrets of becoming a perfected guitar player. Mr. Gold's concert was, in the least, inspiring. -4-C' if if f ,O br' sl The distinct notes of Jim GoId's guitar and mellow Buddy Rich, fresh from the "Tonight Show" beat the drums to the tune of two standing ovations. voice proved to be o rare combination of musical tal- ont. -+.- A Midsummer Night's Dream, performed by the National Shakespeare Company, warranted more attendance than any other ASC cultural event. Using the facili- ties of the Savannah Civic Center for the first time, the play produced a 2,600 per- son capacity crowd. Performing somewhat of a mod version of the Shakespearean classic the Company quickly gained the V Y N Vg:-N gc.: ? -. v-,. , , Q- 1, Y 5 Q f ' 4, Q., 5 humor and response of their audience. In a year of plays, another chance to play came to town. In a rare appearance lactu- ally a curtain calll came a six to twelve inch snowfall. Let's hope this play's run for the next seven years is in the Yankee Northland where, in l865, it was doomed to exist. " A5 O I Q x Q I 1' Ap 5 C I 4, 1 . pqfv. wx .Vu "Peace, Brotherhood, and Soul" Cindy Vickery equipped with protective Teddy Bear '--Nl Sigma Nu making its Intramural debut. l1 f-f Homecoming Queen Debie Brewer awaits the President's kiss. Frank Bray and Liberation - by for ASC's favorite. V V s s.- ' fe i' li 1. NY. af' I l In e1 ' 9' 4. A I -. n '- Notice this new structure? Pretty hard to miss it. QQURT s-1 ' . Homecoming Float winner tor 1973, christened by the Pikes. THE I Q, Z Remember that fateful SGA election? The most candidates for SGA President ever. A candidate to represent each faction of the student body. An athlete. A military man. The first woman candidate. A veteran. A progressive liberal. And trouble. An opportunist in Solms Hall literally stuffed the box with 56 extra ballots. Scandal. Recount. Re-election. Charges and counter charges. ASC's own little Watergate. lRemember the Watergate?l Finally, after another election, Ernie Lorenz floated to the top of the lake. llake Ashmorel. The voter turn-out - l8'A,. Embarrassing again. The lowest voter turn-out for a maior election in four years. 6 7-fx' A n. , W ,4- o v-1 W1 .Mbi- QA? Thanks to Dr. Tom Fuller for the First Resi- dent Film and Lecture Series. He put a lot of time and effort in an attempt to interest students in his African Civilization courses. Thanks again to a most supportive faculty member. l I f i ' ' ...fi Dr. Thomas Fuller That wild man, Joe Savage. Erie. Weird. Joe Savage tries instigating fear into his audience. He did o damn good iob. El'1OU9l1 is 9f'l0U9l'1, Joe 50 , -ix .fi , - s so -' to - , sr-."""w , f.. ' " "' "' ' " 214.0 1 ' gl . -ifx " A -Q-' 'v"i',3'.. .fn--1 5.-, 'f ryfsts'-J.v'.,' "' 1 4-I -Qfn 541, ,-A v i'A YN ' ' - f.-:",1:f."'- "'.'.Tff4i . 'fii"":'1:li3i- - ' 3 " 11 r'f.':51ff+: i":?4QJi-L-2 a ' Tx-',1 P" ' 7 Bimam Wood plays the Beatles. ASC Baseball posts best record ever. Combining o love for baseball with a love for sun- shine. - 11 f Qii--.1 -- """N xx 'Wi -L 'tie' 1-4 f ,fu C . ' x 9' ,A nn: . F ':'7"""l"""i' S-1:'a"""s 4 ' my i -.. nf e- - A , 1. S 'w 1 " . H 1 W Y x ' j X F f ' 'Xia -X . I :Q i 'i X .,. ' . ' ' ' I ,agp-"""' . ii ,i k x i . A . c., i . , S fzfn M I 2 , N f ll: L' ! ' " . - .fqgch .1 M ' A H: . ' 1 A I ' un-O gd V . u A. .. ..Tf:...'- 'I' A , .,, Phi Mu's Swimming Team views their competition. Alpha Gams take the game quite seriously. . :Eg is -1 : cv' 1 j ,I 4 y 1 Caged by Spring. What happens during the Spring, 12:30 the campus is deserted. Know why? At 1:00 o'cIock the Beach opens. Plenty of time for softball, tennis lever try ta get an ASC court?l, swimming, funtime, U.S.A. Then you gotta sweat the grades. Graduation gets closer and closer. Q 1 Q: . Lf F l 1 '45 5 fi '? ' ..' he , X J lf? A - , ,1 f ' - 1- f Wa Jncle Sam, 1973. lafting Beth Brannen. Dan Baisden. Terrific character portrayal of Snoopy. ' N. S k I 1 N - N, .I 5, ' J' X ' W - r-12: -. I .hw-lu: ' 'in'-, l -. l z - xr-1 -' if , 5 TQ? 5-Y . .Q 1--5 5,5 1 -rv lffiffffwlfgl ASC's Woiling Wall, The sights ond sounds of Spring. The Beach. The Pool. Ton. Bleached Blonde Hair. Hot. Humid. Porties. Party for this - party for thot. Graduation. Party for this - party for thot. 1 I -nr -guns. It won't be long, Beth. T "k..s, I, A Nl , 9 .f 3 5 in f T N'T WHO' wh you soy? Party for thai. X D K. Party for this X 9 gg N 11-7' 1 -Z li X. e q:.N'.' "- 'S' ,Q .1,. rx K 'Q I +A- I N . Q v-,Al 2' w ,Mn ' 1 Graduation Dance, 1973. The 7th Annual Luau. yt' -qv 3" .v-'CNE i, Ks. Q, ,fa S 1 xi E ss- .g"- '-Q' '- a- ii-" "' I K l' 1 -1' 'l .. . N2 '- ' " . ' . Q.,-,-A . .D -Q., , .. . W- -1 Dance to the music. M- is 5 Ever go to the Luau? No? Oh, yeah! Almost everybody works during the sum- mer. Great food. Entertainment. Decor. Fun. Not everybody works. Last year over 800 people attended. What happened to the apathy. Come on, ASC, make up your mind! S l .bla 1, T' A-A' 5 sNQv 5 s f .W . Ui' ful .'J - ' ' o er 'flea r sl P Inf L' I I :FJ 'I 'I v 1, . n,f'Q- ' N - J . . , x ' 1 -. A Q 4 , , . .H 'I 'lain i A , ., V A Qnly The Beginning ' u v ff '. p. -- gf .ri .' .1 .. Hi, ffm--5 - YG. . Naih u' I x S v x.. X x 0, ll A . in SP . I u Tka- 1 -V. ,, V l xxfl! X . BEAUTI ES a 5 -1 --A 1 .K- I 1 1 v .M-J ii " A " "H U N f' 7, and-'P""?'l' k l' -1 ' i 1 Y' Q ' 4 I M ' L ' 1 I J v :fe w- . , l 1- Y i' '. 1 ' A 'Qi' .fb . ,, ,I ':-A Z,fQf.- fjgu n x' 1 . wx- -. ' "' 1 'ir fx , ,5 V - ' . ' 3 0' F'-.J w 1 , .- .E . , 4 1 Tv: .- 2 3 5 ,gg ' if 1 ffw- . r X' E I . QQ X 'V' n f f 3 I ' X A uf, 112 1 1 fl: ,Y 1 il is'- L M514-' ' jsgii i ' + 1 H ' Y gf I 4' F ggj 4: ' 5-vt ' L g 4, an -Q2 J J "' W' 'A S 52- :fQSA 4- ' v ., 'V - .. m . egmrf , , .ITE ,. tnx CW ff sang, ' 'wa' 'W - f in ,m 15? x X x . X, ff' 1 , V cw ss -.ffm . 'P Y L55 -vig 9. 1 , "Xl -1. N j 1 A V A 5 A L . u ' ' Y ' ' I ,.. . xi J ' l 5:39 in ! ' 'Q f ' Ax I' Y - wx? ,.t. 4 , L -...,L'vv.M rn , . I ' 311 f -L . U Contest Begins :QQ I 4 for Miss Geechee Hb, M x l,.p',' . r f' ' Pogeont f' 'ffsgii , Armstrongs i972-73 annual Miss Gee chee Pageant was held on November IO, -' I 1972. Ncrvousness brought on by antici pation filled the atmosphere. Twenty con testants participated in talent, swimsuit and interview competition. Oopsl Geechee Pageant gudge, Mrs. MortuClarl1e, conversex with contestants. I 'S' N-fx .4- af.,,,,- ' , i fi! ' Contestant Nancy McTeer shuts eyes for a perfect line. 4 V5 ' x ' 13' R379 K xx I All-.4 hffn in-QN5 it 9 'J tttt, Sandy Chavers and Hilary Buzas discuss iudge sweeping tactics. , 4,03 'bfi up Debbie Shexnayder gets a closer look. Carol Dempsey practices stance. I f 'ur' Ad: .. ,K NNY.. S Contestants Display Talent The talent competition was a most intri- guing part of the pageant. These girls rehearsed for hours in hopes that they might perform as a semi-finalist on pag- eant night. Pictured are but a few of the Miss Geechee talent displays. l Miss Delores Knight -I' Q Miss Annette Wilkins Miss Lenora Parzio Miss Carole Dempsey Miss Cindy Vickery " v J l .'- - J- i , .NPN X' - X Miss Beth Brannen - -A A. -. ly" - -f .I Kai ' . x J' " . .D y 1 . if i A? 1 -Q ,M We L .s ,.-v ii Miss Nancy McTeer A-4 IN I x Miss Kathy Huskisson Miss Sandy Chavers Xv xv ,. 1 '13 '.'Z K V. F 5 5. ll 'IF 5' 0 : 1: no -. 0 - I0 0 : ri ,. .5 v Mi' x,. Miss Jan Blitch l - Li. ia-1. lm The Critical Decision. . . Any viewer of the pageant would admit that iudging was an extremely difficult task. With Master of Ceremonies Douglas Weathers to ease nervousness, the iudges' outcome was well-received. L Master of Ceremonies Douglas Weathers introduces Miss See Georgia First, Linda Hodges lleftl, Miss Savannah Brenda Price lcenter rightl, and Miss Geechee 1971-72, Jane Rockwell irightl. K? 91' ' " li-- "f.1- .247 'f ' . , it .A -41 1 Judges Jim Weeks, Jeff Stecluoth, Dr. Sharon Lord, and Marti Clark display curious expressions while viewing the contest. l A I r i i i 53 if ,z l A salute to Miss Geechee 1971-72, Jane Rockwell 3 nav Y '1 s Douglas Weathers speaks casually with Eileen Peterson. The bathing suit competition . . . ' X' 1' v ,tl gr C' 'i fill' JT ,I 1 " A l "" Nag, ,- J? Ni I .W,. T...,.,,, t I V .l 'X I' --...M ' fi' " " -L THE TEN MISS GEECHEE FINALISTS: Beth Brannen, Kathy Huskisson, Anne Bergdohl, Debbie Thacker, Nancy McTeer, Lenoro Porzio, Annette Wilkins, Eileen Peterson, Carole Dempsey, and Hilary Buzas. , n ..'. .'v,. . .'1 .f 'vi .2 X U 65 x I .. 9 Q. J .85 4 .V X rf 'fn' J f., 'L "ff . .ax -Q L ,Jw yt- J NY , is 5 A ' 2 A 5. hai, W iff' kgiif' ' . 4 , 5 4 J., Xx -X., .f 1, 3 -R -.1,u Miss Annette Wilkins Annette Wilkins, c pretty, petite Junior, was sponsored by the Athletic Deport- ment. She is majoring in elementary edu- cation. Annette represented Armstrong in the Miss Georgia Pageant this post sum- mer. The moment of onticipotion. . . . . .comes true. ,, 5:2335 i .A , .. X. Miss Goochoo 1973 is crowned by Jane Rockwell, Miss Geechee I 97 2. gif i I 1. - I.- . 3-0--no-'SY'. i -D ,his ,li-JIJQQISQ 5: ' N S9'."""-"4l'9l- .44 L Q 7 ---v -'fitv ' 'L K 1,-..',, JT? s. 'taxi'-' 11Y"',,- 'Q I 'S . ' , E A t 1 f tx. ' ' ' iff .a9'W'9""' ' 'ix' ,Ia 4 ' Ihr-"' . ff 91 ,p " I A . Q-.D 3 Hsu' ...Ta ' .1 5? .I LU.. gif 7.15: . - .-K x MISS GEECHEE 1972-73 I H , ' ' .1 Im' T51 Runner-Up MISS LENCDRA PCDRZIO V YV '-s-i N... 'g 'ff' J, 1 , if . ' ' . ,I x 1 .111 xg? ' ja' 5 . 42352, 1, ff f "i-x'. al Yxpl-'lu7v':"J Nwknli ' A' ' I' 'wf'.sff K 1-1 ' , '.-'AA C! 1 w , X , H. if , 'ar-Ng.', Q x. .'5' Ll.',l1fy nigga J V . 'I 'I vt-' r' i 1'-, 5 A-'43 Q fisw -. 5- ,'Sg,,. .qv- Qw HQ. Q. 11. A . Ti 3 I-f .g .r I wr ,x , nl. 'l sl ' JL -r-. nf- rx 'W s.'. ,P v- " A. s... .1-. f if ff' D fl ',, " ,av x is in. 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I 5 X-4 IJ ' o 'T A - 4th Runner-Up MISS EILEEN PETERSON X V Q 4 s .47 PQ Q , ATHLETICS ptr Q! l'o ns 1 1571 Q0 ra f -if' 11 gl- moz, f J: PIRATE BASKETBALL TT WLM vw- -, .",. 1-' '."' L., , .'-Q,-ig -V 5 , ?. . Q :XJ-'. .RI '.. xl 1.3:-Dv" . I972-I 973 PIRATE SQUAD iq li' QQ? V 4 -4. 1.5 'I' . ""x NO. I4 BRAD BECKER NO. 43 SAM BERRY NO. 32 CHARLIE CLARKE NO. 44 RON HANCOCK SENIOR SOPHOMORE JUNIOR P IN? NO. 40 TOM JENKINS NO. 54 ERNIE LORENZ NO. 42 ELIZAH POWELL SENIOR JUNIOR FRESHMAN pr .-fm NO. 22 CURTIS WARNER NO. IO ROGER WEBER NO. 20 IKE WILLIAMS SOPHOMORE FRESHMAN SOPHOMORE S55 NO. 34 KEN TALBERT 3 JUNIOR 6 :,.f,gh. M A fr? Z NO. 24 DARRELL WILSON SENIOR PIRATES RUSH HEADLCDNG INTO SMASHING SEASGN Jump up, .lump up, Ge! ui, Ge? :OI vw 59 ,y 33 I I I . A lihle less spectacular than usual, buf even so, Ike is true os ' ! GOAL: To improve on the l97l -72 record of 20-6. 9 4. .5 Freshman Roger Weber played well, filling in Q.. ll Y for iniured Brad Becker. How does a basketball team improve on a 20-6 won-lost record? Easy. Play a tougher schedule, win more games, and accept an invitation to the NAIA District 25 Playoffs. And that is exactly what the l972-73 Armstrong State College Pirates proceeded to do. With a group of experi- enced seniors, some mature sophomores and a couple of talented freshmen, l5OO loyal fans, four months of grueling prac- tice, sweat, and work, it was a simple rou- tine. """'l' 'F' 1' 355335-F' 'f ""'f'1 -1'l" "k.-B., 9 fi s. Nez... , 34,1 ,, ,. - . y- rri, if f r""""---r""'i P-'ww aff --:- . 1 fi Mffk- 'seas J fini.. Y z 'nit' . gcfggvai v-:rn 'Cyn i 1.1 11 fa S' 'N' A bl vagal' Y ,I I lyk! -Q' lr-r L 54' , H, ij t " " sf-i is its Q Q AJ"IlIf'.1 Y' g gg 'g -Q me of is 'lf' 355 -9, -'A' '3 A 'ci ' - . ' , if-ff , - I I , ' S! X. S l .-v '."Q. vx..AA:'. it -2 5 L A2 X? 4 s wing-an-nf. A- . I 1 .X S vxs X - , Always hustling Charlie Clarke sneaks in for quickie. 5 1 .4 . b . - - 5 , - A. .-ga.---..w.,.-. A THE as f ' ' - - .. 'il ,L J l' Terrific fryl 1. vw- A HIGHLIGHTS Roger beats the SSC press as ASC wins the city championship. How about the opening game of the Shriners' Invitational Basketball Classic. ASC vs. cross town rival Savannah State, the first of many grudge-matches. SSC iumped ahead 23-9. Looked bad. Who is No. 42? Good-sized lad. In the next I6 minutes 442, Eliiah ISonnyl Powell very calmly turned the tide to the tune of a 46- 44 half-time lead. The Powell era began. Put it in text with the Sam Berry era, the Ike Williams era, and the Skippy Hancock era, and before long one realizes this team has some eras and some talent. The firm of Powell, Berry, Williams and Han- cock nobly executed a basketball victory over SSC 92-82. PIRATES BOMB NETS EGR A SERIES OF VICTORIES 'FA V ' . nff ,xxx WJCL sportscoster, Frank Block posigome interview with big Som. llf Z . I 'B The poise of f h S CFO. --ri i V---Q - I T' ' 'x . Q, If 4: 1 I yP n Q 2 S O hd tibf th Christmas. Santa Claus. Peppermint Sticks. Mistletoe. NAFBHT. For the second year, our corps traveled to Norfolk, Vir- ginia to participate in the 8-team Navy Amphibious Force Holiday Basketball Tournament. A couple of biggies came, too. Troy State University, the All-Navy Team SUBLANT, and Federal City College lRemember their cool Sam Jonesi. ASC outclassed maior Troy State 94- 87. Skippy Hancock threw in everything but the towel, amazed himself, his coach, his teammates, and at the end of the tour- nament, his capacity crowd. Klhlllflfy rs V, Q Skippy skids to stop on fast break. ln the semi-finals, against the All-Navy SUBLANT lSubmarine Force of the Atlan- ticj, the All-ASC team depth-charged 'um to death and floated onto a stunning I I2- 68 victory. Skippy continued to dominate the offense but had sincere and good- willed competition from Ike Williams who not only scored 24 points, but also drove right through the keyhole of a locked dressing-room door to the astonishment of a slow-working locksmith. Sam Jones, who played for the Boston Bruins or somebody, was happy to have his Federal City Panthers play the Pirates. 'i .' . gs I., Qi" Easy win, he thought. Ha. Ha. Skippy and lke didn't have any worries except some sincere and good-willed competition from Sam Berry. ASC lucked-up and humiliated the proud Panthers 82-68. Sam, Skippy and Ike were selected All-Tournament Players and Skippy was named Most Valu- able Player. Just as heroic in the grueling three-day ordeal was Charlie Clark, Dar- rell Wilson, Sonny Powell, Roger Weber, and Ernie Lorenz, who played exception- ally well in reserve rolls. Merry Christmas. O1 an l s history ASC Agi yr" info? , EU ,tary brought ta Savannah the , Lssi-e :ist ot toes and resulted in st rmpresswe -ist ot victories in .ery casually, in a ' .tm span, detected Mll, Bucknell Uni- srt, and the Uniyersity of Wisconsin. We twat Bucknell 70-67. Bucknell Then ASC faced Campbell College. This C bell soup was too thick, so some amp Pirate punch was added to thin it out. Campbell College was poured dawn the re drain, 95-80. Sam Berry managed to sco a modest 37 poin ASC player to score l .OOO points. lBasket- the other three? ts and became the fourth Remember Federal City, Sam Jones, the Panthers. Yeah, that's the crowd. Berry didn't like them. He scored his l,OO8th reer point and snatched his 645th ca , rebound, Roger Weber didn't like them either. Sam Berry + Roger Weber + dis- ' - K the like 2 victory over F.C.C. 97 85. eep ball rollin'! Note , J - beat Georgia Southern by four points. ball Quiz: Who were Guess why Georgia Southern won't play Danny Stell l97O, David Rich l97O, and us? Robert Bradley l972l Skippy trucks on in for two, f. ov -"' sl Oh '6 .q I r me -cf N'-A. "' .. 11-I 4- . 4 l H -san-llgjllllii Q. 1 5 v Y Think back to the snow of 1973. What der's College gym, ASC "cooked" for AO were you doing? Well, the Pirates were minutes and emerged to the blizzard, playing the nation's Number One defen- stuck bus and comforts of a 76-71 victory. sive team. ln the comfort and heat of Lan- What happened to that defense? 7 P all Wt 7 in M1 I I 411 'D .h A ,gztif Q I ri, "?'f, 1 W. it n' 4 it , I 5 ' 'i Q I if - , At. . - ..... I . 4 Q W 1-I I 1 Cheerleading has its rewarding moments. Ike routinely makes a spectacular move. 2 1 " """ Y" I s , I WHOOSH. The support of the masses. C' 55" 89 J ,FJ-'1 vid' 1"llr ARMSTRONG Ll PERIOD ,Q BONUS "g"H,PllYfR'f0Ul ' 5 mu fouls v .. Mayor Rousakis awards Kiwanis Bowl Trophy. Guess who won the Kiwanis Bowl! 1972-73 BASKETBALL RESULTS Asc opp. Score Opponent Score 92 Savannah State College 82 67 Samford University 71 81 Southern Tech 68 69 Oglethorpe University 68 83 Valdosta State College 89 83 Unity College 51 86 Tusculum University 63 94 Troy State University 87 82 Federal City College 68 83 Bryant College 72 90 Mass. Institute of Technology 68 70 Bucknell University 67 78 Univ. of Wisconsin lLaCrosse1 72 95 Campbell College 80 81 Augusta College 104 78 St. John's University lMinnesota1 51 89 Valdosta State College 103 97 Federal City College 85 95 Oglethorpe University 70 76 Lander College 71 86 Florida Tech 70 96 Augusta College 79 94 Southern Tech 68 80 Florida Tech 74 79 University of South Florida 90 NAIA District 25 Playoffs 83 LaGrange College 87 ASC BASEBALL Borvom, L-R: Linn Burnsed, Steve McNeill, Wendell Smith, Tommy Bumgardner, Mike Higgins, Jerry Graham, Larry Crawford, Roy Smith, Norman Lulen, Warren Heller. Second, L-R: Ricky Coleman, Bill Smith, Gregg Sharpe, John Snelling, Chuck Thomas, Lawrence Maner, Jim Harle, Jim Cooper, Pa! Holland, Coach Tom Kinder. Third, L-R: Coach Roy Sims, Trainer Glenn Arnsdorff, Bruce Coleman, Jimmy Sikes, Mark Mamalakis, Coach Tommy Swinford, Bobby Beebee, Gary Black. JI. 6 04 N ui I . i ,- "' N-Fm' I "" ' f ' ' J ' kb ...xi ' ., 'uf L- 1-1:4 ' i 'Q M . 3' ,.. J'r.v, 5 ' . - A ' W Q 'ff r 1 I . in If ' - , V , 'I I Q 'yy-4' .. 'H ul , 1 - Y' .vgxl ',! in ,'x- ' 'V',' ,jp ' . ' Q XUU . Y 0 as u .9 a t Q Ehy. -f',. . NL ' Y Lyvfl 1 I.: 1 A 1 R 1 , ..w. .. , , V h n Q-. 6 t Q K-an 4 it E. dw lhwzkk. 1 55-Tr? sul ,. L-'I!t', All , fl .i P V " - 4' . -gx , , M ilk ' J .,x Y.. 5 ,u. ..,..1. -.'-- 1- -' 3 . Q ' ' 9' , f ,, ' X , 5 A 1 .. 5' ' 5. va ri u I ' YQ' t 1. , ' 04. ,A , . A - v r' 1 , . a .5 Q 4 ,. :AK - I .5 1 ,ii Q -4093 p - '5- if . - 1A wc J x , 5 '. , x, .4 9 Lx 1- ,LA , paw I I - ,, I Q ,H , . i I W V s , ' ' it - 'uw 5 'A' l1'.v' In ' '. ' kr '- I .!Q?", . - ' A1 :gg - 4. ' f D, H fv iq, L 4,1 I I 1 ,J ,, , , , ' ' ' I ' 4-' " f.f'f'." Q' "e- 4 , Pt " ,gf if 1c9', 10's-"if,Q" 'U .. .,,,ff PKI, ,A 'ir ,. an ,., , D ., rw, ,Ni I , . -' K ,' ' Ax 'I '.1. ,fi " , . , .i i ge-in ., 771. I. ' J 1 ,. ' , 3' . Qi - fs' v. V4 5 ' I ,!sl.L-'L . 1 - - W ' ' gf N do I . ,N .f 5: f-M 1 -1.7 ' - ., ---, - ' wi Q 'I ", f' 'fe' rzj' flu . ,J . Q w. w s. ' - -l fx . , ,Vg it 1, ,li :ul P Q 4 - - ' ' ' .,' ' - --' . . . wx ' XXQL7 . 1 ' N' gi Trng? Q asia Q5 it-viii 5 tl - -K' , ', ' f, 'AQ . . x sr- Q - I AJ: vm LL- I I A .N g l : ' ,-5 1-. fl :XP ' 55 -Q 4 -R ,- .J 1 N 4 ' S in S- x,. X of- - 4 ,lil D 1 , T ,vi di "4 ' .J A . Q . -. bg ' 1 lu ' ,a Q 1:0---"Kr-o-Nov!--gpm . 49 n . 2 ,. nrt. . ' 1 Cl X ' 5 A 9 . km. . . G , 1 vs 0 V 1 0 X BASEBALL l973 Congratulations to Coach Tom Kinder With maior Baseball teams competing on and the 1972-73 Baseball Pirates. Even the 1974 schedule, coupled with the com- with minimal support, the Pirates still prod- petition of the South Atlantic Conference, uced their best year ever. With a talented the challenge is great. Will the potential group ot Iettermen returning, it looked like produce progress? See you at Gnat Field the Baseball slump at ASC had ended. for the 1974 opener. Jqgf f : ' 44 . g aff 'l 1 .1 i l f .fi ' l Mike Higgins during Fall Game with Georgia Southern. -401 ., H 1v.'A1. JU 0:-4 . 1 -, -Cs-buffs ki ,,,, i, You gotta want it. 94 Linn Burnsed slides under the tag ot the directions of Tom - 4 ' Beytogh. , a ' 0 - - -9 wr D. ' ' . -, New , ' gf. A '35 A' .-.- ' f J X ,, .41 L' , QNNSAXAL- incl 'w,"... ' Q- 0' 5. N- is 'L ' iv,-if I Best wishes to First Baseman Mark , Mamalakis who became only the second L ASC Baseball Player to letter four times lDennis Pruitt was the only otherl. Good luck Mark, and thanks for the many thrill- ing plays, the hustle, and the displays of good sportsmanship. i " ' J- A T .' .a f Y -l .57 1. y 9 " x - ' -' 7 .i ' ,' ' A . - . ,. . Dun-hos' ve-.-4--I-' c- A' . - .- -- -'E - .v-42---. - f . x xg is l., , 3.1. 1,-0 "f .I 3,-'Q' J 1:7 .5 "Vg: :ik -."". ..f"" " l Q -'O - W "' .- ,':. ,' H A h'?ii': - ., ' 5 ' , 1... gt' f V I .5 . . .N . 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He's either hurt or it's another lost contact lens. - All-Star Mamalakis practices those fancy tags. 95 I 972-73 BASEBALL RESULTS ASC Opp. Score Opponent Score 2 Wabash College 3 9 Wabash College 5 O Morris Harvey 2 5 Morris Harvey 4 5 Southern Tech 2 IO Southern Tech I I 5 Glassboro State I0 I The Citadel 0 5 Baptist College 7 0 Voorhees College 2 6 Voorhees College 2 I 3 Western Connecticut 2 I0 Western Connecticut 4 3 Savannah State College O I8 Oglethorpe College 0 9 Oglethorpe College I 4 Valdosta State College 3 3 Valdosta State College 7 I4 Voorhees College 4 I Lyndon State 0 I Lyndon State 0 I Lyndon State 0 2 Augusta College I O Augusta College 2 I Lyndon State 0 I Lyndon State O I Lyndon State O O Augusta College 5 I Augusta College 6 9 The Citadel 8 3 Furman University I5 3 Furman University 7 8 Savannah State 3 96 Records were mode 'ro be broken . , . 4. "ie Mark tees off. Como on, baby. 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' V' f' -A. f f ' 4, . , S ' X . nf 7 If f I Y I, . A IO' V . ,, I' . ' -g If f, N . ,l 4.3, A r 'mmf' , 1 NJ E' PV, J f .Uh 'hav W. Y.. '. ,I 7. ,xi-4 1' ,I -fx." IN X I, .NI 8, Y V . r . Af' . gg . 1 -. . C 5 4 f ' 1 -v , yrs ,sf ,f A ,, . ,igg - -1. Q. , , ' - fi V -. ' N .af r A if f r r , 'f- - -.ff A 9, W Y' fs? ,rfnblf-.WQ.a4n L I' , 4 0. A y KJ. at ,,,,, Q gl .W 9 it A 'J 1' V r 0 Avila, ir., "Hr',,,,,if2,5 3. 1, ,rf VQh...'-- CJ" v w- if f- A-" f' A' . bww f " ' A " ' U Larry Crawford chases an errant throw. 97 J Golf Team Shows Signs of Success Jimmy Sfrickland purts for por. L4 If 1 do-0 'fe 4- 1 SLI: gf' - .ng- - .. f-':ii'g'3'!'J'ef . -'.- 5 iii?-, '- we 'J' fi? . .' ,44 ' IIA. gf' v , f',,,4-" ' 1. .4-.' ?'Q,,'.?.,j'1'jsg'k':ty-7. .,.v , , .-.. - Z- 'fuk J,m. I ASC Coach Sion Sommom ond Oeom fearfully wail for Vice President Spiro Agnew to fee off. T "I Q . . .4 , . . wi.. '. 4 i i an TWO v .19 ao'.,, , s- '58 .fx 3-::'.lxj.2l-QC. .M'.,g"x,. C 'ffrtsa ' ' 'i ' , v. n. .' . 1 5, ns., L' Q.: ASC Captain Chip Chambers chips. Cody McCarthy's lBeIls and alll concentration is not :affected by the flash bulbs. After enioying a tremendous start and defeating Golf-rival Purdue, the ASC Golf- ers met a season-stopper in the form of NCAA regulations. The talent has shown and maybe in 1974 the NCAA will get its stuff together. Tom Carlise lines up an eagle putt against rival Purdue. This twenty-footer has Bob McCIorion o little shaken l BCDWLING TEAM ,fe lz ,557 :cy IJ-2 uf. l H an , H5 Z s .Y XX l X, 4 - 1 xx. . X Smndfng- Lovry Beasley, Gary Calhoun, Dowd Hovchluss, Vuc Martin. Kneeling: Norris Montague, Gary Beasley, Gary Filas. No! picfured: Coach George Bedwell, John Edwards l IOO X X X . 7 lx ll Nx TRACK TEAM SPHIJ DEAD END I -- -1 , a '? 1. ,- f 1 Q f r L 4, -, -55' ,,,.,i"""!'r'wc-. 1 RQ D" V t , ln' c i. -, 'Qs - .MW :jg ,. , 4 X " ' .v iff '75,-' 'Y'-fr W - , ' ' ' .' 175'I'.,,-an 'fm' "f ' - - 45, . 4, 1 ,,,l ,5.z"' 15,2 -. ' B q W-"2 A tu. mf, ' pqvl' at , ,af , , , " , ' Q ' 12,1 X - ' . 1 -1 'U : 1-4, -f - ' , 1 x , . .V gi lg, W N. eww .. gtg' Q x Ala E., -N :FK gig ,mf P f'-1 A - .,,"rf ,' , tn' h '..,I 94-f",,+'ff,-:, W 4 . ak ' ,l.,,.4,A1...A 44,49-i',,d1-:5r1g,4k f., - ,, 816152 xfriffrf +?f1-ffi1f2flEi1i2g,,l1T1.R,i1g' f,:f-Vf'f,,?2 23 A A , f ' M. ,, 45,2 " , mama A, lr ' A . f 4,,1Agvdg4,i,,?1 :I fr, ,J ,av ,X if wg I if , t . ' 1, n, . - f. -'frm , fliwff-frail -I W , ,A , f ' .W H 3 'f ' .- , , may I ' 1f.mu.miEB?44ww1e4,1.fmt!! lr!" ff" Coach Strat'ton's runners break 20 mph record. Tracksmen almost complete run. ' 'rf 'ffl' X .W : cf' S- , W A 6 x t ,I , A ef 3:-ff Y ' ' J t I f . r- ' Q Ard ent citizen obeys traffic regulations. DEAI END nf Sn-- 1 +16- Undoubtedly, SURE really works. rd ,,. -J! ,b,, nqma Vi, 'Ns ,, ..,,. ng,-1.3. .Nz , UC. S' fr-":' " -- INTRAMURALS gov 5' A .-x N J it gc 8 Y fl' -nv' In-G -ff da G'-Y O-+41 ft! 4" '40 C' 1- i .ssffgih nxli- 2,4 Y xii 2 .,l -' 'Y'-Any l K 'W ' l ' - ' "lv I ' , ' X- i I V. is-a l':"4eln-:. isrlivai-ff' 1 .0 'ffl'-ij? ' ff' 'fo ' ' - f'u"- ,fi JA S ' ' I - ' .cm fbi".-nf 1' 102 W?-2. 11v"' w,'5, VIL! 151, . we -Q X 72 Football is o game of violence. Even when it's Women's lntromurol Football. mv' . .- N ff I ' ly, 'ji is , ', 'af .sf x T , . . Q f ,. . N - :SVA EA., X ,mi h W 1 .Vv.,., 19, W I-l.:, 7,2 1..'95nDJ:: E ' 54 - ye , nu.. ',,1 ' -I f':.- . - HH- VA. J "'.',,. .N 1.7 .Y .V . . , 1 . ,,L,iJ'oh, QM... . ' -. . - . ' .nr . 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A i-'ffl 'SLSAQQIY ' ffl- I-'fff in QBFYLQ- 711rW.2::,ff,,f1'q.:,Qji,g exif: Y A . 'v5"'.J AL- Q va.-5 .a.aex':W'l?9f3 EVQUQ gfi:.:.1 W. 1 A gL3i:.-:. Poinl 1' M. -"'-5' """zw5". A V 1 .,, 1 ' fm'-J - 'mf sw:-'SQA ., vi' X 'Hr NA!" '--Q. vii , , 9 ,, ,, ,I M l7':.'.Z1i'.- iv- 1. il 3? ,- , . , I . i " s - 1 A ' ' 'NJ ' H , ' l YT f - - -,-Qi?-'i .b 2 Q A - n ' ." , . Furyl Shyness? --www f "-', . !f '91, NL, ' .I- . X ' if-wr s- ..x , y v . '- h"'4.-,1auhm- ax ' .S,-4-....4- X?iflQl 103 Frustrationl A Students Provide Rugged Competition 4 The goys of Coaching ore shown by David Green. Believe it or not there ore only two teams on this court. . -'7 ' i if See Steve Spike. See people flurry. Volleyball is such o sedate, relaxing sport rv-ll, , L71 The addition of Water Polo, a Tennis Club, Ping-Pong, and Half-Rubber made our quarters filled with excitement and thrills. AMN . .. A1 Qs! I T, ri Boikdbol' is U n0"'C0n70d 5P9"7 Tremendous style, grace, and form. or Women's Lib come to ASC Campus. ul. i 105 , I' 6' 7 V Milan What will the Fall ot l973 bring? More Sports. More Expansion But best ot all - Football. """l"' in 13:2- Crf SQ Guess why Volleyball had such good crowds. Baseball styles ha h g d d bly 1:51-xlrt .v'?w -i"""'- 1... - f 32? X 5 M,,.f"" The ASC Open Intramural Ping Pong ina s. -' s O8 Cheerleaders .4 Joe Bravo Hiliary Buzas Hope Felton Kathy Fogarty Mike Higgins Debbie Thacker Mike Waters Annette Wilkins Mrs. Sylvia Pettyiohn, Adviser , . 5 -4.,- ...abd . ' P .K-, . , 1- Y q .' "1 'EQ' '-3' L". 'U' "". ' -3 1 X N .f ,.:k: 1 10, A "ff -. . ."ff""'Q-,Q x,,,.r ' ,'j . l l ' Q , t A r .. -V - l 6 V. HM, Mr . ..., 'I '32 1 ' . 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A' 1 .Iv 1 n,,. x ,mg ., in '-ei 6 -9 "0 li I " ef wb 5-1--1,0 - .-.. f--H9-M 1--1.--' - 15 ,,a'K .ns- -'14, Hiliary Buzas :KY git' 1 .13 -A. 1 Pi'--5, .15 fl ' A'-1, Kathy Fogarty S'-A .. -.W- IQ!-Ira. uk J. . fl O K C3 111'-Q Y 'QQ uI"'f The ASC B u cc 0 n e e rs Cindy Dismukes, Paula Boon, Kim Durden, Anne Dismulxes, Julie Newsome ldena Wnlliams, Sharon Wallace, Bombs Fuvch, Debbie O'ConneIl, Janice Reynolds. .b-i f .L iii! V ii.: xX Aary Ann Mallory, Elanor Patton, Susie Langston, Beth Brannen, Theresa Rahn. Sandy Brady, Nancy McTeer, Cindy Vickery. OFFICERS: Captain . . . Co-Captain . . . Treasurer .. Historian . . . Advisor .. Janice Carter, Melinda Murray, Minnie Duhart, Delores Knight . . . .Theresa Rahn . . .Delores Knight . . .Eleanor Patton Mary Ann Mallory .Mrs. Sandi Haas I-1"-' Pi!! oRc3ANuzATuoNs i .. .,.4 .pax- ll f-Q' - .-In Q7 pf' 'fffg' M2 ' :Zip ' 0' 94 D x 45 I 1, '7"" fi O xii r 4-A I ff , . xx , is Larry Bonner Susan Branche Mary Ellen Carter Judy Ernst Ed Fogarty Student Senate OFFICERS: President ...... President Pro-Tem Secretary ..... Nancy Grant Doris Hagan Susan Kennedy Lenora Porzio Russ Rawlings Jon Reimer Michael Rochefort Sharon Sullivan Les Taylor Tom Walsh Ed Vinson F . Steve Melton . . . .Jerry Spivey Beth Fogarty litlusq hug OFFICERS: President of Student Body Billy Bond Vice-President . Secretory .... Treasurer . . . Bruce Anderson David Dickey Terry Dooley Drew Ernsi til sq R. OFFICERS: President Secretary Advisor . . Advisor . Harry Hunter Jane Rockwell Barbara Rosenberg Neil Shernoff Ed Vinson ,ff Af' . . . Bill Richardson . . . ..... Debbie Brewer Dr. Lloyd Newberry . Dr. Morris Whiten United Christians on Campus Dennis Butler Earl Denty Lloyd Gomez Mike Hodge Ci Ci Luce Jean Meyer Kay Singleton Bob Tatum Steve Van Brockle Kay Williamson Reverend Charles Houston Father Fred Niiem Father Way ga 30 11 'Q 1 ., Q I BLQ ERN 55 , 4 I , 1 . 'x I . A S P 5 K A l N L l " 5 " G. 4 3, -. A1 I-U.. iq,- Q.,- Z. 'I IQ "-"-fiiena, Mm l1,uq,a 3. -0 - Q' - IK -Q .-.1 ""-" ' ""'l.lv1 ' mn-q.,,, 1. I. 'llll 555535 -611 -.-Y 'A J'-' :VL 1 Y 4- -.....-W --V - , 4 - l 7 i '---- + l l N . - u 0:13055 hh .LA4 'ttf -... American Chemical Society 14. -Q OFFICERS: Chairman .... Co-Chairman . . . Treasurer. . . Secretary Advisor . . Arthur Andrews Billy Bond James Cooper Ed Garrison Jack Gorlesky Robert Harbs Kelly Hendricks ,J"" George Miller Ernest Mosely Bob Poston Roger Rancourt Bill Richardson Rick Rimedio David Wall fr 45- Denny Medsker . . . .Nancy Grant . . . .Jon Reimer . . .Marsha Gay . . .Dr. Stratton '5"0f J-eg b ,f .1 fi .sr-"'--W ig-if ind fl. W! Baptist Student Union OFFICERS: President ...... Vice-President . . . Secretary ........ Missions Chairman . . Program Chairman . Intramural Chairman Intramural Chairman Campus Minister . . Carl Anderson Gary Black Mary Beam Linda Coleman Corky Corcoran Linda Corcoran Laura Dodd Arthur Estes Sheila Ferrell Linda Futral Roger Hauser Mike Hodge Hassan lllami Tommy Lucan Kay Mock Claude Rivers Joe Rivers Bobbie Sapp Kay Singleton Bob Tatum Cathy Upchurch Linda Von Bergen Sharon Wallace Kay Williamson Cindy Woehst . . .Will Barnes . . . .Les Taylor . Gwen Johnson Rebecca Barnes Nancy Jackson . . Nanci Futrell .Arthur Roberts . . .Dick Ferrell O Block American Movement George Axon Veronica Baxter Sharon Beniamin Shee Bryant Barbara Bush Debra Chism Twila Haygood Joane Hopkins Harry Hunter Altheia Jenkins David Johnson Herman Johnson Otis Johnson Sam Jones Maria Miers Phyllis Postell Janis Reynolds Debra Thomas Mildred Thomas 8 5 . W f .,.., x""": -A -Qu ,Xxx Chess Club OFFICERS: Advisor . . . President . . . Jim Jenkins Sherry Lcmhut Lou Litchfield Steve Melton Jerry Spivey . . . .Dr. Hugh Pendexter . . . . . .Dennis Butler Deha Lambda Adpho v ' 13371:---' ' , Hlggiftz-is .-:I 1'4" ' ""f5"". inns' rf gum x.-A rx val vii: -,"":': c'f-vu:f1lS"""?'?:"i' ,Lg 5' nsusxilf' JV'--"' "b"'f'df,,-W-liq .aaeasauaxl I-'MV1--E-U , ' Hawrin ...ps-5'-1'uc.z -Ja El. illE.'!DP1l.lC" s'.lel -.,:!-8111 1r.a.u..ansrulu.uuizuvlilnwst! 5-gg"J'51?iCll"i nr.-uinlllliii 1.n:1:nws:14lz:ita'mofwx!lHQ no il!!!-"9l81lld1w1 in:.arr1'a-an-..uL..1!lF'Lhd rll: r -1lbZil'lE1Q:il1ikf 35114, Fl! 31? '1!',1d'Z.- I Cam'n.onnn'rl-up c1lW'li9!'I1a- 'lltllfifulz' 1:11111 I wvnuell-.alnslics , . 111114 l'iv'YlB1El1.'!l'.'.ElK' Y I Ilu.slraunarur'.f. scrub! 0:2111 i11l!3nllr'.r!rr9n-.a4v'- L-lil l5llKEiXlCXl'i- q 5. , , , . I ' . r Q L. . .. -, in --I Y . Q'-Trl: sg.. vault , go 7' 'x L . , 4 I, . I 4 t 1 5 P ' qua Beth Brannen Carol Joe Brooks Polly Bush Hiliary Buzas Debbie Cameron Kathy Fogarty -36 WQE- .I-" ',,,45py5- l'-SIRC" '1 Lfvlk. I ' 'tai QHWW'-L' .c,,-4a3.'- V IWW f "Ja :Ns 1 F2 FI li 122 I -iii V ' A. xx x f Paula Meier Melinda Murray Maria Myers Lenoro Porzio Kathy Price Lynn Benson, Advisor 1 B -'E fe-za in 1452555 fr..-55: ff ...H--4 -' if nB'Ju"'-"-'A . JA -id OFFICERS: President . . . Vice-President Secretary . . . Treasurer . . . Advisor . . . Angela Brown Janet Gernatt Janice Hayslip Susan Neidlinger . . .Sandy Faulkner Elizabeth Strickland . .Nancy Sheppard . . . . .Brenda Rimes osephine Alexander ,S B Y' Nu-r Lynn Aenchbacher Bill Lynn Jo Banner Will Barnes lrma Bowen Angela Brown Stephen Davis Kathy Harris Melanie Horton Wray Kessel Pam Moore Linda Morel Shirley Owens Franklin Steinberg Les Taylor Linda Walker Wyman Wells Dr. Harry Persse Advisor fx 5 3,81 " n Ct agr- din.. Inkwell X' 4' OFFICERS: Co-Editor . . . Co-Editor . . . Woody Chastain Drew Ernst Bob Fentress Vicky Hickerson Kathy Huskisson Sherry Lamhut Q 4 Qx, ' QI! 1 .cf Russ Rawlings Jon Reimer Libby Roberts Jerry Spivey Bill Travers Devon Young A-N fx C Terry Dooley . . .Hope Felton 'V S K., 125 FH' .f l26 1541511 --.-. imnnnn is 1 I- -1- i -li- l H111 Ti f.. H 1.5 31 1 '-. Junior American Dental Hygiene Association Sophomores: Pam Aimar Cathie Allen Debbie Baker Mindell Brown Sue Buswell Gail Green Nancy Greenwood Lainey Goldstein OFFICERS: President ..... Vice-President Secretary .... Treasurer .... Parliamentarian Historian .... Sponsor . . . Cindy Hall Sue Hutchinson Donna Jordon Susan Kaiser Eileen Kirby Rose Konter Chris Kreig l Ci Ci Luce Claire Miller Renie Poller Carol Rosenburg Joanne Shuman Jody Stringfellow Leah Sturtevant . . .Jenny Raleigh . . . . . .Sally Beau . . . .Nancy Stone . . . .Denise Craig . . . .Susan Branche . . .Dianna Hallford Miss Teresa Coursey Freshmen: Cheryl Davis Janice Davidson Suzanne Denhard Julia Dyer Ronnie Ermine Paula Exley Minette Grizzle Debra Harrill Cheryl Hickerman Cindi Hinch Alice Jayne Cathy Kennedy Robin Linkow Barbara MacLeod Debbie O'Connell Kathy Orvin Donna Owra Lori Pettit l r I l Pam Richmond : Judy Strayer Jeannie Taylor Christy Thomas Ava Tindle Bev Towles l Kimi Varkonda Heidi Winegard .ff ,H ml. tr ,Q F. 127 Nu- A sad, sad scene - but an hilarious hit was The Shoemakers' Holiday. Masquers ,-4 PRODUCTIONS: Uncle Van ya . R 1 .lu -sg' . 37 1 . 5 . , 0 iq, What The Butler Saw ..... The Shoemakers' Holiday ..... The Good Woman of Setzuan . . The Beaux Stratagem ........... You 're a Good Man Charlie Brown . . Butterflies Are Free ............ Play It Again, Sam Rushell Alexander Lorraine Anchors Bruce Anderson Don Baisden Mary Beam Yolanda Bermardone Ben Blessing Suzanne Bohnert Dave Bollinger Louis Bradley Agnes Brown Dan Browning Pam Burke Helen Butler Audrey Campbell Len Cayce Woody Chastain Steffans Clark Deborah Clarquist Richard Cooke Jackie Coonce Craig Crosby Barbara Cruit George Curtis Laura Dodd Karen Dombeck Terry Dooley Jack Douberly Minnie Duhart Bill Easterling Art Edenlreld Glenn Fling Edna Gamble Jim Gannem John Gillespie Fran Hall Goddard Heidi Golden Rick Green Anne Hankins Charlie Honkins Pete Hankins Suzie Hankins Karl Harris Andy Harrison Jim Harte McCall Harty Sandra Hewitt Glenda Hill Brad Holloway Carson Hucks Johnny Hyman Fred Jones Jim Jones Jesse Jordon Dwight Kelley Rosalind Kent Wray Kessel Nicky King Charles Kircher George Kircher Jerry Kanter Faye Lamhut Sherry Lamhut Mary Anne Lynah Jack Lytien Frances MacMillan Tom Maddox Bill Martin John Martin Phil Mattox Alix McCreery Ken McKinnell Diane Meehan Sigo Mendel Leroy Miller Marvin Miller Gordon Minnard Maureen Moseley Jim Murphy ,rr Bill Nelson Wyama Newman Carol Owens Melanie Patterson Hugh Pendexter Eileen Peterson Shelia Phillips Tom Phillips Phyllis Pastell Frank Powell Vickie Riddle Elizabeth L. Roberts Pat Rockett Jeanie Sanders Neil Sotterfield Paul Savage Davida Shensky Anne Sims Cathy Sims Dave Smith Merlynn Stanaland Pam Strickland Pam Stultz Andy Suchower Cris Suchower Eleanor Suchawer Steve Suchower Freya Taylor Tom Taylor Jim Terrell Wesley Usher Paulo Vainas Terri Walker Claudette Warlick Holly Whitfield Debbie Williams ldessa Williams Emory Yoilng -li .Spring 1972 Summer 1972 . . .Fall 1972 .Winter 1972 . Spring 1971 Summer 1973 Summer 1972 Summer 1972 Mr. John Suchower, Director aryl v 'Q Q ii f c ei ty? S 11, Q li :VE . -'il ' I-."XI wg 7' gf J pf. or if , if h 1 V - X . f 14.94-X ' R X X I l Q-x 5 j . ' ' -,. I - ' L' - ' Y Ik t . 1 . "' ,,. V I rr- 5 1 K, it... ig, ,- 1 a Q, 4 1 ', r, s 1 I V r' -ii ' - Q" ' ,- , i"' 1 li be-. .- i - r, ,xo A - . 4 2 1 .fa 5 g Ng Q H it , Z gf, " Q '. '-. f' -.sv Look. See what the butler saw? I Z f-.1 Mr. John Suchower, director of three tremendous productions plus the first ASC Summer Theater. Thanks. xv 1f" - yr 'WI 1 9'6'ATx' 2, You're a Good Man Charlie Brown. In our opinion, the Masquers' finest hour. t 1 ' ' 'Q-' 'r X X ,axle Q 6 Q .VK .4 .-U. v, 5'0" ' 1 41 .RSV s Q Moth Club Terry Anderson Don Broffit Sieve Camp Michael Eckhoff 'Um Goodwin Suson Kennedy Lenoro Porzio Andy Zeigler Advisor, Dr. Anne Hudson 3-W Ib I' if P Q.: 'Ji f--8 fc- - jfmlf r ffugglyf - " gf" If r '- - fxrlnmcf' lflf I ' , ,mlb , I In 9 "'Si.ff,.,a3, e Q, 1 9 Y OI, . Xi' ' Deborah Hamm, President Gail Simmons N G O n G I S p h Marilyn Lopez Mamie Thomas Theresa Rahn Beth Tillman And Hearing Association 4 +++ .A 'moss I 6 ' 1 4 ++s,4f 04 4 4 4 60 4 95. Q ,,o+ +.,Q QQ, ig +,+ Wim' 131 U Y ll' 'I l'll'l f 55535534 ek'-'fel' '- QE?"- A QL' ' 2f llA - 1 1' ' 2'5?", xj J 5 fu fgzhf- :4'l!f',f-O ,-'J :N- - .qlhl lbsraimlimgg' 'M luR'Uillll as . 2-ISN! li , im-LTW llivqnllwlfwf -ri' .r Qi ,65 X f' - -1 .13 ' Mildred Deal, President Sharon Wallace PG n h n Linda Hodges Annette Wilkins Mary Kessler Miss Lynn Benson, Advisor Council Q9 Bobbie Hopfer, President Fran McMillian St U d e nl Carolyn Cameron Sally Radcliffe O Bess Chappas Jenny Roberts ' Ben Fargason Jon Reimer I O n Doris Hagan Barbara Rosenberg Nicky King Eleanor Rosenthal Qf U Delores Knight Dr. William Stokes, Advisor 4 Student Nurses Association SOPHOMORES: Gail Adams Kathleen Allen Nevela Allen Diane Booker Betty Brasch Peggy Brennan Sandra Bruning Arlinda Bryant Stephanie Buckner Susan Cato Rebecca Chase Mattie Chavis Brenda Coburn Pamela Crovatt Sheiron Daniels Linda Driggers Shirley Dunham Suzanne Edwards Buena Vista Ford Jean French OFFICERS: President ...... Vice-President ......... Treasurer ........ Corresponding Secretary . . . Recording Secretary Advisor ........... Advisor . . . . . Gail Grimes Sharon Hamilton Vikki Hancock Beverly Hatch Lauramae Heyward Linda Horton Pamela Hustak Betty Jenkins William Jones Dianne Keith Mary Lambert Martha Lanier Leonore Longwater Ginnie Louder Mell Meeks Carolyn Miller David Miller Mary Miller Barabara Milton Chris O'Connell Carman Owenby Y-als' Martha Abernathy . . . . . .T'Lene Vihlson . . .Carlene Lindell ........MaryCliett Ruth Porter Constance Rakestraw Peter Ricketts Penelope Scott Charles Sheffield Roslyn Seigel Rosemary Smalls Connie Smith Debora Smith Rene Smith Pat Sullivan Nancy Taylor Ann Tinley Cheryl Turner Sandra Turpin Frances Tuten Sharon Wallace Bonnie Waters Jackie Whitfield Sallie Whitman Carrie Williams Judy Williams Donna Yates Paulette D'Ottavio .....Mrs. D. Bell . . . .Mrs. C. Keller FRESHMEN I Alice Alderman 1 Ruchelle Alexander 5 Debbie Aycock 4 Mary Bailey 4 DiAnn Bennett l Doris Bolander T Phoebe Boles Patricia Brannen 1 Patricia Brantley l Donna Crandall Jean Crawford 1 Linda Crawford Karen Crowder Teresa Cullina Rosabel Dixon J Patricia Ellison Patricia Ford Kay Gibbs A Deborah Glisson Dawn Gordon Patricia Grissom Valerie Hallman Susan Harkins Linda Hodges Deborah Holland Juanita Holmes Elizabeth Hopgood Carol Horne Teresa Jackson Morgan Jones Susan Jones Rosalind Kent Lisa Knepton Mary Kraft JoAnn LaBarbera Pat Linderman lone Manning Donna Marcantonio Floyd Marchall Daisy Mathis Betty Meachum Hayla Murphy 51 John O'Rand Dolores Orvin Merle Pearman Michael Peterman Pamela Peters Patrice Powers Angela Reed Sara Smith Melanie Speir Carl Spofford Brenda Starling Frances Suggs Joan Sullivan Michael Tatum Aimee Tompson Susan Wallace Sally Welsh Sallie Whitman Margaret William Joe Wilson Elizabeth Wilson x 1 nr ' ' 1 4 ','f 'tix 07 ' 1 I.-,fl , Atarxul ZLFTTI NG 4,9 0 ,A !,:i...f Wiz: GREEKS 5-Ur-1 Q , Y . 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M el, gb in Q 1 V ,M a ff- ,Q . , 55, A 1 c 1 X E ' N4 3 ,fi 3. 113 'KV 'Xb I in. 'Q I . I s x 42 f fi . 1.1. fs if 1: ' Rx, , J ' xi' ' ." 5 nr,- . 'X , ' 1'-32. 'TW c f -w-? ' ' -i-'s I-YD +-qwfZ?i4'R1P ?2cr,f,-,.. lf' 'fi-9 ' Q it sz'-'M' il xg., if-fl, . ' ix ' ' ' T . 4. y 1 J X illlfgft' ,gel GAMMA RHO CHAPTER President ........ . .Lynn Leggett lst Vice-President . . . .Beth Waldrop 2nd Vice-President. . . . . .Susan Kennedy Recording Secretary .... . . .Teresa Rohn Corresponding Secretary. . . .Beth Brannen Treasurer ............. . . .Nancy Grant Founded on May 30, 1904, at Syracuse University in New York, Alpha Gamma Delta has grown and prospered over her 69 years of life. She has 53,000 young women in her membership and has pro- vided service through contributions to edu- cation and through rehabilitation of mini- mal brain-damaged children. Since Gamma Rho Chapter of Alpha Gamma Delta was given her charter in May of 1969, her sisters have been very active in campus life. This is shown by the many Alpha Gams who are Buccaneers, Senators, sweethearts, and Little Sisters of campus fraternities, and by the plac- ings in the Miss Geechee Pageant. Alpha Gamma Delta is busy building a tradition for her future sisters: a tradition based on the visions of her founders and on the ideals of womanhood. .'x.f' Q Becky Anstine Jan Blitch Beth Brannen Carole Dempsey Cathy Derst Nancy Grant OO .Jeri V V , . NJ' X' 4 , Al A .Qgjr g 'Digi X 1, 'N . f' 'I xxx r . 1 , , if 5 IR, , L Y, ' - K9 sf . 31, yn, iv i L ,., I 1 , is+31s..V, Miz. , 4 QQ N fx., 4 1' i ii Linda Hodges Lynn Leggett Teresa Rahn Donna Jones Mary Ann Mallory Susan Sowell Susan Kennedy Eleanor Patton Brenda Starling Kathy Kirkley Polly Powers Beth Waldrop Jan Kirkley Suzanne Puckett Sally Welsh Lisa Knepton Jan Reiser Pam Williams 143 AA CDKGJ i g, iti7'i'7i t qi? ALPHA CHI CHAPTER President ..... Vice-President .. Secretary .... Treasurer ........ Sergeant at Arms. . . Phi Kappa Theta, a nationally chartered fraternity on Armstrong's campus, has a proud local and national tradition cum dedication. The ideals of Phi Kappa Theta: Spiritual realism, practical brotherhood, social awareness, activism, and above all charity towards one and all, are the cor- nerstones ond the broad foundation for those seeking shelter and understanding in a contemporary world of apathy and mis- Little Sisters Jan Blitch Pat Boone Louisa Browne Mava Byrd Carole Dempsey Mary Lee Doss Linda Hodges Telene Kilbourne Gennie Lowder . . .Ed Fogarty . . .Vernie South ...Jim Cooper . .Scott Clark ...David Beall laid priorities. The Thetas are a group of men who ask the ageless question, "Quo Vadis?" They may not have all the answers but when it comes to giving help and o friendly smile, there are no strings or hesitations. The officers of the fraternity, the broth- ers, pledges, and the alumni offer prayers for eternal peace, especially for all inno- cent victims of outrage and hate. Mary Ann Mallory Karen McLendon Barbara O'Neil Teresa Rohn Kathy Scully Patti Ward Linda Wilenhy Cathy Weinzettle David Beall Bobby Bebee Bill Bostoch Mike Buttimer Len Cayce Scott Clark Jim Cooper Jackie Dressel Bob Duncan Bruce DuPuis Drew Ernst Mike Forbes Ed Fogarty Tom Fogarty Maurice Hutto Scott Kilbourne Chris Kobleur David Lerque Ron Lewis Mike McCarthy Steve Morgan Tom Mulvaney Stan Reed Skip Sheffield Steve Sheppard Howard Smith Randy Smith LaVerne South Skip Walden Rusty Womble fu' . ' 'K' ' -Y'!r7wQ'f" ' " i"" I 46 QW S4 ii W ,YGJ QJ371 ' ir t R A X Fil fri, - 95- f AQ l W. 3 'ff lqhrqnmtgpvx KAPPA CMICRON CHAPTER President ...... .... D ebie Brewer Vice-President ...... . . .Kathy Huskisson Recording Secretary . . . ...... Beth Fogarty Corresponding Secretary. . . . .Carol Joe Brooks Treasurer .............. . .Marsha Dickerson Membership Director . . . Pledge Director ..... Phi Mu is a proud and noble tradition on the Armstrong campus. They were the first women's fraternity established on the cam- pus and the second oldest fraternity in the nation, for it was founded at Wesleyan College in Macon in 1852. The washboard band, the Carnation Ball, the Hospital Ship S.S. HOPE, the national philanthropy, as well as participa- tion in cheerleading, the Buccaneers . . .Carole McCorkle . .Francie Browne Who's Who, campus publications, Honor Council, and the student government are only a few ways Phi Mu spirit is shown. Sharing the excitement and ioy when a sis- ter excels in beauty pageants, sweetheart titles, and scholarship awards adds to the heritage of Phi Mu. In addition a sister learns the true meaning of love, honor, and truth, the ideals of Phi Mu. Debbie Aycock Debbie Baker Sandy Brady Susan Branche Terri Brannen Debra Brewer Carol Joe Brooks Francie Browne Debbie Casper Karen Crowder Suzanne Denhard Marsha Dickerson Ann Dismukes Cindy Dismukes Judy Ernst Beth Fogarty Nanci Futrell Ruth Hicks Kathy Huskisson Terri Lawless Carole McCorkIe Nancy McTeer Maureen Mosely Susan Murray Diane O'Neol Lenora Porzio Brenda Price Jenny Raleigh Pam Richmond Sharon Roberts Cornelia Robertson IWW Y' i!""1 " 4 Jane Rockwell Gail Simmons Rene Smith Leah Sturtevant Sharon Sullivan Debbie Thacker Cindy Vickery Linda Walker Debbie West Annette Wilkins 9' S -ge x NN. A HKA s icl . Ill - li . X , . f 4 JIDASEAIL ETA MU CHAPTER President ..... . . .Calvin Hancock Vice-President . .... Larry Babin Secretary .... .... D avid Dickey Treasurer ....... . . .Andrew Zeigler Parliamentarian . . ..... Cody McCarthy Chapter Advisor . . . . .Dr. Sarvan K. Bhatia The first organizational meeting of Pi Kappa Alpha was held on March 1, 1868 in Room 47 at the University of Virginia. With chapters located throughout the United States and in Canada, Pi Kappa Alpha has become the fifth largest interna- tional fraternity with chapters numbering 171. On November 15, 1970 Sigma Kappa Chi, the oldest fraternal organization on the Armstrong campus, was installed as the Eta Mu chapter of Pi Kappa Alpha. The Eta Mu Chapter is currently the largest fra- ternal organization on campus with an active membership of 36. Among the many goals of PKA are the development of leadership, initiative, and self-confidence. The fraternity stresses div- ersity and strives to excel in community activities as well as athletic, social, and service activities on campus. "Pike" has placed first in the men's organizational intramural sports activities and in the Homecoming float competition for the past two years. Pike's Sweetheart: Debbie Schexnyder Jimmy Alderman Rodney Anders Neir Babbs Larry Bobin Pete Brumfield Elliot Butler Ed Cartee Chuck Clanton Ross Clark Mike Darnell Chuck Davis I"""T' F-cr' David Dickey Larry Dubois Reid Edenfield David Green Calvin Hancock Michael Hargroves Larry Hearn Steve Hendricks Bill Hodges Gary Johnson l Wftfhrs -ab .44 , ,5 5 Cody McCarthy Neil McCorkle Ed McCumber Jim Mercer Toby D. Morrison Joe Nielubowicz Tom O'Brien Danny O'Conner Jim Odum Zan Philbrook N J 5 u. James Rody Ricky Rushing Kurk Schualbe Berry Shearouse Joe Smith Charles Strickland Jimmy Strickland Joe Upchurch John Whitney Andrew Zeigler 'Y 5' Jyf? vfsr ' A H1561 m:u.Lx3:y C'F!'E!iH .,- MA, AZAZIAYH T GAMMA SIGMA CHAPTER President . Secretary .. Treasurer . . Historian . . Chaplain ....... Chapter Advisor . Founded on December 10, 1904 at the college of Charleston, Phi Kappa Phi Fra- ternity pervades all walks of campus life at Armstrong. The brothers of Pi Kappa Phi are working industriously as well as har- moniously in all areas of social, fraternity, and community life in order to promote the boundless opportunities of brotherhood. Beginning in the Fall with the Founders' Day Banquet, and culminating in the ...Paul Kaluzne . .Gary Mitchell . .Eddie Watts . . .Don James ........PhilWest . .John Greenwade Spring with our annual Rose Ball, Gamma Sigma Chapter enioys a well-rounded social life. Pi Kapps can be found in Stu- dent Government as well as on important committees, helping to stimulate and encourage vital student-faculty relation- ships. Nearing the end of our third year of chartering, Pi Kappa Phi is proud to be a part of Armstrong State College. Chip Humphrey Don James Paul Kaluzne Gary Mitchell John Mulvaney Russ Rawlings Rene Romagosa Roy Smith Snuffy Smith Richie Thomas Eddie Watts Phil West Mark Wright D I 3...--Q .. , EPSILGN SIGMA CHAPTER President ......... First Vice-President . . . Second Vice-President . . . . .Martha Tison . . . .Terry Dooley . . .Mary M. Kessler Recording Secretary ..... . . .Jean Crawford Corresponding Secretary . . . . .Doreen Crawford Treasurer .............. ...... G iGi Smith Sigma Kappa, with her 1874 founding, is one of the oldest of the Greek letter organizations. Sigma Kappa has a diver- sity of national projects. The first is her Maine Sea Coast Mission, established in honor of our Maine founders. Countless boxes of gifts, clothing, and toys were donated to the underprivileged families of Maine. The American Farm School in Greece exemplifies education for women. Scholarships are awarded each year to this school. Sigma Kappa is the only national sorority that works with the eld- erly as a maior philanthrophy. Epsilon Sigma, the 106th chapter, received its charter on November 14, 1970. Actively involved in school and civic affairs, Sigma Kappa had girls participat- ing in both the Miss Savannah Pageant and the Miss Geechee Pageant. In 1972, Sigma Kappa won the Intramural All Sports Championship trophy. -. . swf' It-I-A .g'.dw:+.,, n -- . . gl 'mx xv ' V I V ,gg-+ fy -rx Q, "'. -wx 1 -- ,? . It n . L. 2:2--,A 'ls 9 Y, 'Ni 1A .1 1 tvi' e X 1 : 'F' 1-f ff- ' 'jyg' h ,A U-"' N,gN-g,'h lff'g . IN Vx nb nu. 3. 2'0" x' ' rx' f. 'A 'fr Q - - '- N., ' ' yn 'bf .r L 1, '1 . P, , . ,.1'Y.+ 1 - f . - -.,. r at Q qv Ja J .f.5'r s' ii IA: .sv-T 53 - I I" was X . H c 1 9: W 1 ' . f H , X : V f ' il f . u X ' A f.L?",,-V 'L " "g-Q is - ' .4 'Q ' - Q 'kwfiff' f- ' -Q....f ' ' lx 5 . ,N P" 'Q 1 : ff, .fi 'N 1 A T' .rr-6 'gt' . 5 'mf Lg' ' sf ' fs' ' Z Alf' 6 'W ik, -sig? 1" ' -r""+No- X X -x,-e'vsr1-?,.?, Q 2 N252 Fl C6115 SIGMA NU COLONY Commander .... Vice Commander . . Recorder . . Treasurer .. Sigma Nu Honor fraternity was founded in 1869 at Virginia Military Institute. The fraternity had as its framework the ideals of honor and loyalty. This framework has built Sigma Nu to the position it now holds as the fifth largest national fraternity with 154 chapters in the United States and Canada. Sigma Nu in the seventies has met the changing needs of the collegian by offer- ing a progressive, flexible outlook to the ......Pat Kelly . . .Gary Renfroe . . . . .Dan Brown . . .Eddie Freeman future. In order to meet these needs, Sigma Nu requires men who can make a personal commitment to others. Sigma Nu Colony was founded at Arm- strong on November 12, 1972. Sigma Nu Colony has grown rapidly on the campus by catering to the mature individuals who are capable of relating to others in the col- lege environment. Sigma Nu Colony is looking forward to their chartering by the National Fraternity in May. Q Q Q Q - i "Es M A ,fn ,,,.. 9- I I x I, -Q 5 ,f vi, is a K 1 X 4 R S' 'ilu- ., 3 x 2 bi.- -.., - lf. I 4 l s Q "7 , Q 52.-,??" 4.14. ' 1. -32- I I 1 T Ill: fi 3.44 ,,,- THE ESTABLISHMENT ,Ll . . Q- 5. L 1 ,,1vl -ii 45, I I I Dr. Henry L. Ashmore, President '-'i1"li'?1-T" 1- - " Iii ip? i -I 0 ',. " it.. "'.'0eg- ',Y,' Ui """1ng -'ig ' .' 'a-:Ii ', :Q-"Quia-u. .-QC gtiiiqbiiw, . iii kim.. A . .M ma Y' "I wx' Yu 85181-3 -F' 5 C.r?. .eg ---"-.....-."-"L:-..t.-:.'-' - 'I - il.. . - i nun -. , , u,:f"i lien. 3. ,Q LJ 3, "Wirth-,.-, "H - ' " 4, if-D1 153 K . 9 L:inlnnl'11 ,nw X . -1 Q b. f eq. - Q' " ll".- ' "f.1y. ":is-nzg,,,,. 2 ' 41""zlsqg., i mlqgq I I I 1 ' ' 3 z I .... Z 0 - I , i : Y 5 1-1 . X I "'-- Z' ' l 'Ui 1 ' L 111 of Dr. Ashmore oddresses fhe 1973 Groduohng Class 158 ix x I 35' 'Him J Qt N W' A Y U 'fl ' . Z2 I ff: ' 5- . -X D ' si 'W ' y?. V 'Fu af ' A Q4 i X W Dr Donald D Anderson Mrs JuIeR Stcnfield, - -A urn. iX -CQ fad, 00' Yi Q-lf" ' b QA'- ' ,d ,, ,,., -1 'f :..y.pv.:- -+ mtv Dr. Joseph V. Adams, Dean of SfudentAffairs Dr. H. Deon Propsf, Dean of the College 0 I ADMINISTRATION I-nb ' if" Mr. Dennis A. Pruitt, Director of Student Activities I 5 4 I l' Mr. J. Phillip Cook, Counselor gs' X U Q 1 il ws Mr. James O. Boker, Assistant to the Dean of the College 't'+--L-.i- L 5 . ,l .Ei -J A l 4 L:-"J '5 , M . . -'-Q1 h -- I ..' I I .4-' I 1 ' f u " K ' Li '-af' Mr. James M. Moiors, Director of Public information .3-. 'P A ., . 'ing .uw- pk 'll' 1 ff 214' ' L. Mr. George S. Hunnicutt, Registrar and Director of Admissions V P .9 Mr. Woodrow W. Griffin, Jr., Director of Financial Aid i-'Q .fd 53. its gc! ,ff 5 I 75 i I I ' f Miss Lynn Benson, Counselor I 6 1 -Q . BUSINESS ADMINISTRATICDN Dr. Orange W. Hall, Deparrmenl Head I 1 162 IIS! Mr. Roben E. Jensen Mn. Joseph L . 4 f 0 02, .4 Sf fx, wv , Mr. Michael A. LaBurfis L Q 'f I W1 -' .- 444 ,j 4,1 ,'1'lI JIJNJ 'l'i' 1 I J IH ' ' 3 1 1 ' 1 Mr. William R. DeCostro I ' ni I -, 'B' ,pg-A1 S . - -.. i Mr. Glenn F. Briercheck X Y- 1-f"' h - ,, inn' SX - -' Q p v , I ' Mr, Harry H. Sq es BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION iff' ......1 , - ,gl Dr. Emory H. Richards ww f fi mv' -X .' 4, . .Q A A . r i5,...-1..,,M Q ' 'Y , . .A-. --......... a- ' r '- ' 'mia- ill.. Q. Mr. Robert E. L. Morgan Ns. ,3 Mr, Lamar W. Davis Nu. K , iff' .I ' 71'-"'f1f. ff,-iff! f.f,- A ' I f"l,'Q1f,1, . ffmff , ,. J ffm ', Mr. Rubyen M. Chambless if ull'-'-"-1 Q I I Y g 16 66 l Cx Dr. Henry E. Harris, Depar1menrHead l I ' A x, X 4 Dr. Moms L. Whiven Dr. Cedric Siratton Dr. Paul E. Robbins 1-Q E ll I Y N . nu . lllki,1.a-,x.L.:ll N y , fi . I Dr. John G. Brewer t .5 .4 Af ,J M23 B A Mrs Moonyecn S Brower and Dr. Leslie B. Davenport, Deparfmenf Head is ve L -an , , , 5:53 V 1..,...5. Dr FroncvsM Thorne III Mx ' i -F545 - sv"""'f -J-..,"' ' I Dr. Alex D. Beltz f . 5. ,AF E Q Dr. Allen L. Pingel CHEMISTRY AND BIOLOGY 168 '.......--1-y e 1 13 Dr. Hugh Pendexver, Ill, Department Head MY- JON' L- Welsh ENGLISH I -L A Dr. Jomes L. Jones 'ii fl- pw. ,W - L1 Mrs. Virginia Ramsey - 1 5 5 EP! V1' e f- gun'--'rvrf' 'K 'i Li iii ., viii., f .Q Sl!-w.nr-1. sw-vnu : A 7 ..,...,g.'., Fw, ,Rita ' M nr, n.,,,,v ii Sis' 1'g ' 'P " 5 i 5 is fx ., A Qggan is r I li I L ' ..,,,,,, A ua.. rx A, ,Z 'Y Dr. Lea L. Scale 3-3. 4-Q '1 is M in Miss M. Lorraine Anchors .4-5, hr -.....,,,,Q-'F 2 K, Mr. Charles C. White Mr. S. Kent Brooks 'Q ENGLISH v" I Mr. Hugh R. Brown f"""- 1 --'- w mx J I 170 D.R oben I. Stroller Morvm V Jenknns ,'f"fE""1 Q r"""'V .ll I I 4'i 'fi GM Mrs. Margarei S. Lubs Dr. William L. Easterling, Deparfmenf Head Il QD All -' "' 1 FOREIGN LANGUAGES Mr. David A. Noble . If , ,xv 4 ff-45 " fe- 'f '. ,uf-1 4. Lf jw A f 1 W l " V7' ' 'ai' if A f r' 171 R ge! K. War ic , rrmenr Hoa , X il .DHI L 'P ,FQIIII F III 4 'ini effs If r. immie . ross . if 5 . TQ 'I V .ii- 2 I A, If r -A ber . I. ,i . I HISTORY AND POLITICAL SCIENCE KH-L f fb I7 Mr. W. Orson Beech ff Vi' J! Z 1' .V.: frff, at ua Q5 f I ' 'az 2? Q ,., J- , if 3-.,' f ' ' ' . as J ' ' 4 , '1 '4 . h. I Dr. John F. Newman -gli' , '45 , , V 4. ,- ,.., -ju j in, P fe 93 -Q., . Jfr. Dr. Ross L. Clark Dr. John C. McCarthy, Jr. f 5 5? J I J Hi J I L...- .--""""""""fM 'S .NA S 'N Mr. Bernard J. Comaskey xrJ1,f -3, 'em x l K X-ir Dr. Osmos Lanier, Jr. H'-iff I MATHEMATICS 5 . Dr. Rechord M. Summervi e, Dr. John S. Hinkel Doparrmenr Head .ug 'nv . 7 I Xin 4 -11 H I Z! WH Mr. Joe C. Sheffield Dr. Anne L. Hudson N- 4.x X -4 lbw, ,9 Mr. Jack H. Pa I f 4 Q , , r' 5, 'P mc, 4 - ,f ix WK Y nf! ' X J Dr. Richard E. Munson MATHEMATICS 1 H ..-5 'Al 1 Y . l -ii' t Ms . ,lfgifs AJ VY' f 1 ...- gs 'x 5 B' -'iqqbu PSYCHCJLOGY AND f,,,,-,.,f-1-1 ,,,,.. SQCIOLQGY I 'V D . I 'S 171 lllxxl! lf . CII!-Cl """ " Q 5 p-.---+- - .o. ' UW 3 4 "' vig' I ' ' I " I 'ix' Y , 2, f 1 v 919 l ' ' .N -' rw' , 9-9 F-9- - ' T. 5 I. V rl 'ifdvllafc I ' f UIQ f V Ax- 11.4 . 4 -- - We 1 r YL W f Q ' X 1-!1:4i Q 5 Inn, 5 ax!!! tg- 'il Xf.3nF,! 4' ?,. . ,,-' -'Yi' 1 Q' . , 4. - , rw .3 -' 1 int, Ol! A 0 1 vt Mr. Neil B. Sonerfiold Dr. Joseph M. Lone, Jr. 176 Mr. Michael P. Manuel -,,Jlv"""" H A Mrs. Mary M. Ralston fi' I 1 4 I I , , IS IHE Sl Pllllll Mr. Elliot H. Palefsky '4 T ,qw ' L F Mr. Thomas C. Burns and Dr. W. Keilh Douglass Robyn Clem 177 c . EDUCATION A971 - gm v-6 Q ,, ff ' U -. 1 X 1 X s -9' 1 fag 4 2 I N 6 i Ii. 'ara 1 N 5 """" '1' parfmen! Head O I. .R A xg Dr. Poul E. Word erry, Jr. 433 :J KM Q we 7' .4 L Dr. Robert T 1 f A L 'R L I L' L 'un x D" D 1. A i Dr. James W. Witt IBeforeI, Department Head Dr. James W. Wit1IAf1erI qv - Mr. BiII R. Sfephenson il Dr. NMIIiam L. Megafhlin CRIMINAL JUSTICE -1' I I PHYSICAL EDUCATION 1' Mr. George H. Bedwell Mr. Roy J. Sims, Deparfmonl Hood 'r""1" Y.. 5-ng,-Q IBO 8 QII Coach Bedwell, Working? gl I- RUBEN IMI Hn - ,N kiwi T' if .,. 45"- Jg' NE 'I PHYSICAL EDUCATICDN Dr. Lawrence M. Topp I V wr.. I -..- I ....q.M'ww . , ,,--v ,H .1..- . A .I T, Aw Q 0, N' 4: 'u , , ff ,V .a,,PQ,,-ifgx. j'.2.',.I Mr. Thomas M. Kinder Mr. Bill Alexander ASC Hyguemsvs lecture vo elementary schools 1 1 1 'Ns X ax K U X sri Dr Alston! McCcsIm, Mrs. Barbara G. Tonebaum D0pof1mcnfHz-od ALLIED ' Suv:-1 M Brmfyf mn- Oc-Igr-rw, DPf7OVffT1PHfHCOd nz ' ..- , ! 'L L A N ,IP K l S ' v S i 1 3 . 3 . 71 E I 'R x N 1 ' ' ' 4 s Iii! R , V' by gk ep ,sn ,M ' ' ' f T . .ggzaxf 'Q e r 'k V' ' fXs,+'-QiQ:SN ' ' ff' s 1 A ' Mr. Kenneth P. McKinnell .2915 "rw " '.-vw 4, . , hu, ,W , 1 if .l lwt,g,A.?M V, 4 N - ,' A " - .-h'!-L- ' " aff' ,,:.w- V ' fy.. .Q .,,- t 1 ' TA -. 7 ,. Affzh .-- ,. ' Pi' . Af-gg ,fps n-,Ty ' . A ' 'M ,,. ,-,'f.,1 gf' ,- ,Q-w '- ' 1, ' 157-x"" " ' f. ' ' - .Ali K-if-.F-31.43, 4'.Hg-A. , ,d".. . , A ' V lib' , get .1 . . h ,,,. ,, . . ,, - A , , .elf-Ql'Y4-.-lr,-.fiei s, N mug? ,f An 4 A .. ASC Band Performs for Fine Arts Groundbreaking. FINE ARTS Y' I' r ,, I - Axk, it - any N -1' , , , -- x -vp ,. Z' :Q t I Q , or N i V' A - Dr. J. Harry Persse, Depcrfmenl Head -1 Mr. James E. Ambrose , x 2 We ' ' rr, X? ,y ' Q u me-X! X Dr. Charles T. Lawson . Q r l 1 7 l X- 4 , S A MAINTENANCE Q Mr. Richard F. Boker, Director of Plan! Operations . HP' ' B kv n Ne I ll . .'.q' 4 f v . '3,.g,,,,, 1, d YR'-A ' 7 P' ASC C ed od es e ASC-SSC shuffle bus. si inf' I l -J ,..,....:, WY , -. L b ,gg 4' WWW 355--zp:11,Mv.w' .4550-Magna" .- gy ir., n 'QI' R 5. D 2 ,.,, '53 Mr. Ed. Urbonz A 1' rf- Vans. Guess why? .4, 41 fm-F' H If? 186 ,NY I ,A 17. 5 .v ,--4n'X1.F-il' in-'rf' " "I , . -.- , . - Zsuitfisdi 3 Mr. Ellison Brown with staff member Mrs. Broffit Mrs. Regina Yocst, Head Librarian g 1 Mrs. Ardelio Boll -OO -,M ,. w I 'Q' LIBRARY SCIENCE S-.5 P' M i ,lf ' W I ' xii v Mrs. Alphio Hughes -it X. Mrs. Sandra Andrews, Business Administration Mrs. Virginia Barry, English .ri 'O' Mrs. Elizabeth Carter, Dean 's OfHce Mrs. Harriet Charlotte, Registrar Q l' .Kai 'W . :Jr 21' ,Pr 'X.I.N. '0.'g'. 05 K'- fl'.'l 5 F X dz!!-ul: u iv i Us ' lil.: -1 ' 5, 1 ' -gr A Q l U- N T xx-'cz 3 .unxha A ,.-ins. -l' u 'J' I l Mrs. Eugenia Edwards, Library Mrs. Pat Galliher, History ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF Mrs. Doris Cole, Student Activities .x If 2 Mrs. Donna Hardie, Community Services 111 .-" W . ' .-'. r ' ,-".-'f-'Lv' ' Y ' 'f.-' x -. 1. ' Y ' ' 4 T 3-I 11 .li Mrs. Evelyn Harrington, President's Office 'in 4 -gf- . 1 X L-ji Jag 4 1. hi-" Mrs. Naomi Lantz, Graduate Studies .- 1' Min Marlone Mosley, Alumni Association 2 7' Jim-1 Mrs. Louna Johns, Business Office z'- . Q 4 l - Mrs. Frances McGIohon, Education . Fu., if .Lg I ll-J par Miss Donna Olmstead, Biology 6 Miss Delores Knight, Student Affairs 1 , 1 Q.. '-i J"-kg , f A Mrs. Elizabeth Molpus, Criminal Justice ' Mrs. Rebecca Patillo, Math I Ap Q 4 gp!-"" h' 4, xi i-Li 1,-, . ,pf ii 6 1 X I 521, Miss Elizabeth Pound, Bookstore Manager Mrs. Eleanor Roan, Registrar C 'T tr ,A-.-A db ?.4 'lia..g--'V -A .A -. fwyy' Qs ,f"" M. Mrs. Mae Rushing, Library Mrs. Anne Singleton, Registrar i 5 ,E l, l 4, ,i W 1 if 1 1 '5 V i l I rv l M' l 'D P Q ,wa , 1 Mr. Gus Stalnaker, Director of Campus Services Mrs. Elizabeth Wallace, Physical Education h , i .. L Mrs. Lois Rich, Psychology and Sociology g-. . ' i h UPU' r ,, I' F-fa ' 3 K 1 ' w I ' .f V J ' fi il' ' 1- L . if, Q .S ir? L Mrs. Nancy Skinner, Nursing If , . - L ,J . r '. G Q . sr' '4 -"1 ,WA . Mr. Steve Woodford, Offset Press Operator - Ji,-lx A J I .lg x., 4 -5. ' I 'UIQ uf Q, -s wh .lx 3' N x sux' MW mn. '-.v ms, '. 4. .. 1 'V .N Q ,U Ailr. , tax?-m."rr. 'V ,- HER r J ."' .I '- " ' ' 'I . np? ,', 1,-A' 'rf ' 2 nn l' ' , K.: f.."' -- -"P"",',i'.' S' 14 .A . ,sf , gg .1 . . .1r:u-.-3- 1-g.. -..-. vf - ..w",.'f.1Q- . ff -- G- 'z ' 1-' ' "i'-"l'z.!'i.:fg1- .Af f"' U 'qi' .. s:nx...- ,L .,,,, ,-:.:!',, , - 5 .,g:. , .1 N,..,.. 4: E-" xgj 'Ja El IV -'Z' ,H .. A -3' ' . ' s lv, , . -1 . J' 1 M i 'ugly Ls 2 jr, k - - gg -. 1 . Q , ,X , :ivfillvllf 25" - ,b ., CLASSES w.X- N . N-xg, 1 Who's Who Debbie Boker S.G A Senator American Dental Hygiene Association Daniel R. Alderman Criminal Jusfice Nevela S. Allen Nursing Glenda E. Anderson English R. Gail Arms Social Welfare Carlefie H. Barry History Mary R. Beam Social Welfare K.- ff' fl, Y 1:-ur :9 Roger D. Beasley Political Science Bradley G. Becker Business Administration Tom Be ytagh Marketing Management George L. Bonner Political Science Linda L. Boyette Education John L. Bradley Business Administration Sandra K. Brady French Susan D. Branche Dental Hygiene Cynthia R. Brown Social Welfare Sandra J. Bruning Nursing James D. Burchett Mathematics Burney E. Burgstiner Mathematics Carolyn E. Cameron English Donald R. Carroll Social Welfare Judith I. Caruthers Bess T. Chappas Education Sandra A. Chavers Social Welfare Mary E. Cliett Nursing Linda D. Coleman Marketing Management Harald J. Crank Criminal Justice Pamela H. Crovah Nursing Donald B. Cunningham Marketing Management Sheiron C. Daniels Nursing Ann B. Davis Nursing M A K 1 A I f x"i. . Who's Who Terry Dooley Inkwell Co-editor Honor Council Student Government Association "Armstrong has given me room for individual expression and experi- ence." QW ffx-'5 fbi 171 X uve-- 715 +1 Hn-'N wwf" 76 L lv' Charles C. Davis Jr. Management Theresa L. Dooley Social Welfare Paulette D'Ottavio Nursing Elizabeth A. Durrence English Jan T. Durrence Business Administration Wendy East Education Seniors 195 Seniors AY.: if :L -, ,. w-. Y ' 1 ' ,, X Who s Who .rt-' pr - Q aw A 1 D F Hope Felton - .c . D+, , . -. 4 f . 'Q Y 1 n , lnkwellCo-editor I 0 5 ' - I v cncch ' ti' 5 is if emistry Award Q .. -- 12 W ' J Student Government Association QA., l :J . - ' . - x I so- --FDA i - F 1 F M-1-. "Armstrong has given me a brood introduction to the adult F ra- 3' " X worId." ' il Glenn M. Ebaugh Criminal Justice Julian R. Faulkner Accounting Sandra Faulkner Secretarial Science Hope J. Felton Biology Sheila L. Ferrell English Edward J. Fogarty lll Economics ...cull l . 0 ' '- v- l .11 be V 4:9 i 2 'AT 14' Q- S... 43" if 1-:fr fag QI' Tqv ,hi-fx 357 ji 'T ir ,,,2 I' 215 vg Buena Vista Ford Nursing Edwin C. Freeman Accounting Arthur B. Gavin Jr. Criminal Justice Lainey S. Goldstein Dental Hygiene Catherine L. Gordon Secretarial Science Nancy B. Grant Biology Rebecca G. Grimes Nursing Michael A. Hall Biology Oscar J. Hall Marketing Management Deanna C. Hallford Dental Hygiene Vikki L. Hancock Nursing Suzanne E. Hanks Education Seniors l 97 198 Se Johnny E. Hathaway Psychology Anne M. Hendricks Education Georgiana S. Hicks Social Welfare Michael J. Higgins Business Administration Michael T. Hill Biology Bobby G. Holloway English Bobbie Hopfer Mathematics Imogene A. Hopkins Nursing Thomas M. Hux Business Administration Ebrahm llami Biology Donald L. James Jr. Marketing Management Gilbert K. Jenkins Political Science , 'I -vb Y'-'Y 9"" YV? 1 I 1 ff' ' X 'fi 'I Sf 1224? Gig Savannah Exchange Club s Citizenship Award Vice president American Chemical Society Armstrong has given me many friends and terrific memories and confidence to face any problems l may encounter inthe Gwendolin R. Johnson Accounting Suzanne Joyce Social Welfare Paul A. Kaluzne Marketing James F. Kearns Jr. Accounting Margaret A. Kelley Busines Charles F. Kelly English 200 Seniors Whos Who Doris l-logon SGA Senator AVA Secretary SAE Vice-President "Armstrong has contributed a great faculty for my educa- tion, a faculty interested above all in upholding the stand- Patrick J. Kelly Accounting Susan D. Kennedy Mathematics Dolores E. Knight Education Christina Krieg Dental Hygiene James D. Lamb Business Administration Martha E. Lanier Nursing ards of quality education." Yu 1-4 'N 4 '95 19" -,x S Q, , 9 ff.. 'lk !'::i"' 5, we-" Carlene W, Lindell Nursing Cheryl H. Lopotka History Hugh A. Loyd Accounting Dorothy W. Lucken Nursing Lehman L. McDonald Jr. Psychology Miriam McJohnson Social Welfare Cheryl A. MacMillan English Mark J. Mamolakis Business Administration Stephen R. Melton Political Science J. L. Mercer Accounting Thomas P. Miller Political Science Gary L. Mitchell Business Administration Seniors 201 202 Senio Jewel K, Mock Education Toby D, Morrrson Social Welfare Maureen E. Mosley Physical Education Catherine L. Neidlinger Education Richard H. Osborne Business Administration C. Franklin Owenby Nursing Brenda C. Price Education Renee B. Poller Dental Hygiene Ruth A. Porter Nursing Sarah F. Radcliffe Education Robert T. Rogan Psychology Clyde D. Riggar Biology is , Qin -fy i 'IS is f 1 3 A' I 1-5 XF? L Who's Who Debbie l-larris SGA Senator President's Cabinet American Business Women's Scholarship "My experiences at Armstrong have enabled me to be an educator of today's children." iff! 'igr-'Vx 'SY' I . Melanie E. Roberson History Sharon M. Roberts Education M. Jane Rockwell Education Thomas A. Rountree Business Mattie M. Shortridge Biology Henry T. Shuman Marketing Management Seniors 203 Y Y-i Who's Who Mike Higgins Cheerleader President's Cabinet I 1 Outstanding College Athlete of America 1972 "The ability to meet and know others from every facet of Armstrong's education corridors has been most enriching to my education." I Royce V. Sizemore Business gm . Roy E. Smith Q Criminal Justice 19" Stacy L. Smith Jr. Accounting i Ai"'fY5' Jerry L. Spivey Political Science Dale R. Spratt Accounting tn Frances G. Stewart Nursing 204 Seniors Dorsey S. Stover Criminal Justice Leah D. Sturtevant Dental Hygiene Mark A. Sussman Marketing Management Roger D. Tarbox Accounting Travis T. Thigpen IX Psychology Archie B. Thomas Business Carl A. Thompson History Cheryl A. Thompson Biology M. Victor Turner III Accounting Albert C. Tuten Business Joe C. Upchurch Business William E. Vinson Political Science 206 Se Who's Who Bobbie Hopfer President SAE I972-73 Inkwell Staff Dean's List "Students do not feel like iust a statistic at Armstrong. Armstrong has made me feel more open-minded and more tolerant of things Dianne H. Walker Nursing Linda K. Walker Music Barbara M. Wilson Education T'Lene H. Wilson Nursing Marvin H. Wilson Marketing Management James J. Winters Accounting '5l'Jf": that are new to me." -fi-"P ix 1:'7 n1 5' 4'5" -Q: L 1:- "It you hove built costles in the oir, your work need not be lost, thot is where they should be. Now put the toundotions under them. Henry Do vid Thoreo W 'U 1 S 2 O7 3: "' ill. D U P , R 9:3 Urir or Whos Who Jimmy Kearns Dean's List SGA Senator Young Democrats "The best education, dollar for dollar, available and an opportu- nity to get to know a lot of different and great peopIe." Lauren Adams Morce Adams Ccrmela Aliffe Terry Anderson Carolyn Anstine Mary Austin George Axon Bobby Aycock Debbie Aycock Neil Babbs Mary Bailey Jo Lynne Banner 590 WPT' .4 . n Ev ,,4s 4 Q A ' i i. J' :-f,,- ...i-""'44, I Y xa- A7 N 271' for iffkz 6,225 5 Y""7x W 7-f' Q! VIZ? uv 1"' Tvs xr' ' ' ' "'i. 1- .mmft V , - --tx -sw Q if x ' K JI J Z - 4705 dt' .. V. . f if fu-.B 'K' l '3..'v- l :zz , if, xf., AY t It M ', , ', H yA ig afXl Q.-1 i '91 -1"-Z' -'v X Dfqx arf' fi? U- ll Joyce Barbee Rebecca Barnes William Barnes William Barrett David Beal Joseph Bravo Larry Beasley Sharon Beniamin Becky Benton Blanton Black Glenn Black Katherine Blitch Michael Bolton Irma Bowen Louis Bradley Laura Brannen Troy Brantley Debra Brewer Jan Bristow Angela Brown Undergraduatesf'209 Dana Brown Richard Brown Francie Browne Pete Brumfield Suzanne Burke Gene Burn Elliot Butler James Butler Barbara Bush Polly Bush Hilary Buzas Mava Byrd Y' I X on V I'-7 'EZ' ix o.. s,s 'sw Who's Who Susan Kennedy American Mathematical Society Math Association President Finance Committee "Involvement at Armstrong has broadened my scope of experi- 2lO Undergraduates ences and knowledge considerably." i"" if. np.. - , T ,-lgli. i ! .1 as X- Who's Who Mark Mamolakis Outstanding College Athlete of America ASC Baseball Team Most Valuable Player lBaseball 19711 "Armstrong has provided a place for me ideas with my peers." fy, we Q,-' K lf- 'A ' 19 1 Robert Cahill Gary Calhoun Layton Calloway Deborah Cameron Stephen Camp Lauramae Campbell Roy Carroll Janice Carter James Carter Deborah Casper Len Cayce Brenda Chancey to meet and exchange Albert Cobb Robert Collette Ellison Cook James Cooper Geneva Cope John Cope Corky Corcoran Linda Corcoran John Cowart Ralph Cowart Janice Crum Debra Cubbedge Lauri Chapman Reid Chastain Deborah Chisholm Harry Christiansen Annie Churchwell Rebecca Clarke fs. f .ff as Kfi -rs Who's Who Steve Melton SGA Vice-President Honor Code Commission Finance Committee "Armstrong has contributed new friendships and has given me a chance to fit into society and be useful." 1525 T5 995 Ss' sv 5. ,sf A X JIT-'ffasz ' iffy if Qs MR 6 'ASP 454 we-' 'iff' C fl , , l N Ax. i X X t' A I A 6' X. X' f i , -X If t 513 5 Virginia Dean Debra Delettre Daniel Deloach Catherine Derst Marsha Dickerson David Dickey Diane Dixon Laura Dodd Beth Donnelly Mary Lee Doss Bernard Doyle Stephen Drinkwater Undergraduates- 213 3 I Ql-1 Undergraduates Mary Duclos Bruce Dupuis Minnie Duhart Kenneth Duncan Mary Durden Pamela Eosson Cherly Elkins Patricia Ellison Andrew Ernst Judith Ernst James Evans Maureen Farrell Who's Who Maureen Mosely Miss Geechee 1970 Former ASC Cheerleader Dean's Advisory Committee "The people of Armstrong, as well as the institution have given me the best days of my life." Y, li 1 J ,, t I5 'x .Y 1 i 3. '13 S 3 L Y 1. K ei-pn U I 1' Y Y"" QP Q- Sf' 5 Q:-sz! , is E 'rf' Eddie Fennell Robert Fentress Willie Fields Thomas Flaherty Elizabeth Fogarty Kathy Fogarty Debby Franklin Gay Fuller Bambi Futch JoAnn Futch Mary Futch Linda Futral Armstrong has provided me the education enabling me to pursue Undergraduates ' 2 l 5 Undergraduates Who's Who Jenny Raleigh President Jr. American Dental Hygiene Association Faculty Advisory Board Advisory Board lntermural Sports I have gained the knowledge necessary fo begin a satisfying career in the medical field." 'Www Annette Gailey Janice Gail xxx Ronald George Jane? Gernatf Gary Gillenwater Wade Godfrey Heidi Golden William Gomez Jack Gorlesky ' 9 C? Lv in ,, fxl A x 'Z John Gould If Sv Eunice Green Henry Groover s s'4l 40' bl 1.1 bf 4,-v 5.1 , x 443' 1 1' QT hav ,Q .,,x Y in-...v if ff i' Kr Valerie Hallman Charleseha Hamillon Laura Hamilton Brooks Hamm Floyd Harbin RoberY Harbs Susan Harkins Debra Harrill Vernon Harris Pamela Hafchell Twila Haygood Janice Hayslip Janice Heidi Thomas Helmly Patricia Henderson Vicky Hickerson Thomas Higains Glenda Hill Robin Hioh Carol Hohnerlein Undergraduates '21 7 Carolyn Hooper JoAnna Hopkins Jack Hudson Mary Hughes Cecilia Hunter Harry Hunter Julie Hunter Thomas Hunter Thomas Hunter Kathy Huskisson Ilami Hassan Teresa Jackson i is if. glad X Who's Who Russ Rawlings Pi Kappa Phi Scholarship Award for Academic Achievement Silver "A" Award Inkwell Staff "Armstrong has provided me with four years of unparalleled edu- 2 l 8 Undergraduates cational opportunity." 1 Q-'ax Y. 428 3.- JV Through its professors will ASC ever relate to its students a college s purpose of academic achievement and honor." Fred James Glenn Jeffers Alphenio Jenkins Debra Jenkins Harry Jenkins Lloyd Johansen Ann Johnson Stan Johnson Robert Johnson Michael Jones Vince Jones Viona Jones Undergraduates 219 jf Michael Josey Paul Kalrnan Melinda Keeney Christina Kelly Nicholas Kenny Glenn Kerssey Nicholas King Kay Kirkland Robert Koss Swarna Krishnomurti Elmar Kurzboch Susan Langston William Lanier Sherry Lornhut Martin Lariscy Bonnie Lee Nell Lee Lynn Leggen Charles Levy Marilyn Lopez X.l xx E N. 2t',f l I Q x Qu' lT u af' '41 'A UQ-1 ,I i sv- 1:""' L ,Z fs'X 2' if 15 sf' J ,U- ,' 1 ix 1 'P Who s Who I' ' Cornelia Robertson xQ , 9 ' , fu 4 Dean's Council of Student Activities A J, ,. "fm Buccaneers is 1 gil.. Y 4. I up b President Phi Mu Fraternity 'j I4 r 'L 1 U "Armstrong gave me a sense of identity and taught me that only N- .. . . ,b through service and involvement can a person be truly happy." Ai fi . Amelia Lowe Harry Lowe inf? Q 2 Thomas Lucas Norman Luten .l ia, Joe Mc I is er William McCable Michael McCloy Earl McClure x . 1 iN Carole McCorkle 'lf 5, Tamara McDowell 11, L., Patty McLendon Nancy McTeer Undergraduates!" 22l Armstrong has given me a well rounded education and one thatl can be proud of when I enter the professional world Joseph Magee Mary Mallory Donna Marccntonio Susie Marcantonio Ann Martin James Martin Victor Martin Sigo Mendel Michael Mikowski Leroy Miller Patricia Miller Gordon Minard W,-4 ' 115 'uv f -2 . , Who's Who F' - X ,..-'GQ -Mr 5, .- E i. X 2 D ' Curriculum Committee X ' . , , ,f f ' f - -.NX j? , 5. as 1 SPH N- .5 , W :Q 'P 335 , A .4 x 5 E NN .Q 22 1 -X: Q ' 3 ll' if N. x K 4 X X. ay Nw - ,,f is in Q Patricia Mincey Daphne Mintz Bobby Mobley Pamela Moore Michelle Morgan Dennis Morgan Ernest Muller Hayla Murphy Herman Murphy John Murphy Maria Myers Marty Nickerson "Armstrong has given me the knowledge to succeed in my chosen Undergraduates 223 i l Outstanding College Athlefe of America Armstrong hos given me an insight into finding myself and lhe Tom O'Brien Debbie O'Connell Janis Odom Debbie O'NeilI Daniel Overslreet Gail Parker Nancy Parker Dinah Pascal Eleanor Pafion Merle Pearman Betty Perkins Willie Persons Catherine Peterson Bruce Pharis David Phillips Lenora Porzio Phyllis Postell Cathy Price Suzane Puckett Arte Rahn Katherine Raines Angela Reed Jon Reimer Jan Reiser Nicholas Rimedio Brenda Rimes Michael Robbins Arthur Roberts Elizabeth Roberts Lutricia Robinson Patricia Rockett Barbara Rosenberg Undergraduates 225 Juanita Ross Ricky Rushing Gary Sammons Bobbie Sapp Mary Saunders Daniel Scarwid Nancy Schaffer Deborah Schexnayder Jonathan Schmidt Claudia Scott Gregory Scott Kathleen Scott The easy friendliness of ASC professors administrators and stu dents has made learning a pleasure for me -,, 1 17' -4-K l5u-q.,'f- -., 'Qu Q. Pig ' l. V. ,. ' Q ycx w F S' fr' ' . l . v '1. . fi fi 1 il 1. ' . A , - an lv' 1 gs 5 ' ti, -.,,,-i ,.f . i , YK fiiti ' L Avi! X Who's Who Sharon Sullivan Georgia Legislative Intern Program Honor Council Student Conduct Code Commission "Armstrong has allowed me to express myself as an individual . . . to discover my talents, to demonstrate my talents, and to ben- efit from them." r i 8 'VX pg 3? . 01 x 1.-.Q x ix 1 K Ma f X. A . - 'Y 5' X rn' 71 -?xQ"i"':ii ' 4 'f 'O ? ' 4-"f fqvxf-if: I ,pl at 'Inq-'FT'-.' 'Q' . ,Jn-,-. n'-A.?--f-- w '- G!! V--urx vcr I - N 'I Alf Kathy Scott Deborah Sellers Charles Seyle Ted Sharpe Michael Shedrow Davida Shensky Neil Shernoff .lim Simmons Laura Simmons Lawrence Simmons John Skinner Michael Smith Undergraduates 227 Who's Who Linda Walker Kennen Foundation Music Scholarship Baptist Student Union President ASC Chorus "The most valuable advantage of studying at Armstrong has been the opportunity for student-teacher relationships outside the class- 228 Undergraduates Sarah Smith William Smith Evelyn Spencer Mary Stalnaker Brenda Starling Ann Stewart Judy Strayer Charlie Strickland Elizabeth Strickland Frances Suggs Pat Talley Robert Tatum room." fl Q O V i l. 7.1 flgl l . Q' 'JT if Pi 5' ff' CQ! 1""" if i wi bf' -4 'sr 'V F 4' C ,n- aar - no Q,- 15.2 ll Q J ' ' y -an Nvxyll T' '41 84? J .U 3 ,n bl as I rf is gg, M5 ii 1' ' if . 195 75 vm. GP in-C N QA Q .nfl P23 . X., . i A r 1- ps. ll, . 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