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

 - Class of 1974

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N r Is Silent Eloquence 17 ' A11 vm' Y . , , SA . O . rf w' C0lTllTlLlt9Y bus-sung, 'ls .1' ,. 4 lviok 1 1" 1 '41 5 -13.1 A DAY IN THE LIFE GF AN ARMSTRONG COMMUTER . . .' a.-- -- :""AA'l Y A A of - ' LJ J 6 ,.,,4 nv 39 ' ' nl' rxm- on 5' kt .I.,1','!1- H-' ,,s-'-. x ...T WE plc- pf: 9- A 'A LL ...NV - . M.-. Y- 20 Headmg towards school v .a the lm 1 oi I gms Abercorn Expressway 1 l W fl dnl. . 5 E E Ill 3 in E ' 'hi 1' W, . 1 N' A I rm-W l . H ' i i 1 , Q-N-fig. ,gl-,, -4 ,, -: 5 fy - Fw ' A' f 1 1"'n?l:','s 2. :I Cy ' Y, i if i gage?-fs J AS T H E S u N I 5 More lights - more traffic - more killed time x Q , x The infamous Abercorn - 204 Interchange Runningfrom the sun The daily warfor parking 7 1.1 C, Q, glf' Q K, Q. 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I f 'f ' 1 -1' ' - . ly . 9 , s 5 - I. ..P0 1 Q! fffihki 1 ' 5 P I .'. .ri 4lQ" 'lp -1 , J :.-.1-. - '- ':'1:L . . i?,5?QfQ 1 s 4 .., I U, 1 p vt- wr f 'l' 2' U s I fri.: .J-. O 5 xx, Q Q1 JXQQFJ' ffyfffiff IW! mn Qmfyn- 1 i J -Pj 2 'Q- li. "O . 0 ' ' . I I 4 f ,121 s 6 'J ,,n.nl .0 .ka it. i : fi X pf ,go 4 , ...f I ex 1 N l"' skins Q a 1' it as 'N'-,., C-. N . , Q ' "'. as X f 1 - D QQ sports 4- x. .Cf- S CWQKS, 14111016 THE PIRATES OF 1974 ix - Tv allllii l Kneeling, Left to Right: Tony Fox, Roger Weber, lke Williams, Mike Denny, Harold McClendon Standing, Loft to Right: Assistant Coach Bobby Welch, Artie Johnson, Sonny Powell, Ernie Lorenze, Skippy Hancock, Lamar Kirkley, Head Coach Bill Alexander The South Atlantic Conference was tough. Tough enough to stop the Pirate Express. The season saw a city championship with a win over Savannah State, an upset of national power Kentucky State, Two victories over rival Valdosta State, and a championship Trophy from the Kiwanis Tournament. Not to men- tion All-American Ike Williams finally being recognized as an All-American. But soon to be National Champion West Georgia rocked the boat and the Pirates finished the season with an impressive and exciting 18-8 record. 2 Coaches: O'Hara Englush, BlIIAIexar1der,ar1d Bobby Welch Q-', - - , -I- A -Q ' X A N. ,- L,. 7 . 1 - 1 5 .M 9,1 5 Qt' .9 if P' 4' 'ilk -'LA !ll:ch U ll 1 i f ,. 1 as L N i, ,, I 1 J -11 -fl? -J - ,f 82 X nl SCOREBOARD 1974-75 BASKETBALL RESULTS ASC OPPONENTS OPPONENT'S SCORE 76 Australian Olympic Team 74 91 Savannah State 78 89 Valdosta State 86 82 Southern Tech 77 108 Oglethorpe University 83 98 Morris Harvey 79 88 Columbus College 78 95 Illinois Wesleyan 86 75 Kentucky State 74 76 Eau Claire 94 76 Carroll College 73 101 Oglethorpe University 81 87 Valdosta State 84 92 West Georgia 96 83 Augusta College 73 87 Albany State 98 109 St. Mary's College 72 89 Southern Tech 78 92 Valdosta State 81 88 West Georgia 101 87 Augusta College 92 99 South Florida 35 88 Albany State 91 100 Columbus College 110 78 Valdosta State 84 79 Columbus College 76 ur: ll , ...Q IKE WILLIAMS M, "fALL-AMERlyw-af" fs X X vc: 3.0.1. .ll 1'7" U 1 "UQ , .ff vo, l I " I I 7 83 -- umm.--- 41" ff. .xx . ,,-1' :QS M iQ I i LL Y , b g f-xN- - A 40 x-, .-ns" WL 5...-4" T 1 sczfx ?g' . 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Coach Tom Kinder's team set a record for victories in a single season, 24, and were in a season-long dogfight with Valdosta State for the South Atlantic Conference Championship. The Pirates lacked the offensive push of many of the teams they played and beat, but the young pitching staff and the defensive play of the nearly all-freshman infield was enough to put the Pirates on the top end of the score most of the time. lt was also a year to say goodby to four seniors who have been key members of the team for the past four years. Outfielders Linn Burnsed and Steve McNeill, Pitcher Pat Holland, and First Baseman Tom Yarbrough closed out their brilliant careers with banner senior seasons. Burnsed finished his four years as a starter with the school record for career home runs and a broken ankle suffered in the next to last game of the season against West Georgia. McNeill set more than 25 offensive records during his career and, along with sophomore pitcher Tom Bumgardner, was named to the South Atlantic Conference All-Star team. He was also voted the team's Most Valuable Player for the third straight year by his teammates. Holland, a starting pitcher for four straight years, finished with some of the most impressive pitching credentials in the history of ASC and Yarbrough's bat was always potent in clutch situations over his three-year career. Replacing those four players is Kinder's biggest problem for the future, but he will have a nucleus of good young ball players to start the new season with, including Bruce Coleman 4389, Tony Wolfe CSSJ, Jerry McNair 4283, David Barnhill QCD, Chuck Thomas CIFD, John Snelling COFJ, and Wendell Smith COFJ. The pitching should be even better next year with the entire staff returning except for the graduating Pat Holland. .37 ' r F p A , V . ,J , ol r 'M 4: A , P r 1 - - ,,- - v 'Q' . ' -r' ' . ,,.. ' . 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Pat Holland, Linn Burnsed, Tom Yarbrough 93 1' ii jf . 1. ..l 5 Vo ' n ,ll l .ll is .s-.ai - vw sr- Q f 3 fi SCOREBOARD RESULTS OPPONENTS RECORD Morrls Harvey Morrls Harvey Carson Newman Carson Newman Lehlgh Unlverslty Lenlgh Unlverslty Howard Unlverslty Howard Unlverslty west Va State Glassborc College Baptlst College voornees College Voorhees College Baptlst College 05 Columbus College ll 5 Columbus College 2 5 Valdosta State 2 6 Valdosta State 13-6 Southern Tech I4-6 Southern Tefih 5-6 Augusta College 166 Augusta College 7-6 Albany State 8-6 West Georgla 9-6 West Georgla 20 Savannah State 21-6 Valdosta State 21-7 Valdosta Slate 21-8 Georgla Southern 21-9 Augusta College 22-9 Augusta College 22-10 Southern Tecn 23-10 Southern Tech 23-ll Columbus College 23-12 Columbus College 23-13 west Georgla 23-13 west Georgla 24-14 Georgla Southern 24-15 ' ' 1973-74 BASEBALL 4 1-O 9 2-0 3 3-0 7 3-l 3 3-2 A 1 3-3 C. 0 3-4 X 2 35 'AAR A-A .LCS Q 7 4,5 2' 7 Westva State 5-5 s g as 5 8 8-5 9 9-5 7 l 3 . 2 l - 1 1 - - 3 1' A 4 I . 2 , T 1 ' 1 6 ll T O 4 ' ' 2 2 3 6 u,,. i E mv EE E EJ ,E ,, D , -,- . x.-..o- f '4'-x - ,L - -."f -, . 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" :-"f'- . 4 - , . -agp . .- , v , . f- --:f."1':-f --A' -1 '- - -. ,. V. F flifgl ,. , "' gi ' , . -1' . . ' ' ' , ' - . .. ,. QQ' ' 3- ' - K 1 x ' .' 5 flu P 4. -vh- 954 v Q ,Q 'C 4 .-. 'LI -' . i' 4 .-1 n. 'nv v- 2 '. .s N. -.., l. .D R 4.-1. lux x,. l.. t. 1 f u A . Q A ' x .,-4 . .1 X fx. V5 'I I- -' ,L asf- 5, N 'xp X a 1 R.. u 7' , A - ' "K ' '-ii' . K U il ,, 'gwy . 'XD f ig. 'X s . . x A I 5 I " I v H K-4 la . ,.. A " -lr, 4 , . .,,. A xt ,,1 .491 .4-. -e . .c.tf'-.iw 1. 1 . , - , . ' f'-f-2. Vw Left to Right Chip Chambers Tom Carlisle, John Growtheer, David Thornton, Cody McCarthy. Jimmy Strickland Pat Brinson The Armstrong golfers continued the winning tra- dition at Armstrong during the spring of 1974 when they compiled an impressive 27-7 record. The Pirates were 4-1 in conference play and finished second to Columbus College in the SAC tournament. ASC held a seven-stroke lead after the first round of the tourna- ment, but faltered on the final day to lose to Colum- bus. Chip Chambers had the lowest seasonal average, 77.0, on the team and Bob MacLaurin and Tom Car- lisle won All-Conference honors based on their play in the conference tournament. Bob shot the second lowest tournament score of 150 and Tom was seventh with a 153 total. There were no seniors on the 1974 golf team and coach Bobby Welch expects the team to be even strong- er in 1975 than they were in 1974, a fact that is yet to be proven. 'F 'nl F rw-- .xg fe "' 'L ,f-1.1 A 7 I N'l':.i 5 .5 .,.,: , . 1 v,.: "x 1 . Q., J.. TK' N. ' ' Q "'U. "'..-.- P -2 n if "??'1q'f'5 b, , gx I Y. -S. " 7.4 Qbkcfl.- . TL' -:' Nr-.. .MN . ff ' '.J,5r,- ,ft H . - 4 . ' ' . ms Qfi:1':' -aj . Q: f "KN -'4:'." 1 -ug - ' -.A-if "' A Q -:Q , .f,- ,.-. -' --.xv , X I ' I Y. Y cfm, 0-1 f, V '..,,fy:"'r,':!:4?:,..,,A i U ,, V, , l A ' If-q'...1-1 '12-,g5n!I,,1" ' , fi " ',, 1-r. ' ' E- -'.g - " . "-.5 - . -. PY'-n - - ,ig Y ...J M 4. , Q, . kwa. 'I . x- -:-f.w,- '. ' f -. . ' 1 "4 -L .,, 53, 1 , 1 '. V .. ' "x 4-A? NAL! I sq-E,"-.1 - -v- V , K - . K x. -. f- - jig- .g-Jhxi-r 3-A . nf' 4- - .-,, V 1 fu- '- ',' '-'--f-'-,1x- 1 ,u' -5 '- I ' 0 ' . . 101 mm M' naar T, W' ,Q 1 U. .s 37475 Left-Right: Front Row: Make McCIoy, Jurnmy Ray, Gary Fllas, Randy Thomas, Tum Garrett Left-Right: Back Row: Gary Calhoun. Larry Beasley. Davud Hotchkuss. Joey Muller. Tommy Rawls Not Shown: Vuc Martun, Ray Fochler, Doug Shonta. Coached by George Bedwell The 1973-74 team hnnshed wuth the fnnest season of any prevlous bowllng team. The last ofaccomplushmentsunclude, Seventh place In Natlonal lntercolleglate Bowlnng Tournament agaunst major unuversnty competutlon. Champuons of Savannah lnvutsatuonal lntercolleguate Bowlung Tournament. Runnerup Assouatuon College Unuons Southeastern Regoonal Bowlung Tournament. Rurmr-ruDGcorpfl.tACU-ITourrt.1rT1C'D1 Runnerup f1UVl':lOf1 II Southern Intercolleguate Howllngg Confrlrenne fourth plane S I B C tournament. The AST, team was ranlfr-rt seventh un the natuon among all colleges and Umversntles and was rQf.fJHrul0fl.1's UrlfrflfTP1flllrN:Sl1C-irTtSlVtThC South, 102 The 1973 Cross Country team proved to be the ll'-nf ever at Armstrong. There were several returningq run ners, and some fine new first year runners to rouiirl out the team. John Carroll became the first Armstrriiiif Four-year Ietterman at Cross Country, covering in the process some 4,000 to 5,000 miles in practice, Rink Heaton, last year's Scholar Athlete of the year, together with Pat O'l3rien and Art Estes were standouts among the more experienced runners. Two very pleasant surprizes "walked on" in the persons of Rex Gonnsen and Mike Dallas, both service veterans, who proved that old men can still excel at a demanding sport, and after only a few weeks practice blended in well with their younger brothers, The team had its usual one-week pre-seasonal trains ing camp to launch the new season, winding up with the Annual Stone Mountain Race in Decatur. In other competition the team placed a highly commendable third in their conference, nudged out narrowly from second place by Valdosta: and at the Annual Peachbowl Marathon in Atlanta, placed second in the college division. - There will be several gaps in next year's team that will be hard to fill. John Carroll has completed his eligibility to run, but will still be at Armstrong. Art Estes found Cross Country too tame for him and is now in the Air Force, though he hopes to return in the future. Pat O'Brien is footslogging the entire length of the Appallachian Trail on a two-dollar betg and Rex Gonnsen is plounghing up a large area of Florida land- scape on his family farm. We wish them all well - its was wonderful having you all on the team!" Left to Right Rex Gonnsen Mike Dallas Rick Heaton, John Carroll, Pat O'Brien, Art Estes J. 3 103 F. JJ- P--A- ,n.l 541. P . ny. an mf-Q 4. LA I . ,.,...L....- -5 .tw Q I ,ghd 105 Couch O'H.ara English Armstrong State College fielded its first intercolle- giate tennis team since 1967 in the spring of 1974 and the six person team under the direction of Coach O'Hara English compiled an impressive 8-3 overall record, 5-1 in South Atlantic Conference matches. Five of the six players finished the season with 7-4 records. the sixth finished with a 6-5 record. Byrd Jones and Vernon Hardy combined to produce the best record in doubles matches. 8-3. Senior Bill Toffey was the teams's number one man all year and proved to be very effective against the opponent's best. Bill finished the season with a 7-4 record. Hilary Buzas. the only other senior on the team and the first female ever to earn a varsity letter at Armstrong, proved that Billie Jean King's victory over Bobby Riggs was no fluke. Playing against male competition, Hilary also finished with a 7-4 record. Gary Everett. 7-4, and Lane Nelson, 6-5. will join Jones and Hardy to form the nucleus of next year's team. xi ' i x fx f"'x Si TENIM a mam -. ., fr 3 TINNZS Vernon Hardy Bill Toffey if Hilary Buzas 'Q .-qnsuu-1 Lane Nelson Byrd Jones -1? 1 R, E- 'cgi uzfqgm' 0.5 QQ' 'n r' 03:- gg. The Cheerleaders . . . devoted to the Pirates creating and pro- moting school spirit and the desire to win putting forth all they have to yell a little louder An enthusiastic, optimistic group al- ways urging the Maroon and Gold on to victory. CHEERLEADERS Neill Babbs Hilary Buzas Richard Chambless Joe Duckworth Kathy Fogarty Ted Hoover Paul Leonard Jimbo Mallory Sue McCoy Sue Purvis Susan Tinker Aneette Wilkins Miss Walton, Advisor fl, "il . -I A... AJ, .. S iafk"'iA 0 .1' Q ,- 9 Q - 'x -' A - J' 4 . " ,l. AJ- 7: 4 - --,i -an Susan Purvis and Richard Chambless Susan Tinker and Jimbo Mallory Annette Wilkins and Paul Leonard --ig so ,, A i-, i 1 ii ' M i , f xLxi5' . 1 .'L .. Q ,V N ,4 A - 'K 1 H int, ,klnxxixf 'nf ' 1, if ix - xs-4 x ,K 9 , 6 4-. Qi K .11 an - -.,. , , A , cr, .i.. X J 9 f bf I v ' h I .42 Sue McCoy and Ted Hoover Kathy Fogarty and Neill Babs Hilary Bums and Joe Ducmvortrw 109 -P1 ,gs . 0 v .ago lib . .5-rf - BUCCANEERS Official hostesses to Armstrong clad in sharp. maroon uniforms .. attracting attention .. encourag- ing student and community parti- cipation in campus activities a smiling. interested group of girls. 110 Dianne Hinns Linda Cororan Susan Dawes Cindy Dismukes Helen Grant Nancy Hamilton OFFICERS: Captain .... Co-Captain . . . Co-Captain ........ Secretary-Treasurer . . . Historian .......... Advisors . . Dee Dee Meyer Julie Newsome Janice Reynolds Kathy Kirkley Susan Langston Mary Ann Mallory . . . Melinda Murray . , Janice Carter . .Minnie Duhart . . . Kim Durdan Debbie O'Connell . . . Sandi Haas Delores Knight Maxine Sussman Nancy Smith Elaine Strickland Terri Swindell Idessa Williams Barbara Willoughby Ns 'I 'U f I L- ,,,r. 1373 I I 35 be 1' E., u 5q9"vi '64 -dxf x :Ha 'fl N 'ffx .', 'T' O '41 i QMLHMQ 1--I-Y-v 9 organizations Glenn Arnsdorff Rick Brown Richard Chambless Jim Cooper Marsha Dickerson Drew Ernst Judy Ernst Maureen Farrell Beth Fogarty Helen Fogarty John Fishback Vicki HICKGYSOD Harry Jenkins David Kohler STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION George Langford Ron Lewis Ernie Lorenz Tom Lovett Mary Ann Mallory Mike McCloy Carole McCorkIe RonIMyers Rene Ramagosa Joy Reimer Michael Sears Beverly Wells Sally Welsh An elected student senate . . . better student government , . .corn- posed of people willing to work ,., inspiring students to better their surroundings . .. elevating the sta- ture of a fine establishment. T. -. 'Y-. I 1 , 14 'Q' - ' P I, . L , I. .54 1 . l v V ',,.,...- -, -- nl..-N- f . -40' 'T' s " -849' ,..1 ' E is-I'9"f,"A . MA" I - .,,,nu"f-'..-, --.I V L' M-"fha-'1. n ni 2 li N. 'ivy' P. xt' V' v ' 'i HL.-.--H '.-. I If-,g:.i..-H--My i iii . V - .. i ,,,.i...1u"'-' . . 1 A Nan" Q . .- . Q- -A' - 4 -- A n ..,..1'11 1 l A .qu wMm,,,4., -ur .AM - I . '-I ,,,, 1 , N ., fluff' ' I ' ",',- if ,1 -1 1' ' ni a. r at fh hy Oil". ' . -. .- , Junnavv 4' ' I v .1 mi- ,., izuqa-env " ,... ivlrl ICQ' .fwwf P" igQOl9-"' ' n', v 1-gp-it-'H N -4 g u..v4u.-' " ,., ,...p....we, JIT CQ!-QHVDY' 'Uh ..ciIill.-.--L..-rm lll'i""..1.vu-1.1-'angi 1-Ykfidffii lf- 'RFQQJT1 ll'.lg-fl.1p.'q, WW LFTQ ' .x i Y5 Q2 RT .Y X f E ff" X I ' x - x E19 if , . EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE President ...... ...... .... E r nie Lorenz ViCe-pI'6Sid6Dt . . . I , George Langford 59CVeTa"Y ----- . . .Vicki Hickerson Treasurer . . . . .Harry Jenkins U'-K' ' NN -Qt' W Eiected agents of the student body supporting the conti- dences and expectations of the peo- ple tney represent . cooperation ... planned activities attempt- ing to gettningsdone. 115 F C if T 1 r , I P -ofx AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY OFFICERS: PVESIUGVU if Jim Cogper Vice-President ,.iJ0ri Reimer 59Cf9f3VY i Angela Robinson Treasurer M. A .A Tim Garrett AUVISOVS Dr. Stratton, Dr. Robbins Bl8I'lfOl"i BIBCK. Jr. Ed Hglmes Tom Dooley Terry Jamison Maureen Ferrell Alan Knickerbocker Bob Harbs Mike Leddy Rick Heaton George Miller 116 3.123 A national professional organiza- tion for chemistry majors or a re- lated field in chemistry . , a group learning to appreciate a true sci- ence . comprehending the chem- ical composition and properties of substances and analyzing their transformations i sustaining pride and achievement in the field of chemistry. Maria Myers Maureen Powers Nick Rimedio Hardy Self Lee Thompson l - A ASC BAND An organization of musicians performing for college events instrumentalists perfecting the right tempo and rhythm in all their musical pieces ... becoming active in the college and community life. OFFICERS: President ..... Vice-President Sec.-Treasurer Publicity ..,.. Tony Abruzzio Frank Andrews Dan Bolta Greg Canady John Cowley Lionel Daniels Carol Dixon Arthur Estes Donald Fawcett James Garvin Pam Hickman Fredrick Hodge Dewilla Hooper Edward Jenkins Richard Jenkins Perry Johnson Gary Lackey Sherry Lamhut -'A-W Jerry Beck -we-b Will Barnes .Q - W Rebecca Barnes A - Libby Roberts Richard Jervis Mark Mooney Harry Oliver Suzanne Puckett Alan Smith Bruce Spradley William Tullis Richard Tuten Diane Veale Stanley Walls Sarah Whitt 117 ' A - - BLACK AMERICAN Janice Et Banks Donald Battise Veronica Baxter Hazel Charles Debra Louise Harris Cynthia Haygood Herman Johnson Sam Jones Harold D McLendon 118 MOVEMENT Ray Parsons Sonny Powell Lawrence Simmons Debora Smith Georgia Mae Stevens Joyce Walter Mary Washington Bruce E. Washington Juerlene Adel Williams Black Students of Armstrong ex- ploring the annals of the African culture raising a keen interest, gaining a knowledge and a pride in the Black past increasing an understanding of the Black role in a complex, everchanging society. 1,- X 1 5, BAPTIST STUDENT UNION Dorothy Anchors Will Barnes Cecile Blalock Richard Bohannon Deborah Brantley Betty Cream Jim Griner Janice Hall Terry Howard Nancy Jackson Al Knickerbocker Kay Lane C 9 . -we Experiencing and growing in the Christian faith ... reaching out to others . . . dedicating themselves to helping others expand and grow in higher levels of Christianity. Renee Newton Dusty Reynolds Joe Rivers Bruce Walters Linda VonBergen Rev. Dick Ferrell, Campus Minister 119 I O DELTA LAMBDA ALPHA A scholastic honorary society for sophomore women ii, sponsoring a winter tea and the Annual wom- en's Career Day . growing in the awareness of past achievements and infinite future possibilities. Judy Ernst Debra Franklin Kitty Hudson Mary Roberson OFFICERS: President .,.,. Vice-President Secretary ....i Treasurer ,.,. Advisor . . . l 8 120 A 1' - 1 ll!!-I ll-H . ll-ill" W Iliff-- uiiu ,611 11' 1 ff .A ff'gfk ol f f L t 1 1- lil 'U . . gn v' O 9 o Q- Lynn Aenchbacher David Anderson Jo Lynn Banner Jerry Beck Julie Bensel Martha Bovee Pam Bridges Sandra Colley Steve Davis Meredyth Deloach Theodora Forrest Bonnie Fuhrman GLEE CLUB Tim Garrett Lynn Hagen Kathy Harris Mike Hodges Kenny Howard Eddie Jenkins Wray Kessel Bill Lynn Pam Moore Jim Perkins Judy Phillip Jim Pickington Challenging music-minded stu- dents developing their talents to the fullest .., sight reading new music , .. off beat pitches eventual- ly blended into harmonious, vibrant music .M strains of emotional notes weaving a melodious story . . . a truly gifted group. Claude Rivers Joe Rivers Linda Roberson Emory Sheffield Franklin Steinberg Elaine Strickland Les Taylor Dale Thornton Jake Waldrop Jim Watson Wyman Welles Dr. Persse, Advisor 121 I2 nu' 1 9 :V fb 35755553 I fi 'I .ev "" 'fr gif T G E H E E GEECHEE .. the college yearbook ... splitting nerves only to satisfy the unresponsive masses .. . rewarding each other with friendship and coop- eration the feeling of satisfaction upon the arrival of a yearbook of excellence. Editor Mzirsha Dickerson Greek Editors , . , Salli Norris and Advisor 4,,,, .,-,,, D ennjg Pruitt Mood Editors Susan Arden and Debra Terr' Fogarty Consultant .....,...,... Susie Marcantonio Brewton Organization Editors . , . , Kim Lynn and Photographers .,,. Craig Barfield, Steven Swirls MMO' Ronnie STGVQHS CTWSUFY-3 MOOGY Usher. Artie Rahn, David Kohler. Richard Morgan 2 Q17 E s.......V ,M rd-""b' 'llllllllllllllll ,,..--- , --....-v 1 F F- cr b A1 - - 1. ' .hklrfv 'ggi -' 'B' . O . ,a ,. t 4 .. . - ix 74 1 -4 ' if If 4. . 'Y'-if li FUTURE SECRETARIES ASSOCIATION Mrs. Alexander Linda Blackburn Nancy Evans Alphenia Jenkins Vickie Jones Carol Kirby Rose Mary Lee Gail Parker Bobbie Sapp 1-he Future secretaries . i A already preparing themselves for a reward- ing profession . . . meeting the de- mands of the business world a club affiliated with the National Secretaries Association . . . actively working toward a wider perspective of their role as a secretary . .. an investment in America's future. U" INKWELL Weekly college newspaper ., . keeping the students informed . .. activities humor an outlet for views researching, report- ing ... reflecting interest on Thurs- days . . , the unifying voice. Editors-in-Chief .... Glenn Arnsdorff Vicky Lynn Hickerson Business Manager .... s.,,s i , , Drew Ernst Columnists l...l... A . A Bill Lieberman, Jon Reimer Robbie Collins Sports editor . .. ... ...,l....., ,... A A ., . ,David Vining Staff Writers ,l.l ,,...l., B illy Bond, David Newkirk, Becky Camp. Joe Konwinski, Libby Roberts, John Mulvaney. Susan Purvis, Sharon Bullard, Tuck Singleton. Bob Tatum Editorial Cartoonist .,.. ,.,i,.,..,. L , . Jo Banner Photographers ........, .t.A L en Cayce, Bill Travers Administrative Advisor A ,. s....i,ii. Mr. Jim Majors EE' 125 "rl L 'I Fc .,,f C .PJ gli.. ggi 3 J 5 a 01'-, A-Nf -1 4 "" 4 1. 'rivi- ,. .... " ' 'Wa f 4 U I -fl-' I I'l lg' Qx 26 , tt 'S-1, . Q' uf- , ,'.Q'MnI' Mix 9. In -, J- " 1 Campus drama group people with special ability .. . presenting Noel Coward s Hay Fever . . . Shaw's Candida . . . rehearsing, rehearsing, re- hearsing rehearsing ... conflict and emotion ... bringing life and charac- ter to a stage ... enhancing the cultural climate of ASC. Lorraine Anchors Bruce Anderson Glenda Anderson Mary Beam Ben Blessing Louis Bradley Agnes Brown Flo Cawley Lyn Cayce Woody Chastain Steffens Clark Robbie Collins Alice Cooler Jackie Coonce Wes Coonce Craig Crosby George Crosby Carol Dixon Laura Dodd Terry Dooley Jack Douberly Minnie Duhart Linda Duncan Bill Easterling Maureen Farrell Jim Ferrell John Gillespie Heide Golden Rex Gonnsen Crystal Criffin Peggy Gunn Anne Hankins Charles Hankins Pnfn Hnnkinc Suzie Hankins Karl Harris Jim Harte McCall Harty Rick Harvey Ben Head Vicki Hickerson Linda Hodges Brad Holloway Carson Hucks Johnny Hyman Fred Jones Jim Jones Jesse Jordon Dwight Jordon Liz Killorini Wray Kessel Sherry Lamhut Cathy Lubar Jack Lytjen Darlene MacMillan Frances MacMillan Tom Maddox Bill Martin Vickie Martin Alix McCreery Ken McKinnell Sigo Mendel Leroy Miller Karlene Moody Maureen Mosley John Mulvaney Billy Nelson J THEASC 1 MASQUERS David Newkirk Carol Owens Carol Parker James Parker J. Harry Persse Cathy Peterson Sheila Phillips Kenny Powell Libby Roberts Pat Rockett Fern Rovin Paul Savage Davida Shensky Cathy Sims Cedric Stratton Pam Strickland Robert Strozier Chris Suchower Steve Suchower Pat Sutllve Freya Taylor Tom Taylor Charles W. Tarvers Wesley Usher Paula Vainas Sandy Veal Terri Walker Peg Wagner Cathy Warlick Claudette Warlick Holly Whitfield ldessa Williams Emory Young Steve Camp Rick Heaton Swarna Khrishnamurti Michael Mikowski Nick Remedio Mar Stalnak MATHEMATICS ASSOCIATIGN Sfevivshefer OFFICERS: President , Vice-President Secretary . Treasurer . Advisor .i U 7 --Lenora Porzio 4 Donald Braffit Terry Anderson . Patty Spence Richard Munson A special society for students in terested in science-related fields scholarship and aptitude . n cosine, and tangent . .. delving more deeply sharing and ab sorbing a very precise science , 1 40 so 5-J ali T K fs Lp -'x l 28 38. gg Wi-C . , '?'ffIiIf X. , ,"" 'qffkf' 'S A 'A 2 '- s ' nr v," A . if f ' , 4 "" '-.Ll V., h na, ' sf Oo Qs. -.' - ,, mu. -,. ' 1 6, It I, u,y.,.,-..-.z NATIONAL SPEECH AND HEARING ASSOCIATION OFFICERS: President ....... .4.. G all Simmgng VICE-PVGSICIGFIT .... '.4.' T ere-53 Barnes SeCY6t8I'y ....... ttvl M al-'nie Thgmag Treasurer . - - ,,,,,,,A Linda Priester Advisor i H ,H Miss Susan S. White Gary Black Candice Hunnicutt Mary Bunn Barbara Leathers Beth Fogarty Mike Garrett Vernon Hardy Emily Harris Louise Lewis Marilyn Lopez Mary Ann Mallory Nancy McCord Students with special interests ..l speech pathology .., audiology education of the acoustically handicapped ... ASHA convention ... Regency Hyah House . I . writing a constitution ,., GSHA's Fall Con- ference selling candy spe- cial education .,. special people uniting students with a com- mon academic interest. Michelle Morgan Mary Lee Pennington Phyllis Postell Margaret Powers Beth Tillman Marjorie Wallace 129 SOPHQMORES ASSOCIATION OF GEORGIA Mary Andruss Mary Bailey Valerie Hallman Martha Lanier Betty Meachum Carolyn Miller la- li U S ill ir -- ,-. .W QF ii? OFFICERS: Carol Sutton ... Carola Keller .... .loan Sullivan .,., Elliott Butler .... Sally Welsh .... HHH! iw?- P' Vice President Corresponding Secretary Karen Vickers . . . ....... Recording Secretary Mary Bailey ..... Carol Hardigree . .. FRESHIVIEN Susan Bennett Carol Brooks Elliott Butler Cheryl Cooper James Edwards Dawn Eicher Patricia Ellison Carol Hardigree ...Sophomore Treasurer Tricia Harrell Susan Hart Mary Hughes Mary Jarrell Martha Painter Ellen Reed Linda Stokes Karen Vickers ax ' X01 x ,. 4 1 Q Qmoffwfy--'-.-' iff f "-fr.-FU N'2".:'-"'4ihi,'i'5'f5i 1 ""1"?l5'f-' E-Tse!! ' rs ,w 3, - 'vi 19-11 ff. ' it' vi-Q.-..p..' .. Poivi-Poivi SQUAD OFFICERS: Captain , . 4 . ' A ' Jan Blitch CO-Captain v-'- "' Janice Banks CHOYGOSVBDWBV A - W '1-""'4" Jan Harrell Advisor W - "" MissJacquelineWilson Drumming up spirit spread- ing enthusiasm ,M making a rous- ing success out of a new idea in scholl spirit , a group displaying true Pirate spirit. 132 Hazel Charles Marilyn Cushing Mary Lee Doss Joann Garner Yolanda Harris Lynn McEIveen Jan Reiser 1. L.. -' A .- - -' ' s '1 :nn .. . f. rf'-Q. ' ,v ve l 1 4' f: tilt' l'i'Qa4p'. -'gr -' J 1' : - .. . . -, -L 'II' ." - - 'J'-mf: 5, . "SID -4 1 "F , TJ-fWhhv"-Q1 ' -uw , ,, ,. .-Q: it -.s.'.'f- fl- I i- -- -,- l - - 11. 2 ?"b"2r in-' --pv.,- V 1' -- -,I ' , - . als f .. s . . In ,,,4.'-4. sb. , "hr - ,W - .' TQ." . fl ' ,I ,'i4:11Q'i sl, . " 'r V--" 'Pho 51:0 is J , jj- L .. , . ,A',.wl Z,-v7Q4gIE' , ' 5 A . .1-' ' l 4 Q- ' 'lv u, ,u " .2 , ,AWP alfa :ff Vp. . f 1- O- J gs.':vAL 1 flgzis I L4 . , t' - -' V' ,44 yi 2, . vi . " ...V,.,a. 1 g,'-Q? -,,- A .W Q, 3, ' . .assi ':-..'- .- .J ., . -Y.. - 1: . . -if-E 737514. Q .4 '. -W . . y g.r',g- .,,. ' 4 I4 , . I 1 , 'O 'A . 4 3 ', ..3:.-7: . . gn, I, -me '1'4:'.4F,9lf,Ii-bZP'al::g F 1 'On 'i "vy- Miss Wilson. Advisor 6' 3' 91: tb A PA N H E L L E N I C C C U N C I L eJlZ'1Li?E2laSiTiZf2I,5Q"? 56535722 ideas into action "sisters" ,. women linked together by interest. Theresa Barnes Debbie Casper Sharon Wallace Annette Wilkins ' o Miss Lynn Bens n, Advisor 133 ,..4., l PE 0 C B Dirty socks .,. misplaced sneak ers .,. tennis balls that just wont bounce shaping up for things to come The P.E. Majors Club SFFIZERS J h F. hb k striving to make education a Vfjpfgsident ' ' ' Caergmrargg well-rounded system in condi T' 'P y tioning both the mind and the body Secretary .,.., Linda Von Bergen Treasurer ... Sharanne Ashley Advisor ,,,... Coach Tapp Marc Adams Dianne Binns Fred Brimmer Larry Burke John Carroll Roy Carroll Janice Carter Forrest Chambers Clifford Cox Jerry Culver John Dressel Oscar Figueroa Kathleen Fogarty James Hardy Linda Hodges Jan Hogan Mike Holiday Tom Jenkins 134 Barney Kinard Lamar Kirkley David Lain Sherry Lamhut Debra Lang Michael Lariscy Jan Mahaffey Bob McLaurin Joy McNeill Steve McNeill Franklin Moore Maureen Mosley Melinda Paige Robert Phelps Wayne Phelps Zan Philbrook Sonny Powell Ken Powers Susan Purvis James Ray Julianne Rossiter Stan Sammons Chris Seale Meredith Smith Wanda Smith Bubba Spann Charles Thomas Curtis Warner Roger Weber Nancy Webster Susan Webster Kathryn White Ike Williams Tom Yarbrough PHI ALPHA TH ETA OFFICERS: President ,........ A,A.4 J Oyce Dixon Vice President .... ,,,A C Onnie Engle Secretary ....... ..,... C arlette Barry Treasurer . .. ....4. Bill Richardson Historian .... .,..,,.. T wila Haygood Advisor .... ,... M rs. Madaline Boney Bill Apps Billy Jackson Orson Beecher Dena Bodziner Philip Branstuder James Brinson David Brogdon James Burch, Jr. Larry Butler Richard Chase Anne Cook Bill Coyle Bernie Comaskey Marion Dantzler John Duncan Hank Eason Jim Gross Richard Hauton Caroline Hill Jennifer Hoffman Elizabeth Howell Mark Johnson Dwight Kelley Osmos Lanier Betty Levy Cheryl Lopatka Jennie Mabie Mike Marburger Linda Marshall Diana Meehan Jeanette McHenry Marion McKenna Charles McManus John Newman Elizabeth Noble John Osterwell Al Pace Bob Patterson Richard Powell Rebecca Pruitt A national honor society for stu- dents majoring in history peo- ple aware of past events and their interrelation with today holding a glimpse of the future chorni- cles of life. Mary Roberson Melanie Roberson Major Steve Rogers Warren C. Rogers Mary Ralston Frances Schwalbe Nancy Slotin Evelyn Spence Glenn Smith Anne Stewart Jerry Spivey Peggy Strong Larry Thompson Macie Tison Clyde Tucker William Vinson Roger Warlick Joan Williams Paul Yeakle f a ,. As al I 1 J ,,,,. A ' . Q ' - ' 'f H , s.. ...N . X , .U if I W .A 1 . it V Y 'Lf 3 a , 'T ' 'A ,ff 'Wi ,P 1 ' 1 . , I .un 1 ..,, fix X A h f 'rl Y A W A ,, ' T I? ' A . .wi , ' ' ' -1 J 1 ,,, , ny .. I. li 5 4 ' ' .AL A' . h .- Q i . "'i ' ' fur ' ' X F07 ,I -' 'i 'h v I N 41 1 in i I 5 i - 3 , 'fi if l. ay' .i 1 S 'Q i W, . - ur 1' S ,,- L. X . F 5. Eli i .f. i Y J Professionals examiningthe principles of health preparing for tomorrow cultivating pro I E N E I I O N moting, and sustaining dental hy SOPHOIVIORESZ Janice Davidson Cheryl Lynn Davis Julia Dyer Ronnie Ermine Cindi Hench Cheryl Hickman Alice Jayne Cathy Kennedy Robin Linkow Barbara MacLeod Debbie O'Connell Donna Owra Lorie Pettit Pam Richmond Janet Stenman Judy Strayer Thr: 1973 111 Gmfluuting C Christie Thomas Ava Myra Tirldle Beverly Towles Kimi Varkonda Heidi Winegard FRESHMEN Debbie Allegretti Jacquelyn Bergdahl Irma Bowen Deborah Brannen Margaret Bryant Deborah Casper Linda Elliott Mary Jane Getter Susan Hires Gail lngram Victoria Johnson Kathryn Legge Nonna Lork Patricia McDonald Cynthia Morgan Jenny Newsom Barbara O'NeaI Mary Pandak Nancy Pavey Carol Snyder Janis Snyder Theresa Solomon Brenda Spaulding Vanessa Szczepanski Elizabeth Wardlaw Marcia Wilson r Q11 4 'T' .' .flfi 4 .11 UNITED CHRISTIANS ON CAMPUS Jo Lynn Banner Reb Barnes Steve Van Brackle Don Bruer Bennis Butler Eddie Carriere Joey Carriere Earl Denty Susan Dowes Pat Fleming Phil Fountain Betty Futch Lloyd Gomez Janice Hall Kay Harper Rex Harper McCall Harty Mike Hodge Kenny Howard Glen Kersey Dee Dee Meyer Jean Meyer Teresa Muller Lane Nelson Kathy Robertson Bob Tatum i -.4479 " iii' . ff An opportunity for Christian fel- lowship ... people supporting their beliefs coming closer ,. feel- ing music I.. reaching for new levels of understanding apply- ing the Bible's teaching to their lives so that they may teach others. Debbie Walters Delene West Kay Williamson David Wilson Anne Mayer, Faculty Advisor Associated with UCC: Reverend Charles Houston Father Joe Stranc Father Joe Way Reverend Roy Wise 137 in. .ff ' X w I "'x 'lo ' f"" ! 1 ' I I g v- x ' e v.3'd..:' 5 .,,. , . uf . 1 4' ,N ff ".-" 'ff -. 1' "',:.,,' ' ' -,L -1 -'-.,12w4. x 4 - 1:4753 yi. 'wr :SF - ' V SWEQ, - .' , . , . I .' 'fun fi -A ""x greek ll i -1 ,Lf- Q NAVAYSNAH C Qin ii- ' . 'Yi Q Q V' Q 5 I i nl 'E 14 ' x u .lb . X., I- tgv 3, I X fi ' lx . j lf 'l Y X ff " x D ' rw' I . ' - '1- -N X' C!-J l Sly' ' ,I - , - fx, 'Aw l ' xg l- if . J' SY Q Y f'!j 1, it 'L' ' M H nn- " bf 4- i 5' ,Jlr gi, KIT , T-L -s':'Qg ' v on L sw, .X tv it Left to Right- Front Row Jan Kirkely Jan Renser Lynn Leggett Sally Welsh Susan Purvls Linda Hodges Second Row Heidi Golden Kathy Simpson Mary Ann Rieser Zan Shelton Cathy Derst Mary Ann Mallory Michelle Redmond Debbie Smith Donna Jones 1. ini-s. Third Row Kathy Robertson Teresa Rahn Barnes Eleanor Patton Debbie Douglas Beth Waldrop Suzanne Puckett ALPHA GAMMA DELTA President lst. Vice-President .... 2nd. Vice-Pr sid Beth Waldrop Eleanor Patton Cathy Derst e ent ..... ...ss. Recording Secretary Lynn Leggett Corresponding Secretary' Treasurer ................ , , , Membership Director . Rush director ......, W. Heidi Golden . Mary Mallory Donna Jones Lynn Leggett GAMMA RHO CHAPTER Alpha Gamma Delta all the way from Syracuse, New York in 1904 to year number four at Arm- strong State College. Fun and work! Gamma Rho Chapter is active in most every facet of life. The chap- ter provides altruistic services by contributions to aid in the rehabili- tation of minimal brain damaged children. Along with this, Gamma Rho extends other altruistic ser- vices in our own community. The sisters of Gamma Rho serve and participate in many aspects of campus life. Several sisters are ac- tive in the Student Government Association. Numerous Alpha Gams have been named to Who's Who. Alpha Gams have also partici- pated and placed in the Miss Gee- chee pageants. Other sisters have received top awards from local civic organizations. Moving right along . .. Linda, you can't be in the middle all the time SISTERHOOD secret pals, be on time, terrific pledges, candle- lighting, banquets, food and MORE food, Go team, Woman! Hey - Dee - Kay - Dee Alpha Gamma Delta Rah, Rah, Rah. Alpha Gamma Delta -the reflec- tion of many ideas, and the hope of projecting great goals and a great Fraternity. 145 President ...,. Vice-Presi n The ETA NU Chapter of Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity was colonized on the ASC campus in 1970 for the establishment of a more lasting basis: for the promotion of broth- erly, love, kind feeling, and under- standingg for the mutual benefit and advancement of the interests of those with whom we sympathize and seem worthy of our regard. The Pike's have extended their 146 PI KAPPA ALPHA ETA MU CHAPTER interests into numerous commu- nity, social and school activities, including endeavors such as a Hal- Ioween party for boys of Bethesda and the initiation of "Pack the Civic Center Night" in support of the Pirates. The "Trash Can Brigade" and the Homecoming Float of PKA add spirit on the Basketball Court. The Pike's are avid participants in all phases of the college like includ- Neil Greene cCorkle ing the SGA Senate, Intramural Sports and ASC Season Ticket Drive. Because of a spirit of unity, am- bition, altruistic endeavorg Because we are first to have a good party and first to lend a helping hand: Because we are proud to be Pike'sg we have made this the year for Pi Kappa Alpha at ASC. Not Shown Le Rea Tilton Debbie Sanchez Judy Daniells Nancy Bragg l Front- Left to Right John Willoughby Mike DeLoach Carol Hudson Ricky Rushing Billy Bremer Second Row Pat Talley Steve Harris Gary Johnson Whip McCuen Charlie Strickland Jeff Goodman Bo Laissy Third Row Michael Hargroves Pete Brumfield David Dickey Don Waters Jimmy Alderman John Whitney David Greene Neil Babbs Coty McCarthy Andrew Zeigler 147 ll Illlllm 5 Left to Right Phil West Paul Kaluzne Greg Hulmes Nick Lee Hue Patrick Joe Duckworth Ted Hoover Chris Lee Jim Wosmick 148 Snuffy Smith Chip Humphrey Jim Mallory Bobby Aycock Paul Lennard Earl Cox Rene' Romagosa Bud Hayes Danny Williams Richard Chambless Not Pictured: Hunter Rackley Bob Bosque Wayne Miller Linn Brunsed Don James Gary Mitchell Greg Sharpe Richie Thoman Harold Cronk Gary Purvis Founded on December 10, 1904 at the College of Charleston, Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity pervades all walks of campus life at Armstrong. After a highly successful Fall rush, the brothers are working industri- ously as well as harmoniously with all pledges in order to promote the PI KAPPA PHI it 'k Archron H Paul Kaluzne Treasurer Romaeosa Secretary . EBT' Cox Historian Don James Chaplin Cronk Warden Humphrey GAMMA STGIVIA CHAPTER boundless opportunities of brother- hood. Beginning in the Fall with the Founder's Day Banquet, and cul- minating in the Spring with our an- nual Rose Ball, Gamma Sigma Chapter enjoys a well-rounded so- cial life. Pi Kapps can be found in Student Government as well as on important campus committees, helping to stimulate and encour- age vital student-faculty relation- ships. Nearing the end of our sec- ond year of chartering, Pi Kappa Phi is proud to be a part of Arm- strong State College. 149 PHI KAPPA TH ETA WZ Kobler KAPPA Phi Kappa Theta was founded in 1899 resulting from the union of two local fraternities on the Lehigh and Brown University Campuses. With chapters located from East to West and North to South, the broth- 150 ALPHA CHI CHAPTER ers of Phi Kappa Theta strive for leadership, high ideals, and brother- hood. The fraternity was colonized on the Armstrong State College Cam- pus October 1968. Since then the brothers have participated in activi- ties which develop individuality while insuring group unity. The brotherhood of Alpha Chi Chapter is looking forward to a progressive year. I if who 'i' - .,-...- Standing, Left to Right . .. Lynn McClveen, Jim Cooper, Drew Ernst, Billy Bostock, Wayne Smoke, Pat Weeb, Gary Wallace, Mike Towns, Leo Burnsed, Cissy Burroughs, Dav- id Beall, Patty Ward, Ed Fogarty, Cathy King Sitting, . . . Rusty Womble, Stan Reed, Tom Fogarty, Eva Curry, Howard Smith, Skip Wal- den, Chip Woods, Benny Walker, Chris Kob- 4 'i er , a' ' 4 leur, Tom Stedman, Daivd King, Vernon Law- less Not Shown Steven Usher, Artie Rahn, George Miller, David Kendricks 151 PHI MU MQ, S W Norris Vice ckerson McTeer Ernst Treasure O'Neal Fogarty Pledge KAPPA OMIC RON CHAPTER Phi Mu, the second oldest na- tional fraternity was founded at Weslyn College in Macon, Georgia in 1852 and became the first wom- en's national fraternity founded here at Armstrong. Love, Honor, and Truth, the three ideals of Phi Mu, are learned by each sister as she continues 152 through college. The wash board band, the Car- nation Ball, the Hospital Ship S.S. Hope, the national philanthropy, as well as participation in cheer- leading, the Buccaneers, Who's Who, campus organizations, Honor Council, and the Student Govern- ment are only a few ways Phi Mu spirit is shown. Phi Mu has grown into a close bond of love and sisterhood which dwells in the heart of each Phi Mu. Excitement is shared by each Phi Mu when a sister excells in beauty pageants, sweetheart titles and scholastic awards thus adding to the heritage of Phi Mu. 'U i ..L. Front - Left to Right Nancy Pavey Bitsy Owen Francie Browne Debbie Groover Pam Groover Janet Byerly Helen Fogarty Terri Fogarty fa? J N! Center - Left to Right Nanci Futrell Debbie Casper Cindy Dismukes Judy Ernst Debie Brewer Beth Fogarty Marsha Dickerson Salli Norris Kathy Huskisson Back - Left to Right Diane O'Neal Carole McCorkIe Carol Brooks Liz Schroder Cindy Vickery Donna Miller Diane Barber Karen Crowder Holly Shaw Terri Swindell Lenora Porzio Tricia Davidson Debbie Aycock Debbie Laing Gail Simmons Top to Bottom: Mary Anglun Becky Camp Mary Kessler Patricia Snngleton Dukeana McWaters Jean Crawford Angela Robinson Sandy Wonderley Sharon Wallace Susanna Webb 'il' 'Yll"Yf 1' 'bl' 0' i .Tl 'fm X, 'if an 'bl' xv' J Q ' I 1 X 4 Y M-f '.- f ynzn, I ' l 1 Pres'dent i lst. 2nd Rec Sigma Kappa, with her 1874 founding, is one of the oldest of the Greek letter organizations. Sig- ma Kappa has a diversity of na- tional projects. The first is our Maine Sea Coast Mission, establish- ording SIGMA KAPPA EPSILON SIGMA ed in honor of our Maine founders Countless boxes of gifts, clothing, and toys are donated to the under- Mary Kessler . Mary Anglin , Susanna Webb Jean Crawford Scholarships are awarded each year to this school. Sigma Kappa is the only national sorority that works privileged families of Maine. The with the elderly as a major philan- American Farm School in Greece thropy. exemplifies education for women. 155 -Y 4- 1 y 41 .ii- 3, C 'WN ' 0 A -3- 84 ' J-YA! V'4,'+ Ai? ' Q g , I-1 Front Row - Lofi to Right Second Row Not Shown Fred Worrlll Doug Couse John Holland Harry Jenkvns Lee Thompson Everette Ragan 156 Dave Thorton David Bishop David Daugherty Dan Brown John Skinner George Langford Dan Massey Charlie McAuIey Bob Dlmmick George Pennington Pat McAuliffe Wendell Smlth SIGMA NU Harry Jenkins ,--A- Commander Wendell Smith . .... Lt. Commander Dan MESSQY 4 ,..... Treasurer Dan Brown Corresponding Sec, Doug Couse .,..1.. Recorder John Holland Sigma Nu is a national fraternity with its headquarters located in Lexington, Virginia. There are over 185 Sigma Nu Chapters through- out the world and over 1200,000 initiated members. On November 12, 1972 a colony of Sigma Nu Fraternity was found- THETA PSI CHAPTER ed here at Armstrong State. After less than a year's existence on cam- pus, the colony met and surpassed all national criteria and was initiat- ed as Theta Psi Chapter of Sigma Nu Fraternity on September 23, 1973. On November 1, 1973 the new .... Pledge Marshall chapter moved into its first frater- nity house. The house will play an important part in upcoming rush programs and other social activi- ties. The Theta Psi Chapter actively participates in intramurals and school sponsored projects. 157 faculty 5 I 1 .I , 71 ADMINISTRATION bv f J, Dr. Henry L. Ash more, President of Armstrong State College I I 1 'I l 4 L fe W i 160 -1 W. pb , A 2' e'fI"f?v ADMINISTRATION Top Left: D. H. Dean Propst, Dean of the College, Top Right: Dr. Joseph V. Adams. Dean of Graduate Studies, Bottom Left: Dr. Joseph A. Buck Ill, Dean for Student Affairs, Bottom Right: Jule R. Stanfield, Comptroller 161 Top: George S. Hunnicutt. Regletrar and Director of Admlnieelone, Middle Lett: James O. Baker, Director of Development, lldde Right: Dennis Pruitt, Director of Student Actlvltles, Bottom: James Majors. Director of Publlc information ADMINISTRATION 162 .nv 4 N164 on Q Q ? E ADIVIINISTRATIONO .3 ,? 'fi 0vl7""5'lm . 1-ay ,. -A-,M C' '67 N5 Q N 241' Y TOP: Stanley Warren, Systems Analyst, BOTTOM LEFT: J. Phillip Cook, Counselor, BOTTOM RIGHT: Wood row Griffin, Director of Financial Aid I I ACADEMIC SKILLS Top Left: Mary W. Horton, Top Right: Claudette Warlick. llddle: Jack H. Padgett. Bottom Lelt: Carol Smith, Bottom Right: Dr. John R. Hansen, Doplrtmont Hold 164 1 53 fi 1 B 'ss BIGLOGY Agfa ii-fe.-F 3 x 4 Top Left: Dr. Alex D. Beltz, Top Right: Dr. Leslie Davenport Department Heed, Middle Left: Moonyean Brower, Middle Right: Donna Olmstead, Bottom: Dr. Francis M. Thorne ,., I . "S, - .-wg. " Afv1T-:- . 1 X .MF I - ,Q 'Q',.!'f. . ,Ay , ..fQI5w,, I 0 . S-W1 - BUSINESS I' ADMINISTRATION ' 4 .- B . I rx X .IJ If Top Ldt: Dr. Sarvan K. Bhatia. Top Right: Dr. Orange W. Hall. Dopartmont Hold, Bottom Loft: William R. DeCastro. Bottom Right: Glenn Briercheck 99.-lm G4W,' . tn. ?'3'9Qw-...Q N - fH':"'2f:f-'--fK...,', ff ' ' S: ' l 514- no-..-0 ff" D l . ' I .l-xl QQ 5' ' .il ., . . . ,,,,,I ,,,.wQ- .or .,.. . . . 2 . A .jg 9-.',.+ 4 Buffs-ff" I Q" . ry . 5- ...fx '4?,f'C -wtqf .0 IY I BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Top Left: Dr. Thomas M. Zepp, Top Right: Dr. Thomas Eason, . Middle Left: Dr. Emory H. Richards, Middle Right: Michael LaBurtis, 1 Bottom: Rubyen M. Chambless 167 CHEMISTRY AND PHYSICS Top: Dr. Henry E. Harris. Department I-load, Ilddlo Long Dr. Pgul E. Robbins. lddlo RUM: Dr. Morris L. Whiten. Bottom: Dr. Cedric Stratton 168 nv 'Z I ,.,--" "I A J I CRIMINAL JUSTICE' W .M I Top: Dr. James W. Witt, Department Head, Bottom Left: Dr. William L. Megathlin, Bottom light Dr. Robert E. Magnus 169 DENTAL HYGIENE .4 . ,Q tf 05' I , M .V-, A L. S . I . ' .-4 -.4 1'-"""' ' , 3 "' 5. ,. wp, L- , 4 ' . 4. .A A-'A 'N- F' , A MA. 02.5-e.,7 ,5, . J' - 'g .' l1'!-b0,'.'7 'L - J ' S- . u ' 'R' 1 " ,Ac i'5.l. -' , N- . I Top Left: Dr. Alston J. McCasIin. Department Head, Top kit: Teresa Coursey. llddk Loft Faith McAlhaney. ill Dr. Silas McCaslin. Bottom: Barbara Tane- NIM: baum 170 x fn- Q xx .X , I n K .Q 5' ' M71 A s I Q... .1-1 X E - 4' r ff' A NURSING QT: . CEQA Taq: Suster Mary Bonaventure. Depart- . ., ment Head, Middle Loft: Mary Mqlev Q . . Center: Sarah E. Shearouse. Middle Right Dorothy G. Bell. BOROIII: Loreen P. Overstreet 4 171 I'- ,'54 1-A.v,'.-. 3' , 414- I wr - rfi'-"' ' EDUCATION Top: Dr. Richard J. Simensen, Middle Loft Dr. Gerald F. Lentini, llddll Right: Dr. Lloyd S. Newberry. Bottom: Dr. William W. Stokes. Do- panmontllud 172 S I rr J I T ' nw- f-- f , I lu. . .a" 5. I -.F 3 u '.. 1 Q' Qc bw . V V , QN i,.. A V' .s 1 ' -'QM' ' LIBRARY SCIENCE --Q Top: George W. Sloan, Head Librarian, Bottom Left: Ruth Prantalos, Center: Ardella Ball, Bottom Rightf ' 173 HISTORY AND QS-'4 J, ' -,,...sI C POLITICAL SCIENCE J Lomaskey mean un: DY John c, Mgcafmy. mwah Rlhi: Madalme P Hom-y 808001: D' Th0r'1a5 Fuller G ft 24x x - ,L . 9 Lf?"- 1 rf' A I A, , 45 A. I. 45 .- .. g "N ' , x 9 M 5 '. I 4- .' . x .11 Y, .4 , L! rl X. 23 li. . .ff .a-f""" 'F' ' A 'Xiu 174 35' , "QQ 5. -X . V 1,-S4 1 I I fi: ikxx Top: Dr. John F. Newmen, llddlo Loft: Dr. Roger K. Warlick, Department I-load, lllddlo Rkht: W. Orson Beecher. Bottom Loft: Dr. John Duncan. Bottom Right: Dr. Ross Clark 3' HISTORY AND POLITICAL SCIENCE 175 ' .I iyvt a .- LANGUAGES AND LITERATURE ""' -six FRN n.--'Q we X L H ' . ww-2 N . .A n 'EX t B,"'6 1 Top: Marvm V. Jenkons. Center: Kent Brooks, Bottom Left: Dr. Robert Strozier. Bottom Right: Charles C. White 176 A my .1 , Fl .fxxx 6 ff"""- LANGUAGES Z A Oo 'Q arm. AND LITERATURE vs il' , Top Left: Dr. Hugh Pendexter, III, Department Head, Top Right: Dr. Lea L. Seale, Bottom Left: Hugh R. Brown, Bottom Right John A. Welsh LANGUAGES AND LITERATURE .m..:. VJ "" lv' 1 X ' it 1 1 Top: Lorrame Anchors. Bottom Loft: Drt Joseph Kullorm. Bottom Right: Davud Noble 178 YL rw'-'QS 'es f I A I gs 1 I 1 . s p E !5 , hi, ,. .5 3 4 "uv :Si 2 11116 rg' if - ,ff 4 , Aa E W1 A A ' X , U ', lug iv-3 -,if ' ,,-, Q I ' 1 ' N. ', ,. 'ix W I . , 2? if., vs A 1 ' ,L ,X fe, 1,4 Q A 1 149 is Q 'MJ 0. E LANGUAGES AND LITERATURE 1' Top Left: Virginia S. Ramsey. Top Right: Dr. Easterling, Bottom: John Suchower . , . .. . , x. J ... do Wulluam ,J . , 4- ,.',,,.-gli :fx I A - ,,.-If If gif? ..n- MATHEMATICS r QA T ix 1' A ,I "!4 7 -1,,J,-,,,,,.....1. -1 , , Q1 A .1 'wan ' - v 1 . - - - ,-S QI. 5.Z3"I'f v i A ' I 1. .1555 fu 'f figs... 1 1 4 , dm - ff' ' , ,rf 5 x F f If . 'V A .1 v Y 5 xr ka, .Ll H ' I Q - ' 41, .139 5' ' 180 I'op:.Dr, Avsla. COIIQ Ldt: Dr. Charles T. Shnpley. Cantor: Dr. .Ruchard E. Munson. Bottom Right: Dr. Ruchard Summervulle. lhputlnont Hold, Bottom Lott: Dale Z. Kulhether 1 49 sf' PN ix 5-if 4 M A7 MATHEMATICS 1 ' 'K 5 I 0-X X .3 1 V. K ,,-Q.: 'Qgpl' an -Q ff' -N. K ,x Q ' 4 J ' 6 Top Left: John Findeis, Top Right: Dr. Anne L. Hudson, Center: James S. Netherton. Bottom Left: James L. Semmes. Bottom Right: Dr. John S. Hinkle 181 PHYSICAL EDUCATION i t 4 A 3 f z"- I eb ata 'Q PHYSICAL EDUCATION ,.-0 1' w .AA- .-"' ' Y, . v , . fa. WS '19 ,," tg .P 1 . . , 'fm pr- r 9' 'fe wiv. fr Q km , R' I. 3 1 - C Sig! X ' y A t 2 5195 ' , ,PTE 2 Shir"-x V , , , gg R5 ,lg J K "'-N.. 1- " ' - :ff 4 - Y SQ: Top. George H. Bedwell Center: Bobby W. Welch Bottom Left: Jacqueline F. Wilson, Bottom Rightl ..f.4 t, -fe e ." o 253,43 'V-is 33 .5 183 PSYCHOLOGY AND SOCIOLOGY ,"' , 's . r fr I 4 Q J XX X I . -. , - 'PVR '- ' .-fxf'ip",5?' 4,',f.4..gr-1' L 'ad' ' Top: Mary C. Ralston. Clnttr Lift: Dr. Clarke Worthrng- ton, Department Mud, Center Right: Tnmothy A. O'Hlg- gms. Bodom: Elliot H. Palefsky 184 1 ' . sf' N 7 1 J --, 'X :'Y"?'X , , ,,.v,.,- Lv.-,a . AL K 1 .44 Y n I 'fl JV , Top Left: Dr. W. Keith Douglas: Top Center: Barbara G. Tanebauqr Top Right: Michael K. Corey. Canis Lift Dr. W. Keith Douglass. Bottom Rlht: P. Mschael Manuel. Bottor Loft: Dr. Joseph M. Lane 185 A 1 llll"' PERSONNEL 9 Top: Vicki W. Akins, Registrars Office. Top Left: Rose- mary Anglin, Comptroller's Office. Top Center: Vir- ginia D. Barry, Language and Literature Department. Top RUM. Sandra Andrews. Business Administration Department. Center Left: Richard F. Baker. Superin- tendent. Buildings and Grounds, Center Top Rlht: Mary Black. Cafeteria. Center Bottom RUM: Jan Bos- que. Library. Bottom: Ellen Cottrell. Financial Aid ' 186 Q K 4. . - . ,Flin K 1 fs 1 . E ,il TD' "" Kin O' Y. 'P 4 l rife I Vs l 3 '1 JU Q, ,-Q I O C l pq.-r ! 9 i O O I 9 qww-ii. V x Wi'-fl oifrfm . . 4, 5 8 9 . , 0 6 v 1 ' 9 ' 9 l 'gi '54-.I 0 . . 4 I' I QD, 0 i. ., YQHQIV .5 as i' PERSONNEL O 000000000 ..---sv Q A lv' - QM-' , -1. Top: Susie Ann Chirbas, Library, Canton Martha Benjamin, Mattie Dixon, Cafe- teria, Conter Top: Mary Ann CQnossa. Biology Department, Center Top Rlht: Eugenia Edwards, Library, Conhr Bot- tom: Pat Galliher, History Department. Cantor Bottom RUM: Donna Hardie. Office of Dean of Community Services. Bottom Loft: Evelyn Harrington, Presi- dents Office, Bottom Right: Ginny Ca- fiero, Comptroller's Office 187 , .1l PERSONNEL 5 .s '7 'S-. .. Top Left: Betty 8. Hunnicutt. Public Information Office. Top Center: Harriet Charlotte, Registrars Office. Top Rkht: Naomi Lantz, Office of Student Affairs. Center: Launa Johns. Comptroller's Office, Con- tor Top Loft: Doris W. Cole. Office of Student Activities, clllhf Top Riht: Jane Holland, Comptroller's Office. Center Bottom: Frances McGlohon, Education Department. Bottom Loft: Bertis Jones. Regis- trars Office. Bottom Right: Elizabeth Nlolpus. Criminal Justice De- partnwent , 188 o"..ll illlff ' 1 lf' K i O -4 , u xy, nr' ,u ka' - . zu 'A' a 5 Q , 17 . I aint. 5 ' ifi,2i Q . 9 .4 -gin Y " I PERSONNEL f .ri I' ' I , . gmqx Top: Carol Megathlin, Academic Skills Department. Toi Center Loft: Martha OIson,' Switchboard. Top Cont RUM: Edith Jean Meyer, Library. Conhr Loft Larry Fallis ComptroIler's Office, Conhr Top: Mae LeCount. Cafeteria Center Bottom: Carolynn New, Office of Dean of Grad uate Studies, Contor RUM: Thomas E. Nease, Manager Student Center. Bottom Loft: Mary Elizabeth Pound Manager. Book Store, Bottom RUM: Faye Allison Pingle Dental Hygiene Department 34 F PERSONNEL R 4 M Top Ldt: Russ Rawlings. Bookstore. Top RUM: Rebecka Patillo. Math Department, Center Loft: Bobbie Sapp. Chemistry Depart- ment. Comer: Mae Carroll Rushing, Library. Contor Rlht Henen Schoonover, Registrars Ollice. Bottom Loft: Deborah Sulli- van. Computer Science Department. Bottom RUM: Gus Stal- naker. Director of Campus Services i IW 101' F 177 AS, ..f'1 O A in 4. ls. 0 'T' we-.t S 26 7:-"""' ,...3 t ,fv'.A35.gfo 5 f gi. Q ..1 v.l'. QF,-Q' l PERSONNEL Q : in 8333311 nl rf' Ewa, ,Q-I do J" 'Wai ,, PK:-, -Q! ,Ury -.-., X ..,, iii I I- 1 "' - t X. v -1 S T Top Left: Nancy Skinner, Nursing Department. Top Cantor: Mary Smit Cafeteria, Top Right: Bea Taylor. Library. Conhr Loft: Susan Thrash, Offii of Student Affairs, Center Top: Camille Tomat. Word Processing. Cont Bottom Loft: Elizabeth Wallace, Physical Education Department. Cont Bottom Right: Veda Jo Weeks. Campus Nurse. Bottom: Joyce W. Weld Registrar's Office 191 Nl I. 2. 'Wm- -TF ,f 1,410 92 X lf rh- Eli! 4 1 . fa, L- 'fi ll "I fl Ex if 'E-J, ,. ,. 0 f f ""5'v7 .J X 193 i honors l WHO'S WHO AMDNG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES L. -I .fl ,v ,K .': :ill W X l x . 1 If A 'E TERESA RAHN BARNES at Alpha Gamma Delta Sorority :Q 1 fy r. Sweetheart of Phu Kappa Theta Fraternity C1971-72. 1972-735 ' Armstrong Student Speech and Hearung Assocaatuon The opportunltnes of unvolvement and Iearnung provuded at Armstrong have enhanced my experuences and knowledgeg broadenung my vaews and preparnng me for a rewardung career. t 196 xv! DEBRA ANN BREWER Phi Mu Fraternity - President Honor Council Secretary ofthe Student Government Association Buccanneer . .-4 . ii Q53 ' In WILLIAM C. BOND Editor of INKWELL President of the Student Government Association Golden "A" Award 5 F X , Q I 'NXQJ wwf' . gif' - .. .K first,-,I ':.-- Y- ' . - 5 . ,, "'x 'wky' FRANCES RICH BROWNE Phu Mu Fraternnty Senator of SGA Intramural Chaurman t s W g .. yn L ' " It 5 I A a L 'J f I HILARY P. BUZAS Cheerleader Presndent of Delta Lambda Alpha Honor Socuety Presudenfs Cup Wunner Armstrong State College has unstulled an me a sense of deducatnon, a feelrng of worth, and a desure to perform for the good of others. Y I JAMES L. COOPER President of American Chemical Society C1973-743 Senator of SGA Dean's Advisory Council Armstrong has afforded me the possibility of participating in many things that no other institution of its kind could have offered. I thank her. RICHARD B. EASSON Honor Council Finance Committee President'S Cabinet Because of the many friends I made among the students, faculty and administration at Armstrong, learning became a very pleasant ex- perience. 199 fig 2'- 1 1. QQ IQ. 11 2711-8-- dubai: --Q11-5 I 1 ,,- .1011 1iQ 'il- NUCA flip. Xiang :-Qgfvlg Av 5, c'J"I -1 N fi 111.90 , 134 1 Qui . its lf .. nuunrjf ,-Q ull.: incur .sun-as r-vw,-'cg r.uux.o-Q havin limi ii! -21 11 I ni , f-rrnqrmnyg mm Ywr rm IY'lSTfIJVT1fHf fl um prop :rump mv not only for 3 ro 1r".',ufJruVIfuTrTfm3UrfJv1f1f fi an lTFY1fJSDhf'Vf'H'1lf' nm Sum to r-nroun er 200 3 , ws Y it B NIILDRED D. LARRIIVIORE Alpha Gamma Delta Sorority SGA Senator Panhellenic President American Chemical Society k 1' KATHLEEN H. SWINFORD Phi Mu Fraternity Clreasurer and Vice Presidentl Buccaneers - Captain Student Association of Educators Armstrong is a very special place -lots of friendly people set in a background of outstanding academics. gs . X ERNEST H. LORENZ ASC B.3sketb.1II1971'74 Kwanus Club Scnolarsnap 1974 Student Government Assoclaton - Presudent 1974 innrwlstmtron, fueulty .mo student body has Qnven me a orrtgelessgaft the ,ability to know myself 'PQ T MICHAEL R. NICCLOY SGA Senator Honor Councul Outstandsng Student Senator 1972-73. Armstrong taught me the rneanung of professnontzlusm -4 the abnlnty to do your best even when you feel your worst , ill I' ff' li' 'xl' ,lg 1,1 fy LENORA I. PORZIO Armstrong Mathematics Assocation - President C1973-743 Senator of SGA Phi Mu Fraternity ASC has given to me the most precious things in life: good friends, stimulating conversation, enjoyable activities, opportunities to de- velop as an individual, and a top-rate education, 'Q ,wr JONATHAN E. REIIVIER Vice President of American Chemical Society Golden HA" Award Senator of SGA Armstrong has given me an excellent education as well as the op portunity to express myself in many interests. li 1' Z l I . 1 X6 L. GAIL SIMMONS Phu Mu Fraternnty Armstrong Student Speech and Hearlng Assocsatlon - President lm,-nflsnlps knowledge rrxperuences Lubrary Commuttee and educatlon all ga result ol my tour years at Armstrong. A ..l C. RICHARD RIGGAR Voice of the Purates 11971-72, 1972-733 Lecture-Concert Cnaurman Traftuc Commlttee Cnanrman ASC as large enough that you can be only one ol many students. but ut IS also small enough that you can get nnvolved wltn and un many many aspects of college lute that many students don't reallze even exnst. I feel that belng Involved has been a major part of the knowledge I have acqunred at ASC. 'YY slug' 15' Sig' .QL - ANNETTE WILKINS Cheerleader Phi Mu Fraternity Miss Geechee 1972-73 Buccaneer J. ELIZABETH WALDROP Alpha Gamma Delta Sororlty - Presudont lnkwell Columnist SGA Senator The four years l spent at Armstrong have provuded me wlth uhlorgot table frlendshlps that l wlll always have, f I ,,.,. . v -'T 1 1 'L ", 1 Y lv I' C! 75511: E '-JF ,:- 1 lbw I rx ' --41.--113. ,,.., ... . .:-,, "an-P 'W' I A75 H' " s f'1-' A I 'fliff i :I ff' ffZf f fffe' ' f ,yawn Q ..... 207 TI J I Tl lg, 'P .gs classes Qgg ,"'i-'El' as L A :- -' ' is 3' is , K A ull vs., .1 B 'I 1 0 I, x i U 5QfYUif5T1W1GC s'ff1'w N x b. +.- s ' - -. 'sun E , - 1145 3 I-Qi . x '-11 Q- ' .ns 'A 3 209 Nathamel Alderman, Jr. 8.A. Psychology T erry Anderson Math Teresa R Barnes Speech Correction Jerryi Beasley Nursing Her ky Benton Umrm G Bolzmder Political Science avi i fxi if-f ll 'W .5 .,"bO xs-Q' Uorus IJ Holarufivr Nursing Martha J Bow-1: Music Frances R Browne Elementary Education Hilary P. Buzas Psychology James L. Cooper Chemistry Corky S. Corcoran MarlretingfEconomics Matthew J. Daly Marketingfldanagement Craig M. Dinerman Economics Harmon J. Eason Accounting GRADUATES GRADUATES Pamela J, Easson Psychology Puchard B. Easson Blology Andrew H. Ernst Political Sclonco Ben F, Fargason History Ronald B, Fargason Psychology Lewus W, Fundley Accounting Jack Gorlesky Blology Robert G Harbs Chemistry Iwala C Haygood Hlstory " 'qx as Y if X R 91 fa v F-'K ". x ., 4 . , . 'x.g'2,-. Katnryne J Hulluard Elementary Education Debbie L. Holland Nursing Marlan Howarth Elementary Education Willa Howe Harry Hunter Mental Health Kathy Huskisson English Glenn A. Jeffers Marketing and Management Harry D. Jenkins History Ymlc yi Ijfr ,.. Biolozy 214 Pnvsncal Education ,- V. . , ,J 145 Nursing .V V. '.' Nermedy Dental Hygiene Francus R Kung Marketingfidanagement Dolores E, Knnght Elementary Education Lawrence R Lane Criminal Justice RobnnC Lunkow Dental Hygiene Marulyn M Lopez Speech Correction Charles E McAvIey Accounting GRADUATES HMT? ,l 01. GRADUATES W., 'or A . ,t..,. 'v W art "f Q-'rv J , 'f . uv' ti ,N M..- ..p- X Qt, 1r I ...H Us '!""'f' .--"""'iW ,ff Michael R. McCIoy Criminal Justice Edward C. Mizelle Accounting Grace K. Peskin Nursing Lenora I. Porzio Math Gary W. Purvis Criminal Justice Jon E. Reimer Chemistry , Ly.. 5, Accounting V' : Lf' warn Y 1 - fww, Management H 5. 'A LJ bump Esusrness Education Edward R Saunders Marketingfldanagemen! Dan rel T Scarwnd English Wullnam H Sharpe Criminal Justice Laura G Surnmons EducationfSpeech Correction P.s?rrf,1.sU Sufrrmu- Math 216 W .A!,1a 'gnu' Qvtfd. R L: A-"f ':'-' Yi'd"':t4'fN ff' ' 5-1, W, GRADUATES Brenda L. Starling Nursing '57 Terri S. Swindell 'J Nurslng David M. Thornton Accounting Q0 Ava M. Tindle an Dental Hyglene Q KIIQ Beverly A. Towles Dental Hyglene Jessica E. Waldrop Biology Sara K. Welsh Nurslng 5- -.7 Annette Wilkins Elementary Education Heidi D. Winegard Dental Hygiene , 'nv' .....u.d 217 UNDERG RADUATES Sugbert H. All Ronald E. Ammons Dorothy E. Anchors Elanne A. Andrus Susan Arden Mary L. Austln Bobby G. Aycock Januce E Banks JoLynne Banner John G Barber Barbara A Barnwell PhuIhoC Barnwell UNDERG RADUATES Karen Y. Boles Irma Bowen Brad Brady Donald J. Braffitt Debbie L. Brannen Deborah K. Brantley Troy E. Brantley Debra N. Brewton Barbara A. Branson Carol J. Brooks Dena E. Brown Ruchard H. Brown Pete L. Brurnheld Duane F. Bryan Carolyn Buckner Polly A. Bush Mava J, Byrd Joseph S Cahero Rusty Cagens Gary A Calhoun UNDERG RADUATES ""'l B4 L' 1 rw. v- 44 , , Ji 5 '5'f.:"L. . so .9-11-5 :sa l bl laivnsifqlr f B- :lvl 1 ' l I , 'Sn' I 5 ,?.x P"""' BJ 90,1 J . , A Y- x,-7 M-5-v' - x A 5. x Q A Deborah E. Cameron Rebecca C. Carnp John M. Carroll Roy V. Carroll Janice L. Carter Jennifer A. Carter Deborah A. Casper Edward L. Cawley Tony J. Cela Richard A. Chambless Deborah R. Chisholm Donny L. Coleman x X x s,,,f ' Hrs..-a3'.":,.. UNDERG RADUATES 221 ff 3 Stephen F, Coleman Patrnck T. Conn Patncua A. Cook Edmond L. Cope III Lnnda A Cornoran Lawrenne P Corey Pk 'S "D- N ffxx kxwxfzlai 1 ', ,' Q , ,L x , mimi-,I -, MA BP . - 7 bf . I , A gn., i TF", 'uhh - 'Q ' Q L-AA uw,- Kenneth D Council CharIesV Coursey David S Cribbs Craig R Crosby Lila J. Crosby Charles H. Daiiey David L. Daugherty Julie A. Daughtry Patricia W. Davidson Debra L. Delettre Catherine C. Derst Marsha L. Dickerson UNDERG RADUATES Y 'K -1 ..- ,J L1.xUr1 , Uooglab l'g,m,kvNtf'YffW 'v-rw A lJurwC.Jn 0-5 Donna L. Dunlop Sally A. Elder -0-W Gerald W, Fnlas AArIand F. Flnng C1 Eluzabeth G. Fogarty Helen Ar Fogarty Kathy M, Fogarty Tern A. Fogarty UNDERG RADUATES 1'9- 9 Debra A, Franklin Bridgett E. Fultz Bambi L. Futch Betty L. Futch Joann Garner Benjamin W. Gill Karen T. Gleba Heidi L. Golden UNDERG RADUATES 1 . U ' UNDERGRADUATES : ' '- i it x -Q' Debra L, Hams Ann E. Harte Pamela B. Hatchell Clarence J. Hayes Cynthna A Haygood Betty J Haymans Janice M Held! Vrcky L Hsckerson TnornasJ Huggins Rrcnard P Hunely lnnda L Hodges f.,HfulHOhrwrl9lr1 ,..,...... In 2- 'Q r 53: - V- -9 K u,. Lu 441 'HS Juni Y .v .A lf .W U A A 1 tiI..."c""""'1"!'. C ,ff e""""Y?'r J.: A -vqounf. .- ' r F 4? 'llc 5 - X 1 I r .. - . 'l,U ins James Helter. Edward A Hoover Jr Joanna Hopkms Thomas T, Horton Cecelia Hunter Juliann R. Hunter 4: 4 R ,'.. ' I ,,, 1 r T, a .f-,-'Mfff -2 ' M' ' 'V MJ: 19, Q - " ...- ' 15? -'- ' '..,, , :.f.,'i,',. 9"7"filfi:"'k52' f7SQQl2,'v A " ' "" a ,,.,,ps1- ft - Jdlvii-1,r. ' Jos - - ,... v .,. A -1- , .v-. .. '- 'lilo' .:,'T'x,, ma. .4 ,- 7 -5 51,1 .f vi Hy. v"YWLJ N14 holJ5S Kenny JamesD Kung KayL Knrkland WIIIIQM Kmght Joseph N, Konwmsku Ruchard J. Landolt Jan F Langston Jo Ann Lamer is 5.1 XZ if , . ,. . ,.3, E31 j x ,If X T7 sys F-7 T? S4 X, -h-w.: 'ng V: u-. uu..- l ' - . . V Q l-utr.. , :X 5 hgth' -- 9. ' - X. 4 . 1 'Arn ', ,' - o ' xl - -- ,.. 5 . . ,N 1 'ax 1'-' Q ' ' elif'-57: 4 . -,. I-:' UNDERGRADUATES .- - ' --at . .sffs-' :Qf.-H '.'- -'Wwe yi . K 'D .LPTL Y' -V 1 'N "I,-... . - x ' X:-' Q '- nl . 1 Q X lu .' " M1 3x5 J' .v' ' u ,. .44 of . .. : 1' Lrlii 14-YU A , -U sig,-f -5 -,n- f - ,N I ' , . . - . - 1 p A -' .. Lt, .J 'fsnf -'XL -4. X-e.5:""2..5?x1-IX-vac' , -wx' Agn --:'--...-' - .S' ,- -. ',,., , .-4n4.'x1'-- '17 1" if -' gf' U'-'pfzn xg- x"7"' Q UNDERGRADUATES hi 'na-N Y" of 4' XS Martln H. Larlscy Jr ChrsstopherC. Lee Rudolph N. Lee David A. Leon Paul B. Leonard Fannie Lowman Norman W. Luten Kimberly A. Lynn Ralph C. Lyons Marsha L, Mack James H. Mallory Mary A. Mallory some R Mdrcantomuo Sandra Martm Wlllnma G McCabe Susan L McCoy Tamara J McDowell M.JrlorueS McGraw George MCKenme Jr Howard McRae u , I , WX ' UNDERGRADUATES Vuvuan A Meresku NaIl'1ar1leIMerrltt George E. Muller Johr1W Muller P.atrur,l.u A Mlncey KL-srol IJ Mrtnhell L.. V ,if X r 1 m3'ii .-x x. N Al' I L Thi 'R my A LQ, JQQS .. A ll if he .A :X . ' Mrfl'-..- Lx I ll Chrustuna U. Moody Michelle Morgan Theresa M Muller William M. Murphy Nancy M. Mydell Brlan L. Nagy Patricla A. Nalley Evelyn M. Neal Julie P. Newsome Salli P. Norris John M. Novikoff Jr Tom O'Brien UNDERG RADUATES ,1 tr fran-ll 'rt'?1.t UNWCY 141V Harker 'n- fxrtrt PABCAW Eleanor Patton Mary E. Perry Catherrne E Peterson Dranne E. Punckney Deborah A. Porches Guna D, Porter Margaret A Powers Sus1mC Purvls 'Fi 'T 31 N, L w--1' 7 11 UNDERG RADUATES TTT s Q I X ri 'x'- in ,. . .. - ' , '. ' A- 1' '. . .TCR4 . - A A 1 -I Ari vt H,- ' . -f I, fqkgt' we ' 1 -. 'nL'M -pfln-, , 'H 1 " ' f Kg-Q-'igaf n ' -A - wg! '-3,-3,-. 4, A ' Affgvi. H:'x'.1" J' - ., Div.- -,gl-K-T.. vifnrv.-sr, , ' ' - , L v- "Jr, . .- Y - ,di - , -- 11 Q.-f. f- UNDERG RADUATES 'Vi Willard A. Rahn Katherine E. Raines 5 Mary E. Roberson Lillian K. Robertson Q:--19 fgr- fw . '-so Angela F. Robinson Ricky L. Rushing Guy L. Sammons Elizabeth G. Schroder -1-x 'env H" Rosalee Scott Y'-IT' Robert C. Seale Deborah K. Sellers Lawann Sharpe 41-P1 233 HYHWWWFHU . u7:7r1"avn11r:x.vvm:v.-u:- -, Q . - Holly T Shaw Zan Shelton Martha R Sherlds Soma Srkes Tuck Sungelton Janrce L. Slater UNDERGRADUATES Joseph A, Smuth Nancy L, Srnrth Evelyn Spence Mary Stalnaker James R Stephens Georgina M Stevens Susdrrf Stone Charlie C Strickland 234 2' th D' ,H-'WY' X-. : - S 'JM - , r X,-., Q . og fi 'ffsx -ug 05,0 Q-V Q, 6-as .v 1, xx 5 gli 5 QN 4 , . V., J' ' '- , T' 'ff'.""vv ,,v' Jus .r,',Jl.J ..,'- r' ki -vw,J,v rfagf, J' 1 5 "+ve-.."'lJj if iw 4 'U 'QQ' Nix, V lllll l lt? lhl!I1lAlBfwlcll:1v'n'nlxsx.u.ur1n 'N Q man' A A l Wm, ,ln i UNDERG RADUATES ffl" 4 L ,f 'Fav ' ' N... A ' C15 x. v. T 3 rl ks .x ,I . , .I T - aye yxi YN Q' 'Y Tommy Sulllvan Susan Sutton Nancy C. Talley PatA, Talley Mary E. Tatum Joseph C. Taylor Richard D. Taylor Yvonne Taylor Lee F. Thompson James M. Trotter Lynn V. Tuten Cathy D. 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