Furman University - Bonhomie Yearbook (Greenville, SC)

 - Class of 1977

Page 1 of 280

 

Furman University - Bonhomie Yearbook (Greenville, SC) online yearbook collection, 1977 Edition, Cover
Cover



Page 6, 1977 Edition, Furman University - Bonhomie Yearbook (Greenville, SC) online yearbook collectionPage 7, 1977 Edition, Furman University - Bonhomie Yearbook (Greenville, SC) online yearbook collection
Pages 6 - 7

Page 10, 1977 Edition, Furman University - Bonhomie Yearbook (Greenville, SC) online yearbook collectionPage 11, 1977 Edition, Furman University - Bonhomie Yearbook (Greenville, SC) online yearbook collection
Pages 10 - 11

Page 14, 1977 Edition, Furman University - Bonhomie Yearbook (Greenville, SC) online yearbook collectionPage 15, 1977 Edition, Furman University - Bonhomie Yearbook (Greenville, SC) online yearbook collection
Pages 14 - 15

Page 8, 1977 Edition, Furman University - Bonhomie Yearbook (Greenville, SC) online yearbook collectionPage 9, 1977 Edition, Furman University - Bonhomie Yearbook (Greenville, SC) online yearbook collection
Pages 8 - 9
Page 12, 1977 Edition, Furman University - Bonhomie Yearbook (Greenville, SC) online yearbook collectionPage 13, 1977 Edition, Furman University - Bonhomie Yearbook (Greenville, SC) online yearbook collection
Pages 12 - 13
Page 16, 1977 Edition, Furman University - Bonhomie Yearbook (Greenville, SC) online yearbook collectionPage 17, 1977 Edition, Furman University - Bonhomie Yearbook (Greenville, SC) online yearbook collection
Pages 16 - 17

Text from Pages 1 - 280 of the 1977 volume:

CROSS COUNTRY For ten years the Furman Cross Country Team had started the season talking about winning the Southern Conference Championship. Furman Won in 1965. Since then it has been William and Mary on top every year. Last year only Chris Borch kept William and Mary from a perfect score in the Championship meet. But in 1976, William and Mary's last year in the Southern Conference, the Paladins gave them a going away pres- ent of second place. Led by five juniors, it was the depth of the Paladins that won the championship for them. The Paladins compiled a winning record on their way to the conference title. They won the prestigious Stone Mountain Invitational and regained the state title which they lost to Clemson last year. Furman hosted the NCAA District Ill meet in which David Branch missed qualifying for the NCAA national meet by one second. None of the seventeen runners on this year's team will graduate, so the Paladins look forward to another good season next fall. .awe NM my is K . 5 - if ' 5 i .4 '-.H Q ,, , t .p., . -N. A. sv sr-t " . if ,- f f my M T t , i . XV - hi s gov in xx g . me V " ' 45 .i. ' ir. -M ' r ' - 'fx .-' sl.. -ith' ' ,f'.:.. - 1 XY., 4 - .ug .iw QV . ., lv . Q :fx 15-xt, -V AR . 'X ygi .EE ' Q15 . X-: ' V nf?-ll 1. 3, .. ., +L.-gg .J it . MN . , . 41 QM S SN 4? . f'-Q xg, . A V, 'V K fx MQ' if va 97 wg WOMEN S BASKETBALL UW 2 QQ. 5 ' X 1 1. fm ll' ? 98 ' v 3 l, . I.: 2 yi 41...--Xxx ,X .LD Z' I X ,fg r- 1 4- f, .ua 4 +5 .. 4 fl ag . li' if l 1' -2 Q25 I Susan Blair Debbie Durant Abby Kennedy Lynn Looney Carey Lord Pam Moss Karen Nolen Darlene Pipkin Chris Scott TricialToole Jenny White Allison Williams Susan Pressley WOIVlEN'S GYIVINASTICS . N MJMM ,,,,,,,,,..,,..-.-K 'Q A'q"'fm. 'N-N -. - 1 1 -0 ,sl-.M . xi K few-.....,,g ,. f X I ,f2,, .W-.W .- X 'wp . Q .Q f"gL:fW7j , 2, , ., 1 .1 . ,,,x Q. ff.:.i.Wj?.'1UMW' '.,f Q. W, .. ., .. , ., ... ..- .sw .ff..:-.,p..' .'w,w,....f.-J.'.''.-. ..'."H.ww'-f.f.vw. . f ---- sw.-a Q...wf.ww..,y.w'-. '..Z.f.f.w-- . w- . ,J..-,g J f, ,,'.!.. -.ya w wwf- ..,.z.:w."--'M .iw-.snz'Ww.f,-.qw.Mawpw.-5mIW--fgwfuwlWN " 'uw'Js'..'f--ww .'w2..w.-'.H.'N.-wx' '0.W'."::w...--.2v'.f'uf w..-.oz .'w.'f..': wif. :"'.1'wz""2J- .J '.z4..'wU zw.F?'W'VfM-. 'wlfw .vwf'w".w.b'f "W W' f f W f . .Wmmsw:.fM:ff?lsN5 .wma' gg:W33wfwQfpg?Wm,gp:M,fQgWWWfWW24yfg4WMMWfW ' X ' J 'N . ' -' '3 'N ' ' ' -- '- ' --" - '. --N' .gm f..,:-zj'fr,"zr'-'wg'ri'gmgvw.W,ws.y.fgW ' . ' ' ' ' 1' '4':V"..'w.''m!n,i..rf'.gHf0I.1 Jw ..J'lw..-.-JL ,,.- .-...f.-M --g..-.....,...-Y...--Qw..,,.w...,..... , . W, ., .. . . .. . , 5 5....MMWWww:MMM..+'ecMsQ4,lM0 f 0' . . " 11. ,.,.MW:WMW.f,W:W:ivn.My W. .1 ,., W, .1 . ,...V , I ,.,.f!w' ..J.,,.,L, f,.fr..Q.-,ff,. . W.,. .W .1 , . W...7....,.,.,.W . . ' ... .w,.. . .f , . , . . , . 1... N , WW. ywqfmffw ff-.M ., .I . .2.--.'0...w'!-A.-newW...M.'.s-.'1".."''Wh-.'fN..M'W.1w'43f.Jf1.z.'wlN.if1.W'w. -, . au,w,zw..p www ...www 'Jwff.w..y" wwfff' ,f,W',H'w Mmm. wp .Wy 'f.fff.....ff Wh. WM. .K?wwwfw.wW'f'v 'fWnwWwwW:WWi4WWWwW.nfWZW'QWW W W ff W ...W NWA .f A...fW.,,.a, e:iwi:2fWsf..wwg . -w."ufp. ' ' 'f '- " "' 'W ., "H ..p'.P.sf.'-',"f Cw,,,"','m nY..."'1, . Naomi. Cain u . . ,W . .w... .... f ..,..,..W .,.. , .. ..,f '. .mm f..wzw2.'.wf1. www.: ' , 5 H ,, -- f-- ' - -' -f' wh',y..'...gLw..,,,Nf-..Y','2m.:"z'w,MW-"'F'MW-"2z'JW,11wCW. ' w!:fP11M.Ww QW!G1W'F.gfqH: w.x:rWmI3iwJ+ .,I "WFQ'hf'""f"fhfgwfw'fiWV'MW0WPWW51W'5f3WWWHWWW!'IWW ' ' W.1fWff'wi42W1Wm.QW4MwfmcGw.mQ'1+...,......s..nW0 ,.WW..'.,ww.pnwzfdpvwffwwwf0QM1fLMvf5:wWfJw'WWHWWW!J 3. .Im '- M..WW,,.m X J' H .'-1 "...w"...'If-'ivziy I.,yf',J,' ,, W "' . 1 ' VME''i'w."v'fz40+'nj'...W'f-Qwg.'m-.'-,Q-,na...Ly'ff.'Qg.w57. 'N "W'.'::'N'J.mw "N' ,w:i.'." . f .uma ., N ,J fre. :WS :,w2'N... K 1 ...N K Mdiiiyg ' W' Y ' --. w'5".fz.ff..2 .aw'22"--.Wa .2Ef.w'.".wf"nW'-y' Q' NM'-.'E ,M Jwpifi--Fzfsf-WY-n" uf- 'W -. ,.. 3. W, .mg .vm'..:Jm".'.S..f'..w,w!f7J2fJ".'wwf.4.'wf1'n.nf..w.,wmzwf--Mfm.-.'...'J'-.wxfvn.2'-.'f'.fww-J-'-M v..zz 'H' '- . "ww .,,,, , ..... --W.. ...ww!-fw..f.,w..f.,...,...fH!w..M-...w,.,.,mmap.-,-..-u fu--...,Q, n,h,..,y,. -...,,.,,,,.,.,.-.Xl-W,..,,.,N .1 . f , , . -- gjy4.fqf"2'vWWW5:WEf.,'W3-Mx'm!,L"w-if7-fyfwf15--lmN'ql!L'L'nfLN'.f'fw:Cy.RWGAwww.Wu.,ynMM-sJn5V"'fNi'.',.wwajwa-.M-' ' . ,WM , n f: wwg 4l Wg2.1-..1y-f jfzzg: ...,gg"vfw"w:W ffZH5'1.!JyLLMMfWwffrlM'fmfy - -up-.'ff'.3 .' tg w 1. .. s . . 21.1 "'N 'N ' ' ' . , 'f'-,-.pf'Q.Mr.9.'?'i:N.f'viJI'31'.ywYpih?.:f.i..M-QilX33.E.5,..:.'. ,, 1 s'f",..'3.G,'f ' W 'WM' M'WW"' W'7fVbIvJf' -W'vN'vG'f'f"M''N'ffWd'.".WW'h"'W"flff7I:JM" mv "".'f .a " '. 1. W.-1'-f"W 'J' nw .+..:.v'fw.5.'f'Mk'MW.WMwmkzflfkik.Z:.fffnhwffv'ww-ffm ..'..:uw.':f4. w.5.n..f.-MV .z ' , ., ...dv . . 1 .....:f ' mu ....p'fp0f-NW '-'-'M"ItwWWWfyW..1"JC'jH!5!VM,WFG'W.Iy5wfWfq.'ywvlwfjwWM7'Wfwf-l9'.w.'f''F'f.f'U3'i'y'l,i""'f,""'z'.f. '- .' k vfv"H12.'1W?GZ'4.Hivf-wwf f f"f.:'w'- fw".'. fw'f-.ww 5'mfw-1lw,,w.b.-. '..,w'.'-1.+.'w"-.2v..'2L..fw-N',1.'.' "." Y . Y 1 ,,,.Y.W,-.aw-.,z-1. dw 51: ' vw ifffiMMff5W4M5wQu.P5 W . ' ' ' W"W1'.54iCW 101 .4 . .mm L. 1 V. r I 1 BASKETBALL The dunk, one of the most exciting plays in the game of basketball, came back to college basketball in 1976 after a lengthy leave of absence. And asthe dunk came, so came the 1976 Paladins. Coach Joe Williams pos- sessed potentially the finest team everto matriculate at Furman. They turned 1975's record Q9-181 around to 18-9 and claimed a tie for 1st place conference with VMI. The talents of the experienced, Jim Strickland, Ronnie Smith, and John Cottingham combined with the outstanding freshman Jonathon Moore and return- ing Junior Bruce Grimm gave the starting five a clear- cut edge over most opponents. Reserves supplied ex- cellent depth when foul trouble plagued the big men. The regular season ended with the televised defeat of Coach Frank McGuire's South Carolina team. Moore and Grimm were 1st teamupicks in the Southern Con- ference and Strickland claimed a spot on the second team, Going into the tournament, Furman once again had hopes of capturing the Southern Conference championship and continuing to the NCAA playoffs. ,nw .,.,..Y ..,. ,.,.,,,..7,v...,,.f-.f.,,e,....-.,-.-. -,--W ..,Y W V Y NRM! . ' QQRwM.u',f N. 'A ij, Q I 1 T' 1 x. 3 . .f ,416 We A D ' ' -QA . ' 4, fix si NXu, W., 9 I x I AB ' 2: I F Jim Strickland Ronnie Smith John Cottingham Jonathan Moore Bruce Grimm Stanley Woods David Dredger Rick McKinney Rick Harness Don Harris Artie Knight Andy Means Reggie Parker 4 ,va M L 'I 4 o' I' i . 'L ,U 5 fix 3: uf 2' me M.- QQYYICE 1, 'IP-ax m'i ,is he NU!! M-af" an I 2 4 -2-:a.L,,,, . E 'K , u ani' in :pf-I rx. .Q . . "' . 1. W 'm ,',..,r5 - , 1 A-f -3, W , ',,, A 4,, M,.,,, I - . I 4,-.M ML ' - 4 2-f , Q ' kg W 'Ji ,. 1 :Z V 'rw ,H , ,F 'N 'yup -V1 V I. Mm, Iwy. V H. . . ,aa - -' . 1 -14' .fl 1' ' :Q ' N' - ' , 1-"""1' 'V' 1 1 , . ,W mw:"'jMff fr! Aw A ,.. Nik rin ' his w 0 1 , we ,w .:7, - ' W lf 'Nfl , " lim ' L' I Y mmm ,4 I .,,x 1,4 U ,..,gs1f,w Q M 1-up uf' '-1"T53+ffM52. . ' if- ' "mf ' High A .xxx ' ' . , ,. , L -- , , ----...L If ,assi-44 Q' 'A -rf ' A 55" wad 4 '. .,,-. ...... U --5.53 1 vu ' 1' Y 'at-.. .1 Mfg. ' -- . ff-.Q 1.15.-an 1 'Q' h "2 if f -. f J my - - . v , ' Ulf .HJ 1, - . ,, ,mx f ' ' ' I . , , .1-nf--f ' . .--3,,,--fl mmf,-..,.,,,. W. , Lq:Ep:Mr k'!'f'fw-'mz1,:H.1.,. ,W , ,.., . ., .1,:..,.,..-0 , V1+24i'I'M,Fq'WI'?fL"""', , , ' 621 ' , 7'EThibflw?L"9V3"'W'1"-"'H'ff'?""'i""""""'1"1"' ' .u31f:Qaf4F?eY411ivIKn4s'fhb'Ff .SWSmy 1 rle+vUfwH ef ,' ' W A + . E .Yu 1,14,,f.1,,+p , mug qw-1 a,,f5,1,, myltg, ,, gli 1 u w- f , . , '- -,H , 1- , - - , '34y.q1,151?agw , ,,i" ,9g'wgi If,1iW-,mlxih-'N n,MI J,.w!'1v W h L. "M-w:ww.w ., W w.f:..V ., I, , "P m , M1111 imF6lb1IwJ-WJm.1w.,m " 1 "N e' f wmnWvmmmq.y'.,m.:,,..,,,,.,,,,,,,.NWw 'M H ' "MI" 'VH'-+1l"'3w,: 1,-WEL?WL-"'lL,u:u.541.-W ,MH mid"INHwwwwmwumwwuWMMmMw1a1ax.WW,,, ,,. ,,,,,,,,. ,, EE w ,A , , , -'U 0-v-n-r-.1-.--,,..., ...,...,.... ,... , w1fwHwlEsM1:La',1Hama..Lwmrrbuwwmmnmmmwmwwywwvmuwwmmmemumgm -- , ,W,mWmm,W1WMm 1 ,P X " ' ...M ,., , If il. 1 'P NfCflff1T:.1I2'f4T'. ' 7, ' , 1 ,,,!, , , ,,, 1 ...V-. A., .11-f. ..,,,""1 5 VM, .,,,,,, W- ' W.M W ,Q " ',Z I fY 5.'.'v'l:Q',,g5, ,g'-,,1?F:1?Tf?hF5,:'M.ff'f"1745'F1f97'!i1i1"'4'1lqfj'3?w2f:l"f'M"nrl33"Wf45Ifmfiwiy.fa? 'N' ' if "' 'U " ' -"" , '- v ,. J, " .,, 3,10 .H -4 '5-'V' 'Fw' 52:1 .I',3'C4 'J V721iff'q'1.'1"v':'Q""i1l'V'-'F','-WS ' f-gif f,:4,fj W ...?."..:f,Q. Y' fn' ' 'W'11:4-JM.1nf3Mgf2.f'I'-wwJ-Mamanm1vs2Tm1a..,.z,aQ.Lg..,a.5,Q5aafSl+W,35gjkpSH-'Q-gimfwfw5'M4,1"ul'2W9 ., MY, i ,, A H X , - '.u..L,,.j', Nov. 27 Dec. 1 4 15 18 28 29 Jan. 4 6 8 12 15 22 24 26 29 31 Feb. 4 5 7 12 14 16 19 21 26 Presbyterian Clemson Wofford Georgia South Carolina Poinsettia Classic lColumbia, Navy, Citadell Pennsylvania Jacksonville Davidson Appalachian State The Citadel William and Mary East Carolina Clemson Western Carolina VMI Q N.C. State North Carolina New Orleans The Citadel Appalachian State East Carolina Davidson South Carolina Southern Conference Tou rnament First Round Mar. 1 2 Southern Conference Tournament If 'Wm IVIEN'S SWIMMING The men's swimming team looked to better last year's banner season in which all school records were broken and the team placed second in the Southern Conference Championships. The team showed re- markable progress in its first three years and Coach Peter Andersen counted heavily on sophomores Bill Rutsch, Fu rman's first conference champion, and Jeff Evens, holder of six school records in freestyleg senior co-captains Dennis Toth and Peter Thompsong and returning lettermen Jim Callaway, Alan Austin, Joe Judge, and Chris Flanck to lead the Paladin tankersthis winter. In addition, some outstanding freshmen joined the squad to give Furman a strong nucleus. Robert Chrushch, Bob Hopke, and Rich Dunham all figured heavily in Coach Andersen's plans for the future. The season started in September with workouts twice a day. The duel meet season began in November and culminated in February with the Conference champi- onships. BNN. 5 A ....... ,swf I V-Ax 6 , . 'qw wr 0 A f-Xt X uw .af all "' New ed W .UW W' ..- rv 'I ..wQ" ' will 0 Nw X ,. v .- ,5- . V Q' .sg ' A xi , N , nf' ,,., A ' 1- -r W lf- , ,-.kms v ww- .,4 -'fmt fr' .N . --we - 'F ' . . -0' - ?.'3'fz , kms, 9 K: .P 5: , s..s"'f IFF'-W' xi 'f R ,. Wt. f-Q' 31- ' ' ' -' is fs f . . ,. pe' X1 Q-:Lie-Xa... -it - N w .W , -.fa R, 1. 3 m..,A-- . ' ww '-,QW .. -fn' V A Rx X X I' 4 1' 4 Q04 st Nrwt We-V .. 4, --.H - 1, , mais-we 1:-Mm., r - W,:'.-sk:-.-. an--Q ' 9 N' 'N S . ,....,., Q.. .2 '.g E-5-'r fn, l , M. iM1.!,L12'2- V. .fw- V ni, IL,, I. N WWW .5 ,V V gw,,:,12- - "-' ' f .. ,- V 5 - g1L,, ff' 1 " ff 'W 'M W , 23- wifi WA -- W , , . ,:- ,-mx" 11' . , .-V' V I ""' 1:?i"K",4-z,1111- ' ' 'C' " ' , - " 'yy -f' H EL. , ff ,H A 5..M:.,.1,Q1,j,3g,.f,C..,. . W, 1 '71'?-,Eff-Mf?fif'f,,.f'f'' . ' 'l .wwff V -. " I , MW" Vw-'H 'vvunamh L, W W M maM5,1,,,Z.,n,m' , Q4 4 1.4, Qff , ,,, , W ., - f an g,. A, ,., ,,,,N, X Z WVJNQ? ff V '. M- ' ,.-.'4,gff14x!a4,:u-- 'liigizh' - .. 1- 1' " , . ,M 'I ' ,Q , . , V. 'fd V ,zm ,QW , I. A j f A Vf,,.,J,.,g1,,,,,,,., WQg,:x,, 29 V Qin . " w 'W 'M fm -- " 15453258 " 4' , if if ,wfdgwif " ' ' 'WM e 1 V-f 1 A. , fa N dfsgm Q g hp ' f 'f '. J If ' A W WW A- -1 an 1.,.:44, -- ,'- W ' V My ., iff V g W, I, Q' 0 ,f A ' , uf ' ' f' W Z ' ' " FWZ? Q ff - X, .,,, ,,5., fiV M- ' X f - ,ff 2. Vw , rx m.,:-vw.. 4 X. ,, X A- , , .wiki fikgxs? l i ww - A X 'v-f1:i1sweLxw: "Wim: ,Q w .:fNu .. , X 5,511 11.3. 5.31551.12.'g,1:q5::5:g::s:x:3 x 'f +1 "I: ,.wf,L,f,x'. -9' ffm '-1-,fr1:i.'-:f.5:f.r1g-:si-hs:-39, ffff:2:5':f5:55r.1f3-545:-E13f.5:Ew:.5:j:r:-5:5-cf.r,.:.1:5-5-35:f:1 -:sr-z:2:::g, -X N ' :xmxx ,lx-1g.,.,gfg.f,N:.,- 1 W '- N X192 ge, - : ,- . ,, x . V 4 wks M --:'N xw.,-.-:Q . 1 ww f- -- . - rv-ww Mfg,-s:-c-9-:rx-1 - 0 ' " w,-:mf :F-.2:1:'?i:f"i21.31-afar, , -,.,.,:-Xgrxgfvv -xs'.,a:.,w-,f "Q 2. ..x ,rwl-SmxxQ-:-I.F1f-3.2-ZEE:1:5:1-Ewgwf:-:wr+rf-'fs:':f:.3i::. if: , . V ' ' -3. ' jg gf: gg xx W 23 5 xx , -Q -4f,.5,5.5.- ' 'Q ., 'Ez- X N Wm, X " , .x .E:x- b e.: .:. . .x .x-:sn---f ., ff' 'X X E . . : : ,pq - , -' gxs- , i . N. K? -1. 2 'rv' 'iff ., A ' 'XE . G- Lirewi h :g':54s:s:g,xg,.1:1g. .y -Nlv ,. - .,.-,. -:Q-. ,1..s:,,5f5:5:,-:.:'::s-.Q -. 2-xg'1g5Q:3g" , 'fwvixw rfss::1f" - --N'-Mv'ew' '::.:K'yz:fS,g -. Ax " ' B5 iz.. N . g v i' ' r f vf' Lit x N I x .N ,Qs xNN.,:'.3 . :awk -may . 4 Q4 xy 1 Q . ' W e-v-wt ' Xx"m,13:ii2NX . T 1 :- -5:- i: .Q:::-x.:.,q : Qs?-5: ' Zi' SE A:::-2:11-ga:::::a:3:1::,gsm-.,. 4:p:5-:-zmswxf:.9:z:hN W,-V-,X-M ,QQ- ,:.1 . 3 iw? ' X -.gx ' xilgf, : Y A , X.,-X. 1,,..,x ,MX x.-U. -Ax. ?,x .Nga , '-1 kgs. .E rie 1 -. ' Hs ' V. x.,Q.5g, ' .5113 X 5,1 X ii: , X 109 gl, - z- x,..-1... - -1-.vi-?ff . ,, 1 A , 'N ,U x .. X1 N N - I . X 5, 4 xx' x X N CS, '21 N131 12 ax R 1. X . . - QQ 5-Qi A 22 Q W v ' 1 X X , X ' fc-1 . 1 flilvy . 'S . x "F. 1 ,- . 1, 1- '1 1 11111 N 1.0 .111 - Agfa 1 1 Q 571 t I1 - if 'Si - 1, 1 . , - 4 111' 1 Q? ' ku' N a J- 'I ' ' ' X ' . ' QQ S "N"-, ,5-,:1:"" 1 , - if -11 1 "1-51:61. 1 11111 . 11 " A- '21 Q' ' 11 Q x , ' L 1ev,fS'23 A N , 1 , K in - 1. 1 1 as 'aiu --4 Q. .1ZS'1"1 K n'F'-1 I f ,134 A wf A 'Al'af111AH1Si3'U . 1 1 1 111 1 Jim Callaway' 1 Peter Thompson DerihiSOTdfh' 'f Trey Carson ' Jeff Clark 1 Jeff Evans Joe Judge 'Chris Ran ck' ' ' Bill Rutsch K Robert 0111811111 Rich Dunham 1 Jack Haire Bob1Hopke 1 Paul Miller ,111'y13'11'11'111,,11j11f"1'311121'1U11Z'1111fV11,"1C11f1f1"2' 1 1 1 1 1 11,1 1 1, 1 1 1 1 1 111'1,1-11 111'111111"1n1 11111 ' ' 11 111111111111 11111, 1111111111111 111 1 1 1 1'11 11 1111! 111, 1 111111 1111 11' 1,1 111111111111 11111111 111 !,l,,11111,1MMW I 1 f 111115 111' 1 11111 F '11 1 1 'IW H 11 11'11"" I 411111 H I 1 11' 1j1111 f":'111 "1'I'111 1 7111111110 11T'1'1111,"11"' 1 ,1,1.,,1,11,1, 1 111 1 1 ' 11' 111171113 1 1 1 f'UUl111111',1'.11 17? I '1 1' 1 1 y17711'11'1W1,7V , V, ,, 1. 1,,1, 111.,11,-11, 1 1 1' 11 '111111111' ,115 1 1 1 1 111,51 ' ' 1' " ':1'i1i'111"fE1'11 " 'I' '1111"111f11111"11":1,'1'111121112"'1E1'11 51111'1fT51""'-11111,-:'1'1+1?111 1 ' 1 11- 1,1 11-115,111111111111111111-11-111111"1f,11511'i11'Arg 1 ' 1 1 1- 1' ' 1,'111,'11'11'1111".11 - 1 1111"1!'1 11"'11111'11'1111-11,1111111111111111111111111111111111111111'11"1111111111 11 1111 11331 111 151111 1' 111 -1.1111,'.111-'11,-'1,!,1111111"1 '11',f 1 '1 1111 '1'11.11111113 111'111111:'1,j'111 1111 1 111f11'1111'11,11,1f111111-111 '111111111111111111 11.1:1111111111111p1111 11" 1:1111 1131111'1," 111 1 '1 55 1 1 ' 11 111111111-111111 -11131111,'11'11111111111,1 11 ,111 ' 1 J ' "1' '1' 1'2"'f '11-"1-'I,'111111,'f."'1C'1-11'-1111111211111111?T1111'1111"1"1111'111' 1 1' - 11 , 1? "111""'111111111"f11"'11111f11111i'111fa,1P11i1'g11 ' 1, ' 1' 11 ,111 1111151111.F"11f111111Y1111C,fZ".111W " 1 11 1 1 , ' '1 '1 1 1 111' ' 1 11' 11-111111111':11111111111'1S 1.1111Q1,1111"11w'11'1111 1 1 11 11' 111111111"'11':g'!:,1111111111-1111111 1I'11'.'111 ' ' ' 1' ' ' '111'1'1'111111'111111'111,11111'1'1111111'1,11111111 1 1- '1111'111111111'1 111g-SF11-1"1' 1111111111111 ' ' ' " 1' '-'11,1:111111111111,111'1:'1Q11,1 -,1 1111, -1111111 ,111-1 ' ' .11'1111,'W1.I11'1i?Z11 1 11 11 '1111'1,-11111"111'?1W1 ' 1'1 1 111 1 1 1 1 ' 1'11111111'111'111S,-11111 '111 1111111111111 111 1 1 1 111111 1 1 , 11111,1:1g111,111111111111111111111 1111 1 1 '11 11 UG 11"1,'1115Vl . 1 -11 ' 1. '- '1 1 '12 1 1 1 11'11111"1"1' 71"1',11.'1Z1111f11"1'11- 1 1 1 1 -.1111 1 11 1 1111 11.11 1, M1' C 111 1! " 11'Fg1'1"11"" Fr. ' ,1' 12f' 1 -1: 11 111 1 1 1 1 1 3 M11 1 111 1 1.1 111111 11 11 1,1111 1 ,111 1151111 1 1' '1'11,1111, 11 11111, 1 5'1'1""'11f' 1 .111 111 11 5 1 1 H' , 1 11 1 1121 1,1 jj 1 1 1 1 171111, 11211 1 11,1101 ,SI Q? 1, .wal 1 , NX vi 1 S k ,. ! ,,'7"1 f 'vw' X , smwg. S0 ' 1 110 if ,Q 2 , 6 .MW ,, .W A 1 ,sf n i , 4, km . ' ""' , I , ' f - V.-V " w2fawf,,,,.. ' ' .. .5 we I '- 5- 1 ' mseasm ' - Klux' -' , 5333.3 M , Q ' f - , 'x"' - ' M. ' ii'I"V f ' Ef"'L'A 'N ff :1 , f? 1: ff-12 XMSQCK il 531' 'T Q? "iv . A- L, 'Elm I V .' g ' "'--"' 'N -'-' ,.. W3 1 '-"SRX IGB!! .lunauismmwwmaiii 'law fggyqg-H,,.5gi:yq5f ' ' ' , Q.. A w5w ?'i'mWS, in sw- 1 ..1... ,.-,-1, 5 .. ,- ff' 'XSL-wnifiw-1-NSS -, . -- A . V I - ,. jf? "" E "" 1 9 .g 1 SmwsQ sm N5xgg5,gmW:Qg,g,55 Q g 3 1 'Q I -aw M A 1 ,Z YQ1' , A -.r -,-f 'gg -11:-:Zf':,,r Eclzgi.-jEi'5:5E 1 N-3:-1, gms, In 5 H i m 3-vi 55:1 ' Q 92-gi-434 :aw "' as M wwwisgw . 154: :V 415. N 'v':::eagQ :-.,:1.Y:,:::.-,- .. N- , - ml .21-ff ,: ,V m .- ,':'::,. ' :sr 3 K :,f.:s-:,:.3. ,-gg . Q num aunmmwwmli xs 2 ' an l mmuug H --V- A I 5.2-I -,f--, 2 ' 1 7' " ' ' b in Xmnirmmm " 1 fi I ii W I .- -- , li I i ilx 1 A - V -- ,, -. ' ...., , I V I 1 n 5- '11, A' ':'1Qv LQg,,,., .11 QQ...-' ' , .Ng .,.,. , ,Mfg " , 1.1 1-'. A 1 ,.,. WLM ML, 1.1.1 .,..A ,, HL. .... L.. , If 1.,..l,1I.,1...1gJ...L. I, X L V+: . ,. . ,.,,. ,., , ,. . -, .., , W, - .. 1 fr lfx. . - A -N , .11,1g1,,T,M 1itLT..r, ,I , A- A- K Aqs, ,. . ..,. ,W ..E,,., H 111 l WOMEN'S SWIMMING The women's swim team, coming off its best year, needed outstanding performances from this year's in- coming freshmen to improve on last year's season which saw two individuals and one relay qualify forthe A.l.A.W. nationals. Leading this year's squad were junior captain Diane Wedgeworth and sophomore Cissy Devine, both returning national qualifiers. Top recruits for the Lady Paladins included Ann Bartlett and Theresa Rucker, both A.A.U. national qualifiers and outstanding high school performers from Pennsylavnia. Also included in this year's freshmen hopefuls were Laurie Johnson from Wisconsin, who will be counted on as a top point-getter and Connie Peterson, a strong sprinter from Virginia. Kathy McNeil, a diverfrom Miami, will add much to the poten- tial of the team. With this group, Coach Andersen looked forward to the chance that the team would be among the top twenty college teams in the nation this year. ,wb x, 1. ,,w6m.- - 409'-vo ff H wg it b - S ,ju ff W wg' K ! . fx,,::9z 1 -. ,. f -' M, , ,4 ...W . f V. . X -1 r I 1 '- , . 4' ,. .. .MQ-V Q' w ,, , ' wif- "la ' ' "'4l .357 If A -7 I, 4 v V 1 7 ' nw' 1, V "' . . . 9,x+,,,,, , " . ww-. wr .- 4, 'K' K A' 'mn env., , Q V ., V V N - . , W, . 'law 3 u , ,W ,, ,,,,m-A ,. 'Q '33 , we ,' , "" --we "MWA M W-vu," - he Q 4 4 NRM w'w.,,4ggg wh. .. . ,, lv I 1 . W. , ,A .4 f 'L fx 'Wk .W uc K' M f 5 ,a,.X,,q, ,.V. A --,, Q Y - 5,5fl,2fg15,.:l' 'img . P V +V J: " '- -.3 2, ' rw- f -Y' W'-'W A ::,' -..f.'--' A i . - ,, 6 gl FA., 'fl , - .im-,, - 2.3, -y.h 4 f 1 new ' ,, -'Rf-M. fQf'1oNi5c'?wg' - a.. ,jf ' A - -ne kf'i by I ig. JW? e -..- V yo- P 5 6 X . F. 0, gf -ft Q 37' ,K , 4 ,,,,,Qg,, ,M , . 4 'e if 'Y ws "C 9 af Q, X . bo ADQV U , .Q .zuh in W ,W M... .- 'V H. ......, MW... , ' A- N. WW 'W ,NX ' " wQHQ1!'P"- ' 113 1 Q 'J .-.0 Q "1" ....v. N v , v , 5 , 'K ix' V vu un ' x 8 4 " G14 Ay 1 ' 'A' "+5':.'f1, . ,, 1 ' ' - si - 30- , 3 - eff!" ff 1 2 1, - Q? A ,Q k A "tg" N 'f' '. ,ill-751 Q : 4 ff. 4 ,I f. ' 4' - .4 H. N Q-L-j . 5 yr-1 5 X 1 , 132 ? wx :I . 4 . - - Y 'A Q 1 ' 1 -. ' X '- ' A ' , ' ' ,, 1 'Sf' ' 1 . -g- , ,. ' - .- 1. F '-1' 7- -if ' 4' - ,T , 121 r - I 1 ' fa f- ' - 4: 5 ' 1 ! 7' 'V' ,. 2 -M - 1 -, , vw - . if ,fx-1. " " F IQ' ' .- ' Q, UH " A ' 'gl 'f' ,, B ., " b f 1 A iw" D -f M4 ' Y-4 ".A"' ,, M4 . 'M ' ,M4 -U44 S + -R fjrj -1 ' ' -14' fa, "' ,. f-3f. ,"f ' 155' 5: 1? if 'Q' ' , ' 14 ' ' ' 'J , , L F W' wi . I, X , ' I' 'W' , . ff 1 wr. ' X' - x . 1 x..Mf1I, kwsulu Rudd v i Ai.. .-:x:.4,1 X M44 Y. . MA . i Mug .. Wig? W g X .-, X :L' X. -7 -- ' ,,-' 4 , 47,1 ' xii' , 5, ,Qs Q' 'QP I M. . W wp, ,T X .A I, .H , .. I , . JL , 7 l . . ,K in N v , -WM wif ru M. I M .. ' Y 5- , x . -1, UI A I 2 ,L . " A 5""' 1fA'f?'5Pi 3.5g12hf'+v, . . -1 ' fig .1-r.,,,f', vb, 1 -IAQ-'r- MM4, gg 3 Q -,,,4n , fa .ff wk' Q .1 JEahws'?x Myyw . e 11, v '17L"..' t, . , ' W ' 'ff f' "" , . , 'pn .I f ',. 'Aff' 4- 5-,.-fy rv igw, ' N " .f1'p,.: ' wig, m ,,. ,,Q,z2?,g, ' "' , 'ff'-' ' , " " ., -.??55WQspz. A f , . ,,V, 1. ,. - 3 -ff "M . 4 TM f - .fr -vv- T . .. . . fr 3, ' f .gr f ' i'f""'w. . .. Q ., ' i , "if L ' 'V' f J f V. rffiffff, . ,, V' I 42,5 -,277 W 41 M 5. 5 44 .46 ' '-'-if f - . if fu-' 1" """ A- " -V 'P V'-if , ,. .. 44341 'f A ,. - 5h1t.w'W' ' V ' TRACK The Furman Track team was led by a strong group of six seniors that hold at least twelve school rec- ords between them, have won numerous confer- ence championships, and have scored a lot of points in their four years at Furman. Carl Anderson, David Anderson, Brad Hiles, Mont Linkenauger, Kenny Middleton, David Shepherd make up this list of fine seniors. Long distance runners were Chris Borch, John Cole, David Barker, and Buddy Coleman. Mid- dle distance runners included'Phil Barker, David Branch, Wayne Coley, and Mickey McCauley. The Paladins were well represented from New York City to Gainesville, Florida to Wichita, Kansas. With the Leadership of captains David Anderson and Kenny Middleton the year turned out to be successful for the Paladins on the track. 115 P I ol 41 .yr - -41 "N-'.!-X"'j'f'4S 15' tu, Q , Ji 1 35 T A g Q J -Y dlgvjf Vihsa? .. iff' .N -5, H '1 ' N 5. .1-8 - 4"' fl- lffvis 3,321 3' if 52 5 - 1.1 'f, 1 .W - 5' -:E .f ' , "' ' 'Q aw Ll .f I 'fs I-M" 1 1 'ff -Q A4 1 I r f ' J-Q' xl: LR' U Q :A rw ll "' 7 W x - , -3-5' 'gush X! .3 f-at etfhft fi if-n 512. . ,, L 35323 "W , 4 .1 -' "- , .. V . QR, I wi,-.-A 1.1, L. ' M N , H f- 'V De Ai-,J 1-af' ,pf-fv ' -P , -F af 3 ' . fx , 'fx' , .' -. A R4 - 14-u., rf'-.-' V--. ,,i-ffmfl f P .. 4-.,:vua'1.N53- 2 , . - : 1 -2 p -. -.. ' ,,..gQv. I -- - ...gy fgf225'?, - -. , -- ..--L 1 V., - Z.. I LLL .Ai fll? Mtjyk ,.. Av 3,1 .. ,Q ,G , 1'-'F' V avr JAP' l"i', ji' -2'6M'9"l'f' l""5S4W?i 4 - .M '- I.. ,, k 1 . 'A-'J A , r I. ' , -1 , .1 ,,,,,5hhf?'1fx' ,v, 4 M . - .. - - 1. . HA J' " w 'K '-'I M-.- ,,-..p'- - Hn, 'tv - X.. 1 ,dp 14 J Q 1 5 ,,mramm1V' WHEN "WW l ' u MQ r ,, .A "5 ., X. jTM""'w V .f .f V .AME , 4 ' ff F a ' f X ,, v MMJ' ' . A5444-A 5 M435 .rn-aq0'? A ' x .gK,,.. -.any . I. ,'.-"viii ji"-,. L J p' -1- A- -- -- - T.. -L-4,A-.-aa.sf--xY Tar- L Y - 5 t - vi g U ' H t Q' A, v s,. 5 -we M 13 '7 ' w lf' i ' ,- x 'H , I ,f-.5242 ,..g.-V N, U I f ,- P V. V F-A s , ' BASEBALL According to coach Tom Wall, the 1977 Paladins were "capable of winning the Southern Conference Championship, if the in- experienced players would adjust quickly to the caliber of the competition." This adjust- ment came mainly ln the area of catching, pitching was covered well by five returning let- termen and four newcomers, infield was de- scribed as strong especially at short and sec- ond, and outfield was questionable with only one returning letterman. The experienced players included Billy Barbee, Artie Dowd, Jerry Fadem, Chris Mensing, Jeff Roberts, Russell Lee, Ronnie Smith, Brad Mitchum, Randy Howell, and Everette Smith. Newcom- ers Bill Butler, Timmy Lee, Steve Jamroz, David Propper, and Sam Joyner, added the depth needed for an outstanding season. 116 wg -A 1 vw - L , ,.:n ..', , ,, bf Q - : f " P!' 1+ 2 , 'H f "--:Aww-12 -'Jw-,ff:...J2z-W ,. 'ii- WZ, , 4122.3 ' 2 - 4. ,Q , if-14,1-, ,. ,.,. ::.:.5 'f-'vw MH- V ,:.f,.e 'www .Q '-f ' ' -' J' ". ' ,mzqg ,f W . ' .. Q' . li 'w.., , , W, .f-of ..,., .- . 1-fl ww '4,.., ' - gf pr: Vg, 'tl """'. v , .lv t 'Q' S 2 E E ji E R i 1: s i 1 x ,. ii iz A 1 'IA 51. ...- - - - q. gxzgs, MEN'S TENNIS Gone from the 1977 Paladin squad were two great players in Jeff Maddox, No. 1 Conference champion, and Jerry Robinson, No. 4 champion. But the 1977 team proved to be among the top three in Furman history. Five members of this squad helped clinch the 1976 championship. The Paladin schedule this year was second to none playing all the con- ference foes, most all the ACC teams, thetop SEC teams and strong Ivy League opponents. Furman went against eight of the nation's best in Alabama, Ohio State, North Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Harvard, N. C. State and Tennessee. Coach Scarpa had nothing but praise for the play of sopho- mores Hap Core iGeorgia-Carolina Men's Championl, Jimmy Wynn, Jack Jones lConference No. 2 championl, Langdon Brockinton lNo. 1 in South Carolina's 21 and under bracketl and David Woods. Juniors Phil Hammond and Mark Stone, along with freshmen Rick Lovett QNorth Carolina State High School Championy and John Cleary iNo. 3 ranked New England Juniorl, played vital roles. The goal for 1977 was the Southern Conference Crown as the Paladins showed their Purple Power . 1' for pr vw- "'f'f'f'I"-"1 . 1.15,-.fr - ' . .f-1-1-: r.-.-'.g--:-:- - 1-1 . , ,'.'f '.'n:1.t.'. , ,'-24:41, ,' 1' fo I' ',', taint' I ff-.4".' 'A.o'c'o . i' ' a'r!"'."' JI", f'1 - " ' ' , . 4 ,,,f , I.n'o 1. f 1 , ,n 11 ' ,,,f 0,..,..1,'-In 'Inf n,1f,,,,.1,a 1.3, , . 1 . . 1 ah f,??:,. v.e.:,?,':,ff', 'ju 119 . ',f.1.a.:,:,.1',' ,.11" a .'.'p'1-' O' ful 1' if ,1,n ,, golallli 0 ,,.: ."' ' "'.ol l 1, f ".n,0A",,,.,a' 'Ijfj.:.,.41-,Qin R., , ff'1j.:.j.KC- ,v ,':I.n:6A' :Z-.j.,,-,fu 1,',,1,4.a",:,:,.,l,-1'-14. , ,L ,nz .:.:.f4, . ,of I .,l,:,.?:,1,'.!. '1' ,I .. ll aIl.','1a' 'avant ' uno '...-'-,,'.. lj1:.j2j:jEE:f:fQ,f.I-.j.14f,22jf1.1,fE?,,:',-D f:..,,j1f0fm 111111131-jfjf:-21 .1.3.1 , tal ,:"". nn . lv" aj fn-4 .alll .' -921212-1,14-251' 1251- .-212333-214-2 ' e 51.11. 12' 15' poalll, !!n,l,,,,.oo.,,'4f.l Af:' ',,,!1' If ffl: g:a.v,',",4 I I 1 4' 4 , 0 , g a 4 I 9 4 I 5 1 o 1 If . If I.. 1 1 1 I 0 A a J' zpzlf, .'.:1'noa '-,::1.5::,1'a'::,,! H 1 fl P 6' ff 34:1 :,' ,E 1.11. ,P l'.'.'..,v',', 11,05 '-0 . ,'.'1 H 145. .',','.f'1.n,','I fl ' 1 If 0 if 1'.fl,','-'Q :2:1:ggz-:1ggs:1i5?f'2f- N4 in-iff.-f f' ffflerssffz-:-11 a 4, ,, 4 .- 1 , v v ,1f," 131251121-ljj,j.j'ajf-,ff xl 5. . :Q f . J. 5:11 . . f-tg:-1-1--:-3:-1-1-.-1 'QQ-3 ' f ff f H' ' ,J , -' - i A ' A 1 A , i.v..4,Z'1,:,',i,'4d 1 4 55.-1 ','. 1,-,',',' 1 :':'1'a4 Q31 4' " ' 1 - t . . 'ff 11-1-'f ..,fl , ffnopfp . .f , . . 1 11:r'.o Q I . ,' , gs: .4251 'V. In., -1.-."f' .1, .- 1 D' ...x ,,....ls,,, . .var -,f ,Q-, ..n, it . ."".of"' is' , . 1 1 , Q A i 4 A ' A pi 1 Q .0 if A ,P 'a.A,v,f.!.'1 ' f. I ' , 1 A 1 4 ' A , 1 1 U 1 , 4 1 ,1 , 1 1 1 1 'f1'1'v ','.':'!",'1'1'1" 4'1'1'v 1 1 1 1 v '1 I 1 1 ' ' 1 ,I ,'1'1'11., ,h1'1.,:,', I 1 I 1' 1' ' V" 1'1 i' 5. ' " W 1 4 ', 25 In G' Y '1 1 1' , R I ,17- 3 A ' a' I' ' 1 0 ' 'C ap f ' , 1 . 3 Q ' I g 'f'.j.,Q-,- rr '-" I . ,. - ,', 1 aol, .s 7 1 ,,xgjv, 14, 4 t.?.4u,1 .. , .3-'ff "" , ' 1,1 , ri! .'r 1' 5' g.. N x .1 , ., .L r:.,t 118 i E figs 1--G-Q.-:'T'eg5?,o" 4":eff:s59:: -B' We '65 4-i.Ei2?+Q-f-5"+j5gfg3,:f4ZwQg sf+1+2+f,gs'zg.ga1,.g.fg,. 0653392 S, .ff 6 -:gg , - Q? ggf , -2-rsfig ,., 9 5, .f.g,'.,-W .- .. 4 2-K V 4 b . v f: . , ,Q .Sn A 'Bm' ,. - A - f If-9 bvvb .. .eg2f'3""' sas' ' 5 ya- A 959-9a-fd fl .Q W p:-few of , , V go fs QQ' -a.fs'5Q,,:g ff Q33 4 Q' as-L ,Q 3 ,.QQ.w4f -Q ., K Q 9 b ilbtfyx 61-gtg-'fx 4' Q? A Q-:rf 09 es fji5:4E+'9g-.gg ji L' :uv ,133 gl X ri sg 3 , , U.: 1.1 I' 5' .Q 1' nu by -5 ,, .. 9,4 ug? ve it + 5 Q' ' A' , if ' , X if' Q--:. is-1:-:fl If , if My 5 , K: . N 5 . ' ,lg X , 0 ..,... .ggi - ,, Sgt me 5 a Y ' ' 'ax q ,' x. , - v' .oifk - 3 A .N . 44 ',fv,,A.j.i ,XA , lv fnyx lf' 'ff-1, 3 w C , gngrvigs y L A Hap cafe ' W A?'f?fag92i,N,,.hf5?,g,.x,':f,j-ff Jack Jones 2-'QW Hwk LQverf 4 Langdon Brockinton ' 8' Qyifffd David wood . , Q T qu, ,. f'.e5.'5,31'n ,, , I W' V 3-'23-52?-f'f5 2, Q Chqck U!lggan ,N S"h" 2'ea1'7 f ' -e f,.. K ...,f 1, ave ros an . -Q-1,5-Lf..Mg.,:z',n:,.-MF..,.,.,:-4:33 -V , "f 7. 21 ' ' " ' ' , ' X ,T , X 3 ,MarkfStnne' ' , .. . Qf " fffftQW9f ' Y X f' I X ' " ' ' 5 mag, f aw.. ,, ,,,. We we I - . . -'wb . . wel, 5- em- -. . Phil Halflmdhd 1 7 W ' f "" " QA its ' 'uf s1fiaiff5S'fTff?f Hank Sane' s -. 'V x f sgsx vw: - X 1.- 2 91156.-. , ,. : ""' zmwx.. . , , - N N . ' -1 K e'2i:'ra4K1,,4gAfm-izwvavgi' 'QR' fililh x5'51.v3'?' ' - ' " ,,,.4mw wiv. " . W ' 1 ' 'f'S5?' ' , , ' 5 x mkzsigsg ffiv , -' . , : -1'1.twf"'-:'Q--' '19 .--,, .. . 'f?w"" 4 - .- 1- ' : M ,ifi ',.' 'X 1 .. -A -' 5 -kg, Q -23155236313J9A,x,J-Frs?ATfx,,w-Rgl .i.g,.,gg .ikl::x,?K.b5k.5gf,3r -:MX H X :. . .. g M New X' '. N.-'1swm-.',:-QQIKSIQ.: ?1g'wzm?.?f.'!AG14S::LX .:Aes'.--farmsk.4:1Q.:es-laid .M WOIVlEN'S TENNIS Furman's women's tennis team, after a good fall practice season, looked forward to an even better spring. During the fall, the lady netters hosted several visiting teams for a week-end of team matches. Although they lost to the visitors, the team played well and would have won all the team matches had a few close individual matches gone Furman's way. Furman's top player, senior Mary Ellis Nicholson, went undefeated for the week-end. Other team members also played well, including freshman Beckey Cox at No. 23 senior Darelyn Moore at No. 4, Freshman Abby Kennedy at No. 51 and Sue Houck at No. 6. If all the team members continue to improve as they did during the fall, the team should again be the top team in the state. During the spring break, the team traveled to Tallahassee, Florida, to begin the spring season with a tough tournament at Florida State University. That tournament hosted the best teams in the South and Florida. After the Florida competition, the team began a full schedule of eighteen matches with the best teams in the Georgia-Carolinas-Tennessee area. The season concluded with the SCAIAW State Tournament at Clemson University, the regional tournament in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, and the national tournament in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. 120 -swf x NK'4"w,-w:.- V 3?- Ja! 5.-." ...ik .Q up .V -. x ,, .4 -, , ,Q-' X ' 4f,a'.L.m f if V, -M. v L 4 . I -,P 2 , I I i 4-A 4. f-ze A . 1 V 1 4 I E r P 1 4 WOlVIEN'S GOLF Gary Meredith started his second season as coach of the Lady Paladins after leading them to the position of defending National Champions last year. With the re- turn of five players, Beth Daniel, Betsy King, Sherri Turner, Holly Hunt, and Leigh Coulter, and the addition of three freshmen Nancy Maunder, Jill Tillman, and Page Kenedy, the prospect of defending this position looks excellent. Meredith summed up the possibility as "entirely possible with such good leadership, talent, and team unity," adding, "this year's schedule will be even tougher than last year's." Among the good lead- ership was Beth Daniel, No. 2 U.S. women's amateur champion, a member of the U.S. team that entered the Curtis Cup - a prestigious tournament consisting of the best amateurs from Great Britain and the U.S. She led the team to victory by winning all four of her indi- vidual matches. 3, , ,sezsyxing Beth Daniel lLeighlfcaui:ari L 'V Hoily Hunt L ,ii i, , , ijSh,erri,Twnerl X' ,, ,,,,.,'!,!,,,,h xg i, g",,H, i-Hi i"'-in ", W. , i , , ,W ii. , uiiiqllriilqanlflfg '.,lQ gj f, if f' . it 122 S v, .- If , l'- ,, 2,1 4, -. . Lv wi' ,J - le A. - r ' .- ' x. .xy iz.. ,. Y 1... M. .M , V .ff-If . fr 4' J ,Q 'Q w:v'.'-A ' " f ' I ,U - , 1' --...'-'V .. ,-' f-,-' . g..-,-',e.,.- -, ' .Wh fb Aww. 'A' V , t .. .,, Us ,, Q. . V . . , ,. fu' ' .QC .-1.x ' it-vx , 4 fy, ,i 1, W 1. gc --'fm-,,fg , . ' , - 1 ,J :.,,,,,. -.l,1f,f.MQ.' it V, , X, Q. P : , ,, - .' ., - ,, . M' 1,4 N-Q. Q. 4. ... 4, ' -C 4 xy " ' As' 1 1--f,y,, 299' A4 ,,. , yf1,, lv- QV - TT- - - ...- -...-a:-sz... MEN'S GOLF The men's golf team fielded anothertop notch squad and expected a banner year once again. The well expe- rienced Paladin golfers won the Southern Conference the past two years and returned the nucleus of that team for the 1976-77 season. This senior oriented team included two-time Southern Conference player of the year, Ken Ezell, who is considered one of the best college players in the South. Joining Ezell are 1976 all Southern Conference players, Bobby Bumgardner, Ken Wiland and Tom Carlton. 1539" 1, Cf .ff lybyii, Ps, Q I - .. 124 4 1 , ,V , ..,,. V V, ' , ',: ,.. f. . Mgt .. KVA' , AL. Bobby Burmgardner KennyNEzelI W f Gerald Weathers Allen Dacus JayHuff J Mark ' Mill! er TSM Sluiter' 'Keh Wiland Scott Davenport Brent Freeman Tom Carlton Tim Mqser Keith Storms ,U-y. - Q. .-1, ff fx ' -v-v""" 'P 1' 756 Pixy N-4. ,av fb E 'lv h 1:- aw .W-,f if .W N f',5f1,., .aa - . Q., 1 'W'-M., -Ava- riff' ' r X X,.',-.. . ,M , , af' X' 'Z 1 -.5 " fl' -X X X rf'-F Q. , "5" . ""' X ..- 'T "l"'.X Q'-' N, . XX-' X 3 IK X Q X ,.,,... -- f ' l' 'Q E an ' ,l- , XX A 1 . X ' 1 Q 0 Qi U I - - 'K 0 . X W W' " 54 ' ' X, W X ., X . - II X X X N X P , Q, XA X 'si - ' ' Q... ,X, X- , XIX N -H - I ,X XX 3 .-...I W ' - . '-"HX --'M "" 1 W . X 4 ' . , W 'W . ' W - f W XTX , Wg W X fy ., , .vw-.. Xu X 9' ' fx-,9'4f , ' PX. X X 1 and ' 1 .. ,.. -X XX X - X " 7 nn in A' - f Xi ' M3-' W ' X X K X X X wtf , 'X ' -W X . ' X X " ' vm W 7F X ' X W X ' ' " 'W' if X. W I " 'W X. " X - X 'X Q -,rf , 1' 4 X ,. -X e W" , , Q 5 ,,' X"-A X ' XX M Q , Y X XX X XXI I -E -,.,,X..,,X Xe X XX X X XX X-.X X X - a ,,X, 5 . .14 Wh XX'X ' X ,,X, X - , 'v " ,, g X X 'X X X X A - XX' X ,X X 'um W , ,X ' X XX' X XX X XXXX ,Xi XXXXWX , :XI WW., ' X XXX ' FH' A I XOMXXXXXX' W ' , :XWWX , kw'XW44X XX X, XJ XXX XXXX me L, X 'Ui X X- X , ,W X ,XXX 'W XX 'MW ,W U., 'WW XX X, X 9"W'WW!f'WnJ XX . ,Xen ,.., ,X., ,X X X XX , X X ' , -X' X" ,X Xi, XXXXX W"X" W"' XX.,XXX, XXXX, X, f!W,X 5 X , ' ,X , ,, Q Y' X ' WX K WW' W' L"'WXXWWXW'W TX' XXXXLX "XWXX,,,,XXX'XX, XXXSXWWEH XXX X M XXXX ' X, 'w..,.-- X rw , XX Xu, fjXXXXQmMq,qXf1,.QX XX,XXX,XrX QXXXXXXX,X0XXXXXXXX,X:XwgXWXXX :EXE .m'XXX'X wg-X fm, ' X' X , Q ' ET" F X111 X'X"""QW"X'S , ,W X'"XXXX:1XX'7W1W'WWWWW1X , W' ,QX ,,X,,,,, Q" X XAS'Xg,,.QQ X 5 WXX ' ' ' "X' XXX XXXX " "X1uXXrqWzQQW,WXWXXXIWF,XXXX,WW , XX X ,,p-,qw X X ,XXX XX XX X , ,X X-5XXXX,,mXW1',..XXaXXXXX X, , X X X X, N , .X X, ,XXXX ,X- XXX,.XX X,,X'X-XXX-41' ,M ,X,X, XXXX- X F' -M-,, , , A X ' 'L"f"""' X X '1 X XXX ,,u5X.,,:XX1W1WW1'XXuX.XfuEJ'7' 'XXX 3' , X Xp 5 ., X XX, X X- , XXXXQXXXXXXXXlXXXmXXXXXX,XXX1XXXXXX,,XX XXL X XX - .X X 6 ,.. ., X " mX1,.,:1X.X,,.,4..X',XL.4,X4+3HAXg-3XX-XX-4 4 . ,,-1, TX X .,X X XXX XX XXXX X ., X "X " ., , X-X 'X XXW -.,XX X, '-X-XXXXX' ,X Qu -,F XH 4 XX X -XX-X ,XAMXX -X XX.W ,A X .m.XX,,,.,X:ef.w ,XXXX ' "" . ' , ,X 'XX X- , Q X X mf-XX 'XXX,,a,-X XX X 1 .J-' .'I"" ng, ' X ,, ,' , X W, "' "MX "1.XX.WW WW 'X"' X, -,XM -mX..,X, ,X,X, XXXWXXXE XXXX .X X X X, X W .X XXHXNX XXWX XXXX,,XXXX XX. -px nu., LXXXX .X XXX'X- +?"ar1,X1,L, ' - X ' , X X ,' . , X -XXXX X, XX-X'XX",,,.X XXXXXm'1v X "9 W -'XXX ..., -.XX,XXXX,,X,..,,X XMXXXXXX- WAX MX-MXHXX X , ,,,, X XX ,W ,,., X XX , X - , ., X ,X, XX X X- - ,X XX ., X ,, Xviv X.,w 'X Xt, - X-X 'QW'-XX.,X,X, , X4-,XXX,7'WX-XW M ' W ' ' , - fXX',.IlVf1'f1" XW.X1vwXX, nal" . XXXXXXX 4,5 X sm-m,',,X XXX, ,,,, X,,,,,,'::.,X,,XaX,1.X 5' XX, .,X 5' 'W un. XXX, 1 1,XXXXfmmXX XXXXXmX.,X,X,X MXX X "m-XX' ,.. X 'X . XXXX, ,XX,X,,:.,X,,,,,XX.,XP XXXX, ,X ., ., wh .XX M ,VX XX wr- X ,, XX MW WWXWXXXXXX illli X XX :Xi 'MWXX QWfumWyQ1ZWr1,,XnX ,,,f!'XWgXWWfXwvX' W X A XXXXXLXXX XX XX SX X-X-WQYIWX ""X-'W' ' , B X XX, XX X,,X,m.,XXuXX-XWXXM XL ,, X X EXW-WX-XX' mm, X, XXXX X,,,qmX XX.,-, X XXm.XX4,X, ,X X,yWWWXW1l'Wf ,X.m,.-,X X ..Xf- X , X X1' ,, X, 'f7X ,,,X . X ,XXNXQ X ,XXXXXXX XXXXr.X, , X XXXXXX XXWX-XX ,X ' ""' X X X X XXXX .,.,XXXXXXXX.,X X , X XX XXXXX'XXX, -WXXXXX-XXXXXXX,X1 X X , X " X X , ,Xwa ,, , , XX 'j' 'W X WX' W W W 'Wx X X , PX XX,X X":XX"X'XXXX:Xg',,,1X'.5 XX ,XXX-,X, ,XXMXXXXXX X XXX .XXXXX XXX,X X 1Nf,H"fX,,Xm,,g4.,X1ffXX,XvWXX,XXXXXXXXNXXX XX XXXXXX X X.X, ,XXXXXX X XXXXX X rWr'W,XIMX ,W ' 'XX' XXXXXXXXXX LX W , ,W 9 XX XqM,,X -'XX WW 'XX:X3IvlQ'NgX,xg,XXw,g44XXuXXXXWTTf'1 X XXX ' X W -WX' mn. XX'w XfX'uXXX XXX ' X ' "W 'M'W'WW+XXX-up'wW'XXH'WW""'4' X. Y WWWWWWWWXXJWWWHWWWWW W' X XX 'WWWWW 'WWW WW' XX X'X-X XXX- '-yr XX" X XX-XWIWHQ XV X"X'!H'WWWwWMWWWWWWW WW W .W WW W X W" 'GX ' XX XX' f"W"'mX,T' XM ,X,,XXXXXXXXXX XXX ,X X' X X ,X X XXXXXXX gX,' WXX XW H'WXXX'P'y'W'XXXXW"'XXXXX'X3X XXX X4 XX XX XXXX X XXXXXX ,XX,XXX X ,,,. X XXX X' X , XXX X X'X'X: , ,X XX XXX XX : XX"XX XX XX XX XX-XX,m,,.,,,XXXXX,XXX1a'XlXXXX :MX-XX XXXXXLX df XXX XM XX X ,,,,X,XX XXX,XXXXXXXhX X X XX, XX XX XX XX ,XXXX XXXXXXX, XXXMXXXXXXXXXXMX XWXXXX ,, , ,,XX X, ,,,,X. XX -X ?XgXy,XX,,,.,,, W'1WW4AW!W,LX::W'WWXW'WW XX " XXXXXXXXXX-XXXXXXXXXX' 'WWWWWXWWWWW WWWW W WW W ' XXXXXXXXXMXXXXX, XXXXXXX 'X XXX,AXX XXX,,Xw-X1 ' aW"W'W"'1W"rXJXWX , " X XXX',X,X , ,X XXXXX ,,.XX,, X J X1'X"XX 'W" X .X W' 'XWWXWW'W,XW-An,X X XXX X X XX X 'XX,,XXXX XXX'X IWW X XXXXXMXVWWXWW' WX 1X, XX X 'Www X "' X , W ' 'W XXXXXJX X 'XWX'W'WWX1v1XX UX X 'XXWWWMXX XX W'WW"WW W' " ' W W "WWW"' ' X W" W' '11 m..4.4,x'W X 'W-X W "'X"Qy+XX "W "XX 'WUW W'WX'WX'XX' "' WWW " 'X WW' W' "' , W , ' X X XXX Xu XXX,XX ,XXXX XX, ,X X X, XXXJXXX W'WW'WXW'WWW X---X XM- ,K W1 X X,X,X,,XXXlwXX XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX ,A X, , XXX X X X XXX X' XXX X XX,XXXWXX,XXXXXXXXXX X1XX1XXXWXW'W 'WXXXXXXXXXXXXX,XXXX XX XX X XXXXXX' X',XXMaXX L' X X...X..X XXXX XXX X XXXX X XXXX ,X XXXX X X W X WX XXXX W X XX XWWXXXX1X XM MXXXWX X XXXXXWXXX Xu,XX,X,,XX XX XX X X . X X . .. ,, ,X ,X XXXXXXXXXXXXX ,, ,X,,, XXW,XmXXXXXX XX ,XX ,XXNXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXWTMM ,W 'I ... Q L. f- ' WK . X Ya IXXXXX, H WXXXXJ ' X?':W'XXi X,g Wm- WX . "' X , ' ,XX X .X ,' X ,XX , J . . 4 5' XXXX ,HBfXX7WC7fTXX'W"f'W'Wr'I' M4 X Xmwnw. v XXW'EW7I,W'fWWWfW3LLiXLk ,,,3WWWWWW'WWFWW'WWWWWW' 'WXXX-XWWWWWJ X X. X ,. ,X . .X X XXXXXXXXXXX.X,,X. XX XXXXXX 1 'Xw'-XX:Xs1s.XXX9W'XX,WiW1W'W' lk WWWWWWWW WWWWWWWWW' W' WW XT 'WWWW 1- Em, ,LXXwn'J' 'WWW X X'W'"W"'WXXX'XXXwXXXXXX-XXXXLXX-nAXXXXXXXXXXX 1, X .. X'.W-X X" aw'-X3X'X X X X X 7 XXXXX.XXX n.. XX XXXXXXX X: X X, " X X X' X XX XX X X "' ' XW " iWki XMXXgWhXdWW X ' ,ffXXX'X,.,XnXXX.qXXwXXwXXXXgXXXX, W W' ' E yXX,Mwp1MnWq 1 'W X' UWW 'WWW XMXXM Xu XX Wy W glwwvtqg-,W W W WWWWWWXW W ,XXXXXXXXXXXX Xu Q X X X X X XpXXXwXXW'5'?,X'1X W num W W X X X X XXWW' XXW X 1gX XXXX X X X XXX, XXX XX X X.X ,XX XXXX 5 , X X -' F X ' Xu W I W " wi XKXW 'JLXXWQWW WL, ,X , X , jX',, ','X,'WXjwW"X , W. XXX, - X X X .MW W W ,ua X WMM , X W XXT' W'WW'W"W'W'WWWXWXLWWXWXWXWXwXX'WW,XWW'WW'W X "3 X,X ,X' 'X X X XXXXXXX , WW ' W'W""'W'W"'W'WWWXWXXX' 'WX 'WW VX' XXX'W XX X XSWNZWWXW W' WX-W, ,X, XXX X XXX ,rr X:z,XX X " ' .XXX XXXX XXXXMXXX , XXXX, gXXXu.XXJl'LXXXX X Xq1,XXyXX,XX' XX XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXIXXXXX XXXX? X XXXX XXX XX XXXXXXXXXX XXX XXXXXXXXXXXXXQXXXXXXXX,XWXrXXX1XX X XXX XXXiXXXQXXX,X XfXXXX.XXXX,X ,X, XXXXXXXXXXX XMXXXXXXXMXXX' W 'W' H'XWW"' 'W'W'WWMJ 'X X X, WXXXXXWWX 'XXXXXXX X X .XXX XX X' X X ' ' X 'WXWW ' X' 'W W' WWW" XX, XXXWM WW W' WW XXX. , X--mWXXX.W WXXX' XX 'I r X X XXX: X X X XXX XXX XX XX X,,XX:X,XX, XXXX XXX,XXLX:'XX,.,X., ,W XX 'XXX' 'W""WYW-4 F ' XX WXWX1XXf:WX1XXWXX1X':X ' XXX ,X,, 'XXX' XXXXX XXXXWXXXX.XXnXWWrfgX,XXXXX,X 'XX,LX,,X,X , X, ., Q J X XWHWXXX LXXXX XXXXXX XXX, , wX,XyXXXX XX XXXXXXX X 1! XXXXXXWXXXXXXXXX ,XXXXXXX XXX.L:XMXX'XX',, XXXXXXXXXXAXXXX 'XXXX X XXXXXXXXX4 ' X XX 'W'WX ",u XW"'W " X'X'W'l W',WX W X X ' 'XXXX'WXXX XX WXXXW X WXWX, X X ,X ,X XX , X X X ' X'X -XX X4 MXXXXX, ' XXXX WWXXXXXNXMXX XXWX,1 1X44Ww'X'XX 1' 'XWXJX XX,XX XXXXXXXXX,X1XXXX,XX,XX, XXXX X WWW XX W X X W'WXXqf,I'X!,l ,XI1qWMWfyWy:'X-WWXWXX X'XXWXXXXXXXXXXXX1X,,,X,,XlX,,,XXX3",XX,XXWWWWXW,,XW' XXX X ',X X XX ,,XX'X,,X X ,' ,XX XXX XXX WX1XX,X XX,WEW XXX1:XXgXXX X WXIW41. XX XXWX X XX 'W ,X XW,XX, XXXX ,X X XX Q XXXX -XXX, X X X XXXX 'XX'X,XX X ,XX X X'XXXX,X X HW 'WX ,X WW WWW X WX Q3 gl :gan-35 wigs W Wifi '-7 5i"jXj,X 1 Y I .-1 F 'X at SNK, an ls "xl I 4 :ew - . ' X 'PG-l f --x u w.-,gl-,, ,, QTY1 if ' R I ,FE . .1 il., bk2k.LL',l,,,,Y,yf- 'S v Q-1. 1 5 X wx ul. n.,Q wk - 4 ,AF 2 fi X .AV M QQP ix , V- it I is x SM' X fb an rg Kew ' r aff? 9- 'iz ., we ff i ' 'Wh Wk - 3 4 'I'- z X 'x N., -1- 'Hg-1 , 3:f :1 5 V -xpyv ggi . Aly, ,-gr, V QQ. ,, , .Aux H, f xdt -H . ,th U .X . A Q, 1-5.1.2. 'vt-QQ. r .1 ., ' fv,.A.gg I h 1 'lf-Q: . , , -" - -3.1" -', , :gr-' , Ill. - ,- , , .L-'Q ix 1'-if' 5 Q Q 5:lf'v': M, 4. ...xp fi .1-. km TQ: effgirb. :ij N ,Q--f f.'i"f- '- M .f '-'w' ' 1 a A, ,.-.A V . 1751!-..,,w i . . 3 ,M 'f, ., ' .' ' Cl, A QM .. - . QQ-f ' 'lf' I ,.,5, ., A, . -,,U..,. - J -',v' '1' 4 1 -1.53 x' w We-H yn -., ,,,,. ,,.. , l " "' .-.'. ' fi- 1 'L FV f ' -W, - ha. r 5-'Vw " 'Ng .- N. VI' -- 'f S ,"-s . fx '1 WV" J 1, , .1-.1 E .1 I QF' we-4 N 1' f wi bf" ,R ,ff . My Nil fnzv- , n- 4h .Ma - Huang,-...W ? EN 1' V' S-S X 1, wx , . . +12-' ff'-' -. 111:-.xi-.3 0.--..-.4 if.. 1, ' 4 , . J , 1 f. 3 - I' f EE g li X. X X .Refi MW' 1' Vg? 4, H, ft? ii. Y , Wil' 4' A , . , Q ,-, , l'7, A ,MU H, -b k., , -x V '3 1 X.: ' Hvjr x' iii, A , v .PW ,--c" '..' if .....-nl" 41 .Q-vm ln- 54 L, 'lui Ili :.,. in N-QL., COR if 9.-eggirl WHO'S WHO ,- an Outstanding Seniors M at Furman V- 7 I ' -I1 , A fd Q irq! L--:t-:2-11z-::I- ' 0, ' 1 'fs Ken Ries A L A ML was is M I V ,,,,, ,agar M , jf, , Tk - . I Qt 1, f , 6, 1, 3, - f. ,, ,. ,S A-'51, '-+c'i1 4:83, 'z 7, 2 ' : 0 f ' 9 ' 9 3 -.",gf,, 1 oi w -. Q l --f ,. 1 4 , , Vfxoggse t all ug.p,'-5-5-0 41 9, - -- ' 1' 9 as Sf' o f b I ,,'l'c'v',wxxLx' . 9 '-vs:-: ,4 f '-I Fa . wma Trudy Moody 'ww i,-W., -, , , 2 443' Tommy Marshall Kathy Harder Lisa Kyle 132 ,,-,gh 1995 fc At if Martha Kingston Val Eppes ,f4 ' 1- Fred Fmbrogno xx Kr, V -3 . ,i .:,, . if Sherry Swanson 'H-2:1 J' Jean Klausner Curry King Y -.. 1 , gf if Y , ig, 0 4 1, in A Q, 3 S .J-'! ' , , 6 ,, 3 . ,Ev f. ,,. i ! .Q.-yr , ' -,-lv ,. -2. ff-.f:f: .V : avg. V2-541-'..gff.1g'?g3l'?'.-. - ,., , Q nel egg, W ,, me f Q I "f4'i1y ff , ' -I 2 'jf' 1. -zsicaedh ' T :-1 . Bill Prevost Mary Ellis Nicholson l ., , . I 5 , ws, N , I J"m XQx ' ' y my I Q- 5 X si A 1. Q .Ms x ,. . ' 5 ,F x J' ,Y lv -5, X, A ,5 .5 - "" v jflwwxqsx 'I x :5,. -' :-. I l. x E fx- 39' . X gk, l , - . X E A Q if .X K ww 12 . .. Robert Cuttino Anne Emerson .23 Paul Nix Cyndi Martin 133 --1r-:-r---- --------- -----i--4, -,-:.c,.,.,1.h. Y. ,. --. ,, Au , .,- 1 - - -. . v .1 V , - f-1 fy- - ' -.1-5-2 3: Yi:11:.-' '4'a'.,-1-..-..,L..:-.4-'A d,-,-,:,--. 'r .1 '--- 'W' ,'w-all 'asf Q-L3 Gene Cook Val Enlow Faye Burgiss l. 044' 1 JM, Beth Medlin Phillip Underwood DOH-Hld GNQQS .H up 4.5. Shebra Wortherly Rob Hendrickson W T11 I 1 , : Stacy Sauls Mary June Grimes Sam Hodges 2 f ix J .111 .J Carol Cambra David Cotey Patti Harmon :I f N , is 'H ,F ,i I E V Candy Carter Bob Hall Kit Flichardson 135 F11 , . "My f ' 2,11 m y .fury -fri . ,. ,nit-um, H ' , vw -X NV., .ww ,,f+','V 'f- z- '-.4 v-1 ,,.. - W, Mm-Xa-'n1,.f:, ,-,--gg -Wuw.r, . t ,fa . .,- , mg , 1,.,,, N W, e.- PEM , 91, Y '4?:vg2rEfk,x'fw.+ 5.141331-uNQ,gU ,,4 7lfQl , W nu0 HW2q1gf.4.e,1M ' , A", 1.5.u,g:uwf,Z'jgNf ,,,,wmT xr,w,,,,15fW,5Q,g5,, ,,,,,.- Vqi!fw1',5xl A gh, l , Nu, , IH m ,vtgirbil X .M H ,I ii: I1 gh f Nl s -Nxz X ,C u J 4 1 1 5 If ' ' w-iFfir mf-f-'av-,,if'f1 2 f 1 ,. -. v- 1 e'.fM., A , 'f-JWWEJHH: 'V ' " N i f Ra: fl 1' Ly ' ,fum , 4,3 in IFJ'- I1 Quo, I - . Q ,..- v A f ' P M. P ' ' 4 f" tu: 111: , gnni . ,,....-...- '1""""-f aa , .1 5 5 ' ' .71 'df -ist' ,W - . . - I ., 32 ' -'-1 'I 1 F .ai U. . 0 ' , Q ' 521 X H - . . A V . 2-.1 x ' .Q ' . 'ig?"' 2 ' ' - X 5 x .- 4 " N wi? 1115. xi ' F. ,+.'.T: . ff ' .. 0 F I-il' l xl .. -of . K ff. 1 Al L 1 E ALPHA EPSILON DELTA Mack Bonner Candy Carter Gene Cook Jeff Dreyer Bob Hall Bob Kerr Julie McMillan William Pryor Jeff Rakes Mike Southgate Ann Sowell Barry Swiger Mac Thomason Mike Thomason Cynthia Wheat Kathy Galloway Grayson Evans Judy Haile Steven Bennet James Caldwell Jeff Deal Carolyn Dodds Jerry Fadem Kathleen Flint Mary Folmar Jeff Holcomb Malcolm Horry Bob Hudson Barry Huey Ed Lombard Robert Mockrish David Sloan Marshall'Williams PHI SIGMA IOTA Debra Walsh Pamela Upton Teri Crocker Kristiane Martini AM ERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY David Cotey Grayson Evans Maria Walker William Pryor Richard Ackerman David Baldwin Chris Bennett Steve Bennett Tony Disher Linda Flewellan Jane Gretsch John Hallock Malcolm Horry Harriett Ling Herman Materson Rebecca Monroe Jeff Rakes Robert Saleeby Susan Smart Anne Sowell Barry Swiger Steve Williams Marcus Wise J, x ,:,N. cyl mg" Ef , M, M, AMW , M M fyw. 2 I ' , 1 ww- Q ,,, J 1 .....,...-.....,.....--5.---11?,-:--:gr 7, . . Q! 4 H" -. M' Y '-'1-if . if :Qi-fl' is ffiyf , MPM- .- 1' Q .. ' if""'Q"i '51 Q '- -, ,,A , jf... X xy . x IN 4 , . J - - QL - my - pf-' 5, -all fi' L President: Kenneth J. Ries Vice President: Paul B. Nix, Jr. Secretary: Johnnie Sue Dodenhoff Treasurer: Malcolm M. Trevillian Sr. CI Sr. CI. . .I H ' 'W X . N 1 140 Jr. CI Soph Above: Ken Ries Pres.: Terry Freeman Reps.: 1. David Cotey 2. Curry King Jr. CI. Pres.: Pam Pinkston Reps.: 1. David Brittain 2. Thomas Martin 3. Mike Armistead CI. Pres.: Mark Kaiser Association Furman Left: Johnnie Sue Dodenhoff X '25 fi. We . L X . f ff ' 'M - Q 'Vis I."'fif'5?Lw 5. 1 A 4 W' l f-Rd f fl-lf?-he in' In M ...ff Soph. CI. Reps.: 1. Lizanne Thomas 2. Priscilla Waters 3. Mike Guest Fr. Cl. Pres.: Phil Cantrell Fr. Cl. Reps.: 1. Monte Dutton 2. Nell Dopson 3. George Murphy Day Student Reps.: 1. Robert LaGarde 2. Renee Coates MDC Rep.: Jaime Lanier WDC Rep.: Lisa Liebtag Paladin Rep.: Carlos Rodriquez of Students Above: Paul Nix Right: Malcolm Trevillian ,,dfw,,,..-af :wwf 1? f are ,f 141 President's Advisory Council Ken J. Ries, Paul Nix, Johnnie Sue Dodenhoff, Mike Norris, Malcolm Trevillian, Red Walters, Catherine Clark, Terry Freeman, Pam Pinkston, Mark Kaiser, Phillip Cantrell, David Brittain, Bob LaGarde, Renee Coates, Cyndi Martin, Gwen Sims, Cindy Rash, Phil Underwood, Anne Emerson, Beth Kelly, Bill Prevost, Robin Hiott, Sharon Kruschwitz, Cindy Scott, Shep Parsons, Robert Hancock, Sherry Swanson, Kathy Harder, Elections Board Cindy Rash - Chairman Donald Griggs Barbie Hamilton Alzira Carvalho Amy Thompson Richard Mauney Glen Price David Herder Student Arbitration Board Cyndi Martin - Chairman Scott Williams Tommy Reynolds Bob Raymond Lee Spinks Brent Burry Pat Dennis Jim Ewel Tom Hoferer Discipline Committee Brent Burry Pat Dennis Tom Hoferer Jim Ewel Scott Williams Bob Raymond Tommy Reynolds Lee Spinks Cyndi Martin Dr. Charles Alford Dr. Charles Arrington Dr. Thomas Buford Dr. J. Clayton Dr. James B. Leavell Dr. Roy Lindahl Dr. Duncan McArthur Mrs. Brenda McCutcheon Mr. Benny Sellers Traffic Board Lydia Lowe - Chairman Marc Jones Ken Ries Barbara Burton Carl McNair Carol Fiske James Fuller Nick Montaney Bryan Williams Coach Bob King Drr Ashey Dr. Coker Dr. Kerstetter Wayne Weaver Mr. Dankel 143 WMM? 51214 mr ,Ava i. rwvrfeafon1zv:s.:N.fwr:4lLffaf-s:t.:c frrf-' 5 l l r. P l 1 l Catherine Clark Ruth Thiedke Kathleen Hoy Edie Moore Meredith Allen Kim Ezill Randy Brannon Toni Thompson Marianne Williams Melinda Conu Cynthia Lawrence Barbara Kelvington Susan Story Melinda Furch Debra McLendon Chris Martini Cindy Gross Sharon Till Mary Brown Tricia Barnes Roberta Laughlin Sharon Crawley Melanie Cash Carol Weyer Julie Perry Karen Spell Jane Stouffer Donna Smith Kathy Harder Sherry Swanson Cynthia Nichols Lisa Liebtag WOIVlEN'S DORNIITORY COUNCIL Waddy Francis Al Childers Lee Mitchell Chuck Bundy Dave Tolbert Kurt Stephany George Singleton Monte Dutton Mark Spittel Mark Hall Paul Sullivan Elliott Flosselet David Heller Fied Walters, President Frances Saus, Advisor it r. l. .. IVlEN'S DORIVIITORY COUNCIL fowl' ARGONAUTS Robert Hancock Flay Alexander Charles Boyd Jim Bozard Dave Brittain Brent Burry Scott Caraway Tom Dabbs Pat Dennis Tom Donovan Vernon Duty Mark Elliot Lou Escalante Tim Fraylick Lou lmbrogno Ward Keeney Bob LaRue Joe Lyles Terry Massey Glen Newberry Shep Parsons Dave Pate Mark Porter Paul Quiros Ken P. Ries Scott Sellers Jimbo Simpkins Tom Stephenson Flick Vermillion J. Ft. Walters Richard Walters ADVBOR PROCTORS Kathy Harder Sherry Swanson Marci Bradley Pam Catoe Karen Crisope Laurie Dellinger Cheri Egger Nancy Finney Alice Flynt Cathy Haas Beverly Harrell Kindy Kirtland Charlotte Lassiter Susan Lawrence Harriet Ling Janet Moseley Laurie Moseley Dot Sharpe Allyson Sipple Karen Smith Lizanne Thomas Susan Watt Priscilla Waters Cindy Watson T 9 T .af .V -- ,of ,.Hf""' Ji . , . .,..p-' 1-+V' .. """' ., .p ,,,..-Y ,.-...,.. ,, ..,,A,,..M.,4 af' X ' HF' f f , , , 2- 2 f ' Y f L.. 1 Wm. N 1 ?' a NAM BQ vi .. U z 955 Q I O 5 1 Q Q I ir' W Q "T . 1 ax ss- 4' - , , , 4'l:.- V . ,. , 1- A V I , .1 gm V X 5' , Afigm , s" ' -.' . X ' A Q X, 5 .? , f' 5 T' ian J v , M' 'A K ' A ' 5, .Wa ' Mauna Sl. ef: ,...-'S i , A :ut 146 Resident Susan McCulloug Beth Ann Kenney Leigh Scott Jean Klausner Martha Kingston Linda Price Gregg Howie Anne Jackson Cyndi Campsen Kathy Mclnvaille Val Enlow Patti Harmon Jane Kiebler Donna McCorkIe Audriene Taylor Val Epps Beth Mediin Jill Hennessey Carol Cambra Cyndi Martin Sherry Swanson Kathy Harder Missy Silver Carol Robinson Leslie Keith Henry Deneen Mark Knight Coleman Ftobinso Bob Kerr Danny Stewart Rob Blumer Mark Caldwell Blake Poole Fied Walters Charles Hussung Hunter Pugh Tom Hoferer Jim Powell Vic Thomas Ray MacKay Brett Simmons Glen Adkins Mickey Hodges Steve Dover Carl McNair Rob Hendrickson Mark Powers Tony Salvatore Tommy Marshall Trey Carson Advisors h n Pershing Rifles Wade Lipsey, John Simonsen, Sharon Middleton, Chuck Stowe, Brad Jolliff, Pete Sitero, Kevin House, Kevin Curry, Pedro Guerrero, Eddie Gwock, Carla McDonald, Kathy Edwards SCPIRG Pat Patten Chairman Anna Thode Vice Chairman Sharon Douglas Manager Georgean ne Jones Secretary Caroline Long Treasurer Neile James Substitute WFRN Beth Kelly - Stat Chuck Gillespie Kelly Stewart Mike Luovigsen Dave Emmel Chip Tolleson Kevin King Lee Coogle Gary James Bill Martin Chelsa Snelgrove Lynn Sumnee Ken Ries Bobbie Benson Bo Bradham Dave Wernick Jeff Gatter Chris Romanek Joe Bodmer Karen Kell Marthe Davidson Charlie Munson Phil Kilby Tom Richardson Al Childers Sydney Wood Cathy Ray Page Beall Richard Galloway Fran Warwick Debbie Hughes ion Mgr. John Martini Wally Bullock Phil Reeves Howard Perry ....:-1,33 'N X ,. 3 l nv. 1 ' " ' l " .tum-'f in 1- U -'x I . .A ..-1. ,,..,. pil sgfg if ii i I i I A 6 ..-,-.- -,l-I .I 3, . , In . .V C if-:iyifsss-1' 14 1' -we b A -- s -ge . l- 51 f- ff : -t ' 31:3-??.o 'Q-'ix Student Board of Communications Members: Chelsea Snelgrove Bonnie DeLong Gary Bond Maureen O'Rourke Dr. Wade H. Sherard Dr. Norman Whisnant Dr. Al Sanders Advisors: Anne Emerson Tommy Hayes Phil Underwood i BONHOIVIIE ,-W .V ,. .-.1 1 I 1. Philip Underwood - Editor David Trone - Business Manager Lei Williams - Layout Editor Robert Hancock - Copy Editor Sarah Pair - Organizations Editor Tim Fraylick -- Sports Editor Cheryl Andrews - Story Editor Richard Barr - Intramural Editor Sherry Swanson - Features Editor Paula Swope - Faculty!Administrations Editor Sally Arnold - Classes Editor Pam Brannon Mary Brown Linda McRae Rob Cu rrence Cathy Harder Kathleen Hoy Caroline Long Debbie Malac Kathy Black Nancy Rice Sandy Warmals Donna Logan -1..,,,,, rip I . B v f Nw f it A N ' .XX if .--- w g" r' , X14 PALADIN Editor- Anne Emerson Business Manager Phil Kilby Larry Hoffman Robin Tester John Myers Carlos Rodroques Bud Smyrl Cydney Capell Bobette Gillum Debbie Fleed Tom Sullivan Maria Vargas Bev Walker Tom Hart Melodie Craine Sally Arnold Page Beall Debra Brook Vicki Dover Ann Greer Jackie Fleid Lydia Lowe Bob LaGarde Mike Norris Jane Stouffer Steve Bounds Ken P. Ries Stewart Barfield Mary Stevens Debbie Cochran Karen Kemp Suzanne O'Donnell Lynn Powers Kathy Sharp Mark Ellic t Scott Cara yay Leigh Coulter Debbie Anderson Joe Bodmer Bob Suggs Jim Ewel 150 ff 'I E i Q ' 0-4- 5 4 . College Republicans Carl McNair - President Lynda Armstrong Catherine Clark Rhonda Edge Ann Greer Joanne Gutekunst Mary Irwin Debbie Malac Mary Ellis Nicholson Carol Robinson Jane Stouffer Sue Kenney Linda Edwards Mabry Binniker Oliver Cooper Mike Guest Thomas Norrell Jim Pratt Caroline Richardson Julie Cochran Linda Flewellen Jane Gretsch Nancy Haile Georgeanne Jones Mary Anne McClure Maureen O'Halloron Pam Seavy Celeste Sugg Lisa Ann Cain Richard Ackerman Dave Brittain Frank Elvington Larry Hunter Blake Poole Dixon Harrell Larry Hunter Debbie Coggins Sharon Fox Barbara Griffin Kathleen Hoy Sharon Kruschwitz Jan Moody Nelle James Katherine Sonaker Page Beall Susan Lawrence Kurt Ardaman Bill Butler Mark Gaby Dennis McClellen Jim Ketter 151 Young Democrats Alice Blackwell- President George Singleton - Vice President Nancy Grogran - Secretary Flobin Tester - Treasurer Thomas Martin Kevin Curry Janet Puckett David Trone Julie Pulliam Stephen Turner Lee Walker Monte Dutton Joel Williams Folini Karasiotos Andy Nunnery Athena Hessiotis Melodie Craine Jane Britton Randy Johnson 152 SAILING CLUB Mary Mallard Chuck Bundy Ed Baird John McTyre Elaine Donnan Cathy Flay Rebecca Harvin Julie Hunter Winifred Peters z g 9 ll ll ll l l li ,L IW ll r 4 I SLBC Gwen Sims - President Kim Smith - Vice-President Jackie Dillard - Secretary Karen Goodlett - Treasurer Carla McDonald Shebra Wortherly Charles Boyd Fred Culcleasure Herman Matherson Audriene Taylor Carlos Ellis Ronnie DuBose Keith Puckett Reginald Parker Sharon Hutchings Andrea Stackhouse Denise Everett Lethea Bulter James Martin Maria Vargas Glain Haynes Kenny Middleton Willie Bradley Marilyn Dickerson Orzella Brandyburg Jimmy McDonald Miss Betty Alverson - Director Ms. Betty Houston - Executive Secretary Shep Parsons - Co-Chairman Cindy Scott CESC Divison Heads Keren Roper - Church Ministries Cindy Creech - Middle Schools Betsy Nelson - Community Concerns Julie Peeples - Special Education Craig DuBose - General Programs Kit Richardson - Child Enrichment Trudy Moody - Exceptional Children Lisa Kyle - Adult Division Tara Jane Mann - School Enrichment Elementry Schools Cathy Haas - Mini-Parks if .Av .'.iQA5. 'Q' ' fir. f f, f"?31,,z.:-1 'fr' . mzmumnn.. -f-f' - ,V g-1 ,Q---hw-,,,7 ff vf.f7!fL55T'S1',U - 3-715' ,-' iflilzi . -' ',,, M' 'S-.X .1-9" K -1 f, ,.-1 ' 'I 2 ,1- ,,-0' M' vm :fr 1 .gf X .-w W- A LJ f 5 .. , 1 W ' , ' 1 ' ,' 'XM I ' 'ff 1' 'UAE f f fff I 1flf'fw' f ,aff .1 fs : '5 w3 1H f w f M1!'f -is aff ww f 'W 1: 1 +J eIf'W in N 1 i:JW,f,'yf,,,1 aNJI'i,l!5i14rl 3lkglwlWzy,1k , wie: , sI',' 'f'3'E- 'ng " P QV W, ,, f,IF'f,f' !V,f:' ' Hcrfbw 'Hi 2'1" ' '.Tf10XM"'A . ,ww f lyy,N" 11' I H 1. , , . .5913--e'... I .K . I . . sq, x 4' . -A . , F5251 'xl x Ti... '3-'52 1 "jig-1 . f ' -Li? Q-1-'.': ' X cw-,. -' mu- , A K, b . X..--Q, ' ,..., . ffm.. . , 253, L S 15.-'i""x'g.1' ',, . in . -za-x1 I-'-i,Qf".'-w .' V, N5-1124. :Rh , . V' 'f1:LS.fv ,. X.-, -ff 2 A - w- rx. 5-A.,:.,.,,,,.,.g, uv?5iy-- +--Lf 5 -, 4 '2'SQ1'-'g?g'1N. -1..,--,QIXAI :n9i'H"7:g'5yg " iwsfilg 1: 1g4,gm- :QQ 1-1 . , iifx f? 2 im: v 1 'i?:1- f kf:-sa'gq51'wsg,j,- r., .. . ir . ,-:,A, ix J.,-.L N.-rw 9, , " 1 I nxJ4..l'..-war!" -3142 'A P w : W+" '5Q. 'w"4?fiMH J' -' 4311-0815-.lit "h , MI? , " M W , am. Mfmm-,Wg ' 1 M 5, . ' -vim ' 1 in 1 W u 4 , -1 - s 4- JM N " tx ' P "' P' 7 Q., gi I ,r fl " ' 1 ' A M11 1 Y QB , , ri " 'Q-ive-v , , , ' f . v . ggi' W x X. v, 1 -e X. L, 1 - JW 1igE3'1g?1'f5Huy5g, ,ff , wi? ffwfl if g'f1'f9QiB2i11,f- . T r'.4.qf:e-,-2 , .Ty-i " ,E-' ' 1 1 A , vw , ,U Mg , ,u. xwxv V 1 Ln. K' 'f ' J WM' f"Iw'w rwx, - .1 Y, 1 a. W- Wa QA. 'M n ' wi ,, M UWM ' w 1-:M rs., ,,..f " 1 -. ,, - A. - , ,, 4 w . ..., . . . 'fin-1 ' 4 ,n L" W, , i pi. 47, LniIr'A"'4r "' "fl wmuawaf 1 ' A ' J' J ,M " yu vw! M M, ' ' Wy pmnk W' ' L M, L.LLuL1!QsM,. ul',e.vQgL Ji.. Q, ln- Q 4 . " . m -'L ' 1 4 F . , K! ' " x 1 RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONS Nay' cz WESLEY: Reverend John Freeman, Chaplain, Martha Larson, Linda Flewellan, Frances Hale, Bobett Gillum, Beth Davis,JawahnoSihra, Carol Styles, Sarah Nichols Kim McCahan, Paul Wood, Kathie Cain, Howard Perry, Prakash Sihra, and Charlie Evans. ...W . e---- ----4-"I- , I M... -. W1 i""W V .f .. A-e- u INTER-VARSITY CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP: Mike Armistead fPresidentI, Rob Suggs, Janet Moseley, Barbi Crompton, Lynn McKnight, Emily Hester, Sherrie Bridges, Paula Norton, Leigh Scott, Curtis Dubose, Billy Allen, Hugh Jones, Sam Joyner, Brian McGreevy, Elliot Flosselet, David Herder, Doug Roberts, Cyndi Rash, Barbi Hamilton, Edie Moore, Catherine Clark, Mark Stone, Laurie Moseley, Alice Flynt, Vernon Duty, Robert Pendergrast, Sam Pendergrast, George Griffin, Kevin Gourley, Faye Burgiss, Susan Watt, Cyndi Creech, Sharon Kruschwitz, Mary Ann Anderson, Jaime Lanier, John McTyre, Mike Hilliard, Marion Clark, Mary Lynn Asbury, Ruth Anne Gable, Palmer Turnburke, Rhonda Edge, Nancy Ramsdell. M... 1-rw-xwtff sz.. ta-- ., L,-s+,yfg:q-nys.-, -' "1 1. ' ' ,,:f'Z5vj1... .' 35: ' -4 wi I I, L, f seit I 9 J- tg I we , ' 1:-:U -- 6 .A V X1 ..- :'- -.4 . i F :V .iii rs- ,I ' C K v , C-RE 5 ' : J N I-by I h ,fax ' ' H-, rg x 4 ,t ,. - - TGI it "-,:. ' in 1. 4-. .gx ' Q., , N xi. 1, 2 H ,t .. E QI' QI ct . 'T 5 as .,-' 3 A, I... ",' -A . l if A JL? 1 'I " L I I U , in -' L. A - Q, I I . --ff - ' it .- V: L - ,,miNf,,., Y. M, ,sh NEWNIAN OPOSTALATE Jamie Lanier Kerry Lord Gary Yunker Jeanie Pfleger Nora Groh Debbee Whitted Beth Kelly Cyndy Ward Sharon Fox Laura Prevost Kip Frohlich Denise Andrews Julie Peeples Rom Hoferer Jim Cervera CAN Crys LUTHERAN STUDENT ASSOCIATION, LEFT TO RIGHT: Chris Barber, Barbara Putney, Nancy Nagele, JoAnne Gutekunst, Paul Bolzan iPresidentJ, Pastor Robert Coon, Julia Williamson, Wendy Burris, Lois Park, Kathy Culp, Karen Kell, Carol Wayer, Philip Emanuel, Kevin King, Kevin Curry, Nancy Bauchle, Fred Van Swearington, John Van Swearington, Dave Greinke, Craig Ross, Anna Th ode. Dave Baldwin Tom Martin Cindy Martin Paul Ryan Cathy Spence Joe Judge Artie Dowd David Woods Mark Laskowski Jim Berl Dan McDonald Cathy Mariscotti Bob Kerr Mary Ann Anderson Jack Jones TERBURY: Dallas Reeves, Brian McGreevey, Malcom Trevillian, Catherine, Carol Cline, Leigh Scott, Jay Forio, Cindy Maners, Nance Hejl, Mark Weston, Becky McKindrick, Friar Peter Ouzts, C. K. Russell, Gi Gi Mills, tal Scholly, Carol King, Vicky Dover. 157 CHRISTIAN SCIENCE BAPTIST STUDENT UNION WESTM I N I STE R '- it CAMPUS CRUSADE FELLOWSHIP OF CH RISTIAN ATH LETES CHURCH RELATED . W V O CAT I O N S 159 Sopranos Sandra Aho Nancy Arrington Helen Baden Sarah Bell Faye Burgess Candy Combs Denise DeFoor Cindy Gossett Joyce Greene Lynn Grimsley Liliane Heller Janet Hood Cindy Jamieson Beverly Kennedy Vivian Lacy Roberta Laughlin Debbie Melton Kathy Mclnvaille Joy Mclnvale Karen McKown Deboran McLendon Kimberly McLeod Anne Miller DeEtte Morgan Libby Powers Becky Purvis Bonnie Rabon Debbie Reed Debbie Rice Cathy Rish Jeanine Skinner Susan Smart Sabrina Stevenson Mary Beth Streett Jane Swindler Becky Taylor FURMAN SINGERS Sandy Warmels Priscilla Waters Diane Williams Peggy Wilson Altos Sheri Armitage Mary Lynn Asbury Leslee Bates Cheryl Branham Sherrie Bridges Mary Jo Brockman Karen Brown Julie Burke Bonnie Burkett Carolyn Copeland Rebecca Corbitt Claire DeFoor Melissa DuPuy Val Enlow Val Epps Judy Feasel Taryn Gordon Emily Hester Margaret Hicks Moftie Hills Janice Hines Beverly Holder Cathy Horner Julie Joiner Rita Landrum Catherine Maddox Tara Mann Sharon McGuirt Lynn McKnight Cathy McQueen Miriam Mitchell Trudy Moody Susan Moore Janet Moseley Julie Peeples Linda Price Gigi Pryues Jean Sansone Carol Simms Joy Slice Karen Smith Mary Jo Smith Donna Stroud Susan Talley Martha Tinsley Kathy Wall Cynthia Ward Helen Watkins Vicki Will Deanne Williams Tenors David Belcher Charles Boyd David Castleberry David Cole Barry Hall David Hulme Tommy Jordan Pat McCormick Vens McCoy Shawn McGee David McKown Mark Powers Alan Ray Rusk Reeder Ted Robb Pat Rowell Larry Stone Scott Thorton Scott Wilson Paul Wood Basses Glen Adkins Willie Bradley Mark Caldwell Nat Chandler Fred Childers Jim Church David Corbitt Fred DeFoor Philip Emanuel Rick Fudge Gene Golding Don Griggs Phillip Hare David Herder Mitch Hunter Darrell Johnson Mark Jones John Landrum Richard Mauney Tom Moore John Pruitt Jim Riley Paul Sims David Sloan Tim Sloan Hal Southern Marshall Thomason Jacob Will Dan Williams CHAMBER SINGERS Sopranos Libby Powers Jane Swindler Sabrina Stevenson Roberta Laughlin Alto Julie Joiner Mary Lynn Asbury Lynn McKnight Vicki Will Tenor Ted Robb Scott Wilson David Castleberry Bass Rick Fudge Nat Chandler Paul Sims Jacob Will Fred DeFoor Accompanist Rebecca Corbitt Director Dr. Bingham Vick CONCERT CHOIR Sopranos Darla Bandy Cindy Eggl Druid Hamrick Anita Megee Laurie Moseley Pam Phillips Belinda Reynolds Cheryl Rices Debbie Smith Laura Sutton Sandra Truitt Altos Lynn Brown Pam Creasman Katherine Devenny Harriet Ling Libby Millinnix Julie Skelton Audriene Taylor Lynn Wartsbaugh Tenors Jim Bearden Wendell Cothran Tim Fitzgerald Rob Flint Jim Gibson Keith Jones Robert Pendergrast David Sweet Don Williams Basses Billy Allen Richard Baumgarner Robert Cuttino Brian Gill Chuck Hussung Kenneth Lee Kevin McDowell Kevin Miller Von Reynolds Kenneth Wilbanks 161 ORCHESTRA Violin I Nancy Rice Anna Barbrey Lynn Nichol Gwen Garrett Mary Irwin Pam Turnburke Allen Hendricks Beth Anne Kenny Alan Boda Beth Schwab Violin Il Karan Gill Lynda Williams Jenny Ruth Batson Karen Chrisope Dean Curry Carolina Heddin Karen Goodlett Cynthia Ling Margaret Lindahl Viola Pat Major Marilyn Boone Thea DeGano Ruth Lindahl Lori Smith F2 Cello Kathy Galloway Danny Baldwin Mark Devon Mark Bryan Elaine Boda Richard Maag Bass John Cell Steve Mulkey Robert Dunaway Flute Cyndy Powell Jennifer Sharpe Sharon Blair Nancy Dartnall Oboe Nancy Finney Alice Flynt Steve Garrett English Horn Alice Flynt Clarinet Debbie Burr Gary Gray Bass Clarinet Gary Gray Basson Kathy Gleim David Hamilton Horn Tommy Dabbs Chuck Murff Anna Heatherington Alice Blackwell Trumpet Keith Ellis Don Van Blaricom Curt Matthews Trombone Fred Hall Rick Evans Rick Kalk Jim Van Swearington Tuba John Holloway Timpani Hugh Pace Celeste Jo Beth Miller Harp Julie Breland NIARCHING BAND Sharon Blair Nancy Dartnall Bianca Roberts Sandra Nurnberg Jenny Sharpe Ann McFarland Beth Huggins Jo Beth Miller Marianne Williams Kathy Anderegg Beth Arnold Martin Royaards Gary Gray Karen Wilson Paul Ehrlich Debbie Burr Mark Scarborough Cathy Hand Melinda Harp Jackie Hurd Jan Moody Danny Holloday Woody Dixon Jeanie Edwards Marie Walker Sheila Neal David Smith Ozella Brandyburg Alice Flynt Cindy Huggins Sarah Watson Fred Van Swearingen Suzanna McFadden Ruth Ann Blind Jim Stroman Cecil Gaffney Mike Seay Tony Martin James Martin Tony Disher Rick Crittenden Carlos Ellis Bruce Herard Rhonda Edge Stacy Schuman Bev Walker Tommy Dabbs Paul Huffman Ann Heatherington Chuck Murff Alan Meritt Johnny Olson Curtis Dubose Curt Matthews J. R. Walters Keith Ellis Ellis Batson Donald Van Blairicon David Heller Brad McCarson Gary Benjamin Mark Weston Gregg Wentzell Steve Adams Steve Marks Jimmy Hawkins Jimmy Haynes Danny Caddell Neil Keith Jody Tyree Louise Rogers Susan Peterman Margaret Rice Stan Harlow Ellis Bradley Angie McClendon Rick Henderson Fred Hall Phil Mclntyre Ricky Evans David Hamilton Jim Boyd Pam Moss Jim Wood Dana Phillips Alvin Hulsey Dan Williamson Ronnie DuBose John Van Swearingen John Garrett Larry Summy Leigh Fogle Jerome Thomas Clyde Beaugrand Don Harris Eric Goforth Robert Dunaway John Holloway Dennis Parlier Dan Davis Rick Kalk Michele Bowser Bob Rook Dave Brittain Ward Keeney Robert Session Hugh Pace Lou lmbrogno Wayne Bagwell Scott Holtzclaw Steve Garrett John Edington Keith Barnes Nancy Finney Charlie Corn Tabby Hughey, Drum Major .su 2' s s ' , ss at Q Q A T E....:..4.:: "l"' ehvit ' A f :Ji-lrS2fiiiiYti L f.,:t-.vi 'J fxf4fg.gi-Q " , f wi 'itil' F' nm L if' '41 at K' ri glfuic A lr 1 ' ' QI-'lq1'l'lllli f- Hliwrigfl l n i. ll ' c V' . Q 1 ' I ogls Q '- .ihsasgt . ..., Mu.. Q' IVIAJORETTES Julia McLarty Coyann Gray Vivian McLarty Marybeth Bunting Jan Hunt Mary Mallard Carolyn Peck Debbie Coggins l64 PALADETTES Linda Edwards Sharon Williams Carter Wooten Wanda Thomas Tomi Fish Jan Griffin Mandy Hughes Cindy McLear Genie Welch Debbie Malac Teri Crocker Kim Beamer Lori Cooley Susan Myrick Lisa Neal Sharon Fox W, JAZZ ENSEIVIBLE Saxophones Rick Crittendon Mark Scarbrough Carlos Ellis Bruce Herard Jim Stroman Trumpets Curt Matthews Carl Powell Ellis Batson J. R. Walters Mark Weston Keith Ellis Trombones Jim Boyd Fred Hall David Hamilton Rick Evans John Cells John Halloway Rhythm Bianca Roberts William Martin Jim Pratt Bob Rook Scott Holtzclaw 'P' hm M x WH fxzf' ' V -' , M. . "fl WX, ' HX Hn 5 X f 'XX X'X I 'Ml H 1 X IX :X ,,,XXX,X1XXjX' 4 N X nl 1' ' X Xu X 1" ' ' ' ' A Q ,ZX , X MX: lv m .X X XXX X Y hz' 'I V " VKX- W "X 'X WN 315 .WX Xl X "'X XX XXX ' NI," "J ,X 1 X X 'AWXXXX .' TXX .XXX ,U Q .X lx! X'EHX?XXiI1if!'F' 'J' " 34" XfX1.X'wimXiXlX X "1 XX '1'X XX,XiX'X'X 'X 3, ' "'XX'fH'1"13'?1'Xf"?' X' QiEE1i'Xfj3"" X XX'1X'XX'XX" ' ' "f'l"XXXX X',X'f" X - 1 ' X X'XX'XXXX'XX: XXX X' . ' X 1X X If 'N"'?!5T"'.fX lXJN'NX wh X P 4XX,,x'X,,XXXg,XXXX X 7' ,XX,... Xhl X ' , ' Xian 'X WX' W X ,'XXXXXXf'i1X?iXXX' XXX' 'XXXXX1 wg " W' " X 1'X'i:5!:j1':XX' Y ' '1"1Yffi""" ' X X' 'Q!X3fllf"W V X ' VW? 'X X WXXXXX X ' X X1X"' X-XXX X X X XX 'X'X'X', :!X,'1"!QX',X'XX'XfXXXXXX, "MX, X, XXXTQ XXX-XXXX XXXL XXXWXXXNXXII, X, WX Xr XIXqXX1X1w','7XlX XmlYXX1XXXX,, 'XL,X,f,f5X "f 'MX "' WX' "'f'X'XX1X' "XX X ' :XUrX"""HN PWWXXX-X'1MX, W'-NM XXXXXXX X' W' 'XXXXXXX' ,XXXXXXX X: XXXXXXXX XXHXXXXXMMXXXQQXXX TW XX 65" X' XX 'X 'XX'X'X" '1'3X" 'H 5' " , X gil! ,,,,,!,,X 'V ' X Yr X mf! ' f ' -XXJXX X. v Nl 1" YXXXXX ,,,,,XMXXXXXf""X ,Xl A, ,,Xv XXXXXXQXN: ',X'X'XXXXX,:XX'XXlX1X X 1 X XX X " M ' XX' ' ,X "X" X ' J X,XXXX,X gf' ,J ,,,, X X,, 'X'1'1X1X,'XXXXXXV1" ' X" ,X X'X X X' ""' V 'HQ WX X!X,X ,,X,Xr',XJ ,. Y .Xxx !XYX'JX:N'EXXXXX,X' ,HQJXXXXX MXMQHX' X 'HLIl9!i7lE1'XX! ' M-X1""':'X 'Z V' W, !,,w,',,X!,"fp' 1 wa! 1' . It ' X' " ' d" " X:w 'wr' .X "" ' " "' .MSF XX 1 " ,, XP fx' XT' X ' X X ' ' Ur' 'X Y-X"WW'XXX'W"U"'XX."W3'Wf'4""'W""H1XWN' fu-X XX. ' " " ' ' "J1"""'af!,Q XXXX,XrXX X' ,X X' XX X X XA XX NW.,XXMW:XW,,'F,,,X,,X,.XX' ,,,X , X, " W' XXXXJY XX WW XXXXMXW, 4?-XX!',ul3X:'XX,X'X55' B51mHXg"""WXi"f"!3' Ji AX " X' X-'rmwifW'-1"E""'XX'" lX'X. "XXX'V'X'XX-XXW' f"'Xf '14 ' " W"X"' 'l WWPETTWl'X' X Xwm m' " QR' ' ' " X' ' ' X.f'1"'ZWX 'M' wWqWM'TXh'XXX"S'5 5'X 'XX'X" Xu ' XXXXXXXXH f'f" " " 1"X'X ' X " i X. X , 'fXX X,,X'X"X'X.Xi' W WW" 'W I LX JIX ky4M'W, , ' XQQMN-,X-Mm .-XXXX'f" 'J'1:'HX.X0,"d, ,, ,, n'XXgX " X VX' .,XlMqH.X.. ,H ' X"-'-' -XX1X,XXi X VI 'I VI -Xl X XXXl1'w'XXWMXX ' XX'LXX? i X,"' "WX" X"""X1"XX--XX' NXXXXXX " X"X "" X 1'wJJXX.'X WX ' XX " - ' l-XXX'-- X- ' ., , .XXX -X XX X, ', , XXXX.X ., AX ,.X X K :'X X' 'XM' K'l"Y17'5iX',l,'!i5X9Xl','QP',X?""XX'1:ff" 'lmifCXXXX95X21f'Xff5'Xf1"'X"XWX"""'X'X7 ,WX XX'XXXX'f'XIXI5X'XXXX'XXX"X'XX"WX'f"X"",vX'X 'XXX X., X XXX "XXXX,'XXXXXXXXXX,XXXXXXXX-XXJXXX'!,XilX'XXX-X'i:X1'X,:X', ' W XSXEXXUlf'XLXWX'WJJ,X':"X11"j1WX"W' ' ' - X 'XXX X" F"fXlW'1'Xf -XX ' X'''XXXX'XX'XX'XXXXXXXXILXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX 1' 'X .'T,'XXX!'X'fXXXXXeXX'w'X- XXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXX XXX MQXXXXXXXXX ,XXXXXX W V wi 4 1 Ja 'W X I f .f 'mf .X I' ' . , X 1 1, X91 1 , "" 5 . ' X X , x 'K : XX.XXXmXnXXwmXX,XX,,t'E, E 1 - X , 1 " X 'j'fXff'1X W W I' W X! XXIWXXXX L j,X' nv ' X' XX'X"X'XX'X-XX'X1XX"'XX'XXX'X "" Jsjr "Xr,, ' X r X ' ' " ' 4 J "'- A kms! M E E Ji' -X X54 :ZGLXQZXA-. X IFLW ' JT' 'Nm ...W si., .. .. X 1 Jgfpf. P 1 9 " '31 'W C113'1.f'fEf?fX'fQQi5,EE5'1'9?'r: " C-Xi' "-'L,m:"yX5- xv ,fl 4 X .'vX1.'. M- r L. L-L. .X ,,"X. " 3 W' X- va J Mu Phi Epsilon Val Epps - President Beth Arnold Mary Lynn Asbury Shelley Barclay Ruth Ann Blind Faye Burgess Julia Burke Becky Bowers Judy Feasel Nancy Finney Kathy Gleim Taryn Gordon Punkin Harvie Margaret Hicks Beverly Holder Kathy Mclnvaille Debbie Melton Laurie Moseley Nancy Patterson Cyndy Powell Nancy Rice Debbie Rice Biance Robert Louise Rogers Margaret Roper Mary Beth Street Jane Swindler Audriene Taylor Sandy Warmels Deanne Williams giyggwwk-N- 5 'i as A Phi Nlu Alpha Rob Hendrickson - President John Halloway Robert Dunaway Rick Kalk Jeff Wieler James Martin Craig Ross Kurt Matthews Steve Adams Ricky Evans Mark Powers Paul Wood Tom Moore Rob Currence David Brittain Charles Boyd John Edington Val Enlow - Sweetheart Rick Crittenden Tabby Hughey Larry Summey Jim Stroman Phil Mclntyre Mike Seay Rick Fudge Larry Stone John Landrum Fred Childers Hal Southern Lou lmbrogno Mark Devon Ellis Bradley Paul Ehrlich James Boyd Bringham Vick - Faculty Advisor RECREATION COMMITTEE Rob Hancock - Chairman Melinda Furcht Dargan Flowers Doug Dodson Gary James Amy Sanders Lynn Sanders Ted Anders Dr. David Parsell Dr. Doug McDonald Dr. Jim Leavell l" MUSIC COMMITTEE Bob LaGarde Pat Dennis Tom Lammons Craig Dubose FILM ARTS COM MITTEE Merrie Koester Kim Ezell Mark Gaby Bill Ballantine John Jopling 168 SOCIAL BOARD Sharon Kruschwitz President Mabry Binnicker Treasurer Dee Sheehan Secretary Jeanne Brandes Vice-President Carol Robinson Barry Satterfield Susan Bruce Leslie Bates Mary Dodd Bud Smyrl Vicki Sorgini Beverly Walker Maria Walker Joel Williams Debbie Malac Howard Perry :aug n INTER-FRATERNITY COUNCIL Bill Prevost President Alan Altman Treasurer Margueriete Chiles Advisor Mike Southgate Dave Blakely Bob Raymond Jon Greer Blake Poole Ken Suddreth Larry Russell The Knights Eternal Brad Mitchum Larry Swanson Walter Grace Steve Perry Langdon Brockington Don Lewis Bobby Behr Neil Hance John McTear Ron Smith Roger Aston John Cottingham Thad LaVance Trey Carson Dean Mitchell Jim Bigler Charlie Rogers Dave Woods Jack Jones Bob LaRue Tony Disher Mark Rhodes Dave Emmel John Alford Vernon Duty Kurt Hollar Phil Hammond Malcom Trevillian Steve Botkin Danny Stewart Larry Blood Tom Siler Vic Thomas Benny Walker Mike Winters Richard Nidds Chuck Bundy Bill Prevost Scott Williams Mike Southgate Marc Smith John White Brian Goerke Steve Rodberg Luke White John Holder Tom Daniels Jeff Dreyer 170 l Ji wwf 'Inf' ' , I Emma Ruth Helms - Sweetheart Star and Lamp Jon Acker Kyle Anderson Jurt Ardaman Paul Ballou' Stu Bonner Rusty Brown Chip Buddin Jeff Clark Gary Clonts Doug DiPrima Jeff Gatter John Green Bicky Godbold Mike Hagler Ted Hoffmann Kevin House Edward Kennedy Bob Kerr Phil Kilby Jay Leone Howard Lineberger Tom Lott Thom Martin Bo May Chuck McGill Mac Mitchell Larry Pittman Mike Poe Ray Porter Doug Roberts Mike Flyon Jon St. Pierre Ken Suddreth Dave Taylor Bill Tuggle Bob Wood Joel Williams Dave Holleday Charlie Horton Flick Poe E l Centaur Bob Raymond Alan Altman Jimmy Baker Steve Baker Bobby Bumgardner Bill Butler Donnie Byerly Hap Core Bill Cranford Darl Davidson Dave Ellis Ken Ezell Jerry Fadem Brigg Foster Lee Fowler Terry Freeman Hank Glass Greg Glover Andrew Goss Gary Gramkow Fred Grant Braxton Green Jon Greer Jeff Hanauer Tom Hart Flay Horton Dave Huddleston Jay Huff Guy Lichty Mark MacCoy Dan McDonald Gene Olmi Johnny Pruitt Paul Quiros Tommy Fleynolds Crawford Ftippy Mike Floyster Scott Rybun Bill Schilling Lee Spinks Gary Smith Mark Taylor Bill Welch Hal Westlake Ken Wiland John Jenkins Guy Cochran Gordan Ford Martin Foster Mark Laskowski Jim Maher Joe Judge Linda Edwards, Sweetheart 3 E? el? Wifi R. E. L. Blake Poole - President Mark Austin - Vice President Andy Lopez - Secretary Mike Haygood - Treasurer Cher Burkart - Sweetheart Richard Goodpaster Tony Cox Jim Keenan Red Smith Robbie Caldwell Angus Poole Paul Carapellotti Chris Mensing Tim Kennedy Tom Kuppens John Baker Forrest Sweat Oliver Cooper Mark Boychuk Greg Furches Tom Boswell Beach Foster Ken Cadle Vic Grout John Graham Bruce Williamson Norman Barker Rick Scotson Willie Freeman Jeff Holcomb Andy Means Rob McLaughlin Buddy Darby DeForest Spencer David Shepherd Mike Williamson Mark Bowers KINSIVIEN Larry Russell John Humphries Rick Gay Carter Lynch Dave Copland Jeff Shaner Russ Stapleton Steve Gavin Pat Patten James Vaught Denny Smith T741 ri , , 'Ng' 9.-T' ,O l 4 N.,- .Xu Q .V Lon ' 8 u V , A. -5' . Q, , , 'J' 1 I lu", '10 0 I I 1- ,mf A. ao., N R. s -0 -.eg G'-'H .f 3 1 k '!5?5:3W", . . Q.f4,fiFf'iT?53 , lf, 3.7 5551, N,:,,5 f " Lfalliih J .-.mn c f m Z , ,X . . .V fgglgww 1 f V1 :g.- wr- WAV.-32 ' f .4-aff. n f 113. " M, ,. 1 .. ,Wx- ggmw W'- -0 A: , V.. W, 51 - L--FWZ" . 3052, M M An fx 'ws-' f9,.,,., A .MH 'f' P' -, fi' fm-55' rv- ay ' , my-wr: 1 "gi-mf. 4 f ifzibzs 4 A 1 V f w..f-3.2-:rfb -I.. , .aff . 9.4 r ., . If ', 'G K - 1 . .1 J . in ,414 5. ' .Av 'J ' .N AP?- xg 3 "fi 'Q-Z' 'fi ug , -1 -L, , 'QE f n. . V ' ur- ftfbfgi .1 F fi . '-'Qi .5 1: - A4 1 "- ' I" 4 ' 1 , , N. , ., mt . ,M , I ,Q T x 1 ' 3? :fwfr 'glilizn J gs, 5 A .-ff ug:-.fg "5 - f' 2 fv .ifwfvf 1.12. . iggfnq' Q' . N '7 ,,1.i':5"3',.y ,W . - ' S A9 ,L 4'-, I .xv 2 " 1' 1. Nu-W .. -,mr - -JH M' fffflf ' - 4 Aiawliwqg , ,. . X M -cf 1- 2.0425 : QL f., ---: ' f Y ,K '.+,y.- ff, , ,U -r ,-1 -"' . 2 my v 5 f. 253' 91 w if 4. wx ywwvy ..1 mx. k.:. .. LLL- V" ' .lf 2 , si:-H' vfeifagr'-'1' ' i"F f - 1 J.. ' " 13, .'gf.1Q"!15xv - . 5 EQ Y, ,f -. .wit-gy X ,, -1, n 44.2-.1,1,f:,, . , 34 'iff - ww. ' . - . 3.1. :.. ' 33,1-gkr-V L, -Q.. ,z G'F?jf' 3,31-i?Vf7f1iu '34 ' : 21.4. 4551 ,lg -7 v.f:f5.:3,z.a.:,x- '. U . l If 51. .ff,.r,-- L,,,i,Z. ,gysi ,fi A ' 'Wig '32 , .f E.-t' ff -Ri' -EQ-1',1Qf?fnieQ'22,.,"" . uf . :jf-'fix' i - V- f v,-rx. 5 . 'fvsmis - . .' 1 V I ' -if-' L' R-,xg 5'-LW: X. A . fail.- 1+ , R923 lf :lf V L Q VgM'3gg,1g,.14.qlK'5.1 3. 4. w,:,,,,-, "M gv,,.m1w.,H mn W' 'Qi ."- 'HQ ' ' Al 'w -r--,.,-- X L' L ' i"1l.: ,W-Jya 3,1 1 ' -. , , 2' N1 if 11+ 'grL-- 11.wE-- - ., vu- w ,'.V?.' if. 44" 1 .V V fa 1"'.n,,.w-' 2-,., -' -, ' - sg, Wy: ,fri-wwf wid, fy--gf, , '-, W .M 1 " H rl, . V' ' ' ' f , f'1XX4 5 .V ,Jul -' -' '--f . '35 ng ,. ,. . 1 -if Y N.iffj' f ' - Tl Q ' -'VQ 33kg.L.,4.4 K - . ...nb -- ,gush A v' sf- "-41... " ,-,.u M,-., . '-:,- ,Q-'Q .. ' ' vw"k4-'. MZ'.'L-1'.-v 4'-i 15' 71-S""f"'. 1.--fl ATT' . 'PZ' 'E 'J-J' ' x , 'Q uw:-'I: -1- -' an rv . 2u'.'1iP. . , , . 1.. . ' - ' 3,1 hr ' :l 1 ,--" -.J "lf 7? i2'ff1ff,. ' -4.4 -2 1' .-'if T." l, if-I ' ' 1 1 , ...JV l ,, -.hui .- .Q ,Z 1 Qmlvfrw X ' Q "3'....!' Q. ,N .. X . D. -, .' , ' . 1 1 ' N. --N-. ,f .. q f , V "U Y ' .. . - . 1 N 4 . L K 7 rfrxQhj?f' b ' mv u-'Q . N X .r .4 " , Lp' ,-.Jw K, .1 . A- ,- ... O' . . . if g- 9595"-' - X I' :E'FQf5'i'Y:?'3':3"' 5 9 -gh .jgq-3-QQ., f 1 . . I- 554.-... JJ. xx. I ,xfxgxy 'dplvtxkhhid .N 1 , . V MN , uyx ' Administration QXQ Qe ie: ' ff1':.H"w, it yt, 39 if ' We fs. + its J aww i ,Q - f,.fi.i:-. Dr. John E. Johns President an 'Pi-N , . , v EJ ax-Q. Dr. Francis W. Bonner R. Wayne Weaver Walter M. Kendrick Vice Prggidenf and Provogt Vice PFeSid9I'1i for Vice PF6SidEl"if fOI' Business Affairs Developement 176 - . ,,,.:,1.,5 J .'t..-E v: .fs Dr. O. Suthern Sims, Jr Vice President for Student Affairs V- , 1 A -Q Xian.: we as 'c vw rs..-2 ,mms at .af ., t ,1"5 aw- I ,mw- 35 ,, fiffxlx C x le.. ,.A : K-M fs- w.' 4 "-Q., ' filgifg' - - P . ' ' ' R 1' I'-2 C ., . . M1 rl ': .fx Margaret E, Abercrombie Betty J. Alverson Paul Henry Anderson , . . ' Lkkg. ..,,.., . x ' 1 r' 'xl . ' A ' ' ml 5 X Q C G 1 fb Edna M. Carlton Jane Fl. Cartee Marguerlte Moore Chiles yr x 1 S3 ' I , ,,1, f Qi ' W , I fj fffx Dr. Carl Thomas Cloer, Jr. John S. Coiner Dr. Charles C. Cort Rt . - A 4,k,q. . "X P . E .- . . Dorothy Gentry Robert Gray Dr, Hazel Harrls rx ,m,,..,.... V Es el J l f W .19 7 Dr. Melvrn Hipps Dr. L. D. Johnson John M. King 95? . W .if 'E ,. 'L :V ,ff , zf 3 1.-am' ' sa 1 Barbara A. Berry .5 . V 'bl -,Pl X ' ' 'Q Robert E, Ch VI sten berry 3 ' Q. . E z " H John B. Dankel 4l"""st Marguerlte Hays -all I U' ' V il Harold Page A .,f .4 W Q Charles Edward Brock Dr. Donald Henry Clayton fi. Dr Judith T. Gatlln lg . '- . 't hu' . J J r , ' Robert Eugene Hmdman, Jr. Dr. Charles Stuart Patterson 177 , ,i . N ", ,N ff, ' X . FA r .sr K- sm. Dfw Lows Edwm phnhps Dr. James M. Pitts James G. Flevels J 5, r ere' ' fm" . 3' 1? 1 fri' " ,111 - 8425,-is rr X YE- if 70m Scott Harry B. Shucker James H. Smart '- Q V - L- !! 55 r , ' 3 5 :R 3 , lr. X' ci xy X A ,: r X 4 James Fl. Stewart Jr. Ann Todd Dr. Robert C. Tucker r' E19 1 Arihelua Warner John C, Wes! Dr. Norman E, Whnsnant 178 Joe Andrew Roberts Jan- X I F . V J 1' f J r- ..,, ,J A Dr. Max G. Smith 3 . , fi ,gg ' iii .rxtlk ' ' 1391 J ' H Imo Tumblin Dr. Philip Connor Winstead Frances Saus .R ,, , M' far-A V Flober1 Spinlc Benny H. Walker Q ,Q any 435 g-nb N9 'R'-Z7 .gr X Q, Q N... ' 4. . g 5 , r r V., 5 ri- X ,r i 35'gg:5:rQS:,,.'g.. ' Q-XJ. Carolyn Worley Faculty V, ev e 'Cyl ,Q ' i ,' . "3 A?-VJ, ' ' cj.-. ,Q ,. .V 'K 7 'Yu' I 'RSX z., . ' 2 L, 1" :R . A I 11 g ,nv V V --4 , - - ' , -V V e ,.. -Je 1 , ,., X, - Q, 9 I LJ 1 1 1, it 1, Q: 1 X ' 454, . . ,NY 1 I . . . " 'st ... K 1 f 2-'M ' 'ext - ' x 5 f ' " f""54Z Nw,-9 A F " Y x 4 3 sv .z 'S E is av A 71 1 - - - . 1 ng in fake., " ll Dr. Donald P. Aiesi Dr. Charles L, Alford, III Political Science EBA, Chairman Dr. Peter A. Andersen Dr, Charles A., Arrington, Jr. Dr, Peter J. Ashy Dr. Lane Bateman Dr. Rudolph D. Bates MY- John S. Beckford HPE Chemistry, Chairman Computer Science Drama, Acttng Chairman English Music Acting Chairman ' " " ., if g 4' 25 ff H' ' af- f .- - , , ,e3 : -, " ' I 1 ' e if' V 4- .1 V --gg, ff.. ig V IV. - .,m, f 1 fi H 1 gi I .. If xl7"2f?2'tY - Dr. Arthur F. Belote Dr. James M. Bell Dr. Beth Bjorklund Dr, Albert L. Blackwell Mrs. Doris A. Blazer Dr. John M, Block EBA Mathematics Modern Foreign Languages Religion Education History Dr. Daniel Boda Dr. William H. Brantley Dr. Charles L. Brewer Music Physics, Chairman Psychology. Chairman Dr. H. Malvern Brown Lt. Col. Thomas F. Bryan Mr Rhett Bryson English Military Science, PMS Drama me gf..'Sw fx 1 X X , few 5 I Al , .J Dr. Thomas O, Buford MS. Martha K, Carr Philosophy, Chairman Geology Dr. Flobert C. Chesebro Dr. Lin Chen Music Political Science x E, Y ..., fipsq 5' '35 - . ,, . , cl .f ,sl e -tg . Yzi :R ' X ' ll ll I ' t .ir r. Y. V 9 , ".4 .X-ii. '-' 2 . as-Qfltfglffl ' -Q ' ' -a .,::ZI2.... V ' .lull 'QQ' 0 Q ' golibtll' 54,54 - f - --f reer ani Lui i . . l Dr. Paul M. Cook, ll Mr. Walter L. Cotttngham Dr. James Dan Cover Mr. Jerry L. Cox Dr, John H, Crabtree. Jr, Mathematics HPE Sociology Modern Foreign Languages English, Chairman it .C ,gf-ttyl lfll. t g X . H S' 1' ,J is fl .gg is . X 'Q 5 l X t .. vi ,A Y x V X ,-it I A . I to L i n I I - p-I 1 . N wa- ' M K' , Xu l u. , , rw. s . .sw":o.:- 13" 'li X! ' -Q - 2 i ..f...' Q ,-:7,., - y ',.' . ,4,.vl, A . it o il- 'un' ll .iXXNXXl.ittl'i Dr, CHVFPY S. Cranttord Dr. Stanley J. Crowe Modern Foreign Languages, English Chairman Y iii F C' ...vt . . -, , 'S . 4 V l J tie ' it as 3 43.14. if we ' V ' - 5.5.5 ' ,tg . .,5' ,, i -,g.,Iz.'l : Q" sig, iw .iii a- A l, Dr. J. Carlyle Ellett Dr. Philip L. Elliott EBA English 180 St. H, W. Cumby Dr. Dixon C. Cunningham Capt. Edward G. DeVos Mr. C. Maurice Cherry Dr. Donald H. Clanton Modern Foreign Languages Mathematics, Chairman 64, Dr. Robert W. Crapps Religion Dr. James C. Edwards Military Science EBA Military Science Philosophy Q Eg . A Q, x , - 1,18 E . ' F. Rt. . 'i it A f . Q XX X ., .. ff' . 'i C fir' t K E X . I . ,ix ' Nix .A .. v X 1: W .. it i F it i t ' . X- li s 1 A ,.fiifi '4 "Q ' 'l O Y ' - ,J .5 h ' 'Y 5 omg, M . 1- . ' pw-... . X Q3 .- .. Q , 4 ' - 11 K- ' 1' - Mr. Dan A. Ellis Dr. Gilbert W. Fairbanks Dr. Wallace C. Fallaw Dr. Ramon Fernandez-Flubio MUSiC Biology Geology, Chairman Modern Foreign Languages N .qt y .N tt i P' If ig gg its Mr, Thomag E, Flowers Ms. Sadie L. Franks Dr. Flobert D. Fray Dr. David A. Gibson Dr. Donald Gorden Dr, Sallie J. Grant Art, Chairman Modern Foreign Languages Mathematics Music Political Science Education Dr. James L. Guth Political Science 1,. 1 1 g 1. X ..A. E T ' 221551. t 7 . 51" 'C i 5 . .. ' ' if g .KA i C all f 1 V- .mf .. Dr. Michael E. Hammett Dr. Ernest E. Harrill Dr. Gary Fi. Harris Dr. William C. Harris Mathematics Political Science, Education Chemistry Chairman K 1: "' . ,. in ' 1 , ' Z J 1 ., L.: " ' ' L , "v tt "" Q ":' 11. . is 1-sr 951 l Q- 1 - f- vrr. "'. P ' ' ' wk i, H-3 1. lm yi 1 gl . lik- i. F X hr if 5. l 5 I I ll 'fi f whiny' fff.f!!il'x Dr. Archie V. Huff, Jr, Dr. Philip G. Hill Dr. Floyd N. Hodges Dr. John W. Hoskins Mr. Glen E. Howerton Drama Geology Sociology An History. Chairman Will , ' we y. -- 're' I .. 'K . X9 J " i , , -, 1 if ff -9 'V at W fi 'WE N .....,.,.. Y . W j X ,D V , A 5 lx Dr . Eugene M. Johnson Mr. James W. Johnson Dr. Edward B. Jones Dr. Newton B. Jones Dr. Ramon Kyser Sociology EBA History HISNJW Music If-v Ms. Barbara S. Heusel English G Q. E . ' 1 Dr. Fl. Reed Hunt Psychology ' .. 41245,-W r Dr. Noel KaneLMaguire Chemistry i L. ,ff Q r , ,' Q x Q , ,. 6 f Y, 4 .'- i I, -N X X 1 svn i , 13, ' 4 'W ' QQ.: ,QQ 1,54 Q 1 ... ,i "ll , l, . . T T ' 'q lY ' 9 . v . '. , . 'I 1 1 1 X, . . Q It .. is W 1. yy 5 If 1 t I ik ' W X L: ' i fl 'i X V i ' sl I gif' K ' - Q W . I m e y X . I 4 f if L as " , X ,Q X h . Q X X wg - 3, N 3' l ., ....f . X 13811 R1 Dr, Robert W. Kell Dr Rex E.Kerstet1er Dr. Joe M. Kin Dr. Myron L. Kocher Dry Lon B- Knight, Jr. Mr. Merle C. Krueger Y Q Biology. Chairman Biology Religion Modern Foreign Languages Chemistry Modern Foreign Languages 'TL Dr. Donald G. Kubler Capt. Fred M. La Chemistry Military ....--v-1 'G ia' 'of' Y. ., .,-.......,,, ' 'Nl fl mm Dr. William J. Lavery Dr. James B. Leavel i Dr. Richard R. Maag Dr. Douglas M, Macdonald Music Philosophy History Dr. W. Duncan McArthur, Jr. English History ,gd I Dr, William E, Leverette, Jr, Dr. Roy E. Lindahl History Classical Languages. Chairman Dr. Gerda P. McCahan Ms. Brenda McCutchen Dr. Ruby Morgan Psychology HPE Music QA ,- Q-E. - SX L .,.. Ng v 4 i ri Dr. Edgar V. McKnight Dr, Sandor Molnar Dr. Ray N. Moses Dr. Ronald A. Motill Dr. T. Ray Nanney Dr. Elaine C. Nocks Religion HPE Physics Physics Computer Science Psychology 182 4 ,,,,1- Vx' 34,2 . me V Y ,R t .ig-'f 4 ui , , 555. , - "lf tx S ' Lt. Col. Arthur J. 0'Leary Dr. David B, Parsell Capt. Michael J, Pasquarett Dr. F. Willard Pate Dr, William P, Pieton Military Science Modern Foreign Languages Military Science English Biology Dr, Frank M. Powell HPE Music, Chairman Dr. S. Milburn Price, Jr. Dr. Theron D. Price Dr. David C. Pulley DY- DOUQIBS Rall Religion, Chairman Education Mathematics gifts.. , LQ ffvxv M I '5 5' Dr. Benny H. Reece Dr. A. Ruth Reid Dr, Alexander Ritchie Dr- Flay C4 Roberts Dre C- Leland Rodgers Classical Languages HPE, Chairman Geology EBA Biology Dr. Albert N. Sanders Dr. Kenneth A. Sargent Mr. T. Benton Sellers. Jr. Ms. Ann Sharp Miss Gayle Sheard History Geology EBA English Music ' 1 1,5 sp 1 ., 'wif :mg We ' ' gi. . xl Ai. vj lf:-'us xx Dr. John T. Poole Mathematics , S ae' 4 1 N, b.. gift i Wai y 5 N xuvgfllzi , ng gg M Dr. William F. Reagan Modern Foreign Languages Dr, William E. Rogers English avr I Dr. Wade Hampton Sherard Mathematics 183 ri 1'.U1"liO6'E'1!YH V ' rf Huffman favufnwj' fi ww' i, i f. li 5. gi. l E. it l E. is ii ez lf. l lf :E il 3 . ll 1. Y 1 r li P J Af E E la E 1 r .ix -eeffifi - -f'?5 ai ' 5554? 3 ' . Dr. Thomas Shey Sociology zgf, f gi' . 1 . 'X .' Ns - ' i gr i Q1-lf. .J . 5 l ' Dr. W. Lindsay Smith Music Dr. Scott Simmerman Psychology -sa-MS?-I ,,,.wf+-""l Ms. Charlotte Fl. Smith Music Dr. David A. smith Dr. Gannon B. Smith Df- Gary C, Smith Religion Education Bioiogy 5. Dr. Taylor C Smith Ms. Judith T. Snider DY. J0hn A. Snyder Dr. Benny Soldano Dr. Albert B. Somers Religion Drama Biology Physics Education " '-222555.35 ":N3'QiQ. 1'- X -1::.x .ig , .... Y ... N, .-swag! ,, . i N I ' '51 J X 'ol . Mr. Richard O. Sorenson Art Ci' F . i A ,. i. iii ' ' , I . -. 'xl Mr. Bingham L. Vick, Jr. Music 184 an i i J x x X xx A. x.x:..., Q Q. X A V X Y x A i "M" . f .- R - A Mr. Richard L. Steffen Dr. James T. Stewart Dr. Lewis P, Stratton Mr. Eric Swan Dr. Larry Trzupek Music English Bi0lDQy HPE Chemistry L, Q. -N . f .X XV' . Q Q1-. ' Qty, i 5 Q y 'K XY' . e x :- g ,L 'E i Q N F e r i Q 1 I. Y V x""f Ms. Carolyn D. Wallin Dr. Ernest J. Walters. Jr. Ms. Marjorie Watson Dr. Thomas A. White Mr. B. Perry Woodside, Ill HPE Political Science Modern Foreign Languages Physics EBA 3 ?'f,: 41' ln Memoriam . .. Dale A. Schonmeyer February 22, 1955 - June 12, 1976 I lift up my eyes to the hills. From whence does my help come? My help comes from the Lord, who made heaven and earth. Psalms 12121-2. l W 5 n .1 'Sl ,f ,f - of-'eff A ' lg' W- - ' .' ' .. A-J 17 155 ,I ,f"i"i' 3 I ' ' gg., ' 4. i - Q 1-nv," I ,' .gif . If 7l4,'xT 55- 'IZ - in 1... :ff ,, ggffw . 1 . ,. of The knowledge we gained here was p ff il i 'J?i.7'.':f'3Q"- - 'aa JC . 4,05 ' important, but it only encompassed afraction p15"iJ.,,f'.f?"-'1,:,' ff' , Lf-I -- , "' A- N 4 ' V of the Furman experience. For we came to p , G ,H l . , , A V . Q I , N- ff Ty, - - ---.....,,j' , understand peopleand through them,lrfeand g n ' A 1 ' ,. I ' . I I gr. -rl 2 - 1,3 V' -' .., ,sy I "ff" ff. how to cope In the challenging and rS,+"a ". ' 'fl ' , . . .glare - -'-- ' ever-changing world of today. , I . B.. Y I.: .I 'r I i . I, V- 411, .153 pf -5.7 ' Liv? ' ' 1 . Nj fl 'X r -r my QI: ff-, il- .- ' " 1' 'J f ' T. Q . ,- ' 1 FHA' 5 if ' , . c - L ,Ax gn X ' v F'-f' .. T l , s A ' fv.. 'Ft' yu! mfv ' .- . 1,55 ul E 4? 3 of I ,. I , 1 f- . ','-- u',i -' r . 1 l u in -i 'g -Q Q F sm: :xg inf? Larry Abrams, Pelzer Religion Carlton Allen, Wrens, Ga English Jerry Allen, Greenville Psychology Meredith Allen, Flich mond, Va Urban Studies Debbie Anderson, Maxwell AFB, Ala. Art Theodore David Anderson, St Paul, Minn EBA Cheryl Andrews, Macon. Ga English Leslie Hamilton Armstrong, Greenville Political Science Wilda Grace Armstrong, Seneca Elementary Education Beth Arnold, Greenville Music Education Sally C. Arnold, Atlanta. Ga Biology Nancy Arrington, Gainesville, Fla Elementary Education Jean M. Ashley, Spartanburg Political Science Alan D. Austin, Greenville EBA Steven F. Baker, South Glen Falls, N Physical Education David A. Baldwin, Abingdon, Va Chemistry Bill Ballantine, Fort Meyers, Fla Religion Mary Ballenger, Spartanburg Political Science Billy Barbee. Columbia Computer Science-Mathematics Carey Barry, Fort Myers. Fla Chemistry John Baskin, Decatur. Ga History Jirn Beardan, Greenville Church Music Belle Belew, Atlanta Ga English iff? Y 45' 'A -.E . 1 fv W t 5 ff:-all . fe, B f"-ms wa -vi ,-.Q,., ' fi S , 2' .- AM 3. Q J -- Q, -df X A?" - .t,k. gg , W , Zo- fftk ,,,.x K1 -1--3.-1 SN-vigil ltlllll K. L emi? ...aa ..--vw, Nfl Y .: : GY' ' . A Q'sQ'iS':r -3' X Sfrivi . V as or-9 'I ' . -, i W 1 X Quit ' ,sw X T wg ' . jx V j X N 5 N . 'V ,Q . v 5. . - as M- 'X 'rs N ' A it ' -Q, nr an N . X - - A J 'V ' - , x i - ' we 3 93 - -of -4 ' 325, .,. ' 2, !W"'! ij " I, " c .-...,, - ,-Nxt, rj ,wt -:sm W 1 54: A S. t X , M' T , fi -r -Kg: -Q A- l wi' xx - f of ist, " . . , 1, L mi'X'.' . 'I . ' X X XQX WN New Wt3'Ps5ee1::'L' ggi- " ' W3 . ' fig, ., ZH it X t . N x X AQ to it v L ,., y A ., . ' "fQ,,Lr- -1 F R . A . A IQ!! 'CNN--1. 'Nb sV42"'9r , 3, N X t t Q ,. :: 'nv' b -'Ig 'Ar we 4 . ' X 'A r -4' rw., , , W . f i F we -,N M, ,. g.f.::mX5-Q, ' - , - Q, l, 4 I ,wr 5... N, -t t K.. w ,. .. ., XN..,.,,.,-:mv it N it X Xx XX: Nt X . , ' t .aw - -1 X Q 3 N KX , its-df' is X Sarah Virginia Bell, Atlanta, Ga. English Carolyn Bennett, Atlanta Ga. Physical Education James D. Bennett Jr., Greenville EBA Alice L. Blackwell, Travelers Rest Political Science Lynne Allyson Blair, Greenville Elementary Education Coralyn Blissit, McDonough, Ga. EBA Robert Joseph Blumer, Clinton Political Science Paul Michael Bolzan, Towson, Md. Biology M. Stuart Bonner, Jr., Augusta, Ga Chemistry Stephen Bounds, Ellicott City, Md. Political Science Nancy Bozeman, Greenville Sociology Pam Brannon, Norcross, Ga. Art Randalyn Brannon, Norcross Ga. Psychology Donald Brantley, Decatur, Ga Psychology Charles J. Bridwell, Taylors Computer Science Jane Broadway, Loris English Cheryl Brock, Anderson Elementary Education Pam Bryan, Greenville Education Bobby Bumgardner, Lancaster Physical Education Charles A. Bundy, Jr., Lancaster Business Administration Faye Burgess, Orangeburg Church Music Cheryl A. Burkart, Atlanta, Ga. Elementary Education Rebecca Lynne Burns, Greenville Special Education Don Byerly, Doraville, Ga, Political Science Mark Caldwell, Signal Mtn., Tenn. History Carol Ann Cambra, Marletta, Ga. Special Education Cydney Capell, Greenville Psychology David Carpenter, Stanley, N.Y Physical Education Sandy Cervera, Greenville Special Education Susan E. Chrismon, Greenville Computer Science Carol E. Cline, Greenville Sociology Renee Coates, Greenville Elementary Education Carol Ann Coble, Greenville Elementary Edu cation James Michael Coggins, Greenville Computer ScienceMatl'1ematics T. Stanley Cole, Anderson Religion Gene Cook, Wake Forest, N C. Rellglon Sam Gene Cook, Anderson Religion Steve R. Cook, Tavares, Fla EBA David E. Cotey, Murfreesboro, Tenn. Chemistry John A. Cottingham, Greenville Political Science Cary Allen Coutant, Clearwater, FI. Physics Rick Crittenden, Newport News, Va. Music Education Teri Crocker, Atlanta, Ga. French Frederick Douglas Culcleasure, St, Matthews EBA Robert Edward Cuttino, Jr., Lancaster Church Muslc M. Fred DeFoor, Jr., Iva Church Music Douglas A. Dodson, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. EBA. Randall James Dotts, Orlando, Fla, Psychology Don Doty, Kingsport, Tn. EBA Sharon Douglas, Decatur, Ga, ICP William J. Dreyer, St. Petersburg, Fla Biology James Robert Dunaway, Clinton Music Danny L. Durham, Anderson Political Science Delon Durham, Macon, Ga, EBA Linda W. Edwards, Norwich, N. Y EBA X Political Science Anne Emerson, Norlolk, Va English Val Enlow, Tampa, Fla Elementary Education Valerie J. Epps, Columbia Music uint' V V tex.,- ' .1 I ny, Us E KE- wt J f C " . A 52 l an -1.--. 'Q -I R, x l 1 I f as ez ll K S. I' 1 ,gg 1 1 1 f 'gf my -' . 5 'V so ' Y V M-f .I w SEM - .E , QW ., A it I 1 ,,.. 11' 'Vx 4 22 f.. nib 4' , .fa ,. nf -s .J ' M 4,a:.m V Jfmwwy ' 4 . Q, , ' xrjaff My Q. 4? 4 zz' R .,,r' - .1-971' 'Aff' ,vw V' Y- .' " 'i-13,11 lf ,,,,. , Q 7. i f -...wc 'TQV E 1 1 ' .fi-Q26 if L6 - " Qlqif. . .t . 'V Vi 3 :ef JA if V it . ., X., 53 -z -... V t miie. a .0 ,440-be s 3 'mf -fe, 41- 'Y Q N4 'VOD 1--jp so mm ft. J V ffl a ...KL if J ,J 3 X 'Y 'V '6- 'F' x .1--, q--v rv I ,O A X v54WFZEf?"f1EF-w .. "',' 1lj'iL...w . if.. .ii " We N .Atv I b r R -r 75 Q If A. L 5 i T F4 iam.. 11 4 rf. 11? 1 I ... -,., ,,, Q A Y I ':- . L 1: , J Y ,s 1, .. -, - .-L, , X ..,,.g,,,w,4Z?3g mg, ' -1 if -- - -X , eb.: ..- it A ' i' f A. 1 1 5' . 'fl 'f 'N' "' .1 fl , f 4' ' -2 ' f 'V W .--. on . " ' .l W .- f ., .f -, i xii ' 9 , f j, r " 1 " ' ' ll' aff' 03111:-i ' 1 L Q- Fall -1 l V. ,,.,. . A . I R' . , ,V , if ' Q fl. N' M3 ig ,- ., y vi 'F E --ti - ,. Lai . 'C '!v?,S.,, ,Q -t "' K W . A 923 'iE?13E5E'E l 4 vcr' V ,' f. e 'N A nw- ei 'za ,ar 'sf - wager ai E. Q .,, y , ,,,, 1, ,gl H AVYW ' V ' C. iw ,tfpr K Q, ,W " iii. 1... if ss' W. ,. 'T 'Uv- . , .- ,. """ .1 , .4 -v 4, """ Q ' ,ft M! 't if" . . .,,,. M., 6 . ' " V' ' ,,, . ,Wit ,r - .la ,. .t W -.., ti' ' . it ' . 7 " I F ' je -+ QV.. V ,V ' . I 'wi , V ' " . - l i' - f ' Q ',, Q? I 1 -A ' sf -.V ' ' " at - , .5 ' 1 4. . W. ef .ff , .. .ff "wr f X f" . '- i '11- : ,ff it ,. NM i ' .4 1 i:25..i - '- ' .. ' u 1522:-i -f ff' 'Xi . A '.:'.' ... g A Bill Evans, Atlanta, Ga. History Kathy Evans, Knoxville, Tenn. Spanish M. Grayson Evans Jr., Charleston Chemistry Ken Ezell, Jacksonville, Fla. Business Administration Kim Ezell, Spartanburg Physical Education Tomi Fish, Doraville, Ga. Computer Science - Math Dargan Flowers, Hansville Chemistry Mickey Foxworth, Conway Fieligion Brant Freeman, Camden History Terry Neal Freeman, Gainesville, Ga. EBA Rick Fudge, Edgemoor Music Jean Fulmer, Columbia Education Fluthanne L. Gable, Anderson Elementary Education Katherine Ann Galloway, Atlanta, Ga Biology Roderick Gay, Wilmington, Del. Political Science Cynthia Elaine Gibson, Fort Mill Biology James B. Gibson, Jr., Bamberg English Miriam Rose Gillespie, Spartanburg Physical Education Bobette Lynn Gillum, Atlanta, Ga. French Jeflrey Nissley Gingrich, Mount Joy, EBA Eugene Godbold, Savannah, Ga. Business Administration Andrew P. Goss, Silver Spring, Md. Business Administration Gary W. Gramkow, Oradell, N. J. EBA Fred T. Grant, Winter Park, Fla. EBA Coyann Gray, Greenwood English Hugh Braxton Green Jr., Staunton, Va Political Science Floss Greene, Travelers Flest Business Administration Jon Davis Greer, Greenville Political Science Bill Grifiin, Charlotte, N. C. Math James M. Grills, Kingsport, Tn. EBA Mary June Grimes, Bartow, Fla. Early Childhood Education Richard A. Gunter, Union Sociology Bob Hall, Winter Park, Fla. Chemistry Katherine Marie Harder, Lake Jackson Tx Biology Patti Harmon, Union Special Education Thomas A. Hart Ill, Charleston Political SciencelSoclology Athena Hassiotis, Greenville Political Science Tommy Hays. Greenville English Emma Ruth Helms, Darlington History Cindy Hemphill, Clarkesvllle. Ga, Biology Rob Hendrickson, Clearwater, Fla, Business Administration Jill Hennessey, Gainesville, Ga Psychology Margaret Watt Hicks, Iva Organ Performance Pamela Royce Higgins, Greenville Business Administration Brad S. Hiles, St Louis. Mo Business Administration Rabin Hiott, Greenville Urban Studies Beverly Anne Holder, Easley Piano Performance John R. Holder, Atlanta, Ga EBA Kurt Randall Hollar, Myrtle Beach EBA Susan Holliday, Belton Music John Robert Holloway, Bennettsville Music Education Robert C. Horton, Florence Religion Kevin Addison House, Charleston Math-Computer Science David L. Huddleston, Murrysville. Pa Geology Jay Hutt, Greenville EBA John C. Humphries, Atlanta, Ga Political Science Chuck Hussung, Murray, Ky History Richard E. Hyman, Weston, Conn Business Administration T' QFPAMHNS 2 ggi' R- 'ml : IN. If , , K fr. 'V All g s.A..,, ' ' Al F f if Q13 l ,SA ':f.-:- '65 , NA, , x - X : r I ' f"s ' ad! -"' 4 .- - -. cgi? 'Q l -S ' I X . " in ' ' -'iii -- . - J -"Xt 'w:::s:t,.. 1' ss: 2- 1: ' f f 5 ' re I u ' U ,. , f P A' - X A N I' t V V M 9 ' J ' Xlmffuw.. ' 'J l , . sr N tt, . cz: A? Q' it t B' 4-soaks +K:..K"'- 's ' I 5 --1 X A ' A 7 . al ti l .qilxdin '-if an It-W-'. x gy-4-93,5 Q.. 42- 451435 ' 1 l .fc Effie' s A: A -in 1.,v,1':4-Veg! A nfl le 'AQ X3 it X ,fs vv' 'is A VI' IJ .NP vs ..- 'sf ,.,-.-.- , ,--.4 vt... .Q-EB? 1 ,- pvvx ,motif E . is , my x X N l x 5 'f I f 15. Q V X ff 5 Q f' 1 .aff fd," ff -J 1 ... - -M 96. .tm h , . , .J l A-f-A - .:,,,,.x , ., I' 3 V, "'f:,U .- a :B .. ' , i,.g,,tt V ', SIYYIYP? . , 1 :,. . -, A 3: X k X .v A' ' x b W w 'Y' X3 N. ,, rs- .N A x :fl v ..-fs 'F- ' ,M l L' tiff f-fwfr-". ,. . .... -J, ,. xxx -1 x .,,,,. .mg . .-f . fw . . - 1 kv '. 1 V1 ., 7 'sl-rzt. . -S. 1 'hPw,:1'1,kv ,, ,f t x . s YZ?" gg, N. x K' TIF, , ,Ivv L f---jr 5 X A ,F 5. .Q ar J sf, z f Xb Q t I It t r-iw., . fvbi 'Ou fk +5 .v X xx X ...V we , . 1 -' ' a " 'gs Fred Imbrogno, Lynchburg, Va. Math Nelle S. James, Greer Sociology Raiae A. Janho, Ramallah, Israel Biology ClaYton N. Jettord, Morresville, N.C. Religion Julie Elaine Jennings, Atlanta, Ga, Computer Science Brad Jollifl, St. Petersburg, Fla Geology Michael Jones, Tigervllle Religion Roger Jones, Poughkeepsie, N.Y Biology Richard D. Kalk, Armonk, N,Y Music Education Beverly Ann Kennedy, Lexington Music Education Beth Ann Kenney, Charlotte, N C. Biology Susan Kenny, Greenville EBA-Accounting Robert C. Kerr, Charleston Chemistry Jane Kiebler, Jacksonville, Fla, Psychology Karen Lynn Kilgore, Cary, N.C, History Betsy King, Limekiln, Pa. Physical Education Curry King, Greenville Political Science Harry King, Athens, Ga Physical Education Martha Ann Kingston, Bethesda, Md. Early Childhood Education Linda Drew Kirk, Brevard, N.C French Jean Marie Klausner, Chesterfield. Mo Biology Lisa Ann Kyle, Stratlord. Ct Special Education Rita Elizabeth Landrum, Tryon, NC, Music Theory Martin LaPrade, Jacksonville, Fla, Accounting Paul Lawson, Cinnaminson, N J EBA Deborah Layson, Columbia EBA Bruce S. League, Spartanburg History Kenneth Alva Lee, Lake City, Church Music Herman Carroll Leopard. Anderson Religion Guy Lichty, Stuart, Fla. Biology Donna Elizabeth Logan, Florence Accounting Stig Michael Ludvigsen, Greer Biology!Chemistry Deborah Fl. Malac, Savannah, Ga. ICP Tom Marshall, Chamblee, Ga EBA Cynthia Martin, Clemson Psychology h A21 1 5252 i grim fggr. '- -I li: 2 Ei, .. .iv 1-55- is E Ez. J . V' 1 f l . . f if it , iss. - 1,11 .' - i 'E ilzf f ' ' ii E lg? V' i 1 9 573 P. . , i ii F532 is vi i F- -7' 2' S? l ' " lr N 2 li iii 'Pi WE ii i lui l . lt J. . ,ig 31 'bf vi' , . list . lif is ri .mfg ii : ui i ei 35,52 Tr' ,fr 4 at if P IH. J , 31 5.2153 92 Greg Martin, Greenville EBA Kristiane Martini, Greenville Spanish Curtis D. Matthews, Greenville Music Education Donna McCorkle, Lakeland, Fla Psychology Kevin J. McDowell, Dacatur, Ga Chemistry Lisa McGarity, Lawrenceville. Ga French Shelley McGinnis, Flock Hill Business Administration Sharon McGuirt, Fort Mill Music Education Phil Mclntyre, Greenville Music Education Karen McKown, Greer Music Education Julia McLarty, Decatur, Ga Chemistry Julie McMillan, Macon, Ga. Biology Sarah Elizabeth Medlin, Chamblee, Ga. Elementary Education Eveline F. Miller, Greer Religion Mark H. Miller, Birmingham, Ala Business Lee Mitchell, Brazil Geology Miriam Elizabeth Mitchell English Trudy Moody, Charleston History Darelyn Moore, Aiken Physical Education Susan Ena Moore, Decatur, Ga Church Music Mary Elizabeth Mullinnix, Greenville Music Education Lisa Neal, Franklin, N. C. Political Science - English Mary Ellis Nicholson, Knoxville, Tenn. Philosophy Paul Berlin Nix, Jr., Pickens Philosophy B. Political Science Larry Nordlinger, Plantation, Fla Physical Education David A, Nunnery Jr., Greenville Business - Political Science Eugene J. Olmi Ill, Alexandria, Va. Biology Maureen 0'Flouke, Camden English James Marvin Owens, Florence Computer Science Bt Math Pat Patten, Charlotte, N C Philosophy Sue Patterson, Greenville Elementary Education Frank Steven Patton, Onconta, Fla History - Social Science Samuel L. Pendergrast, Atlanta, Ga. English Zan Peters, Columbia Economics Pam Kllllan Phllllps, Travelers Fiest Elementary Education 7.1 , , 4 FS , -., , , fr-t Q' . rv an.. ' I I .lf ' ft 4 L , A A e ' , , , 4695- , y , . 1 . ' 'SQ , , Z. i 1 X f 'i Z -ex ,..f , 4249? 'I ': ' W Q' 3 , , Q, , 1" x N V Q f Y 'H-. V Y-. if , ,- ' 9 eg , -, U, , . , f' " ' A 5. 123- ' ' av 2' 'f Y. jg ,af 71 . I y , ,X it 1 , , ,, Q 7 .. af J X .. 1 ' ' - sax WW, if , 4,2 , il Q - . 4 t ' ll' ' M li .. V i 1. f,,-. Q .. I y V 2 Y l ., W tx In , "bf .. I A .. 4 X , I 1, jf fy r J ,, X V H , .. If , V 6 t ' . f' -. -2. ' M5 . ., ,.,- , - , ' ' a Y, Q, l f, 2 T 7 fr' ' ,K ' ' 'Y' --f if 1 W 4. e I f .4-4 1 .-v 'H X . w -u- ' ' ,Z x YN K ' 8 f if ly" I . "' 4 , 4- l Q g ' A1 R 'A haf IJ 4' o -, 'ff' ,Q mn gf' , Iris M5 , if- , , .1 . .-.li ,4 .A f ,. LQ" , 3? Ag, x ,,,,xWfA .AX . L .7 X ,. -.L 4 Q AA' ,,,.,, P' ,Qc 7' ' x my .- l i" ef to gl ' , s 'A 6, ,ix . uv :N ru ' A -7 ' x. wr 4 5 ,, 1 t :K 4 N-..,..f H --1. IW, ,f ,,,C ,,V, ,.1:, fp, Q .3 A 9 , , , ,, ,fgdiw . S . . ' W ' 2 "" ren an-1 3 fc 'QQ 1 L ,A , A ,, "' 1, x 'fof VL.. . ZZ .3 z 'i f 79, W "EZ K, V ' 1 fig, S. , - 4 Q W , , l Dt f , Q21 21' 1. , 'f 5 1 ., A44 1 Q. V ai ' 'N 4 .- .1 V-Z.. 7 Q r' ww -al -V .. 4 .W f,1'A -'-.f,,-,'fffW'f, , Q , ,Z , - - A Beth Plowden, Annandale, Pa. History Sandra Pollard, Albemarle, N. C. English Angus Tillman Poole, Orangeburg Physical Education William B. Posey, Florence Business Administration qnthia Lee Powell, Charleston Flute Performance F. Carl Powell III, Greenville Accounting Jim Powell, Chattanooga, Tn. EBA Mark Powers, Columbia Music Theory Mlliam P. Prevost, Greenville EBA Jane Price, Travelers Rest Accounting Llnda Dianne Price, West Columbia ICP William W. Pryor Jr., Simpsonville Chemustry Ranny F. Queen, Greenville Rellguon Roger Paty Rabey, Clemson ICP Jelf A. Rakes, Huntsvnlle, Ala. Chemistry Roberi W. Raymond, Bsrmrngham. Mich. - ,X ' - , ' i Polntecal Scuence Deborah Reed, Stamford. Ct Englnsh Jan Reynolds, Spartanburg Specnal Educatlon Tommy Reynolds, Bnrmlngham, Ala. Polmcal Scuence Deborah Eoline Rice, Greenvrlle Musuc Educatuon Nancy Laura Rice, Greenwood Blology 2. 32 .2 , W3 "TFTP E ' 1 .'- ,4 A fag an 5, 4.2 W ' .f 1 .. Q 5 wp Pls ..,, . , " ' "QQ ' . ' ,. -f- g. I M' .5531 if 4 fy - if - Iva' -ga ' .J Q , 4 3 x 4 ,1 'f S Q f 'Q . 5 -J"'-4-. 4 as -. ' .nf as X if . iz, 'WNY u--. 9 x K X t- . , Af'-W N-Q .,, + .vw .wg 5'- 1 X f 1. x J -,..,,M,, I Q , use , KA 1 V Q- L. ,nine , 1? ix -S, " E 0 t ,X x X is ...AN , , ,U X .,.. ,M , ,I . .va X . L.-,V ab.-, , Asia Klt Richardson, Simpsonville Sociology Kenneth J. Ries, Greensboro, N.C Political Science Crawford G. Rippy, Anderson History Richard Robbins, Greenville History Gary Sue Roberts, Charlotte, N.C. 1 History Carol Robinson, Columbia Biology Steven J. Rodberg, Raleigh, N.C. Chemistry Carlos A. Rodriguez, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Political Science Cheryl Anne Rowland, Lake Toxaway, N.C. Elementary Education Michael Leslie John Rowlands, Greenville Biology Michael R. Royster, Shelby, N.C. Business Administration Larry D. Russell, Union English Wofford Barry Satterlield, Fountain Inn Drama Sherri Ann Sellers, Atlanta, Ga. Biology Charles Shaw, Greenville English J. D. Shiilet, Anderson Religion Jawana S.Y. Sihra, Salters French Carol Ann Simms, Greer Special Education John Charles Simonsen, Rochester, N.Y. Accounting Karen Simpson, Travelers Rest Special Education David Sloan, Greenville Chemistry Angela Smith, Augusta, Ga, Religion Debbie L. Smith, Greenville English Deborah Ann Smith, Greenville Studio Art Kem R. Smith, Greenville Marc Smith, Myrtle Beach Mathematics Hugh Jennings Smyrl, Jr. Sociology William Michael Southgate, Ft. Thomas Ky. Biology Anne Sowell, Vero Beach, Fla. Chemistry Robert E. Speir Jr., Ho-ho-kus, N.J. Biology Lee A. Spinks, Columbia Political Science Fair Stewart, Spartanburg Education Nancy Louise Stewart, Pickens English Donnie Stilwell, Greenwood English Susan Storey, Spartanburg Elementary Education 'r 1 " A ". .Amr I V -T 1 mf", N-.' , ..:- Li gf. f nd., A , f1 rkff. -' 4 f 1 1 "tif .- , . . tl, ,Q ,J ,x 1-1 , 1' f 9 uf .PYT ' 1 s fn., "if "5 is if if N., 44 ,, "iii .y., 151,- ,Q A 9. bf .Hi .- ,Ep " Al ., . Viz ' iii 4? Si ware fi I .'- 5,3 fx. ff: .5 f ,M mi, . 13 . 2, ,M if .,, 1 1. if 's 5 5 . F. . 2 I . r A 7 5n'W'F.d"7f7Tw7Tm -Y'W'v'ww1 ' -7' ' Y' ' ' ' 'W' in 'Yi-V Fountains in the moonlight, an oak-lined avenue f place that-once-upon-a-time was new t Colo-rs in the autumn, the rain at winter time ..,lt's1I'ikeA 'living in a picture, it's like living in a rhyme. ' ',i 'Xlquiet lake at sunset, the bells chime out the hour And roses are a very special kind of flower Looking back on memories of moments spent with you Dreaming of the future, learning what we have to do. Fountains in the moonlight, waters of wisdom that we desire The bell chimes - a tradition that we most admire Echoes of a glorious past, the present lights the way To build a brighter future where the heart can always stay. And my home is in the shade of Paris Mountain In a valley where the heart can only see And when time takes me away, in my heart there'Il always stay The shade of Paris Mountain and the thought of you and me. - F. Jane Swindler ' - a' 7' I' 'Vo ' ' S f 'J 4-17 'QS we 'Q'-D. U sis' ,,. ,O .. .Q f A., u.1' A . p 5 . GQ" t,,, .'+-rftrs, - R Q . ..x-U'-'f "'- tg A ""Q:i"..' ' fi K- "Ti.iYHi'9Z45Q9?i'1S'K 1125! --L Mary Elizabeth Streett, Florence Music Education James E. Stroman, Greenville Music Education Kenneth S. Suddreth, Wilmington, Del. Urban Studies Thomas Martin Sullivan, Chicago, III. Philosophy Larry Summey, Spartanburg Religion Cheryl Ann Swanson, Myrtle Beach ICP David Louis Sweet, Beltsville, Md. Church Music Barry Swiger, Greenville Chemistry Frances Jane Swindler, Columbia Church Music Robyn Switzer, Monroe, Ohio Education Paula Jean Swope, Aiken German David H. Taylor, Bethesda, Md. EEA Gale Thomas, Downmgtown, Pa. Special Education Patricia Anne Thomas, Spartanburg Early Childhood Education Victor W. Thomas, Kingsport, Tenn. Biology Mack Thomason, Greenville Biology Mike Thomason, Greenville Biology Dennis Toth, Toledo. Ohio EBA David Trone, East Berlin, Pa ICP Joy Tyner, Baguio, Philippines Early Childhood Education 9129 ? 1 ' 1 Q ,fa , l 1 2 ,r A " -- ik, g ' 'Jaw ' 3- . ,.. fl., -1 I 4: an " f-' War! :Gm y f ' ,fly Y 'Za 1 I A A 1 ' - -a J 1,73 1' ici i 2 ' 3 f if ff 1 T ., N l 49' ,fa-.,, ,f- Arx '11 f, V .I ee-f--P Q f 4 4 6 1 1? if '71-if vw ! - N -sr- fr -.1 X xp 14. Nfl ff? ,. l V 'ef vi -G b I, ' .t All 52' G 'I ff? E3 fo? 51' fri V f M T 2 it T sg tn' .11 X. ...,. , '13 4' I 7-Q """,v- . ns ar - . fi' s-if 3 ' K g f fir -' M 1, ,. af. , l 1 rr A' 5 1 jf 5 . , 1 gif: ' ' I- ,r-.. iii ' .Q "-.F ' list- - ff 1""' i, 4. ., 3 'P .nk 4- Q svn' 1 r x 1 x ', M -t J .. 1 X as F-, , f , F4 ' ' tt , VM' 'CN vr--. , ,A -zggz.. P , ' ' it 1 ,Q ax ic. ,w f ,. 1, I 5 . . 'Q'- Xi... I . bfb n er .1 ,I R , ve --,h NJ ex A.. 4 vw-1 ,f 3-f ,nf -.1 J.,-. , . IRL l .f , ,,,, l . I 'Ns 'Ts ':'2"'s gjxylf' l C A -vu , P 5 1' 0- Us 2'-.ey 'mx -rg, .fy rn, 5' s i za X 'c ,, ,J ' "R-23'L'Y xg Philip Underwood, Cam pobello Mathematics Ron Underwood, Greenville Religion Pamela Upton, Asheville, N. C. History Russell Gray Vance, Clinton French Frederick L. Van Swearingen, Clearwater, Fla Physics Maria Vargas, Garrett Park, Md. Mathematics Claudia Glenn Vassy, Gaffney Sociology Wilbur Slater Vincent, Greenville EBA Ryan Wade, Spartanburg Psychology Hilton 'Red' Walters, McLean, Va Biology Sandy Warmels, Doraville, Ga. Music Education Flick Watkins, Atlanta, Ga. Mathematics William Kirby Wedemeyer, Potomac, Md. Religion Bill Welch, Spartanburg Art John Wells, Camden EBA Brad Westmoreland, Charlotte, N. C. Mathematics Cindy Wheat, Sumter Chemistry Laura Lynn White, Dover, Del. English Luther W. White IV, Ashland, Va. Political Science Kenneth P. Wiland, Aiken EBA Vicki Will, Hartsville Music Education Deanne Williams, Homestead, Fla. Music Education Lynda Williams, Clemson Music Scott C. Vlhlliams, Oak Ridge, Tenn Political Science Mlliam S. Wilson, Greenville Music Steve Homer Vlhlson, Gainesville, Ga. Business Celeste Wingard, Columbia History Michael Burke Winters, Crofton, Md. Religion Bill Vlhlliams EBA Paul A. Wood, Jr., Camden ICP Robert P, Wood, Camden Political Science Ann Woodfin, Inman English Shebra Geva Wortherly, Sumter Physical Education Scott C. Wright, Gainesville, Fla. History Joseph J. Zabriskie, Fair Lawn, N. J. Elementary Education Junior Steve Adams, Honea Path Kim Anderson, Atlantic Beach, Fla. Michael Armistead, Atlanta. Ga Sheri Lea Armitage, Marietta, Ga Jane Bracken Ashcraft, Charlotte, N.C Jeannie Sue Baltimore, Greenville Phil Barker, Vincennes, In Tricia Barnes, Charleston Richard Barr, Tallahassee, Fla. Ford Baskin, Decatur, Ga Jennie Ruth Batson, Spartanburg Steve Bennett, Roswell, Ga. Joey Berkowitz, Greenville James F. Berl, Wilmington, Del, Don Blakely, Greenville David Blalock, Greenville Kim Bledsoe, Greenville Laurence Blood, Jr., New Hampton, N. George C. Boney, Jr., Pickens David Branch, Bock Hill Orzella Brandyburg, Orangeburg Judy Brockman, Greenville Debra Brook, Macon, Ga Richard E. Brooks, Winston-Salem. N.C James Anthony Bryan, Greenville Julia Burke, Bristol Tenn Bonnie Burkett. Greenville Lisa A. Burnett, Greenville A 'E . " ve wi Q ff 'ff ' x I 'Ct 9' ...f .mg - , ,nm-it , -.... - . 'A ,ll T ' fp- X. , ff' 1' x Q Q. agp .tx.,,.,g,N fa -Mme... ...a 'Q-4 --1 -sz in ' V iff' . ' 'Sa x at 'lik--, N Qiiix gl .ff fer.. MQ' K, N ,,'f'f,- '. ix . x , 5 rw let A X V ' - '-Y. x .1 ' .ii , 'I' -an r? 5' . it Y t .Q , Q ' na 'ix 'Q , x L: J - ,pg My x - NX f 1 . .. .1 fvlm ' -Y' 1' ' MJ! 'f9'TE- e. .Q- t, L N-1 535 0. W ig 25 fri. nr" if ,K vis Vrmv N-wx' - . ,N-ew' Z Wo- '9 if f- r NA vi ,Q ji l stir: wf if ' - e. .. - -s 1? , . sl, 1 , . - .435 av iw rg: 1' i 62.5 fs B f Y-r wr-'Y . we ,.. L' -r 1--1 so f' 1- .1 .Q -vf Y K' -.f V , , J ff! ..,., ,, ff- f ' 5, . . , :Fr 'K' " Z? QT f "' A I sf- "' " -.1 Y , 3"1:kf:5E :: ' Tzffvff' gn,-sv-.V ,552 -41' fc , -Q t - . , . he-K 'ff . ' A Q4 ' , y sf, 2 X4 ' Q ,pw 'H . .4 I 1' .1 i me . in fi, N, X-'-1. If i gtg. 1 -,-.. A 2 ,gli "H .fffg SI '-3 4' .- Ss fl. K V ' --.. 1 kj, r C " C , . , -fl , . 'Q .sstgbm Q35 ji- 'fer 5 '2 'r 'ff Q N '- X ,E 5 . J Y 'R ' M v ,,. lf l . wi, Aa -- 1 A fi s A A A ' v 6 'P . . T 5. ,. ., F - Q ' 1 X ul 1? ,X ug., V k , i 4 f 1 X XF7Zf7 Inc" ':'?'5? f Q Wyndie J. Burriss, Anderson Lethea Butler, Donald Cyndi Campsen, Isle of Palms Scott Caraway, Flidgefirld, Ct, Trey Carson, Union Cathy Steel, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla, Martha Jane Cates, Kernersville, N,C. Mary Beth Chandler, Greenville John E. Chapman, Greenville Jim Church, Charlotte, N,C. Catherine Clark, Chattanooga, Trl. Jett Clark, Atlanta, Ga, Wayne Coley, Greenville Janet Cone, Summennlle Faye Conits, Greenville Melinda Conn, Nashville, Tn Dave Corbitt, Columbia Sheri Cornelius, Jacksonville, Fla. Stephen Crain, Greenville Melodie Craine, Anderson Cindy Creech, Barnwell Michael D'Adamo, Garden City Beach Debbie Daniel, Travelers Flest Scott 0, Davenport, Belle Vernon, Pa. Annette C. Davis, Greenville Melinda Davis, Florence Susan Day, Greenwood Jacqueline Olivia Dillard, Enoree Carolyn Dodds, Charleston Johnnie Sue Dodenholl, Columbia Elaine Donnan, Charlotte, N.C. Susan Doyle, Daytona Beach, Fla. John Edington, Largo, Fla J. Mark Elliott, Kingsport, Tn, Marianne Ellison, Greenville Philip G. Emanuel, Lancaster Judy Feasel, Deland, Fla. Carol G. Ferguson, Floswell, Ga. Carol Fiske, Taylors Beverly Flanagan, Greenville Beth Folmar, Anderson Tom Fohner, Dalzell Brigg Foster, Tampa, Fla Tlm Fraylick, Columbia Betty Gaddy, Danville, Va. Robert Edward Garren, Greenville Kathy Gleim, Doraville, Ga. Brian E. Goerke, Riverton, N.J, Karen Larissa Goodlert. Moore Taryn Gordon, Murrells Inlet Cynthia E, Gossett, Greenville Lorle Grundman, St Petersburg, Fla Jo Anne Gutekunst, Gwynedd, Pa Eddle J. Gwock, Greenville Cathy Haas, Decatur, Ga, Joseph R. Hames, Union Edward Harold Hammett, Greenville Phil Hammond, Frederick, Md Jullana Hancock, N Charleston Pamela A. Hardeman, Greenville Phillip Hare, Greenvllle Thomas Harklns, Taegu, Korea Debbie I-latchell, Ware Shoals Debble Hawkins, Signal Mountain, Tenn Janet L. Hawkins, Greenville Nancy Hell, Boca Raton, Fla Emlly Hester, Norcross, Ga Linda Hoadley, Largo, Fla Vu Hoang, Greenville Mickey Hodges, East Point, Ga. John Holcombe, Columbia Malcom H. Horry, Greenville Kathleen Hoy, Mt Pleasant Paul W. Hullman, Anderson Jan Hunt, Travelers Rest Anne Jackson, Ridgecrest, N C Gary Ft. James, Anderson Jane Jennlnga, Greenville Ellen Jones, Greenville Robert Fl. Jones, Taylors Tommy Jordan, Effingham Mona Jowers, Folly Beach Fotlnl Karaslotos, Greenville Ward Raymond Keeney, Anderson Bath Kelly, Cocoa, Fla C. Edward Kennedy, Jr. Greenville Chlehl Kent, Herndon, Va Nancy Klrk, Greenville Merrle Koester, Columbia Sharon L. Kruschwltz, Tampa, Fla Bob LaGarda, Greenville Danlell Landers, Riverdale, Ga Deborah L. Landes. Greenville Martha A, Larson, Knoxville, Tenn, Janet Laurltzen, Taylors Mary Kalherlne Lawrence, Lookout Mountain. Lauritzen, Tenn ,JO 1 X 1? 7, 7- 'W' Ti' fs' e- .1- s- . -. ', fs-1 N - . - Q2 ot., , J . 'Ina '- N l -nz W N 'X , r ,t X ' l l Q ' X aw- A gy 'kv ac." 5 'gd rr v., t T ,l I Q 3 , 44,3 4.7 , K, , 5 ' I lo., I J 'Q' " l A f ' l f. irc., 'X V g J. X-A ,l VA I . ,N I -I xx - er y V 'mf , ' 'f' N, l . ,-,Q-Ry Q 'E 3 ,gl 5- 'ff Qi J - ky -,l' ,,, AR 'f' '-ee r TN' r Q. Q.,-' .Q ' YS, v 1 lr Q :V A wil a, -T., - l .1 'Si , 1' ,,,. .W . I N . Y r .S 1 5 is ' 1- af' r:.QX.1s,fX , eff ' G - ' - ' '- 4 6 Q 1 I :X r: 9 'gf ,, , -V , ' ,il J Q' .. 1 4 ' -G ei- 4' V YI' t -X 1 G x. L ' G' ' 6 l :ESQ l ,' 1 I , L ' MES A' 1 . A - .xv 2' 1 11,4 qs. ,tx ix Q ' .rg X ,v L 1 vi' :Y :I n ' ' - l nu ti EQ ,t ' ,IX " , 'A l s P ,- - ,a v '-- Liv- ,f ., . ,W . ' . ' far 6 ...rv -S.: 'It tx fm 'Wh L. X. " tyj-1'-if-N 6 e. - ,, aj X --e T1 ' , -f 1 ' ai. I ' E 'K G 452' -'R , , 4, 1 , Q ' :ln 1 K, 'Y ' . ,. w Q L., . I .b . is ff 245' , AQ 4 1 ' V 4 " sv ' - Q. ' 1 if . Q cv W Y Q ' . x 14' i - 5: A JJ: 'Q -f W X pl l A. X .1 g WW IQ? , I V Susan Lee, Atlanta, Ga. Art Leighton, McLean, Va. Jay Leone, Pompano Beach, Fla, Doanld C. Lewis, Jacksonville, Fla Margaret London, Blacksburg Carter H. Lynch, Jacksonville, Fla. Mark MacCoy, Williamsburg, Va Raymond E. Mackay, Barnville Roma Maddox, Duncan Mary Mallard, Roswell, Ga. Sandy Marks, Daytona Beach, Fla Thom Martin, Floebuck William Martin, Miami, Fla. Susan Mason, Chattanooga, Tenn Susan E. McCullough, Spartanburg Brian Kenneth McGreevy, Charleston Kathy Mclnvaille, Charleston Deborah McLendon, Carrollton, Ga, Carl W. McNair, Jr., Columbia David Brian Meers, Florence Anita Rose Megee, Leavenworth. Kan. James A. Merrett, Charleston Anne Miller, Charlotte, N. C Miriam Mitchell, Clemson Brad Mitchum, Manchester, Ga John Mobley, Gastonia, N C, Hazel P. Monteith, Blythewood Jane Moore. Gainesville, Ga. Terri Morgan, Hanahan Rick Mosteller, Chatsworth, Ga. .x. av 4' 5 -1' 1 ca., .L , . .,.,, s - f Ar , ' za.-A G A fr , ,Q lr . fa 1.,,,g..- ,.j..,- . ,,,,35h r ' 2 i V' 1 43, f f ' -'ft .ma ' -1-2 I M ' .49 I ff ' 2 ... 'ft ff' . . Q -Q 'fa wi . 4 ' A A Ci" . ," ' , W 'At l " it 4 fe is ' M I ' 4 . if A 2 W' fi. fi., ,A Q-TW lt , ii Tj 'M S as iam aa- FC" ' 4 , ., .z ,. 'fs-'W V, at -. .1.:.-.2,.1.3,:,:,155,-I:,:,1,z1,,,35f3.,,5E5 A 1, 'arf 5 1 f fe ff 'f W' 4' 7 1 .0 2.1, , ,K . ff 7 ., I 4 K ,, ,- .2- 'am -,fr . .IL C. 1 1 :K r 1 1. 47' , , .Ziff-' - M- y V .V - 'iv ,ms-' ' ,-g,1,.,2::jf V - ,E 'V ge-.115 . 1 ' ' ,- ,f 'Q - . - 0 ,X V g 'is' 41 WLXJW mtl. ? . ., .. , I wdlfr 1, " ' 'if 'fy : X y, . .S ' L 4 U Z, ,fc . , A ,.,, i 9, N T. .' . - 1 . - a- - rm 4 " qw 3 ,, 'ff' A ' ' kia .. - , -., '- , ' H wg- V 1 '- ' V ' .fax iw i f 5 V Q. - H .4 , Q. A S J L 63 . - W -:ff ' -.J -:.,- W 1: t if ' , f 5215.5 f -W -- V 3. -ff' ,lk v -I Q. , 'jig - s . af' 4' ri' L .1-tl, . ,f ,, "ex 'X 1 ,, , g ' i. - .. - 'V' . 1.1.13 '5 gh i ' f am i' 4 . "' A l 'ff 'S-- JYSN-97 - b A 2. ,. . , '- A " ., ' -. ,, fgg.. .5 ,fl 1 1,3 217- ' ., ' L 1' Q -L ' Q i - 1 ' -gi or-P-4 ,, ' N Y 22-32:11 -...W f :V--1,151-. -.i i .,! X ' jf-,g,.,j -ggz f, .jf"Ja :5:uf:1,..a-zgz' , V-It fl ' , l KX 21512 X , -1 " , A1 5-3 re. :. - .et . ,gf e ' ,l-2 ,-sw . y if 1 as ' V ,A 4- Q- - . - Je- . . - -- ...., . , - , , .1-gl., Q., ,,. S- 4 Q' , -114' - -,17-- ,-7, 4,11 . i f g fi, Q ba ' ,,,. ' ' 55:4 our 'H' '58 'kv 43' . x , n . I. an - Mi' Mg ,.,,. GL . rx ,ffm Aj. . X ,X .,, X . J, Mm W! 5.5 . 2' . ek? -'S'-if we M , an 'sa 4: 5? 5' up , , ' .f 2?.,'w'4 7 'J " 1. '- Iwi' A fo . ' f ef- Q V ,. ,, .wi fr fy , 'f'f'f17fl"' 4:- f X f l W A4- fe., .,..,,.., ,. ,. . . . ....., . , -,,, - '- V -1- 1 G v--1..f.f::-,f- -- -,li -' '- ,-:We . ,Q ' -'gzgszf' :.4::25:2,:- , 1-f. . ,,,. . ,gf 5, ,ru ,, 'ix . ,A V F z, 'lu' , VV V- ' Q, .f,. '7 V ' 5 if -X .- .L ' ' -1- f -2, " 4: , , , as , . t .- .f a- , .ng yi. ws.. -- ,u .i.. - i. L X x V an Q .A qw 1 . ' 7 S L'5:,'Ii::" f t ' 151 , , K wi 'J fy f l "ie ,?.21:g,. ,gs-'Y - ., . ,' f , V .. A,4,., v , l I -L 'X i 5' , f Q .Ja - xt. . H- ll K L Nancy Joyce Nagele, Norristown, Pa. Lynn Nanney, Greenville Lynn Neely, Spartanburg Betsy Nelson, Champaign, lll. Adelyn Nichols, Hickory, N. C. Tom Norrell, Simpsonville Michael A. Norris, Hendersonville, N. Suzanne Eileen 0'DonneIl, Greenville Sarah Pair, R1chmond.Va. Betty Lenora Parker, Summerville Shepard A. Parsons, Orlando, Fla. Johnny Patrick, White Oak Maggie Payne, Fort Myers, Fla. Carolyn Peck, Poland, Ohio C Robert A. Pendergrast, Jr., Atlanta, Ga. Heath C. Phillips, Hampton, Va. Pam Pinkston, Charlotte, N. C. Darlene Pipkin, Miami, Fla. Larry J. Pittman, Greenville Linda Plumley Pittman, Taylors Ikey Pitts, Rembert Blake Poole, Lawrenceville, Ga. Sam Portlock, Winter Haven, Fla. Helen Ruth Powell, Spartanburg David E. Powers, Pelham, N. Y. Lynn Powers, Simpsonville Charles M. Price Ill, Tampa, Fla. John Pruitt, Danville, Va. Hunter Pugh, Greenville Pamela Ramseur, Greenville Eddie E. Ramsey, Inman Alan Ray, Seneca Robert Reed, Chattanooga, Tenn, Julie Revis, Greenville Belinda J. Reynolds, Virginia Beach, Va Lester L. Reynolds, Hartsville L. Margaret Rice, Anderson Douglas Roberts, Flat Flock, N. C. Coleman Robinson, Columbia Keren Ruth Roper, Ajloun, Jordan Margaret Roper, Seneca Susan Sanders, Winston-Salem, N, C. Clndy Scott, Mill Creek, W. Va. Leigh Scott, Lawrenceville, Ga. Pam Seavy, Hopewell, Va. Mlke Sells, Orangeburg Doe Sheehan, Bernardsville, N. J. Prakash Sihra, Salters Melissa A. Silver, Tigerville James H. Simkins, Jr., Greenville Amelia Sims, Greenville Gwen Sims, Athens, Ga. Kathleen Sites, Washington, DC M. Jeanine Skinner, Anderson Katharine Fl. Slonaker, Winchester, Va. Ben Smith, Tallahassee, Fla Tommie W. Smith, Dillon Thomas R. Snader, Berwyn, Pa, LeRoy Snead, Camp Springs, Md, Chelsea Snelgrove, Leesvllle Vicky Sorgini, Lake Worth, Fla Sieve Spence, Atlanta, Ga, Robert Michael Steele. Spartanburg Tom Stephenson, Charlotte, N C Sabrina Stevenson, Greer Danny Stewart, Raleigh, N,C, Ernest Charles Stines, Canton, N.C. Tim Stoud, Davidson, N.C. Carol J. Styles, Hickory, N C Robert Y. Suggs, Atlanta, Ga Allison Swain, Marietta, Ga Sherri Taylor, Tucker, Ga, Anna Thode, Clemson Wanda Thomas, Greenville Sharon Marie 11ll, Saluda Martha Unsley, Greenwood Chip Tolleson, Columbia Patricia Anita Toole, Lugotl Brad Tornwall, St Petersburg, Fla Malcolm McEachern Trevillian, Clemson Kathy Lynn Trout, Chesnee William C. Tuggle, Bernardsville, N J 7 -if war i 'b -N..- is i 1 ,gig 'X W i S3 x 4 X X . A , ,-. 5.9 rv' Q iv fag Q .se-4 A f J - ' Q Qi an , ',Nr, g ll! ,icfil I 'r ifgf fi TFQYLXI. , A A so H. .Q Neff il l if A i 1' 'l -wrnfsr:svfwir'svw,- - W' - 1 -ma' - ,ff-.1 -f "'We -' we 'ss' g,,. 1 , V ', ,J ,. . e i if ,.,, 1 T' :Z if XX 'Q 42 -. " " V 'H i"'i'?'5 Paul William Amedeus Valle, Old Green r l 'Y wich, ci. Q, ,.. N X 'j Greg Veal, Augusta, Ga. "' "' 'W' Marla l.. Walker, McCormick . V---:Q Q gli 3 Chipp Walters, Chapel Hill, N,C. 1' Jan Warwick, Greenville ,V I , Leslie Anne Watkins, Germantown, Tenn x I A - N -mx, X ' . 'A jx: Jan Weatherly, High Point, N,C. t , " Diane Wedgworth, Belle Glade, Fla. . x 3 it , i Sixllii' ' ' ,' l. ,.. ' .- Q A '- -: Hall 33' , , 'dr Patricia M. Whelan, Travelers Rest 1 ' ' Dee Dee White, Dover, Del. , 1 -Ji., ' , A 'P I? - 9, I -' , :M J 51. r . xx ' ln A' ' A I ' A ,, 15, I .- W 1-5 'Q -'fx rv- Jetlrey H. Wieler, Greenville - Q N Kay Wigley, Langley L X '..f ' V S .. , W "' Bryan Crawford Williams, Taylors . Lei Williams, Greenville Marshall Williams, Anniston, Al. Chet A. Williamson, Conway Cathy Wilson, Greenville Russell H. Wise, Greenville G. Ken Wright, Lyman E Maggie Zechiel, Payton, Ohio .. W 5 ' Q flm - -,,'.. fb MV M V ' -f-'asylum'--W HHMWW EMMA an-.4 "1 , me 5 ,l-, ,7 ,ef " - " --.Qu -C 9--. S :. ij , N N Sophomore Jon Acker, Greenville Richard J. Ackermann, Sumter James A. Alexander, Seneca John M. Allord, Tallahassee, Fla Rhonda Allen. Cayce Katherine Ann Anderegg, Sulllvans Island Kyle Anderson, Spartanburg Mary Anne Anderson, LaGrange. Ga. Kurt Ardaman, W G., Fla. Lynda Armstrong, Columbus, Ga. Bllly Arrington, Greenville Roger Aston, Elberton, Ga. Geofl Atkins, Greer Helen Baden, Miami Shores, Fla. Dianne Baker, New Zion Darla Alane Bandy, Greenville Anna Barbrey,Greenvrlle Stewart B. Barfield, Macon, Ga. Lisa Baroody, Florence Leslee Bates, Greenville Rick Baumgarner, West Union Kim Beamer, Atlanta, Ga. David O. Belcher, Barnell Chris Bennett, Valparaiso, Fla. Dana Benson, Greer Ronald Steven Blackston, Greenville Marshall Blalock, Charleston Mary Boswell, Bethesda, Md. John B. Bowden, Greer Becky Bowers, Columbia Michele Bowser, Jacksonville Beach, Fla, W. Charles Boyd, Jr., Decatur, Ga. James D. Bozard, Jr., Jacksonville, Fla. Bo Bradham, Conway John Brannan, Tampa, Fla. Jane Britton, Manning David Russell Brown, Greenville Debbie Brown, Landrum Lynn Brown, Spartanburg Mary Brown, East Point, Ga. Susan Bruce, Kingsport, Tenn, Patty Buce, Bernardsvllle. N J Norman P. Buddln, Ill, Sumter Jo Bueker, Ft Lauderdale, Fla Brent Burry, Hansville Wllllam M. Butler. Atlanta, Ga. Alzlra A. Carvalho, New York, N Pamela Catoe, Klngstree ,Y. 'Wow' . N ' ' ,A ,J , ,3 V 1-,Q , A l -- 4 V' IW: , , wwf-vfffgy W WW -,.. .mf--:, ,, f W .sz--'4' ff ' 1 " f , , , ,,., r 'i . , W . V . . j 4' Sf" ' I' .. Y, 'f xl ray, ,fa .gs .aw ,. .1771 Q' ,-3. Y In ,, L' ff ,' , ,f , V X " -.,.. r vz- W' ' ' 'ML ' .' f gl ff if . l "r L1'I'i ,..-p:'--,:'mq,.wiv f ' f , , , Um. ,- A A, A ..,. :E ,..,,., ,, , , , 1 Nu ,f ,. 4. , , . , . Q., ,. ., 4531" ' , Y. ' 41' V . : 1 , " , f' Zaffygy 5 'f if A h V, . ' "4 .l "',f.?' ,i 4 Q he ,f ', Q ' , Q Q - , -QQ. , ugh ""' 'A-P fi' - 'fr 4' r ' .A ll: V :Q 5 A A ' 1 . .. W - ,hwy Zi 1 . A - r - E f, l 9 5? 'Q ASL-1' l '51, 'iii fl Hi,'.iX22 f -2 "" f ' - . t ' . . X 'i V ' . gi ' 'eel -if , , , X A 0 fs A, 'Q ,' ' 'f A Q, an l b , ' 1-"fi:-Q.. MS - ., - , 21. 'P -1 ' f'-w r , is ,. . 9,9 h fb-:L A Q qw G, , ni ,m l : -V. fx- W. y J, , 1 i . 4 , R - W " - .. .V ff f , J' 1- f -' f 1 . . . M' f l ,- A X, I V 2 - Y ,, XX , ., I lf: Qi , '- , 5 fi-43 1 ' , W f ' e f m . xx ' , J ' 1, A1 - -1 1 s ' ' r' ai- 1. , V- - -"' . . f 'Fm " ' " X r m. J 1 v ' f-se. Nr.-ff W X. Y 1 ,ills . . 1 r ' - ' L if -42?-71 I' , ! 1-.-,, t . f l Z: S' 'i' fi ,W 'JF :t 13 , 5,,,, wwz v- f ...V ,gi ,? , - f , .4 ' . T. x-N Q...-,ff 7 i jv - - , -,M , o. X ' . Q - 1 X "' .I f . ' . 1 ' 1+ N 5. .-wwf' f 'ff l ,1 1- , pl 1, . , , We A J Q .l .1 A Al A , V' . --Y r gy , .- lx A ff K Q V A , Ain. t ws ' ' , - .. f ul , 4, f " 1 X I ' J X 5 3 ' 4' ' Q ' X as J A X , Q Q' ca 4' ff "' '.. T Q - '-4 . - , . r - - , . Nt..- , . """ r my x 4 at - of - My l , Ml . . .wh N ' ' 'F I I , U," ' u. gf' " 5 ' f . ': L,..' . Q 1.4 '-4' r .CL Ae- f X x 4. QSM ,X f A x . 1 .ss . - ' if ,- -. gg.-ws , fi: V., sg, Vl . ww Qs . .a A ' , V . 4: V ex- , : ' . ' X Pi' 3 ' it wiiiff' if al - 2 ' X Lal '13 x , 1 V- V . W.- 1 ..-W ,, , Q, K -N yn. , ., A 2 iff f . - -V lgzl ., I A , -. 5- , 19 . . , , .5 M I .. v Q 2. s-Qu fl , Qu- " 5 rr- if 4 3.93, Q' 7, ,V ,Q , 15. A A , sv- f J -f - ' f - ll: - -- ev ' -- f 1 -f " - H x- V ,. - 1 . ,E N k ...A . ., . D X .,,, ,I N . Q ' .X V. . , 2 2 S Ex? F . at :p Q.. '. f , H H f - a W -if 1 - iw .Vw V, 1 ' 1 i . - gf g-,. -.,t X . Q , xx, ,ef.5, .V w if, , --.5 . .t . , Q V NN. ,,, 5' 5. V 5-,f 'S ISYS 5.4. ':- .' if iiy VK, ..., 131 5s'i5.,.:z 'l -4 gill. a. f-'X A. 'Yin , , Q M 1' 1., .,, . M 63 ,, T ,aa !"N I 1 V' , N .-.,. ' " N af , -v f: jig, N- . , V E . v---- . T. .va 5, ,' ,, ' V , X . a ' ,. X xg, ':. 7 -T T of . , V , -V .Q xv Q A- 'A Aft V lk. T t' - . xx, m .... X A-.t - --A- .-..- I . .aww -X aa-. ., aw, - V . . .- , N "PI ' '- Vgpfmzt. -:.::'::-:mae-1 V--N .A , , - r 5:-. .fy -.'g-:f.::s:gj.j:5- ,gy ,A .,:'.., -, . - ' ' ' if " x i 9 ' 7. C .. 1' I' 595' ' "3 at X E11 1. kg, 1 r " V, ,m ia -9 V -- "' 1. mfs' -ww ' ' ' n 1 ' ljfti' .J f y 6 1 e - 1, . . r -. ,Q - Q .f g.:r' '12-F 4 . . . t, 5 -- 4, , T N f A , IR X f r xx. an. it X.: --Q, .,.,,, Vggw- ' ' ,fw- xx . ,,NE,., 'zu Z, V x J Y J! nf, N L V t, V Q , ' N- -'W rw- fro " X 5,5-. ,wav ,S g -rv in an Ayr- V av 'W , ,Q 1:-71.12 ,: '- -V A-V .fry Q Q X .yy I , V. - Xt 45" ' 5. 1 '-5. .. -J K - '. f , ..,., K ,P A, X W.. 1 V--V i f . . .Q :mV-wzsvz -9-gtqy-3,1535-11,3 ,Q gggqfje' , "-:I T, .,,,:i:1XE3,gg an I ,, - 5 24225. I 5 . - 2'3" - ' . 11-Q .. S2 -r . - k l - . , - . ' , , Y , , ww' S ..-V.- Q Rza- 1 AA . 1,2 . "m"'w ai:-xr . V . V ' fs A V Q. '-, , , 3- Bail . " and ' 5.-1 P if ga X -rc,- Edie Chambless, Hamilton, Ga Michael A. Charron, Jacksonville, Fla. Elaine Chiles, Piedmont Karen Chrisope, Decatur, Ga, Pamela Ciriot, DeLand, Fla, Gary Clonts, Chattanooga, Tenn. Guy Shelton Cochran, Dublin, Ga. J. David Cole, Hopkins Karen Coleman, Tampa, Fla, Russ Collins, Spartanburg Forrest W. Compton, Charleston K. Lee Coogle, Atla nta, Ga, Laurie Cooley, Tampa, Fla. David Gorden Copland, Charleston June Cothran, Mt Rest Nancy Cottlngham, Greenville Brenda Crain, Greenville Philip Crabb, Hopkinsville, Ky Barbi Crompton, Miami, Fla Rob Currence, Concord, Tenn Kevin Curry, Ballwin, Mo. Tom Dabbs, Sumter Martha Davidson, Ft Lauderdale, Fla. Jeffery A. Davis, Taylors Laurie Dellinger, Marietta, Ga. Patrick H. Dennis, Charleston Cathy Dilworth, Concord, Tenn, Doug DiPrima, Scarsdale, N. Y. Tony Disher, North Mary Harwood Dodd, Tallahassee, Fla Tom Donovan, Jacksonville, Fla. Carlyle Driver, Miami, Fla. Lucy F. Dulaney, Atlanta, Ga. Jamie DuFlant, Olanta Dawn DuValI, Edison, Ga. Vernon Duty, Brandon, Fla. Myra Kaye Eason, Florence Jeannie Edwards, Clearwater. Fla, Cheri Egger, East Point, Ga. Tracy Lynn Eggleston, Flock Hill Paul Ehrlich, Lugoff Lynn Hope Elliott, Greenville Matt Elliott, Chester David Flussell Ellis, Columbia David B. Emmel, Gainesville, Fla. Ricky Dale Evans, Greenwood Alice Flynt, Atlanta, Ga. Leigh Fogle, Pellon 7 mm---v--v2- - Kay Folmar, Enterprise, Ala, Martin Foster, Aiken John Frey, Springfield, Va, Kipp Frohlich. Treasure Island, Fla. Cheryl Fudge, Edgemoor Melinda J. Furcht, Mobile, Ala. Mark L. Gaby, Clarkston, Ga Russell Gambrell, Pendleton Nancy Gibbons, Tampa, Fla Jacque Gilreath, Travelers Flest Greg Glover, Boca Flaton. Fla. Walter Grace, Jacksonville, Fla, John S. Green, Reading, Pa, Leigh Green, Monroe, Ga. Lou Green, Monroe, Ga. Ann B. Greer, Owensboro, Ky. James H. Greer, Birmingham, Ala, John L. Gresham, Jr., Sparta, N. J, Jane Elizabeth Gretsch, Columbia. Md. Lynn Grlmsley, Columbia Cindy Gross, Margate, Fla, Mike Guest, Spartanburg Victor Gwinn, Spartanburg Barry Hall, Winter Park, Fla, Barbie Hamllton, Columbia Beverly Harrell, Limuru, Kenya Sarah Harvie, Spartanburg Kathy Anne Henderson, Greenville David Herder, Flemington, N, J. Elizabeth Hlcks, Middleton. N. J. Michael Hillard, Sumter Janice Hlnes, Winston-Salem. N, C. Theodore H. Hoffman, Hamilton, Ohio Robby Hooper, Greenville Shlrley Horman, Plantation. Fla, Catherine Horner, Charlotte. N. C. Clay Hudson, Newnan, Ga. Holly Hunt, Columbus. Ohio Mitch Hunter, Lancaster Francis Jackson Hurd, Whltmnre John W. Hyatt. Nutley, N, J Beth Hyde, Nesses Davld Jones, Poughkeepsie, N Y Georgeanne Masden Jones, Cold Spring, Kentucky Jack Jones, Palm Harbor, Fla. Ray Glenn Jones, Ill, DeLand, Fla. John D. Jopllng, Lake City, Fla. Joe Judge, Ill, Charleston 208 s....f ?. A AQ' , ...f .cl ffl T, E, . . -X ' haf . - 12- P 5- 1? ,e as -- 'Q AT Q lk- ! 'O 93 - 1 t X X -. v' AJ 'H -va W -X . .xg L f . ' Ii' fl I 4 - ' , lib. tl L "ll 53 ' 1- l QI Q .N '::-' fs' 'it' is ae ' ', , V 'ry ,-P, ,-E- ,,Tv It 'f T ,K 3. Y .I X xt!! ,ef .1 ,J ,,,,,a' V f ., . H ,, ,,,A W., . . , , l -Qi - P ' Y -. A ' if ' 1 , 5 X 'fx' 'K' '4-:Lal .HSD-. ,QQ .. ' . xt ,aw -Q -at-' - wgh Y F A ' ' " A 'L s U 5 'X ' 5: V in N ,,-M 1 l - , ,Q-. V . K fa- - . ' ,, , , -. S... 1 v- -- V f H- f Q. F sr- ' 1 " E , , - W :hy ., ,lf .., , , X X .H - f V ' - A 4- X 5: Y, ef.-P fs: 4 " ' 1- A 1. 'J " 'fe ' . " , .tv xo Q A . Q , y lg, X V , ' 'V y Y. Y -- ' nv -4- -3 5- O 'Ja Ke , .I 2 N , 1 7 , . , f -.3 .- 1 ' ' X V tx -sa x ,, .tb Q' M l 53, . A "' K t 4 X ,g -, . . A ' ' fy' ,... . .... 7 ff . ' ' " , e"v,v I O :X ' Qrfw , , Q w -v .. .K ..- ,N l X -i 4 li -L ,LL i I 'K I 7 . B3 Y 1 A , . ... -Q, 5' f- t - -A ,. '11, . " ' 'T N ,, ' -v' 'JS '53 41' 1 ,. v - g ' ' , ' Q x T Off. .t -4 3 be - ,-, ., " X . 25, Y ' l . f u ff "e 1- 1 -P . ml A , A pl l - XQ T Q- J. 'ff I Ur Vx -wr do A I . Q . , v.,. W . , fi? 'Af' 5 .M Q N... 3 N fi, A ,. Q . . i X I 1. fv,,,f" F. J G fx- ' ,fe vs 11351 K-XG :xx N X iw Mark A. Kaiser, Tampa, Fla. John Kehoe, Charlotte, N, C. Barbara Kelvington, Atlanta, Ga, Laura Kendrick, Greenvllle .V r "R W 'w' Bobbye Ketchie, Charleston W ' '24 ' ' Q .. .:: f f A "H+ +I: t x ' Nm at i? 5 'UA N V 'M' . ...E V f. - f i. :. v 'fit 4 XX 1,2651 J' t L 4 I ,-Q as 46' lil IF' vj ' V "'5'55.s2S3f-.. . . at me - N , P x '. 1 1, Q , V . 1 SQ -I '-. ' - R- ff' -me 3: gy Y 4' - ,Q D , Q . e' ,IZ ' Q., 'fs -. A . i W 7' Sf ' - .. 0 4 -. ' -. W - l I' f 5 . ...J i -1 xi Nei. fy. g fix ,vvx f fr-A. 5 1 1-7:2b'CL,:b. 3.: Lei' iv.. ff-' 1:3-1 2 ,. ' f , ., mg" ' N 1, XV M .aff R Kevin M. King, La Plata, Md. Kindy Kirtland, Miaml, Fla. Karl Kcnonchuk, Paclflc Palisades, Calif John Landrum, Tryon, N. C. James Lanier, Mlami, Fla. Bob LaRue, Dunwoody. Ga. Cynthia Lawrence, Spartanburg Russell P. Lee, North Augusta Sharon LeGrand, Cola Sheri Leonard, Greenville Angie Lethco, North Augusta Ann Lewis, New Orleans, La. Lisa Liebtag, Jacksonville, Fla. Harriet E. Ling, Moncks Corner Nancy Logan, St. Petersburg, Fla. Tom Lott, Macon, Ga. Lydia F. Lowe, Bradenton, Fla. Joseph Sloan Lyles, Winnsboro Caihlyn Mariscotti, Philadelphua, Pa 2 Kay Marsden, Atlanta, Ga. R. Blake Marshall, Bermuda James N. Martin, Pendleton Tony Ray Martin, Anderson Susan Martore, Greenville Richard Steadman Mauney, Forest C William May, Taylors Mary Maybank, Charleston Nancy McAlpIn, Stone Mtn., Ga. Amy McArthur, Bartow, Fla. Sally McArthur, Greenville Angela McClendon, Greenville Christopher McConnel, Murphy, N. C. Anthony Wilton McDade, Union Daniel J. McDonald Ill, Greenville Steve C. J. McDougall, Mt. Pleasant. Chuck McGill, Sumter Edna A. McGinnis, Ziroconia, N. C. Becky McKittrick, Simpsonville Lynn McKnight, Greenville David S. McKown, Greer Vivian McLarty, Decatur, Ga. Linda M. McRae, Charlotte, N. C. John Mi:Tyre, Atlanta, Ga. ity, N. C NC. Bruce C. Meyer, Cornwall-on-Hudson, N. Y David Miller, Charlotte, N. C. Judith Millsaps, Ft. Lauderdale. Fla Dean Mitchell, Jacksonville, Fla. Mac Mitchell, Honea Path Marlene Moody, Greenville 10 A.. " .V . Vi' - '53 A WZ. . G '- 1 aa f 1 V ' ,... . , . '23, o f J . V . . ia' X .. 3' ,. f- - iw? . QM M, nt A .L , . -Q I A x al -4 IW 1 A A V N l J' fx ' I V. U V ' 'fr mf W Q 4 3 , A.. Q: 14 ' ' V i J L J V in J 'X yivhifll V YA , ... u - 4 A - .j .xl at - 1 . fl l .. , EQ' 2.4. E E J - V' xii V i.. V' '-I fu.. . ' ' -' 11" "W f l ,,,. iw .. " J Q., ' '-:Q , A V Q ,V 1 X ,v ,fp V , ,y f fl w f fwWw,,.vlW I A , . : , ' .'-' 1 I M 1 I J 2 ., 1 F -x . n in n- 73 f n- .vs - ,ix -Ja. at q y . 5. . V t J . J -I 1155... , Wy? K 1' ,, V V I ,K Q, if-: W 4 Y K y . 'f . it , fl- f .. 7 l 1-at if xi ' I Lil X iff" " " ' M iff' f , -Q A ' ' ,n - f f, 1 .: ,fm -4. , w ' L -1 - V yi A . - 1 X ' A. ,. I' l 2 .' ' . QE' A V 1 A H -"'- ' .- .W-sziiss 5' - f " f,!,3u.:? 'nat . A fn 2' my-:.:,. 4 ' 0 .r"' l we v.,.f. J . 67-1. C33 art 0-R so ,-wh mv 5...- . , ,. mm r. f '-'.., e ffil t ua.-L. 'Wm A ' QQ- 4 x . 'still f , rv 1.5. ui, K 3 A,,n .A,A 4- .I A' f 1 , " 5? :A lr' 'N I ,.,'.- 5 v , I ' tk. 1 I fl : Z n ,V VV X ...ww r ,lfl l .f fi- g A .f , -if 'gig , G- as ' " ..,. Q . ., P- ff w 1. fa " ' ' V4 1 ' ' M" V. ' A r ' , 3 -- Q ' l , 3 '??5i1s.,.1 X ii 1 ix .J . W . , f, " l . ' "' " vii F ' 4 , l r - me ' A A uh 'Q Iii. mg 'i ' 15 A J A ' , i if if x 1.. . K .f as A 7- 'C' ' ,J ..,' W, - A V ,w ,. ev Q' , 6 1 I ., . gn - ' , . .. ' 'X f " ' ' - -f -' L "' P t r' i f-.fs X ' l, I , ,. V. 777' fw 1, L ,. I i - . y . , ff.. I Q ' as 'V' , ' fa! f. A H, .- 4. h ff 1' . ml fi- : , . P . g 2....,2' f li , .nb LQ- ' 'fa' A, "" - . 2,-qt., ghff U e .rv -:R-Q., -1-41--. .- , '29 ' V J 94 . 'W si" 3' - 4 ' . '33 - ' "- ,J ., V ,. 4,3 3:-4 .- .. ' 1 in - N -M Akl.,,, I , X' .ag "GY-"-' Q ' A X ' 5 , " 1' . , . v- , . . ,, is 41 Y J - fi 1 A A fi-4..,2fs.z L.. 3 . -'x ' ' 53 "" 47' W 'V ' af if ' Q '--' - I A' fair .5 : -- ' fi' ' 1 f ' 9' 'l - fs , "' ' V- fN fo fo s ,Q ai is A 4' 1 . V fr ,, X . ,- 1, ,- Z .fav -we-f - , -' ,. as ,,,,5::,,,- ...fl . 1 gf " gf-3iE?E5,:.' il., .j 613 , ' 2' 4 -P .f -Y - . 1 . , , , f g K - r 'L ,, " f ii' ' 1 . . 4 N':1f.-.-.wg A za 4 'V' -w h , , , ,-.ue 2' 5 it F ,N .4. 5 li. -. , .sr ' gy l ' ' - , My ' ' -' fiiii ff .., . r " . S, . ,, jg, J Q V, 5 ,'-.IQ VR" ,fi ' f get VL, V- . ' A ' T P . rt. 4. W . ..,., fgwi fiaa.. . . . age ' fn' .s N' 4 ..., , .. 'Q . lx: 'W '33 V f" .K 'f ' . . 1 ' ' f f . 2 .1 I ' V. I Y in N ml 3 ' A f Edie Moore, Chattanooga, Tenn Karen Lynn Moore, Greenville Tom Moore, Winston-Salem, N. C. Janet Moseley, Atlanta, Ga Laurie Moseley, Atlanta, Ga William Timothy Moser. Stanley, N Susan Myrick, Columbus, Ga. Glenn Newberry, Columbus, Ga Cindy L. Newton, Columbaa Cynthia Nichols, Jacksonville, Fla Bob Noble, Flaclnor, Pa, John C. Northoutt, Ill, Greer Garilou Page, Talbotton, Ga. Laura Page, Pine Mountain, Ga. Debbie Parsons, McConneIls David Pate, St. Petersburg, Fla Karen Patrick, York Julie Peeples, Charleston Ricky Pendleton, Union Vlhnilred E. Peters, Greenville Cindy Petrie, Galena. Ohio Elizabeth Pierce, Richmond, Va. Terri Plair, Mt Pleasant Mark Porter, Columbus, Ga. Pamela L. Power, Mauldrn Laura Prevost, Greenville Glenn A. Price, Potomac, Md, Julie Pulliam, Atlanta, Ga. Becky Purvis, Union Paul A. Ouiros, Atlanta. Ga. Cindy Rash, Berlin. Germany Rusk Reeder, Vestavra Hills, Ala. Dallas Reeves, Blythewood Caroline Richardson, Simpsonville Bianca Roberts, Greenville Nelle Robison, Atlanta, Ga. Charles G. Rogers, Atlanta, Ga. Louise Rogers, Columbia Craig Ross, North Babylon, N, Y Diane J. Rothtuss, Greenville Eydie Runnels, Lovington, N. Mex, K. C. Russell, Waverly, Ga. Bill Flutsch, Chevy Chase, Md. Robert Saleeby, Taylors Davida L. Schults, Chester Jett Scruggs, Bluefield. W. Va. Jeffrey A. Shaner, Easton, Pa, Dot Sharp, New Whlteland, ln. Kathy Sharp, Taylors Nancy Schultz, North Myrtle Beach Allyson Sipple, Hollywood, Fla. Beth Sires, Mt Pleasant Julie Skelton, Murrells Inlet Joy Slice, Oak Flndge, Tenn Tim Sloan, Inman Carl Smith, Greer Carolyn Smith, Pensacola. Fla Dennis H. Smith, Holly Hull Karen Smith. Augusta, Ga Hal Southern, Wlnston-Salem, N C Cathy Spence, Jacksonvllle, Fla Karen Spradllng, Newark, Del Pam Sprlgle, Plantatnon, Fla Russel K. Stapleton, Greenvulle, Del Larry Stone, Chattanooga, Tenn Chuck Stowe, Gastonla, N C f 6 5 It x 'A X ' it 1, 'ltt X 'I T 5' l ll lxnu . , 24449 as 'ra--e fe ,, '21 it I i 1' - lug -in rv X . ,,o'y1M fs ,Q- 'JF'- K . l S t U, l , TJ . A' f , 5, V? ' ' 'L ,ip " ' 'Z-1 fn- ,, 1 -'-5' 'K' fr 1 - l MW X, ,. - ' , i' ' ,ji Scar N f , 'C' " f ' " .rf Sl . 9 "' ,. Q .,, ' lf. V'-ilifif 5 .ff "" 'N 'IW t A5 1 i A V1 ' ' ' A-"xiii ei' ' S' .' X 1 ' LVM slr.. l Ffa-,. AVAN ,My 1 . . , .. fs y , ' ,V 3 1 ff' Y, Q . 1 , 'LV f K we gg, , V , Q QQ- N , . 5 -' V' f , J Vi" f ,g.V ,f .J I, 2,1 ' , , f V. ' Vf 4-. .5 ,, e 5, 'K 1 u 'I' .- X Q V f .t I 1 fb' 1 , x 1 ., , 'gI".,. y'Y" " "'3' 7 nu, - I , - , f V H Af, ' V -. - .l, V .V- . Va, WX? 4- " ' .gn " 'N V' ,sf N Qu 'Q' "W-A W 1 we 4 R . J ' A 1 A ii If . v, V M - - -' X- ' af ' K .V ' ,,.s-L. ' ,V . 4 if . , ,, 5 I -H' ,,.g V 5 - 3 ,Q V , f X ,f V . . . i "" ASKK f , g fy! 'Vi ,if A max aw.. ' ., ,, .Vt-V -' 0 V 72 V' , I' , 4 A , . -, - 1 . , ' ' 0 ' ' fy V L , . '1?i?fh " V, 1 -' V' 512, I .wi . l " , my 16, .4 , fi ' ' -V ' 5 15? . -:'- ' ' . ' ' f . -uv , . . , -Q M ,, -V' ,,. aa: V , V rs. -' Q" ' " 'F " .' 1: 1 1-15. ' I V if it 'S V " 'N ' ' , fL....- 1 e ' t ., , ' ' 3 1 1 4 f 41 V H, em I x V Q' x W J ,A I - 4 K YI, V ,,,, -' E V , iff' .iw ,g . ,-f 1 V . 5- 2 , - .. . V, , 1 , if 5 1-, . -A V V., f 1 dl .. L ., . f, V, , ,, . 1, -jg iz ner" -if 'st' Q ,V as ,vi , -. . .4-H V' ' 4' 'V ha, V - V ,gr "1-5-f--w , V - 1: V g , Y, I P, V . ...e - , . - H- , J' , , ' , X if ' ,. in ,x -V V , " . ' ' 'f 5' ' kia -' ' -. , ...ga 4 xv A W- 49 V .. 3 5 LEX? gf in 1 k I ' , - 5: 1,5 ',Iv 1 " V fl V, 1 M ' , , . i 1 MQ : .12 X , .- ' "f- - .V '-'-" V, ,VA -, - Xqfx .V f ,mfif ' 6, -' -QV, V .- Y 'Zn Vj' ' -m y , 9 , V ,. ' I L 13322 f , 2 , ' .23 f i l 'P 'Q' , '54 , ,ff5,., av- Va? 35, .I -T 2: . ff vs :xv , r f Q ag I hir' I 5 ay. Avi 3, , -. 5 N F ir 112 vw V ,. - -X ', ' 14? , . , ... ,J 1, , s.. -I -. Af ,V " V V ' I ' QV 2... .V ,,,, V .. ,V ii' MX- f' 1 . " "1",.f .7 ' , i5f2,w:V. , ff, . , . ,-,..?g,g - ft Q 3 V 5 4 V li.. , ,,,, - ' H i 1 f .i fi .,., .11g,1V.,:.f 52. ,, , V ,+V -, - V I , , ,jj : "" ' I - , ,, V 1 V M.. ' '-3 ' 'i 'f "' f ffl' ', . " 'A' " fel? "' 'V , A . i Vl:i2S?T1l1I.5,i' , A my ,, i x ,,,i,,, 5 A V1 .. .4 Bob Stroud, Greer Laura Sutton, Hendersonville, N, C. Forrest Sweat, Valdosta, Ga. Suzi Swiger, Greenville Susan Talley, Greer Audriene Denise Taylor, Columbia Mark E. Taylor, Greenville Lizanne Thomas, Ocala, Fla. Amy Thompson, Chester Toni P. Thompson, East Point, Ga. Lynn Thornhill, Beckley, W. Va. Sally Truss, Birmingham, Ala. Reginald Turner, Landrum Sherri Turner, Greenville Cindy Tyler, Wagener Susan Valentine, Stone Mountain, Ga. Kurt VanZyl, Altamonte Springs, Fla. Ronald D. Vaughan, Greenville Bev Walker, Anderson J. R. Walters, McLean, Va. Richard K. Walters, Chapel Hill, N. C. Russell Ware, Orlando, Fla. Priscilla Waters, Charleston Cindy Watson, Six Mile Sarah B. Watson, Columbia Susan Watt, Falls Church, Va. Bill Webb, College Park, Ga. Carol Wedemeyer, Balboa, Canal Zone Katherine Welbom, Pickens Thomas Wessel, Greenville Mark Weston, Coral Gables, Fla. Jennifer L. White, Ware Shoals Jewell D. White, Dover, Del. Stephen R. Whitescarver, North Brunsw Jacob Will, Hartsville Daniel M. Williams, West Cola Don Williams, Greenville Joel Williams, Jacksonville, Fla. Marianne Williams, Jacksonville, Fla. Sharon Williams, Decatur, Ga. Julia Williamson, Aiken Peggy Wilson, Columbia Melissa Wingard, Columbia Susan Wolte, Greensboro, N. C, David Woods, Barrington, R. l. Katherine F. Wright, York Carmen Young, Kowloon, Hong Kong Kiokey D. Young, Gainesville, Ga. ick, N 213 4 Freshman Sandra Aho, Orangeburg Fred Akel, Myrtle Beach Ann Alford, Lake Wales, Fla William Thomas Allen, Winston-Salem, N. Karen Anderson, Travelers Rest Denise Andrews, Goldsboro. N. C. Lois Apgar, Deerfield Beach. Fla. Robert J. Armstrong, Jr., New Canaan, Ct Ed Baird, St Petersburg, Fla. Danny Baldwin, Taylors Arden A. Ball, Charleston Mark E. Ballew, Columbia Cristy Barber, Kenmore. N Y David Barker, Vincennes, In. Doug Barnett, Cola Jell Barrett, Cherry Hill, N. J Ann Bartlett, Broomall, Pa L. Ellis Batson, Jr., Pickens Nancy Bauchle, Maitland, Fla, Cathy Bayless, St. Petersburg, Fla Page Beall, Cola Clyde Beaugrand, Tampa, Fla Bill Becker, Winter Park, Fla, Tim Bendin, Savannah, Ga, Cindy Berry, Newnan, Ga Marie Beverly, Bristol, Tenn. Chuck Bindewald, Boca Ftaton, Fla Mitzie Binnicker, Norway Cindy Black, Columbus. Ga, Flip Blackstone, Columbia Arthur Eugene Blankenship, Lltl'1Or1la,Ga, Christy Boersig, Cinncinatti, Ohio Lisa Boland, Columbia Tammy Bosin, Berwyn. Pa. V. Scott Bowers, Marietta. Ga Susan M. Braid, St. Petersburg, Fla Leslie E. Branch, Decatur. Ga. Cheryl Branham, Florence Marsha Branham. Greenville Julie L. Breland, Columbia Mark Ellis Brenneman, Camillus, N. Y William Marshall Bridges, Ill, Florence Mary Jo Brockman, Greer Pamela Brown. Larchmont, N Y James Bruecker, Florham, Park, N J. Davld Alan Bryant. Asheville, N C Randy Bryant, Dalton, Ga Richard G. Budallch, Ft Lauderdale, Fla. W. .. Q. f,,,1sfW x ,-. f 1 ' ' 1. 4' P . li' .. " s N if " " A "f" fi " 1 -ff e A f ' , ' V, l C., K .Ji -l...f , K., - V ' ' r . f 3 Q , , , ,lf i 1 ' . Lv - ' 'si ,f I ' 'X Lana . Hg .. ' f J . 1 - ' ' 724, rv - A A3 - ,. f " A .. . fx- nas , -g 52'-3' V- ,. 4 V ' N 'M I .. Q - -ev . I A Y 1 j , 3, 56,1 f Lf' A gg, . it 'I' " KT T-L '57 ld 1, TQ? 53. . W. ,I 3 . I h ,E W' , -LN xg, 1, J 'J ji V 4 ' 5 5' I 1, -.f , - 1 'nw ,4'f -.Y l -t A g , L L " few 7 J 'Ea . . a A . -' . f f' - f ff: . E S. I 'C ., E., 6. J? 'MVA .gy W w .. J -X Q --f . -sf fa J xg 'A Q J- f .fe f t 44 t 1 A-f. . gg ' '-L- gs " Q. A . " , .. f ' W 1 .f . . ,I a gf ' rrp, R..." , ' , -3 4 7 ' 4' N ' ,,l, Q ' - ' 'lr' ' 1 .5 - , re- 'N' I' ,:'!":'? '-5 I ' - : .-... p r R Q , f' " ,f . 'f' :C A vw- 'vw T' ' 4 . f' -1 , e, 'V ' , 'jg ,ll y .- 1 ' 'W' "' ,' -:F -gf , -A 1- --r t, 2 v - , ,A A , . . , 1 1 l. vi , rr" V V iz j 7 , - A A 1 'A 1 fs? IA ' :zz ' ' cv -4- 13 ,I vs - - . 0 1- 'SR' . x .f 1 U f L X I h V' ,N l ' , , ,A , , ,, . - . t , . -f' w 0? , N , ll '- A .' ' fel . f - w J' ' I lla T7 F , . W, ' lh'fI.' . , ' " ,-X ' e - ',.j-xg: A , - 5.39 r R A ' ,Q 'F 1, is .fs 'B 5- . 2 '51 2' " 1 'Q'- - f 4 ' 'V P -A Y- xml' . 0 vi, b. . 5 X "S, 1 K' 1 ,- 'A W J, J Q. .. . 1 it x fl ' 'Hai ' X - 14 1 ' xi 5 Nw' -V x . Y A df .. l A fl? 4. ' if f- - " -im., . , 4 Q Y - ?f . . , 0 f N M ,vi 3 - , .. 5 . ' 'A 41 . . . .r ' f' I , g ,N , Q' M., 4 -it Vsv fur we . I s f. ... , IL 1 . " . ai! 1 .4 . 4 1 3? tt i if .4 . 9 ,.,. 5 . I l 1 ' " V v -' wt,- . ff ,, sf, VC"',:' 12?-ffff? .- . ' r ! an 'rf ig:-f -f X 4, 1fl'wa.f" l, r , , 3 M.. A V X ' V 76 V ft, A X 5 , J 8 fg 4 .1, ff f c.. ! 5 1 ' - -fur , ,V :L rg ' " U' xj, ,, 2' Eff A ,-- A ,V z A ' ' .. f -- -- wi '- A fa , ,- " 'C ,- W .Q '-my sv ff' 5 ' f 'V G , -.,. , .1 . v - - . 'A V 4 . . f 'I' ' ,r .V - , M , N - v H Q r 2. ' r .af ' 1 .., J, .. it r , lk, L: ' -V 1 r y 1 V E 1 LL bfi .. 1 . - V xii.-.2-Ei! , - 1 , ,A . -A ' V ,H ,. fl -r - V v :x .gg yy .. ,Q U4 ,Tr W i y xi ercxn ' 4 ff .ff -' V ,lv J ' ,tj L, Y J " ' Af " , , 'f ' we .. . t , H f f ,. .iif2 ' " -1. J . ' " -222.gif x x , , V , Ag: 'f - 'vm . rv: ,W V vim A A A ,Q vqzfipl' Y V , H I -V , , ' r --f Z, " ?11z, ,f fg , ..w""',,, ., " , va A fir: R "ef . ' , Jr ! ff "- 'Z ,ming gf f -fr l Q- 'lie .' xl "M . e -v. " " 'ff ,fe . at ea r ,, U ' ' : ' ,f . 4. -H 2 '- Z org, -. Y ., , -lr I ' , L., if WW! f My , 3 , A X. l ' ' r' . mia X' . ,fi 'fr I 54.6, 5, fam V- we 11' 'd 'M' R I ' I Y' ,.f"'V t W , 'N .at - ,r, 31' , , ff . , ff f 4 s ffwfr ff 1 912144 f,. ,. .L.,.- , 25, 5 V , 'J l ' M . ' ' -va " K J ,Q V .:t - . I' , My .:. ' Ht' 4 -ll ,. 5 V! , 1 Z . .. -r gf., Q yy 2, . IZ. i " "sw ' " .:,"'h" W 2? 4. , , ,U ,. P 1 r- ., 'wa W V . . I ... .f N, r . ,, N' A ' 1. 'Yiiiiiif' 4 A ' V .' ,s f , mo' 7 lr in-" a .. it fit 'W' 5 I 1' 5 Wally Bullock, Greenville Marybeth Bunting, Greenville John Thompson Gurgess, Falls Church, Va Douglas A. Byars, Mauldln Danny Caddell, Greenville Kathie Cain, Toccoa, Ga. Lisa Ann Cain, Ft. Mitchell. Scott Campbell, Orchard Lake, Mich. Phil Cantrell, Spartanburg Ky. Jamie T. Carey, Louisville. Kentucky Siana Carman, Thomasvllle. Ga. Walter Clement Carpenter, Hendersonvulle, Daniel Casey, Pompano Beach, Fla. Melanie Audrey Cash, Jacksonville, Fla. Steven Cassens, Ft. Pierce, Fla Elizabeth Ellen Center, Fort Pierce, Fla Nat Chandler, Greenwood Deck Cheatham, Orangeburg Al Childers, Miami, Fla. Kevin Elizabeth Clarkson, New Orleans, La, Nancy Clements, Coral Gables, Fla. Karla Cline, Flutherfordton. N. C. Debra Melane Cochran, Dalton, Ga. Julie Cochran, Bova Flaton, Fla. James M. Cockman ll, Matthews, N, C. Debra L. Coggins, Greenville Buddy Coleman, Atlanta, Ga Candy Combs, Franklrn, N. C. Carol Frances Comstock, Atlanta, Ga. Pam Conner, Tampa, Fla. Bill Conrad, Troy, Ala. Pete Conroy, Asheville. N. C. Michele Cooper, Winter Park, Fla. FURIVIAN AGAIN!!! School Opens: Frustration with a capital F lbetter get used to the letterl - Permits, people, and planning - What did you do this summer? la rhetorical question commonly accepted - A chance to reorient yourself from freedom to futility Enjoy those first few free minutes . .. They're probably going to be your last. 'NIH' as helloj i fig 1 I l. iq li! ,..s:, Carolyn Copeland, Greer Anne Corley, Marletta, Ga. Charles M. Corn, Jr., Spartanburg vs . Cindy Cothran, Williamston A l ? Becky Cox, Atlanta, Ga, . , ...' - l f 4 .,--v Sharon Crawley, Columbia 4 H t . ,.,, t q X , iw - I av Jw w Q 5 I V 4 fl X . M I A tt. Q 1. '-J in Q lf, ..,. ,.,, E- 1. Pam Creasman, Greenville 'A kyllgitff V I David B. Crosland, Concord, N. C. 2- ' I A ,K Kathy Culp, Greenville V V g 1 -41 4 " vs 3 .ai i , ' James Dean Curry, Anderson " , H ' I " Tom Darr, Ft Lauderdale, Fla. 'f '- '- " -., ' Q.- Nancy Dartnall, Charlotte, N. C. l H 1 A - TTT' f ' ' , .Q , 4 h -,Mr L l f . A.. A Beth Davis, VIYQIFIIH Beach, Va . . V, 51 A X ' 1 ,5 l , Dan Davis, Williamston , g ' fi ' N- " ' Eliazabeth A. Davis, Charleston . ,,,g 8 fx. C? A.. 1 A, C -Og 1, Susan Deavor, Brevard, N. C. ,giggle " 1 f"' ' ' Bonnie DeLong, Stone Mountain, Ga. ' , K. X i- ' -V , , ,,., Katherine S. Devenny, Piedmont 1 A N ' . - 1 f ' ,A .x . ,I . X .. ,av My ,M I, X . fl l fri 5 ,Z I 7.4, I x I 'I - fl' X' 4 5 1 X I : J E542 ' l' Mk Wendy Dickinson, Atlantlc Beach, Fla t g Mark M. Dixon, Salisbury, N. C. l " " ' woody Dixon, Camden , rg: eg ff W fe., fp- Q, M M r 1- ' , - : Angie Dodd, West Columbia " I A a Q ' Nell Dopson, Stone Mountain, Ga, , K , ' ' ' ' -.-' if - ff, Vicki Dover, Maitland, Fla, 1 N I ' . J A I fijiicb N E ' ' :A g , ' " W ,Ani as , A' 'r EQ, ., if .- .il l K l , -t . .vi-A .t A, H , ' ' t"' 1 David John Dredger, Crofton, Md. 'ins LA - 'fi ' E Larke Driggers, Pisgah Forest, N C. " "W Z., . , ' Lisa Driscoll, Brevard, N C. . ' ' -1 4- .. ff, f I' , Q ., V' ' Curtis DuBose, Dillon ir -f 'Q M ' lv Ir N Ronnie A. DuBose, Darlington ' , 4 4 ', -V -7 " V L--fb? Y iv Diane Duda, Belle Glade, Fla. A A ' fy f ,f " K ij ' V wwf: K 2- , ,.!, 1 X 4 Q l 1 W l Ex . 5 x E- -A 3 45' 1 l K' 155' 5 Pamela Susan Duda, Orlan Oviedo, Fla. " W ' f ,Et 45' ,, ,Am Chuck Duggan, Macon. Ga. V fffeq, 'ff 4 "K-1 . 'j . ' Richard Dunham, North Palm Beach, Fla. AV' fe V f-'fx 12" .9 pf 't -3 ,gg 'QE' fa, Melissa Dupuy, Greenville , 1 4' X A N fi , Debbie Dunant, olanta ' N -' 1. --A , , ' ', ji Beth Ebener, Easley I A A -gr' H, d f 1, Y ,4 Z' A ' xv A il 1 ' A gif' A fx i M Kei, i Rhonda Jayne Edge, Hlxon, Tn. ,w V Ashley Edwards. Roswell, Ga, lj U x I Chuck D. Edwards, Asheville, N C .rg jj l ,5 ,Q " '- -6' " , ni ,S 3 fx 57. Q Cynthia Jan Eggl, Cando, N D f X - . ' ,V ' , ' 4 John Frederick Mlcklem Eliades, Chester, Va, N Q , ' , .. A- - 'Y E , ' -- Carlos Ellls, Charleston J 'l J 1 - 1 N - Q, 'XX t LK llfx 1- t ' .A V N - ' fs il 3,55 u mm" , 311' 15 ' - B ,' lj vt- 71 IT 1 Q its! ti .- , 'aff' -F' 1. . .- , Davld Ellis, Greenville I' li' - Kellh Ellis, Greenville " 1 Claudia Ericson, Augusta. Ga 4 p. ni: ,. ,R Charlie Evans, East Point, Ga - A Denlse Everett, Columbia -.. - ' I I Robert Kalth Farmer, Anderson li ,- Ek' -1 'A . dl, .. J , ilu X J -222 fkx A 6 Hill A x Q--, .. P . l "TI 8 . 'ar -"' . R 1- sl' ' . " 3- K - ' N 4. A A ' -Q fi. . af - - ' 'N f X--2 .f A. '. . L f - 'ef' . ' -1 Q , rw A L45 4 5 Y l . M f 1 A Refs., 15.11. ' 3 f. -. r ZQWEWQ. 63" VYVY 3: 7 , ii Q 1, W, .2 Ei JA . X . Aw . V ' ' ""' - - Eff 'wi -:gg ,- ' 1 .j',,-' l' .1 has . I .dxf X -J E af S1 V ' 4'-fr 1 4 V ,J ' E X gt 1 A 1 'Rx ii . A, t - Q ' 'V "' -e -153153 ,,.: F ,-ri, . A . X , .J . q , A Q , .. F V if 'sv 1: it 'S' WS 253' -:I 1 Ir.. as.- . f v . "T, ,h . ,, -, .- V 1 1 .. X- -.1 , .x " "Y , 'J 12, -' V e 5 . K 7.5221 ,V . " be A h H , N v I ' - . . A 1 ' fra' f 'N .. X "ON 'V f f -ef . . it - 1. 1: , it N W ' ' . . my . '-inf' Nag, .1 -3 . ff ' f x. 4 , l A Y A V ,C tx.. . I - ,, I A':"5' -X. , 1,5 1 . - 3? - W ' ., . El I r r nw' 55 lr' - 14' " LVN: ,da F' ' fq " 'A :P-Q .. A ' LMA J E., ,,v. .. .V M... F " 4 , fn -A 5 ,. .1 " JNL "F -,z--iff .. ,, if as f I if ' 2 S a Felicia Farrell, Bridgewatern, N. J, Frank Fischetti, Saddle Fliver, N. J. Umothy Patrick Fitzgerald, Taylors Linda Nell Flewellen, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla Hob Flint, Pulaski, Va. David Floud, Durham, N. C. Edgar J. Forio, Marietta, Ga. Gail Fowler, Columbia Neal Freeman, Stone Mountain, Ga. Helen French, Atlanta, Ga. Barbara Friend, Roswell, Ga, Mike Fronsoe, Delray Beach, Fla. Cynthia Gail Gabrels, Spartanburg James Vernon Garrett, Pelzer Flon Gilbert, Orlando, Fla. Jean Gladden, Hugh Point, N. C, Eric Gotorth, Camden Yvonne Goodlett, Decatur Ga, Kevin Gourley, Asheville. N. C Stephen M. Grant, Paramus, N. J. Dave Greinke, Annandale. Va, Barbara Lynn Griffin, Melbourne, Fla. George W. Griffin, Jr., Birmingham, Ala. Nancy Grogan, Columbus, Ga. Nora Groh, Aiken Nancy Graham Haile, Orlando, Fla, Jack Wendell Haire, Dunwoody, Ga. Louise Allison Halle, St. Pulaski, Va. Lucy Anne Halltord, SauteeNacoochee, Ga. Druid Hamrick, Charleston Cathy A. Hand, Honea Path Stan Harlowe, Baltimore, Md. Melinda M. Harp, Augusta, Ga. Dixon Harril, Fairfax, Va. Jimmy Hawkins, Honea Path Timothy G, Hayes, Marretta, Ga. Glain Dell Haynes, Dorchester Ann Louise Heatherington, Orlando, Fla. Rick Henderson, Winston-Salem, N. C. Allen Hendricks, Pickens Karen Henningson, Clemson Bruce Fl. Herard, Greensboro. N. C, Heidi Heusel, Greenville Jay Hill, Srmsbury, Conn. Gayle Hoffmeyer, Columbia Joe Hodges, Anderson Jim Hollis, Yorktown Hts., N. Y. Barbara Alice Hopkinson, Smoke Ruse, N J 217 Debi Howell, Orlando. Fla Sally Ann Hubbard, Spartanburg Lee Hudson, Plantation, Fla. David Hulme, Elberton Ga. Kevun Hummel, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Julie Hunter, Atlanta, Ga Larry Hunter, Orangeburg Andrea Sharon Hutchings. Macon, Ga Tony Hux, Newport News, Va. Mary C. Irwin, Spartanburg Randy Ivey, Neptune, N J, Elizabeth Jessee, Tampa, Fla Elaine Johnson, Greenville Laurie Johnson, Madison, Wisc, Phillip Johnson, Mauldun Randall Hayden Johnson, Charleston Sue Johnson, Union Julie Joiner, Winston-Salem, N, C, Debbie L. Jones, Orlando, Fla. Hugh Jones, Greensboro, N C John Mark Jones, Fountain Inn Nancy L. Jones, Atlanta, Ga Robert A. Jones, Whutesboro, N, Y Roxanne F. Jordan, Cola Kay Joyner, Florence Sam Joyner, Greensboro. N C, John Kearns, Tucker, Ga Nelll Kelth, Ormond Beach, Fla Karen Kell, Atlanta. Ga Karen S. Kemp, Laltlngtown, N Y .1 O ., ' Vie. Y , Q2 J , Q JJJJ' Wg ' r" ' ' am f, aww' Q-.. ,ef 1 Q ,- J, ., ,ff f 0 , .4 .f ,A -.Q f I "N is I 6 Y fb , 0 'l .W l , 1 1 4? l , X. 1? Ry -- if v 1 l , t ,, ' ill gfffgi' Dggib -, x , 1 f -...ua-' rg J 9 xi 1, 13 ,N ' ' -P ki 2 ,L . Jr A - X r , , . R, 31, f' , . j' 'P 1' fs , 2 if Q, , '. 9 r J 5 .. ,, AQ 5 . , F -- , R i 1 g ' x J Y ' J, 3 ' ' To , Q . Qi QI: 12.5 - 3 -zaf- ,Q xx .., 1,-1 4 ':-' 'L ' Vi '- S9 , .,. W ' ,QE ,, go 1 , V 5 , A I ' ... 44133 fd K Uv nz., f .V . E2 lie' , fa :-f,.f1,-::m':.f-' 'f 'v i ,f wg-as--.., , .:rf22' 11: N - ' IW W Q ,, nw. I 'YA wi V 2 .Aga .K V 3,1 1.1-ff '- - 'zu ,,l, - -14. 1 T' fi EWQHE QWWMWQZ ,.,. V .5 . .12 'V 2.25:-:Vw :.::.lV,'. , -I .Q vi 5:3 5, .gif ,W ,V.V ,ls 9, 1513143 . 4 1 V V. K... . . 4. V , .wfgifww - V-I L. , , '- " f. ' ' . . P., - :Q N- ' -.--f - - -"- ' Y: , Ti T' I 1 , "1 - - I ' ' . N1 L U 'W ' 1 'ree g1:?4.fH .-2' 15' .311-.1 .1 ' .. ' we-.f , 4" P ' N J -Q . , R, Vt 1: .- ff " rv Us ' W '- .- "VL Q- i Tl, ' fi.. ' .V ' l . A ami fn... "eef pa . 'fp' Ve . rv -ge.. 'fat ' .,ff.,"f'vs,x l of ., 5 i'f. ...i.e52V wi " ' ' l ,' - . l v wx i" "'N' 1" 'f' ' 1,1 - i ,Vg ., fr., .-,,:q,5,:3gg ,V 1,155 , 'Y A M , K g ,Legg gi f V J A t A I Mk. V-..,f,g,?,: -APE? ' 1-12.-L i" ' fi Tl' V , " ' " :V ' "'.'f.ef-"' ' Wai., at t" i ,L E r- ..,.' 2. ' - I rm "" il ,,--. ' V A ff. In Il., . ,, as W 7 -V rv 1- 'A A yd' ,Q-B: V ' x.. - - 5 .. . ' - -V- A . 1.. , -, f 1 - f l . ,, Y , . , ..a.- ea af 2 1 N M. a , V. ' f aww' it . . 3 .V ya . y . - -... ...A , A- ' ,Q J M . A f ' :A A 'K - , :-.:,V.' ' -'f::.,g .. ,, .ff . ' - 'aff' . . Wa, ,5 ,gtf-el. e i". ', - " 0, ,lf ",' ' 1 Q , ,wt "l . V. ,fi , - ' '.'V"f""' 'J' 1"-'fi 1' , we N' 'Q' 4 . '9 ' , . , . ' . . , M V -.,, 'mf' 'VA - . , V -. 1 Q. ' , --.r 1 -f ,X ,M P Y 'Q M V! 5 1 .. ., ,I x uf.. nw .. . . V z 1 ,, -ff P 2 t-Ta 31 t A .-'if' . .155 4. . ,... ., . .. 1, ae 'y Q A Wane . .,... . g, vs IF' . . J 5 -,Yi K .T5:"" .QE 5 . .I .. 'C 1 -f ., vs 5 'QQQ 4 in 'det fa- ,M ID .. 4 0 . ss' . , ,. , ' f '- '4 ..,. V ' . '. 1 5 , - t '- f ff X . 1 , " . I , . A, .J . 1 ' ' ...EE 1 51 ' , 'V4 :E -W f .3 A '. ZQQ .,:f:-14504-I-5' "V vii! ' 2-' 1' ., , .. , ' Y 4 , . .V 331 L... V . ' .Ay I.. l Ja. age 'l . -,-. . . . , ,.... 2 1, Q . ' ., " "" ' 'Mi .. I 1 'l' W. -an , ,f , YZ' ,L - ,, -, , r 'ltiit' Q' " " I ,fa " v R 4 ' V ,,.5." 'Qui A' V M fag , , , J. ., , V: V ' 1 f 'V 5.1 2 1,, 'Q , gy f V .', X V ....f1V...,, ! ,-Si' .. Qi 139. We va-1. ,.. V .. Abby H. Kennedy, Clearwater Beach, Fla Page Kennedy, Darlen, Ct. Shirley L. Kennedy, Lexington Robert F. Key, Charleston Khalid N. Kiani, Karachi, Pakustan Kelly King, Greenville Harvey T. Kirkpatrick, Jr., Nashvnlle, Tenn. Richard Mahlon Kline, Jr., Charleston Steve Kline, Wheeling, W. Va. Jean Koppang, Ft, Lauderdale, Fla, Deborah A. Kreid, Chagrin Falls, Ohio Viv Lacy, Morrow, Ga, Patrick Lanius, Greenville Roberta Laughlin, Hampton Bill Lee, Charleston Marcia Lewis, Madison, N J Mary Catherine Lewis, Williamsburg, Va. Cynthia Ling, Spartanburg Larry Ling, Columbla Elizabeth Litzenberg, Miami, Fla Fliohard Longo, Fort Bragg, N. C Lynn Looney, Camden Carrie Eleanor Lord, West Chester, Pa James Frederick Lovett, Jr., Raleigh, N C Jon Lucas, Winter Haven, Fla. Brian W. Lynn, Westfield, N. J Catherine Ann Maddox, Brentwood, Tenn. Cordell Maddox, Anderson Lynn Madrazo, Mauldm Stewart Magenheimer, Mlamu, Fla Maura Mahoney, Johnson Cnty. Tenn. Mark Carlyle Major, Alexandria, Va. Cindy Maners, Flock Hull Louvenis Manigo, Walterboro Steve Marks, Fon Mall John L. Martini, Jr., Greenville Bruce W. Mason, Spartanburg Nancy Maunder, Crofton, Md Kim Roberta McCahan, New Brockton, Ala James Thomas McChesney, Dunwoody, Ga Dennis McClellan, Rock Hill Mary Anne McClure, Columbla Bill McConnell, Charlotte, N C. Jim McCorkIe, Greenvllle Patrick McCormick, Colu mbua Vens McCoy, Honea Path Laura McCree, Naples, Fla Carol Anne McCrorey. Chester Ann D. McFarland, Greer Shawn Reid McGee, Iva Mary Stuart McGoIdrlck, Darien Conn, W. C. Mcllvain, Prospect, Ky, Joy Mclnvale, Winter Park, Fla. Kim McLeod, Orlando, Fla Kathie McNeil, Miami, Fla Catherine J. McQueen, Berkeley Hts.. David Carey Mears, Florence Michael Alan Meritt, West Columbia Lyda Merkel, Greenville David Merline, Greenville Lucia L. Miler, Summerville Debra Mlller, Holly Hill Kevin Miller, Greenville Paul Andrew Miller, Hollywood, Fla. Gigl Mllls, Fort Mill Tom Milton, Aberdeen, Md Elizabeth Misskelly, Fock Hill Glenn Mitchell, Orlando, Fla. Robert D. Mixson, Coral Gables, Fla Rebecca Monrie, North Augusta Jan Mooly, Summerville Karen Mooney, Atlanta, Ga, Michael W. Moore. Chatham, Va, Tony Lynn Moore, Seneca Ronald Morgan, Oak Ridge, Tenn, Pamela L. Moss, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Charlie Munson, Greenville Chuck Murll, Spartanburg George Murphy, Morrow, Ga. Dhelia Jean Neal, Spartanburg Sara Llsbeth Nichols, Clermont, Fla. Sandra Nurnberg, Doravulle, Ga. David Mark Oakland, Hartville, Ohio Michael 0'Brier, Spenceport, N. Y. Taylor Odom, Greenville Nancy Olte, Belleair, Fla Maureen O'HalIaron, Prlando, Fla, Llnda C. Olson, Columbia Margaret Osborne, Eden, N. C Hugh Pace, Arcadia Robun Pace, Nichols Charlotte E. Parsons, Orlando, Fla Mallssa Peacock, Columbus, Ga Sallye Pence, Louisville, Ky Rosemary Perllt, Treasure Island. Fla, Julle Perry, Pockmart, Ga. N tif? ,,,,.,. - -ze-,,f - qi Y., W A .vw- 11 iff! l'.. gf ,. 5 'L t ', ' ,rl li five Q19 -,' A , ,gr v vY"" A! H V x ..- ib 1 4 a If n," .al- 43. L JI' .ld ll". ' Y 47- ' -Q -,, '-' 2' 4" '75 'K ' , -- f , - ,J l Q Y k i N ' A ' 'MV' V V Ja Q 'V' ' e . ' 1 vi' ' f -' 'l , L.- V - 1 I. . , ,lg 1. fl-if . . l-I up ' W . '1-- ' .: 2: fs 1' 4 -t ff -F 'V a, J V ,I .5 1' ' t ,LL J " 1. I 1 ' 'W 1 t V' .1 .V . ar , f I , 2 2 ,, 1 wr , 1 4 1 ' 9' 4 I if 4 f V . .- 4 . Jr . . 1- ' ' Al.: IZ, in W .., 51 3? Q., I A wx . ss , ' , , . - 2. f . 54. 1, E ,, '- , x M, , . -.f VV ,fx 'W ,f i I e Xu I ff - , 'ifir y , me 'ae ' .- f l - :JZ -Q ... x -w WS , if ' l A -134-E E " . fl ' 4 'QQ' V f . ' Y ,ga I , 'rt Q. 5 -. . -3 N X' - 7 ::' . ,. '-fab. vi" , P-1 , , i fn-,J --7 r .lx ' uf' ' ' . , A1 " I "es , '-,. fi R Z 1 A l , .A'A,?., . .A VV KQ. as IQJA fda.. I . " 'X .A 5-' 4. ':: ,R S. , 1 A 1 f ,, . K - ,. r il I ' if A " 1 , 4 i ,- :.-aa: , l Ea iifq V Q 1' . W 5' 1. . -'t - .yy-. S 915' L. I ' .. .ax if.- , , J-3 ' . 3 . vt J '- .. .3 , I fl q -, " -14 ' , 'Y x -.. f .X J- , x 4 ra f Q, M 1 ff' tel- m L . 1 'I .4 . if ' I x " PR? 'X ,Q ov I "' R 'f - 'rj X 'Y ' l, Y X Ty Y. , if - WN l in ' x V X . fri V WN V ., ,. , gh 'T '.,! A dl . -1-Nmfktw A- 1 . xl .,,. 93 s-Af' f gs: Q- f z V X ' Q, X ' W 'ff N f . Q4 v ... . a- . ,K , . V gy. N 1" at A ' . ' .' I , ' wi a X.-1. 9 -ww: .fe-wr. . t. -- - WT - . s U ,e ,. if,-1 V, r f-, , K- J ., . ' q-- .Y --v at .., - , ex , 5' V 1 .sm . -.. , ' :K Q' if " " V ' Q . ' fl V .' P15 Xi ? I -'N , X -if 1' T- ,fo Rf A - 'rf' . x .f -A " - . 11 'iii , . 5 . ' ss. I, X. fm- wx 3 23" I Q' . .. ' fi x 3' 4' 6 ,., 'K P , ' - . .VS - -N' 2 F - f , 1 FW - - Q ,J Q -' f C J' , l K ' imxl Q, . Q J x f I . f, if tk st ' ' r xii ' , ,gli 'S ' sf iff: - 5 an : f-xv , -R-'fr r es. . ,575 . . A M 4. t ,, Y 3 A 'Q' A .t,.:--,Nm ,iw - . ' ill: 'P o ' ft H '-v 'K N ' f' .. , .af-.. N V - LZ s azz'-J . " f . ., .. I l in i fi. X , x my ' l x. ' ' 4 Fw e , k ,, O Q 1 f ll XJ ., VA., .e , . 3, .- f ,.. J it 3 if ' '-1'1-'. J P' I E 'a:2.1:3:- 4. 'figiif-:ig :- r' . 1... A' , f Wa . , ,, 1. ya ., 'eff X " .:v:qv,rr.:s5' 5' X to .1A . 4 I J h l l ' ' . ' A"' 5' ' A -F , ' " A A. ,3--.-L Z F: ia 1 2 'SA U' A 'X P' - Mft 'P 4 P A ' tl 3 'N' ' Q' F' Q' M . P f K X 1"' 'Q 1 I C f U ' A xx 'V' l XS R ' R5 V L - A i 'FLEX' i5-'U ' wok- was ii: . n K 6 4 fi . ,, -. ' l x . , ., .... . ...., . ,- 'NE ea, .......x , as X 1343 .MJ- +. ,,1Af, -X Y5 'Ml Ex I , -9 1-1 if i t N9 As .Q s ' -ff .,.-- ' ...J - tw 1 fi :-Fr V vs r ,, in ,gf f sk iw? W, tg fl L. Sl Q it 3 - l . .ZX t ,,.Xl55ii'3FEfqf,'f3S'75'Yg...,': -K A,5,,l:,.... AMSQS. we 'L.7 Sybil Peters, Colu mbla Connie Peterson, Arllngton, Va. Carroll Peterson, Atlanta, Ga. Jeanie Plleger, Coral Gables. Fla. Robert D. Philip, Cola Dee Pisarello, Metairie. La. Ann Ormand Plonk, Charlotte, N. C. Ann Polk, Ft Lauderdale, Fla. Carol Anne Powell, Greenville Libby Powers, Slmpsonvllle James F. Pratt, McLean, Va. Jay Prince, Taylors Gigi Pryles, Atlanta, Ga. Janet Puckett, Flelstertown, Md Bonnie Jo Rabon, Cola, Joseph D. Radovanic, Charlotte, N, C Janene Susan Rakes, Huntsville, Ala Nancy A. Ramsdell, Miami, Fla. Cathy Ray, Coral Gables, Fla. Lisa Ann Ream, Orlando, Fla. Arthur Reese, Greenvnlle Joan E. Reeves, Freenville John M. Reilly, Cold Sprung Harbor, N Y R. Matthew Reveille, Towson, Md. Von Reynolds, Slmpsonvnlle Debbie Rice, Oak Rldge, Tn Jim Riley, Unnon Chip Rimer, Chagrm Falls, Ohlo Terri Ring, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla, Cathy Rish, West Columbia Rachel Ritzenthaler, Greenvllle Cam Rivers, Unuon Susan Rivers, Union Alex Roebuck, Allentown, Pa. Jon Rogers, Jacksonvllle, Fla, John S. RoHins, Alexandna, Va. Christopher Scott Romanek, Greenville Bob Rook, Mauldln Hank Rosen, Livlngston, N. J. Elliott Rosselet, Ashevllle, N. C. Patrick N. Rowell, Denmark Martin Eric Royaards, Spartanburg Therese J. Rucker, Medna, Pa. Jack Runion, Lehigh, Fla. Patricia Ann Russell, Atlanta, Ga, Bernard Harold Salmon, Sarasota, Fla Mark Scarbrough, Charleston Emily Schneider, Kingsport, Tn. 2 Christel Scholly, Atlanta, Ga Amy Schroeder, Wayne, N J Dave Shaver, Wayne, N J John Desmond Shine, Paramus, N. J Gary Mack Shipman Jr., New Canaan, Conn Dean H. Short. Eustis, Fla. Stacy Schuman, Mt Pleasant Becky Sigmund, Beckley, W Va Cameron Sillars, Darien, Conn. Robin Simpson, Columbia Patricia S. Singeltary, Fayetteville, Ga George Singleton Ill, Greenwood Sandy Skollield, Winter Park, Fla. Donna Smith, Chattanooga, Tenn J. David Smith, Greenville Jim Smith, Tampa, Fla. Joseph Daniel Smith, Augusta, Ga. David Snipes, Greenville Karen M. Spell, Charleston Carroll Spigner, Columbia Stan Stanley, Dublin, Ga, Kurt Stephany, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla, Mary Teresa Stevens, Augusta, Ga Dale Stewart, Greenville Jimmy Stewart, Greenville Jane Stouller, Cincinnatti. Ohio Keith Storms, N. lndialanttc. Fla. Tully Stoudemayer, Greenville David El. Strassner, Charlotte, N. C, Donna Stroud, Greenville Cynthia Stull, Plantation, Fla, Richard Jetlrey Stull, Plantation, Fla. Celette Sugg, Morganfield, Ky. Paul W. Sullivan, Rockville, Md. Janet M. Swann, Richmond, Va. Susan Takis. Atlanta, Ga, Richard M. Taylor, North Palm Beach, Fla Samuel Huntington Templeman Ill, Lenoir f ...- Robin Tester. Jonesboro, Tn, Marshall Thomason. Spindale, N C Bill Thompson, Matthew, N C, R. Scott Thornton, Kingsport, Tn. Anne Thorpe, Macon, Ga Stephen Randolph Todd, Marion Terri Trinkner, Boca Raton, Fla, Susan Troemner, Strathmere, N. J William Scott Trultt, Denlvood. Md Sarah Tumblin, Stone Mountain, Ga 2 A 4, . 1, Y - ' l -- Q+ir?l:' ' ,Q fe fi 1 'fx 'hir .H W or S N XS into KX X xx S WN 3 If .168 K J -A-W-Q Q i N' u " 1 gif b.y., . .. .,,. ..b,,..y.'., 3 Q t N ,S '2- 'ti an 1, .- -' . f X i T Q 'r 4 I I J . i 411 71 X y A ar 'D '07 "' f K 2 ...Q , if-v-,r?i - , It , fir or f Y P ..4 J fp! f ' V -df . 1 . "W - 'V .. . 4 -.af 5 .. , xt ' 'fl t . '- f Z. N + 1.2. ... 'hui - xi ' fl 1 K' 'V if ' Q 6 'Pi' 5, I- CP- Jaw: Y, -4 I l " fl . ll 1 ' -.Qi-ff I if , its Q x , I .sh " Y J it 1 .Q 'X "' f V g :I gy J .. 1 Ab 4 T fr P E 'tif I .s . .Aff AA -in itil ' i' j WF -ar. Y 'W . Qs, F Q: C" 2 - .5 A '55, . , -W ', . ' 'A S . , f . .f y A R J J 'fm - :, ook' X Y - ,V - 'N Q - " nv if gi rf we . C1 's K , I I W g , 'V I V 1 t ' . - , K , X- ...fx I - J, 2, '49-+- , YO - . , Q , fe- in d t 1 5 ' 1? . 5 sxsfi ' '.'"4:':E?!2T5SIN:-""-I-3:7,"- 'V ' '5' NAI ' "3 X x . 7"" ' , Rs K ' T X f ,... t ,P . ' 'SH et, 1? H 3 fin nl Ii: 6' fv' an P- tv, .gf . U ,l 1... N .. , Q in ll 8-M' fr A S T X of ,ia ii Am fro, , . S ' P x . yi -,-f ' R - . 1 t E 'rr' il al ,J fw lk' ws- w- Jw '74 :S X ,. 1 4 5 , N Q 'b 7 . -v - ', X dr F fi Q w X , ,nf 3 qt ' ' V 'AX 1-it . Q 1 4 - . - A, x . A rs X Q. f . Q. -'is " " 't 3' ' 14 f ' 5 l 'f X ' s .. x ,K fi l I A .A Q, 0 A 11: -9 5: 0 1 , - '- . 'NX--"L T, ' -Q I , , -.f 'llh if- 4 -- 4 . , , . 'J 1- 27 4 :4 t 41" e. f ,f if 5 , ,, , . A la., , V ' " ' ' ' ' 4 ,D j, '- ' f .i z ,,,,.. ' R M i ,4,. , . , , I , i N ' . A . LA ea ' ' av, , if-2 ,,., 5, I.. .Z - 'Z gr 2 N H ' A 1' R 1 4 1 I - 7 U' ,. qi". ' 1 f 1' af' 1 -,.. l. f ., 1 -. .Nfl YM - l . - ff t. " -lA ' - E 4 K ' e ff f A V 'A" - In 1 f 4- 1.-HTA, if 1' 1 , . ig ,za 4 ., .9 l gs L L Z, if , .W - l l--563 "Z, fl ' T ' 2' 1- nl g . L 3' I Z- ' H7-P . ' .. if ' ' t X '- A, fr . Q, ffi L5 ' ' 4. ' A 1 ,af A. " 94" Y Wx' 1 ., , . 5 5, f f ', A 1, I --fra-e is W 21 aa . ?ll, . , 'l- f '15, ,I . .5-1-Ep: ? ft Q. . ... ,lt X . Lf.. ,,, -. Y . ' 4 A A ,f fi ...,a . Q y 6 if ,- n v. l , ,- fi ' ,f ,- XT? x K Ah L -Pr .nf , . ' G'-A t , , 5 it .' A' ' V. W 75 f nv ,- , .. ., f." by 'wax' : , ,. ,f .f 13 V 'V I I4 1 :av ' f S -W .3 vw flaw M i I 4-, I, I ff-W, ,f 2 9 ,Q-, 1' Us Q C 1 wg ...fl " "L A ' -' , . -"' .. ' ,. mf. " A' , .1 Q , Y. C'1"',5'7 1 2 .. 7 .,, . ff -F 5 "'- -f 1 . .V .lf ! l , ., - . "if-it ff" Y gg rl is 'E f M I .,,f 2,11--31' . 'ff l Lynn Tumblin, Simpsonville John A. Turner, Millburn, N. J Jody Tyree, Camden David C. Ullman, Pompano Beach Fla. Kristy Van Zyl, Altamonte Springs, Fla Jamie Verner, Lakeland, Fla. Holly Billareal, Tampa, Fla. Mary Cathleen Wagner, Charlotte, N C Robert L. Walker, Columbia Richard S. Wallace, Jr. Bakersfield, Cal Bruce Wanamaker, Springfield, Va. Cynthia Ann Ward, Charlotte, N C. Anne Warwick, Greenville Fran Warwick, Greenville Levi Anthony Waters, Charleston Lisa Carol Watson. Greenville Carol Wayer, Saginaw, Mich. Lori Weber. St Petersburg. Fla. Deborah Sharon Wein, Sunrise, Fla Nancy Welch, Columbia David W. West, Louisville, Ky. Cathy L. Wheeler, Holland, Pa Debbie Whited, Dunwoody, Ga. Beverly Anita Wiggins, Charleston Kenneth Wilbanks, Dallas, Ga. Allison Williams, Winston-Salem, N, C. Christy Williams, Mandarin, Fla, Dianne Williams, Evans, Ga. G. Stephen Williams, Beaufort, S C. Richard Williams, Birmingham, Ala. Daniel Williamson, Basking Ridge, N. J. David F. Wilsey, St. Petersburg, Fla Margaret Anne Wilson, Camden Ken Wise. Greenville Sydney Duvall Wood, Washington, D C Nancy Wray, Shreveport, La. 2 FOREIGN STUDIES Glenn Boone, Charlotte, N.C. England EBA Candace Eloise Carter, Jacksonville, Fla. Sociology Annie Laurie Heidelberg, Jackson, Miss. R 4 , SocioloQY 'R E -A 713 'rr' faxjgv . ,al David Holliday, LaGrange, Ga. gi A 1 .-5 -1 E: 'c-7 J , Political Science df' x V an , Q X, , , ,if r ,N Rick Poe, Charlotte, N.C. ' i y. S55 political Science . .., Sl ' -fl ,,ir 3 , - wc ig! ' i Arx Phil E. Reeves, Easley Political Science I :ii.j'-... 'Q ,ag I Caroline Runyan. Chester A3 X 51 W 'K Q 357, iw, " English gg, i "" " Stacy Sauls, College Park, Ga. , jd, , Political Science A ' f James C. Thomas, Griffin, Ga. Philosophy Edward Becht, Ft. Pierce, Fla. Kathy Black, Columbus, Ga. -H 2' Q " f , 'F E Susan Brock, Greenville ravi 'X' Q-3 , Ellen H. Espy, Macon, Ga. A rx E b V A ' Lalla Greneker, Edgefield ,f',Qs i V- 'J' is 'f' it Zi 3 3 X Anne Harley, Columbia Edward Lombard, Mountain Rest , Caroline Long, Fountain Inn , .,,, 2, ' X ,3 A 2 gg Paul R. Marshall, Belton F ' . 6 A 'J Q, Ag. AY ' YB' 5 S. at v::4f' "ff" G- '4 Howard Perry, North ff ' X X A L . y i ,fb Joan Price, Greensboro, N.C. , ' 4 i S r t gy, A Ng, 'af' I ,f Catherine H. Osmint, Atlanta, Ga. mn , M fig? tx Annamarie Saliba, Dothan, Ala. Mike Williamson, Aiken 224 Q France FW: PK, I A I vrxfzr' v ,Zi L, : A I A l ,nigga . " ,ig ' ..' ,lm . 3' x A' X E A g l -vt A lf: Af. Japan Janet Heinrich, Asheville, N.C. 13 mJ"' as Art Q, f Claudia Ford, Atlanta, Ga. . "' 5 s Amy Sander, Melville, N.Y. x - X A - I Q U X Ln Q A Austria 1: fav? fe T, , -1-,gl -ge N ji of za- 4, - f I 1 'Q 1 , 17,-H , '+I VH. 5 , ' mi ,. fill ' A - "': Q Susan Kirby Wallingford Pa Ann Pease Cincinnati Oh '4 ' I 5 A Anne Reynolds, St. Peterslnurg, Fla. fi V- j .,. N fu' tn x Q' ' 4 l .11 X ' xv! Victoria Walukewicz, Gaffney English Joni Canupp, Lake City Leslie Anne Payne, Charlotte, N.C. Teri Teat, Central Wendy Tuttle, Miami, Fla Steve Whitten, Bel Air, Md. John Richard Banka, Highland Park, lll Urban Studies Joyce Flynt, Atlanta, Ga. Music Education Shelley Barclay, Dillon Faith Cox, Spartanburg Bill Earle, Greenville Charlie M. Horton, Greenville 225 W' :ia 'cw .V 22" ' 455 M1 '1 V. r- 4 , I, ii :VL- , - 553 2.11 ' 1 Q 31. iq , fn, V., M X. iq 'N , M X. 1, Q.. N ,,e:r3SI:N"L V imakq. X 12' A , by .,w-,-Wggng-wc. ,f we , , M' Q U, , f,,. ,,, 1 ,4- 'ffi' 74:15 ' ' , -- w K - 2 . ., ' . 4.1 .7 4 4-1"'-VL Z-, fZ12'4Iff',g?:',2', 'WW-'v'1' 4 A -m ...iq , , , Y '41 1 rg. A I A-xiii' H ,, y wh 'fi' . if4Z'I2:- ' f W, X23 ,552-,go , :,' ,W 1 4 I ' W ,M H. w?,?L .nw . W W, 6 V ' Af - ,yt A 1:7 A -if ' '93 V X' fav., " 1 -if--'fu 1512222213 ' -"'A- 'Wx A' - we ax, K. 'ef 1 'f ' ' ,WI 1 , ',x ff 2'f X 'v Ef ,. W r Y 'Q f V - w E I -'Ag Q 1- w. U i I N R ,UL .5 fi f,-4 , , ,, QW' 3 SfQi 'ef V' My MQ , ww "My ,W I ,,,, V, 'Mm ,MM Wa mm M5265 mf 'gh AH , 'MA ,,ff , 571 .MQ N JF ' My ,, V , 5 ' Jw ,wi " N5 sy, , W, ' M , ff vw ' M 3 ,jaw 'wah UL V45 , W ,gm , xg 5 , M15 vm 1 4 -1 p A M r 1 'wk jj" J fi f V i '25 , Fi '51 .U ,xx 93 fi ,, tl A 1 x XS X X X 5 1 'Q' 'R ' ?. .. ' - 'X ' , YS .,':. iii' 'riffg' -' ' ' . - ftfj. V S-4. Q -U .. ., . , .,., E i , ff w,,"' ML f ff Ty,f'13f.'f.Zjgb,w f""1M'xW W-pl ,Q H f , Fw . ig-I b ':"' , 'W v lu, ' f , if . v xy 4' wx X az, NA H. 91' . E- qi fig 561-4 AP' - i K , 'wsw C, , . ,,,., .,.. . ..,1,uV..- , L 5 ng .asv E i 9 , J A4 .,,vv'f' 31 4 Cimav . 3 amunoi .5 x A' Q., W , 5 ,- wi 1-. ,.,.9 --ummm-3 lt, it f X . fa. 'S ,' A ,X 'X r -my 'W .X , -1- ifl f q if 'V 5 1 ff' tif' ' A 4 'A ' " 513' ' 1' 4 , Q 'S , , ' Q' il J '15 q Q -'-A ' ' A 2:1 Q Tia 1 ' ET' . . YW V.,--f-' TRADER BILL'S" SHARK TOOTH COVE GAY DOLPHIN GIFT COVE, Myrtle Beach, S. C. Sends Congratulations to the Class of 1977 ,-.5 fi? ' l '?,1f'- 5:1-l ' . ' ,, 5, - . ' 15: 4- - f ., K, is K Ni. fag if W-i"" -in 321' N I H 'TQ' Q f, - wif' il-.-ffgggffa l . Q if f -ie.-- yt . .,,vff,i- i V ,Fixx ,- .fu .x Mega- e E- -: Y -kxk 4, 0 V ktggx 4 . 3 '31, gil. --ish. 1 . f 5' " : 'X LI: . . L , . ,, , ..1 ,. .-A. ,ft Q.. -,D J - . . sim: -9 fffrs ,. -. . W ' f f 1-'J T. T 'Y-1-rs .5 . - 1 ' ,, :1g1E'i:.J:'fLe::j. ,. ,gm '- . , . 5 " "5 -1' . 1 1. , '-'.aTf":',. ""!-3 - 15 5-ubg '!,. -"Sw .2-.14-.',.:f-Mai. L51 .vb-7:21---li2'f1'f .' 'm J - -'1-1121--. an :eb --- I-L -.. - J . 4 'QF ' jr L t 1 , . ' 4 .f.i.5gf' ' .:..s:f tt. -. . '-1 .L . --'ma K 1 F' .12-.15-E... Q.. ,-31-j'-sees '-45 ---.7 , 9-ff371i2.7EsYi21 , 5 .r- ,. .. 11-: :?5E'2gg-'9?-af:-if 3755 .faiggsefiggi awe .as-gesemsfisesciz . -'mfvg-5-.,: :121g2b1f:,gi,i35z:z3fei we-.pi Q -' . -iviagwijing, gage 2-', ,Az .,'-:1,.1g?',':.g3i2y1fwf:.:- -jg .f 1' x " i-V, 1.2 ':"1v. gnu?-F.- -:iw 1:1--P2 4 -pu, gs .- . 1 ' , -mf, i s . ' 1 . .,- ,im ,-rf'-,f has , ..f .tLf..., ..1.g,,,.., ,ac l ,, v f- .Q1a:L.,g4jr,,., -- .Q X, , . V - V ' 1-rv --' -L. A ,xx -f h . '39 1 I . Exif' I ,ilvh-LY X ., V 1 E P I1 . h 230 PELHAM ROAD GREENVILLE, SOUTH CAROLINA 29607 TELEPHONE 233-2795 The es a difference at C8zS Bank. Most banks offer car loans, checking and savings accounts. safe deposit boxes and trust services. CSLS Bank does, too. But when you come to CSLS for any of your banking needs. come ready for action. Because you get what you want when you want it. Instead of just talking about good service, C8LS Bank makes it happen. That's why at CSLS it's the action that really makes the difference. Bank iyhere the action is ln South Carolina - The Citizens and Southern National Bank of South Carolina Member F,D,I.C, U3 QL 'PET WJ A MILK A Nothing could be flner U h I ' cggm W ere In Caro Ina. 1000 Things To Make Somebody Happy glfts 'furmture -accessorles Wmgd t 2718128 I H 23 BANK OF TRAVELERS REST Travelers Rest, South Carolina 'E151iffI:I555553I5F5E5fE5E51?E2?5E5E53:-, ffzliif I' -I YOUR COMMUNITY BANK Member F.D.l.C. Insured to 540,000.00 Dan River Inc. Woodside Division Executive Offices 260 South Pleasantburg Drive Greenville, S. C. an equal opportunity employer - Manufacture of fine textile fabrics for Apparel, Home and Industrial use. 233 1 MJ-, F,.'l'." 1 "-,-. - '- fl 4 , ,- ,. , ',,,P,,,,,--'Z-,ggsww -T' "" .f- , CQ1ie0f1fls bumfifhf 6faLmna.luf?auAf,ZLuzhJnuu,! d!h,d1,v,uuQwawtwrAJ6iLfamf Alhbfihdllv ldbfvufbnrnuf EM. , VM: LLL-A1,mza,e5:L ' -n,.--....-..Y.M.-,h V- -1 SOUTHE Member FDIC Compliments of DAVIS ELECTRICAL CONSTRUCTORS, INC. ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS - INDUSTRIAL AND COMMERCIAL 429 North Main Street Greenville, S. C. Creating Jobs and Careers throughout the Country SPECIALIST IN MOTOR TRANSPORTATION INSURANCE 3 Sl N C E 1 , vounf ndependenr Insurance AGENT mm .ou my if T. J. Mims, President Greenville, South Carolina GREER FEDERAL Your good neighbor savings and Ioan GREER FEDERAL SAVINGS 81 LOAN IOUINNIAN HIP IKIILNUI-ICHXI IUQE LEE D LVMAN X I. MI-It I R S. R C IAVLORS S C ssf 22 w ' l-, w wf .- .smv1 f..- a .p.:!.s,:n-:.:w -, .1 - ' - - ' 4 v - wx. x, V, ', . wx. 3:-N5-x -"W - .. , r li -.rm ,-QA, ---,,+,. -...X f .-, . 20 1" f - 'wx A- '92 N vw . Ns... A S 15- i N lWK We're the Bank that Belleves Serving the Community rs So Important We've 1- Made It Port of Our Nome A--d 5"- if Communlty Bank 4l6EN thS zoos Pl b D za swd H pt Bla b FDIC J ......"""'...."lH One to Une Q withYour v i if 3' Q A Q . . S . 1, 3, gn: v'nf L . ,Ji , Kb, v' ,, ' . 9,5 Is , ,H - :Fi 'C Ni -, - V . 1 - .u . V 1 I W. 4' , '? ' na! 'Y 1: 5 5- . Ol' t. , . easant urg r. ' 52 a e am . mem - - - I :Q fu ' , 45,153 ' ' , ,La E . QC., Q P F,-R,,,, rv' .f Q "W 'K ' 'Bn-kv - - 0 O Frrst Piedmont , Personal Banker Bunk l r THE FAMOUS SUB SHOPPE 1417 Poinsett Highway Dovvnto Pleasamburg Wade Hampton Greenville' S' C' 29609 Vvhle Horse lvlauldn Member FDIC phone: 235-9312 Le 'S get to 1 ---- V...., oth r. You're probably already well acquainted with the name Stevens. And you should be. Weve been filling Americas textile needs for more than 150 years. But we can only continue to do that with people. Dedicated. hard-working people. People like some you may know who work with Stevens. But, how about you? Your dedication and hard work have earned you a diploma. Now, let that diploma pay off for youf lt could be your key to getting a solid position with Stevens. We have lots of challenging, rewarding jobs. Each offering good pay and benefits. And an even greater future. At Stevens, people have always made the difference. Contact the Personnel Office of the Stevens plant most convenient for you. We'd like to get to know you a whole lot better. J. P Stevens 84 Co., lnc. An Equal Opportunity Employer. Carolina Federal If sAviNos AND LoAN ASSOCIATION 0 Q b d 500 East Washington St. A s . lt S to e . 2430 Easitgso-Jrthugtfslgct. at Pelham 6050 White Horse Rd. l803J 271-2510 711 West Washington Street Greenville, S. C. Phone 232-5291 237 38 if THE MILLION DOLLAR MEN Seated, left to right: Mack Thomason, Marvin Owen, Mark Miller, Paul Lawson Clayton Jefford, Brad Westmoreland, Lee Mitchell, Bill Griffin, Alan Almand Billy Posey. Standing, left to right: Mike Winters, Chuck Bundy, Phil Under- wood, Fred lmbrogno, David Sloan, Richard Barr, David Trone, Mike Thoma son. Not pictured: Tollie Mitchell, Paul Bolzan, Dargan Flowers. Take a bite out of life While you re still young enough to have your own teeth ?South Carolin N ' -F a atlonal Bank X , N , v u 4 ,dw L EEE THE SMART PLACE TO GO FOR GOOD THINGS TO EAT' In clvement If you luke things mechanical luke to tlnker vvlth motors and test your lngenulty and creatlvlty by maklng or repalrlng things you may have the makings of a good engineer Slrrlne IS a flrm of consulting engineers men and vvomen who have the capablllty and the tralnlng to design and make things happen One of Slrnne s biggest jobs as helplng lndustry to better control water and alr pollution If you seek such Involvement start novv on a program to prepare yourself with a good solld education Who knows? You may some day be lust the kund of person thus nation and Slrrme needs E SIRRINE COMP ENGINEERS SINCE 1902 AN EMPLOYEE OWNED COMPANY 216 S PI Il S C 29606 lB03l 298 6000 OO Y T 19 kt p 77027 17131627 2610 Wy I1f R d R I gh N C 27607 1919i 782 8900 ll 1 ,NLF Pgvxk 1. . A N Y y , easantb g D ,G , . , 1 - or vo ,S F Iv G ,H uston, ex. - v -2050 r 2 f" 2145 ff lk' ' 4 Pam Pinkston Jane Moore Mona Jowers Sarah Pair Mary Brown Caralyn Blissit Margaret Roper Buck Gillespie Shelly McGinnis Susan Mason Carl Anderson Chuck Stines Dirk Carlson Jim Berl Tom Snader John Kehoe Eddie Brooks Tom Harkins Charlie Price Richard Barr Brad Tornwall Bill Southern Frank Elvington Marc Denais Drew Crowell Lynne Brannon Ike Simpson Steve Whitescarver Suzanne O'DonnelI Susan Valentine Dawn DuVal David Anderson Bobby Church Susan Storey Johnny Patrick Frank Moses Laurie Dellinger Jim Keeter Sandra Davis Brad Hiles Steve Dover Keith Puckett Don Hood I I . , , 'lg fix we -, . H, M., A f A . 1 . L, -5- -U, -, , - . 4. T, . - ..-'31.- 'G em .- Y Y . " , N ga4,,1n -QV: M4,av,v .fx-,V J . -A , N .nail -xx , Q A' Z"5--.megs-',. H'-'P"'. ' gg, X, -- 5 -- . , y u X, T . sfQEeffi:f.b- ,.- f4ff ,A . Swmwww AX GN M' ' ' .."':.."'- - - .. 1- ' , - ' ' X 9"ifigxka -,T -- :1 . -. A . , , uma! . X rnwn, - , XF . . . Z? ., 3 M-X. - . , ' . .,., 'f' - ' . ' 1'??'2W ' -:L -,- ,,j,gip 'j"4 . ,jjfgxzv 1 Y ' 5i':"H:'3:iiI - yr' ' ,mfi xv. -'-.ver-.:g'- ' Z' Maw ,hw ' , 5 .Q , .f P ., bl M 1, 1, ,X f ,v S , , 1 u. S A , vw, , A I g " 'E X' , 6 , A' -IEA' Ji.b 'AMNV If .r S ,- S in I 11. f is Q rf? . , 523.4 fm 0 i?l,6f11?'Qf .if - 52- ,Qi X - - A 4-A . - 1 X . , ' ,,,: ,. -Y' -ff, xxx -..x . Mgfj-.gf :ii " 1 . ' f 1: 'fUZ,.'xw7 5, ...f. :Q ' QA : 3' 1 s if-1, A - Ja-an '-1 ,- J xx-Z. ., .a "-,EFS 54? " , v--,, .ww , Y, .mu .:, - Q, IwA,,.-4,1 A. 1.-: ' ' . '1- . 'EH , - ' ,,,--,,.. ,. . 1 'Av -.',:.' P1 - . -- . Y - 1 1 b, . . I x I .. - ,. 5 , I., . A ' ' - '1 ' -- ' '3si5'1'iJ' 'fiiifvikffwrwgu-. ' ' 'M:'f1 ' , A X, A ,X -M.-,.n. Y.. ' 'Sf eia. ,+L KT.-Q A L , 1 g M. M X. W.- x 2 ' I , ww . " --:S+- 4'?f22c:ef"' . A- , M, A"" 5' , V 4 5 . Kia 2 '52 Q ...wad-5. M 21-'iw .,.-.W--4.1 S gf M WR i ,.., , kj, Vw, .F ' 'fra ,.,.4,,. Q Of: W? fax Zvi? f' ' ' ' Q .,.,,:,L, -31, ,jy'1. if fha-fr V. ,j V W Q 5 mm ME lxu "" wif- ' - NQSSQQ nf 5' fwm,iXW fwmg QQ? mwykn-WM fww Swwww aww Q 4 'f 'Qazgjr f Li ui5 .EX W? Vw .A,. QfAiU E ' f ,sz V Q wx 1 JNQW fue, 'A H ' gs X A .v.. -' jeg. Q I. 241 Other banks ju t arent Flrst r Frrst Natronal Bank RAINBOW DRIVE-IN We Specualrze rn Orders to Take Out Telephone 239 1659 The Place for Furman Students 1 to Eat 1218 Ponnsett Highway Greenville S C I I ' 1 ' , .4 r 1 I Qxflzff . .19 1 Y 1 I 42 TRAVELER'S RESTAURANT TRAVELER'S MOTEL Home Cooked Meals and Partial to Furman parents and students Real Country Cured Ham only 3 miles North on Highway 25 Owner: Gene G. Cox Phone: 834-7023 Phone: 834-7222 SCARE A LITTLE 1 ' TURN our LIGHTS WHEN Not IN use FIDELITY FEDERZIL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSCCIATION HOME OFFICE: East Washington Street, Greenville C242-69203 Branches: Stone Avenue, Pleasantburg, Wade Hampton I Berea, Greer, Mauldin, White Horse Road 24 44 MIDNIGHT I-IUNGER RUNS? Come To DAIRY Q EE FIVE MINUTES FROM BACK GATE 253 By Pass Left at Back Gate Rlght at UHIVBFSIIY Mall Turn Rlght at Second Stophght at Unlon Bleachery Plant OPEN 10 30 am to 12 30 alll 'vgnuluunnzk A- Delivenipg Top quallw YEHRIQOOK plunlmg Fon oven half a CBIIIURY keys pmntmg P.O. Box 8 Greenville, South Carolina 29602 Phone: 18035 288-6560 --- -J N. N W 1 1 5 i E E K x f V 1 l N I K k r I 1 21 Uhr Qirrrnuillv Numa SOUTH CAROLINA S LEADING NEWSPAPERS GREENVILLE PIEDIVIONT ik - xt' all F 10.-IQ I ixgcf. -'fi rgq-raw, I Rs- ALLL Fl , an I I -' All 4 I I I H fl ene as e , V ofggghrgglgmgxan EMM STEVEN S STU D ICS A complete photographuc sennce 9 ' .X JOIN fh9 if f Pepsi Peo le feelm'free' FOR THOSE WHO WANT QUALITY AND PERFORMANCE NIICHELIN TIRES RAWLINGS TIRE AND OIL COMPANY 312 S. Pl AI Ban ers r st i 1 1 , I pm" T4 N Lx 1521. N 'L 1 , , :t.E.r, Lil? ' I Iiffffsfiff I ' I I' - Z2 AJ -9- " I I AT easantburg Ne IVI t Square 48 TU LAT S-'A S9 Q X, 'Sm if I .V ,.,, A .,i- 1 L ,J . W l lx' TL. Who S Whom Martha Kingston' ' A P ll 'XJI7' " 1 - -2-cf , Rememberthe T X "ff happiness I W U A ' A that happened here l I wish you 'fl r l . tml e. iff " X 'T 'L " X Lrxxlv K 0 ' so much more We SHERWOOD like I 1 in the future - to congratulate you' Your lovmg slster P Dad Mom Amy Chup am We made lt' Dargan Flowers Through all llfe s Congratulations Sherry Swanson Congratulations' You ve Come A Long Way Baby We Couldnt Be Prouder Love Mother 8. Dad 250 cusplds and bxcusplds s. mcusors molars and canmes May the world of dentistry full the cavity of your llfe' and best of luck always We love you Your Famlly A. I are proud of Dr. and Mrs. lra B. scholarship and NIE My! Q- . 158' Susan Chrlsmon Susan Our love and congratulations upon your graduation from Furman We have always been proud of you and wlll continue to be so as you enter another phase of your llfe Love, Mom, Dad 8. Robert Barry Satterfleld Barry, Your Mother and Father are proud of you' Remember this IS another turning polnt In your llfe and one that we all have looked forward to We pray your llfe wlll be filled with much happiness and contentment and that all your dreams come true' We love you very much' Y . ,. -I 9' -'MOU' -4 v N t' Lights, Kenny Middleton Congratulations And Best Wishes Our No 1Son, K Love, Mom and Dad I1 -' L . A-- Q., 5 I ,W I + , M' , A 1 K x' 1 W AA' " ,u f -'-- :- " 'r x . t ' -, 'L-," ' ,A 'F A..X.,t, . b. L -A .,. 1 1' M " ,1 f 5 f,-4 .Q -A 1- ...A - ,,.,,fs1x , -M ,, V A, ,- S z. 5, .1 V . ,th-' - rw P jg' 'A e ,, .gg , l J -1 Wa- Q. .'2"'- v :Q.,7' ' "r V' 'A'-' ' ' o . 4' Ji. ,me:+,gf'1':'f.,"' " -5 - ' . -l f -fly? 3"-M A T , . .-. 1 ',. 3386, 1. f: ' .. A , k , .,l 5 '- l L .H " ' . . . -e - L . . . ,.,,,.. y V D b , !"'K:'.,Q'Q, 5,-' " A 1- 3 ,,'.'?-.1m.-.-si. "- ", - " ' ' 1' 'IV e ,r -x - - -,. ,f-57. - -- km ' - - 'f 3, ,,9.,- .Q - ,f.ff, r M V- . x"f' -U iv g ,, - A 1 , 5.1 v.g-A.q,.1-. . R X Q, ., - - r . 'W- .arf - rf api, ,, ' 'V v . ,' r ,,. .'-' :ED-'W -M., ff' -" y- . . ' ' - r,,.'l- ' - l. ,,, - ,uf . V 3' 'feng "i""'-s if V 'Lf' . N - ' -. '-- F .:--2 , .' 3-- ' .:"" " ,. "riff ' L ff -,if .-.L M- '. , S 5 ' .i , -iz1"5"fQ:i3'-'-1 . '- - -.I-" l w H H en f CONGRATULATIONS IVIIKE, WE ARE , i ALL VERY PROUD. IVIUIVI 84 DAD AND 'ar' 2?' MICHAEL LESLIE JOHN ROWLANDS ' . ,-ff FRIENDS IN AMERICA ANDTHE FAIVIILY 1 I ,..- ,if ,.- C Z IN WALES. WELL DONE! CYNIRU ANI BYTH! BEST WISHES IN YOUR ENDEAVOURS. f gy... Q !! ff O , ff iff' f4 1 ,f 7 9 t ,,f! "LE .gf , r j xv Joe Bridwell Joe, We're so glad you made it over that part of the road that sometimes seemed so rough. Best of luck in everything. Gordon 81 Vera Phil Creveling We are proud of you, Phil. Best wishes for your future. All the Crevelings I fur I I, Carol Cambra I P15--'53 Best of luck to Carol Cambra I and much love from. I IEE Mama and Dad I Julie McMillan Y fm- , s. i V 1 I X 1 F fV?"' James Fuller Congratulations and best wishes from your loving parents. 'GV fvrfzmg Nancy Louise Stewart Q E J ? a i Q is , A L R b I F 1. l ,, i I . ' I i. l i L 'z E With love and understanding, share the knowledge you have gained with others. Love Mr. and Mrs. James Stewart Kenneth C. Ezell Congratulations on your participation in the U. S. Open - a first for you and for Furman. lVlay there be many more. V I r AM! lil iii i P 4 U Wit .. ' A V cv - lt gf' 1 -, ,3 it .. V 1 3 2 ' TH' R -' ,fffi f- f '.--l .ir 'ff 1. L i. ?. 7 r 7 L' , J A. -,-iXs..,f' fg yfxl ff K-ku 253 l INDEX A Baird, Ed, 153, 214 Baker, Dianne, 206. Baker, Jimmy, 172. Baker, John, 173. Baker, Steven, 172, 186. Abrams, Larry, 186. Abercrombe, Margaret E., 177. Acker, Jon, 171, 206. Ackermann, Richard J., 152, 206. Adams, Steve, 163, 167, 198. Addis, Howard D. Adkins, Glen, 146, 160. Advisory Council 142. Baldwin, Danny, 162, 214. Baldwin, David A., 186. Ball, Arden A., 214. Ballantine, Bill, 168,186. Ballenger, Mary, 186. Ballew, Mark E., 214. Ballou, Paul, 171. Baltimore, Jeannie Sue, 198. Bandy, Darla Alane, 161, 206. Aho, Sandra, 160, 214. Aiesi, Dr. Donald P., 179. Akel, Fred, 214. Alexander, James A., 206. Alford, Ann, 214. Alford, Dr. Charles L., Ill, 143, 179. Alford, John M., 170, 206. Allen, Carlton, 186. Allen, Jerry, 186. Allen, Meredith, 144, 186. Allen, Rhonda, 206. Allen, William Thomas, 161, 214. All University Court 143. Altman, Alan, 169, 172. Alverson, Betty J., 155, 177. Anderegg, Katherine Ann, 163, 206. Anders, Ted, 168. Banka, John Richard, 225. Barbee, Barber, Billy, 186. Cristy, 214. Barbrey, Anna, 162, 206. Barclay, Shelley, 166, 225. Barfield Barker, Barker, Barker, Barnes, Barnes, Barnett, , Stewart B., 150, 206. David, 214. Norman, 173. Phil, 198. Keith, 163. Tricia, 144, 198. Doug, 214. Baroody, Lisa, 206. Barr, Richard, 149, 198. Barrett, Jeff, 214. Barry, Carey, 186. Bartlett, Ann, 211, 214. Andersen, Dr. Peter A., 179. Anderson, Debbie, 150, 186. Anderson, Karen, 214. Anderson, Kim, 198. Anderson, Kyle, 171, 206. Anderson, Anderson, Anderson, Mary Anne, 206. Paul Henry, 177. Theodore David, 186. Andrews, Cheryl, 149, 186. Andrews, Denise, 214. Apgar, Lois, 214. Ardaman, Kurt, 152, 171, 206. Argonauts 145. Armistead, Michael, 140, 198. Armitage, Sheri Lea, 160, 198. Armstrong, Leslie Hamilton, 186. Armstrong, Lynda, 152, 206. Armstrong, Robert J., 214. Armstrong, Wilda Grace, 186. Baskin, Ford, 198. Baskin, John, 186. Bateman, Dr. Lane, 179. Bates, Leslee, 160, 169, 206. Bates, Dr. Rudolph D., 179. Batson, Jennie Ruth, 162, 198. Batson, L. Ellis, Jr., 163, 165, 214. Bauchle, Nancy, 111, 214. Baumgarner, Rick, 161, 206. Baxter, Craig Bayless, Cathy, 214. Beall, Page, 148, 150, 152, 214. Beamer, Kim, 206. Bearden, Jim, 161,186 Beaugrand, Clyde, 163, 214. Becht, Edward, 224. Becker, Bill, 214. Beckford, Mr. John S., 179. Behr, Bobby, 170. Binnicker, Mitzi, 214. Bjorklund, Dr. Beth, 179. Black, Cindy, 214. Black, Kathy, 224. Blackston, Ronald Steven, 206. Blackstone, Rip, 214. Blackwell, Dr. Albert L., 179. Blackwell, Alice L., 152, 162, 187 Blair, Lynne Allyson, 187. Blair, Sharon, 162, 163. Blair, Susan, 99. Blakely, Dan, 198. Blakely, Dave, 169. Blalock, David, 198. Blalock, Marshall, 206. Blakenship, Arthur Eugene, 214. Blazer, Mrs. Doris A., 179. Bledsoe, Kim 198. Blind, Ruth Ann, 163, 166. Blissit, Coralyn, 187. Block, Dr. John M., 179. Blood, Laurence, Jr., 170, 198. Blumer, Robert Joseph, 146, 187. Boda, Alan, 162. Boda, Dr. Daniel, 179. Boda, Elaine, 162. Bodmer, Joe, 148, 150. Boersig, Christy, 214. Boland, Lisa, 214. Bolzan, Paul Michael, 187. Bond, Gary Bondy, George C., Jr., 198. Bonhomie 149. Bonner, Dr. Francis. W., 176. Bonner, Stuart, Jr., 171, 187. Boone, Glenn, 224. Boone, Marilyn, 162. Bosin, Tammy, 214. Boswell, Mary, 206. Boswell, Tom, 173. Botkin, Stephen, 170. Bounds, Bowden. Stephen, 150, 187. John B., 206. Bowers, Becky, 166, 206. Bowers, Mark, 173. Bowers, V. Scott, 214. Aston, Roger, 170, 206. Arnold, Beth, 163, 166, 186. Arnold, Sally Curb, 149, 150,186. Arrington, Billy, 206. Arrington, Dr. Charles A., Jr., 143 179. Arrington, 160, 186. Asbury, Mary Lynn, 160, 161,166 Ashcraft, Jane Bracken, 198. Ashely, Jean M., 186. Ashy, Dr. Peter J., 143, 179. Association of Furman Students 140. Belcher, David O., 160, 206. Belew, Belle, 186. Bell, Dr. James, 179. Bell, Sarah Virginia, 160, 187. Belote, Dr. Arthur F., 179. Bendin, Tim, 214. Benjamin, Gary, 163. Bennett, Carolyn, 101, 187. Bennett, Chris, 206. Bennett, James D., Jr., 187. Bennett, Steve, 198. Bowser, Michele, 163, 206. Boychuk, Mark, 173. Boyd, James, 163, 165, 167. Boyd, Charles, Jr., 154, 160,167, Bozard, James D., Jr., 206. Bozeman, Nancy, 187. Bradham, Bo, 148, 206. Bradley, Ellis, 163. Bradley, Marci, 111, 145. Bradley, Willie, 154,160, 167. Braid, Susan M., 214. Branch, David, 198. Branch, Leslie E., 92, 214. Brandes, Jeanne, 169. 206 Brandyburg, Orzella, 154, 163, 198. Breland, Atkins, Geoff, 206. Austin, Alan D., 110,186 Austin, Mark, 173. B Baden, Helen, 160, 206. Bagwell, Wayne, 163. 254 Benson, Bobbie, 148. Benson, Dana, 206. Berkowitz, Joey, 198. Berl, James F., 198. Berry, Barbara A., 177. Berry, Cindy, 214. Beverly, Marie, 214. Bigler, Jim, 170. Bindewald, Chuck, 214. Binnicker, Mabry, 152, 169. Branham, Cheryl, 160, 214. Branham, Marsha, 214. Brannan, John, 206. Brannon, Pam, 149, 187. Brannon, Ftandalyn, 144, 187. Brantley, Donald, 187. Brantley, Dr. William, 179. Julie L.,162, 214. Brenneman, Mark Ellis, 214. Brewer, Dr. Charles L., 179. Bridges, Sherrie, 160. Bridges, William Marshall, Ill, 214. Bridwell, Charles J., 187. Brittain, David, 140, 142, 152, 163, 167 Britton, Jane, 152, 206. Broadway, Jane, 187. Charles Edward, 177. Brock, Brock, Cheryl, 187. Brock, Susan, 224. Brockington, Langdon, 118, 170. Brockman, Judy, 198. Brockman, Mary Jo, 160, 214. Brook, Debra, 150, 198. Brooks, Richard E., 198. Brown, David Russell, 171, 206. Brown, Debbie, 206. Brown, Dr. H. Malvern, 179. Brown, Karen, 160. Brown, Lynn, 161, 206. Brown Mary, 144, 149, 206. Brown Bruce, , Pamela, 214. Susan, 169, 206. Brueckner, James, 214. Bryan, James Anthony, 198. Bryan, Mark, 162. Bryan, Lt. Col. Thomas F., 179. Bryan, Pam, 187. Bryant, David Alan, 214. Bryant, Randy, 214. Bryson, Mr. Rhett, 179. Bucy, Patty, 206. Capell, Cydney, 150, 188. Carapellotti, Paul, 173. Caraway, Scott, 150, 199. Carey, Jane T., 92, 215. Carlton, Edna M., 177. Carlton, Tom, 124. Carman, Diana, 215. Carpenter, David, 188. Carter, Candace Eloise, 224. Carpenter, Walter Clement, 215. Carr, Martha K., 180. Carson, Trey, 110, 146, 170, 199. Carter, Jane R., 177. Carter, Candy, 135. Carvalho, Alzira, 142, 206. Casey, Daniel, 215. Cash, Melanie Audrey, 144, 215. Cassens, Steven, 215. Casteel, Cathy, 199. Castleberry, David, 160, 161. Cates, Martha Jane, 199. Catoe, Pamela, 145, 206. Cell, John, 162,165. Centaur 172. Center, Elizabeth Ellen, 215. Cervera, Sandy, 188. CESC 155. Chambless, Edie, 207. Chamber Singers 161. Chandler, Mary Beth, 199. Chandler, Nat, 160, 161, 215. Budalick, Richard G., 214. Buddin, Norman P., Ill, 171, 206. Bueker, Jo, 206. Buford, Dr. Thomas O., 143, 180. Bullock, Wally, 148, 215. Bumgardner, Bobby, 144, 172, 187. Bundy, Charles A., 144, 153, 170, 187. Bunting, Marybeth, 215. Burgess, Faye, 134, 160, 166, 180. Burgess, John T. lJackl, 215. Burkart, Cheryl A., 173, 187. Burke, Julia, 160, 166, 198. Burkett, Bonnie, 160, 198. Burnett, Lisa A., 198. Burns, Rebecca Lynne, 187. Burr, Debbie, 163. Burriss, Wyndie J., 199. Burry, Brent, 143, 206. Burton, Barbara, 143. Butler, Lethea, 154, 199. Butler, William M., 152, 172, 206. Byars, Douglas A., 215. Byerly, Don, 172, 188. C Caddell, Danny, 163, 215. Cadle, Ken, 173. Cain, Kathie, 215. Cain, Lisa Ann, 152, 215. Cain, Naomi Caldwell, Robbie, 173. Caldwell, Mark, 146, 188, 160. Callaway, Jim, 110. Cambra, Carol Ann, 135, 146, 188. Campbell, Scott, 215. Campsen, Cyndi, 146, 199. Cantrell, Phil, 140, 142, 215. Canupp, Joni, 225. Chapman, John E., 199. Charron, Michael A., 207. Cheatham, Deck, 215. Chen, Dr. Lin, 180. Cheney, Stephen Cherry, Maurice C., 180. Chesebro, Robert C., 180. Childers, Al, 144, 148, 215. Childers, Fred, 160, 167. Chiles, Elaine, 207. Chiles, Ms. Marguerite Moore, 169, 177. Chrismon, Susan E., 188. Chrisope, Karen, 145, 162, 207. Christenberry, Robert E., 177. Chrushel, Robert, 110. Church, Jim, 160, 199. Ciriot, Pamela, 207. Clanton, Dr. Donald H., 180. Clark, Catherine, 142, 144, 152, 199. Clark, Jeff, 110, 171, 199. Clarkson, Kevin Elizabeth, 101, 215. Clayton, Dr. Donald Henry, 177. Clayton, Dr. J., 143. Cleary, John, 118. Clements, Nancy, 215. Cline, Carol E., 188. Cline, Karla, 215. Cloer, Dr. Carl Thomas, Jr., 177. Clonts, Gary, 171, 207. Coates, Renee, 140, 142, 188. Coble, Carol Ann, 188. Cochran, Debra Melane, 150, 215. Cochran, Guy Shelton, 172, 207. Cochran, Julie, 152, 215. Cockman, James M., ll, 215. Coggins, Debra L., 152, 215. Coggins, James Michael, 188. Coiner, John S., 177. Coker, Dr., 143. Cole, J. David, 160, 207. Cole, T. Stanley, 188. Coleman, Buddy, 215. Coleman, Karen, 207. Coley, Wayne, 199. Collins, Keith, 118. Collins, Russ, 207. Combs, Candy, 160, 215. Compton, Forrest W., 207. Comstock, Carol Frances, 215. Concert Choir 161. Cone, Janet, 92, 199. Conits, Faye, 199. Conn, Melinda, 144, 199. Conner, Pam, 215, Conrad, Bill, 215. Conroy, Pete, 215. Coogle, K. Lee, 148, 207. Cook, Gene, 134, 188. Cook, Dr. Paul M., ll, 180. Cook, Sam Gene, 188. Cook, Steven R., 188. Cooley, Laurie, 207. Cooper, Michele, 215. Cooper, Oliver, 152, 173. Copeland, Carolyn, 160, 216. Copland, David Gorden, 174, 207. Corbitt, Dave, 160, 199. Corbitt, Rebecca, 160, 161, Core, Hap, 118, 172. Corley, Anne, 92, 216. Corn, Charles M., Jr., 163, 216. Cornelius, Sheri, 199. Cort, Dr. Charles C., 177. Cotey, David E., 135, 140, 188. Cothran, Cindy, 216. Cothran, June, 207. Cothran, Wendell, 161. Cottingham, John A., 140,170,188 Cottingham, Nancy, 207. Cottingham, Mr. Walter L., 180. Coulter, Leigh, 122, 150. Coutant, Cary Allen, 188. Cover, Dr. James Dan, 180. Cox, Becky, 216. Cox, Faith, 225. Cox, Mr. Jerry L., 180. Cox, Tony, 173. Crabb, Phillip, 207. Crabtree, Dr. John H., Jr., 180. Craig, Linda, 149. Crain, Brenda, 207. Crain, Stephen, 199. Craine, Melodie, 150, 152, 199. Cranford, Bill, 172. Crantford, Dr. Carey S., 180. Crapps, Dr. Robert W., 180. Crawley, Sharon, 144, 216. Creasman, Pam, 161, 216. Creech, Cindy, 155, 199. Crittenden, Rick, 163, 165, 167, 188 Crocker, Teri, 174, 188. Crompton, Barbi, 207. Crosland, David B., 118, 216. Crowe, Dr. Stanley J., 180. Culcleasure, Frederick Douglas, 154 188 Cullen, Randy, 94. Culp, Kathy, 216. Cumby, Sgt. H. W., 180. Cunningham, Dr. Dixon C., 180. Currence, Rob, 149, 167, 207. Curry, James Dean, 162, 216. FIELD DAY -1 Wa? , w -. ,yn 'iv ,, V Q ian yy!- Mw 'W ff. ,K 7 1 ,gg -.VFNH - 'A,A 1, iw '+- wk, -., em+.,y,. :QW la f ' a Curry, Kevin, 147, 152, 207. Cuttino, Jr., 133.161, 188. D Dabbs, Tom, 162, 163, 207. Dacus, Allen, 124. D'Adamo, Michael, 199. Daniel, Beth, 122. Daniel, Debbie, 199. Daniels, Tom, 170. Dankel, John B., 143, 177. Darby, Brian P. Darby, Buddy, 173. Darr, Torn, 216. Dartnall, Nancy, 162, 163, 216. Daughtry, Jed. Davenport, Scott, 124, 199. Davidson, Dari, 94, 172. DuBose, Craig, 155, 168. DuBose, Curtis, 163, 216. DuBose, Ronnie A., 154, 163, 216. Duda, Diane, 216. Duda, Pamela Susan, 92, 216. Duggan, Chuck, 118, 216. Delaney, Lucy F., 207. Dunaway, James Robert, 162, 163, Dunham, Richard, 110, 216. DuPuy, Melissa, 160, 216. DuRant, Debbie, 99, 216. DuRant, Jamie, 207. Durham, Danny L., 188. Durham, Deion, 188. Dutton, Monte, 14O,144, 152. Duty, Vernon, 170, 207. Duvall, Dawn, 207. E Davidson, Martha, 148, 207. Davis, Annette C., 199. Davis, Beth, 216. Davis, Dan, 163, 216. Davis Elizabeth A., 216. Davis, Jeffery A., 207. Davis Melinda, 199. Day, Susan, 199. Deavor, Susan, 216. DeFoor, Claire, 160. DeFoor, Denise, 160. DeFoor, M. Fred, Jr., 160, 161, 188. DeGano, Thea, 162. Dellinger, Laurie, 145, 207. DeLong, Audrey DeLong, Bonnie, 148, 216. Deneen, Henry, 146. Dennis, Patrick H., 143, 168, 207. Devenny, Katherine S., 161,216 Devine. Cissy, 14. DeVos, Capt. Edward G., 180. Devon, Mark, 162, 167. Dickens, E. David, 94. Dickerson, Marilyn, 154. Dickinson, Wendy, 216. Dillard, Jacqueline Oliviz, 154, 199 Earle, Bill, 225. Eason, Myra Kaye, 207. Ebener, Beth, 216. Edge, Rhonda J., 152, 216, 163. Edington, John, 163, 167,199. Edwards, Ashley, 216. Edwards, Charles, 216. Edwards, James C., 180. Edwards, Jeannie, 163, 207. Edwards, Kathy, 147. Edwards, Linda W., 152, 188. Egger, Cheri, 145, 207. Eggl, Cynthia Jan, 161, 216. Eggleston, Tracy Lynn, 207. Ehrlich, Paul, 163, 167, 207. Eliades, John F. M., 216. Ellet, J. Carlyle, 180. Elliott, Lynn Hope, 207. Elliott, J. Mark, 150, 199. Elliott, Matt, 207. Elliott, Pholip L., 180. Ellis, Carlos, 154.163, 165, 216. Ellis, Dan A., 180. Ellis, David, 172, 216. Ellis, David R., 207, 207. Dilworth, Cathy, 207. DiPrima, Doug, 171, 207. Disher, Tony, 163, 179, 207. Dixon, Mark M., 216. Dixon, Woody, 163, 216. Dodd, Angie, 216. Dodd, Mary Harwood, 169, 207. Dodds, Carolyn, 199. Dodenhoff, Johnnie Sue, 140, 142, 199. Ellis, Keith, 162, 163, 165, 216. Ellison, Marianne, 199. Elvington, Frank, 152. Emanuel, Philip G., 160, 199. 167, 188. Emerson, Anne, 133, 142,148, 155. ' Emmel, David B., 148, 170,107. Enlow, Val, 134,146, 16O,188. Epps, Valerie J., 132, 146,160, 166. Ericson, Claudia, 216. Dodson, Douglas A., 168, 188. Dominguez, Jose Lvis. Donnan, Elaine, 153, 199. Donovan, Tom, 207. Dopson, Nell, 140, 216. Dotts, Randall James, 188. Doty, Don, 188. Douglas, Sharon, 147, 188. Dover, Steve, 146. Dover, Vicki, 150, 216. Doyle, Susan, 199. Dredger, David John, 104, 216. Dreyer, William J., 170,188. Driggers, Larke, 216. Driscoll, Lisa, 216. Driver, Carlyle, 207. 256 Espy, Ellen, 224. Evans, Bill, 94, 189. Evans, Charlie, 216. Evans, Jeff, 110. Evans, Kathy, 189. Evans, M. Grayson, 189. Evans, Ricky Kale, 162, 1 Everett, Denise, 154, 216. Ewel, Jim, 143, 150. Ezell, Ken, 124, 189, 172. Ezell, Kim, 144, 167,189. F Fadem, Jerry, 172. 62, 165. 167, 207. Fairbanks, Dr. Gilbert W., 180. Fallaw, Dr. Wallace C., 180. Farmer, Robert Keith, 216. Farrell, Felicia, 111, 217. Feasel, Judy, 160, 166.199 Ferguson, Carol G., 101, 199. Fernandez-Rubio, Dr. Raymon, 180 Film Arts 168. Finney, Nancy, 145, 162, 163, 166. Fischetti, Frank, 217. Fish, Tomi, 89. Fiske, Carol, 143, 199. Fitzgerald, Timothy P., 161, 221. Flanagan, Beverly, 199. Flewellen, Linda Nell, 152, 217. Flint, Rob, 161, 217. Flowers, Dargan, 168, 189. Flowers, Jay Flowers, Dr. Thomas E., 181. Floyd, David, 217. Flynt, Alice, 145, 162, 163, 107. Flynt, Joyce, 225. Fogle, 163, 207. Fohner, Tom, 199. Folmar, Beth, 199. Folmar, Kay, 208. Forio Ill, Edgar J., 216. Ford, Claudia, 225. Ford, Gordon, 172. Foster, Beach, 173. Foster, Briggs, 172, 199. Foster, Martin, 172, 208. Fowler, Gail, 217. Fowler, Lee, 172. Fox, Sharon, 152. Foxworth, Mickey, 189. Francis Jr., Warren W., 144. Franks, Sadie L., 181. Fray, Dr. Robert D., 181. Fraylick, Tim, 149, 199. Freeman, Brant, 189. Freeman, Brent, 124. Freeman, Neal, 217. Freeman, Terry, 140, 142, 172, 189. Freeman, Willie, 173. French, Helen, 217. Frey, John, 208. Friend, Barbara, 217. Frohlich, Kipp, 208. Fronsoe, Mike, 217. Fudge, Cheryl, 208. Fudge, Rick, 160, 161, 167, 189. Fuller, James, 143. Fulmer, Hean, 189. Furches, Greg, 173. Furcht, Melinda J., 144, 168, 208. Furman Singers, 160. G Gable, Ruthanne L., 189. Gabrels, Cynthia G., 217. Gaby, Markm L., 152, 168, 208. Gaddy, Betty, 99. Gaffney, Cecil, 163. Galloway, Katherine Ann, 162, 189. Galloway, Richard. Gambrell, Russell, 208. Garren, Robert Edward, 199. Garrett, Gwen, 162. Hoferer Garrett, James Vernon, 217. Garrett, Jon, 163. Garrett, Steve, 162, 163. Gatlin, Dr. Judith D., 177. Gatter, Jeff, 148, 171. Gavin, Steve, 174. Gay, Roderick, 174, 189. Gentry, Dorothy, 177. Gibbons, Nancy, 208. Gibson, Cynthia Elaine, 189. Gibson, Dr. David A., 181. Gibson Jr., James B., 161, 189. Gilbert, Ron, 217. Gill, Brian, 161. Gill, Karan, 162. Gillespie, Joseph E. Gillespie, Miriam Rose, 189. Gillum, Bobette Lynn, 150, 189. Gilreath, Jacque, 208. Gingrich, Jeffrey Nissley, 94, 189. Glass, Hank, 172. Gleim, Kathy, 162, 166, 199. Glover, Greg, 118, 172, 208. Godbold, Eugene, 171, 189. Goerke, Brian E., 170, 199. Goforht, Eric, 163, 217. Golding, Gene, 160. Goodlett, Karen L., 154, 162, 200. Goodlett, Yvonne, 217. Goodpaster, Richard, 173. Gorden, Dr. Donald, 181. Gordon, Taryn, 160, 166, 200. Goss, Andrew P., 172, 189. Gossett, Cynthia E., 160, 200. Gourley, Kevin, 217. Grundman, Lorie, 200. Guerroto, Pedro, 147. Guest, Mike, 140, 152, 208. Gunter, Richard A., 189. Gutekunst, Jo Anne, 152, 200. Guth, Dr, James L., 181. Gwinn, Victor, 208. Gwock, Eddie J., 147, 200. H Haas, Cathy, 145, 155, 200. Hagler, Mike, 171. Haile, Nancy Graham, 152, 217. Haire, Jack Wendell, Jr,, 110, 217, Hall, Barry, 160, 208. Hall, Bob, 135,189. Hall, Fred, 162, 163, 165. Hall Mark, 144. Haller, Louise Allison, 217. Hallford, Lucy Anne, 217. Halloway, John, 165. Hames, Joseph R., 200. Hamilton, Barbie, 142, 208. Hamilton, David, 162, 163,165. Hammett, Edward Harold, 200. Hammett, Dr. Michael E., 181. Hammond, Phil, 118, 170, 200. Hamrick, Druid, 161, 217. Hanauer, Jeff, 172. Hance, Nell, 170. Hancock, Juliana, 200. Hancock, Robert, 142, 149, 168. Hand, Cathy A., 163, 217. Heijl, Nancy, 200. Heller, David Alan, 144, 163. Heller, Liliane, 160. Helms, Emma Ruth, 171, 190. Hemphi ll, Cindy, 190. Henderson, Kathy Anne, 208. Henderson, Rick, 217. Hendricks, Allen, 162, 217. Hendrickson, Rob, 134, 146, 167, 190 Hennessey, Jill, 146, 190. Henningson, Karen, 217. Herard, Bruce R., 163, 165, 217. Herder, David, 142, 160, 206. Hester, Emily, 160, 200. Heusel, Ms. Barbara S.,181. Heusel, Heidi, 217. Hicks, Elizabeth, 208. Hicks, Margaret Watt, 160, 166, 190. Higgins, Pamela Royce, 190. Hiles, Brad S., 190. Hill, Jay, 217. Hill, Dr. Hilliard, Philip G.,1e1. Mickaei, 208. Hills, Moffie,16O. Hindman, Robert Eugene, Jr., 177. Hines, Janice, 160, 208. Hiott, Robin, 142, 190. Hipps, Dr. Melvin, 177. Hoadley, Linda, 200. Hoang, Vu, 200. Hodges , Dr. Floyd N., 181. Hodges, Joe, 217. Hodges, Mickey, 146, 200. Hodges, Sam, 135. , Tom, 143, 146. Green Gower, Tom. Grace, Walter, 170, 208. Graham, John, 173. Gramkow, Gary W., 172, 189. Grant, Fred J., 172, 189. Grant, Dr. Sallie J., 181. Grant, Stephen, 217. Gray, Coyann, 189. Gray, Gary, 163. Gray, Robert, 177. Green, Hugh Braxton, Jr., 172, 189. ,John S., 171, 208, 217. Hardeman, Pamela A., 200. Harder, Katherine Marie, 132, 144, 146, 149, 189. Hardon, Chuck. Hare, Phillip, 160, 200. Harkins, Thomas, 200. Harley, Anne, 224. Harlow, Stan, 163, 217. Harmon, Patti, 135, 146, 189. Harness, Rick, 104. Harp, Melinda M., 163, 217. Harrell, Beverly, 145, 208. Green, Leigh, 208. Green, Lou, 208. Greene, Joyce, 160. Greene, Ross, 189. Greer, Anne B., 150, 152, 208. Greer, James H., 208. Greer, Jon Davis, 169, 172, 189. Greinke, Dave, 217. Greneker, Lalla, 224. Gresham, John L., Jr., 208. Gretsch, Jane Elizabeth, 152, 208. Griffin, Barbara Lynn, 152, 217. Griffin, Bill, 189. Griffin, George W., Jr., 217. Griggs, Donald, 134, 142, 160. Grills, James M., 189. Grimes, Mary June, 135, 189. Grimm, Bruce, 104. Grimsley, Lynn, 160, 208. Grogan, Nancy, 152, 217. Groh, Nora, 217. Gross, Cindy, 144, 208. Gross, Laura J. Grout, Vic, 73. Harrill, Dixon, 152, 217. Harrill, Dr. Ernest E., 181. Harris, Don, 104, 163. Harris, Gary R., 181. Harris, Dr. Hazel, 177. Harris, Dr. William C., 181. Hart, Thomas A., lll, 140, 150, Harvie, Sarah, 166, 208. Harvin, Rebecca, 153. Hassiotis, Athena, 152, 190. Hatchell, Debbie, 200. Hawkins, Debbie, 200. Hawkins, Janet L., 200. Hawkins, Jimmy, 163, 217. Hayes, Timothy G., 217. 172. Hoffman, Larry, 150. Hoffmann, Theodore H.,171,208. Hoffmeyer, Gayle, 217. Holcombe, Jeff, 173. Holcombe, John, 200. Holder, Beverly Anne, 160, 166, 190. Holder, John R., 170, 190. Hollar, Kurt Randall, 170, 190. Holliday, Danny, 163. Holliday, David, 171, 224. Holliday, Susan, 190. Hollis, Jim, 217. Holloway, John Robert, 162, 163, 167 Holtzclaw, Scott, 163, 165. Honoraries 136. Hood, Janet, 160. Hooper, Robby, 208. Hopke, 110. Hopkinson, Barbara Alice, 217. Horman, Shirley, 208. Horner, Catherine, 160, 208. Horiy, Malcohn H., 200. Horton, Charlie, 225. Horton, Ray, 172. Horton, Robert C., 190. Horton, Charlie, 171. Hoskins, Dr. John W., 181. Haygood, Mike, 173. Haynes, Glain Dell, 154, 217. Haynes, Jimmy, 163. Hays, Marguerite, 177. Hays, Tommy, 148, 190. Heatherington, Ann Louise, 162, 163, 217. Heddin, Carolina, 162. Heidelborg, Annie Laurie, 224. Heinrich, Janet, 225. House, Kevin Addison, 147, 171, 190. Houston, Betty, 155. Howell, Debi, 218. Howerton, Mr. Glen E., 181. Howie, Gregg, 146. Hoy, Kathleen, 144, 149, 152, 200. Hubbard, Sally Ann, 218. Huddleston, David L., 172, 190. Hudson, Clay, 208. 257 Hudson, Lee, 218. Huff, Dr. ARchie V., Jr., 181. Huff, Jay, 144, 172, 190. Huffman, Paul W., 163, 200. Huggins, Beth, 163. Huggins, Cindy, 163. Hughes, Debbie, 148. Hughey, Tabby, 163, 167. Hulme, David, 160, 218. Hulsey, Alvin, 163. Hummel, Kevin, 218. Humphries, John C., 174,190. Hunt, Holly, 122, 208. Hunt, Jan, 200. Hunt, Dr. R. Reed, 181. Hunter, Julie, 153, 218. Hunter, Larry, 152, 218. Hunter, Mitch, 160, 208. Hurd, Francis Jackson, 163, 208. Hussung, Chuck, 146, 161,190. Hutchings, Andrea Sharon, 154, 218. Hux, Tony, 94, 218. Hyatt, John W., 208. Hyde, Beth, 208. Hyman, Richard E., 190. lmbrogno, Fred, 132, 167, 191. lmbrogno, Lou, 163. lronside, Andy, 94. Irwin, Mary C., 152, 162, 218. Ivey, Randy, 218. J Jackson, Anne, 146, 200. James, Gary R., 148, 168, 200. James, Nelle S., 147,152, 191. Jamieson, Cindy, 160. Janho, Rajae A., 191. Jazz Band 165. Jefford, Clayton N., 191. Jenkins, John, 172. Jennings, Jane, 200. Jennings, Julie Elaine, 191. Jessee, Elizabeth, 218. Johns, Dr. John E., 142, 176. Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, , Phillip, 218. Johnson Johnson, Johnson, Elaine, 218. Dr. Eugene M., 181. Mr. James W., 181. Laurie, 111, 218. Dr. L. D., 177. Randall Hayden, 152, 218. Sue, 218. Jones, Joiner, Jollift, JOFIGS, JONES, Jones, Julie, 160, 161, 218. Brad, 147,191. David, 208. Debbie L., 218. Dr. Edward B., 181. Ellen, 92, 200. Jones, Mimi, 92. Jones, Nancy L., 218. Jones, Dr. Newton B.,181. Jones, Jones, Ray Glenn, Ill, 208. Robert A., 218. Jones, Robert R., 200. Jones, Roger, 191. Jopling, John D., 168, 208. Jordan, Roxanne F., 92, 218. Jordan, Tommy, 160, 200. Jowers, Mona, 200. Joyner, Kay, 218. Joyner, Sam, 218. Judge, Joe, Ill, 110,172,208. Kaiser, Mark A., 140, 142, 209. Kalk, Richard D., 163, 167,191. Kane-Maquire, Dr. Noel, 181. Karasiotos, Fontini, 152, 200. Kearns, John, 218. Keenan, Jim, 173. Keeney, Ward Raymond, 163, 200 Kehoe, John, 209. Keith, Leslie, 146. Keith, Neill, 163, 218. Kell, Karen, 148, 218. Kelly, Beth, 142, 148, 200. Kelly, Dr. Robert W., 182. Kelving ton, Barbara, 144, 209. Kemp, Karen S., 150. 218. Kendrick, Laura, 209. Kendrick, Walter M., 176. Kennedy, Abby H., 99, 219. Kennedy, Beverly Ann, 160, 191. Kennedy, Kennedy, Page, 122, 219. Kennedy, Shirley L., 219. Kennedy, Tim, 173. Kenney, Beth Ann, 146, 162,191. Kenney, Susan, 152, 191. Kent, Chichi, 200. Kerr, Robert C.,146, 171,191. Kerstetter, Dr. Rex E., 143, 182. Ketchie, Bobbye, 209. Ketter, Jim, 152. Key, Robert R., 219. Khrus Kiani, hwitz, Sharon, 142. Khalid N., 219. Kiebler, Jane, 146, 191. Kilby, Phil, 148, 150, 171. Kilgove, Karen Lynn, 191. King, Betsy, 122, 191. King, Coach Bob, 143. King, Curry, 133, 140, 191. King, Mr. Harry, 191. King, Dr. Joe M., 182. King, John M., 177. King, Kelly, 219. King, Kevin M., 148, 209. C. Edward, Jr., 171, 200. Kline, Richard Mahlon, Jr., 219. Kline, Steve, 219. Knight, Artie, 104. Knight, Dr. Lon B., Jr., 182. Knight, Mark, 146. Kocher, Dr. Myron L., 182. Koester, Merrie, 168, 200. Kononchuk, Karl, 209. Koppang, Jean, 219. Kreid, Deborah A., 219. Krueger, Mr. Merle C., 182. Krushchwitz, Sharon L., 152, 169, 200 Kubler, Dr. Donald G., 182. Kuppens, Tom, 173. Kyle, Lisa Ann, 132, 155, 191. Kyser, Dr. Ramon, 181. L Lacy, Viv, 160, 219. Laetsch, Greg LaGarde, Bob, 140, 142, 150, 158, 200 Lamm, Cpt., Fred M., 182. Lammons, Tom, 168. Landers, Daniel, 200. Landes, Deborah L.. 200. Landrum, John, 160, 167, 209. Landrum, Rita, 160, 191. Lanier, James, 140, 209. Lanius, Patrick, 219. LaPrade, Martin, 191. Larson, Marthe A., 200. LaRue, Bob, 170, 209. Lassiter, Charlotte, 145. Laskowski, Mark, 172. Laughlin, Martin, 144, 161,160,219. Lau ritzen, Janet, 200. Lavance, Ted, 170. Lavery, Dr. William J., 182. Lawrence, Cynthia, 144, 209. Lawrence Mary Katherine, 101, 200. Lawrence, Susan, 145, 152. Lawson, Paul, 191. Layson, Deborah, 191. League, Bruce S., 191. Leavell, Dr. James B., 143, 168, 182. Lee, Bill, 219. Lee, Kenneth Alba, 161, 191. Lee, Russell P., 209. Lee, Susan, 201. LeGrand, Susan, 201. Leighton, Art, 201. Leonard, Sheri, 209. Leone, Sheri, 171, 201. Leopard, Herman Carroll, 191. Lethco, Angie, 209. Leverette, Dr. William J., 182. Jones, Georgeanne Masden, 147, 152, 208. Jones, Jones Jones: John Mark, 143, 160, 218. Jones, Jones, 258 Hugh, 215. Jack, 118, 170, 208. Keith, 161. Michael, 191. Kingston, Martha Ann, 132, 146, 191. Kinsmen 174. Kirby, Susan, 225. Kirk, Linda Drew, 191. Kirk, Nancy, 200. Kirkpatrick, Harvey T., Jr., 219. Kirtland, Kindy, 145, 209. Klausner, Jean Marie, 133, 146, 191. Lewis, Ann, 209. Lewis, Donald C., 170, 201. Lewis, Marcia, 219. Lewis, Mary Katherine, 219. Lichty, Guy, 172, 191. Liebtag, Lisa, 140, 144, 209. Lindahl, Margaret. Lindahl, Dr. Roy E., 143, 182. Lindahl, Ruth, 162. Lineburger, Howard, 171. Ling, Cynthia, 162, 219. Ling, Harriet, E., 145, 161, 209. Ling, Larry, 219. Lipsey, Wade, 147. Litzqnberg, Elizabeth, 219. Logan, Donna Elizabeth, 149, 191 Logan, Nancy, 209. Lombard, Edward, 224. London, Margaret, 201. Long, Caroline, 224. Longo, Richard, 219. Looney, Lynn, 99, 219, Lopez, Andy, 173. Lord, Carrie Eleanor, 92, 99, 219. Lott, Tom, 171, 209. Lovelt, James F., Jr., 118, 219. Lowe, Lydia F., 143, 109. Lucas, John, 219. Ludvigsen, Stig Michael, 148, 191 Lyles, Joseph Sloan, 145, 209. Lynch, Carter H., 174, 201. Lynn, Brian W., 94, 219. M Maag, Dr. Richard R., 182. MacCoy, Mark, 94, 172, 202. Macdonald, Dr. Douglas, 182. MacKay, Raymond E., 146, 202. Maddox, Catherine Ann, 160, 219 Maddox, Cordell, 219. Maddox, Roma, 202. Madrazo, Lynn, 219. Magenheimer, Stewart, 94, 219. Magg, Richard, 162. Maher, Jim, 94, 172. Mahoney, Maura, 219. Major, Mark Carlyle, 219. Major, Pat, 162. Major, Sid. Malac, Deborah Fi., 149, 152, 169, 191. Mallard, Mary, 153, 202. Maners, Cindy, 219. Manigo, Louvenis, 219. Mann, Tara Jane, 155, 160. Mariscotti, Cathlyn, 209. Marks, Sandy, 202. Marks, Steve, 163, 219. Marsden, Kay, 210. Marshall, Paul R., 224. Marshall, R. Blake, 210. Marshall, Tom, 132, 146, 191. Martin, Cynthia, 133, 142, 143, 146, 191. Martin, Greg, 192. Martin, James N., 154,163, 167, 210. Martin, Thom, 140, 152,171,202. Martin, Tony Ray, 163, 210. Martin, William, 148, 165, 202. Martin, John L., Jr., 148, 219. Martini, Kristiane, 144, 192. Martore, Susan, 210. Mason, Bruce W., 219. Mason, Susan, 202. Massey. Mark, 94. Massey, Terry, 145. Matherson, Herman, 154. Matthews, Curtis D., 162, 163, 165, 167, 192. Maunder, Nancy, 122, 219. Mauney, Richard Steadman, 142, 160, 210. May, William, 171, 210. Maybank, Mary, 210. McAlpin, Nancy, 210. McCarson, Brad, 163. McArthur, Amy, 210. McArthur, Sally, 92, 210. McArthur, Dr. W. Duncan, Jr., 143, 182. McCahan, Dr. Gerda, 182. McCahan, Kim Roberta, 219. McChesney, James Thomas, 219. McClellan, Dennis, 152, 219. McClendon, Angela, 163, 210. McClure, Mary Anne, 152, 219. McConnell, Bill, 219. McConnell, Christopher, 210. McCorkle, Donna, 146, 192. McCorkle, Jim, 219. McCormick, Cliff, 94. McCormick, Patrick, 160, 219. McCoy, Uens, 160, 219. f"v1'f3f'1 f tm S 6 i McCree, Laura, 219. McCrorey, Carol Anne, 219. McCullough, Susan E., 146, 202. McCutchen, Ms. Brenda, 143, 182. McDade, Anthony Wilton, 210. McDonald, Carla, 147, 154. McDonald, Daniel J., lll, 172, 210. McDonald, Dr. Doug, 168. McDonald, Jimmy, 154. McDougall, Steve C. J., 210. McDowell, Kevin J., 161, 192. McFadden, Suzanna, 163. McFarland, Ann D., 163, 220. McGarity, Lisa, 192. McGee, Shawn Reid, 160, 220. McGill, Chuck, 171, 210. McGinnis, Edna A., 210. McGinnis, Shelley, 192. McGoldrick, Mary Stuart, 92, 220. McGreevy, Brian Kenneth, 202. McGuirt, Sharon, 160, 192. Mclnvain, W., Ill, 220. Mclntyre, Phil, 163, 167, 192. Mclnvaille, Kathy, 146, 160, 166, 202. Mclnvale, Joy, 160, 220. McKinney, Rick, 104. McKittrick, Becky, 210. McKnight, Dr. Edgar V., 182. McKnight, Lynn, 160, 161, 210. McKown, David S., 160, 210. McKown, Karen, 160, 192. McLarty, Julia, 192. McLarty, Vivian, 210. McLaughlin, Rob, 173. McLendon, Deborah, 144, 160, 202. McLeod, Kim, 160,220 McMillan, Julie, 192. McNair, Carl W., Jr., 143, 146, 152, 202 McNeil, Kathie, 111, 220. McQueen, Catherine J., 160, 220. McRae, Linda M., 210. McTyre, John, 153, 210. Mears, David Brian, 202. Mears, Carey David, 220. Means, Andy, 104, 173. Medlin, Sarah Elizabeth, 134, 146, 192. Megee, Anita Rose, 161, 202. Melton, Debbie, 160, 166. Mensi ng, Chris, 173. Meritt, Michael Alan, 163, 220 Merkel, Lyda, 220. Merline, David, 220. Merritt, James A., 202. Meyer, Bruce C., 210. Middleton, Kenny, 154. Middleton, Sharon, 147. Miler, Miller, Miller, Miller, Miller, . J. Beth, 162, 163. Miller Miller Miller Miller, Lucia L., 111, 220. Anne, 160, 202. David, 210. Debra, 220. Eveline F., tMrs.j, Kevin, 161, 220. Mark H., 144,192 1 Paul Andrew, 110, 220 Mills, GiGi, 220. Millsaps, Judith, 210. Milton, Tom, 220. Misskelly, Elizabeth, 220. Mitchell, Dean, 170, 210. 259 E Mitchell Mitchell, Glenn, 220. Mitchell, Lee, 144, 192. Mitchell, Mac, 171, 210. Mitchell, Miriam, 160, 202. , Miriam Elizabeth, 1 Perfit, Mitchum, Brad, 170, 202. Mixson, Robert D., 220. Mobley, John, 202. Molnar, Dr. Sandor, 182. Monroe, Rebecca, 220. Montaney, Nick, 143. Monteith, Hazel P., 202. Moody, Jan, 152, 163, 220. Moody, Marlene, 210. Moody, Trudy, 132, 155, 160, 192. Mooney, Karen, 220. Moore, Darelyn, 192. Moore, Edie, 144, 211. Moore, Jane, 202. Moore, Jonathan, 104. Moore, Karen Lynn, 211. Moore, Michael W., 220. Moore, Susan Ena, 160, 192. Moore, Tom, 160, 211. Moore, Tony Lynn, 220. Morgan, Ronald, 220. Morgan, DeEtte, 160. Morgan, Dr. Ruby, 182. Morgan, Terri, 202. Moseley, Janet, 145, 160, 211. Moseley, Laurie, 145, 161, 166.211, Moser, William Timothy, 124, 211. Moses, Dr. Ray N., 182. Moss, Pamela L., 99, 163. Mosteller, Rick, 202. Motill, Dr. Ronald A., 182. Mulkey, Steve, 162, Mullinnix, Mary Elizabeth, 161, 192. Munson, Charlie, 148, 220. Mu Phi Epsilon 166. Murff, Chuck, 162,163,220 Murphy, George, 140, 220. Myers, John, 150. Myrick, Susan, 211. N Nagele, Nancy Joyce, 92, 203. Nanney, Lynn, 203. Nanney, Dr. T. Ray, 182. Neal, Lisa, 192. Neal, Sheila Jean, 163, 220, Neely, Lynn, 203. Nelson, Betsy, 155, 203. Newberry, Glenn, 145, 211. Newton, Cindy L., 211. Nichol, Lynn, 162. Nichols, Adelyn, 203. Nichols, Cynthia, 144, 211. Nichols, Sara Lisbeth, 220. Nicholson, Mary Ellis, 133, 152, 192. NiddS, Richard, 170. Nix, Paul Berlin, Jr., 133, 140.142, 192, Noble, Bob, 211. Nocks, Dr. Elaine C., 162. Nolen, Karen, 99. Nordlinger, Larry, 192. Norrell, Tom, 152, 203. 260 Norris, Michael A., 142, 150, 203. Northcutt, John C., Ill, 211. Nunnery, David A., Jr., 152, 192. Nurnberg, Sandra, 163, 220. O Oakland, David Mark, 220. O'Brien, Michael, 220. Odom, Taylor, 220. O'Donnell, Suzanne Eileen, 150, 203. Ofte, Nancy, 220. O'Hallaron, Maureen, 152, 220. O'Leary, Lt. Col. Arthur J., 183. Olmi, Eugene J., Ill, 172,192. Olson, Johnny, 163. Olson, Linda C., 220. O'Rourke, Maureen, 148, 192. Osborne, Margaret, 220. Owen, James Marvin, 192. Ozmint, Catherine H., 224. P Patterson, Dr. Charles Stuart, 177. Patterson, Nancy, 166, 224. Patterson, Sue, 192. Patton, Frank Steven, 192. Payne, Leslie Anne, 225. Payne, Maggie, 203. Payne, Phil, 203. Peacock, Melissa, 220. Pease, Ann, 225. Peck, Carolyn, 203. Peeples, Julie, 155, 160, 211. Pence, Sallye, 220. Pendergrast, Robert A., Jr., 161, 203 Pendergrast, Samuel L., 192. Pendleton, Ricky, 211. Rosemary, 220. Perry, Howard, 148, 169, 224. Perry, Julie, 144, 220. Perry, Steve, 170. Peterman, Susan, 163. Peters, Sybil, 221. Peters, Winifred E., 153, 211. Peters, Zan, 192. Peterson, Connie, 111, 221. Peterson, Carroll, 221. Petrie, Cindy, 211 . Pfleger, Jeanie, 221. Pace Hugh, 162, 163, 220. Pace, Robyn, 220. Page Garilou, 211. Page, Harold, 177. Page, Laura, 211. Pair, Sarah, 149, 203. Paladin 150. Parker, Betty Lenora, 203. Parker, Reginald, 104. Parlier, Dennis, 163. Parsell, Dr. David B., 158, 183. Parsons, Charlotte E. 1Betsyl, 220. Parsons, Debbie, 211. Parsons, Shepard A., 142, 145, 155, 203. Pasquarett, Capt. Michael J., 183. Pate, David, 145, 211. Pate, Dr. F. Willard, 183. Patrick, Johnny, 203. Patrick, Karen, 211. Patten, Pat, 147, 174, 192. -an-agp. v----.-........-.. L ' as 0 Af" Phillips, Dana, 163. Phillips, Heath C., 92, 203. Phillips, Dr. Louis Edwin, 178. Phillips, Pam Killian, 161, 192. Philp, Robert D., 221. Phi Mu Alpha 167. Pierce, Elizabeth, 211. Pieton, William P., 183. Pinkston, Pam, 140, 142, 149, 203. Pipkin, Darlene, 92, 99, 203. Pisarello, Dee, 221. Pittman, Larry J., 171, 203. Pittman, Linda Plumley, 203. Pitts, lkey, 203. Pitts, Dr. James M., 176. Plair, Terri, 211. Plonk, Ann Ormand, 221. Plowden, Beth, 193. Poe, Mike, 171. Poe, Rick, 171, 224. Polk, Ann, 221. Pollard, Sandra, 193. Poole, Angus Tillman, 173, 193. Poole, Blake, 146, 152, 169, 173, 203 Poole, Dr. John T., 183. Porter, Mark, 145, 211. Porter, Ray, 171. Portlock, Sam, 203. Posey, William B., 193. Powell, Carol Anne, 221. Powell, Cynthia Lee, 162, 166, 193. Powell ,F. Carl, Ill, 165, 193. Powell, Dr. Frank M., 183. Powell Powell , Helen Ruth, 203. , Jim, 146, 193. Power, Pamela L., 211. Powers, David E., 203. Powers, Libby, 160, 161, 221. Powers, Lynn, 150, 203. Powers, Mark, 146, 160, 167, 193. Pratt, James F., 152, 165, 221. Pressley, Susan. 99. Prevost, Laura, 211. Prevost, William P., 133, 142, 169, 170, 193. Price, Charles M., Ill, 203. Price Glenn A., 142, 211. Price, Jane, 193. Price, Joan, 224. Price Linda Dianne, 146, 160, 193. Price Price Dr. S. Milburn, Jr., 183. , Dr. Theron D., 183. Prince, Jay, 221. Rice, Deborah Eoline, 160, 166, 194. Rices, Cheryl, 161. Richardson, Caroline, 152, 211. Richardson, Kit, 135, 155, 195. Richardson, Tom, 148. Ries, Kenneth J., 132, 140, 142,143, 14 150, 195. Riley, Jim, 160, 221. Rimer, Chip, 221. Roberts Pruitt, John, 160, 172, 203. Pryor, William W., Jr., 194. Pryles, Gigi, 160, 221. Puckett, Janet, 152, 221. Puckett, Keith, 154. Pugh, Hunter, 146, 203. Pulley, Dr. David C., 183. Pulliam, Julie, 152, 211. Purvis, Becky, 160, 211. O Queen, Ranny F., 194. Quiros, Paul A., 145, 172, 211. R Rabey, Roger Paty, 194. Rabon, Bonnie, Jr., 160, 221. Radovanic, Joseph D., 221. Rakes, Janene Susan, 221. Rakes, Jeff A., 194. Rall, Dr. Douglas, 183. Ramsdell, Nancy A., 221. Ramseu r, Pamela, 203. Ramsey, Eddie E., 203. Ranck, Chris, 110. Rash, Cindy, 142, 211. Ray, Alan, 160, 203. Ray, Cathy, 148, 153, 221. Raymond, Robert W., 143, 169, 172, Reagan, Dr. William F., 183. Ream, Lisa Ann, 221. Reece, Dr. Benny R., 183. Reed, Deborah, 150, 160, 194. Reed, Robert, 203. Reeder, Rusti, 160, 211. Reese, Arthur, 221. Reeves, Dallas, 211. Reeves, Joan E., 221. Reeves, Phil E., 148, 224. Reid, Dr. A. Ruth, 183. Reid, Jacquelyn Annette, 211. Reilly, John M., 221. Religious Organizations 156. Reveiue, R. Matthew, 94, 221. Revels, James G., 178. Ring, Terri, 221. Rippy. Crawford G., 172, 195. Rish, Cathy, 160, 221. Ritchie, Dr. Alexander, 183. Ritzenthaler, Rachel, 221. Rivers, Cam, 221. Rivers, Susan, 221. Robb, Ted, 160, 161. Robbins, Richard, 195. Robert E. Lee 173. Roberts, Bianca, 163, 165, 166, 211. Roberts, Douglas, 171, 203. Roberts, Jeff. ,Gary Sue, 195. Roberts, Joe Andrew, 178. Roberts, Dr. Ray C., 183. Robinson, Carol, 146, 152, 169, 195. Robinson, Coleman, 146, 203. Robison, Nelle, 211. Rodberg, Steven J., 170, 195. Rodgers, Dr. C. Leland, 183. Rodriguez, Carlos A., 140, 150, 195. Roebuck, Alex, 221. Rogers, Charles G., 170, 211. Rogers, Jon, 221. Rogers, Louise, 163, 166, 211. Rogers, Dr. William E., 183. Rollins, John S., 221. Romanek, Christopher Scott, 148, 221. Rook, Bob, 163, 165, 221. Roper, Keren, 155, 203. Roper, Margaret, 166, 203. Rosen, Hank, 94, 221. Ross, Craig, 94, 167, 211. Rosselet, Elliott, 144, 221. Rothfuss, Diane J., 211. Rowell, Patrick N., 160, 221. Rowland, Cheryl Anne, 195. Rowlands, Michael Leslie John, 195. Royaards, Martin Eric, 163, 221. Royster, Michael R., 172, 195. Rucker, Therese J., 111, 221. Runnels, Eydie, 211. Runion, Jack, 221. Runyan, Caroline, 224. Russell, KC, 211. Russell, Larry D., 169, 174, 195. Russell, Rutsch, Patricia Ann, 221. Bill, 110, 211. Ryon, Mike, 171. Revis, Julie, 203. Reynolds, Anne, 225. Reynolds, Belinda J., 161, 203. Reynolds Reynolds Reynolds, Reynolds, ,Jan, 194. Lester L., 203. Tommy, 172, 194. Von, 161, 221. Rhodes, Mark, 170. Rice, Debbie, 221. Rice, L. Margaret, 163, 203. Rice, Nancy Laura, 149, 162, 1 66, 194. Rybun, Scott, 172. S sailing club 153. Saleeby, Robert, 211. Saliba, Annamarie, 224. Salmon, Bernard Harold, 221. Salter, Hank, 118. 5,1 Salvatore, Tony, 146. Sander, Amy, 225. Sanders, Dr. Albert N., 148,183. Sanders, Lynn, 168. Sanders, Susan, 168, 203. Sansone, Jean, 160. Sargent, Dr. Kenneth A., 183. Satterfield, Wofford Barry, 169, 195 Sauls, Stacy, 135, 224. Saus, Frances, 144, 178. Scarbrough, Mark, 163, 165, 221. Schilling, Bill, 172. Schneider, Emily, 221. Scholly, Christel, 222. Schroeder, Amy, 222. Schultz, 211. Schuman, Stacy, 163, 222. Schwab, Beth, 162. Scott, Cindy, 142, 155, 203. Scotson, Rick, 173. Scott, Chris, 99. Scott, Leigh, 146, 203. Scott, Tom, 178. Scruggs, P. Jeff, 211. Sezvy, Pam, 152, 203. Seay, Mike, 163, 167. Sellers, Scott, 145. Sellers, Sherri Ann, 195. Sellers, Mr. T. Benton, Jr., 143, 183 Sells, Mike, 203. Session, Robert, 163. Shaner, Jeffrey A., 274, 111. Sharp, Ms. Ann, 183. Sharp, Dot, 145, 211. Sharp, Kathy, 150, 212. Sharpe, Jennifer, 162, 163. Shaver, Dave, 222. Shaw, Charles, 195. Sheard, Miss Gayle, 183. Shepherd, David, 173. Sherard, Dr. Wade H., 148, 183. Sheehan, Dee, 169, 203. Shey, Dr. Thomas, 184. Shiflet, J. D., 195. Sihra, Jawana S. Y., 195. Shine, John Desmond, 222. Shipman, Gary Mack, Jr., 222. Short, Dean H., 222. Shucker, Harry B., 178. Shultz, Nancy, 212. Sigmund, 222. Sihra, Prakash, 203. Siler, Tom, 170. Sillars, Cameron, 222. Silver, Melissa A., 146, 204. Simkins, James H., Jr., 204. Simmerman, Dr. Scott, 184. Simmons, Brett, 146. Simms, Carol Ann, 160, 195. Simonsen, John Charles, 147, 195. Simpson, Karen, 195. Simpson, Robin, 222. Sims, Amelia, 204. Sims, Gwen, 142, 154, 204. Sims, Dr. O. Suthern, Jr., 176. Sims, Paul, 161. Singeltary, Patricia S., 222. Singleton, George, Ill, 144, 152,222 Sipple, Allyson, 145, 212. Sires, Beth, 212. Sitero, Pete, 147. Sites, Kathleen, 204. Skelton, Julie, 161, 212. Skinner, M. Jeanine, 160, 204. Skolfield, Sandy, 222. SLBC 154. Slice, Joy, 160, 212. Sloan, David, 16O,195. Sloan, Tim, 160, 212. Thompson Slonaker, Katherine R Sluiter, Tom, 124. Smart, James H., 178. Smart Susan, 160. Smith Angela, 195. Smith Ben, 204. Smith, Carl, 212. Smith, Carolyn, 212. Smith Ms. Charlotte R., 184. Smith David, 163. Smith Dr. David A., 184. Smith v Debbie L., 195. Smith, Deborah Ann, 161, 195. Smith, Dennis H., 174, 212. Smith Donna, 144, 222. Smith Dr. Gamon B., 184. Smith, Gary, 172. Smith Dr. Gary C., 184. Smith J. David, 222. Smith Jim, 222. Smith Joseph Daniel, 222. Smith Karen, 145, 160, 212. Smith Kem R., 154, 195. Smith Lori, 162. Smith Marc, 170, 195. Smith Mary Jo, 160. Smith Dr. Max G., 178. Smith Red, 173. Smith Ron, 104, 170. Smith Smith Smith Dr. Taylor C., 184. Tommie W., 204. Dr. W. Lindsay, 184. Smyrl, High Jennings, Jr., 150, 1 Shader, Thomas R., 204. Smead, LeRoy, 204. Snelgrove, Chelsea, 148, 204. Snider, Ms. Judith T., 184. Snipes, David, 222. Snyder, Dr. John A., 184. Social Board 169. Soldano, Dr. Benny, 184. Somers, Dr. Albert B. Sorenson, Mr. Richard O., 184. Sorgini, Vicky, 169, 204. Southern, Hal, 160, 167, 212. Southgate, William Michael, 169 Sowell, Anne, 195. Spangler, Denise, 111. Speir, Robert E., Jr., 195. Spell, Karen M., 144, 222. Spence, Cathy, 212. Spence, Steve, 204. Spencer, DeForest, 173. Spigner, Carroll, 222. Spinks, Lee A., 143, 172, 195. Spinks, Robert, 178. Spittel, Mark, 144. Spradling, Karen, 212. Sprigle, Pam, 212. Stack, Sam, 94. Stackhouse, Andrea, 154. 262 ., 152, 204. 69, 195. . 170, 195. Stanley, Stan, 222. Stapleton, Russell K., 174, 212. Star and Lamp 171. Steele, Robert Michael, 204. Steffen, Mr. Richard L., 184. Stephany, Kurt, 144, 222. Stephenson, Tom, 145, 204. Stevens, Mary Teresa, 150, 222. Stevenson, Sabrina, 160, 161, 204. Stewart, Dale, 222. Stewart Danny, 146, 170, 204. Stewart Fair, 195. Stewart, James R., Jr., 178. Stewart Dr. James T., 184. Stewart, Jimmy, 222. Stewart Kelly, 148. Stewart, Nancy Louise, 195. Taylor, Richard M., 222. Taylor, Sheri, 204. Teat, Te ri, 225. Templeman, Samuel Huntington, Ill, 222. Tester, Robin, 150, 152, 222. The Knights Eternal 170. Thiedke, Ruth, 144. Thode, Anna, 147, 204. Thomas, Gale, 196. Thomas, James C., 224. Thomas, Jerome. Thomas, Lizanne, 140, 145, 213. Thomas, Patricia Anne, 196. Thomas, Victor W., 146, 170, 196. Thomas, Wanda, 204. Thomas on, Mack, 196. Stilwell, Donnie, 195. Stines, Ernest Charles, 204. Stone, Larry, 160, 167, 212. Stone, Mark, 118. Storey, Susan, 144, 195. Storms, Keith, 124, 222. Stoudemayer, Tully, 222. Stouffer, Jane, 144, 150, 152, 222. Stowe, Chuck, 147, 212. St. Pierre, Jon, 171. Strassner, David B., 94, 222. Straton, Dr. Lewis P., 184. Street, Mary Elizabeth, 160, 166, 196. Strickland, Jim, 104. Stroman, James E., 163, 165, 167, 196. Stroud, Bob, 213. Stroud, Donna, 160, 222. Stroud, Tim, 204. Stull, Synthia, 222. Stull, Richard Jeffrey, 222. Styles, Carol J., 204. Suddreth, Kenneth S., 169, 171, 196. SUQQ. Celette, 152, 222. Suggs, Robert Y., 150, 204. Sullivan, Paul W., 144, 222. Sullivan, Thomas Martin, 150, 196. Summey, Larry, 163, 167, 196. Sumnee, Lynn, 148. Sutton, Laura, 161, 213. Swain, Allison, 204. Swan, Mr. Eric, 184. Swann, Janet M., 222. Swanson, Cheryl Ann, 133, 142, 144, 145, 146, 148, 196. Swanson, Larry, 170. Sweat, Forrest, 173, 213. Sweet, David Louis, 161, 196. Swiger, Barry, 196. Swiger, Suzi, 213. Swindler, Frances Jane, 160, 161, 166, 196. Switzer, Robyn, 170, 196. Swope, Paula Jean, 149, 196. T Takis, Susan, 222. Talley, Susan, 160, 213. Taylor, Audriene, Denise, 146, 154, 161, 166, 213. Taylor, Becky, 160. Taylor, David H., 171, 196. Taylor, Mark E., 172, 213. Thomason, Marshall, 160, 222. Thomason Mike, 196. Thompson Amy, 142, 213. Thompson, Bill, 222. Thompson Peter, 110. Toni P., 144, 213. Thornhill, Lynn, 213. Thorntow, R. Scott, 222. Thorpe, Anne, 222. Thorton, Scott, 160. Till, Sharon Marie, 144, 204. Tillman, Jill, 122. Tinsley, 160, 204. Todd, Ann, 178. Todd, Stephen Randolph, 222. Tolbert, Dave, 144. Tolleson, Chip, 148, 204. Toole, Patricia Anita, 99, 204. Tornwall, Brad, 204. Toth, Dennis, 110, 196. Trevillian, Malcolm McEachern, 14 204. Trinkner, Terri, 222. Troemner, Susan, 222. Trone, David, 149, 152, 196. Trout, Kathy Lynn, 204. Truitt, William Scott, 222. Truitt, Sandra, 161. Truss, Sally, 213. Trzupek, Dr. Larry, 184. Trucker, Robert C., 178. Tuggle, William C., 171, 204. Tumblin, lmo, 178. Tumblin, Sarah, 222. Tumbin, Lynn, 223. Turnburke, Pam, 162. 0,142,170 Turner, John A., 223. Turner, Reginald, 213. Turner, Sherri, 122, 213. Turner, Stephen, 152. Tuttle, Wendy, 225. Tyler, Cindy, 213. Tyner, Joy, 196. Tyree, Jody, 163, 223. Ullman, David C., 223. Undenfvood, Philip, 134, 142, 148, 149,197 Underwood, Ron, 197. Upton, Pamela, 197. V Valentine, Susan, 213. Valle, Paul William Amedeus, 205. Van Blairicom, Donald, 162, 163. Vance, Russell Gray, 197. Van Swearingen, Frederick L., 163, Van Swearingen, John, 163. Van Swearington, Jim, 162. Van Zyl, Kristy, 223. Vawzyl, Kurt, 213. Vargas, Maria, 150, 154, 197. Vassey, Claudia Glenn, 197. Vaughon, Ronald D., 213. Watson, Cindy, 213. Watson, Lisa Carol, 223. Watson, Ms. Marjorie, 184. Watson, Sarah B., 163, 213. Williams Williams, Williams, Williams, Don, 161, 213. G. Stephen, 223. Joel, 152,169, 171, 213. Lei, 149, 205. Wood, Richard K., 145, 213. Vaught, James, 174. Veal, Greg, 205. Vermillion, Rick, 145. Verner, Jamie, 223. Vick, Dr. Bingham L., Jr., 161, 167, 184. Villareal, Holly, 223. Vincent, Wilbur Slater, 197. W Wade, Ryan, 197. Wagner, Mary Cathleen, 223. Waitt, Tommy. Walker, Walker, Benny H., 170, 178. Bev, 150, 163, 169, 213. Walker, Lee, 152. Walker Maria L. 163 169 205. Walker, Robert L., 223. Wall, Kathy, 160. Wallace, Richard S., Jr., 223. Wallin, Ms. Carolyn D., 184. Watt, Susan, 213. Wayer, Carol, 223. Weatherly, Jan, 205. Weathers, Gerald, 124. Weaver, R. Wayne, 143, 176. Webb, Bill, 213. Weber, Lori, 223. Wedemeyer, Carol, 213. Wedemeyer, William Kirby, 94, 197. Wedgworth, Diane, 111, 205. Wein, Deborah Sharon, 223. Welborn, Katherine, 213. Welch, Bill, 172, 197. Welch, Nancy, 223. Wells, John, 197. Wentzell, 163. Wernick, Dave, 148. Wessel, Thomas, 213. West, David W., 223. West, John C., 178. Westlake, Hal, 172. Westmoreland, Brad, 94, 197. Weston, Mark, 163, 165, 213. Weyer, Carol, 144. WFRN 148. Wheat, Cindy, 197. Wheeler, Cathy L., 223. Whelan, Patricia M., 205. Whisnant, Dr. Norman E., 148, 178. Williams, Lynda, 162, 197. Williams, Marianne, 144, 163, 213. Williams, Marshall, 205. Williams, Peanne, 197. Williams, Richard, 223. Williams, Scott C., 143. 170, 197. Williams, Sharon, 213. Williamson Williamson , Chet A., 205. , Bruce, 173. Williamson Daniel, 163, 223. Williamson, Julia, 213. Williamson, Mike, 173, 224. Wilsey, David F., 223. Wilson, Cathy, 205. Wilson, Karen, 163. Wilson, Margaret Anne, 223. Wilson, Peggy, 160, 213. Wilson, Steve Homer, 197. Wilson, William Scott, 160, 161, 197. Wingard, Celeste, 197. Wingard, Melissa, 213. Winstead, Dr. Philip Connor, 178. Winters, Michael Burke, 170, 197. Wise, Ken, 223. Wise, Russell H., 205. Wolfe, Susan, 213. Wood, Jim, 163. Wood, Paul A., Jr., 160, 167, 197. Robert P., 171, 197. Walters Chipp, 205. Walters Dr. Ernest J., Jr., 184. Walters, Hilton 'Red', 142, 144, 146, 197. Walters J. R., 145, 163, 165, 213. Walters, White DeeDee, 92, 205. White Jennifer L., 99, 213. White, Jewell D., 213. White, John, 170. White Laura Lynn, 197. White White Luther W., IV, 170, 197. Dr. Thomas A., 184. Whited, Debbie, 223. Wood, Sydney Duvall, 148, 223. Woodfin, Ann, 197. Woods, David, 118, 170, 213. Woods, Stanley, 104. Woodside, Mr. B. Perry, lll, 184. Worley, Carolyn, 178. Wortherly, Shebra Geva, 92, 134, 15 Wray, Nancy, 149, 223. Walukewicz, Victoria, 225. Wanamaker, Bruce, 223. Ward, Cynthia Ann, 160, 223. Ware, Russell, 213. Warmels, Sandy, 149, 160, 166, 197. Warner, Arthelia, 178. Wartsbaugh, Lynn, 161. Warwick, Anne, 223. Warwick, Fran, 148, 223. Whitescarver, Stephen R., 213. Whitten, Steve, 225. Wieler, Jeffrey, 167, 205. Who's Who 132. Wiggins, Beverly Anita, 223. Wigley, Kay, 205. Wiland, Kenneth P., 144, 172, 197. Wilbacks, Kenneth, 161, 223. Will, Jacob, 160, 161, 213. Will, Vicki, 160, 161, 197. Wright, Katherine F., 213. Wright, Ken, 205. Wright, Scott C., 197. Wynn, Jimmy, 118. Y Young, Carmen, 213. Young, Rickey D., 213. Warwick, Jan, 205. Waters, Waters, Levi Anthony tTonyJ, 223. Priscilla, 140, 160, 213. Watkins, Helen, 160. Watkins, Leslie Anne, 205. Watkins, Rick, 197. Williams, Allison, 99, 223. Williams, Bryan Crawford, 143, 205. Williams, Christy, 223. Williams, Daniel M., 160, 213. Williams, Deanne, 160, 166. Williams, Diane, 160, 223. Z Zabriskie, Joseph J., 197. Zechiel, Maggie, 205. 4, 197 263 'hs Z 1: 4 'nf -'y,- 4 inQ....----..., 1-v ,IAM ii. T9 r, . " ,. f f v s - ,-' on , 2 -5, qi Jr' , 4 . N I M W x X V-A ,- M ff Field Day: Remember when . .. Male - you ended up tied to a girl who was labeled by your hall as Miss Clearasil - you won the tug of war contest and haven't been that close to a girl since - you get slapped for trying to jump in the same potato sack with Thunder thighs Female - you wondered why the guy you were tied to undid the knot before the race was over - you thought that tug of war contest was the most intimate moment of mix week - you wished that guy was jumping into your potato sack Both - you took that unexpected and unwanted dip in the lake www" Niki' ,QM 'j' ,,'4y,, MQ-Y ' " ,, .yy-4 qmllvx Rf- '.f"f " if ' "f 'A 1,5-'29, -. .V . xl i.,-ff, nj? -, . ,N 3. , , W ,. -1149, . 411 . ... -Y' 'J wif. . '-' .,.. 1, ' V. Q.-v 'W' .W K wf'fW4:fbizf5 J . -,f,gr, 1,',5?ff',f.55- W1 A ,Q ,-,,' rg '-rf'-' " g,, A .f .- V. amy, un- l X wg t. . M'-', . he W NUNG y Wwil vs , G e ms Symptoms: You could get a real case ul the Mnlnars It stans with an Itchy impatience between runs. An vrrahona! tear A dxslinct sensanun me snow is gemng better nght under your leet. Youcould develooawhole newnutlcok ontefram Bumos7 What bumps? Vou could lose nach ol nmf and the trails ltylng by And then lt'1e1e's the hnghng leelmg that you mtght lust mtgnl, eat up You may have an overwhelmmg desnre to be observed, even photographed But mos! ov air lheles Ihal vovce. yelling and laughnng like a wuld man, urgmg you on H s you' youre wnh an advanced case ol me Mclnars. you may even fHeaven new usl yocel 267 X xg ! 'A ,fi 2 68 ' t, Dear Students, With another yearalmost behind usthe Bonhomiestaff has onceagain presented you with a history of the previous year at Furman. The demanding job of editor increased with the reduction we faced in i, ,your budget. The struggle to- stay within 'fy ...eg-'iou.rg1,iQget required making many , rom previous years, however, ' qi ' e have still presented all facets K Ttrrfhan life. Fifi-w ulde like to take this opportunity to thanks to Ms. Frances use of several of her color Ms. Pam Brannon for the the book and on the also like to thank those coming when I called and who helped by staying out of the . 4, , 4- . ,W way when I called. After all is over, it has .O ' i,, w.5.'1'g ' not beena bad year and it is my wish that X K N you getmuch enjoymentoutof this book. A ' vggfv Q r Qfjf . ' I 'Philip Underwood 4 ' Editor ,,.-f V' 1- 51 -rw-e...pl' 'iffy-QV N -.5'e.w'f5j-7 1- fsfw. A Z-1,841 "' - Y fl' -Q " ef-a ' yo, J, , '4-- ne, , ' r , ' -fl Y... ., , X f- su X 'Y 'Q'-5... T he 1977 edition of the Bonhomie was composed by the Bonhomie staff of Furman University and published by Furman University. The Book was printed and bound by Keys Printing Company, Greenville, South Carolina. The 272 pages of the book were printed on 80 pound paper. Body copy used was Helvetica Roman. Press run was 2000 copies. Class portraits were by Stevens' Studios, Bangor, Maine. .-e.. . .sl--,-Q---etV-V-n.,f.f ., 2 :W ' ':'Lf"L91'Cg126-',,-,5'- frrsf-:.:V--1.V 2: ' ' 'fi fi- "xr1'.'t J' .24 5.515 '55-5643? QV.-ss.: e - -V ..-tr' ,-ft, ."'-.Yn1i-7ix:74:3- Qid1i5i1j'5f,'::,-LT 555.-,.,QI I, . ,,, ,.,- , ,.,, , W. V A .,,,. ,. - ,,, 4.1?f3L:fi5.k:15-f1QB'.a.-'.,1,.,.z:-1293 - ',,.V ,wf:'f.-:.liMvw,,-L'-'ef .:+.t - 6 crawl 4 1- .f we . ' "ti N:-1r..,,:, . ff: -5--' Vw ff gif-,PF . ' f a QM- 1 ,. "Jig 5'-'-slegkig-f'4?.'-V 1 'W .. 5 "fWe? - "' .- ,., ' .-,L-if A 1 1 , . 4 V g f-L f , it a 1.32, t. , 1 4 'W , 2 S . -,- . , .-4-uf' V 1 F T ' as -4 ' B- . 755132 . ,U-. - .g..fefH:-.t-,t',. - W. m...,e..,,,-.. ,. A., - 62.,r Hag.-35, Vjv fwytlr : 254.0 ,, . 1 -me -an--' .f i f ' -.fn ,. V fi f, A , -ig-1 r .R ., 3. .15-,t.5,.Q:.,5:,g,:,:,v.-.,,4V' 2' :YL ' .ff-... .. .,,- -, 3, " Vu- a. -+A.. " ...-L TIS5'-'FTF s.. ., N in .H-19 l . '-TQ, '- 1.1-. M i -qi' ,, . . ,yy -- . f .aff '- , ,VT K t 'A 'Y' 'ff wp A , 'L ffm. r l' . t , M, M 'P L if .' R ' ' 14 ' 5 wrap, Fr,,L,,, ,I In ' ' ,Q x- 2: A V : Y ?,,...e...- ., ,F-Sm., I JK , I It ,- l 1fI"5' -,xc --'- . "iff" S' , ' "7 :Zin '7 'n W l V , 'T 2 V ' I Va?-.,-- 1r--- . 3 ' 'Y'-'fhfu "' . V 1 -f --- i .Avian - '-1-2:1-.2'J2"f ' .,. ...-.ea-.. ---M --ff-the-41- ,L Jw- 2 H. if , .,,, ,.. , . , .. 1 g V 5 , . ' ,- Q, . ,, - , rid:-.."m-frf'.1., - Pala .V ,Y-. ' I Q'-ww,.,.,fu 4' Q f. 'slr-iff-A X .V ..., fmi'QV1'3'.l55.e2,t,,, , NVatVPSHTX-'5,,11pt2-,tier-fi 1-. , -' 1 73p,ef.q,,:,-4.1 -5.1 -T .--,n7.V3,1's :X Mgtfga-z,5,fSE:fi Fri'-5''v5-45'yo:1r-.13,u-- ..,,yirt. Y .15,,,gge':9stg ,.rem ,- 1. V- ""'frM1E.4-wx-e."Pg ,-'-77 3. -few, in .-W pl, p. P ,.ggg,e,:552,s32,I, -,- -:q:,,2sSPi,,,,, .gggjf-5,::.,g,,4:gEg Ning? . .c,,-tiwm .3-E433 iii : .-aC2g3'3',-if'--3'5.J: I ' - E iff?" ,lp 135415 ,fA.,? As,,: axes. d-vt" ,bg 3: - vw-sr' apr.. 1 ,g-Elaszwag ' 3:22 , -f-of 32:45.11 1 ft . - 1. . :. . ,- ,-,4,,,,,,,, . -t t-N -vii..-.M .-,cxf V .' ,z - gc, ,M Y, -': :-3f..:,, H+- .ar -H1 ."".v:1::?i. 1: 'CZYEEJ .16--5--if' . .5-Y,.w.s .-.r . -, .'e'i,1::,1:f 1,p.fs.:.fL,f:Vit.':5ei r. mms! Qf5?5-55332: . 'f..--112323-2. A--. 'F u'.,,,,A ng 'p,ghf2'11'1o2r3w4y5Z:. Q-tty-fe Ii-15531-iirti 'f,-4.5 5.1-1 -U15 , LZ:s'f-:-gy,-wh' :Zyl Vi: '91-Hips' 1'5g2x7iQ4t-Lv':-:V-It-51:5-ae--e-'ff' .rdz .,,r-jj., -., ..,Vpg.-3,5 :F -'ut' f:?QLwa-1,-:live-51'--if :-f,m:'Pf- '11-:-H. f 'exft-fselirt 7, 51 , r. V, -U A, .V'w:,f.,Z,-5,3g,g1,.3,.s,L .3 :,.,1.a1q's5.,:,.4--- as -, .-i.V4:1t.j,, :gays S '-f. f at 1 X , figs S: t , M. T., W. 5 3' f 4 1 , J ,-,--1 ,f ft ,A 1 1 , aaa t- , 1 wa' 'af' 'G .L 0 54- , A JK f- wr t -. Isl -5 +n..,,,,, ,A ,H , L 1' A-. 'f " ...mx c r or -v. I X 'U Q. 3 J A ' ,:"zl5'9 K fy L !','-3-5 53: 4... '-W wr- 1 1-are f',,fj- Q -1 F47 ,, 3 1 5. .1 - , - , veg- 49:-55 1 ,. ,tt A t '.:...L --1 -'r va, -'2:1141-sera,-E-,g2.fl- " drfvc 1 sv t . . ---. -, . -Q., -4. V ..s.V..,a - .. .-,., ..,..2a.5.V- - 1 1 -:La-:Siesta-5.,..: - :Q Vg, -, 51-is Y-,ff-' 27 'f'7'7f - V: , ' 1 ' V.tg-.,:--.:,:3.z: V fs' ,g i g afIg,2:2ViQsri ' fsgtrtcgssee-',g"tja+nfggggz. 1-:J N- whiff , - .' xI+.,1i::iai'fQifi'Rr he " 7::ggc,.- P-, ,s....g.., 9 , ,,1j':, - -' , . - , -V VL, . A- ':- Kivruqm, P-, ' w:w,z,.tq.s:.i.f5.w ,M ..-fi ' eH2v'wi3t'EeuHsa. es? Q.. -- V ' ,., -A VV-1-,., -- ,..- ., , ,.. - aa. ?.,.,.,a::::rer V, "-' uf , , 5 -',,-,- V VJ. 1...,A-.-.eta i-e.V.1..',- f :. -I ' amtdff-1 Vffaeietiilff V. - Vw ---ff-XV,V2.tmfws'm f J V- '-.-A,-- . ,, c.,,-- z., . lg Q .. Vw- V T- tgafsgl-iF,, ,,- , i :Y "rc: eff- -. N 'V 'fi -.rv '- 55-4,-'j' ' , 'ii "-- V-' N V 2: .,j - '. 5 ' TV j':,7""'- .5'VIVt-3 -' .- ', 1 " V:'5Ik:H"-f - ' -P f -f -- ' lin .." .' ex, :VI-TV 1 - -, 1 T. .. 'l 'A -V as A f' ' :'EZ:",,a.Llg ig .Mais rep -' , X' ,- In A i ak 1-jus.. ,3Eu.,t.i - F . 1,41- fi .awe 421, 1 T.. P -554.5 -5:5 :5j-Eg-,,-V .w:.:V.- 31 . -- -K -' 1- re. ...Q-if in i 3- a .LV ., ,-se, t e- V. .f 'H-- Q V .g g .. , tff::Vfa:eyf s, V- ie 2 1 fy--e jf-.V Se FF XV?-Qs . 7 f il tif- 'f A , ,H 1, 1.4.1 '13 f ,, em .A-., J- ,V, U,-,.,. v1:.V - V-- "-- a ' 3-gg . K '---- " Copy Contribution: Debbie Malao, 'Sarahl Pair, Ted Anders, Robert Hancock, Merle Krueger, Anna Marie Saliba, David Trone, Tim Fraylick, Georgeanne Jones. Coach Paul Scarpa, Coach Mal Brown, Sandy T Skofield, Phil Barker, Peter Thompson, Nancy Nagele and Charlotte Lassiter. 'Q Furman University is an educational opportunity institution, and in keeping with this policy, makes no distinction in the admission of students or in any other of its activities on the basis of race, color, sex, creed, age, or national origin. ." A 7.1 . ' ii V. - 4 , y. , .A.n- 'X n . f if 'x . .I , 1, 1 w .Silt fl I N vi 1 fm' W' Q, Q L ., n ,l-r- -" . ,. O.. P . 7 Gi DQKL5' iiiillil-.4017 LDT!" ".l "J P" V, J, :-. uns. Y -r. ,-1. V, J -','--.. V. .0 Air-' RV. 1'-'. F Q ,' . 'l4." -' ': ',.V. H VI.::,V V... ,VVf:- Q..5,Vq'j'f.: ., V,1',,""u'f 1 , z -vu--Nw 1 ' -V .3--41 . ...lui lift' T -' H N ,M :V:'H-ef--Pig f- v. Av ,'. 4' V' , 'ff' ,. ' 54'-VH 'L' f I n 'f -.f - Z gm--1 ., V' '.'V -' yr. nv. 'VV V- av I X 1. .V . V .A ,. .,L.:..V- 319-'Y. N 15 V V '. ,.f-'..,,VVff- - .,, ,,- . V ' x.f-' V QPU. ' " ,a..A',.u a '-cg 4V.",f-V PW' , - ,L.s-- 'V .I,VV V -N. .. ,.u,gx,V,d ,Mi JV, -I 0.1 A , - . . , J- - ,. ,Q ,V .1 1 w v V X N 1 . -,.4..A. Vt' ,. f,-'gg . .gn 5 5 4.55. . V+, ,im 'VY' V- 4 Jew. . V. .A--af V, .Y' .V,..,,,. 1.V',f:',. 'w-' ' ' -V-'Xia' f' A 5,11-.A.v ,I ,H V :,-'S ".f11'. .V .' QV .Hg V ,f 4 V, Y , V . .". ' ' - - J' ' .. ge-H: 2 '-1 ,-V. Viv JM... , . ,xv ,V N V ,.'-f.f-'jr "jf,-Q' ', ... .k , 'yu A :. ,' -Q., V., I. , V .:,V ,, V' VVV' ,JMFV-. ,I .V.. ul 1. t - - ,V -,.' i-k,yt.L,V. ,,l..,V,-V". ,' . 'V-1 . V. V .," V Vi Ly V V ,- '4, . gf T." VI I4 " f V1 - v ' V' . ' 1' Mk ,.,-4,,e"..V5 x .. Aja. " , Y, . '.'4'f.. ":-. ' ' H' .fl .,'..,, V... V., .- 'Dv-1 ,V -..1v5"n jg ' ." ' VL g . ,,,f Hg.. .VV My ,,1,V5..fx.,. F x nw. -W. ,V Y . ' V,,.f. 1- Vw, V . .-V -A ' ' 5fn"4."w-, it-xv ,- -V. f .Jr .J4,'nQ. . 7,1 ,. ,-,gr .Vp 1 , .V V ,V 2 - .V- ' -v!ifg"'4Vvf'-u. ' . ' . ' -- g,-,7..- . - 1' V' ,',.j -4,1 -V 'V ,,.1,,x' V, 1' Q -.lfsl If +-' 'V-' .- - V VVf-'-- an-fu .' .,,,,.. ,. , V , V-V. , .-In ,D ,IA in Va 1 , I . f QV- .-5, , V ,1 .. K. H -V V A J 141 4., . 'XJ ,,. ' 11. nf. V. ,- Q, ,., 1 1.... ,l v- V . ., ,. .,f . V V N ' V VI QV.- xx. -15.3-, -., VV lV'V 3 .VV., .,V il V .- ,. ., V-1 .. .V ' ,-L.: V. k, ,xfw -. V ., 'f .,. V - 11.05. Vtyl' ,A ,,. 1 H- Y. 'L Q-' f,VVg A, 1, -'- . VJ,-,V cl-ss ,...,. , -3,-V ' VV., ,P,,V... .- 1 V' 1:1 .. - V ...Jw '4.'Vl-.ff 'ww .+ lx ZX.. 'A .ar 4 w . V ' J V t hV,.H, .V ' K V V ,J H W xx-"'-43" 1 Zgjfrwf ' 'T' fx H in 1 u'4 K 1-'Ju-'Q--1, ,SS s 5- 'rw D ,X fr- . , I 'JE . 9:35 '13, fi . ,A A Q' f- ,' ll . ,J 'T J iw if . X V ,, f M4 ,.- in A , f ' '- ,' E Q ,I , 1 I . 'lr' H . 4 ' ' r 'cl -'M 5- 95 fem 1:13 r .U- "Vi J A ' l . - I , , ' .l " .- V . fangzdiwqqla 'G .Z .Qx L- A 5 Q' "v- Aq- .., , -.., -... V p .4- 4 4 .. r saw: 1 ' f"' "xv 5 r: . w - 1 ' -Y , 3- 91 xt ,,,,,4a -MF. 'r 1. ,. .iw 4- '.?'s.r 35 if Q ff ul M... 4' X v 14 uf u- , 4: ' .A V I A f 5 X rv M'1f5f1:f'ff"', M , , f.wr,1, ,. ., , 1, 33:9 aw: I" Lp , " 'ff"9'5"r"9vfwY. , , 4',qm-.:Q,5g,f'.1f:-wwf , , 5 W ,M - -41. V xv XE- -1" Y ,u ,5'1w... 4 J Kira' J Q 4 , 4 .1 .ff I .. ,',,Q.T,,. -.V N Hg , I ' Lf- 2 A iilllillk , l wr., xv: -b , -'Qvflk . ,. . -.1.-JC . ,545 .Z-er'-1 X- Xyfgfw V 4, .. QW 'o -xm,,-N' 5. H I ,,m...1 ,. I . . .v- .. fz- .4 . . ai, , ,:,.,,L, . I:-. . 41:-'I .. ,. 1,:.,... I-x:?f'L -15' f ' -A if - ,, . V-xy, V-'--1: D' A ,gig-Y ' wif' 110- 1 . 2-Q., fy:Q: . , ,, ..- , W. ,Y - fr lm '71-fc. ,G -qv r -,Z ,rv I , ' I. jg., A 15.5 . fx. v- : 'f ., s ,d .' E I .1""' K 'xf":5?:k , --'-mi? ' 3 Y " h zp.:-- .- ,- IA I 4 J 3 m4 N 4 " -xx his ' 7fY1 Qjygiw ,gray -1-14 'f+'f-Si 1 .. A F'.'Z,7?5e- 'Y . 4 -. .L -lag., l 'EWWWWW I x a M" 1 ' ""'-4,1's.y4- 1 4. 'wz 3: .,, f 2 'R 1 ' X 1 Q QW A -' nf' 4 C Cla ' I 5' J H 3 -41 ' 3 1, 1 by in MTR , .bfi-1-. QL. ,u- ,,,,,,,,,, , W . ,.Yv., .WW f . . Y -r , v ' 4 I l .4., Uv , f ' Q' , 0' 4 ' Q' I 1 J" v. f-fi:-'R ' .'sj4, . fpcxpl 1 V , I Y 4 '.'- 'c ' . ,ia V nilvl I ' x . .4 F - ' I as ,fda U Q f mi ..-,-Al. .'1 'E 1 5.3.5 f , .-- --1 sf-my-an-iiqp. was-warm-ff::ze:iwfv1,m:lrf1e'4Q .::m ..m: FOREIGN STUDIES England On Monday, September 6, I greeted familiar Furman faces in New York's Kennedy Airport, and together we embarked on a three-month exploration of England - and ourselves. On the beginning tour of Ireland, we evidenced the effects of the severe summer drought and began to quench our own thirsts for new sights and ideas. Somethirst-quenching activitiesincluding drinking meade in a medieval castle, enjoying the first pub party in Galway, climbing 2,000 feet of Yeats' Ben Bulben, and reading anti-war graffiti in Dublin. The rest of tour was spent in England and Scotland, stopping to see the colleges of Cambridge, York's Minster and Shambles, the Royal Mile of Edinburgh, the Lake District near Kesswick, and the Roman ruins at Bath. We gradually became used to the famous British accent and reserve, and by the time we reached Hadrian's Wall and Stonehenge, we had become professional "studenttourists." When we slowed down to settle in London, we were ready for organized study to help us arrange the myriad of images we had experienced. Home was the Ivanhoe Hotel and school was Birkbeck College. In the evenings, the "tube" could transport us to any play, concert, pub, opera, or restaurant within minutes. However, at the end of the five-week resident study, there were still sights left unseen. After a Halloween masquerade party, we left in small groups fortwo weeks of independent travel in Europe. Some decided to hop-skip-and-jump across six or seven countries while others spent their days in only two or three cities. After Amsterdams "red lightdistrict" and a peek atthe Pope, we regrouped for a month-long Shakespeare course in Stratford-upon-Avon. Dr. John Crabtree guided us through fifteen plays and eight stage performances by the Royal Shakespeare Company. Frost and cold guesthouses signalled the approach of the anticipated homecoming, and on December 9, we returned to New York. Though we still had Shakespeare exams and journals to complete, our foremost thoughts centered around the successful integration of two worlds and the silent, private memories. - Annamarie Saliba 5- A .x . i X 'la ww-f-wmv' The eight students participating in the Versailles' program lived with French families and acquired an appreciation for the flavor of runny Camembert cheese and mellow red wines. They also learned to meet the challenge of expressing English thoughts in French words, especially when justifying American customs, such as the custom of a daily bath. Classes continued the lessons in French lifestyles with visits tothe morning markets in Versailles, tours of L'Opera, the Senat in Paris, and visits to professors' homes. With a student rail pass, Versailles became a home base for travel to other parts of Europe. There were all-night train trips to Nice, the Cote d' Azure, and the French Alps. Long weekends and independent travel time in December madeitpossibleto visitAmsterdam, Munich, and Florence. Students learned the language and life of France in a way that no classroom lecture can equal. Participants in the Versailles' program experienced an unforgettable, "total education" environment. Km 32 ' X xvvu xxf f j . . r . F E H . ix XX X . 1-' I 5 ' Q l u X lll X x . 1 , 1 i . ' . s ' 1 . , I g 'i".i.f I sw, R-5 is 4 , HIFI "Well, what wasit Iikein Vienna'?"Ask any of the eleven students who were there this fall and you'll get at least twelve different responses. If you do wager the question, however, be prepared for a lengthy, confusing reply. In any case, don't ask two or more Vienna students together, for they will ramble incomprehensibly. The memories are rich and numerous. From the moment our Air India jumbo lifted off from JFK in New York on September 6th until it touched down again December 9th, we were inundated by vivid impressions and exciting experiences. How can you recall them all in a few short phrases? The ten day trip through Germany to Vienna in our Mercedes bus - what a way to start a semesterf "follow that steamer!" - "Where's Banka?"-"Haben SieApfelsaft?" -Furman carved for posterity at Sepl's - Big Mac - Walter and his roses - skipping stones at the foot of the Zugspitze - "Charlie, checks out that disco!" - Ludwig must have been mad to build a castle way up there!" - "Where's Pease?"J When we finally did arrive in Vienna, the city and its landladies welcomed us with open arms. Bill Earle and Frau Durrmayer got carried away! Sharing our experiences made them doubly rewarding. Will Faith Cox ever get over meeting Lloyd Bridges at the Vienna Hilton, or will we? What if the heat did go out and the johns did flood at "Neuer Markt" - what do you expect of 300 year old Baroque? Even classes were fun sometimes - really! f"Now, class, why is this madonna standing so peculiarly?"J Hearing Charlie Horton's peals of laughter in the "Akademietheater" made it worthwhile struggling through Kleist. You just haven't lived until you've sung 30 stanzas of "My Bonnie lies over the Ocean" over brown suds in a Czech "keller" or supper on "Geselchtes" at the student Mensa. By the way, where is Josi? l 1 i UZWEILAGENREINESRIN H. t DFLEISCHSPEZIALSAUQ SEZWIEBELNINEINEMGETOAST E TENSESAMBROTCHENMCDONA 1 LD SBIGMAC F if ESALATESSIGGURKEKA - "' .:.-,,u.n-Lf-f-L.-c.'.-f 43 -1 V ' V fr- f- - ' - 33 During the twelve hour flight from San Francisco to Tokyo we learned how to count and how to say "excuse me" in Japanese. The counting was not immediately relevant. However, when we bumped into the masses, fyes, Japan really is crowdedl carrying our forty-pound suitcases and shoulder bags, our only salvation was to hesitantly mutter "excuse me" and hope that a small space would clear and we could move another step closertothe exitg or what wethought was the exit. We couIdn't read the sign.This was ourintroductionto Japan. We couldn't read, write, orspeak. We walked on the wrong side of the street, tried to get at the front of the busses, fthe Japanese board at the backl, got cramps in our hands fumbling through ourfirst meal with chopsticks, tried to shake hands when we should have bowed, walked into rooms with our shoes on before we realized that our guest slippers had been placed neatly at the entrance for us, weren't quite sure how to use the Japanese toilet, lost any sense of modesty we had after one night at the public bath house, and tried desperately to associate innumerable new names and faces. Unfortunately, all the names sounded familiar and everyone looked alike. To say that we did not have a clue as to what Japan was about is an understatement. Living with a Japanese family, learning to deal with tradition, attending aJapanese university, living in houses with no heat, trying to communicate and eventually to speak a new language, and building newfriendships arejusta few of the experiences offered to those of us who were crazy enough to just get up and go without knowing a whole lot aboutwhere we were going.There were numeroustimes when we looked around, frustrated by one thing or another, and thought, "What are we doing here?" But without a doubt, we would all do itagain. We know whatwe did in Japan added new depth to our understanding of peopleand has given us insight into a part of the world that, although different, can teach us a lot. Q, J 34 if W, A fififfi ., ' 4 'Y ff ag. 'fs ff .x V 5..- i.. i"jf 5?-J M " 'f' W, ...M M ,ff . .. mf"!".p.:i.e,!j"w: 'S a 9-wffwge, Q at 0 "4'.f'v' -'-ihwilfx.. ' fww.':n-' ' ' " . V ,rf Y . 1 gi,-,3-55:32 J, 1, ,fl ,. will . is . M., "' gl -. nf' .4 A vii' MIDDLE EAST How would you like to spend seven weeks away from Furman? Nineteen students decided to give it atiy a few weeks ago, or was it years ago. The experience will live with us forever. I am sure Drs. T. Price and N. Jones will not forget it either. Besides visiting the Middle East, we literally "whistle-stopped" across Europe. For three weeks, we climbed, crawled, jumped, and walked through the ancient ruins of Israel, Jordan, and Egypt. Caesarea, on the Mediterranean Coast, was one of our favorite places. Then suddenly a plane trip changed our location, and we were in Rome. For the last four weeks we visited the cultural spots of Europe. We learned a great deal and return with memories that will be conversation pieces for a long time to come. 4, """'I .ymffiw 5 1 . A' "" .M , 1 1 an H . '1 -W f -t-f .s A r 2 ..:-we ' 'ji , .,....,..-ff at T V ,, Q 'i1Qf?T"i" sw' , if 3.li':71'i2 ,. .4-, E., ,, ., vi I cl. i 1- Lf V f if T eff? ...gg .", ' f 11.1-we ' - f ,, .,". f V rli. ' irff':.,,j"!'?1'if 1 I' i, A K' ' E - -. ' f x? F' " ' T 'Q L . .5 .t viffff- iv an fu sing! ,QI it if 3 1 E Yr ., : gl . 4 F ' ,if " , 9... . ' sf. W, .1 1 J e 1: I 1 ig lfgw I-1. 1. .V X. 'Q 1 l .Z " K Jig: Q - 4 an A, Lf'-fa W-13,2 - 4, L 'A' ' 1 35 F' f X hh... i l ,...,f-"' ' 'ffl' 'R ic ...- I ! .Q REGISTRATION M A "WINTE WONDERLAN D" Snowlll After four years it has finally snowed maybe there s guys are rolling down that hill what snowball thats my car Oh l I don tsee why the dining hall is so upset about their trays this isthe most business they ve had all year You know Ithought that finally I would get to miss my classes but I saw Brewer snowmobiling in about8o clock lknew my preppy facadewould catch up with me, top siders are just not suited for this weather. . . lsn't that your professor ice skating on the lake - yeah, find a heavy brick! , . . I had no idea Floridians could be so juvenile . ., something to that prayer business. . . Look at that snowball those i ,.i. V M a n ' 1 "3 -s 5333. s ,wi H , - --Af' f l . ' V "t a-my 2 5-,mc ', fn- , , . .,- .-sr, . ., gi' . . ,lf.u.,, .. , X. ,. 'tsl F' wry.-' xii- i 6 xv... imlldeh . - ,- .A 38 1 "4 '-.f 41,4 .x N , :Qi .lfgiabil M, .1 , If-G 'gf ji", -3.2. v' - 'i. 1,,l. .-dj: A,jlI5.i X ,. . ,..-., , i4 t I5 Jbqnzw-r-au ns, -X, - I-f .. "WH - -- H 1' ' va.. " - '. .f. 'Y' 52" :AED A,' .,.v ,,,,. J -5 Nz". 1, ff- 24- " Tlf " the 112 ggi! - .aj 2? ".., 'Q x Q . I I ' "51'?J Va-T . ,, 'utr' S. 4 .- 'qv' xv:,..iyv' - b :ll ' - ,,,- pf, , My g--N-1., in mi-I -191 1 ..,,3,,, . f- .,' 391. 'Wmw."'- v-4 up M- x 44,1 ,xxx 5 'N' J :if Q h F.:-A vl -fy . J U X -5 ,. : kv N . 5" .yn ," .5 Q ., Jug' Q1 by' I-'lg A Um' V' 'N . if , - 1 'Vg Ulf g ,. A x., , -, X! xl 5 WL,f,,.7--f , W 5,5 mwq 2 W1,,..,.,,: . XWKQW '. 'f '- - . r nn, 1 -., f f ' ,-." K Y 'M' t- .,,,4 , -., A'1,sf?v":' Wi ., 'X . '., 1-,nvgl-, fl,Lg"" yr ' 'X ea. :Q ' 'H ,XX 1+ '. Q3 0 - X ' fx 3 2 xnxx, , 1 x w- k 11,57 A n 1 r,u.f Q w 'WW "AQ ', -:fr ' pf:S.:-If 'y :!, , ','fCAf"".: U 6:--:T .tru-43. . ' FL' ' i 'f' n '- frff- 1" Q , K . -.., ,,-1 1 -1.1: -' .mx-'gypfb .ff 4? fy'-. iw- ' ' F' ' -- wa 5 A- ..f,-I tS'f. I uf Mm 5 2' f - f . 'EU-'51, ' wi " su V is A 1 L iff as-,TF zflifi-'.s-- ,,'r., .A-'-'vw .EER gf ff 1: K , if 'T .. v -. g - A V. 5,1 J . 5 vflxhf , " , 5 w ' ,I .Il.,,:"',, ,V xx . L' I 1 rf ,L .ff f,'fT .-rf Holidays - Halloween - a time for some to go out all dressed up ...and for others to go out in their normal garb The big break - Christmas The culmination of a term at Furman ... Finally a rest from studying!! The bicentennial brought with it a July 4th that all Summer School students will remember - speak- ers, fireworks, et al. Students continually look for an escape from the drudgery of books, classes, and study halls - Whether it is a calendar holiday or a surprise holiday one day can break the monotony and bring a much needed break. Y 41 RUSH WEEK Fraternities at Furman offer a much needed social outlet as well as a chance to develop friendships, sponsor community projects, and emerge as personalities that are intrinsically part of campus life. By sponsoring charities such as muscular distrophy and the Cancer Fund, the Furman fraternities are recognized leaders in civic projects. This year the fraternities gained national acclaim by winning first prize in a national cleanup campaign. Perhapsthe most vital part of any fraternity is rush. Co-ordinated by the lnter-Fraternity Council, the four social organizations help fight the winter term monotony with a varied program of activities designed to aid in choosing which fraternity to pledge. Smokers in the fall and again at the end of January are informal gatherings to inform prospective brothers of fraternity purposes, pledging procedures, and financial obligations. Rush girl parties provide an opportunity for freshman girlsto meet the brothers and decide what fraternity to rush. Closed night, a more formal affair sponsored by the rush girls and the brothers, is open to freshman men by invitation only. The annual mountain party is an all day affair held at the end of January. Bid night serves as the culmination of Ftush Week activities as bids for the different fraternities are received and pledges begin their tasks of endless shoe polishing, midnight food runs and weekly laundry chores. 412 5 . my il x l sig! Q T i tis L I ID K I ' ' ,It s I , I ' l I 5 l K I J w r K SUMMER SCHOOL Days spent basking in the summer sun ... nights spent at Capri's, the "bow" - ...Where is Campobello? 'tPine trees, pine trees, pine trees . . You're kidding? The night before exams and you're all going to lHOP?? - Wait for me! Watch it! The cheerleaders are forming multiple human pyramids on the dining hall tables! Look at those Atlanta Falcons eat! They dribble twice as much as the basketball campers! Anyone for a set of tennis? You mean the guys and girls live in the same dorms? . . . at Furman University! - You must admit we had a great time. --sri' sv- ., . s -,Q l, R 5 -3 -.51 5 . f 'isi- t.. ,N .A 44 is ., N A , Qixgi ,. V1 fg ' XM. ' -. . , sg, "" ' X ff QL x R -if.-, . X . 3 is NN 45, x 5 , 4 i v .Q , Av xx K, ,N f QWWU VA TF 6710-Uzldfzwlffj f W 77 H M i -- fr' lg. , SOCIAL BOARD Furman's Social Board operates to provide entertainment, diversion, release andfor escape for Furman students, through a broad range of activities. This year the Board sponsored several trips away from Furman: A camping trip to Boone, N.C.g an ice skating trip to Charlotte, and, quite popularly, a ski trip to Wolf Lau rel. A series of mini-concerts of "Cabarets" several times during each term have been quite successful and have featured different types of performers and music -the Hard Times Jazz Band, Josh White and Gritz -to name a few. The traditional Social Board movies this year have run the gamutfrom old favorites such as "The Wizard of Oz" and "Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid" to such controversial films as "The Exorcist" and "Groove Tube." Social Board also cooperated in the planning of debate parties and an election night party. Working within the confines of a limited budget, the Social Board attempts to meet as best as possible the interests of most students. U',,l ii b , , 1 'fr kg i W, +1 46 X . ,-v fx . W isa X lei 5. .4 WINNER IIF ll AIIRIIEMY AWMIIIS! K INCLUDING BEST sonic . '1- -A .::s:s:s-.2 -af . i 2 ..,.4. 'fffxa ,.4.,.,,. .,,, 4 , 2 .,.,. ":' ia Of' Iv 20th CENYURV-FOX PRESENIS BUTCH CASSIDY GND THE SUNOBNCE KID PANAVISIONQ coion by DE LUXE0 'Z'-E1 CLOCKWISE: Gritz, Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, Sweet Tooth, and the Hard Times Jazz Band. ELLEN QURSEYN 4 VQN SVDOW' EEE J, CUBE? Wy WENN JAQQ WCQQMAN JASON l'iltlEEERffitlt,i,,.ltt O NJOEE l.llHRSEl4tEEl t,WlgLlPvNl PETER Bmw 31- ,gimp 354 0 5 .Lgmfi l3",r.-1' -ns 'litem il'-lRIi1lZTif'5...:j: . CLOCKWISEQ Advertisement for The Exorcist, one of several movies Social Board brought to Furman: Coach Cottingham calling one of several square dances sponsored by Social Board: the Homecoming Dance and the midnight breakfast which followed itg Dan Brown performing in Burgiss Loungeg another step in square dancing, a form of entertainment enjoyed by a majority of Furman students. 48 x Vw.. - yziflv ., ,ggggwx INTRAIVIURALS lntramurals at Furman University have the primary aim of providing all Furman students with the opportunity to participate in a variety of recreational athletic activities. More than twenty sports activities make up the intramural schedule, of which football, basketball, track, softball, tennis and bowling are just a few. The participation on the part of students and faculty is outstanding. Over eighty percent of the dormitory men and forty percent of the women participate in the events. The intramural director, Walter Cottinnham began this year with the hope of having even a larger program and , W , f' mu, up ,,z,ii.,t, ,li ,- 3 9 will -, , 'Q'iI,,'f.zz'z'nf. ,A-l,,"lf-. ig- ul---'l,,'.,zqwff.,y',,.,. I rn fiifllltifisl J mm ,,'fw,ft,Jiiiip, " 'iii 1 'Lawm-iq,,f,'1,"!i'fllir , ,.,,iw,,,x, ,in Q ,t 'fir' , .. , f, ,. , il, .,,i,l,,, - . , ,f it at-, ,,,,,. f . Wi,-li,,,l-i!t,, ,fill ,, 1 w- , , 9, ., ,A 1 ,i ,, , , i W ,V , W ,, H H ,J ,,,,,,,,i,, ,,,, , ,, ,,,i,,w!Jf!it,,,i, ,, ,,i,,-,,,i,W,Hfi!,Iyar, wi ,. lm ,, ,tt ,,, , ,,,, ,fn i, .,mw.f.n. ,Am-.wvmu-umavw.-,vm..Mvl.-h....M.,..t-. ..A.m.1....4um.A..,.a....tv...at.:.q,,,.-.. i..u....t.,4-.v.uQ.. .f. ,W l-time vmwl.L.Mae..,t,W.,.,v.m. alfa aafa Sf -39' of R I .A expected the participation to increase. From the overall outcome, it appears that this has definitely been the best year for intramurals at Furman. X t. '-rn' 1 im' 'J flu -2 J' ts I ng f"7' G. . , :-'r?'-'1j'--'- Q I ' Q 1: 3 X ,. 0. i Q f ' T A, 5-'viifdl - . .- N ,X ' . lu." ' .7 5 , :AAA , S WV, ., .A g.A,t,,Jf5,.f,,.,...i gy f,,.f..-yu. Erma ,, y as ' Q--f fl ', FI' pil' '5'f--"l'l".'- if .1 - gr. I, Jeff,-g. INN- gL,,:,',5A.L wr! ir-.1 f..,,....s.:..r,.a - f 1.,t.....,.:b,.7 We "M 50 ' frail if' Mi' l 's,.,'1 Q . if ..?z f ' 5 I f x -.. 1 f xg. . fs' "' f ff. -ad wi K 5, -a ' 1 -:.,. ,A A i sfjii - ng f"' -'Mm I cf.-. HI " Fl . .f :VX . 'x f V .,,- YK 1. I 0 8 7 '-,- f , V, -. , 'I f ai ",v . Qi Q- 1 1, , f ,- L, 59, 'q f f y ff J v 'm :.1.:55, f . ., l 1 . LN , h :V V W D 1 ., - hi , , 'gf 4 1 fvi- P -41-F N -y Kr fr ' i v '-1, if f A ' , M I 3. 'J 5 ' , ,Q Y Q . 111 K , X b 2 .. I J . vu 1 V 52 'J . ..,' ,-,,. , vu-n sg . 1' - M., , - 11:31, -p-M - f A 3" M Qin- V "L--.5 f -'Q 'M' ' ,ss 5: ' M V A www 1W'WF"NTN "'m"""77f.'T'1' ' 'TYMVWF V ff' X ' ' ' ' . ' Q 'fl .m ' ' 3f'f'f5 1 W , 1 ' 'f"JW6,'f , , , N ,fm 'U' Wf?f'hQlQf7," fuZf'fQDY3 lu'.VfY55M-"Jr'1-Y.W:ffn'5lfHNZ-Z25Mn H "."1! 9 1 5 i ENT., W , ...H V NNW: x 'Tx sm : '-3' zzx .-5 D 'Q 'f 9.12: .," ,L 01 Q, fu mm.. 'Wx ? ' -N S Kia' f Z n , , , X 1 , X , 1, ,. ,W H H w I x 1 s, e N - .X , , xx, ' A Y xx .M . , xMg i",a 35 5 5 ' ,if Q f 1 0 Q .f 5'x.,. .sk Pu ' N 1 S ., 57 .with f dh 'Q' i 1 .9 '-" ,4w,-in-QW'- -ing I lar s if 'f - ' hi l Nrvm Q E J, I A 1 rv. I ull- vx , N- nd, x v. we , 1 1 .i .h I .-gc, -. . as-I Q f . 3 f 1 .al-6..af14L.,:,. '7-5 ' " 'ful' CLP The Cultural Life Program is designed to supplement the educational experience offered at Furman. This is a very controversial aspect of Furman life. Some enjoy the many varied events - as operas, plays, religion-in-life speakers and movies. Others feel this pre-diploma requirement is a pain in the neck for . . .J. Attending the ten events in each of the wing terms may become tiresome, but the education you receive fills the cultural void in your life. CLOCKWISEC Senator Mark Hatfield, "The Circus and Religious Imagery" by Dr. Jim Pitts, Congressman James Ft. Mann, and Charles Flavanel. f 56 1 ,Up 4, I ' . "f 'Z?'1F-:HRX f .f.,,-' . g I: , t H. I , . . , ' ' r S ff .1 ,L u 7 .,, , I s --M... ... 9 .' .Q Q K ,'. . ,.g. 'ff 2 ff ,- iii I f If 'X ff . Y' ff - 7 453' fs!! Furman uniygrllfy 12,aa1'fQ b U V an ....- . anvnnww-wh -K1--1P f P RZ' uunamwHUnvwugigap1f"':f ig E 4' Q1 m.u1fi. i Eg 1 ff l 1 THFW f f-'f 2S4E35'TfgHdm51WWsaefT WT -:,,:...,1 f"1l-ITp:f-?c1'Ki5'r"'n"5A"i""'G:- . -. 1 'N - A QCTZ 2.3" A -igfaaassiu-UEgEE Q T1 - . , N :2jT'i?'1 Ol 95 -mi 'MM 1" FdA if 'G' ' .vw:x:hcrN-g15UxpE???fQTi?,Zn M '-- ' Q M '1 Y +.vf-:Inf-.4-.-.N,,, N: AA 'K .5--.un 'wr ,.,MA ,End '45 W9 !fT,'-" '3 BGCKRT They have a date vvnh fate WHDf HW EHEE5NDiTHHI MQW .HMHWAHIS ,.,l.l A 4,,, M wuhlngnilquuamuz I its-.i?J,..x 2 ,W 'Q We MR we .. at .Sf-ff ff-fm .-., Tiff. .f'u,r - ' ,M 5-ffzrv , .. , Wi, . I.: TP! -fi, -4 1 M f Q ' Q ff? fi 1 V4 2'-y 4, f , l l 'J fr t fl, ll l, ,J fl, in he x E1 CLOCKWISE: Marilyn Horne, Casablanca, Dr. Foy Valentine, ConcertChoir and their Christmas program, students attending one of the Religion-in-Life programs, the play presented by Furman Theatre Guild during fall term. v-..., Xu x Nm my Q- X 0 F fm Q. 1. 1 - 'ff' ,Z -v--...,,, F 5, .--1-- V. awww 35' we f CESC Collegiate Educational Service Corps is a volunteer senfice organization run by Furman student. CESC was begun in 1966 as a part of the Watkins Student Center program with 75 students working in 18 agencies and has grown to include this year approximately 70 programs in a variety of agencies, such as churches, hospitals, schools, nursing homes, prisons, and parks in and around Greenville. As Furman students, we find it easy to insulate ourselves from the needs of those who live in the Greenville communityg we become complacent, comfortable, and unconcerned. Service Corps is one way to escape that isolation by being involved in the lives of people less fortunate than ourselves. CECS exists because there are people who are concerned about the fact that a child in the sixth grade can't tell time, or that an old woman in a nursing home never has anyone come to visit, or that one ofthe men on the maintenance crew can't read the newspaper. Service Corps exists because there are people who want to change those facts and who honestly think that there is something they can do to help change them. We believe that eachperson has something valuable to give and is therefore, important and unique. No matter whether you tutor in an elementary school, playthe guitarfor some children in a hospital, work with the handicapped, or play games with the kids in a mini-park, you help to make someone else's life better by being his neighbor. Q ,531 J 3 . if A Q N i"""f' 61 'Q Q3 f X W f is T XXX' 3' X fjf m x X f , XX Q2 X g A-'gl Q47 ww Wx M - 'Ex I If Vlc, lrllry X XX L q: 1 Q x X. l VV E' 4 V - XX X X ' ' x m N , Q "-ff S.. S KEY A ' Q. y- 1 W ' ' ff :..,,, Q I-miie' 1 ,' . x 4 D . , Q- F-fx .. x . .. ,- . , -,.L.g13A:g::: if 1-519 Z 1 .lS.3SMUQ.,Q5 Av N 1 X. K , X .1 N X ' N F H A A ., 6, 51 k- 5, -,f ,. , ,ii -I-.j:',igf5g:s 5 .V 1 Q X T ' .ML j'e,-r+x:3 :. g,. . . '- Xssiifff k A .15 'h .Lx EA M xc ,i,,? W: 0,596 Q, ., W Mgggx. ,z u .53Qq.i3, 1 : X 3 XA A ww' it V .I , H' . 0 -f ., fu mf .QA -ew . 'N ' 3 w :mi x ww Q ., N -N. -4-:,.'. , SP1 K as Zf?fwO'?X"'?-'fi' :WP X .. . A ut . X - ' 5'Nf1" i ffl' Ki-55' QQ nf: ' f-- .W "'53!S"QWF'fi A ' X ' 1' f-5" '1 Xi- 4 3321. ll v N7 '- 4. ,fg.gl 1"" " - - . U N' " Y - N 'ITN' --fx , I ' ,, r. f '.i.2s-N 1 ,.:5-1:54-"fl .. ' , ,. .. , in i ,. W X rl- A M .Sb L Q V! i eh 6 M. Q six, Q uw, ,.N.k9Q, K Ax xx A CN W ! in ,N 'R fs' , A Q ,, x . R ' Q iw.: nw it . - U. - 4" 'i' X' i . - X 'K LTIE ,Q in , x :ii v nmxssnewfxhx - r ' f V A V 1 .ii 15 X I ,j".'1' V Q5 - N .. -1 s - - ' M . W ' M. ,- X , T9 , x ., .A .1 - .,,-. N 'A ' "A" AM- 4 ,t 'T 5 fx 5 'L ' A fe' .. - -- ' Q ' ' Q 5 R, Q, e X A' Y '- . 't x 4 K W b- v wi Q, .xt , H' 3. n, ,wav 1 Q N I V - U .QS , X, I' 'Q X fr 5 , 3 t . i Ln 3 - E --ns V . , - N-'Az y -G, ' . N , , ' , -hw' -- .yr ,4 Mx , ' XY X1 1 -f W f-'ii 2 1 .tr 111 ff --- ,' K' A Q 'Sv 'N .lr -' S 5 . c : " il 5 M.. , , , A A A A L Q Q X ., , X"1 -1 ' .. . W - , f H - 3 Q 955 1 Af gi ., if Lf- ., - - ' ' Q P . . ,K M 5 . , A ' 3 F . 5- w e- ' .4 ' :,.. A ' f" . ---- W A ' H " - 1 ' f A "A' -----W A , x-. ..-V ., , U ,,,. . - M . f - qw.: fa- ""' - ' - f v- N.-sf.,-1' - 'xsf 1. N Q.. fqfig, ily' ' -Q ,wh "- ' AH' ' '..- . ,mf .ff-H 5..-:rag 2, 'Ln - .N Q 5 - '-5, . , fx..- 4 x xi . .Y -. T, 3-,Q x..,- N L Q, - 25, . . far, f '- '-----' ' A vm:-.Q--1 ,vii 5 , if.: -'Q Q- -X -f ' -fa -12.4 .,,, --gig 4.21 gl- , . Y V f V mv-gz, ' - .., - Q Q ,Q ' '-. s -2 -' T ' '- -' .wg f' 51 ' ' ,,-- - :Mig 'mf-Y -s--+ qi '-fy. -A 1.4-1 N' K"'-'M " K f- - '--- -' --'ieqf - ,,,, -, -Q Q :..nsr--Q. Lnlzdw MV - 1- h 4 62 4 1 'ii l , S.-hz' a . .-W 4' .a A HN ,iA'f..5'I ,-KW? :P-5' ,fQ..-.' 1 L., LI' A , u ' ?.95'-113-1 V2.5-"'1A .Q A f' " f- ,, ff' 31' - ?'r..,'-Vi'-gill-+"3,1, :4,j..gQjL iv gi, 1.- .52 L ' bw If :QS ,. K . ii f?i':tT4P M M1512 ,Q 5. , Q. a , , s . 'THQ . qw ,. X bl wx.. -"wx EZ N? 1 v Fil,-s 9 ,faq qv, 544' f5 -. .V 21,1 .v:- . Q iff "wi . 1 1 Y-:Af '- hi rs' '-"I: V: - ' l ' ' PFS: I ' Lf, Q 63 STUDENT TEACHING ---W Winterterm was originally designed to provide an opportunity for students to experience different V r it if , ' "5 . H Lg?-5 classes and subjects as opposed to their regular curriculum. However, for close to fifty Furman students, winter term is an opportunity to practice their teaching skills in the Greenville area. These students are experiencing a unique chance to use their cumulative Furman education in the outside world before graduation. Both elementary and secondary education majors are assigned to Greenville area public schools for the length of winter term in hopes of exposing them to the problems, techniques, and realities of teaching. However, the assignment involves more than teaching. These practice teachers are expected to Plan class lessons, compile tests, and define the student-teacher relationship. if .4535 L- 64 4 -E57 ' 1 ff otltsgi - -2' ft fy' in x. K3 in. I mgf. ,....,-. - s .1 ,,,,,,,...w,,-,f x . U 0' V ' W ,.. A W yy , I. M f , gy ,WM ,,,f,wM-ffffffwg MOI . ,V ft' , f.-S. V. fs J Y MAA" 'L+ -f-if . 'KWWL ,"gr , ' , .5 ldfvifh 554' ' T, 'fa ' ,:, '-W,-ff 1"' - , - - , Wag M, '1 H, if " M V WW" xkIqmmf11Mr mr- , M N W TABLE OF CONTENTS ,Jw ,3,,:j,, W, , .I w ' " ' , mf W' 'Hsu W WTA N- ' 1 -v T L1 ll'4'1:""' ju . ' T ,lk L' f' " -W - Opening 1 TTT -,, 2 ' ' " 971' '-FAU'---4 ' W Furman Life 17 TM' -M,-T,---T--T A - A. ,mf llmg,-M 'Pax I 5 - T-5-yi!-L-1 W M -h , T5 TL-MMM, W Athletics 85 1 '!f11fW1i 1 'rr - - 1 ' . I T 1 - fu MJ773':'lff Or anizations 131 T-WW W 1- .- T f., 11.- T- we 9 - ' 1 People 175 '73 '35-igfg,Q '11 1 Q-u in-5 Q Advertisements 229 r:, T'vyQ" ' '-., .4 H -' 5 , D ' M' .'i ' 1-:Www I , Tslim , f We - - ' 1 T24-T-1 'x.Tgg'fjTi Congratulations to Seniors 249 w ig EH- M 1 fr--E--sjjflq' ' ' f, -'f' Index 254 'r11Y,N EfI5 W " --T - J ,,'gy 4" ' - L ' .I - --"V Closing Mr "5 T1 . rrf-w --'TM-" - 1- . - - ' ,JIM MS 'IW ,H i X'-T!fV,i'1,, ' X M 1-' V, v 4 ' ' 11-Tarr-Tf I' 1b' 1 1 1 1 rfw--ff?" - f' 1' ' ' ,. ,. 'T xx' , V- In , 'N vw, lm , ' i W W W 4 W W N. T ----- L. ,ir 1 f O W y'f'Ng I"',--Y' V I ' .. ,L,T,f1:3,,T'-Q f " ' f T , ' N, M Inq- ' H" ,. .,-n 1- l,'-, A. Nl 7 7 xx-wi-9.5 v.p.cxXbxl6t SSW ELECTION '76 , Q'-' 11 ' ' qv Q S I.. , pt, . V. 1 . A sa R- I- f +14-. . x'S.t,v'ia3.fEY.1-S " mrs-s t aw ft - M 15 . si, if f X ' st -1: L PM fic: -N. ses Q A Q as 1 S YQ 2 Q 4 fest A J - V G gg is 3 s E+ i 3 il S E .flaw Q wmmrwfwky i i i i i As November 2nd rolled around, the post office was swamped with absentee ballots being mailed in order that Furman Students could voice an opinion in the election of 1976 an election that saw a peanut farmer from Georgia fJimmy Carterl beat the incumbent president fGerald Fordl. Forthe majority of the Fu rman family their first chance to vote in a Presidential race was an exciting chance. Two equally qualified candidates presented one of the closest races ever held. With the election came months of campaigning Qtoo manyl, conventions, promises, debates among candidates about the issues, and arguments among friends about which candidate was the best. Jack Carter honored Furman with a stop while campaigning through South Carolina for his father. With each convention, debate and the grand finale ftheelectionl, Bu rgiss Lounge was the scene of a party sponsored by Social Board, Program Board, and AFS. As a capacity crowd sat in Burgiss Lounge eating sandwiches and potato chips and watching the returns on television, Jimmy Carter was announced the winner and the American people began the countdown to the inauguration of thethirty-ninth President of the United States. 67 VOLUNTEER CHAPLAINS Seven ministers in the community, either appointed by their denomination or selected by their campus group and approved by the Chaplains, serve as Volunteer Chaplains. These Greenville area ministers, besides advising their particular campus religious organization, are available to the total academic community as pastoral counselors and resource persons. Representing a diverse and ecumenical approach to ministry, the Volunteer Chaplains are ordained and theologically trained ministers. Working closely with the University Chaplains, L. D. Johnson and Jim Pitts, the Volunteer Chaplains participate in dorm "Rap" sessions, seminars and personal growth groups. In conjunction with the Religious Council, they sponsor specific ecumenical projects and retreats. Weekly, they are on campus relating to Furman students in both informal and structured experiences. V 2 M-'f?i .,A,N,XA Y A . Q CLOCKWISE: Reverend Peter Ouzts, Rabbi Fred Raskind, Q f,uQ Reverend Robert Piephoff, Reverend Jack Causey, Pastor Robert Coon, Reverend John Freeman, and Father Eric Carpine. A Q'-H 68 l 'fix pq was g" -N..----1 4 . . . " ' . ' ' ' Juni Iv ff f' i, -" .T ,Q , . .V . ' P' v Q X ' , 'A , .m . . -' ' Z, ,. f. .Q - ,, . V - ' r I.. " . - J' ..-f, , . ,. -..mv .. if , ,MI QL U V ,wwf 'Vw Hefzi Y" , ,. Y lw -gf a-N 1: 5-4 .,,..K' ,. . . W ,,:, ,,. r ,if by I "'., JAMES B. DUKE LIBRARY - , i ,ff MA, V V .. , ,V,, , A X X4 1 J S I Z Ill 2 gp" "OL is .- -.. ,KJ IH , , 4 5 , '11, H me 1 , MES BUCHANAN BUKE LIBRARY JA IVICALISTER AUDITORIUIVI L ' 1,J,.,1.4-'-1I..L-idf,'1g3 ' K- -' ff, -hw MAL 2 'X N 5: ,- .,.-2' E . . ..., ,+w:v-X PHYSICAL ACTIVITIES CENTER N VW NX xxwglqlk. V F-:NQN x .I gb-,-..v.'-.X wsu- XX N 5 X x 'N' x ,W X N 5 . ,Q ..::.. -fx? x Q mx Q fi , A. 'E if 35225 I 9'-ww s' S .Q xi Q A - Q M . , .. f D 1 -If , I ,A ,. . . .. - ,,-- ' ' ' 'N 7 ' . ...N-,.-,W ,, , , -,. f. - , X N: S if siixx Nsvgx... " 'gt 9 , if . 'ij AV.. , VA, , - . x . af' Lv- . cs- ' ' Q. 1, asawx- - . Q. a 5 6 I7 , ff KS fg, - 5' .- " - 1: 75 .Aa . , ,, f-. ,.--v -M Y. 2:5fliifzifa'g:j,1pagm':,: aw -.3:,T,-., :fa .1u2E5.53., ,Twig ,L ' ' , 5121.7 1-I?'.'!h?'i.?':j.,' ,Z ' f ..- 4.-.. , ,. fff- avi? vig 'ij ' Q., ,W , V 1' 1 EX' , ' J T?J5f'2" ' gig, 1 , Q :P 1 1 U' IQ? - ' ' :W 'ff ?- V 11 :ff x '. mf "' fi , A135324 ,av uv -Vg ' if ,. M V 143530 It , ,, JJQUQQ al. xx , -no Y. X K --I . N-I 1 -:--.i,z.,4 - . . will: 5 1 . W, 1- B.wKxj"' N 1 'hm MLM "-,fx 1, E 'ggi Ye- v- NX fx' L' eff- . - : WET: ' 1.1. ca 1' FSL -- -- 'zff-"hifi . ' .- Qwzfim . S T523-fsjffl, '51-mi se.. , " far- ' wfvirff , - ' - .A A ,. 1.35.1-f,:w 'Yi',x. . ' - :ff-T F Q Q ' , " ' '-"f15" Q . ' bib S F4 1 . My AM. 'N A - ..-.E .9 13" 5 T T- -,'-.-- . y ,,-. .af 'i F5-.aa 7 g:a: WSE? 1 I I CP up N W, Y - 1'- 4 , ,J V .A, .. I rw I. wg -" l',' ,Oth .5 'd',..p ' A . . 1 Y U ' " -mf .I .Q . -. , if " rf- ' L 9 g - , 1 .,.-Q,'- -gp Q ,,, ,., J- Ag' M :fig 'acjt .hx W., h .K - -1 .. I J- I 4-,dv ' . -. Aw-Aff' I M:--f' -4 f-:mf 1 , - ,uw-v V 'M-, 5.1 .f-Qf1.1'.',,' ,qi Q T tw '1 fvr , Q 'N , , - " pg- 5 ,',fx"f'.',,'1". . . ' . , . , .,.,. - N' I '- 'lf -...J 1 'I' 43--J ' - ' 'I ,. ' -mi ..,.p-DOJ if, ,H ' . 1' Ps- -.., 1 v PAPERBACK BOUKS BOE RETURNABME RETURNS MUST BE MADE WHTHHN T H R E E DAV -Vwwwfwmf no RIHIIIDS , I0 REFUNDS Ol' Fxmals Ol' EXCHANGES muon iiqilirl- -lflillf IICIIII I IIE IEHII 1 T 950 'inn' 'es '32 an NN I IPA-vga: WATKINS STUDENT CENTER Watkins Center: aggregate activities The central nerve of student life . . . - Post Office, PaIaDen, pooltables, ping pong tables, "Paladin" and pinball - Campus Worship, CESC, Conference Boom, and Chaplins - Bonhomie, Bank, Burgiss, Betty, Betty's Betty, and Bookstore. On the positive side, think ofall the ratings, movies, people, and activities you've enjoyed here. On the negative side, think of all the "air" mail, stomach aches, and spending you've "experienced" here. On the definite side, think of all the memories. 77 THE LAST MEETING OF THE KNIGHTS OF THE WHITE MAGNOLIA by Preston Jones TV by Jean-Claude van Italie ADAPTATION by Elaine May FIOSENCFIANTZ AND GILDENSTERN ARE DEAD by Tom Stoppard YOU CAN'T TAKE IT WITH YOU by Kaufman and Hart Z- FU RIVIAN THEATRE GUILD Dr. and Mrs. Johns are an experienced, coordinated team working affectionately with one another to establish their place in Furman life. Th rough such efforts, both of them hope to support a stable development of Furman's academic program and reputation, its physical plant, and, most importantly, the lives of its students. Their approach to such a role reflects the wisdom, foresight, and understanding which both have gained through their years of work on the college campus and in civic organizations. For example, both Dr. Johns and his wife, Martha, emphasize the necessity of a strong set of personal values and standards which providethe fulcrum for weighing and balancing one's views and actions on various issues. Although both support this similar philosophy in their team role, Dr. Johns and Martha are, by necessity, individually required to fulfill separate responsibilities. In response to this situation, they have expressed opinions on certain topics with differing, yet complementary, emphasis. When discussing Furman with regard to his position here, Dr. Johns is thoughtfully candid. He states that although Furman had a good academic program when he attended, it now has highly reputable academics. He emphasizes that he would like to continue to upgrade the academics by "continuing to build as good a faculty as is in any school our size, anywhere in the nation." Additionally, Dr. Johns states that another of his goals is a scholarship drive which would create monies enabling Furman to attract highly qualified students regardless of need. With such funds available, Dr. Johns hopes that students whose families have an income in the middle class range can attend Furman without causing difficulties for their families. Dr. Johns also has a goal for expansion which includes the physical plant. He states that he would liketo see a chapel built on campus, as well as a visual arts center and additional dormitory space. On the topic of his involvement with students, Dr. Johns states that "Our normal lifestyle includes participation with the students, not only in receptions and the like . . . I thoroughly enjoy visiting with them in the student union building, the library or in the dining hall." He states that he supports informal contact between the president and the student body. However, Dr. Johns emphasizes that he has not made as much contact with the students as he would prefer simply because of a lack oftime. He states, "Very candidly, this first year, l've had to travel so much to meetings of all types becausel have to get known as the President of Furman because it does Furman good." He hopes that through these travels he can establish relationships such that people with whom he must be in contact will be familiar with him as Fu rman's representative. He plans much more extensive involvement with students as the first year's business of settling in draws to a close. As Dr. Johns laughingly stated, "Relax, give me time to get my feet wet!" While Dr. Johns is busy getting his feet wet, Mrs. Johns is assisting him in numerous ways. Martha Johns emphasizesthe fact that she enjoys the excitement of being involved in university life, but admits that she too has a full schedule as a 24-hour public-relations person. She sees her role as supportiveto her husband and hopes to reflectthe pride in the institution that both she and her husband represent. As she says regarding her role, "I enjoy every aspect of it and I've always enjoyed being a part of my husband's work . . . lt's always been a very rewarding experience." From these statements one might get the impression that Mrs. Johns has been the stereotypical wife who stayed at home for years waiting for guests to drop in. Nothing could befurtherfrom the truth. Martha Johns is an attractive, intelligent, vivacious woman who has been involved in numerous civic organizations such as a vice-president of the Democratic Women's Organization. She analytically discusses the role of women today and she has followed such figures as Betty Fredan of NOW fNational Organization of Womenj. She has analyzed the feminist movement from the traditional feminine role to radical feminist antics and seems pleased with the balance that has now developed. As she says, she's glad that women now have opportunities to expand careers and lifestyles, yet can still choose to be a wife and mother. Mrs. Johns has blended many of these opportunities into her past with the result being an alert, caring, involved person who is content with her present lifestyle. Looking again at these two people as husband and wife as well as co-workers, it is obvious that Dr. and Mrs. Johns rely on one another for strength and support. Their comments and personalities lead one to the conclusion that both are satisfied with their work and happy to be of service to Furman. The impression that they give is that they would like to serve Furman tothe best oftheirabilities but would liketo do so in an informal manner. In such a situation a minimal degree of hierarchical tensions would be produced and interpersonal relationships could blossom. With their various goals being carried out in such an atmosphere, it looks as though Dr. and Mrs. John E. Johns have a productive life ahead of them at Furman University. DR. AND IVIRS. JOHN E. JOHNS DR. JUDITH T. GATLIN Judy Gatlin is energetic. And this energy pervades her office on the second floor of McCallister as she intently questions another Furman woman who is trying to decide where her values are, and where her real desires are for her future. The questions are non-stop for over an hour, and as the young woman hears herself answer them she usually learns a surprising amount about herself. Some of the questions: "What did you really enjoy the most your senior year in high school? Your freshman year here?" What subjects really excited you in high school? Why? What course at Furman has been the best so far?" "How important is money to you?" "Do you want to go to graduate school?" Do you plan to get married when you leave Furman?" Do you plan to get married within a year after you leave Furman? Two years? What makes you happiest, working with people, ideas or numbers?" But Judy Gatlin's real job is to help faculty members help young women decide what it is they want to do. As Director of Women's Career Placement on the Mellon Grant tS100,000 for 30 months for the entire Furman programj, Judy Gatlin is the Director of the only Faculty enrichment program in the country in women's career placement counseling. Sounds impressive? It is. Through the Mellon Grant Drs. Parsell, Edwards, Sharp, and Crantford were released during Winter Term '77 to study and explore options, possibilities, and developments in women's careers. During the summer of '77, Dr. Fairbanks will study allied health careers for women. Dr. Gatlin publishes a monthly newsletter, Futures, which details "what's going on" in careers, the job market, and women's career placement and opportunities in various fields. Futures is distributed to administration and faculty as well as over 100 individuals outside the university. Gatlin asserts her purpose is to make the Furman community more aware of non-traditional career options for women and further asserts: "Traditional career options have developed into afemale ghetto. By traditional career options I mean the options of nurse, teacher, social worker, secretary. By ghetto I mean these fields, as valuable and as important as they might be, are dead-end. There is noadvancementg once you becomea first grade teacher, ten years later you are a first grade teacher with ten year's experience.The problems with these fields are numerous. These fields are drying up. They are overcrowded. A great supply means little demand, little demand means little pay. Thus women on the average make 3X5 the salary that men do. Finally, these traditional career options are non-threatening and non-competitive for, and to, men." Dr. Gatlin thus strongly encourages women in the sciences and in math as they come to her for counselling if they have any interests in these fields whatsoever. She encourages juniors and seniors to consider non-traditional it 82 graduate prog rams which may stem from traditional Iibera arts majors. Such non-traditional graduate programs include Communications Research tfor English majorsj International Business tfor language majorsj, Opthalmic Technicians tfor Biology Majorsj "At Furman women contemplating careers of any kind fal into two general categories, according to what I've observed so far. First, there is the vary career-oriented extremely bright, extremely motivated you ng woman who is willing to make a real commitment to her career. About 200A of the women I have counselled fall into this category. The other 8007, are generally traditionally motivated, want tc have a career as a fill-in for non-married or non-mothei years. This woman wants a careerto be lj convenient and 21 not a threat to her husband.' Dr. Gatlin continues .. "There are loads of openings for women! Our societj can't afford to continue to waste 51070 of its talent, anc women can't afford not to use what they have either.' What has Dr. Gatlin observed as especially unique abou' Furman women? After she thought awhile, Dr. Gatlir answered . . i'Furman women are generally brighter academically.. extremely able. But combined with this real ability is a lacli of decision-making skill, so that many as seniors are stil waffling around, finding it easy to follow the beaten track There is a noticeably traditional view of family, roles, careers here. But my door is open every afternoon, and they've beer coming in droves. Five yesterday afternoon, six this afternoon . . . and my appointment book is never blankl' And the future of women's career placement? Gatlir claims that it's going to be increasingly more important as society increases pressure on women to work. "Its going tc be more difficult to be a woman in the '80's because of this pressure to work and to take one's place in society. But it is important that increased women's employment leads to 2 re-vitalization of family life as well. I don't think that the E.Fl.A. or women'semploymentdestorythefamilybutrather hope that through a career a woman might take a more equal share or the responsibility in the family.' "I guess I just like being a woman and think being a woman is tremendously exciting because of the options available? - Charlotte Lassiter 'I-if NES N -W - , r 9' - W .Q I -sa if-SS - -an ,-as RQSQ 'Wi I: Avg 'Mt my-vi ' k:k'8K"U'9'N' Y' . g M Y -,----,-Ti.- ..... -1.-. ., .-......,,...w..,,.,.-......,.... A refreshing change occurred in the men's residence halls this year: a woman became the men's resident advisor. Frances Saus is a welcome addition to Furman. She is a graduate of Berry college and is soon to finish her master's deg ree in student personnel services in higher education at the University of Georgia. Frances came to Furman last summer, so she had an introduction to college life!Furman style before fall term commenced. Although she found the atmosphere much more relaxed in the summer, it prepared her to deal with the academic pressure felt by many Furman studets. When asked about what she thinks are Furman's strong points, she indicated that she is "impressed by the caliber of Furman Students, not only academically, but by their general behavior and responsibility level. Furman has a lot of students not only willing to become involved, but to become extremely involved. I think Furman does a lotto develop leadership potential." She indicated CESC and the Ft.A. system as signs of the willingness of some students to take initiative. Her other duties include advising the Social Board, was active in organizing the winter term skiing and ice-skating trips. She is also serving as an advisor to CESC's Partners program and ls a volunteer with Crisis Intervention. While notexactly becoming one of the guys, Frances hasfou nd a nich at Furman - hopefully onethat she will fill forquite a while. FRANCES SAUS .LA-' iZT ANNE TODD Anne Todd, a '76-'77 addition to the Residential Living staff, has brought concern, experience, and enthusiasm to the position of Resident Advisor and Counselor in the women's dorms. Commenting on her position on the residential staff, Anne says: "This is really an ideal position for me. The school is small, my responsibilities are varied, the caliber of the staff is excellent, they are really a cohesive bunch of professionals. They cooperate and they help each other." Anne's responsibilities are varied. Anne is l'chief" of the RA's, is in charge of room assignments, serves as a counselor, assists Charles Cort, and is responsible for discipline, the part which she admits she likes the least. Anne states, "I feel like having to fool with discipline is a waste of my time and a waste of the students! It is childish, but it's necessary, since the students don't 'police' themselves, so to speak." Why does Anne want to work with students as a Resident Counsellor? "While I was at Clemson, where I received my B.A. in Education, I was president of my sorority. I enjoyed working with a large group of women then, sol went to graduate school to receive my master's in Student Personnel Services at South Carolina. I had the time of my life in school, and the reason I wanted thisjob was so thatl could help other students have the fun that I did in school." Anne enjoys golf, swimming, raquet ball, her plants, and gourmet cooking. She especially enjoysthe Furman campus and the golf course as "fringe benefits" of herjob, butassertsthat the aspect that she really has enjoyed the most has been her involvement with the students, staff, and faculty of Furman. 83 HHH I I Milli!!!WH1W1i!il1llllHlViiiilai 5 N Wxl N M,Www!www!MWww ww M N l ru W J UIWJW Nm NM m Iwwww1nuwW'n 'w.:RW RmW m NN ..w ,W ,H.,,,,,,,,,,W.,i,, H' H, 'lim' ' Willlllllklxmnnnm mm wg m M Q M M WNW NH n un N' u NN PD M, W Wx . .. ...+ .. + Mlm JEL xxm W! lNWNHlllllll I ik :if be v:r3." vi? ,.. F . . ilfi' ' " 7: - -1 ,. Jlf gyugbvv-l . 5 ,g-,,..p'U9 -'QQ -.v"""" " .fxpw px,-Y, .v..q,. Gt-QF' f 0...-"' - - ' 0 ..----nn.-""' "' h-1-wl"" ,., ,4,,,-.o.v "'A'..,ufu , ..,,.,.,,, ,Q-Ahpsm-4'...,.,,,. Q-1' - .... -..- -'-'---'QQ .,,.. rf 'L' 0..- 4-no-0 A A,.-o"A , ,,,....-wwf'-"ff ,,. -Q-" r n 1 ' 4 0 1-A 1' .4-, u nm- f . ,Q 0, ,',,, -qv -or 1,14 mu H-nglt' "f""' Q-naw' . Ap D .,,.I.--.-r fr N n B a .......4"'?"" , .--fn' ., -.- -Q' """ -vw--of-" . ,. W- "' -"-":,,,1 4-- 'ih-If' ..,,"Q n "A ..,, Q- vu. ns- 'l.,,. W. -.. T 'Q ff' gg, f Sis?- vi' ' "HF D .4 .p Q' ' V ' ' A dfkfn 9 ???55? viii'-v f -af -9'-vi'-J" ae- 'if'e',a" fs Vw' 2-Qc . 2325'ffk"' x 144410 'Mai' 'YW p '5"'25-A .o-.g.,aF' ',, - .-- .-..f""" ' ,.,.....- f , ..-M .F-,Of 9 -W... -pri ananf' --nv' ..qo-e-...nr ,.,,. , .......-pn"-""" A ,pp-0 nv-140'-Ov "' ""':,-nv ncaa-.0-'4 W' ,A .s' V, ', , ,.- -v-,u,..1.:f ev'-15--if I lv .. " a 5 's'7'.' .. v. 0' v " ' - Q -'o',5s144".7,f -' ILL. T'-'J' 47.2 LQ ' ".r'J. . l in -- " - '42 M, A,gM4s'Q., .fsf DQ, Y f fr- 44 ' in ,, ,' 1 , , 1 1 ' X. 5 r .'1.l0':W"' " 'VH' ,"7'! 9 f'f'x'3', Q., .,Q4-in -1, Q -- V. Wo, "Q-n.--np--55 1 + .1 -mm . -.. , ,WM ff: "f,1'f'.,".f i .1 .M J,--- -- -- -- Y - . :+M ,ff fwzwwsm M- fwn-h .f X , , vom A. -B -, v r , ':'n. 5--..-ytw 4A'nr,khnA.ss-.nv,.,.,, ff-q, 55, J. - nfl 4 ' 'Q 03. N 4 nVi'A'4'Ib' Y' ,-Q. 0 , h xi . 5 I ' f IQA4,-1 . Q9 :J UI "Q- ,haf is-'i ., 1 Q ' w x . 'Z A v-. , 0 , Q .mv 4' J' H' 'Am' ,. . ,h 'I Q nf . C 4 V:fN,.4:"t'g,',Q'a5e.,.' v bl A A 4 1 ' Q iv, 1K,'A,A.x K' 9l"n Q 4 7' .3 I P: -5 .Q 43- . 3 . .f f J4i'R3"'65ii3'-bg,i'0f.5'5S4ik-as cy .ig . , i'f+?2'f'2'2'2'i'f"?!iQ?32192024 aoaeoeveqpooggggggs 4 ovens ff 0 if 'ffm 3' 3' 2 " "4f4.."fk'Y'9+'i'9'A1f'-bf? ., , 4 A , , , .. ,-150"'5'2't'-'41!'afx,iPa'J4,5,.QEqs! 4 49009 v sy 1 apart Mr ' 5 -A . Q.-1 .. Q 'GAL-.9l,. 3, . , - X 1. . - - . ' .Q , '49lkq?'w"' r,:? A 8 0 51h 3 it-fl' ff- min is. ,NF-V A fx . '- . ' ' 'Q' fti xi-' 'x'- :MW ' ' My V .wi . M L 1 J I K MH:.L. an in Y N Q M ., in . 4 h ' O' ."'..4' -.: 'AIT'-:"":' 1 - ' ' 'VA' A n -V ---1.:....f.,.'M, 'S " ' 'Q ' - .l' ' " A .' A' ,74-M, - f . W., . qw 5.3 A' 'frfxf-,,, , 'A Aa -bf. K --,A ff: .. ' A . ' Q, , '--. .N - ' " -' " . ' ' .A ,44 ,N V. 'Sn -D .-1 W -. m.,.2Ti,g4,... ,,.',,"',. -j I H .g,.,4.-QQN. - --. r rg ,ah-J I:,,4I2m:95L.L L M Y ' . . " - ,"' . - v ,aff . if """ ,P'f-frm, v,.Q.. i"- P- .b V. , '-, ,fy 1- ff,-.f. -+li'5J.1f " "'4'f7'?:"'4.V-',Q 'a1-fswr'LA-ff-::g',+'2'f"4'-'Q' A W., ' . "" .7 , ' , 'pl' ,1 ',, 14 5, uf Y 1 W- -fl' ' , 'tl' ',.. 5 1 ,f ' . pb ni- .N. V. EA I ugjqqjlvu U -is F ,D-.,v . L .- .K 2, , . F , . f 'gi -,' '. ' .7' :-'. '- ' Q ' , 4 '- NJ A. W, s--,-rf . , Q V , , W. f..--f . M m+w5x.w+-M-I-W ' -f ffm.: Q 3 , Q ,A ,.., 1' A' g,- ,,JM1,,t-g- .-.:.i.,-Q., hfjfy QM D., :wx V ,s , H .. " ' - -5- '. .W fl W-gypg A. ' . J- .. , f 'W . ' W- Q .Ir 44.511 Q:,g:L,,U,,l?Q1Q.1 .,,f3ih h ,:,-JZ-.T h ff 4- ..,.. 1 , - F , K.. V, .LT-wi, hr'n.,Avk .CJ -'!f.hi1x.:,ryL::L53i?5 q'.f52gt,afin.,.Vf ,I . , ,I 21- , L-lk A . --1 -. .. A ' 5 iff' , A -2, x - N I , .A . V I Q I 5 ,X x ' 1 , ' ' ""' ' ' Q ' E ' ' .YQTX N 'Q ,,.,,.4',W:3o'7'w"3" ' ' a A -. .'.' " "T 'V ' . ' " . ---- ' ' 'AM 'rf .f f ' J ' . -.14f'L - 'f " f 'H' , 'Q ' 2 . - M, H " " u . - '- N Q, l'. . gi pa 3 , N, . N. 2 ,NAM A '--. ' a.--. , A . , I l. -.f'-'L I f""'sny..,,1'5.:'- - M ,- ,L J, - 1 ' " ,, ,-zf -' . -,, . A-...gp .Ag--. 1-". .5 ' 4 I - ' . 41 ,au - - , . , . . I A . .,, . M- ' Lf: A -.AV :il H -if 1 li wnwrfil A 'wwf' 1:97 1 fi: YU " V1 .QW Q, X u r. Q Q. W. ,, u 1 I 1 .W .. ,1, ,wl , Q ww.: Vw-was 1 Um A ,,A',, N .- -I N, .lk 1.1 fnlv -.mm -- . 5 .. Lv 91 5 , ' I gf' F 7. ' 09 ' In . . ' ' -Ill" I..-l"g1,P , A' - :vqfy A .' .' Q .M , , U- IR- ' ,.,W,,- 'aiu' ' J ' ' b ' I ny, 'ff ., ,T ..,, ,,q,,nm, aw., . 1 ' ' 1 I6 w " u w L wluxlzllx Iv 5 1 ' kvvqi lip I fr, fam.. My s 1' " ' s 4.11 lg 'uf Q'j""r fl 4, . ' Q. -,4 A -'WWE 4- M lg . nm!! .ml , 'A h . W' YN. . in ,. ,W V ' ', A - Q.. ., new 0 - 'f We 9 U' M fm'- " - . ' 1 1. 1 r "flu, . ," WJ". 5 ' ' . - Q 1 41 1. ..-,-1 Q V. ' . ' FOOTBALL Football 1976, a season of promise and disappoint- ment. The Paladins got off to a flying start by defeating the Wolfpack of North Carolina State on September 5th at Raleigh. Followed by wins against Tennessee Tech and Presbyterian. When the new school year began students were discussing a potential bowl bid for the post season. Hopes turned into frustration when the Paladin squad began a losing streak with the Southern Conference teams. Why did the team who "PurpIed the Pack" lose to VMI, who hadn't won any previous games? The Paladins seemed jinxed. Indi- vidually, their performances were good, but for some mysterious reason the Paladins had lost their early season momentum. Furman went on to finish the sea- son 6-4-1, a winning season. Where did the magic go? . . .Speculation could only conjure up hopes for an improved and experienced team to be reckoned with next year. V ,M ,-ww ,W 14,4 I - 1-21-1--,xr -1-'K xg -.1 .-7-.. - A.. ... ,Q My .. 144. -, W ,.1lh.-- . v 03' 'ng 2 Nr A f 'AW-. -f N .,,,. M,-,.x:,,r' Af -...nv K' , ,wx 55 . -fev ,un , FV bs aww Ji?" x-1.56 W . ' . V x Q Q mi XA 5 . ,. N I Q.-,Qmx 9 9 H- 2 is 'll' ' '1 Q 3 ,W ,H lm' an eil 'im 1111 11.91:Jeffirldleizriililiwififll ,1 Name Bubba McWhorter Jimmy Kiser Rick Perry David Henderson David1 Whitehurst Marty LaPrade Mark Bowers ' Mark Stowers David Kelly Tommy Southard Russell Gambrell Steve Patton Larry Nordlinger Mike Fisher Mark Gordon Beach Foster Larry Robinson Kirby Pack Kent Woerner lke Simpson Andy- Goss , 1 Harry King David Shepherd Steve Baker Angus Poole Bill Freeman John White David Glover Brian Hesseltine Jimmy Neal Larry Anderson Frank Moses .lim Keenan Joe Holt ,Gregfurches 1 Steve Mitchell Stevefwilliams 1' 1' John Graham: , Mike Gibbs Dolphus Carter Oliver Cooper 1 Scott Sellers Rickey Young Donnie Byerly Rodney Heintz Bobby Church Hal Westlake John Baker, , lien Cacile- , -1 1 Miha-Sanders 1 . 1, ,1 irii ,1E:1',f,Steve'Bot,llr111:,1 1j ' "Tommy Marshalls , X, Brute Lancaster 1.1 ' ,Richard Broomfield illillill 2'Sliwalizil'1'1k11k1f,111ll 1. :ll ,rri i.,i ,rr. 1 ,,r,r ,r 1 , 5101951-W'll1QW1U0,ll1, f 1 111 1 51 111112111 Pos. Ht. Wt. FL 60 165 OB 510 170 DB 5-9 170 OB 51' 175 QB 1 62 205 DB1 61 190 DB 59 165 FB 5-10 1180 TB-FL 511 185 FL 510 170 DB 5-11 160 DB 511 185 DB 59 160 DB 61 175 DB 59 185 DB 5-11 190 TB 510 180 DE 511 200 FB 6-3 215 FB, , 6-0 210 FL-141 5-11 160 TB 51 3 20511-1 DB 5--10 170 SE 511 175 SE 51 212 P 6-4 180 LB 5-11 205 TE 51 210 LB G2 205 LB 511 200 LB 5-11 210 NG 5-10 210 C 6-3 215 OT 65 220 DE 6-0, 190 ,l+l3N'1'-1: 15-l 1 ,205 -0641 iirii 1115431 1-111i11- 11230 C' ' N 215' OT 'f 6'D'l' -ff-240 DE 6-1 1 210 DT 531 220 OG 5-0 200 C 52 225 DG f 6-0 205 NG 62 235 DT 511 210 or .6-2 240 OG 6-4 1220 DG1 1 :1 r1r, 1 Q31 1 24011 DT ., li ll 1'-1 12230 ',"" VI ,-ll? QT'21,1iQlfEf.1Li1:lW'1'liid11152l2ilQ-s1'2111lil-l15il " '3'-lil 1r1rr1r-1 DIW121541111?,-1111132351 DB DE' DE 6AS1l 5:9 54 ji 6-22. 6-4 1,,,f, 240 130- 210 200 212 11 N 1 iSr' , ,1,Ahas1t1eL1N. c. r11r 1 'J Y Hometown Atlanta, Ga. Flock Hill, S. C. Stone Mountain, Ga. Atlanta, Ga. , Decatur, Ga. Jacksonville, Fla. 1 Greenville, S.,C. Tucker, Ga. l. Union, S. C. Decatur, Ga. Pendleton, S. C. Oneonta, Ala. Plantation, Fla. Jacksonville, Fla. Nevada, Mo. Greenville, S. C. Hogansville, Ga. Columbia, S. C. Jonesboro, Ga. Greenville, ,C. , Silver Spring: .:Md:- , 1 Athens,11Ga.ll 1 11 2 Deerfield! Beaehg Fla So. Glens Falls, N.Y Orangeburg, S. C. Montgomery, Ala. Ashland, Va. Atlanta, Ga. Charleston, S. C. Camden, S. C. Greenwood, S. C. Sumter, S. C. Steubenville, 'Ohio Orlando, Fla., 1 Jqhnsonville, NS: C. ' ' , ,3Q??1?1,1G??FJ f'1"!11 ffl 1 -'11 1 1lsaidnnah:1iGa1l,:J,fa11fi4 1M6i1eksf odrerm-,s.111c Bay Minette,"lAla.1 ",i , Dillon, S. ,CQ ' ,, Q Atlanta, Ga. 1 ' Dalton, Ga. ' Gainesville, Ga. 1 Atlanta, Ga. 1, Winter Haven, Fla, Chattanooga, Tenn., Charlotte, N., C. Atlanta, Gay ' LQGTGUSFWGQ-' ' 1' w1i1e111if1Ssf,1?w1ww1iff1V1u111 llqllmfl-'i1rT?1!0v f fl 11111 1 -11 1,111-1ill'l51!1rs1?123lS1iai,: eg l,,:M1IQ1i11i: Etwaiiderdalbariii 1111 -1 411611151914-Wi 'l A '1 lfM5rriri,fs. CQ ll 11 1 Greg Laetsoh se Asnev111e,lN.c, F131 Tom Kuppens SE 6-0 1 190' Charleston, S.,1C.' 1V 5 f 552114.-, 2 lr 1 5,2 l ay, 'J' . my C5714 I iZT1iZlf'I.:- 89 Sept. 4 11 18 25 Oct. 2 9 16 23 30 Nov. 13 20 North Carolina Tennessee Tech Presbyterian The Citadel VMI Appalachian State S.W. Louisiana Richmond William and Mary East Carolina Wofford - Homecoming 2.-Q' O .O Q iff fl J ,bow 1-95"-I NW' Leslie Branch K Jamie Carey L J Fr, Janet Cone it Anne Corley Fr. , Diane Duda L' T ! ' W ,Pam Duda, A l nn 1 Er, Ellen Jones Jrg l Mimi Jones liJr.f , Roxannedordan T , 2 , Carrie Lord li Fr. ' Sally McArthur J T , Soul Mary MCC-Zoldrick y Er., y Nancy Nagele T Y , Heath Phillips T - Jr.,pgA3 Darlene Pipkin Jr. T Dee Dee White T fdrqvfl T Shebra Wortherlyi K y WOlVlEN'S FIELD HOCKEY Despite the fact that over half of the mem- bers of this year's women's field hockey team had never held a hockey stick before this sea- son, the ladies managed to make a respectable showing in all of their endeavors with a 3-7-2 record. Led by the experience of team captain Shebra Wortherly, the team displayed marked improvement throughout the season, much to the pleasure of coach Barbara Berry. Team players Carrie Lord, Nancy Nagele, and Shebra Wortherly were honored by being selected to play in the Trials of the Deep South Tourna- ment at East Carolina University, with Ms. Wortherly being chosen to play as a repre- sentative of the Deep South Association. With so many returning underclassmen, next year's season looks promising. ' r , v,' w , V r 1' VV 0' N 17" l,VTf"f1 ' - DV f'i1.'f2WZ1:' v "-'lf' -,S 1" " V . YV., Tl f H V, vI:.,L jf.,,k A v . A . ' ,V n V 1 A - , . -gk - ff,f,,zV3,5f . . . ' 7 , - ,tk , 6 . ww' W W, , ' , ff 'plyx' x 3-46 x E ,yu V ' . V Y. - f2'Sf'V-,,",-5 ww. 4,,,W,1, , , , . 4 ,, Wy, -. , ., ,,,,, W V - his 4'wVVf"""" "Qian" . '-'f ' 1112- 'QM' , . ff " .J - .14-"Y ,,,,f,,, f V. --,f e,,:fap'.+ V 4 .5 12,56 I qw y , :. v,,,m.,!.,,gW .1 4,6 ,,,gQ,f g g . .. gjfl-in" -4 2' V--f f .,,.fp-' V . M- ,M V, , xr- ,,.,V.5,,gff:s-fV:-"fi-:ff '- 1:21 3'1" , , ff, A Qpy- w"'A' . V V .,:, - Sm '- , ,,---11,1-fx.-.QA-' .1:, V' +V .A .g-MV.. . ' . ff 13 ' -ff' V . 'V ,N 1 Ablqv ,, . , ' .Q J. 3 1 1: ' V ,f " ,'u 1'55::.:rf L -VT" IMWQQ- 4 Y3?2,.Q, V , ' f ,, , ,. f 'Q 5 . ' 115, V A '-xl-W.-x,,'1,.f.V5'gy :s4.i'1,'j4, 5 fy .. ,, -Q s.. A S f ' "1 'f V.. 7 - , 2 ' ' V- V3 ff? 9152 - ff f. ., ,g V, , - fy .f'x2V1wf-:S"3t'.'.-551w??:- g.. ,:- .. wsfw-Wffafffvfl-.'v,,Vf J V ,2-f., 5 "i 'I' '- , 'w-3,-?2Zf9"',fI 71?,fIZ'VZQV' .'4aW9FQ'f?"W'- 'iff .1150 1215- J' I , 1' A ,jf 'ff ,.-5' s wi' ze 'H ' A. ' Q , 1 V, s , . iv, .ff fy V f ge , . A, , 5 ' ' 1- V .. 1. V ' LZ 1 fV4,.,g,V:J , Q X V .43.7f'V--1 ., 'af .1 I v ' -f.v,,,f"'- lf' Q,'3.?Q?-Vwfp Q - . f . -wqfwy I V.-hs -, A 'v S A Y " 'sf A ' iv , SF 1 . .N ' . IX V b A .,vx.... vi 4: I ff' ,, T ff V' 'Q ,. ..,1 , M 1-by V "A :Q :..x -2 F V :-Ex V , V ' Xi, . "iV . 6 X V .V ' AI f -, , :ig va . if-'X - -i..f"f'.fQ5Ii, ' W V ' -X 'F -, 1 g...A,r .N 10,-A - xv 1 xr A A, 3 .:,'N- .X , Vw - V, , ,W-Q.. X -. ...F 93 5, ij soccian The 1976 Soccer schedule proved to be too ambi- tious forthe young Paladins. The team played five of the top ten teams in the South along with Clemson who finished No. 4 in the Nation. Support wise the booters had enthusiastic crowds at all of their games but needed a little more experience and depth to keep up with the opposition. Five of the final seven games went into overtime. Coach Scarpa's remark at the seasons end was that his team didn't get a lucky break until the final fifteen seconds of the final game. He also had words of praise for the younger players on the team as well as for co-captain Bill Wedemeyer, Dari Davidson, Jeff Gingrich, co-captain Bill Evans, and co-captain and first team All State Brad Westmoreland. No. , 0 Andy lronside 1 Craig Ross 3 Dave Strassner 4 Randy Cullen 5 Brian Lynn 5 Jefi Gingrich 7 Harvey Kirkpatrick 8 Mark MacCoy 9 Matt Reveille 10 Mark Massey 12 Bill Evans 15 Sam Stack 17 Brad Westmoreland 18 Bill Wedemeyer 19 Tony Hux 20 Jim Maher 24 Darl DaVidSOI'l 25 Cliff McCormick G Stu Magenheimer G Hank Rosen G Dave Dickens 94 11 ,.,, . ,f 34's-n-13"" Hr' ' , -, 'I W I t 1 ,1 X. l 4 N . , - 1 - 1 'n'W .4-1'F0-,. lf xl Q1- 'WM 1 , , --,.-ur .. 'Q xeiv'


Suggestions in the Furman University - Bonhomie Yearbook (Greenville, SC) collection:

Furman University - Bonhomie Yearbook (Greenville, SC) online yearbook collection, 1942 Edition, Page 1

1942

Furman University - Bonhomie Yearbook (Greenville, SC) online yearbook collection, 1943 Edition, Page 1

1943

Furman University - Bonhomie Yearbook (Greenville, SC) online yearbook collection, 1965 Edition, Page 1

1965

Furman University - Bonhomie Yearbook (Greenville, SC) online yearbook collection, 1966 Edition, Page 1

1966

Furman University - Bonhomie Yearbook (Greenville, SC) online yearbook collection, 1967 Edition, Page 1

1967

Furman University - Bonhomie Yearbook (Greenville, SC) online yearbook collection, 1968 Edition, Page 1

1968

1985 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1970 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1972 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1965 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals
FIND FRIENDS AND CLASMATES GENEALOGY ARCHIVE REUNION PLANNING
Are you trying to find old school friends, old classmates, fellow servicemen or shipmates? Do you want to see past girlfriends or boyfriends? Relive homecoming, prom, graduation, and other moments on campus captured in yearbook pictures. Revisit your fraternity or sorority and see familiar places. See members of old school clubs and relive old times. Start your search today! Looking for old family members and relatives? Do you want to find pictures of parents or grandparents when they were in school? Want to find out what hairstyle was popular in the 1920s? E-Yearbook.com has a wealth of genealogy information spanning over a century for many schools with full text search. Use our online Genealogy Resource to uncover history quickly! Are you planning a reunion and need assistance? E-Yearbook.com can help you with scanning and providing access to yearbook images for promotional materials and activities. We can provide you with an electronic version of your yearbook that can assist you with reunion planning. E-Yearbook.com will also publish the yearbook images online for people to share and enjoy.