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

 - Class of 1986

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' XI., is 4 W 0 I. 5 me 1' W' ' A .1 0 U .K 1 , 4 U f . 4' ,gf , . dr D , 'U '- ' . 0 mf' ' f- 1- . Q Y ' , . 9 ar 'A ' lgff4 1 fu' ' I . . ' Us ,' I' Q f 1 , . 0 . n i be I . 0 5 to . W ' ' ', I U K A ' . 4' 0 ov' 4 ' Q ' ' ' , wo 0 ,' 0 I 1, Q , as Q " . , I u g . K .L . '51 ,E V' , . Q Y ,sir "Y O ing W K Q J, i had , .QD ,sqm iq? xg V,,. . la it Q 9' . i f 6 ' n or . i o"u AA. h ' o . ' 'Q ' . ' - .U - 4 ' 1 -fx 1 x Pre idential top left A beautiful day for a reception. bottom left: Armstrong faculty and guests share refeshments. right: President Burnett. William Ralston. H. Dean Propst, and Vernon Crawford enioy a light moment. IO In u uration left: The moment . . .Robert A, Burnett becomes President. Bottom Mighty marching minds. On Friday, April I9, Armstrong State College inaugurated its fifth President, Dr. Robert A. Burnett. Following a luncheon in his honor, Dr. Burnett and a host of Armstrong faculty, staff, students, and representatives from universities around the country. filed into the Fine Arts Auditorium for the ceremony. Chanellor Vernon Crawford, officially installed Dr. Burnett as President to a rousing ovation. President Burnett's inaugural address highlighted Armstrong's past and looked to its bright future. A sunny reception was held immediately after the ceremony as the President received congratulations from all. In gural Address I. ,f Dr Robert Burnett. Armstrong's fifth President. follows karnest Lowe. Thomas Askew. Foreman Hanes and Henry Ashmore as the leader of Armstrong State College. The future appears to be nn good hands as Armstrong surges into it's second 50 sears. - 1 ehancellor H. Dean Pro vst. Dr. .lose wh Knlloran, Former ki Chancellor Vernon Crawford and Dr. and Mrs. Burnett share eonxersatuon durmg the luncheon preceeding the Inaugural CL'l'L'lHOl1N, below Presndent Robert Burnett delrvers has inaugural address. 5 I I 4. 03 YJ ag. I2 irilul . I, 6 f -Ttgis u KQ . '53 i 8 i I ky -. .' q,'r1 f " is ll 1 . I vmsllt L Birthday Celebration Armstrong State College celebrated its 50th Birthday on May 27th. l:ntertainment from the ASC Chorus. Jazz Band. Comedian Tim Settimi, along with a variety of carnival games and booths highlighted the after- noon. Several thousand friends of Arm- strong enioyed the festivities, which culmi- nated in a cake cutting and a street dance. left: Tim Settimi clowns around in front of Lane Library. middle - left: The dunking booth. always a favorite. below: Dr. Burnett relaxes with staff. l , above The space walk a focal point for the young ones. left Baby gives Mom and Pop Gardner a campus tour. 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Q 5 ' -, , . .1 tl H+. - ll' ' " 4 7 'L "J"fb,G ff' f", ' '5 ' ' '9 . 5 'S inn'-L, A Q ' P .- A A . Robert A. Burnett X it President Armstrong State College l 1 Vice-President And Dean Of Faculty Frank A. Butler Al College Communications Donald D. Anderson, Dean Cf Community Services gistrar And dmissions , , n 5 ix, "l U' " 1 x u, 5 it .. 1 V ' , 2 - 1 7' ' Tom Miller fDnrector of Admissionsb, and secre- L to R: Sue Golden, Susannah Rockwell. Bertis Jones. Joanne Mincey. Mary Cody. and Kim West tary Jamie Carter JJ Bu in ss Gffice -0 l to R John Sicgall Nice Prcsidcni for Business and Hnancej. JoAnn Waddell. Ellen Struck. Maureen Groach. Lillian Tisdalc. JoAnne Windlvr, Jam' Holland. L to R: Chief Hans Mueller, Bill Kelso Campus ecurit Plant Qperations L to R Cstandingj: Ray Lopez. James Roundtree, Joe Quarterman. Owen Mclntosh. Joe Morris. Willie Hollis. Larry Lumberg, Dewey Young, Ckneelingy: Roy Morgan Secretary Jean Olsen and Ed Urbanz gDlrector of Plan Operationsj 23 Q., , , i Bookstore y .-EEJ- jlrif tg? L to R Nltchelle Campbell. Patty Jaynes. .rr M0 ' and kathy Newman X I Central Store Harry Humphries L Cafeteria T l Nl L to R, Barbara lloyd, Dorothy logle. Martha Roberts, Jesstc Youman. Huse Scott. Mary SlT1Ilh.GlOl'I8 Houston. Janne Rtchards. - ' rf' ' 9+..f 24 NJ R S 1 tl it Computer Services 1 'hiv A .a-1g-i- 33 N3 l L to R Cback rowbz Jimmy Edwards, Tommy Hann, Greg Simpson. Cfront yj rowjz Rivanna Dudley, Margaret Morrison CDirectorJ. Janice Christy. , Lane Library Staff EWCUATE lkwg! I1 L to R: Lynne Fox, Suzanne Bonfanti. Bea Taylor, Byung CBenD Lee. Sandra Dunwoody. Shirley Goodson. Tom McCracken, Patti Deaux. E Susie Chirbas. Jamie Reynolds. Kristina Brockmeier CDirectorD, and Gail Brannen V Student Affairs Joseph A. Buck, Vice President QE Counseling And Placement -cl U 5' 4 4..- ti.. t A in 5 I A ,A i 4'lW"' 'I Da I Arc! a 1 K K gh! fSl2lI1d Arm O 26 Student Activities 9 sa 4. 3 -Q I '11, S -..K ,,4- ,- Al Harris CDirector of Student Activitiesh puts his money where his mouth is, while Doris Cole fSecretaryJ phones home. Financial Aid Cseatedh: Glenda Buie, Cstandingj: Ellen Shawe, and Jim Winters fDirector of Financial Aidj. V' School Cf Art ncl Science ., i -'Yi Joseph V. Adams, - Dean Q X11 ,,4 - ""' N Lan uages, Literature And Dramatic Arts Ill si' .... IIIIEIKTI' Tun i'i.Axi WRITE ' ', L l io R fseaiedy: Dr. Richard Raymond. Dr. Hugh Brown, Janet Currie. and Dr. Joseph Killorin fstandingy Frank Clancy. Dr. David Noble. Dr Lorie Roth. Dr. Roberl Strozicr rDepi. Hcadi. t l Richardson. John Welsh. William Martin. Charles White, John Suchower. Marvin Jenkins anl Dr Kcnl Browks 28 Histor i Q S x f i Q X 'Q , 1 Xt L to R Cseatedjf Dr. Janet Stone, Diane Wagnor, Dr. Roger Warlick CDept. Headb. Dr. Osmos Lanier, Dr. Olavi Arens. Cstandingjz Dr. Jimmie Gross. Bernard Comasky, Mary Robertson, Dr. Larry Babits, Dr. John Duncan, and Dr. Robert Department Df Government ii, ? . K '1 ,. ,L 'sf f . 3- 3' L to R: Cfront rowjz Dr. John Newman, Dr. Dennis Murphy, Dr. Steve Ealy, Dr. Steve Rhee. Dr. William Coyle. Cback rowy Dr. Mike Donahue Brenda White, Dr. William Megathlin iDept. Headj, Dr. John McCarthy. and Dr. George Brown. sychology ' A f r L to R: Dr. Grace Martin CDept. Headb. Lois Wheeler, Dr. Keith Douglass. Elliot Palefsky, Jane Patchak, Dr. Stu Worthington, Dr. Joseph Lane, and Dr. Neil Satterfield. h mi tr And Physics L to Rf Dr. Gerald Jones. Leon Jaynes. Dr. Henry Harris. fDept. Headj, Dr. Paul Robins. Dr. John Brewer. Gwen Glover Dr. Morris Whnen. Dr. Gary Johanning. Biology . L to R: Dr. Francis Thorne, Dr. Tee Brower, Pam Smith, Dr. Larry Guillou, Dr. Bradley Gottfried, fDept. Headi Dr. Allen Pingel, and Dr. Ron Beumer. Fine Art L to R Ckneelinghz Bonny Hough, Linda Smith. Cstandingbf John Jensen. Dr. Robert Harris. Randall Reese. John Schmidt, Dr. Michael Campbell CDept. Headj. James Anderson, Developmental Studies t l 't l i-a ai- 4.-1 L to R Csittingb: Karl Harris. Cindy Geoffrey. Mack Palmour. Cstandingb: Gene Sims. Ellen Cottrell. Carolyn Smith Military Science , Q K Q C 1 I I t . t f l to Rt Captain James Meredith. Major Gene Evans. Ms. Brinthaupt CSecretary7, Captain Robert Gahagan. Math And Computer Science top to bottom: Dr. Richard Munson. Dr. Sigmund Hudson, Dr. Dale Kilhefner, Dr. Charles Shipley. John Findeis, Dr. Daniel Cyphert, Vicki Norwich, Dr. Anne Hudson, Dr. Mickie Harbin, Jane Barnard. and Dr. William Hightower CDept. Headb. l to R fsrandnngr Dr Roy Sunsflicpl Hcadn.H J lord. ldduc Acnchbachcr. Dr larry Iapp, Vicky Harrc. Marc Pagina. 4knvcImgr Glo rm Lvlll. Rolwrts chool Of Education harles Nas Dean V14 . A I ' o I , !,' A , ' . A . Physical Education swf lynda Jones. lynn xl, , K . Elementary Education rn '11 luda xi' L to R: Marlene Brunker, Dr. John H. Cochran. Dr. Cornelia Lawson, Dr. Evelyn Dandy. Dr. Bettye Ann Battiste Dr. Paul E. Ward CDept. Headb, Dr. Jacquelyn Stephens, Dr. Stephen K. Agyekum Secondary Education - X il L to R Qfront rowjl Robin Armstrong, Pamela Harwood, Patricia Ball, Dr. Doris Robinson. Susan White, fback rowj Dr. Herb Galloway, Dr. William Stokes CDept. Headb. Dr. Lloyd Newberry, Dr. Clifford Burgess School Cf Health Professions James F. Repella, Dean And Secretary Patti Kuehner Radiologic f Technology Associate Degree Nursin wa I' "li, 'il-' n-"W 410' "5 vfv 32 Baccalaureate Degree Nursin Q-7 4 if? E 4 2 L to R: Kathy Dutko, Mary Miller. Freddie Hepmer. Dot Ball. Judy Bryner, Sara Timberlake. Ginger Pruden. L to R1 Carola Keller. Catherine Schmitz. Carole Massey. Elaine Silcox. Mar- cella Hart. and Dr. Marilyn Buck. 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I' 5' et- I dg?o- 14" ' atv R., L i 't . sd . .2 P ln4g": 'lucrnta TV -ll ' 'wi' . A M! . if .,. 5 . I A-ii, ' A ' ." . -J't:,'r ff' ef ' .iff v' n " - ' ' A A Fre hm Janus Aklns Duana Allen lona Alston Nlellssa Anderson Tuna Andrews Darlene Archambeau Krista Ashman Carolyn Bath Mnchelle Beall Ursula Benlnati Rachel Benitez Mariana Bennet Jill Block Tonya Boalrlght lusa Bowers Vackl Bridgewater Barbara Brock Andre Brower Allcla A. Brown Diana D. Brown Fre hm 'DQ Q is X C :fx QR.. x 5 i- iz. l I Harry Campbell Carolyn Camperlengo Michael Canicatti Oscar Carlers David Chapman Dimitri Chappas Sheila Chamers Kevin Chen Kirk Clanton Veronica L. Clark Patricia Cleveland Karen Cowart Tom Crumbley Audra Davis Leonie DeLorme Patti Dietz Teena Dominy Julie Donaldson Toni Donaldson Kay Durrence Fre hm laura Hlzev Grcgorv llrnaren Hana Evans Clini larabaugh Michael Fell Coinia Flynn Jim Fogarty Angel Gage Sandra C. Galleria Lamara Garner Donna Garri Sylvia A, Gellatly Brenda Genes! Gina Gibbs Kathy Goodwin Stacy Griffin Shirley Harrison Donna Harvey latasa Hawkins Deborah Haywood 5- Q- 'T Y My 41'1' ,L , "1 B K X Q- I' 6 x A ig 'iff' 5-Q 4? Cx g-1 1 XS: 1 he 95 he ! all Fre hm F 4. K lx 3 X Q'-we L Karen Hess Sheila Hill Michelle Hlrsh Wendy Hood Sheleta Hudson Dionne James Cary Johnson Mary M. Johnson Brenda Jones Shirley Jones Steve Jones Rhonda Kieffer Alli Kiiza Dan Lavinder Lauree Lee Yvette Lindsey Bob Long Karen Long Julie Lave Paulette Luersen Fre hm Cathy Lumpkin karen Lynn Tonya Mackey Cheryl Ann Madera Annabella Maljub Beatrnz Manrlque Penny Marsh Bonnie Marlin Elizabeth McClelland Muke McFarland Tommy McGaIllard Marc Mckeever Rlchard T. Mclean laura McNeill Make Mnchener Leah Montgomery Paul Moorc Pam Mosvlvy Nan Mycrs kathy l. NCSIHII 5 f is-7' f5 W H Fre hm S 1 JE, Leslie Newsome Nancy Nichols Darren Niven Jane Noonan Harold Oglesby David Pappas Jennifer Payne Lynn Pecenka Wendell Phillips Robert G. Poole .lr Laquita Propes Andrea Purvis Bruce Rahn J. C. Reed Vicky Rhodes Renee Richards Elizabeth Rodgers Kathy Rogers Kelly Rossler Chris Roth Fre hm Hcxcrlx Salter fauna Sanders Lucky Sapp Xflchcllc Schlenz Lori Setbel Crawford Shtver Owen Stngletary Cheryl Sntuth Lynnda Lee Smtth Patrick Smith Bryant Sprmger Carolyn Stafford Kelly Stahl Joanne Stanley Lcslcc T. Stevenson J. Michael Stubcrg T. Pratt Summors Curt Sutton ltana Swanncr George Taylor -,,, ., 'qv , , 5' l Fre hm Andrea Thacker Inge Thompson Tracy Thompson Lydia Trimble Chris Tuttle Jonni S. VanderBrink Mark Walden Joey Wallace .4 Stephen Walsh Jr. f Gloria Walters f.. L Stephanie Ward -- . Michael West 3 Michelle White Glen Willard Chip Willhoit Felicia Williams Sean Williams Joyce Willis Doug Wilson Alice Womble Sophomore Xaxlcr Alarcon laura Allen Danlcl Bacon Mary Balles Keulh Borroughs Peggy Bray Beatrice Brown Mellssa Brown Sabrina Brown Klmberly Bryant Ryan Byers Mlrlam Carlson David Chadwick Yvette Clark Renee Crosby Susan Curry lvcyleln Deal Teresa Mr DcMoll Joan DcNullo Amy Douglas 90 11 , I X 'Lui 5' ref T" ophomore Ron Dubbcrly Janice Eason Carla hnglish Darryl Ennis Rosalind Evans Sherrie Exley Melissa Freyermuth Christina Gage Ashley L. German Robert Gibson Frank Giles Dawn Gracen Renee Greenwall Teresa Gunter Buck Hamilton Marion Harkleroad John L. Harrell Jr. Richard Hasbrovck Jeff Hendley Tamala F. Herris Sopllolpqre Debra Houston Glorua Howard Stacy Hulson Cxnlhaa Johnson Joy Jones Mary A. Jones Ken Kocher Mlchael Krueger Suzanne Lindsey Paul Haarhuus Kathy Malphrus Gay Mann Sherry Marlln Amy Mason ,vw , ...N M14 Sophomore X ev- f4'x ll L Q-v if 'NN Shari Mai: Jun McCane Linn McCoy Joey Mcllvcen Lauri Mitchell Kelly Mobley Kimberly P. Morgan Diane Morrell Roderick L. Mullice Lisa D. Murchison Janet Murray Kathryn Nahay Kathy D. Newnan Harriet Nichols Laine North Ann O'Brien Nancy Press Judy Poricny Mary Powers Brian Poythress Sophomore Stescn Reddtng Janet Redmond Stuart Roberts kltzabeth Rockwell Joy Rodney Kelly Rosewell Martin Ross Ktm Rossler Sharon Ryan Mrs. Marte Schaller Rose Schumacher Brtan Skoglind Laugh Strtckland Julte Tillman Norman Tillman Tuna Tillman Sandra Tmcs Tllliiblllh A. Vvalc Mlchcllc Vtchtch Damon Walker 'Ui ,A Q. qs? Sophomore 1 Os Vicki Walls lx. Maru: Ward Tommy Ware Janice M. Waters fi' Jonathan Weathers Mark Weeks If ,Ze Charles Whalen William D. Wilcox Mary Ann Williams Mike Williams Nancy Williamson Denise Wilson . 1 Cl Pam Wilson Margaret Joyce Woods Deena York Junior- Ixarcn Anderson -Xrlura A. Balda katv Ballance Cheryl BSIIEY Hlzabeth Benlnati Donna Borklund Wllllam Boyette Charlue Broad Wallnam Buckley Steve Caldwell Laura Ann Callahan Walt Carter Conme Caudlll Ronald A. Coppage Wulluam Copper Norman Crawford Tonya Crawford lcc Cummlns Jcnmlcr Curran Honda Curtis 'Ch sf S L ,Cs .C - R l I4 Z e N! Q I fer 2 vb? ,X,.. Junior !.. , i A .4 I fx Marilyn Daniels Chris Danos Brian Del-Ball Jay Derring Sandra Duncan Karen Edenfield Robert Edenfield Mandy Ellzey Shane Ennis Patsy Estes K. Sineath Falls Diane Farabaugh Jenny Fortner Karen G. Frazier Dia Freeman Helen C. Garlik Robert Garst Joe Givens Frances Gnann Bill Griffin Junior Gino Grooxer Jeff Gulle Babara Harley Sandy Helmly Kelly Heyel Erle Heyward Remko Jansen Joey Jeffers Rebecca Jerald Mary A. .Johnson Stacy Jones Geralyn Kass Wllllam P. Kelso Cralg Kirkland Ralph Kraft Leesa leverette Glgs D. Marshall Nancy McAIcxander Alvm McGrath Davud Moore R if 2 i Junior Ben Morris Tina Nanfrta Martin O'Brian Michelle Oliver Judy O'Neal Dale Parker Jinnie Patterson John Patterson Tish Payne Darcy Pfeifle Tim Poe Jim Pollman Mark Rhan Gregory A. Richard Melanie Roberts Phyllis Russell Juniors Nlncha Scamcns Rosalmd Smglcton Robert Smlth Jr. Thomas Slwflleld Greg Showalter Joe Slam Lisa M. Stevens Jackie Stout Francesca Thompson laura Tompkms Marcella Tudor Junior qu- J Amy Tuttle Mary Vaughn Trudie Von Bokern Willie Wade at , K ..,afvgemg-,on-v-W N--Q Jon Zylstra Ctr inns., Grace Waldhour Jenny Walker Rosemary Ware Lucinda Wright A U ,K :A vit ,',FA'f i5'wL, - nior Hath Allen lxctth Atkins Connie Axcrett Peggy Bel Wilson Scott Berry Stacey Bolton Carol Brawton Chip Bryant Jonathan L. Burke Curtis Carter Julie Carter Sheryl Clark Peter H. Clonts Karen Clark Kathy Cooper Joan M. Corbin Charles R. Cottrell ld Crawford Eric C, Dennis Carlos Diaz Y 0- ,p- qv- Q 325 is SR' X nw Senior f' .gn Q New--Q QXA Talethia Dixon Donna Drummond James C. Edwards Barbara Ester Pam Fandrich David Faulk Rebecca Fell Stacey Fell Janet Ferguson Judy A. Fraser Robert Fuller Keith Gorlesky Eleanor Green Karl Grotheer Andy Hall Lisa Harkleroad Lilly Harms Cynthia Hargrove Catherine Head Betty Henry Senior sfhcrxl Hester kaxhx Hlckox Denise Hull X ncrorua Howard Rebecca Hughes Rsckey Hutcheson Lydia Jackson Lorn A. Johnson Renee Johnson Paul Kass Marne D. Kennedy Laura Kinzie Sheila Lamb-Lindblad Roderick Lane .lessuca Maack Sylvua H. Nale lynn Nerren 'Vhchacl Osbourne kate Parks Sharon Parson pump. ix W S FL Y -v J f 95, - if . X . ' x it U 1 1 N 'lf' Q i X 1 A QQ ' Angie Williams Jerry Williams - Rick Zakraisek 52'-6 iff, .qi n- Q ,A xy.. . 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Caeralyn Kass. Althea Watson. Kim Rossler. Mary Burns. 0 . "TR '45 li? Y ' -a1l.l"LJ- - 5 ,. - ' "Q--1' -x Q. 14' , I 7 in, Inf, xf' i MGX as 'L 1, , -v 'X rn-3. -. tr- gi, g 4 N v...x4,'4 -. V -'...a'. - Y.,-,. 410' 4s..-- "'- sw .I ',,x 11' uf'W," -N, -'51 IQ Dx 3 Q . 69 :ii f'I'Jf3!w5'f!itf, Phi Mu wx Viv Q 5? ".".f5V A it cf" gf. P1515 ' ni sl J 0 Y ,i-UQ? k Phi Mu. a national women's organization, is very active at A.S.C.. The Kappa Omicron chapter here continued this year to provide support for their national philanthropy, Project HOPE. Phi Mu is proud of it's participation and success in such areas as intramurals, Student Government. the Miss A.S.C. Pageant and Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities. Back row QL to Rl: Marilyn Spilain. Cindy Hieronymus. Cheryl Smith. Dia Freeman. Pam Wilson, Judy Poticny. Laurie Lee, Karen Showalter. Middle: Lynn Pecenka, Leigh Strickland. Laura Thoinpkins. Alyson Early. Melanie Leopold. Front row: Stacy Fell, Kelly Mobley. Sheri Sanders. Nancy Nichols. Fran Gnann. v v':i'3Q i T. 3 'o 'Su an rf, x'--., ..,.l . f rl , , A.4 fx. -V R I N- w , Nj. .,.. 14, --.' ' W'-"2 : ,':: ' - H . 1. -,I , J 5 1.1-'12 1-2 - w, If .cg . ' f LFPR' -K A x 'Q X .v fi Phi lpn Theta A nauonal honorary for SILIdCl1ISl1l3lOI'll1gll1 Hnstory. 4Left to RlghIi:OSI11OS Lanier. Evelyn Spencer. Mark Dunn. Tracey Bearden. George Prudcn. Ipha Sig hi y 'PW-J, t OS- ,- Lx 41 of' 5 'Nv1orglnl1.1llouloplolnolv IIIIUYCSI .md.wllxcp.1rl1clp.1tlonunllu' Ilclds of lwiiltlw. physical cducallon and FCCFCBIIQII. ilvfl to Rlghlj: I ynn ROlN'I'l'S. N1cIuss.1HnrIwu I .un uv Sp.-mc. klcc N1ClI'kS.SMI!ROSx'Ill1lIl'g.ROUCYI Fullcr. '5lu.'v.'l Brcwcr. Wallace Blackstock. Joy Rodney. Glo: 1.1 Gull Pi u Epsilon if 5" fl 5517, , S '2i'v"9 Q . 1- A national organization whose purpose is the promotion of scholarly activities in Mathematics among students. Top row CL to Rb: Vicki Norwich, Anne Hudson, Dale Kihefner, Mickie Harbin, Jane Barnard. Mike Webb. Grace Waldhour, Richard Munson. tbottomi Kim Bonard. Charles Shipley, Sigmund Hudson, John Findeis, Chris Odom. Data Processing Mana ement Association Association For Computing Machinery S v xt, s?5:?fi Students organized to promote information and data processing. Cleft to Right. Right to Left. Up. Down . . . You Figure It Outi Richard Munson, Paul Adams, Kevin Vasquez, David Brown. Walt Zimmerman, Tommy Harmon. Vicki Norwich. Dana Wong. Chris 0dUl11..llI'T'lf'l1Y '3 Edwards, Walt Carter. Tommy Hahn, Mike Williams, Charles Shipley, Jay Gardner, Sigmund Hudson. Rosalee Ruiz, Anne Hudson. Mickie Harbin, Katie Parks, John Findeis, Russell Garrett, Dennis Weatherly. O O O ! American Ch mical Society A national professional organization for students majoring in chemistry or related disciplines. whose purpose is to secure experience in preparing and presenting technical material before chemical audiences and to foster professional pride in chemistry. Back row LL to Ry Patsy Estes. Tommy Ryan, Peggy Bel. Dr. Gary Johanning. Front row QL to RJ: Phillip Harvey, William Boswell. Minchul Shin. Chip Bryant. Rene Guermonprez. Alvin McGrath. Lillian Pilgram. SJ Sr ng . 5.1 .L ,- J I Baptist Student Union Pi' - fd 74- . I . Q I ' . I V I ,- f.. , ,f 1 -,Q .- ,- M - HEY. V " . , .ff ., 5 n-P' 1-v""" An organization which seeks to enable students and faculty to experience and grow in the real dimensions of the Christian faith. Standing KL to RJ: Mary Johnson. Nathan Ferguson, Carla Powers, Alan Mosley, Ray Ellis, Ashley German, James MacAleer, Derwood Poole. Suzanne Ritter, Faith Williford, Ed Wilder, Alicia Powell, Waren Westberry. Sarah Barnes, Dick Ferrell, Mike Carter, Jim Williams, Frank Giles. Sitting: Patsy Estes, David Faulk, Karen Zipperer, JimBo Brindley. ,.. X S fa ,Ax W 1 l L J Q l f e 1 The college yearbook. lleft to Right lf Geralyn Kass. Bob Long. Jon Burke. Beth McClelland. Inge Thompson. Shelly Schlenz. Melissa Milligan 5 i Q w Q . Le N , 'E :RFQ i 1 f" lp 1. ,.' 3 X Student Photographic Services 71. , -,ips-.,.9.....t..,Q 6 J., ,. John Gulle CTop Lefty Gary Marshall fTop Righty. Peter Clonts iBottom Left J. Jeff Gulle CBottom Righth W ' I' C L L1 1 ua-5' L, t 'Inf Hey you Hosers , , . get outa there! 9 S' he U' L --f EW S . il sl ' a 1 Eff pirator Therap " .ar- vs 4? ,avi-Pl' An organization that provides awareness. exchange of information and concerns in respiratory care. Back row QL to RJ: Joy Ellis. Misty DeGross. Andy Mazzoli, Bill Smith. Pam Majors, Roxanna Gavrilas, Debbie Cook, Ross Bowers. Front Row QL to R71 Ricky Hutcheson, Kim McLellan, Connie Averett, Kathy Cooper. Kathy Hickox, Brian Warth. Medical Technology Association J U J I A I A. f9uPf I -Iii. Q A local group organized to provide information and promote student interest in Medical Technology. CL to RJ: Lester Hardegree. Mickey Sullivan. Judith lvans. Anne Rodgers. Robert Wing. Katheryn Shreve Radiologic Technology 'gp-:rj-nw - x I 1 Lulu ' if n . lr. X J 'H X D , , lg , Sf", lv I l 'Vi' gp, ' ,ft ' X Pap Weis? gg ' ai J 1' i- 'l L An organization whose objective is to cultivate, promote, and sustain the art and science of its profession, and contribute toward the improvement of health. Back Row CL to RJ: Melanie Campbell, Kim Tucker, Vonnie Estes, Brenda Sanders, Jeff Hendley. Sharon Jones, John Nelson, Cynthia Johnson, Renee Hutcheson, Carlos Diaz. Front Row CL to RJ: Cindy Hadaway, Maria Solomon. Debrah Cohen, Ponda Sarvis, Michelle Purvis, Patty Wrenn, Michelle Campbell, Jill Block, Sabrina Trinh, Stephanie Lewis. SGA Officers den to Righty President. David Faulkf Vice-President. Melanie Rob- erts: Treasurer. 80 Student Government Association .gn Y, v-0 - . 9000 ' gl. W. L The Student government is an organization of the campus whose purpose is to further the development of the college and its student body. Back Row tleft to Righty William Boswell. Jerry Williams. Tommy McGalIiard. Lee Harrell. David Faulk. Angie Porzio. Al Harris. T. Pratt Summers Front Row CL to RJ: Sharon Parson. Amy Tuttle, Patsy Estes. Sherry Martin. Rosemary Ware. 1 4 Patsy Estes: Secretary. Angie Porzioi fx vs'-1 . Band f'12' for A local organization of persons interested in music and performing for college and community events. fl - - ",Afx ' A L D s ,Lvl 'uzmff 92?-JK" Y' ?f,eZ'f'?:"35'53" 91, ASC Engineering Society '4 An organization to foster friendship and professional pride among faculty and students of Engineering. Cleft to rightj Dr. Gerald Jones, Hussein El-Lessy, Timmy Ryan, Lynn Di Fiore, Sharon Hutcheson. Doug Wilson. Chris Tuttle, Wayne Dugger. .lay Deering. Carey Johnson. Michael Canicatti, Bill Cooper, Jerry Ware, John Flowers. Carl Ouante, Diane Farabaugh, Marrianne Grieco, Alvin McGrath fsec.J. Pratt Summers ftreas.J. Scott Salter fV.P.7 Peggy Bel fpres.J. College Union Board 3: -'- 'f 3 I .Q 4 f 'a i- , - 1 .ft -' -N, legs N"' . 'N 4 r ' .J YJ x 1. "1 4.-1 Q . QS: - , a gf 5 -li 's' SQ X - b , , j B-'I 'ir I ffl A branch of the Student Government Association that coordinates social and cultural programs for the college. Front. Left to Rightj Melanie Roberts fTreas.p, Patsy Estes fSec.J. Angie Porzio CPres.J, David I-aulk fV.P.J. Dia Freeman. Back: Lee Harrell, Remko Jansen. Robert Edenfield. ental HygienePhi Eta Sigma . I ,gy N Q gf le.-1'-fp., , A x A 'S . 4 A " ex V r P5 CTop row Left to Right! Janice Mengle, Caroline Flemming, Tina Andrews. Donna Garri, Renda Watkins, Sarah Flaherty, Paula Young, Jan Weiss. Lynn Bayides, Charlotte Adkins. Lorraine Perry, Candy Diamond. Melanie Lewis, Zena Wiley. Penny Corden. CBottom rowb Melanie Crockett. Stacy Griffin. Rachel Benitez, Claire Forbes, Sherry Lee, Sonia Bennett, Kimberly Morgan. Ruth Pund, Kristen Knight, Delois Burns. Ph ' Et S'gm 41. Q ii-H4 'N A national honor society whose goal is to encourage and reward high scholastic achievement among Freshmen. Cleft to Rightj Sheila Lamb Lindblad, Chip Bryant, Pam Fandrich. Julie Simmons, Walt Carter, Angie Porzio, Nancy Press, Peggy Bel, Jerry Williams. Im' ..mtpt.Sl1lcr.1rx m.1g.a:lnt: +Lctt to Rlghtv R.w.tIfn.t huns lnsa Niartnn. Dr, Richard Ray' ttwmi A natlonal honor society Il'l education. Front Row, 4Left to Rtghtr Phyllts Raymond. Lee lrcllers. Dr. Betty Ann Battste. Dr. Stephen Agyekum, 4MlddIcJ Althena Stnopoll. Shella Lundbiad. Stacy Bolton. tBackJ Patrtcta Bartho- Iomcw. Joan Cordon. John Cochran Jr. 84 Iliope tn. Ox I Kapp Delta Pi t I Q I -4-J 1.1 I The Bi-monthly newspaper. CFront, Left to Rightj Peter Clonts, Ann O'Brien 4EditorJ CMiddleJ Carla English, Ginger Carver, Roz Evans. Marius Ruja. Caroline Baxley, Heidi Becker, CBackJ Robert Edenfield, Mike Kilpa- trick. Inkwell tudent Association Of Educators A national pre-professional organization whose purpose is to promote social and professional unity among students interested in teaching and education. Cleft to Righty Dean Nash, Mary Cowart, Melanie Ward, Joan Bucheit, Cindy Fendig, .loan Corbin. Sheila Lamb-Lindblad, Dr. Stephen Agyekum, Nancy Cook, Mary McCusker. Not pictured: Melissa Brown, Ger- alyn Kass and Mike West. ' 1 5 u l Beta Beta Beta gf . 'l -54 4 An honor and professional society for students of the biological sciences. Back Row CL to R51 Dr. Brad Gottfried. Dr. Larry Guillou. Jerry Williams. Dale Daly. Chip Bryant. Dr. Frances Thorne. David Ulmer. Front Row: Mark Quarterman, William Boswell. Moonyean Brower. Gina Hlmer. Jam Moore Wayn Law Club mvvivv- ' ' 1 . -.A---A -- if -B'-'03 A student organization that provides information and service to students tnterested in law. Back Row ll to Rr Chuck Cottrell. Shari Matz. Heidi Becker. Stcvc Stafford. front Row: Moira Sheehan. Jon Burke. Tom Harrison. Ashley Harnwcll. Q 1 Georgia Association of ur ing Student A national organization for nursing students interested in providing the highest quality health care. S rm trong International Club An organization whose purpose is to provide hospitality and social life for international students as well as providing an opportunity for local students to meet and learn about students of other cultures. Top Row CL to RJ: Kevin Chen. Elaine Heinrich. Rebecca Harn, Minchul Shin. Carolyn Caperlengo. Bottom Row CL to RJ: Joe Shu. Bina Desai. Neepa Gala. Jon Burke. Bhavna Patel. Chaos A I 4 lillf Th' Freshman Qricntation leaders. Back row fl to RJ: Ashley German. Ellen Shaw. Joe Buck, Sherry Martin, Angie Porzio. Patsy Estes. Donald German, Karen Mariuci. Mary Burns. AI Harris. Front row il to RJ: Jim Winters, Lynn Benson. Pat Cox. Karl Grotheer. Mack Palmour. David l-aulk, Renee Younger. Jerry Williams, lori Johnson ROTC .9 ,X egg. Army ROTC provides Armstrong students the opportunity for scholarship, leadership and an Officer's Commission upon graduation. Back row CL to RJ: Gene A. Evans, Charlie Woodward, Olita Ware. Ernest Delong, Robert T. Gahagen, Front row: Nancy Brinhaupt, Yvonne Mclver, Brad Daley, Bernard Johnson, Paula Houston, Martin Ross, J. C. Reed. 03 v-49' .'..-43554 an 'x. I ' ,, - - '-',,,.,a gdlfqjqq. -"' X .., J -'P 'mg-i 1"m':...ffA--'+L rs- 1.5,-I 4' af-tr. 1,111-:::,a. Q.-' " 4- n,15QyY,m 1 .tv ml, ,- :'- -is ,Il--ii' J ' N M H- S9 '- ,- . ' , ' 'ff 'uf --Q T . Til: A 'F ' s4,:4.ii.": .:.- f va, - ga . - qs 5, Quail, - ..,,,' ' , . 4433, ',f,' Y, ,, 5 - -'Jinx .. 1. f .-1 . . A ,. ,,. ,., :V xi- ,gi I w -4-f 1 .'.' -' . 4-A ' ei'-.. Writing Center 'n"?S 723 . -, The Writing Center provides about LCXD tutoring sessions per quarter in English grammer and writing skills. Workshops are also offered to help students with resumes and research papers. Thanks to the hard work of the Writing Center staff, 7875 of ASC students taking the essay portion of the Regent's Exam in Fall quarter passed ihighest pass rate in ASC historyl. QL to Ri: Serma Howard. Stacy Hooks. Margaret B. Neese. Lorie Roth. Melanie Strickland. Mary Johnson. Steve Ealy - X xx 1 i Academic Computing Center K Alai. ...S511 N"'-chi' X . U x' 3 li hi E, , xxx l ry : e ,xx V K mm 1 i f I d software support A DEC VAX Il!75O running The Academic Computing Center boasts an array of computer hardware an . y UNIX provides ample student access and the micro-lab offer ATST PC's. Apple II's. Ile's. and Macintosh's, and Commodore ' Ch ' ' Odom. Konrad Clemens, Jimmy Sasser. David Brown, Michael 64's for use by students and the general public. CL to RJ rlstlne Williams. and Steve VanBrackle. .I 1 L ,'- 4 - 0, 0:- 0 6 . Q O .t J - .O . 0 ' ' O I V ,O Q ' ' 4 0 E.' , 0. .. . . 3 , K- " '01 , .a - tucle-nt.. Life ,of , D H O 0 5 ' . o ,' .4 "f . , 0 , ' 0 A '- , ' 'f . . 0' ' . 0 all ' Q- . . 5 ', 7 .1 , N Q Q L A 5. . Q .' '. .0 in . . ' 5 '- Q . 1 5 ' .J ' " .-ol' . . I ' 14 ", . .2-'iz I ' 0 f' 0 fi 0 " C I ' - I 4 N ' , ""-:Q ' ' 'M ' ' .nz 3 1943 3 '-:.- . . 9 I . ' ' Q. J 9. .. . U, J'-.0 . Q 9 . " ' 'Q V' . ' . 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Q A I, q f - 0 4 93 r .I ' Colle e Union Board Presents . . bf x Jon's taking another look at those smiling ASC girlsll. Garage Rock 0 l Carla English and Jeff Gulle dance to the Veraflames. f A Garage Rock 1- , 5 s 1 5 , , , 'U ... - .,' 1 . .,,...,, . 1 ,I Y N' 3:1 "A .". -YF., wt .A- -ox S- - ""-'sl-'1..-' -nn , ...- . ..,-.., 4 0 ' ,q,n. la N" if 1" ft' ,:-4 H, . ' ? L ' av.. --. '-N wo g'V iv. . -. r-Y' fu' gy .rw 'Q'-. ,v EJ' fs 1' ly f" -, 1 7. , v I 3, x. , , """'Nm4,A .,h ,Q fad--.. "i,,g.ss u 9 I6 people cram into Jon Burke's car. .an- f as K X x ' 'S ff mi J T 44 , X ff, i v e J 1 Xa K .11 Billy Wright and David Thorne enjoy the party. 95 Jesse Winchester Concert Jesse Wmchestcr performs a mellow ballad. I 4 ., '- i . ' . 1 - '. .ag 'Y x I 34 A .. I! 111 Pnerce Penis opens for Jesse with his own brand of the one man show. till and ax Max Qwith the tiej shows who the real dummy is. ,Ld A packed student center enioys the antics of both comedians. w 1 -. 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' ,. ,,..:f4" .,, . .,, .v,, , , Q, n Kim and R gg' Harri f' sw' 17' it In cclcbraluon of Black Hnstory Month. the College Umon Board proscntcd Kun and Reggie Harris on February IO in the MCC. Kim and Reggie sang a numbvr ol songs from thcur album about thc Llmlcrgroumi Raulroad as well as several popular James Taylor tunes. ILU Rondell Sheridan I 4 . x. a F' V -4 v Ed 4 1 X5 v P"--- Q , a - ' 1 - x F 7 I v ' X. -Elf . "X-N , .,-,, --- . np-- -. , 1 ' M. , "'. I h -Q .. . ., V --mfg., ., , . ,fg2w2S2? ,geffr.fp-spr,'?2'5m?'f ' C e 4,,:f,,.1y N '- - -ffgnk-J - , I 1 553 R Rondell Sheridan. a comedian on the rise, performed in the MCC on February 6. His refreshing brand of humor left ASC students laughing warmly a cold day. Armstrong Offers a "Home Away From Home" YYY 7 r Armstrong? newly completed dorms. "Hi . 1 .v M 0 l 'SSY omI" III lx I 2 Dorm Info nmkcs good fo I iy g J Hallowee Part x 1 'J- I - . l , The natives are restlessl Nerds can be winners tool The gangs all here! l f IO! . E ASC Students Support Pirates in St. Augustine ' F rn .,. I -i v I fr.. --... , 'II' -f A YVQQQQL4 A 'J ,J I mir 'Q I V 'X 2 N gif if ' S .I- U I 405 nn., e ,u -' f.1,a.nr. Gu-'f 3915 ,L -,V - :ei - 1 ' 5 . Time to go to class! Students meet between classes, ,'?'-'VL 1,xF"'yj2fiwiujtfX-H-"f,Z'v.f','-T131,' '..Q'Wf-V-' '. -' ' -.-----.g ' .-i, 4 K' X h. i,, --7,1 .5113 "1 wif, ' . ZW: W,-. X.,-- . , 1 , , , ,, ,F Y AL. .,.,,.,.., A . - I. 1-' 1,1 f - - . -, ', s ,A -A-rg, 'M '.-"".' ' 4-.X"' .', ,J- x.- ,.-' "Of course we agree that you've found a genuine synthetic - a - prioril Now please come up - it's time for class! M quer Pre ent "Who's On First?" x J g r N 5 I Q I I 1 The A.S.C. Masquers. under the direction of John Suchower, presented the Jack Sharkey comedy smash "Who's On First?" during fall quarter. The play opens as Camille Nicki Bridgewaterj gives a dinner party. Don CBrian DeBolti shows up in a jealous state suspecting that his wife. Alice Clisa Martini has been seeing another man. Alice and her friend Ben fAnthony Edenfieldi arrive at the party displaying quite innocent affections. However. before realizing this, Don shoots Ben then accidentally shoots Alice and Camille. Wounded, Camille hobbles to an antique lamp she has purchased and procedes to rub it. wishing all the while the party had never taken place. little does she know. the lamp is magical and hears her wish. Doomed by magic for is it PJ the four are destined to live this hour over and over again until it comes out right. IOS -V' -'J' 4' '!'1"r' " S 'FY' ' "KZ ' 1 -, if . Z qw' ' ,yy -H,-, - .... .Q gk-. , . u-7 P' ' ' . . 'b.Jq.. .s ' , tl' I 'ilf FAQ' 9 4 tr -,faxg's5l:,Q I r A " ' 314 i.-1 . , t . ' ft " ff'-5:4 e x'4H'g,A I 4-JJ 5 1 --A 'G 5 X s Vkutgwx yy x., LL., -X i . Y ' fp' ygblxll - Q , .v ,-4, 1, g fzqzr., 15172 is F ' if liiiff ' , . 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't 1 ut .wt thc ltasts ot an IITICFXICW. thc t ,-'.tgtf.'t-- ggntxn. .tntl talcnt contpctlttons. t "l Il HJR t'lOVkllCxl XlISS DCCDCC FLM. tt. mst tnnnct' up and won thc talent othcr contestants Included Rachel H-gt' tm' lltc lit nmp lMl1tXlOl'gJll.lCSllC Ncvlsontc. and lxarcn Lynn. lxnn Nlotyjan atngs 'l tstcn to thc 'Vlnstc " Iltl Miss ASC Shelta Cathcart, Rachel Benitez, and DeeDee Haley pose for the swimsuit competnton. 1., lha lrcctnan pvrlornts a contcdy monologue. f F' .Av-"A 'S 0 I al ' 23' 'fini o the audleme hd 7 Q 'r 53, .,. . 1'-'gn 'H-A s,.. 5. rl 'l Q Q' '. ' A . , I ,1- gg P, , 1' Q f Q ' f . 44 1 , J' 1 . x .- ff 1' ' f Y Za' 'P Sheila uathcart pragtmes singing durlnk, rel A 1. ASC Candids round ampus we FWST 'D , ,v -QQ- N Gaye S. Reese presents check from First Bank to David Faulk, Angie Porzio. and Joe Buck. Jeff Gullc at "Ntght at the Races " ID f':hs1: 71 sl!!! Katy Ballance poses Students meet during 1 'ln A I. 1' A vu . 'K , . l , ' Q y, l .vi ' -I-'wus . if -W , .,.,,.."v,9.Q., ,c-'N 7 ' 'ivan ,' -' V , , ' t V t xml-5-.fgkgh 4?Yf.4'- ' 1 UWAQ , 1 a for basketball picture. it ,W 0 li 4 l I i P' "Ui N, Robert Edenfield can spell! .xi '.a'1fx .- v- , . P.. - - 2 ' r 4 I ' ' -vii 1 U f M . Y - -. ' 33' -A x '-. ,at I' n Y ,r-A U " 1 4' I 2 , A. i la' Q. , l ,P .-1 I 1, -VL' . A . Sl , - .U '. 'S f 1 , '1?Z.':7'E' 'rw' R N? Q we 'f ., ev L 51 vm F' I HI , ' . I class break. V I Ann O'Brien has fun in the snow. IIS Who's Who In American Colleges and Universities Burch R. Bryant. Jr. is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Burch Bryant. Sr. He will receive a B.S. degree in Chemistry upon graduation. He is the Arts Committee Chairman for the College Union Board. was President of Pi Mu Epsilon. and currently serves as Vice President of Phi Eta Sigma Freshman Honor Society. Melissa Ann Bucheit is the daughter of Prank A. Bucheit and Barbara Joan Buchett. A senior malortng in Physical Education. Melissa will receive a Bachelor Degree upon graduation. She is a member of the Intramural Council. is Vice President ol the P.E. Club. and is a member of the Tennis Team. II4 Peggy Bel is the daughter of Mrs. Alice E. Bel. She is a senior majoring in Chemistry and will receive a B.S. degree upon graduation. Peggy is the President of Phi Eta Sigma, is founding President of the Armstrong Engineering Society. and was President of the Panhellinic Council. as well as being a member of Phi Mu Fraternity. ' 1. Jonathan Burke is the son of Mr. and Mrs. C.S. Burke. A senior majoring in Political Science. Jon will receive a B.A. degree upon graduation from Armstrong. He has held a number of leadership positions including President of the Student Government Association, Editor of the Geechee, and Film and Video Chairman for the College Union Board. I Stephen Keith Donaldson is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Lavon Donaldson. He is enrolled in the Baccalaureate Nursing Program and will receive a B.S.N. degree. He was a member of Who's Who In American Jr. Colleges. graduated Cum Laude with an Associate Arts degree in l982, and has been a student senator representing Health Professions. Patricia Lynn Estes is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.E. Estes. She is a Pharmacy major and will receive an Associate Arts degree upon completion of her studies. She will attend Pharmacy School at the University of Georgia in the fall of I986. Patsy has served as Secretary of the Student Government Association. Publicity Chairman for the American Chemical Society. and Social Chairman for the Baptist Student Union. H5 Who's Who In American Colleges and Universities Stacey Rebecca Fell is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Michael D. Fell. Stacey is a Psychology major and will receive a B.A. degree upon graduating. She is the President of Phi Mu Fraternity. has been on the Intramural Council. serves on the Finance Committee. and has served on the Panhellenic Council. Sheila Annette Lambltnblad is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lamb. Sr. Sheila is maiormg in lzarly Elementary Education and will receive a Bachelor ol Science degree. She has been Junior Advisor and Senior Advisor for Phi Eta Sigma. Captain of the Women's bowling Team. and Secretary for the ASC Men's and Womens Bowling Teams. ll6 David J. Faulk is the son of Dr. and Mrs. Latham W. Faulk. David will receive a B.S. degree in Chemistry upon completion of his studies. David is the Vice President of the Student Government Association. has been Chairman of the Traffic Committee. Co-Chairman and Co-Founder of the "I'm Driving Club". and was a CHAOS leader. lvl' Bill Derwood Poole, Jr. is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Bill D. Poole. He is a Physical Education maior and will receive a B.S. degree. He has been President of the Baptist Student Union, is a member of the P.E. Club. and has served on the Intramural Council. Lucretia Renee Younger is the daughter of Mr. Randolph B. Fugate. and is enrolled in the Baccalaureate Nursing Program from which she will graduate with a BSN degree. Ms. Younger received the I985 American Business Women's Association Scholarship, was an orientation leader in the CHAOS orientation program. and was also nominated for membership in Sigma Theta, the Nursing honor society. Il7 Homecomin Melante Roberts and Remko Jansen catch bucks in money drop. Marius Ruja has a good time at "Night at the Races." ...QQ :-3f'f'- ' Students get ready for "Night At The Races," Bonfire, And Money Drop Start Homecoming Week At rmstrong. Y . " lx, n I-f,.,. , .. M ,.-.:.3-D Armstrong students play roulette at "Night at the Races." ff, 7 Homecoming at the bonfire. Gary Marshall cheers his horse on at "Night at the Races." Homecomln . Q' .fr---0' ..-,-,....- . .ill :B va rn. , '4 ,.. 1 lee Harrell gives ll a shot. -,.,.f Marshall Hilliard and Brad Powers try out for "Mr. Legs". Rick Zakrajsek, "Mr. Legs". nearly bares all. 395 df' ,gf J' , -Q. ' .K Trisha Logue and laura Tompkins have the spirit ,J 1 A "n"."Y5. ' , -' ' If . M v U' 'Vg'-i'j. Y' X, mu , ,v x " ,Q- we 3 53' 1 'X' x 1 E in 1 . '5 2' ', X M' K 'W 'V Q10 ff' ... U J Q L is eg ' .eg , 5 i Students g I fri iff '-N.. , it . le- I . ' -N F ,. w 1 - r---we , -- --1' ' 1 1-1 , xfrf A "' - -. Q s,:1 -4 et into the spirit of Homecoming. M"---.. wa.. .QV-W ,.,, , 'Q-. ,, "?'f'v.,25: ,Q-4 ff ff' r N - , .- V , aww- Mrk, e J f .. Asgxdv' x' , Q ff- ', e M,i'5'fl15'g if .f ,A f,.,i,Rg,55oA, 5 V . MA 4335 1 , , 1- 'Ewa V e - hifi.-.'-4'-iff' Tiijiii i -avrf' . L D.. , 3 . V . .Li .1 . ' Renee Guermonprez decorates sidewalk. One last try. up Mr. L gs, Sidewalk A Art and B Iloon For Homecomin . 111 :al 111 ali L1 P. 1K -H 1 us "- Attempting to get "ln the Air Tonight." In rr i 1 A s 1,1 i'-, . vu." M' ' nn ' wllflffr' F K L nf'- Cv, ,"f,"f"1 Y f.":. ,'g,"-- , ',.,f-.1 fgvi-v,f .I .V -,,, .'rf 'llllllllll -Ilnlnnnn ..rr-,.f-rf ,- f- ..,. wrr ,,,',i, in ,MMI -"'ru-rv-,-,. ' ' ninl1.i,, .VM-,nf-rr,,'a L"5lI,1s. liii"'lpp'.r,LL 'aiia..l, Y mn. nr,-..,.'L'ALl I I inf. -K .A ' 'Prr N in, ' I Fl'br,i:::.:.k 'i4E'. 'ni V' Il. 'Iv-r,.:, ' Hin " D ."ll url LVPYY '.l ""r,., .n,"Iliu., 'lfllfvl' rhf'."" I III Homecomin Elenda Curtis is crowned Homecoming Queen by last year's queen Ashley German. ' , ii0l""' C! l my . P 1 - . ' . .155 R 4 S tn? A i i ,ga is W y" im Jim Pollman is "in the air tonight" as the Pirates roll to a Homecoming victory over Coastal Carolina. Homecoming Court for I986. IL to Ry Ind Runner up. Zena Wileyi Homecoming Queen: Elenda Curtis. Ist Runner - up: Tina Nanfria ID Homecomin Queen and Dance 1 l v - i ll 1 , -"5-Q -4. ' I: I . . w, 'L if 9. l .Y Vicki Bridgewater at the dance. The dance floor . .. a crowded place. Athletes get all the glrlsl Former Pirate Jim Owen comes home for Homecoming. i l Basketball i Wilie Wade drives the lane Jump shot by Drew Dyson Intramurals Intramurals Intramurals. QE l I 1 gm - a A, , l so 11? ' x I ' l l I X . 1 l 1 ' TL.. 1, 1. .si 3 'fi .- t Wk ,D H! --5 Whoops . . . forgot lhc ball! 3 point I24 Illlif 5151 was X Intramural Intramural Intramural Jlayl Foy Ballance . .. bombs away!! I25 Flag Football Dr. Tapp scrutinizes play Jon Burke misses the man . . . as usuall It's a lame duck passl Intramural Intramural Intramural 'vga ' First downl D6 Soccer o 1 tl'3l11lIl' ie Aenchbacher sh ff h d J Brown looks for the open man Shapin Up Aerobics. a Tuesday and Thursday night event 2554, is 4' .,- .Q :'u1lL.- .. u N1 Y '- J - Jw.. l . 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X X.,-an J' D - " IQ ,5 'l.a3:.44-A-.. 4 L , The i984-85 Pirates, coached by Joe Roberts. finished the season with ll1Wl1lCl1ASC has produced a professional lmselmll signee J D Scott an overall record of 55-I8. It was the third consecutive 5Owin season signed with the St. Louis Cardinals .1itdAlOtli.' is currently w ith the and a season in which GOASC baseball records were establashed. three Cincinnati Reds. players were named All-Big South. and Armstrong finished third in the Big South Conference Tournament. Along with rivals Georgia Southern, Valdosta State, and Augusta College, ASC prepared for the jump to NCAA Division l with games against such national powers as South Carolina. Florida State, West Virginia, and the Miami Hurricanes. This is the fourth consecutive year 2 ltltnfl I filfilua - .TiONAi,f,H A fi' L 5' I ,', fill. - 1 Q J as an--qi..-4 ' t I K 5 ' V' rx mt! K ' I'-4 I . eball Pirate The ASC soccer team finished the season with a 9-9 record in a tough schedule. They played such formidable opponents as Georgia College. the Citadel, Wofford. and Virginia Commonwealth, The Pirates upset highly favored Georgia Southern and UNC Asheville. Eddie Aenchba- chef was coach. ..- bn- A J 543' in fr' x ' v' 13 ' Q1 13. - ' 'ka' H -,qfffi - . - -A, ' :'4,""gf' 4':".:,i:,'5',a',-':b,,'-,ZF f . " , ' ,4 U. . ,,. A ,,,J- , fs " - Z : ' - 4' un J ' , ft., " 1 Q ' 4 .4 - i , . A 1 ' . ', , ,' ' - 1 ,e, ' ' -"' x ' , ' f . ' It .. - ' ' .mx ...:X'wf. .X F ' uv 1 5 TQ., 5 vjxxli fvigffwxgafxla-r,f,pf'L.-"'g -.x,., - 'n-1.-V ' '- A .NM , . . ., . 'A'. -,..f1f:w X, ff H uf fu . . ga,QAS,S'ffR-'S YS5, Lfsfxazml 5 ur ' xx Loi'iws'1f-as?-rv " --tu-111.-' . 1 -- "'+"K' 5 1 ' r Q1 f s P"'g5.gKf-Q 5 X' 1- N. A ,x ., K 5 , ' X ww ., .. -- ' ,I 5-wr? '51 - ff S' ,Q , 5.41-:A Q ' , 'L " Q- ww ,.',,f+-.fwfr - f f nw iw A ,iw Yi-ex f f Fw' ' ab' P - if'1'Qi? d"luxlk J' . M 'w ' 'f,,yJ'?f-WWW N ,xv ,pf M xvQi""i".n' ' 'wb :W-' ' , v 9- - . - Q xx- Y X -1..-.J f ff www- ug.+..., .4 , - X Q vi' W X 4 "'Wsn'SfY' ""'f"QA5 ' '-ni.: 3 B1- ,Q we i x f .' 3 X-. - - x r K . y, 'fy rs . - . Q A . . .. , Q X v- N? I A -4.- -1 . ' -. Soccer M XRWM' C' f -Q .pnqt..,'hX!... ' ' ' an 4. v -...H ' 0 . wx. -sn' . Q. 1- .n -4. . W, -se 'S' 8 .K . 'K 1 . - ' 'J . QW' --' 3. O I , -u x, ., ' --r U ..' ,.. 4 Y' D .EE The IQS6 Puratcs :noted one step closer to dtuston I status thus t car vt nth another succcsslul season w tnntng I5 games and losung but IZ, Led tw the Inside force of Tun Sellers. sforung and rcboundtng by Rob Lane. Donald Johnson and lxclth AlkIllS and a ltustltng defense tnsptred by .lun Polltnan. the Ptratcs rcgalncd some of the luster of the tnctnorablc IQS4 season. W nth refemergtng fan support and pronnsung recrutttng on the hortzon. the Plrates should contunuc to be a force tn the Bag South Conference. Pirate ' l U Q '1 .4 Brett Springer goes for the steal L f"'7 -4--...Q-.-... .ff 1 cg ' ' x ,,-- - l36 4 41 Q 'N tr 4 " " '+f'7'- 1-sa -Q . , + 1- ' ,W Y, """' " X' .- A Vo' Huis 3 X D. J. shows his form as he plays string music. sv '-if NO. NAME HT. 4 Gino Groover 5-II IO Jerome Holmes 5-II I2 Brett Springer 5-II I4 Joe Staiti 6-4 22 Jim Pollman 6-5 24 Roderick Lane 6-4 30 Donald Johnson 6-3 32 William Buckley 6-6 40 Eric Groover 5-IO 42 Keith Atkins 6-5 44 Mike Mitchener 6-2 52 Tim Sellers 6-8 50 Joe Parker 6-IO Athletic DirectorfHead Coach: Renny Bryner Asst. Coach: Willis Jones WGT. I 75 l85 I 70 I7O l85 l8O I8O I7O I65 2lO I9O 245 245 a ketball Big Tim Sellers pulls down a rebound HOMETOWN Savannah, GA Molena. GA Danville. lL Dunwoody, GA Naples. FL Snow Hill. NC Orangeburg. SC Savannah. GA Savannah, GA Pelham. GA Gas City, lN Cheraw, SC Stockridge. GA VX ' ff' -1, INN 'all' nr:- Joe Staiti shoots two. Opening tip . . . Pirate ball. nf' ' .-1-f-'n'J 4- ,ai x X 'I ., , W, 'lx in n Hgh ' Nj ' J - I ' 4 J Q nu -4' Q -433. --.rg 4 ' lah C' 'V . X.- ff!" ' 1.' ' ' 'f 5 'I i .Nj ' " .1 t X 1 -1- . 4' I 'SL' Kclth Atkans guns ... no rebound necessary. I38 1 I Count 'eml Banging under thc Boards. ggi DJ ' ., Lad The I-386 Lady Pirates finished with a record of Il and I-l in a demanding schedule. Coach B. J. Fords ladies suffered a mid-season setback when Norma Faison went down with an iniury. but pulled together to play tough down the stretch. Dee Burns and Kim Pitts provided needed strength up front while Katy Ballance and Tee Dixon supplied court leadership ability. The future looks bright for the Lady Pirates who will haye depth and experience next year. gin Michelle Phillips takes it up FL lU L to R' Tee Dixon. Benita Hicks. Cynthia Hargrove. Danyelle Grant. Deena York. Delois Burns. Tonya Mackey. Yvette Clark. Kim Pitts, Norma Faison. Dale Parker. Katy Ballance I4O -15 S Q . o 4 , .Qs ,.-if. .. Dale Parker lays up two Nice move by Delois Burns Deena York grabs a rebound P ' t 7 0. ER: '2fir'3.?fvr 11'- Ladies on the town nav va.: D ' ,rr A EYKT: Q v K 'NY I ., Coach BJ. Ford. a consumatc teacher Katy Ballance brings the ball down QS 'o -up , 'X...r. 4m....2' x""" W'jAiu"r nneigg B.J. discusses strategy with her troops Benita Hicks battles for a loose ball V I Swish! S i di' 9' pw S i x...-J I E I Q . -1. . h 2 X ?"'1 ' 'Yfwii - 3, 1, M.. . .. 'PkQ:'f,.L .- , - 445' -.- .. 'T lu- Eg!" 'I I-13 eerleader fl ' i:-'Bo ASC Cheerleaders inspire fans Back CL to R51 Janice Poppell, Laura Tompkins, George Canalis. Cindy Hieronymus. John Cody. Margaret Reddick. Front: Bonnie Nelson. Tricia Logue. Julie Harper. Not Pictured: Ron Dubberly. Ron Dubberly helps Bonnie Nelson finish a cheer. Tricia shows off her chanticleer X""ff'L . . P ..,,, , A.S.C.'s Cross Country Men's Team competed in their second season. They finished sixth place in the big south conference meet and first place in the Georgia Southern Invitational. A women's program has just begun and placed eighth in the Big South Conference. ,Q 'f,'Q45,f7,. - .- E . , 'A -,Hg yt: .. 7, s, A 3 ,T .. A I , . if M '... '. . c Q, Left to right: Coach Willis Jones. Jim Brown, Eric Evans, Kevin Larrimore, Otis Ziegler. Cross-Countr l45 Pirate f S we ,. I XIX X 1 EKKK A I If . . '1 .' t lt i' u ,aaa sn A .Jane 'xl' i t? U . f ' ' " i ' X. A : ' : 0 i 1 2 - - sid' ' A 0.3 : 'wif ".'fi": Q Q 's?'3b14 0 ' f.'IrZ'I:Z:TtZ+?5"9' D.v.v ,',': 'M' i5'40s'if4'pf'1,'Q::eJfbzA41 . Q M, Q nn.. , T-Q--e g e ,su- The I98-I-S5 ASL. Mens Tennis Team boasted a for, QF.: 5+-'sf-Ta' record of 30 wins-3 losses. They won the Big-South 50.9 'f,,zq9:3.'ge...,f,l '. F. . .5 Qplifa Conference Championship and finishes second in ,.f65,.:lLg-,,1:,L,A.f'.54 The Georgia Intercollegiate Tournament. Returning +9 5"RI.iqia....3.l.3.:.5,:+:4HI starters include Remko Jansen. Paul Haarhuis. and O , X, ee' o',','J4'g4,4154:.D-.0 Philip Slawson. w.0O!Q+.'5.'0i2 IH: .ff 0 0 0 4 a v 1- 4 P fab' f1i'5?4'3:f:4'e'n: :"a" 'ov 9 o o Q 490 -fa 5244- 9.4.4000 4: , g QS . fr 1:76413 r its U 9 -if r 1. A ,A 5' a ,..s5'Q? X ,ee ' X f' . eEi17'ia' ' Carol Sigler displays winning form. if LK. hi Womens Team fleft to Right we Suzanne Lindsey. Carol Sigler. Melissa Buchheit. Jodi Zylstra. Coach Gloria Gill. Stephanie Belford. Sandy Davis. Dawn Gracen. Shane Ennis. I46 ' v . I q ,. ly, Q N 'IAQY . .' - l ,um ,,-,r,:, , , X, A . A .l . . ' J -X , .J : .gy saw N, Q., if l 1 'N A f' l.., N 4,4..'.'.:It. " -. v' 1 4 ,, a 1. . , , . 1- 4 u f-.'.v. - ' - , A 5 . .f ,. 5.5. g Au, , 'd'.j.3,: ' 1.1. ,Z ---f " . ' V . '.""l7 1 . . , 3- L - ,4 .I-,-A... '- I. .9 .. - '- 5. ' 5 ' 1 -1" F' , A ..'.-.Cv Q. ft .. f 1,4 , - ,gf-Q -rms. ,x 1 in I - A ' . . I .I 'G It at Q .. 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Tim I3 Shawe. Ellen 27, 88 Sheehan. Moira 86 Sheffield. Thomas 60 Sheridan. Rondell l0l Shin. Minchul 74. 88 Shipley. Charles 33. 73 Shiver. Crawford 48 Shiver. Ivey l5A Showalter. Greg 60 Showalter. Karen 70 Shreve. Katheryn 78 Shu. Joe 88 Sigler. Carol I46 Silcox. Elaine 37 Simmons. Julie 65. 68, 83 Simpson. Greg 25 Sims. Gene 32 Sims. Roy 34 Singletary. Owen 48 Singleton. Rosalind 60 Sinopoli. Athena 84 Skoglind. Brian 54 Slawson. Phillip I47 Smith. Bill 39 Smith. Carolyn 32 Smith. Cheryl 48. 70 Smith. Linda 3I Smith. Lynnda Lee 48 Smith Mary 24 Smith Pam 3I Smith. Patrick 48 Smith. Robert Jr. 60 Soccer I34 Solomon. Maria 79 Spence. Evelyn 72 Spence. Laurie 72 Splain. Marilyn 70 Sports l30 Springer, Brett l36 Springer, Bryant 48 Stafford. Carolyn 48 Stafford. Kevin 65 Stafford. Steve 86 Stahl. Kelly 48 Staiti. Joe 60. l38 Stanfield. Jule Rossiter l0A Stanley, Jeanne 48 Stegall. John 22. 40A Stephens. Jacquelyn 35 Stevens, Chambliss 65 Stevens, Lisa M. 60 Stevenson. Leslee T. 48 Stewart. Kelli 65 Still S Max 97 Stokes. William 35 Stone. Janet 29 Stout, Jackie 60 Strickland. Leigh 54. 70 Strickland. Melanie 65. 90 Strozier. Robert I. l4A. 26A. 28 Struck. Ellen 22 Studberg, M. Michael 48 Student Association of Educators Student Life 92 Student Photographic Services 77 Suchower, John 28 Sullivan. Mickey 78 85 Summer. Phil I27 Summers. Pratt 80 Summers. Pratt 82 T Table of Contents 8 Tanenbaum. Barbara 38 Tapp. Larry 34 Taylor. Bea 25 Tennis I46 Thacker. Andrea 49 Thompson. Francesca 60 Thompson. Inge 49. 76 Thompson. Laura l20 Thompson. Tracy 49 Thorne. David 95 Thorne. Francis 3l. 86 Tillman. Julie 54 Tillman. Norman 54 Tillman. Tina 54 Tilson. Elwm 36 Timberlake. Sara 37 Wdfllfk. Robert 29 Warth, Brian 65 Waters. Janice Nl 55 Waters. linda 65 Watkins. Ronda 83 Watson. Althea 68 Weatherly. Dennis '3 Weathers. Jonathan 55 Webb. Michael 73 Weeks. Mark 55 Weiss. Jan 83 Welsh. John 28 Wessels, Fred l4A West. Kim 22 West. Michael 49 Westberry. Warren 75 Whalen. Charles 55 Wheeler. lots 30 White. Charles 28 White. Michelle 49 White. Susan 35 Whlten. Morris 30 Who's Who II4 Wilcox. William D. 55 Tines. Sandra 54 Tisdale. Lillian 22 Tompkins. Laura 60. 70. I44 Traub. Herbert Jr. IIA Trimble. Lydia 49 Trtnch. Sabrina 79 Tucker. Kim 79 Tudor. Marcella 60 Tuttle. Amy 6I. 80 Tuttle. Chris 49. 82 U Ulmer. David 86 Urbanz. Ed 23 WIILJPF. Ed 75 Wiley. Jim I22 Wiley. Z Willard. Willhoit. ena 83 Glen 49 Chip 49 Williams, Angie 65 Williams . Felicia 49 Williams. Jerry 65. 80. 83, 8 Williams . Mary Ann 55 Williams. Michael 55. 73. 9l Williams. Sean 49 Williams on. Nancy 55 Williford. Faith 75 Willis. Joyce 49 V VanBrackle. Steve 9I Vanderbrink. Jonni S. 49 Wilson. Denise 55 Wilson. Doug 49. 82 Wilson. Pam 55. 70 Winchester. Jessie 96 Windler. JoAnne 22 Wing. Robet 78 Winters. Jim 27. 88 Vaughn. Mary 6l Veale. Elizabeth 54 Velaquez. Kevin 73 Vichich. Carol 68 Vichich. Michelle 54 Von Bokern. Trudie 6I W Waddell. JoAnn 22 Wade. Willie 6I. I24 Wagnor. Diane 29 Walden. Mark 49 Waldhour. Grace 6I, 73 Walker. Andy 65 Walker. Damon 54 Walker, Jenny 6I Wallace. Joey 49 Womble. Alice 49 Wong. Dana 73 Woods, Margaret 55 Woodward. Charlie 89 Worthington. Stu 30 Wrenn. Patty 79 Wright. Billy 95 Wright, Lucinda 6I Writing Center 90 Y York. Deena 55. l4I Youman. Jessie 24 Young. Dewey 23 Young. Paula 83 Younger. Renee 88 Walls. Vicki 55 Walsh. Stephen Jr. 49 Walters. Gloria 49 Ward. K. Marie 55 Ward, Melanie 85 Ward Paul E. 35 Ward Stephanie 49 Ware Jerome W. ll 65 Ware Jerry 82 Ware. Olita 89 Ware. Rosemary 6l. 80 Ware. Tommy 55 Z Zakrajsek. Rick 65. l20 Ziegler. Otis I45 Zimmerman. Walt 73 Zipperer. Karen 75 Zylstra. Jodi I46 Zylstra. Jon 6l. l06 Photo Credtts kdttor- Jon Burke Bustness Manaber - Carla Enbltsh 'XII t't I"'Il-.AH"'ll2l1l1"I 1th'rvu"s 'wltflby J.CuII'tlr'vtn - . - . III u Lb I Mk 2 3 L L M PM H ' L I glass bcctton - Beth Mcglelland and bhelly prex tous Geecheesv laculty Sectton - lnbe Thompson Orbant attons Sectton - Meltssa Mtlltban Student Lhle Sectton - Tont Donaldson Sports Sectton - Bob Long Typtsts - Patsy Estes. Kelly Stahl Index - Make Wtlltams Proofs - Geralyn Kass Advtsor - AI Harrts Dr. S. Agxkum II Alpha Gam 68. 69 Nlaggte Anderson I. IO2 Scott Berry IO. I3. I-I. IN. IIS. I23. I-I-I. I-I5. I2-I. I25. I26. US. . Gall Hrannen Il. I2. I-I. I5. 95 Jon Burke 7' P. Burke 7 Carole Conners I27 Dtck lerrell 75 eec ee Staff Thanks To -College Communtcattons for provtdtng several photos and the "Htstory of Arm- strong" whtch sectton of thts book. - The lnkwell for photos a - The enttre Armstrong famtly Qstudents fac- ulty. staffl for their cooperatton - - 0 7 T . , Schlenz 1 1 Z U , I29 Captatn Gahagan I' J. Gulle 3. -I. 5.6. 7. 8.9. IE-. 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Commingle like new wild nerves On this mirror where I see myself being seen, A stricken dancing dream myself Leering lovingly as good new light Wheels upon the breath of memory Rising from the slow-flying dark. R. Strozier 30' Histor Of Armstrong Thomas Gamble. mavor of Savannah in l932, is generally credited as the mov ing force behind the founding of Armstrong College. Nlayor Gamble was extremely interested in the junior college movement and visited junior colleges throughout the state and lrlorida. In February. l935, Mayor Gamble announced plans to establish a junior college in Savannah. Seven months later Armstrong opened its doors to the first class of ISS students. During those brief months. a number of things were accomplished. including the passage of a city ordinance authorizing the establishment of a college. the passage of an enabling bill by the state legislature. the appointment of a governing body fthe Armstrong Commisionj to oversee the operation of the college, the appointment of Ernest A. Lowe as dean. and the gift of the magnificent Armstrong home near Forsyth Park in downtown Savannah. According to Professor Joseph Killorin, Calloway Professor of Literature and Philosophy. "the city began the two-year college in l935 at a moment when the need for higher education was dire. The college during its junior college career served a number of students who went on to other colleges. Had it not been for the foresight of the founders. a number of the best people in Savannah would not have gone to college." Armstrong student hanging around campus Ctop rightj. Mayor Robert M. Hitch trightj suc- ceeded Mahor Gamble Cbelowj. 8-4. ' 1 g.. "l". .- us., lf Ill fn S... "Aix: a ,- U. ftp -?fJ'P""3 K , Nm' 'Q' 53 Bull Street. I93O's 'Jil-1 ., t , ' 1 , v , 1 " X ' , ' s- . , 'A U Y n , wr: 5-1521 Q Earnest A. Lowe I-if W :ff - Armstrong's First President ..n" -0- 1' Armstrong College swimmers enioy a dry 'wus 'w .5 '11, ' ' v '-. IYIOFHEITI 7A 30' The Armstrong hottie. built about IQN. was grand. complete with sterling silver door- Lnobs. carved woodwork. and showers outfitted with perfumed shower heads. Quite a grand setting for a noble purpose- educating Savannahs future leaders. December. l935. saw Mr. Lowe named president and the arrival of a new chemistry professor. described by the local newspa- pers as N35 and single." The new instructor. named Foreman NA. Hawes. came to Arm- strong from an assistant professorship at Georgia Tech. Armstrong. supported by the city of Savan- nah. moved ahead at a rapid pace, ln November. I935. the college received a government grant of 529.996 to match the sum of S33.GU voted in a bond issue by the city for an already much-needed additton. The building. adlotning the original Arm- strong home. was to house four classrooms and an auditorium. In February, l936. Mills B. Lane made the first of many generous gifts which the college would receive from the Lane family. He donated the residence of Judge George T. Cann at 20 W. Gaston Street. Armstrong announced the inauguration of its first evening classes for adult students in August. I936. a development which was to soar to a registration of more than SCU tn the period following the Korean War. Armstrong was clearly meeting the needs of the community. ln June. l937. Armstrong gradu- ated its first class of 78 students. Southern Belle graces the cover of Life Professor Arthur Gignilltat .fi -ffl 1 t 4 VOM l'l,l5ll'IN'l'S Savannah Coca-Cola Bottling Co. 8A O F ' Coach '5hiver's Boys. the Armstrong 'Geechees' '-4.1 .'a -f 5' W N 1 , 1 Nl zmiorsf Our Famous nris uhson "Originals" Were created especially for YOU . . . and you'll Rnd them in Savannah . . . exclusively at . . 4 I s I C o N o r i. o o it Phyllis Kravitch, I939 Federal Judge llth Circuit Court of Appeals Q t. LL . ,fgg i x gag. oe' Q -Q .. , 'N' '- 4 X V us' . S M + Q, 2 x Q 4, X wb i x X , t 'Q , f- , .... .,.,A , .s ., YM:,cvw-:A:-i"iQ?29f1bY-Y-Iffff ,V '.'--rf2:IH:'-q:- L-er-A-1,:fgfc-:f:-i'S:P:-:--::P1:2:J5Q4-Z-2-?g12-1- ' F3S:2:?:l:lE:2:ESHQ1:1:13:iC:2:f:S9x' U g. I:2"'-3?i:??':3:5i:33.1fF3:i:Iffi'i:A?E2Q.E:Q:5Lf " 'lap'"'7:54:1?'5:23:13C5:2f?E2-',.5g:7? 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TEAM ow- 8.,..,.,, -- M --- -- - -','.s'.ra-'...-..'935'5fe!ff'+00'- ,h ,M M Own' . - -- 3 lnav Aram ' J v t gagging yg Q ' " -Elocts Mclntyn luxu lol GILQ ' A Qggyl' uwlabrnunk l 14 1 .1 . nm M l -...Tru :Len M, F-Quill IA IIUIOIIAL. us-sa run ' I-10 Nun. ii 5' '- egizruumcnlfcu ti... Q Nat In H V mr... 1 2 Ol Fnhniu 4 'nn tzzmsrmcgoau out?-:.'.. A V B ' akin av an nun mn Q abit .1 HA ' I bg Jule Rossner Stanfield. 1939 """"'.....'I.'2.L',"" g 1. .2-fs.-Q ,-I . 'WW' Secretary, A.S.C. Foundation Wu., no .. ...Y 3 ' . Former Vice President BusinesSfFinance, """'l":l:':llu,Gf:a".Inn":iw:tl :tm Armstrong State College V- -- 5- LM, .g..lk..qo.1..,Q,4, lllit -d-H omhigchd. as ' , kslii "dn N"""" 9' 7I7.'f."f fm., f"'Q,.,,Gj :Q-,,,L A.:-4 p- f--4 IOA r.U.s. WE EXTEND to the members of the Graduating Class our sincere wish for their success in all of thc cir- cumstances of life. UNION BAG id PAPER CORP. GENERAL OFFICES---WOOLWORTH BuII,nINc.- ,NI'w N'UPK Milla and Factories SAvANNAH. GEORGIA Huosorv FALLs, New YORK CHICAGO, ILLINOIS KAUIUIUNA. WISCONSIN BOGALUSA. l.OLIIsIANA VANCOUVI:R.WASIllNG'!C1N I Herbert S. Traub Jr., i937 Pirate's House Restaurant 40' Through the years. Armstrong contin- ued to grow and in I9-ll a new science building was authorized and named after Nlayor Gamble. ln I9-H, Mr. Hawes was named President. Though the war years were tough. Armstrong continued on it's course. Many Armstrong stu- dents. graduates and faculty members served their country in Europe and the Pacific. Many came back, some did not. Nevertheless, Student activity in- creased with the refinement of the Inkwell tstudent newspaperj and the development of the Mercury. a literary publication. Intramural teams such as the Scholars, Loafers. Terrapins. Slick Chicks and Sassy Strutters exemplified the upbeat spirit at Armstrong after the war. Womens Basketball, l94O ttop rightj l A '. x WM JW.. ' 'X- .-'f,' X 5' V--, 1 fb 'iw Y .UL A 23 , my ' ' . -:I wx fx 'I,4 .,,,. . if Joseph I. Killorin Instructor in History Dean of College Calloway Professor of literature and Phtlosophy President Foreman M Hawes IIA Ylillnev ,. -. wg. 3 :-,wo 2 9' 1 Q' . 'X' ' .2 A A young rnan's country calls. William E. Coyle. I9-il A.S.C. Professor 55 sis . ..-. C, ' 1.,zf.l Ii !""' 'f 'llllfi A favorite pastime. Big Band. Big Hall Dancing u s "7 wr gf si f Q ,. 4 w11"'f'if'5:f4' 1. , :Afgwfzvff11-A'e ww ' 1 -- Q" 32,5 ,fr-. p' Y-il' . ffkfvifi 4 Frank Cheatham, I944 Superior Court Judge Chatham County ISA Q L O 40' ' "" " 'g " f' N I I" F' Y' "'Lgf.Ll ..-. ., .-.1 VI' R ,-. A W. . K-: .-T ... -gi i'...J.il v, l SEEQ C 53 TQ? IMQHKE UP w WTOC's t. Yi? .At .RACTIVE M sf"H5'vLuE . ... g ..f . M WTOC .. .,...----. ............ l -'L fb' ' . I4 ,I :Ea 'l gv? - 32:21 , j5'5 'inf'--'1' 22:25 .-I' " l 'fl' .... . I Norton Melaver, l9'44 M S M Super Markets I4A Y'f"" Robert l. Strozier, l949 Department Head. Language and Literature Herschel V. Jenkins Fred Wegselg College Commusslon College Commission Gamble Hall Q Coach Ivey "Chick" Shiver it . RF ,LJ Armstrong Junior College feline float A . -, In si-ig: " A gs x 4- J 5.5! ,X I 3" w I x . 'fy-., Nui- . L X Students in the Iab for "practicaI experience" WI Another night of entertain- ment at the Savannah Play- house 1 John Henry Murphy. I948 Federal Bureau of Investigation Attorney at Law ISA 40's .-, Editor Coyle and the Inkwell Staff -X-f' 'sw i'C , i D 'Y 1-Q fm bbq .-V' I r.lf I' .-.- .Y l6A wr ur. , N-. J. Thomas Askew Armxtrong's Second President The Lane Building Q Come mrmuyiu...H-4q...n.-1.1 up-1 i w. nf. my qv-4. r-menu up-.1 mm-.il f if Tk' i - " .067 mv A. -r !'l!l""-'- , mr Wa N" A7 X 'before the FIRST FFICK was uit PENNSYLVANIA Was Building Fine Tires Today every Pennsylvania me mlde hu lhe paienled, oeolerrunmng, Dual Piupeee Tread developed by Pennlyl- vania engineers who engmeled lhe would-lamoua Vacuum Cup Tire, predecessor in the Silenl Vacuum Cup Tire, which will be available eher vricwry. When you ride o vania tina, you ride on the ben. EXPERT TIRE SERVICE npeumq me in nl. rm-i fnppmg in w-R Nlvlllsl-IQBIIWIQQ lawing's 702-12 East Liberty Phone 3-7692 left King and Queen of the Freshman Dance The Riding Club -A ,pw 5' 3" x ,ff gl 1:'f in j- V uw , Em ee s eemwqe if fe ,. A . f,L1 i'i"" '+V ' 'un ' ' A new! ff ' JF' K ' L - . s ' M? TTU-.-M1 I7A ,-,,,,,. -1- r' ui 50' The period following the korean War saw a growth that taxed Armstrong's capacity to the utmost. Headlines in l955 warned that "Armstrong May Clamp Limit on Enroll- ment" and in that year, the first request was made to the Board of Regents for Armstrong to be taken into the University System. In January. l959. Armstrong became a member of the University System as a two-year unit known as Armstrong College of Savannah. Financial support shifted from an over- loaded city budget to the state. Consider- ation was given almost immediately to the desparately-needed expansion of the col- lege. Numerous areas were considered downtown in the vicinity of the Armstrong home. Everyone realized that expansion was needed. especially in view of the enrollment forecasts of l.8w for I97O. Homecoming Hoat l95O 4 above. l fleftb Arthur Gignilliat l953 Chairman. Board of Regents President, Savannah Electric and Power Lompany "Rats" entertain upperclassmen Dr. Harry Pcrssc Instructor H1 Musnc " t ff 'aw - . W.-if" ' 5 7, 1. ' 4' - 27, ff? A V ,1 1, if V' 31 'z-A 4 ., of "' ' ff! 4- ,X . V1 1 f , ' , 1 I, .N -1- ifi k .. - - ,. , '..,p. x. 1 A ., "iii 1' .'. - 4 3,1 ln -, ui V uSSe:iS by--1' :gig "Q . f f':,,.-"' 591 .7!ze Souih's Yinesf Since 1841 YL X W'-. ' . fi' .2 'S V , an ff- ' W Q. , -'M I thought you were supposed to use the barl I9A t f x ummm l-V - Y 4, X .K fn rlhlllnArun-.lrout,lxp1Iu1S - Hodgson Hall D S Fgx' 15-, ' 'if I L k Q ' f 'val , 2 xg lf. S X Tl w' J A ' IL. Vx . 1' -I 'fffif'-561 L' zffi . ' If ' 1-ll vf. V . .421 1 . AN qs -1 1 1 UNC PN , -l at dtt ttttstuottgk faxorttc sport lorratttc Anchors Instructor tn tngltsh HJS 1 mf svn , 4 . . A James W. Head, i950 Judge. Superior Court Chatham County were the days!!! 8 4 H 50' S The Nnghl Lute A Wc'rc d omg chcmlcal anal Freshman gurls ws. Sophomore gurls In Tug ol War n Q25 l.00KlNG Q X for ? N The Best in life? then .bv LIVE BETTER ELECTRICALLY :iff ' .5 ,a,, 'Hail Savannah Beach ' ' ':"?T.-li' I , Armstrong Masquers present another thriller tat lcitt Lltvcrlvndcrs take .1 break Margaret Morruson. I95l Director, Computer Services, ASC Y -. ',.-' -'-t H f gt-gf-'r-. , U? ,4 X-"hug ,,,, 'I 4 vu? . YM: v -:'.,z-w ' 5-,,,: Cxu' . Q,--r -. 'QI -V .xx A ' 1 'lb- LA t""' :, 5- ry., :lt iafiibvr 35' Q 217 - by . . xg' .Vx -' b"""A'u A favorite place to study tor to fake itt 23A 60' Xlills H. lane stepped torward in i963 and speaking tor the Lane I'OLIIId.'ilIOII. ollered to buy 250 acres ot land outside the city limits tor the creation ot a totally new campus. ine months after the offer was made. a site was agreed upon in the XR indsor Forest area. ln the midst ot this expansion. news came of Gov Carl Sanders' IIIOSI emphat- ic campaign for higher education. The Regents approxed Armstrong's elex ation to senior college status in I964 and authorized the sum of 52.25 million dollars for construc- tion ofthe new buildings. President Hawes. having worked relentlessly for the expansion of the college. retired. and was replaced on July I. l96-I by Dr. Henry L. Ashmore. Dr. Ashmore came to Armstrong fol- lowing IO highly successful years as president of Pensacola Junior Col- lege in Pensacola, Fla. A -ls Reception in the lobby of the beautiful Armstrong home fn f .A J5:"9.2' ff. t-:'- Pgffl Q 1 '- .. r "I can't Iind anything in herel" IIA .al , ,., A .. ' ,g. Pv'g-r.-- 1, Z. 1 1 A Af' -r4'v- if.. 651- , . . - K1.N'f ' ' A pl Abu- L'h".' ' - ' fav I I Ll- ..,LL" I' ARMSTRO G STATE COLLEGE A FOUR YEAR UNIT OF THE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM OF GEORGIA NEW CAMPUS OPENING DECEMBER, I955 aol' I . il preparing tor a big move labove middlel We must leave Forsyth Park behind SAVANNAH on THE im, 'Bitmap' U9 T"'-K1 F944 .4 t '-Q .,.,,,, -,Y ,f-N -.f .- , I " VJ --x ,W xr 9 at if E Q .t F at ..,.J,, ' ,135 s 3, -uv. . , g.'o.'1q ' - S.. ' 'NJ .91 .-,-: ' L , Fl . r A 5 v., ft ' 'S' .. . r' 4 F' 'Q . r -F 6 'v 7' . WD, PER5c?NNfl9ER g -up 'Nfl EN Q5 t I 11 J i .,.-,. Emu Jw :Tai -... . 1' 1 . W. 1. I - E75 ., x U .ghr .3542 Pioneer days at the new campus ark nw , ' ' T' x -9 l-,'l .-N in ., ., r P. , , I lat leftt "I dont need any help?" Pete Clements, I969 Chief of Operations U.S. Customs , , 4, ,. 0, - K J-.t f , -A 544 V I W .. an 'wr N A 't"7 553, 12'-an 'fi 'Q .-P 'rf I '1 'N ,., 9 r' 5 The fourth President of Armstrong State College, Dr. Henry L. Ashmor 25A 60' ln the tall of IQ64, there w ere 35 faculty members. Only one held a doctorate lotal enrollment of day and eyentng students was 980 Ht fall quarter. l965. faculty had grown to 56. 30 per cent ot whom held doctoral degrees, The increase was in direct ant ictpation of the moxe to senior college status. In December. l965. the new campus was occupied and the first classes met in new buildings in January. l966. A tumor class was added in the fall quarter of l9E-6 and a semor class followed in l967. The first four-year degrees were conferred in June. l968. With increasing enrollments. it was apparent that additional class- room space was needed. Construction began in l967 on two additional classroom buildings bringing the total number of buildings to IO. Throughout the first decade as a four-year college. Armstrong continued to grow in enrollment. faculty and in degree offerings. ln the fall of l969, Armstrong's enrollment topped lk for the first time. Five years later. enrollment went over 3.QU. Dr. John "Jack" McCarthy Professor. Polttical Science The true meaning of "tn your face" I. ATULJ5 f I i 4 ff N ' s ,. 'C ' A 1 A. ' -, ." ix s of f Li' h K 'LN g, 1 .3 a -gf 'yrsg -" -. Q K if 8 5 T y ' . .. V -.L x, l qfbbl, 2 , I P ,4 K, A A 3 .l .. 1. 'Q' , 'l' ' 1 fl .. ,as l v .it - gli?-5 'V .' - ' . , T 'o is Q V-'A ll . ! 1 . , I 0 , w I Q 1 0 . , L. ' my f ' 'll . -'M 'TH' 03.49 -E--A 5" nn, in twig! .gp- Ray Carroll. l969 . A Plant Manager 5 - l-lunt4Wesson Foods rat rtghtt Dr. Stozier takes students on an ' " . excursion ,,,..,., 26A ' " Development of a cross-town rivalry t 1 ,H F, il' J' .f 4 ,r',e""H' 4- "I ,"ggQM5l,Tl9lll.lQ Ylllff ' ' 'Nl E, fam sms E 5 1- vp. v ns M ' ', 'f 5- ' , an P . 1' 1 ' M11 'J , ., x . -EW of E E. .- E is 'Q-1E"2l?f. ff f 5 4 A- U. ...J H S' 3 y :N - g 1- .. ' " ' ' ' .xl Ns ' .xx WN, " ,' , - V fx .x g X-. - .. '- " . X ': t if 1 L' '11, 'Az M. V , ks I y. AQ 'An .-Nr.. YS C S fs I 5 Fm Deliciousf for-SW Wfff A E ef GA gtg DIFFERENCE . . . costs less tool When you have at home of your own. wm11uxa'z you rather trust the :all-weather uupenuatwilxty of Natural Gas for all the BIG .inns of rumun: your home? ' Sllfilllllilfl Ibis I llllljlillljj as Y ,Q , gg ""', ' -E im EE, Caboveb You mean I didn't get an A? Cleft. middlel The new campus grows "outa the way treel" Cat leftb King Lud commits personal foul 'in faculty basketball game 27A 60's J -lohn Beam. I969 Chatham Countw Judge J Q t v DSN v-63 Susan J. Connor, l969 Calloway Profcssor of Hustory lift Collvgn' 7 1 t I Fans cheer on Baseball Ptrates E l t t J vp? '9 - - X i Qt I t It B ' 1' . ii ui. I J 'S n' X I J W N t I t l W Physucal Education Department Dr, larry Tapp. Kate Dean, Dr. Roy Suns lI."'..,g K- faIlfIJT1k off Il I Ilyl I Dr. Pcrssc d I Lvl LI b I uhrnstmas '1 ., Mrs. Cole, You Look Marvelous! Cat rightj Pioneer days is serious fun favs? I ' I 4 WINDSOR PHARMACY I24I'9 wha+e Bluff Road af Windsor Road ,,.,,. -"" A Commundy Pharmacy - 5 Wnndxor Forresf I Wulshure Estafes . -X Paradise Park O Wellwood 5' D' Whife Bluff 0 ldlewood I, , I and Surrounding Areas ..u,,. ' J. D. JBOATRIGHT, Pharmacisf FREE PICK-UP AND DELIVERY A Comolefe Line of Revlon Dia' Drugs-Sundries--:osmc-'ics 354-0213 Babv Neeos For Emerqencv 354-845' MONTHLY Accsums AVAILABLE Yoll ARE NOWEUERINQ, J 5 1 -'I A A .I I4 Q1 -:iw - QF fvwpgviglxi POF? 11236 21, ggrry r'y:eunNAw1c:f1gg Ci m Pynuzirl' xH'ten."L3 ' W Honogflfo l'!XXxYX",'. fvvaU:sIIo01fiII' ironf. M xmgg f-50-I, Af VVNQIPIC '. m 41,vQH,ivy'fvIf1, M fl7num1+f' fl Ilqijfnkg ANA "7'."'i 'ALL fxvzrmnas QQIQQIQE DUJVXP J O 's A new student center was opened in l97O and a 52.5 million line Arts Center was completed in l975. The center houses a LGU Seal auditorium which is used not only tor cantpus events but by various community groups for play s. concerts. and recitals. The latest addition to the college is the 52.5 million Human Services Building which houses all the health-related courses and pro- grams. Designated one of four regional health profes- sions centers in the state. Armstrong prides itself on the quality of it's health professions graduates. Programs include dental hygiene. nursing, medical record technol- ogy, respiratory therapy. medical technology and health science. Armstrong underwent a reorganization in l979. resulting in three schools: Arts and Sciences, Human Services, and Education. 'iv' Ii -s ' -Q 4 , 1-' ff f .,. .,, Raltin' on the Ogeechee ROA Mayor Rousakis breaks ground for the new Fine Arts Building v 4 r A rises gp. ,e -4. We recruit students at a very early age WN' NEW FEES .V fx K INEWFEESIWI QUAPHP 'vfgzju-EQ' , Hd!! I Sur, 'III' 5 I3 L+ BO Sc' 173 wx 1 III 8 '1 no no" II IIIIZ - par S57 L5 n fzl 150 IZ? ll fzf-2 A-JL DSI? I 3I0: 323 .LSR 'EBIBIII 'EJB-"I" I fill: 337' 1. 27 53 ' 5 55 ' fn 2' 4 17 IU I 69 ' 150 86 'L' I'I'I " '17 29 223 " l08 "9 251' II'1 'S 28I.2' J I3O9 ,BIOS - I'II 'B "' I52 " I Last one in buys the beer! .?f"h. ng In ,, 1-.ti-. Ao Q Ia! IcItJ Ilw hugh cost of lt1lIkIJIlOl kanma T. Simon. I912 Department Head, Dental Hyglcnc Armstrong S1810 College I 1' 'D- gf' 'iamx N" .gym B -2 .., .L 'Y' Dennis Pruitt. I972 Vice-President University of South Carolina H s SIA 'in f Trncky Duck Nnxon . . . Should'we burned those tapes! 0s b A sngn ol thc Innes . p 4 'P' f ly r 6 'T Q .v e 'bfi Jw A tv, 1:- ll '5'if?33Z2iQ4, ' ' ' .IL-z"l"Qf ' I ' 'I' Pi ,eff ' -h ' A 15 xii J? .L Q x 2 Ln K I , ' ' it U Ilia ,' .xg ' 8,1 14, g -14 U 5 5 , A' . y lg., K, H, I f 1' I A f ' h- I -1' X 'I , .V A f - V- I F .. f 6 x ' -. Q A 5 , . V '- u ' ' ' 'X J 'J ' ', " ' I I - ' ...Q vu-I is x, - 'Y-Q A Dr, Joo Buck Vucc Prcsldcnt. Sludcnt Affmrs faboxc. muddlcl Sludcnt Nursing Assocmllon An all-purpose boolhl QQ., N Burt Reynolds opens Armstrong's Fine Arts Building .11 Dr. Lanier and Mr. Comasky . . . radical protesters .I All-American Ike Williams scores two more S-Nlfr' 'f,f"" ' 'Jigga , 321 VOVQZ1. k , - ."0,'o I I - 1 ' ' O' 0 ll M . 0 0 Y l 0 I I , . agus 'Q 'Aff " ' N X 'x , -41. 51-Eisi ig ,J isgggigsfsst Z ' J"fZ"j J:f-f- '.,.'Q,, UA ' ,"f"!7'f' f Q'----'Sir s 5, ' I ,,,, uhh ,fy I ,f 4 'l,V1"-N- 15fEiss:ge2sef+s,+p!f s- F'H'ui2R2if4fTfls i s onlie i ,Q 1 0 E 5 1 2 . s Q r 5 :assays PIER. g ik ' s ' s xx xx s A sunt' 33A O! nr :Fi xf T4 ,,... . 4- Tn . ' .4-'ff ti ...'. ' f-L4 ll! ig? - i '.,' '. f ' li ' A 23" S 1'-ff.. D-'ii' . ., , Y. .fs I ll ss? E' I: 'F' 1' t it fi, A 'L-:JH - ,,---1 -il A lg r glib iw it : fwfr' X f' . , . . ' Jlsf I . '-f"'f'f.f"zrf-'mf . ' in it Haven't caught a fish all day lat lefty Harry Chapin entertains at Armstrong Amando Maijub, l97l Pathologist, University of Tennessee Celebration of Black Culture A .1 19, V' '. " ul - 6 Q 5 . 5 l J, , A 1Ol"'f'3 n " J' al' ' "-. 44, ',X, v.46:'.2" I ,r , 'c-P" ' 'g' ' . I .-1.1..'N,Y ' lo .g. - r. Mb'-, . ' Pirate baseball on the rise 4. .-"A 'f f 4 1. i . -f.-,, - , r nl i ' ' .n u' I 0 of Before the wave . . . there was the trash can brigade! -. -5'-S, XX A W 1 3 I Dr. Neil Satterfield Professor. Sociology tleft. middlej Dental Hygiene students provide a great service to the community N -1: qgw. .ti Q it . 2 Q l f T ' ,ii- WI .I xx., f SX! - Practical artistic experience Cbelowj Jim Brotherton, l97l Director. Professional Golfers Association . . C Q' I A I. ,. ' rr, 1,3 , ar? . LESSONS ON ALL POPULAR INSTRUMENTS NATIONALLY ADVERTISED AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN BRANDS ' PEAVEY - PREMIER ' CONN ORGANS ' STANDEL ' OLDS ' KOHLER 5 ' GIBSON ' BUESCHER ' CAMPBELL ' FENDER ' BUFFET ' PIANOS ' GUILD ' LESLIE ' VOX ' LUDWIG ' THOMAS ORGANS ' HOFNER ' SLINGERLAND ' ROGERS 232-4995 Skidaway Rd. 236-6093 at 36th Sf. RODY'S M U S l C Dance and Voice Lessons - in 80' Todas 's enrollment hoxer's around 2.9LU students. There are I5 departments and three programs ottermg more than 5Omajors on the assocnate. baccalaureate and master's level. The college has ISS fulltlme tacultw. more than 50 per cent of whom hold the doctorate. As tn past sears. Armstrong is dexeloplng to meet the needs of the Savannah community. the state ot Georgia and the southeastern United States. Craig Harney, I982 Production manager WTOC. Savannah 36A Oh what a leelung . . . Chrtstmas breakl .N ,t- :sq Kippy Brandon performs with Bob Hope Cleft! Dr. Robert A, Burnett Armstrong's fifth president fbelowj Miss A.S.C. I984 Kelly Kilpatrick and runners up , A: 'fit-wg,,:.-vngar ,,9'.'-1 ft. . "W", J! L 4- Y x X X v"9-- can-'iii-'- 552-wif' it lv' f, , Q a Anvyvg.,,,u' 0 Zz., ?Q.wl'4m4 at ' x - Abuse your favorite instructor S Dr. Larry Babits teaches Military History in a unique way Cabove. middle! Co-lzd intertubc Water Polo 'I I I .- 4 'f- fr -' l"'F . "I - 5'-1:-U' 7 gl! "," a"'l--., T ' :L V ., ,950 V' , ' i 5 . ' A Ki ' e . F' ' 3 M' 2 ' ' xc 1 ' 1 . , , , QL vt If 1 'I f I . 1 L"! B A SO' ugh! 'mother unbcllcxablc mow bx Tommx Hlackshcar O.k, class. read chapters IYJO tor tomorrow Q . Lynn T. Roberts. I983 Director, Intramurals A.S.C. 38A ,,,Q. -.,,.I . nammi 5'l -3'!'3 x JY ah W 2- I'lI never make it to the class this way Don't bring your books into the bookstore ever again .rf ,. , "?7'l' SSN" MAJOR LEAGUE LANES . F D 'P' ' 5 Tibet Ave. Sovonnoh, Georgia 3111116 "Ont Z 5 H 50 AMF Lones, Snock Bur, Lounge, fun! KSIIIIIF? R01-ur HOME OE THE ASC PIRAIE BONNLING TEAMS Ross Bowers Dvpnrllncnt Head Rcsplratory Iherapy 0 . if -nu' - . l"T"' -JI 'Di Now you can sneak into class late he'lI never see you! 41- Dr. Evelyn Dandy Department Head Developmental Studies A i S Nanonal Opera Company performs "Elmer of Love" '2R'r,v if if 315' John Stegall Vuyc Prcsudcnt for Business and lunar 40A 1 L' 0 Stop that Al Harris. she's only ISI Pirate soccer rolls nf . 1,-al'-P., 'ff-2+ We-e -' 6.232 .., rf J L,1+..- - "la V N ' 1' ' -. -.""i1kLr'.' . , -. 1-,fgvxgils , . -. f'-.3?i."g"'f5lj- .- AFV X 2. 1-ws 1- er . naw .Q NN. -- 5 ' 'al' 1 '0 ' . C r X., -0 , I I L l 'o l N -eff V ' ' ,, ,. ' J. n,,,. 'iw Take a plunge in lovely Lake Ashmore 5 .Q- 539' . A 'uf' V if :,- " ' f..-ht. 4 ..,, ,IW ffl! f fa ' .-,A , Abercorn RAMELLES FLORIST OT 36?h Sireet Sovonmorw, Georgwo Phone 234-2261 - 2311-2262 .QQNNN LZSEQ 4-5 ' Q 4 lisa Michael Cohen. l983 Olympic Weightlifter 4IA From Thi . . A And Thi . . To This G X -....f.. - Q - . . To This .i O' . Q Thi I.. -tr- L4 .n 3 ' F ,T' S Q A gl , ul Q 1' - ---.1-'-- ii -92... .I W. l,.,1...- .gn -fi' x Q - 'hs . 0 wg- B Q.. -I - Q .. V VL'-1 1 ' uxtvo.-. , 1 Q -S -1' .Q "' ,Q ' 4... 'S ,- ' -- ---- f -,Q - - V 791' A--" v' v i HHH HFVIEY l'lll.IiElWiMI2.51 1 A1 1 uuusn.. ..,, N... , . 2 . Q. 2 - ' .A-Q . 1 -Q M...,..... b.......-,-,.... 4. H.....1,.,,1...-.wwvvs-f.,-L , . W.- -.,..-.r . ... ws,v,x..4 -x - ,, if 'ln XX X ,..J I . - X. ,,. -M , -4 .., 4, i v 1-A- .. f, g A f - gs ,qi . .L . ' . , 47 1 gf ', 'lv- ' I N yu , ,. Am.. 1 4 h , ....., ,.- Q . Y, I Special Th nk The edttor of a yearbook. along wtth the members of the yearbook staff always recetve credtt for the successful completton of the yearly publtcatton. In the edttor's message. thank you's abound. rangmg from "thanks Mom and Dad" to "I couldn't have done it wtthout Budde!" Thus short message ts meant to say "thank you. we couldn't have done it without you" to the people who take the ptctures, John and Jeff Gulle. These guys are a helluva couple of good photographers as well as bemg my good friends. "YOU NAILED IT DUDESIZI J.B. 46A .pr- " A" 1' f ,. 11, . "t f ' --N . , , . -...,.,.,'e:x fy. Y Q t. l i 1 1 - 1 " ft ' ' I - ' if 1. - . - -. Y -. az- . .-.rv- Editor's M ssage When the going gClS tough . . . several things occur. First and foremost a person learns a great deal about patience. pam and perserxcrance. lf lwas ever unsure about tny performance under pressure I am in the dark no longer My mind and body have experienced the torment of deadlines. There are grindstone marks on my nose. and l have enterged with a better understanding of my self and a successful publication fl hope you agreeb. When the going gets tough . . . a person learns a great deal about the people around them. While l would enjoy basking in the light of an acclaimed yearbook, l cannot fool myself The I986 Geechee Staff produced this book. They are a dedicated group of individuals. Armstrong is fortunate to have persons of their caliber in attendance here, When the going gets tough. . . a person learns a great deal about the dedication of friends. Special thanks to Carla English who stayed with the Geechee front beginning to end. Thanks to Patsy Estes who typed designed and cheered me up when I was screaming obsenities at all the work to be done. Also thanks to Al Harris, an advisor and good friend, and to Dr. Strozier. I leave Armstrong with mixed emotions. I'm saddened that l must leave an institution with great opportunities for all students, both in academics and extra-curricular activities. I'm happy that I had a chance to serve this school and that l received a quality education from one of the most underrated colleges in the country. When the going gets tough . . . the tough laugh and ask from morel Jon L. Burke ' tri rg" ' . A - ' '. .t v JYLAT - '.'.r ip: ' ' f ' A D 0 2. 3 1 .X 1 4 WAIJWKQTII PUQJIHIQ UXXHY I BAIIILINI. HIHRJII 1 if I' , I ' .klilf qu .ll 1 R V,,-' L-, . -zu Q Ma ,mi 1 , I Oy: "" 'wtf'-I ., J ' u ' 4 or' 'I 1 U .. -. V, M Quik! NME. - ,.s.4s- "'v.-. O .'.h. K" 'xl ve fig" ' - , , I P n rlvb - nk' W" -gn. fil.Q y . J, U Y, 0' J I buss . m .1 A51 Qc


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