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

 - Class of 1981

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' - . - - r - 1 fad! gv xxfw r v . A ,- A :rw A. . ' L -5- 1 Q THE GEECHEE Armstrong State College Savannah, Georgia W ii ll 3 4 We all deserve a new beginning, A time with all our troubles ending, But it takes more than our dreams for a brand new start We must pitch in and do our part. Learning, searching, growing, blending, Looking for that new beginning. We are different - yet still the same, Through CHAOS, Rush, intramural games, Honor Code and full class load, B.S.U. and Phi Mu, Basketball, class roll call, S.G.A., and Maspuers play, All these are parts of our common ground, Through which a fresh start can be found. Through troubles often come our way, There is a new beginning with each new day. - Steve Rich 6 7 8 Q AH G99 11 I3 1-1 X . .v ' 5 , 4 - WA ' I 5 . i 1 T 4 fx T by ,s . , ' ' ' . ' . ll , ,,. v W f ' 1 ' r 1 s ' 1 , X ' 4 I 6 A 6 1 --'..,,f - QM V ' ' . A Q x Q 3 . , ' 8 . Q., I .L Q' Qf. 5 xi -. xo. Q-X .. ,,, kt.. o tif 5 S-s. 0 Q i n f . 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He also Paddles a mean canoe, as evidenced on the canoe trip down the Ohoopee River last fall quarter. Anyone who knows Mr. Harris is aware of his dedication to his work and his willingness to help - one only must find him when he is in or when he's not helping someone else. He has the true school spirit: he came to school on Halloween dressed as "Darth Vader", he gave blood during the campus blood drive, and he participated in the CUB sponsored canoe trip already mentioned. Mr. Harris encouraged us in the spring of 1980 to try to get the yearbook started again. He was there with his support and advice during our numerous meetings to decide if indeed the administration would allow us one more chance to have a yearbook. Without his championship and confidence fthe latter suffered a little toward deadline time thoughj this annual would have not become a reality. For these reasons and others, this book is dedicated to him. """'v- '34, ,M , uv, 1.- Xx XX 'XX- 5 SXNS QQQF- xx 5:5 ""- -. 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Y, ..N't'I I K 'sl 5 Q 5 .A .LL X' . i CLASSES . . . "!! 'in- Above: I wonder what I'd get if I mixed baking soda with vinegar A V-v-f:::..a-f 9 ' r -4- rn.: f v-'31 , .'L'Y.44i4'3. y.. , fi, Qufpuluewipf .AJ-fl in :.Jf0k..f .:" IH 4 .1 .,.,,+v f, - f.,-rf, nw - Y ,vi . ' .L-F ' f. Av.-'.-4, A414115 1-.-tr-.AS ,-,.'L.,XJ,:-:il SPGRT fx 11- x Top: We've got legs . . . Not to mention style and grace Above: A little twit talk before the game Top: LONG SHOT! Above: To Be or Not To be . . . It is! It is! F X GRG N ZATIO X JffH1lm 5 if X I u p: PullPull l Tug Tug Above: CUB mem discuss student affairs. 1- f 4: Q .al ff r 1 . K K i, f -7 ' f a f'NN- 'A . . 1 25, :R ,'-0 '-ld W4 . if. 'E , 4 V av? ,IM I, Vo kg, . 0, ,- W A Q XQUQ' PLACES .--1, Pl .I 'T Y Ui . r' r, il s 0 4' U ' 150'- ,A ,. 0 .1 - " ...fs 5 A Q ' s un ntl Q ll ll - - 6 57 QV 0 0 0 '27 yu 1 Top Left: Blood Drives attract the strangest people! Top Right: Balloon - blowing 101. Above: Space cadets. Right: They said I'd never make it to college. D THI N. ....f' B OTOF LL... I 'y-' l N' 'ff 14 'I .b 'U DE T LIFE I Wg 1,,,....,.....x,., f ...W-ev.-..., .. .,..,. 3 W . 6 -'rf' . W ,, A .W- .. . . 4 'x . ,,.,,,,,,r' A , .....,.,..-..... , ,. , - Q U Q - jj ' .11 Y . ,N- QD. L X . V3 99 5690 f 1 I QW f CEN' Q xr FV QOYE PEOPLE ga-'f N ff' 'a L.,-N Rx, Q E2 '1tg X54 I f E 7 T-4"".l' Q 1 CANCELLED Due to student apath fl I t s , v .- !- I. -.1'-,,,- 19' if -f--'Q f IA -'K Q' .Sig ff'.'4HY a'g-gzivggi?-. ' ,- 'j tj, '-.' '-4 -I .V L-,lgm--' Fi 4' ' I' u 4 1 ,'E:: X '1 I x SVN ' V Nfl xx 'RQ' ix 1 If 2 - 1.111 1 A . x . DENT FE ' Al S N S XX 'QS Q, Q S W 'xp S Q Q S S Y Q Q N QQSQ 3 O-X K S X Q2 CDV S QV N Ks S Fatnli F-A Q. .Sp 1 Y Y, 1- 67 PRESIDE ORE ," if vm" I U as QQ H446 0 C' 9 'FgE'?. Vg 47' 43 ,U ll J, 0' 04 47 "R," 0 ' Q Born in Tallahassee, Florida in the 1920's, Henry L. Ashmore married Clarice Langston in 1946 and has two children. He went to school in Sopchoppy, Florida and obtained his B.A.E., with Honors, his M.A.E., and his D.Ed. from the University of Florida. He received the Graduate Fellowship from the University of Florida 1947- 1950. He was elected to Phi Kappa Phi, Phi Delta Kappa, Kappa Delta Pi, Phi Theta Kappa, and Alpha Phi Omega honor fraternities. He was also a Recipient of Outstand- ing Service award of National Athletic Association of junior Colleges. Dr. Ashmore is past president of Pensacola Iunior Col- lege and has been president of Armstrong State College since 1964. He is a member of the Board of Trustees of Candler General Hospital, Vice President to the Savan- nah YMCA, National Council Member of the Boy Scouts of America. He has had articles published in the Iournal of Educational Research and The Journal Of Teacher Education. Dr. Ashmore is also listed in Who's Who in America and Who's Who in American Education. 68 F1 Z' A' .1 .-dd ig M,,,,.v"""' 5-fwy-,5,,fx51.e ,, .1 .Q 1-. N... Mrs. Elizabeth Durfee, Secretary to the President 'Q 6, 1. Il A f , 1 S 'ln ?ZIl 51 I.. ff A lisa 'Z lls,1 w'B,,n 7.4, Q m . 2,at",' " 's 1 ,Q S 'B ss 'QPX5 will . 5- '-0 4, . 1 W S J i ww.. . ' - I ALM. ? Q - Ill UB. r"V rxIQ 3 Q 5 ggi! 4 .Q lil' S Q' gga .. iifi- get u , Kvw 5 i ' H g A x A. .sbys A. ! I, Q b L 1 5, , J, If ,",1'a, afxsxhts , "' , . , 5 O 1 11 X lg i 4 ' f ' flfifff Kgs If fly 5 13 . '. ' lfg' , vp sg VV' q! ' Q Q 4 I3 'G' gi Mqlzp 'W A 'ff .0 l' !' Vice President Robert A. Burnett I ESS OFFICE STAFF: Sherra Edens Paggie Wiklins Suzanne Beall Paula Tonpkins Maureen Groach Lauha johns lane Holland Art Prosser Iarnice Shaloski SCHOUL OF ARTS A D SCIENCE The School of Arts and Science was organized in 1978 at Armstrong by bringing seven exsisting departments into a separate academic-administrative unit designed to deliver more effectively the specialized instruction in humanities, sciences, and social sciences necessary for liberal arts and other degrees offered by the college. These seven departments are: Biology, Chemistrv and Physics, Fine Arts, Histroy and Political Science, Languages and Literature, Mathematics and Computer Science, and Psychology. By virtue of their instructional support for all degree programs at the college, most of these seven departments touch every degree student at sometime in his or her collegiate education. Students who complete degrees sponsored by the School of Arts and Sciences Benefit further from the established values of a liberal arts education. The goal of the School of Arts and Sciences is in, the broadest sense, to develop educated minds in the intellectual traditions of western culture. More specifically, the school has established its goals as those acquainting students with the diversity of the intellectual and cultural achievements of man, of assisting them to understand and assume their responsibili- ties as free men and women in a democratic society, and of providing a liberal education laced with sound instruction and a commitment to free inquiry. The School of Arts and Sciences is comprised of the following departments: Biology Chemistry and Physics Fine Arts History and Political Science Language and Literature Math and Computer Science Psychology ANGUAGE LITER T RE .X ' 1 i " Q ,..": N1 AL Q- L 455' zo XFX U K xx , nil' f X, Q xi . 4 ,sf - I xx' X N 'El rr-,N vid i xi: . 4 X ' fi' fiffiik 5' J FE O MATHE TICS AN TER SCIENCE Cha Staff: Dr. john Hinkel Dr. Anne Hudson Mr. john Findeis Dr. Dennis Geoffrey Mrs. jane Barnard Mrs. Vicki Norwich Dr. Richard Munson Mr. Harleston Cabainss Dr. Dale Kilhefner rles Leska, Acting Head Dr. james Netherton Dr. Charles Shipley w -,,,....wo-f""' J Jn,,,.....vb- -"" ,-h,. , sf 2. xegst ,,,, N -mv-,,,,,......q-ff PSYCHOLOGY to 1' .og dm, 3 THE SCHOOL 0F EDUCATIO The Schocl of Education of Armstrong State College is comprised of the Depart- ments of Early Childhood and Elementary Education, Physical Education and Athletics, and Secondary Education. Plans were developed for the new school during the 1978-79 academic year and implementation was begun in September, 1979. Major academic programs of study are offered by each of the three adminis- trativefacademic units of the school. The programs are offered at the undergraduate and graduate levels. Undergraduate programs offered under the Bachelor of Science in Education Degree include: Early and Middle School Education, Art, Biology, Business, English, Science, Mathematics, Music, Physics, Social Studies, Industrial Arts, Trade and Industrial Education, and Health, Physical Education and Recreation. Graduate level programs offered under the Master of Education Degree include: Biology, Chemistry, Early Childhood Education, Middle School Education, Behavior Disorders, English, Business Education, Mathematics, His- tory, and Political Sciencs. The principal goal of the School of Education is to prepare men and women to posess the ability to apply intellectually derived solutions to the problems and challenges facing mankind, and to be competent as teachersfeducators. PHYS CAL EDUCATIO STAFF: Dr. Roy Sims, Head Dr. Larry Tapp Mrs. Virginia Knorr Ms. B. I. Ford Mr. Michael Lariscy Mr. George Bianchi Mr. Ioseph Roberts Mr. joe Lewandoski Mr. Ed Aenchbacher Ms. Gloria Gill SCHOOL 0F HUMAN ERVICES , 'na A. 7-"'l'Y1Fal if 4-2,l'i.:.m-3,a,n i...,.z-',j.5v,-, .-...Q .-, 1.4- , W . - A :'?fEyiL'd-' - Q Y.-' T141-f.g",':c" - -"F .,'.,r,.q.Ha9',v-., g. '- girl- ff,- 'Q -7.55 J ,- .,...,-,,, , ,YQ ',-45.5, ,L,,q, if 1.25 a f, far' ---- fr, if v,s5,ra.t'r I ' ' '- .L1ift':" .,.. , ' ', ,fwfiif a g-:fb-'E' , ' '33, Q' , 3,..!,. , H The individual development of the student is the most important objective of a college education according to the School of Human Services. The School is headed by Dr. james F. Repella. The major role and function of the School of Human Services is to provide an appropriate academic, intellectual, and proffessional atmosphere for the development of a high level of professional compe- tence. This included, but is not limited to the develop- ment of intellectual and physical competence, self- esteem, independence, reliability, responsibility and leadership qualities. The School of Human Services includes the following departments: Criminal Iustice, Dental Hygiene, Associ- ate Degree Nursing, Baccalaureate Degree Nursing, So- cial Work, Respiratory Therapy, and Medical Records. SOCIAL J ' h' , x f . i lvxni f ' ' 'Fi f ' , .Q ' 'ug fl' 'Q fs 1.-L' 't 1 ' ., -Q L- ,i --: U :".j ,' '- - L" . ROTC THE SCHOOL OF MILITARY Army ROTC is new to Armstrong State Col- lege this year. It is headed by Major Howard Abney. Army ROTC provides college-trained officers for the U.S. Army, the Army National Guard and the U.S. Army Reserve. The Army gains officers who have diverse educational backgrounds and contemporary ideas. ROTC embellishes a student's education by giving him unique leadership and management experience found in a few college courses. It provides him with a developed sense of self- discipline, physical stamina and poise. Students develop qualities basic to success in any worth- while career. 80 SCIENCE "'1- """W"lik'?'u A - 3 :MN A iouska s-.Ask ,,,,,,,,,4,.mw -mia-' L1n .v .Mbna sn. meant .tt . , r , " A' "' -5"-- '-Jwikilihoxiagi ,,. -f iii N A .-.1 - :diana his anna Quan: ,flu -linu- DEP RT E T OF PECIAL T DIES I N sl IIN ex 'Q lo, 4 First established in 1970 as the Academic Skills Laboratory, the Department of Special Studies offers a course in study techniques, and remedial courses in reading, writing, and algebra. The department finds satisfac- tion in the fact that, from Iune of 1979 through August of 1980, 23? of all bacca- laureate degrees conferred at Armstrong were received by students who had taken one or more of the cIepartment's remedial courses. S1 MEDICAL RECORD TECHNOLOGY Arm Marohn, Director, MRT program, Betty Hahn, secretary, Setona Page, Faculty instructor. Dr. Iuan Ayala I FIRMA Y ,Atl Mrs. Io Weeks, R.N. I w 1 .r .5 ,,,. W7 5, J .YL I I' T' x ii I E -,I-Y -.NN K,-RN-A i'-,B-NL fi ' Q L 711: ' ic. vV. E 1 1' 5.4-,.,,- S BOOKSTORE SCIENCE Usgum QSERVATIO L-, I an I . u -.-, t S........ 'WS'-sn J! si 'IT .f LEFT: Cindy Permeter. ABOVE: Zedna Donaldson OFFICE OF T DE T ACTI ITIE I if Mr. Paul Alvis Harris, Director I have to keep an eye on the hired help! This guy thinks he's funny!!! Mrs. Doris Cole, Secretary to the Guy with the binoculars. CAF ETERI Vps" lux. 11141-irw i I A- QK ta of jf Mrs. Mary Smith totals it up! , UHF Q g yl -, SM "Qu, 'i?i. af X5 xlq'-lp-NK 1 .. 1 K re a 'EF' Barbara Simmons hard at work PLANT GPER TIO with 1 'WUI' n '29 FEB261 RT SCIENCES Joseph V. Adams, Dean "' -, I. -.. .,.--" ' STUDE T PHOTDGR PHIC ERVICES The Student Photographic Services, like the Geechee, has made a retucm to the Armstrong State College campus. Its purpose is to coordinate photographic services on the entire campus for all publications and departments. Photo orders are received and despatched to student photographers. This system is quite effective, at least for the Geechee, in combatting the greatest publication evil - photographer problems. Windell M. Smith 90 '5 Richard Hay Charles McCollum 5 HISTORY is for LOVERS HI TORY The place: Gamble Hall. The people: those engaging souls in the History and Political Science Department who let our photographers close enough to take their pictures. Thr Geechee has had its fair share of photographer problems this year. - as the History and Political Science staff will probably tell you. But we finally pulled it off - THANK HEAVENS ! These pages are respectfully devoted to these instructors for their patience and understanding. And especially to Mrs. Diane Wagner, who has forgiven us. gb I Dr. Roger Warlick, Head N! Kathy Monroe, Student Assistant I J . X H :-- 3:2-sy. ,A Mr. Carter Hudgins and Mrs. Diane Wagner, Secretary. 92 AND POLITICAL SCIENCE svq'v I , 0 Q.s'q," Q",--" I l , l Q I ' e 'tc' '.'.a 014 af.: "'y'u:.3 'u va'-Ve 'u ..'O0,'9:Ml. " .--.:'- .M an Q .1 - A H ov - Q ' ' .0o'o' 'Q' ':.k"o'v "Hon o I A 1 1 a 0 0 . Q no 1 ,I-1 y dll. 4 in .'l 4L4.q.44Qu'uJ9. . s!.5.p'0::.0pl q.::,,g:,, v Iualg. Old 4 .O."'S..,Oi.. ...., '..,l:..lks , 4 kryjf A 5 ul. 'ng Q , . 0 ps 5,0 n v ,l f' A I Il I Q 6 1'0 me ' lla 'la' 0' fs" u 9 v'.'. S' A A 5 0 I Q .gs 4 c n A 0 , I , !"" 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N4 5 ' . , ' u X, l 0 5 ' , Q ' , 1, .3 . .5 . YK .ribs .4 str.. J ' N5-f",,-..,-ef I e . .' 9 ' ' . 4,-5 " : eva", . ' L f ""' 4V:5'T:ZT+ P. e . Y h J ., e U. . x . 'Q' sg.. rf 1 Qi., .rg-Af. . 'Q 1. Q. U' :bl V' Q Q A' 'Z'-' ' H x- 'G sf Q l , - N .',. . A 'O - .. ' A . R .' .0 x ,. .DI I Q 1 f 3 Q' ' . ' I . . '--A 1 xx ff' f'- iEO.L', ef' ' k K f f ' xi 'S ll" A ' Q 1 Q 'R X in Y - , -' 1 YQ gl - S' Eu IFN' as """ ' I5 N Ye vi? f --! IJ fr S X 41 'U ff f' 2 THE COLLEGE UNIO BO RD PRE E T gk 19697 M6 Maggy ABOVE: The 1981 ASC Contestants: Cleft to rightj Carolyn Meyer, Tracey Wardlaw, Elizabeth Usher, Sheena Carter, Helen Usher, Debbie Miles, Victoria Mobley, Charlean Stewart, Cheryl Brown, Sandy Stewart, Alisa Byrum, Rita Powers, Sara Easterlin, Terry Williams, Dodie Love Gay, Lisa Ludwig, Robin Seely, Patricia Pornykala, Moira Nelligan, Elena Randi, Ianet Holland, Laurentia Owens, and Lacy Adams. 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Ps XS K I xf 'X Q H x 1980-1981 RUNNING PIRATES X HEAD CGACH George Bianchi 'QR 4 Mike Pringle GRADUATE ASSISTANT COACH Joe Lewandoski ASSISTANT COACH X B ff THE DEBATES -Q joe Lewandoski, Mike Pringle, Mark Dielak, Luke Ludwinski, Ronnie Rainey, Iggy Sizemore, Darryl Mitchell, Gary Burns, George Bianchi, jim Buice, Foy Ballance, Mike DeVoss, Brent Wood, John Phelan, Al Hall, Herman Doll, Dean Lewis, Basketball, Dean Welch L k L dwinski Foy B ll CO - CAPTAINS A.S.C. 's Little Dribblers all R.P. wanna basketball! R.P. wanna basketball! Squawk! ARMSTRONG STATE COLLEGE 1980-81 BASKETBALL SCHEDULE GAME DATE DAY TIME OPPONENT SITE 1 Nov. SATURDAY 8:00 PM CLAFLIN HOME 2 Nov. TUESDAY 8:00 PM PAINE HOME 3 Nov. 28 FRIDAY 789 PM BIG A TOURNEY - Fl. Mem., HOME 4 Nov. 29 SATURDAY 789 PM Ed. Waters, Newberry, ASC HOME 5 Dec. 3 WEDNESDAY 8:00 PM PIEDMONT - Merchants Night HOME 8 Dec. B Saturday 7:30 CST. Auburn AWAY 7 Dec. MONDAY 7:30 PM GEORGIA SOUTHERN HOME Scholarship Night 8 Dec. THURSDAY 8:00 PM NORTH PARK HOME 9 Dec. MONDAY 789 PM HOLIDAY CLASSIC - St. Leo, HOME 10 Dec. TUESDAY 789 PM Thomas Moore, Southern HOME Univ., ASC. 11 Jan. 3 SATURDAY 8:00 PM VASSAR HOME 12 Jan. 6 TUESDAY 8:00 PM WINTHROP HOME 13 Jan. 10 SATURDAY 8:00 PM WEST GEORGIA HOME 14 Jan. 12 MONDAY 8:00 PM NEW YORK U. lNew Paltzl HOME 15 Jan. I5 THURSDAY 8:00 PM CLINCH VALLEY HOME 16 Jan. 17 Saturday 8:00 PM Augusta College AWAY 17 Jan. 21 WEDNESDAY 8:00 PM VALDOSTA HOME 18 Jan. 24 SATURDAY 8:00 PM FLAGLER HOME 19 Jan. 31 Saturday 3:30 PM Georgia Southern AWAY 20 Feb. 4 WEDNESDAY 8:00 PM AUGUSTA COLLEGE HOME 21 Feb. 7 Saturday 8:00 PM West Georgia AWAY 22 Feb. 11 WEDNESDAY 8:00 PM EDWARD WATERS HOME 23 Feb. 14 Saturday 8:00 PM Columbus College AWAY 24 Feb. I8 Wednesday 8:00 PM Valdosta State AWAY 25 Feb. 21 SATURDAY 8:00 PM COLUMBUS - Homecoming HOME 26 Feb. 24 Tuesday 8:00 PM SAC Tourney - Hrst round, Rlth place vs Fourth place Feb. 27 Friday 789 PM SAC Semi-Hnals Feb. 28 Saturday 8:00 PM SAC Rnals Ns N1 1 -IF f'wm,5-L'- -'fff-3,3 ' ""'E." . ' P v. mf., 1 Q. ,Yam vb AF' 5094-. MTE tra .3 "' , ,, H' 6,1 'QA- --if C t- 'Q- ii.. ' , king? 1 90 3 -34 1 M., ,gin B, . f":g,,,f Q a fail 1. I i 1 4 - .. N T5 lg aw-fn-311, .t , 9,4 Ny s , , uf ,fi . M- " wi - Cjxt E l' in NN 2 Zv- 4 ' - in im- 'a Ono 0' .s ', - x . -J 'i ,A L 2 i. JA .X V K G 1' ' 4.50 in , 1 L L , .,,x"" R wt U ,H '7 l aj? Q -Lt-P-jJ ef. 3'x F J, 4 1 Q . 5 N -J.. g! P1 0 1"i Y H' 1 si E T' 2i3g42"wQls-'v,.Qff4'L' '97 f 4,-,..---w l FA 4-w...uq.N 'W 5745, Vic , X . ,-ff: il if il' "fx u F 8 ,eb ...- 3. f ,L V 5 Bbw: 5 Q' ' ,-f ,W at X , f - I A g: 1252 1 . ' "' . ,.. 'ig 'K 'fb 5 Y X f" 1 ,au 4' ,. " ' '-2. ,S Fflillffg -- ' 'v 222. Q , ,1-hwfi ' " - A - , -.f .1 Q 'ala . 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Q-5: 3 " i A W'll hb Xj 'X Derhlhie lN?Jll?ngy 5 J K it A Steven Trued Richard Turner David Turn uist Elizabeth Rcllsher Patty Vo eley Mary R Walker Angela Waller Les ie Warnock Karen I Weeks Wanda Kane White George H hittington Kathy Wickham Charlene P Wilkins Selinda Williams Terr Williams Zephiani V Williamson COLLEGE UNIO BO RD N1 J I 2 W -gi-QQ.. --4. 7-.,.... Ill' 64' , Hr The College Union Board KCUBJ is the programming branch of the Student Government. The purpose of this organization is to provide a planned program for social, educational, recreational, and cultural activities for the college community. Membership in this organization consists of the President, Vice President, Secretary, and Treasurer of the Student Government Association, two Senators, and five committee chairmen. The five specific divisions CUB supports are: Concert and Dance, Films and Video, Fine Arts, Lecture and Special Events. Meetings are held regularly each week during the school year. Students are welcome to attend all CUB meetings. 2ll 'UQ 4 1 '. "J -IS rs-...S "' , ' The Student Government Association provides many opportunities for you to broaden your prespective as a student leader, and enhance your college career through a high degree of involvement on campus. Students also need a voice in the affairs of the college. This voice is provided in the S.C,.A., the members of which sit on faculty and admin- istration committees and provide student imput into the running of our school. Through the S.C1.A. leadership skills may be increased, especially through the Student Senate. Students from every department and major serve on the Senate, as well as representatives from the fresh- man and sophomore class. These Senators recognize prob- lems on campus and student's needs, and effective ways to treat these problems and meet these needs. 212 BACK ROW CL to R J Walter Hickox David Gaskin Kenny Sellers William Collins Robert Tucker Dave Collins FRONT ROW CL to RJ Ernest Batchelor Iames Alliffi Mary Gaene Murphy Susie Iohnson jess Mell William Tuten ' l ., 'T SENATORS fabovej Kenny Sellers David Caskin William Collins Dave Collins Ernest Batchelor Mary Gene Murphy Susie Iohnson Jeff Mell OFFICERS CLeftJ Walter Hickox - Treasurer james Alliffi - Vice President William Tuten - President Robert Tucker - Secretary freplaced by Mary Gene Murphy for the remainder of yearj. Y ROTC ,la Army ROTC is a new program at Armstrong State College. Having begun in April of 1980, the Army ROTC Program gives the student an opportunity to gain information about the United States Armed Services in a college enviroment. Students who volunteer and are selected can be commissioned Second Lieutenants in the United States Army. The Army ROTC is a recognized student activity which participates in a full range of campus activities. In a short time the Army ROTC has become fully intergrated into the way of life at Armstrong State College. .w n-, ff' -1 1? ..,--o"qa-of' ,,,,.--11-fo-'U' fm '17 1 x 1 CLUBS ARE FOR E ERYONE! J 4 f l 1 xiii Q L UW . K. v , , ,q 1 . - I 7'f-2.14-5 fp, in ML. Ni N C 7 216 xx O 3 3 .QM X 1? fi' :iw 47:2 S 'im' .,.,..m,,...-4. I- 4101 ill In Q- P11815-B..x Oil-In-n,..-.-ovvqmwvln gn .,,, ,,, ll 1 ' 4, .dmv . W...-4 -si 1 1.,,..,,.L'.,,'V f- nn... --qi,- w ' 'IQ ui ,ax - --4'-..-. . x W... 5 4 3 ' m - W-f-i A g 4 -vhvnlh-, ,,A ,.,.,... 5 1 1 . " -- -N' -- --' A L- ---M L.- ,, ,W ,.. , nil Y-,... ,- 55, X I T rr! 1 '..! . s 1 ,. 57- - . , L 4. 'Qu-U" ' 7' f ,, -, , he """"' -- .pil-y g ' K PP DELT PI gg S 'I fa:-eii.f,.63i QQ President Vice President Secretary Assistant Secretary Treasurer Historian and Reporter Chaplain Parlementarian Counselor Co-Counselor Cfficers Mitchell Jackson Dolores Patterson Mary jackson Annie Wiggins Alva Herring Virginia Huber Thomas Fulton Mercell Stewart Iohn H. Cochran Stephen K. Agyekum Eager to promote a closer bond among the students of Education and to enter into more intimate fellowship with those dedicated to the cause of teaching as a profession, for which specialized preparation is deemed imperative, the members of the Illinois Education Club, established at the University of Illinois in 1909, resolved to sponsor the founding of a national society with local chapters similar to its own organization, thereby aiming to foster high stan- dards of preparation for teaching and to invite into the bonds of followship those who have attained excellence of achievement as students and servants of Education. Successful in its endeavor, the Illinois Education Club was reorganized on March 8, 1911, and incorporated June 8, 1911, under the laws of the State of Illinois as the honor- ary education fraternity, Kappa Deota Pi, an Honor So- ciety in Education. Mu Theta, the Savannah State chapter was chartered in May of 1970 by Dr. Iames Eaton. The Armstrong State Col- lege chapter Nu Zeta was founded November 9, 1974 by Dr. Gerald Lentini. Mu Theta merged with Nu Zeta in Iune of 1980. Kappa Delta Pi is a professional organization whose members are pre-service and in-service teachers. 218 y EPSILO DELT PI 10 we . X I A 'N if' Ax? Front Row QR to LJ Rita Deal Kim Richardson , . f . X 1 l l A-O 51r Epsilon Delta Pi is a national computer science honorary. Upsilon Chapter was formed in May, 1980 and presently has 35 members. The purpose of the organization is to Nancy Shippee promote an interest in computer science and to recognize Richard Munson outstanding achievement in the area. Robert Bronson David Hobbs Middle Row KR to LJ Chuck Leska Dennis Geoffroy Anne Hudson Iohn Hinkel Harleston Cabiness Back Row CR to LJ Stephen Suchower Dale Kilhefner Mike DeVoss Iim Netherton Iohn Findeis 4 CLUBS AND ORGAN ZATIO ri Im N? 1-5' 9 ef xx 5 ' H , , P Q R. LK .iq-if-.:eff1 Q' 9' s"' :,1F:::,l?i'xQi17Zf" X .33 ' gif, Q -, SLN, W2 xg, ' 220 REPRESENTING A DIVERSE CAMPUS LIFE N V . , L'-22' I gf? 'ii' ad- ff f PI EP ILO .1 4 s ,I Pi Mu Epsilon is a national honorary mathematics fraternity. Georgia Gamma Chapter was formed April 2, 1974. The purpose of the fraternity is to promote scholarly activity in mathematics. 222 Front Row L to RJ Vicki Norwich Rita Deal Nancy Shippee Susan Y. Thompson Barbara Goeller Middle Row CL to RJ Chuck Leska Cheri Bragg Mike DeVoss Kim Richardson Robert Bronson lim Netherton Back Row CL to RJ Anne L. Hudson Harleston Cabaniss Charles Shipley Dale Kilhefner Richard Munson john Findeis Dennis P. Geoffroy A.S.C. SY PHO Y B The A.S.C. Symphony Band has been a proud part of the Armstrong campus for many years now. The symphony preforms once quartly at the present time. The band is comprised of college students and interested people from the community who meet and rehearse regularly under the direction of Dr. S. Brandon who has been with the college since 1973. ali" - Q' Director - Dr. Stephen Brandon Qi s t I 'N' 0 A CHAOS is too often an accurate description of a fresh- man's transition from High School to College. CHAOS is also an acronym for Communications, Help, Advisement, Orientation, and Service: Armstrong's orientation pro- ram. As peer advisors, the 1980-81 CHAOS Leaders Calso referred as chaotiansj used their cumulative experience of 28 years at Armstrong to make the college transition much smoother for 349 freshmen. In addition to their orientation responsibilities, these volunteers also served the college this year as hosts and hostesses during the NECAA and SCPA Conferences. In exchange for their service, Chao- tians receive little more than a shirt and a thank you, but the training and experiences shared by CHAOS Leaders create bonds of trust and friendship that will last far beyond their years at Armstrong. 224 CHAOS Leaders f Barbara Blackburn john Earl Blanton Rita Deal Andi Etersque Gail Goslee Doris Hatch Ken Hommel Andrea Hudson Shelley Mitchell Craig Moore Fran Owens Cathy Smith Susan Thompson or 1979-80: ,3'7f,, iss: 'Z' - wu- Y, ,, FFS 'H lb 5 ' . ' A 11' - ' ,Q-"" , 5,3-r' . .I 1 , .a ,, . , 11,1 E. x X ,L - . 4, 'wegergqi -K - V h .5 , -'v,,4 14 .X , - ,. ,. J - A - ',-- . . ,A .W -j'fg...f-g.: ,A ' s- :Q CHAOS? - YES, THAT IS US, AND WE ARE! L... I ELL 5.7 F1 . kay . .,-. xl . ya' 4 1 4 17? Editor - Josie Murphy 'E 1 ' Q s C ' D ix -ir 5"-f., 159- - , Q x NN. ' if Adv1sor Al Hams s., ,,,.,- 227 GEECHEE Lf vii- The Geechee is back! After an absence of four years, Armstrong State College once again has a yearbook. The purpose of this annual is to provide history of the 1980-81 school year. As simple as that may sound, it is quite a difficult task. Layouts have to be drawn and redrawn, pictures have to be taken and developed, and copy has to be written and edited. There are also many other jobs that must be done in order for a yearbook to be published. All of that work takes time and people, both of which are hard to come by. This years staff has had the usual problems and more, our main problem being a diminishing staff and a lack of confidence from our peers. Through it all we struggled and finally emerged successfully! 228 X The Dedicated taff n-.,.-as J' X-7' Susie Kirkley - Photographlc Ass1stant . Af Marhta Kilpatrick v -J jones ' The Castaways 'E'E'1EE Ann Kilpatrick - ClassesfFaculty Lynn Tyson - Clubs 2 MASQUER many years enhanced the cultural climate of ASC. , so 1 Productions for the 1980-1981 season include Hold Me, A T The Fantasticks, The Master Builder, and the Heartbreak T Houses. ff, T1-Er.--2 H The Masquers is the campus drama group that has for , 1 1 2 J I 1 ! u W 30 gy, IA .aft at glil' 4' , I I H, L 'WR ii. ., Q 1 GAE 1 5" ON" " . HSE ' sm 1:1 F, . I ' :S P .. -, .L 'li V,, A as 1, 4 . E ' Yi ti, , .Ji .giix . .its 'S V. 'Q' s is Q.. ggi. xNgk1,. - . 1' , gitlg, if President - Iaqueline Ioyner The Student Georgia Association of Educators KSGAEJ is a unified association comprised of college and university students involved in educational, political, and community leadership. "SGAE" membership is open to any under- graduate or graduate student enrolled in an accredited State college or university and interested in education and teaching as a career. 232 r , 'I Wg- Q Advisor - Dr. D. Robinson OFFICERS: President - Iacqueline Ioyner Vice President - Ianice Sailor Vice President - Ianet Witter Secretary - Iacqueline Fabian Treasurer - Voncile Carr xg 1 11 In '---- 1 My If I4 Q -31- i ERE! R-ESI! 3411 V635 5515 "1 'Nil . V 1 'av ,xt A -i Z-ai-fe 81522 offs -he-Z. 233 FQ. S.C. EDICAL RECORD SSUCIATID rx-x7 4 wnnr IS :nun as oesrne? 5 I 3 .- ,gl U 4 T! " 1 5 if 0 .6,,,,,4,:.sUa. W- . ' tl 1.4 , ..-W" Nous N:--9-+1r" "" G- A l V! 3 6- ifffr we 4,4 :gg N ifff' .- -.,.,.- , -f,,. W V . X, x W 1 ' 3 iw X3 ' K 'HZ - fig., ,bi ...J W 1 -f-41, The A.S.C. Medical Record Association is composed of those students majoring in the field of Medical Record Technology in the school of Human Services. The purpose of this organization is to further our knowledge in the field of Medical Records through speaders, Workshops, and presentations during our monthly meetings and social activities. We are also involved with the regional as well as the state associations. CHORU DC K. il 740 .-gg . A f f 1 4 The Armstrong State College Chorus is a group of highly motivated students who enjoy singing. Each quarter they learn and perform a variety of pieces ranging from Mozart to modern day music. Chorus members do not have to be music majors and an audition is not required for entry into the chorus. Dr. Harry Persse is the director for this group. .Q 1 L Qfsicsi.-. , -g Zan W' r--Q PW Q11- 5 PE CLUB ASC CHEERLE DER 'S 5: t .uuuppwnununw ,, an 4 The cheerleaders are a group of individuals dedicated to the Pirates and devoted to encouraging school spirit. They are an optimistic, enthusiastic group always cheering the Maroon and Gold to victory. 237 I X X SSOCIATIO FUR COMP TI G MACHI ERY A D 'lf' MEMBERS: Victor Long, Ann Kilpatrick, john Earl Blanton, Rita Deal, john Morden, Marily Heim, Mat Turner, Don Miles, Sandy Kirkley, Nancy Shippee, Cathy Price, Diane Brantley, David Hobbs, William Char- ters, David Delorme, Marion Edwards, Davod Kwak, Susan Thompson, Bob Bridges, Cheri Bragg, jay Browning, joey Sikes, Walter Clayton, Drew Haynes, Barbara johnson, Anita Lopez, Steve Seagraves, Catherine Waite, Pat Roling, Michael Myers, Kim Richardson, Robert Grant, Art Estes, Gordon Ryan. 238 -ut.- FACULTY: Dr. Dennis Geoffrey, advisor: Dr. Richard Munson, Mr. john Findeis: Dr. Charles Leska, Dept. Head, Dr. john Hinkel ADMINISTRA- TORS: H. Konrad Clemens, III: Leon j Smith OFFICERS: Ri Barnes, Chairman ACM, President DPMA: Carlos Manero, Vice President ACM, Vice President DPMA: Nirmala Nambiar, Treasurer DPMA Dana Gantt, Secretary DPMAQ Steve Fulton, Treasurer ACM, Chuck Brown, Secretary ACM. D T PROCESSING MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATIO ACM and DPMA provide for the practical and intellectual exchange which only educational and scientific associations can provide. These organiza- tions also provide an opportunity for students who have a common interest in data processing to pursue those areas which are most interesting and vital to them, and to meet and interact with data processing professionals. Communication between students interested in data processing and the Data Processing Manage- ment Association and meeting the changing needs of people engaged in the computing arts and sciences are major goals for these organizations. Ri Barnes, President Nirmala Nambiar, Treasurer lg 239 AMERICAN CHEMICAL UCIETY The American Chemical Society is the largest profession- al organization in the United States, with over 120,000 members, and has members from every country. Formed in 1876, the primary function of ACS is to foster scientific education and research. The Armstrong Chapter of ACS is very active and is involved in many projects on the campus and in the com- munity. Lecturers are invited to the campus every quarter to keep ACS members informed on current scientific know- ledge and career opportunities. Armstrong's Chapter of ACS was one of the few chapters in the country selected as outstanding in 1973, 1978, and 1979. 240 Officers Standing QL to RJ Nancy Webb, Secretary Ienny Bucheit, President Kathy Chu, Treasurer Angela Pomycala, Vice President Seated Miss Beverly Pestel, Advisor so--g-r Q. 1 Z' ,, JDH X -. rg, 'ln s...J ' ,1 15 14-1 ... Q f The Iunior American Dental Hygiene Association is a national group which is active in many campus and community activities. The purpose of the organization is to cultivate, promote and sustain the science and art of the Dental Hygiene Proffession. 242 'G-F 'f 1 'K' i 4. xl 'Q"X D .14 i Y Qi' ,fj 11 -dani-, ve P if 'Q 1 X qw: Af" Q -A 'A nf f'X KARATE CLUB 245 CIAL WORK CLUB Social Working In Action is an organization comprised promote an educational challenge as well as personal of social work students, faculty, and alumnae dedicated growth during the college experience. This is to thinking, acting, and working with ohters to improve accomplished through community service projects, community life for all people.Members join together to educational programs, and social activities. TOP QL to RJ Iimmy Hill, Dottie Bell, Ian Gill, Professor Stu MacClean, Rosanne Dres- cher, Advisor Melvin Sprague BOTTOM QL to RJ Kim Grant, Cherie Pounds, Diane Davis, Sheila Parrish 2-16 MIDDLE CL to RJ Kathryn justice, Pamela Robbins, Bobbie Sarsey, Cheryl Glover, Cynthia Spaulding ' NOT PICTURED Paula Weil, Anita johnson, Wendy jones, Dr. Neil Satterfield, Professor May Dalston, Professor George Brown CHESS CLUB Q1 X ,z Q' .' .if ff K cr" I nfl ' an ' .r rv ' ' I B U-Baptist Student Union The Baptist Student Union is the only active Christian organization on the Armstrong campus. Students of various religious denominations partici- pate in the B.S.U.'s many activities which include: weekly luncheon meetings, Wednesday prayer breakfasts, state conventions, raising funds for sum- mer missions, and the B.S.U. choir. The B.S.U.'s building tlocated behind Fine Artsj is open during the Week for the use of it's members. The group is led by Campus Minister, Dick Ferrel, and Union Presi- dent Hiedi Futch. 248 -"?""' 1 ,M .rf-1 ' W , .,.fM1 W 6 9 GREEK , GREEK Yr -if gm ! Q E .V '- 'J:,Q,.fQ5-ff. :Q-ftf'-4 I . Q' . ' 'Ig-f." .gf '- avi .' I S. 'A"'.,ffT'f5?Efv' E28 if -? 19- AK . 5 XQSV , if-N't'1. l ' .. . . J ffffi If 5 A 'E . '. '- -- ' ' 5 AN ORE GREEK 1-sr' w'?2'2'h"?' Hgmem QKQ l J .ff E L,,g,'fam1at,lp n.,?T3K, , HELLENIC C UNCIL 1 , V 5,-,,u,Q3,f: 252 Iogfxvgqqv k ,. 3 .xg Front Row fl to Ry Panhellenic Council is a national organization whose Mary Gene Murphy, Secretary local body is comprised of Armstrong campus sororities. Michelle Borrett, Vice President and Treasurer The girls work together turning ideas into reality. This is Back Row QL to Ry the link which is able to join three separate groups into one Patty Deaux, Advisor workable body. Lynda Broussard, President Lynn Benson, Retiring Advisor FC LPHA G MM DELT 5-1 ROW 1 .Lynn Tucker Doris Hatch Martha Boutin Simmone Haddock Cindy Page Judy Richburg Terri Emmerson ROW 2 Donna McCants Vicki Huling Sandy Kirkley Susie Kirkley Leslie Warnock Angela Anderson Lynn Tyson ROW 3 Michelle Borrett Becky Bohler Nancy Shippee Vicki Moore Christy Moore Tina Blank Kim Richardson Andrea Hoddock 5 ' 's Cole - I.: ,S- NT' ,,- Alpha Gamma Delta was founded on May 30, 1904 at Syracuse University in New York, and has grown and prospered over the past 76 years. Alpha Gam now has 127 chapters in the U.S. and Canada. They provide community service for many through the rehabilitation of minimal- brain damaged children. Presently, Alpha Gams are work- ing hard to raise money for the juvenile Diabetes founda- tion. Since Gamma Rho Chapter of Alpha Gamma Delta was chartered in May of 1969, her sisters have been very active in campus life. Many Alpha Gams participate in Student Government, school publications, professional organiza- tions, and other clubs on campus. The members of Alpha Gamma Delta are always pur- suing high ideals in scholarship and in altruistic service, but Sisterhood binds the members together behind these com- mon goals. Sisterhood secret pals, terrific pledges, candlelighting, banquets, food, more food, Go team, Women! Hey-Dee-Kay-Dee, Alpha Gamma Delta, Rah, Rah, Rah! Alpha Gamma Delta is busy building a tradition baised on the visions of her founders and on the ideas of woman- hood. Alpha Gamma Delta - the reflections of many ideas, and the hope of continueing to protect great goals and a great fraternity. 255 65? PHI , , Phi Mu was founded at Weslyn College in Macon, Geor- gia in 1852 and became the first woman's national fraternity founded here at Armstrong. Phi Mu's spirit is found in all their activities. The wash board band, the Carnation ball and the national philantrophy, as well as participation in S.G.A., the Cweechee, A.S.C., and much more. The three ideas which Phi Mu was founded on, Love, Honor and Truth, are practiced by each sister everyday. The sisterhood of Phi Mu is a bond of love which will always continue to grow as each new member becomes a sister. 258 Back Row QL to RJ Ann Finocchiaro Harriet Loyd Connie Roughen Lynda Broussard Karen Meinert Terri Fuller Mary Kay Cash Ianet Gnann Ellen Millard Meg Ryan Front Row QL to RJ Kim Sheldon Suzanne Newsome Donna Hughes Melissa Rhodes Donna McMichael Kelly Powers Lyn Balcolm Sharon Reigh Andi Etersque Susan Bryan Barbara Blackburn ,,..-,...---qvxvtil ..--ql-u1ili 2 Z1' 24 --i-!U -I-Hiustll . A 0 Q 4,4 -' Q- - 'f'f ' :W lHf1HTMU exlail-E hlI . f H -fi X in 11 H-I S-fl Q YQ-- in ii- YZ- B S Phi Mus in action 'Q.'J' ni . f,.. My Xxx A I 1 259 PI K PP PHI 4'-. ROW 1: L - R David Gaskin, Debra Sasser, lan Brower, Traci McGlohon, Steve Knapp, Ann Kilpatrick. ROW 2: Patricia Conniff, Craig Starling, Sylvia Reisman, Maurice Collins, Marcie McKenzie, Drew Haynes. ROW 3: David Turnquist, Ioan Buchheit, Eddie Carter, Since its inception in 1970, Gamma Sigma Chapter of Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity has played a major role on the Armstrong campus. The fraternity has been active in Student Government, the College Union Board, student - faculty committees and intramurals. Pi Kapps have served as President and Vice-President of the S.G.A. as well as S.G.A. Senators. Two Pi Kapps have won the Student Senator of the Year Award in recent years. Brothers have served on the College Union Board and one has won the C.U.B. Chairman of the Year Citation. The fraternity has also had one brother serve as editor of the student newspaper, the Inkwell. Gamma Sigma Chapter has been the receipient of Outstanding Fraternity for Scholarship award for the past two years. The award goes to the fraternity with the highest cumulative G.P.A. The chapter has been active in intramurals during its first decade at A.S.C. Gamma Sigma has been active in flag football, basketball, softball, soccer, and other sports and has won several championships. 260 Sherry Neidlinger, Scott Brewer, Beck Mueller, john Hancock, Becky Fulton, ROW 4: lim Aliffi, Michael Schwarz, Josie Murphy, Mike Sikes, David Coggins, Michelle Leech, Bobby Iarriel. 'K writ' x45"9i'- , 1 HQ s.-gf, 1+?if?3,?'2'- - M QW-nnhvs Q - i .1 , fix? ff'-af' A Sigma Kappa Society has been a part of the Armstrong State college tradition since her formation on November 14, 1970. With the fall Quarter 1980, the sisters, pledges, and friends of Sigma Kappa celebrated the years on the A.S.C. campus. Sigma Kappa believes that college must provide a learn- ing experience beyond the education a young woman re- ceives in the classroom. It is through this idea that Sigma Kappa was proud to have a Sigma sister who served as secretary of the S.G.A., another sister serving her second year as Editor of the Inkwell, as well as sisters holding leadership positions in fraternity little sister organizations. Sigma Kappa also is proud of her sisters who are members of the Chemistry Society, Senators in the S.G.A., staff members of the lnkwell, as well as members of the A.S.C. Band, Dance!Concert committee, and the FilmsfVideo committee. The sisters and pledges of Sigma Kappa believe that being a part of a faceless crowd cannot even begin to achieve the goals to which an individual is called. It is with this belief that Sigma Kappa welcomes each new friend and offers her the challenge to . . . "Be a part of a unique experi- ence. Be a part of Sigma Kappa." 263 IGMA NU ,-Nr" X 254 v K, . f. A 265 s -0 in J' .af , ,,.uu-. 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MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION X jk J ACKNOWLEDGMENTS INKWELL MARY KILPATRICK PAULA SHERIDAN YEARBQOK ASSOCIATES WILLIE TUTEN DEBRA MARSH JUAN WALKER TRACY WHITE PI KAPPA PHI MRS. DORIS COLE HISTORY DEPARTMENT JOHN HARRIS MOM DR. BROWN IGGY SIZEMORE DOROTHY THE PHANTOMNESS X J The 1981 GEECHEE is complete, it may not be perfect, but it is finished!!! A lot of time and hard work have gone into this book and there are a few people that need to be thanked, for without them this book would never have been published. THANK YOU - Ann Kilpatrick, Martha Kilpatrick, Lynn Tyson, Michelle Borrett, Windell Smith, and Iggy Sizemore. Some of the pictures in this book may not be of the best quality and I apologize to the people in those pictures. Now that the Geechee is back on the ASC campus I hope that the students will not let another year go by without a Geechee. A lot of time goes into making a yearbook, but with determination and dedication it can be done - as this year's book proves -. I have but one thing to say to Al Harris and the rest of the none believers, I told you we could do it!!!!!!!! For those of you with criticisms about this book I say that we few have done our best and if you think you can do a better job I invite you to join the 1982 Geechee staff. Rebecca S. Mueller, Editor Dear Mr. Printer: I thought I'd sent page forty-four But I just found it on the floor. It is enclosed with ninety-eight I'm sorry it's a month too late. I said I'd sent the rest myself, These ten were lying on a shelf. The pages sent as six and seven, I'd like to change to ten and eleven, That is unless they're already done, In that case make it ninety-one. Please send page twelve and thirteen back, I should have made those two girls' track, Instead I sent girls' volleyball, And that can't go in at all. I had it planned wrong, that's the thing I plumb forgot it came in "Spring" I'm sorry all our stuff was late, Could that affect delivery date? Love, The Editor X' XX N1 N, 's X X 5 , , 1-v-wax!-., . 1, " " IW M, Hg V. .. X 0' - . -A f+,"v A f' . Agn . f"""4 ' 1 , v, r . ,. H 'Shit-2 .wi 13941-,. I, Q I IRQ. -Aix.. -L-.ai ,fs , 3 X ii'-apJ ' If 77 NECAA SOUTHEAST REGIONAL ' CONFERENCE ff --a A fer-- "'. , S O oi i Svtiifootdxo Xgegxoix i CUNVE T10 . T 1980 3- Convention Chairman .,'4l!7,A11rfl',1 ,4,m,f,W SM., Corrs f, f sig - Host Committee Chairman X QUIA' Q I ' I -,'47'Ll!l'l7a dyffjqllf , f- i i ,,!cjI'lYlJ!f'IlVl-7 5,1119 Glmylf 3 ,',A Sa.vannah,Ge0rgia, W 'ft' Civic Center fx i GUS Edu John' Engage? S cational PiOStove, me grain Dire Cfor DANCE Meetings lianceiilhowcase Coordinator HAPPENINGS co-ovmmrlvxz BUYING IS 'rms lmsxs or N1-:CAA H I P Workshops XHIBITDRS IDRC WORKSHOPS Il Sunday, October 12, 1930 0 Q 1:40 p.m. 1.TAKlNG "AIM" AT COMMUTER STUDENTS Niontogomery QCivic Centerj mmuter student body V gli P1111 ,J Many campuses have a predominantly co I Z4 4 ! "Wx f u XS' Huff A ' CMJ, 278 E U 06, ! ,, I ll L TED 4 X 1980 mlm E R C123 A ' - sgizl YW Sava,nnah,Georgia. ,ff 1 SHOWCASES MAINSTAGE Showcase IV Monday, October 13, 10:30 AM - 12:30 PM Caddyshack lFiIms, lnc.l we Vernon Hall An accomplished musical mechanic, solid vocalist and sensual writer are terms that have been used to describe the extraordianare, Ver- non Hall. He is an up and coming songwriter who received national recognition form the American Song- writer Festival of 1979. Hall has been performing professionally in Florida and California for the past five years. Besides many college appearances and club acts, Vernon has performed with such noted artists as Jimmy Buf- fett. Livingston Taylor, Harry Chapin and Supertramp. Hall's rich vocals are accompanied by 6 and 12 string guitars, and the rare "hammer dulcimer". lalS475 QDJS475 iclS425g S3753 S325 idlS3O0 ieyno lfiyes iglno Nernon Hall Productions, Booth No. 12l CAMPUS SKATE ft", F751 MC - John Bayley iGood Music Agency, Incl JoJa Band iThe JoJa Bandj Silverspring lTwisted Wizardl l. 1-':iEf'Ql'fgm ,Q --' ' ' .' WU" ' ff L f if! -3 -NT:-. .-G - "ff'-17117153 t ,, . CJ... ln... ., .G f- . 'QV my .- -,,. 5: ' fr -- rv' ' 4 uh ' , . '.' T:4. '. :H I 'NTI Y 9 CARL RATCLIFF DAN CERS 230 I. Ci 'b- "Cl -.- "3 281 THE . .S.C. The beauties in the swimsuit competition . . . '-i1 4' f "1 'U -.1 E 5 5 r the talent competition, . . . the interviews PAGEANT AND THEN MR. A.S.C. 1981 . . . 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