Georgia Southwestern State University - Gale Yearbook (Americus, GA)

 - Class of 1973

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I'II see you soon I know, knowing time is my friend bil. Mis I , 5 1, 5 ji. yy-, 9' ' 7-" ' - 2- ,. .. " ' .-11, ,1 . X- , , ,Z S0vi!ri'?fF f Pj Q I ls' -1 ,fit 19 ,fgasf S 'Wi- iv J" , W f,-..,L :Cs 1 L Q I g A I 1 ' x 'ii ,in ,Z Us - ' i -x JF Ve ,fff qfnx 4 22 , gg-aging, xii, 1 .,,' V "-....-,' Q4 Xxx- 0 f ' 5 ' 1 ,lf x A .Ll - 'Q .K-Q-3 . ,ff N' ' T W A K' N A 5 I 1 PM -Q.-ff .ff Q,:.,,, ,. A J ba 'D is 41. 3 40-' dl - .Q A 23 15 I ! 24 Congratulations! If you are a Senior graduating from Georgia Southwestern this year, you have - been around the sun 22 times - spent 16 years in school systems - or 144 months - or 4,320 days in class tcounting off for weekends, holidays, summer and hookyb -or 21,600 hours in class tcounting off for lunch, recess and tardinessl - or close to 40,000 hours studying tcounting homework, field trips, and cramming for testsl - or approximately one-third of your waking life studying -which is roughly 2,080 times longer than it took God to create a new world from scratch. Co thou and do likewise. Abelson, George W. jr. Adams, james M. Adams, Rebecca A. Adams, Vaughn G. Adcock, Phillip B. Adcox, M. Tyler Alday, Edwin D. Allen,William D. jr. Ammons, Ronald A. Attaway, Shelia G. Ayers, Mac R. Bacon, Kathleen W. Bailey, Evelyn H. Baird, Floyd D. Ballew, M. Keith Barnes, George B. III Bartell, Mark j. Bass, 1. Thomas 26 'C ffm N' W ' - if 'S ,L , i :fi .- , -T s B 2 R ' l 'xr 1 -. ..-ffl ,-K . Ar fx Q.-N. 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Gibson, Arlene R. Gibson, Dereth V. Gibson, Sarah E. 33 Gooding, David S. Goodrum, Carolyn M. Gordon, Ronald H. Grace, Russell L. Gray, Laurence R. Gray, Michael R. Gray, Randy C Greene, Elizabeth A. Gregorie, Kathy G. Griffin, Joyce M. Griffin, William H. III Griggs, William A. Grigsby, ludith 1. Hales, Larry M. Hales, Sherrie W. Hall, janet M. Hall, Michael W. Halstead, Clara D. Ham, William L. Hamilton, Bettye 1. Hammett, Karen F. 34 f-r fm 1 l '25- 3 1 YL i l q, A n ...E , I . I J F P 'f ,.- .0 fr .W . . Q in T' f 'R , ,, ,, ., f g 1: ,, 4 i " 'i F2425 .Q, HL.,-J' 1 rt: 1 ,Sci M it ' ' .Q -wx IL l L LX i . -1. A . A, - W Q l QQ' . I Y ly X A ' sw 5 , 4 ,.... r h , I. -' X ui: I K l ,af 5 Riff 3 g. L .435 xg .-if 55' 5' ll'l f - , 'v A ' ' X. gf- - I Li, ' if f 'ffm in fsflfzffffi ' Q. 5, Jiirf Ifff, ey I Iv:-:ST 1' Y 1 v T7 l . A -JI R 357 ui 'BT I X . It -,,. I Y X sa Q K K A Z X x L N S .4 s. 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Kaine, Michael C Kelley, David P Kelly, Berry D Kelly, jack P King, Catherine C sl an-1 in -+ If l 'Q""' ,gs a-A' 57 9 . Ki gm rg 'NH V-'DT ,ffl i lf -W If .4 4 K' - A ...pf g A 38 KY Al Al ff 3' M 'Q' pv- K ,J CA yes -N Rf' ,...., - if I 1 I . 4 'S' ' ., .. 3' is Ni sw 2 Q, 3 a, ,- .' .- . NX ill' 'Q'- N King, Freda B. Kitchens, jessie T. Knott, Ronald H. Kruger, julie B. Lacy, William T. Lamb, Donnie R. Lauderdale, Douglas C Lawless, Christopher 1. Lee, Ben R. Lee, Cleotis Lee, Danny C. Lee, Peggy Lee, Tana K. Lewis, Anne B. Little, Suzette F. Lively, W. Doyal jr. Lockman, joan K. Lomax, Daniel W. Lomax, Deborah W. Long, Alan A. Lucas, Robert W. 39 Luckie, Susan L. Mainor, Howard E. Malone, William T. Maloy, j. Alan Marchant, William A. Martin, Kathryn E. Martinez, Armando Q. Massey, jerry A. Mathis, C. William jr. Mathis, Mitchell L. Mathis, Sallie j. Matthews, john T. McBee, Charlie E. McCard, james D. McGlaun, Michael A. McGowan, Daniel P. McKinney, Willie A. McLendon, Deborah D. McLennan, Carolyn W. McRainey, Malcolm A. III McSwain, Reatha S. Meadows, Elizabeth B. Melton, Donnie S. Melton, john C. Mercer, Malcolm R. Miller, james W Miller, Naamah L Mingledorff, Claire W Mishoe, Fred C Mitchell, Nelson T. jr 40 -Q -KN ' .cr A u-. Os ,Q fx if li 5 Ps. V -'If' f a gs A. 1 y t- .I R lk l 0- a I f-, in so TTS' fe' X41 A - w 7 1 - r A Mock, William T. Moore, Danny 1. L . Moore, Larry W. L Moore, Regina E. - ' 'l Moore, Victoria L. K Xi 2-'50 - C' ' 'Q- 4 . at .F - - A -If-' ' M2 P 4 I l TA I ' N A - V 'J' .ha -.A 1 .BU M. ,srl l E W ' r - . H 1 ,vig x I 1 xg i'-, .. Q ,f- " ll 'N K pf: Q . A lv.. 'Y -. 1 ,X s.. .5 Jia Rv-' gm .,.. . 4-9 J. .s,...X-Nr 5 sh to ' ,.,.. Moores, jenny L. Morris, james T. ll Mote, jerry f, 3 ,:. 4, ,Ah Q, 4, C' . N' J A .M Q2 f ' 'I E"- J9ff?37gfif-f 5 f fl ll' V ' W ' 'T 5 rg? Moye, Myra 1. Murray, Charles T. 'N". k , , - . 'S . X Newsome, Ronald D x Nichols, Horace E. fb .lg 38:5 - 5 'll , 'ia' . N. ,f',A - Q .3 QE' . Norris, jean L. 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Rabon, Henrietta Ragan, Ronald C. Rasbury, Robert M. Ray, Max L. lr. Ray, Sandra S. Raybon, Billy C. Reason, David M. Reed, Rachelle A. 43 Reeves, Allene C. Reid, Ellen C. Rickert, Merrilyn A. Ricks, Deborah B. Rigsby, judson L. Roan, Laura C. Robbins, james N. Roberts, G. Lynwood Robertson, james E. Rogers, Randall E. Roland, Alton E. Roland, Donald R. Roland, D. Glen Roland, Wyndell E. Roquemore, Nancy C. Ross, Alan S. Ross, Linda D. Rowe, Charles E. jr. Russell, Rosemary Saddler, Donald E. Sandefur, Waverlyn C. 44 AL fi- - f-'w lm. . l .v V .I . .rd LW -.,f L .Sh W lf ik S Q l . x ! ,F N an 5 5 f 'K 7 . Lg -Wa! LY 7 . '3- ,cv ul- - 1. . , I 1 as " - C' Q-g ,-Q N-t' .. Yo Q- .' ..,.. Nvn.. X Q- .V nf i 'P-45' 4' ,N X 1, .69 .-.-q- Q 96- .,..fv 1. "vw, . 2 N., .3 ,3, . c.. in uv, an X . ' sf ' .," . Q 51" M .1-' 0 T37 f ,- LQ 1 , -N , L' N .. L "' x 1' 'S . if -- , A L. at ' V CTS' ' 'vfvzzv f' L. 1 L Z S iw . 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I 1 'I xg - 1 , -Qiwwmy 49' 2 1- .Rini ff l'f:.,-,-' A r vi. ,1 gf. 73:1 'Nu in ij viii U mf is 5 3 4. r'N'N Q pi' L-no val- fx T .K l' ' .7 11 L" " if J X Q ,,:,,-,.. .nf 1.1 ff 1 f Q 'A , . ,et ll.. .- lu. 1 A E A N. El' -'Q K E 34 Q55 , ,Q ,uf--,str I. Bl PJ Q13-5L,5'?3' " Q H .h. A: ' V v .FP cl S 3 Q.. ,awp ,,,,.,gL'?QN 36' vs' 'fx' .LM . . . first game, November 27 . . . Homecoming Victory . . . field goals . . . 'Hussmann Hustle winner was Cliff Hutto . . . fast break . . . fouling out . . . Fred Bridges averaged 16.2 points perjgame -...E . g . . . Hurricanes . . . wait for the good shot . . . record in Conference was 4-10 . . . defense . A. . beat second team . . . 'Cane power . . . beat Piedmont three times . . . watch the clock . . . 1 g gyfjfzf. . . touch because it's not as rough . . . fumbles . . . athletic field . . . Knads finish first . . . interceptions AI .,.Cqachjohnny D. looking for new recruits . . .block your man . . .Coach jack . . . . . 'rlr ' . . . over hill . .A .over dale... come rain or shine. . .winded . . .third in Conference . . .blisters . . . -- fr' . Y . . . Old clean shoes . . . fight at center court . . . whistle blowing . . . man-to-man defense . . . Knads-gain secondfintra- mural victory . . . five tunintentionalb fouls and you are out of the game . . . girls play in new gym . . riildirty . . . Independents gain first-place victory . . . Zetas finish second ...' . . . Calvin Hunter broke school in tripleljump . . .47'10V2" . . . shotput . . . Horace Clark second in NAIA District 25 440 intermediate hurdles 56.7 seconds . . . discus throw . . . Neal Hartman second in Conference . . . threw javelin 150lfeet turnz on . . . team finished third in Conference . . . third in NAIA District 25 . . . a 9.1 100? . . , if .g . . record was 0-12 . . . slam . . . Conference record 0-5 . . . rally. . . Andy Huggins . ., . 3-7 . . . net shot . Grist. . .O-11 . . .deuce . . . George Howell. . . 2-10. . .love . . .Debbie Dasher. . .3-8. ...f - . ' W " get in shape . . .johnny Burnette . . . 1 10 . . . volley . . .Allen Fort . . . 0-8 . . . Gatorade .V . . Firstyear ith at full squad . . . serve . . . has to improve . . . doubles . . . . . . play ball . . . two All-Conference . . . David.Bales for second year . . . Freshman Bubba Birdsong Q . . batting practice . . . third in Conference 6-5 record . . . double play . . . Bales batted .337 . . .jenkins was winning pitcher with 3-Zjrecord . 0-Qiilassists Brown had most strikeouts with an average of 11 per game . . . take your base. . . teambatting average .230 errors . . . . . .three strikes and you're out . . . luck . . . Safe! ,. . . Out! . . .left the bag soon . . . homeruns . . . Kappa Sigma had an upset victory over the Knads to win championship . '. , tition . . .the sun is in my eyes . . . errors . . . Kappa Delta came from behind in the ilastinning to win trophy . . . good sportsmanship . . . "We need this hit" . . . "Easy out, easy out" . . . 'jbalky, Walkyfff ,. . . . . run, throw, and jump . . . Draftdoclgers accumulated most points for the victory . g. l. 'tired . . ."burn it". Cones F sBSC Students Chosen :ddox Leads 'Canes '0"""ameMs Noted .,Lti".'.Z7..,.""1:'.TIrF?."lJZi tturdly . January 13, the lurricanes, led by the eut.-ride shooting dl il Maddox, defeated the kllege Bears by a score 79. ter , hitting on il of lt ts from the field and g 4 ol 6 free throws, led ring with as paints, also tlble figures lor the Enos were Fred Bridges s points and curl l-lutw l. ly Brown, Tyrone Davis. dtny Jones led the Berry with 10 points apiece 'Canes were dangerous he field as they hit 52 t of their field goals. !erry's men shot a poor e. .al Next 'Canes Home Game l January 29, Cheer The 'Canes as they put together precision outside shooting with consistent inside scoring, and stopped the Bears mid with B t-erlaciolls delense. The Hurricanes led by I5 at halftime. 36-21, but needed every point as the Rome tam made a valiant effort to come back in the second half. The lead dwindled to six points at one crucial moment ol the game,late in the second half before the Hurricanes hustled back to a substantial lead. The win brought the Hurricanes from the cellar, now being 4-14 and 14 in the conference, Berry College is t- 9 and l-it in the conference. 'Cone Season Next Week! The fu-st home Same vf me Georgia Southwestern basketball team. U12 Hurricanes. wtu be November 27 atatw l1-m- , , Weather permttt1nB. SUPP?" will be served outside on the athletic tietd at 5:00 p.m, and there will be a bonfire and KP rally at sem. The sem' 'ill stnrteiatw.nndwehw2lH" F S 2. S 1 aeoulmt lor the only wins as the everyone there. Berry Defects Tennis Team The Vikings of Berry College defeated the Hurricanes of Georgia Soutllwesterl College 7-2. to like their first Vit-'I-0l'Y ol the season against a single los in a GIAC Tumi: Match. The loss was the first in the mn- lerence lor the Canes and the lourttt overall without n victory. Andy Huggins and Debbie Daaher captured singles matchu for the Hurricanes to acoolmt tor the only wins as the Viking Doubles teams whitewlmed the Canes. Debbie Duster. playing No. 6 singles. captured he first win of the season. Sie defuted Carey Uwe:-la 3-6. N, 6-2, in a fine come from betlnd win Andy Huggins, playing in the Na it ainztl: match, defeated Berry Ouf is Slugs Cones nrv. Er A The Berry Qalleae Wldngs F defeated th Ge, J e rgta south. Q, western Hurricanes. 61 in a Qfgrgia Intercollegiate Athletic Georgla Southwestern College will host the i973 Golf and Tennis Toumaments for the Georgia Intercollegiate Athletic Conference at the Americus County Club and on the South- westem campus May 14 and 15, with four teams expected in the gall competition and all seven conference schools par- ticipating ln the tennis com- petluon meet in the gym On May 15. the conference meeting will begin at 8 am with the coaches Breakfast. ant the business portion of tht meeting will immediately lollow the meal with all athletlt directors and all maches in- eluded Baseball Piedmont, West Goergla,-v Georgia Qsllege and LaGrange Oztlege are expected to battle lor the golf championship beginning at in a.rrt on May ll over the 18 hole Americus Country Club course The second day's action will also begin al. 10 a m Georgia Southwestern College. Berry, Shorter. Nart Georgia. Georgia Chtlege, West Georgia and Piedmont will battle for the tennis crown beginning at 9 a.rn on May li. Coaches meetings will be s-- on the Georgia South- campus beginning May 13 at 8 coaches pairings petttien On May 14. the golf coaches m the cheduled westem 3.m as the tennis gather to set the for the tennis com- GIAC will meet at 5 S The Hurricane Baseball Squad played a rugged ten Home schedule over Llle First two weeks of the quarter tri preparation for their first conference games against Berry and Stoner Colleges played at the Americus field on April 6 and 1 The llrst Scheduled cun- lerence game was against North Georgia College, March ll Thai game was rained out and will be made up later ln the season The GSC baseball team ha: looked sharp at times lr defence, hitting. and pitching But irt order to win the club must gain mnststancy in these 3 major fields The defense committed an astronomical I2 errors in Ulelr ftrsi game against llllnots Benedictine College The team then ran off four games straight wlutout committing an en-or Defense ts one of the most unportant aspects ol baseball team 'Canes and the Qmels of Campbell College battle for a rebound in the game on January I5 U1 the GSC gym. The rural sears was Campbell. av, and snuthwestenr, ss. Same roclt ,gg AIA meet C ended it b-ack susan ln ie fashion. At the NMA rict 25 tracltmeet, we td third over all. We had school records broken, rl Hunter triple jumped 47 105 lltths, This ltlmp 2 the old record by an Lievable two feet ten Ln- Hontce Clark, again' . t his school record in the mediate hurdles. He dsecond in the NAIA meet a remarkable time of 56.7 teh, which better: his rec- fllslyearbyafull two 'ii-. l f rs Duher ln Action SC Bows anedictine te 'Cane tennis team opened season here against an ex- enl llllnnis Benediction ege Tennis team. losing B- ieorge Howell. the NO, la - Nfllll-TS PLAYER. Fl-TATED Al Scigalski of x Howell scored the point by nine in three SELS. S-Z fl-6. I1 B Campbell College S Hurricanes, 87-63, Here "Our boys played a great lzarne against a great team," Hurricane Coach Dr Marlnus ltregel said after Campbell College of vures Creek. N C., had defeated the Georgia South- western College basketball team. aim, here Monday night at the Southwestern Gym. The Hurricanes broke on top and pulled away to an eight point lead early in the game but were unable Lo hold the oearr- Mercer Netters Over Cones 9-0 The powerful Mercer University Tennls tearn tn a devastattne shnu .rv pnwer defeated cenreta Southwestern r-..tt.,.a.r, rt .. . .Mme ..rs.,,,,I and trailed Campbell 40-25 at intermission. Fred Bridges got inte foul trouble early in ure game and sat out mast of the nt-sz hal! with four fouls. He Playfd the entire second hall without committing a foul but the visitors turned the game around while he was on the nent-h tn the first half Sulierlor het ht ave Ca bell the advarllagegtn reborzx: 'ima is-za The winners also hit M nf 7l shots from the lield for 48 per cent while the HurrtCanes were making 34 of G2 lor 39 per cent Southwestern had the best percentage from the loul line but committed more fouls. The Hurricanes made l5 ol 18 shots for 83 per cent while Campbell was making 19 ol 25 for 76 per cent Bridges led the Hurricanes ln scortng with Zl polnLs,high tor ' ..-...... .... .,-..- . Track Team Travel ompetltlve season April Z with its hrst track meet at Dekalb Friday April G. the team ravels to Emory lor an one 'elneit tract rneet our only hnmt- tratk meet is scheduled lnr tprll ll :md t'.1ll be held al 'he iztlerlrlls llltih 'ichrtnl trawl. .n ..nr n rr- 'nterrrtl are neltnln .trvt imllherlt 'l's-'th GSC track team started its C . . ' , On r n For Varsity Tennis Team Coach DeLaneuvllle an- nounce that anyone interested in playing Varstty Men or Women tennis should attend a meeting on November 21, 1972 This meeting will be held in the New Gym al five o'Cloclt All people interested should meet with Coach Delsanevllle ln Room 3 ceerera Southwestern College will compete in the Georgia Inter-Collegiate Athletic Conference, There will the game. whrle Robert Evans dropped ln I9 Evans led the rebounding lor Southwestern with eight and Bridges had six Richard Maddox added 13 polnls for the only other Hurricane ln double figures Danny Gaither led the scoring ter Campbell with zo potnu and vias also the leading reouunder with l? Willy Maull added 19 points, Andrew areadte had t7 and Marshall Lovett. ll CAMPBELL The Hurricanes travel to Ptedrrtaru Saturday night fer a llame with Piedmont College CAMPBELL ttmsnaiurer 20. Maull,l, 19, are-adle, i7 lrovett, ll. Ellington, s Subs J Sanford, 4. Sears, 4, Yates, 4 l-larreal, 2 csc real-artdges, zl. Evans, 19, Maddox, la, Hutlo, 4, Hunter. 4 Subs A Clark, Z, Huggins. MeGlaun ' l"'illateh played on Xlarch '18 stneles No l-Houston lvl U tdiluggtrtss-l.rEz, Nd 'J-Field IM U t d Crawford 6- ll 5-ll 'Vo fl-EdW3l'd.SlMUt fl Grist S-'l 6-2 No 4- Wuodtin iM U t d Howell 5-l 6-ll No S-Schnaalt IMUV rl Flasher 6-4. 6f2 No 5- Robert lMUl d Burnetle 6-3 ll--l Dnubles No l-Hnustow meld tMUl d Huggins- Crawlurd MD. 6-B No Qi Fdwards-Woodlln 4MUl d Grlte-Howell 5-7 B-Il. lkll Yo It-Schnaak-Robert lMUr rl Flasher-Hurrlette 6-sf! 6-Z Hurricanes Takes 70-59 in Over Berry College The Georgia Southwestern Hurricanes gotoff to a fast start here Saturday night and went on to defeat the Berry College basketball team 70-59 in the Southwestern Gym. The Hunicanes will be back ttn the home court again tonight at 8 o'clock agairlsl Campbell Berry Out 6-3. The rest of the Cane ers appeared to suffer from ie fright as they all lost in Slugs Cones tight sets in their first ap- rance of the year. The IBC ters are now 3-l with ther match on Thursday cores ol March Ztst Tennis Ich : ingles: lo l-Hurnell iIBCl d, gginslo-l. 6-Z, no, 2-Ekins lCl d, fkawlord B-l, 6-0, ,?5Stav:r llBCl d, Grice 6- 5-0. No, 4-+Htrwell IGSCJ 9:5555 H- F-51 'tn-, The Bfrry Qillege Vikings defeated the Georgia South- westem Hurricanes. 6-1, in a Georgia Intercollegiate Athletic Conference baseball game played at the Amerlcus High School Baseball Held on Friday. April s, The Vlldngs scored lottr rtlns in the third inning off GSC 5 pitcher. Bobby Jenkins. 'thev the Saturday night game was one of the finest games the Hurricanes have played all year The Southwestern boys tttoved out to a 36-Zl lead at intermission and held off a Berry charge in the second half lor the win Berry closed the gap to eight points at one time ln the second halt before dropping back, 'l'he surge mainly came from better rebounding by the visitors At the hall the Hurricanes had 15 rebounds to Berry's 16 but wound up the game trailing the losers in this department Z7-42. The home club made better use nl' iLs shots hitting Z8 ol 54 from the floor for 52 per cent while berry was making Z4 nl' W for 40 per cent. From thc foul ltne Southwestern WHS H of 22 and Berry hit tt of la, Richard Maddox led the Hurricanes in shooting with Z5 big points and Fred Bridges dropped in lti, Cliff Hutto with ll! ...,.l.a.. ...,.. rl... ....t.. ..tt.... Danny Brown and Tyrone Davis each had to points to lead the scoring for Berry. Davis' seven rebounds topped the visitors tn that department GSC A591-Maddox, ZS. Evans, 3, Bridges, iS, Hutto, 10, HUSEUHS. l Subs - Clark, 7. McGlaun. Z, Hunter. 5, GSC Tennis Tournament There was an intramural tennis tournament held at Georgia Southwestern College from October 17 until October 23. The matches were all singles with no doubles. Each player had to win each match in order to quality ter the finals. There were three different divisions ol' contestants, The Hurr drawing at BnorY- The tum captured eight first place positions to place second ln the Threeway meet. They defeated Wuuthern Tech 7611. bitt los to Emory awe, Horace Clark lead all winners by capturing the intel-mediate hurdles in the time of 58.7 thldt tled his school record. He ontinued. wililtlng the triple limp. running on both tint tlace 440-relay and mile relal' earns. t-le also Lied for lit-at with eammate Calvin Hunter in the rroad lump Other firm place winner were ltrls 'lhlbodenlt nmnlng the nite and three-mlle. and Jerry Vlnmey nmnlng the high hur- fles, The Nil relay team. :nmpoaed of Horace Clark ran ahead ol Eknofy to Ct-IPYIIN Hrst the mile relay team consisting Jl Rlcll Bird. lilrace Clark. George Ableaon and Calvin Hunter ran away with first olace , the high lump, Calvin Ezr placed semnd. needlnl t I 5.5 tojumponly two mort lrealt the school ln the aprtnts. we u better than second as placed Second in I-lil dash, Neal Hartma second in the 223-yi and Gtarles also ran second ln tl yard dash Third place tlnnlslt Rick Bird throwing tb- and running the R-yi Eddie Sosebee throw discus. Quarles Carte high lump. .la-ry Maas M0-intemediate hurdl Post nmning the 220-yt and the number two-rn team composed ol Massey. Neal Hanrna Thibodeau. and Rick F To ltnldl Lhe :wr place llnlshes wer Hartman throwing the Gezrge Aldeson ru.rir 440-yarddash.Utrls'l1 running the BN. and Hunter rurtrtirtg ure dash Howell Wt The llltnets nenedtettne rr-lteee tennis team ran tts record to -tel at the erpense ol rr highly eumpeuttve Georgia Snuthwestern College tennis 'eam The Hurricanes. lostnE their second contest in a row td the Saints from lllinols. showed vast improvement over the first dat Dennis lwael ol Georgia Snuthwestem Couege deteated llave Hurnell 6-2. 7--5. U' evade a whltewash The other matches were rnueh closer than the dat heidre as three csc' nettersteok the supertnr llltru-ns players into three sets betort- lnstrtu their utvnehes The sun- halted partisan Hurrtcanes ernwd tell the tension as one or twn ooints another was feulfl have changed tht- uutt-nrrte tri c ntesl , r J X .- 'tr ns .. - e - , s. A -- -1'W'7e'S'? pnrtanl eunrerenee matches 5 rsthttw ,, 3--ti-, r. Srnrt-s hi Vlarch :ard Tt-rtrus ,- '. 4-X ig 3, fri? pe uateh .fir fe'--I ,, '54 4 'gy .:, A-' P ,-4' slnclrt un t-lsrael e ,QW -r . 4.-35. g - rtzsctrlaurrtellfez res Nn , Q . .li , ,ga W yuematstu .tart d crawldrd t. - ., , - --.-.- fi nel 445 6-4 Nr- rs-staver 4 '- FIR, -:'-195 rtncrdcrteeuittssn Nn 4- H tg -dnyalt 4 lat-t rt Howell 4-6, e 'fh- tee we eelangtlnc-d n l53Shl2I' NZ, li--l No Fm renttnarte r tact rt nurnette re 4 rr l I nnnnlrs No l-nurnelt George Ht-uell rn :trtittn wtntt l tt C nutr--two' e.. rt isnt. ill'-lt't rl tlrree-Howell r ...thin 1 X.. i-Novak-Centm-:GITISIS Tromp Canes . .. rtntf. in ite-wall-ter - iff it 1 ' me 37-63 ln Home Confrontation rn.-rarnrn-w:ll4'trltt-zwaruels ed tht' superurr nutsrdt- ,,.,t,,,,f .ri nan Gaither, Willy the rr , rn rt tie t li o xerth tl2i'Q.Ten3Ter5l.,a Athletics and Rerrv College Friday all USC tennis courts tn two lm- aull, and vlershalt ldtvett V -1-me rnstde shonttnil of adre and a Quick atn an easy aiqail at-r tht' cast? at a hnrrte eante alter rrrarern drrwn tn I4 rne fine n-nn' rnhrurh was the the .earl nt the ganw The l-rss the llnrrrranes l sts trhtle rarnels art' nrrw rs-7 Fred nrrdees led hath te rn senrtne with zl porno t Hurricanes tn the dauhle ne were aah Evans, with l9 ne "Outstanding 35College Athletes" as W35 Cu pub from course. accomplishment Robert Evans. and Horace lnady the the rs of "Out- e Athletes of ol their so annual awards :hed to honor nest college Angeles under the auspices nl the California Museum of Science and lndustry, and will serve to honor eat-h years wlnnlnll athlete5 ln congratulating the tlutstandjtng College Athletes. spnrtswriter and commentator Howard Cosell said, 'Tthese alnletesl have created within themselved those qualities that enable them to make an lm- pttrtartt eantrtoultun--not merely on the playing fields- but Ln society in the lull sweep ol their respective lives " Star defenseman ol the Boston Bruins. antrhy Orr. said. -Arne lessons you leamed from sports-the value of cooperation- -ute ahtltty ul pervorrn under pressure. the drtve td succeed, the sense of leadership and responsibllllly-have obviously been used by you dutstde at sports not only for your veneht. but also lor the benefit uf nthers " The complete niegraphres and accompllshemnents ol the H713 rvutstnading College Athletes will be presented ut the annual volume, 'outstanding College Athletes ot America " Heading the Board or Advisors ts Doug Blankenship. Chairman, Oumanding College Athletes of America Serving with htm are Rev Wilfred H Pmwley. SJ, Commissioner. West Coast Athletic Con- ference: Dr M C Cunningham. Past President. National Association ol Intercollegiate Athletics Wayne Duke, Vornrnlssloner Big Ten Gun- lerence Howard Glubbs Fitecutlve Secretary, Southwest Athletic Conference, Goerge A Hansell Past Prwsldenl. 'Vltddle Atlantir- States vnlleetan- e e-sur Conference 'H Presldtn ' .E Con- lew l-la: Venteral ierenee r-a. - am.FId rv. Past President. Nattenal relleetat e Jude Ageetatlerr Rrlhe .lean King, Tennls vralesstenal Anthony J ien.rp0le P-rodent. lnter- 7-0 To Mercer The powertul Mercer University Bears of Macon, seergra. led by Ute pttehlne ol Gary Sims rd-ot and the hitting 7f Eddie Creech, captured their ith straight victory following an rpentnn game lass. ro Gary Sims, the Bear's ace' pitcher held the Hurricanes ol Georgia Southwestern College lo no runs and only 2 singles tn a mnmnference game played at Amertctm Memorial Stadium The first nee innings were lcarles Started out by as much as six early portren ol the the Camels, led bY Maull and lorward oadle. regained the ed alll!-16 with ll go tn the first hall Broadle finished the ll and t2 points y , as the Camels had able 40f26 lead at n md half Started off and Rtehard Maddox, will Dan Gartner led the carnt scortnl with zu, tollowet willy Maull, a lerrrter servree basketball player ring his tenure with the An lndo-China, who tallle points Andrew ardadte h, points and Marshall Love lor ll ln an tntervtew Drtor ll game. Coach KNEQI 53' knew that the Camels taller, quicker, andAhad GSC Sports scoreless, as Sims and GSC ace George Weldon -l.lt verjl e itch sdt tavlifniryriital Berry Defects ret walk anyone durir ' e s G S ' T Jlahitidiilreir' Tennls eom :emnd inning and wal Sales to lead oll Ute Mercer llnally ami Teorge Weldon in nnlng thanks to a 'c with two men eut We rn no hits hut wa matters The Bears r, The Vikings ol Berry Cbllege defeated the Hurricanes of Georgia Southwestern College 7-2. to take their First victory ol' the season against a single loss tn a GIAC Tennls Match The , loss was the First ln the mn- lerence for the Canes and the t ,e i es-r-.atten ol!-91 nl 'MSG walk 115201-aastef-,,. ofrrerats. with one nut. Edd: 'f"1f'l'-'Vm1'."""0"'aWft"'Y Georg , ghd. ,rt pstnalked and men sm Andy Huggins and Debbie Vnmlssw 'Pr F- K College ,nd uma My Wm, Dasher captured singles Athletic it 1n'er , and lee llfh Dennis the matches for the Hurricanes to Trevlno G-.ll Prulessional talked and pine rhts year. all partterpatrrtrt eligible for the athletes will be outstanding Qruege Athletes ol America Hall ol Fame Awards Program Those selected DJ' the Floard nl Advisors will be honored at an awards banquet The ceremony will be attended by prernutent sports neures rrarn across the nation The Hall of Fame will nerrnanently- estahltshed rn les WLC MPV! 'ulwood stole sem With men on second and two outs. Rob Mit routine ground bat Sl1orL1top who Lhen l ball away This al.l Bears to go up 2-0 innings lnthebotlomofthe Hayes was credited tnfield hit He moved on a sacrifice by Get Viking Doubles teams whltewasted the Canes Debbie Dasher. playing No 5 singles, captured her First wln ol the seamn Sie defeated Carey Owens 3-6, 6-1, s-2, in n Fine come from behind win Andy Huggins. playing in the No 3 singles match, defeated Wayne Vaughn ol Berry College GSC Athletic B-fl 5-4. lor his semnd wi young season Scoring for the April t match at GSC Singles No tJoe She George Howell. 6-4. 6-4 David Akilns vB C I d Grist lGSCl 5-Z, 76 No Huggins tcsct d vaughnractoaol No Burgess tact d Johnr nelte lGSCl 64. 3-6, Sl Marc Gustafson 1VBCI FUITKGSCISLS-l.No 6 Dnaher vGSCl d Carey 'BCI 3-6, 5-3, 6-Z lfhubles' No l Searl lBl'l d Howell-Grin IG 6-l. No 2 Burgess-C .act d Ghugglns-l 4GSCt 5-4,6-0. and Vaughn-Owms tact d Dashrr IGSCl 62. 52 5- Cane tially Falls . Georgia Wills, 75-69 The Georgia Southwestern Ynllege Hurricanes came close ka pulling an upset over second :lace North Georgia College in Dahlonega Saturday night but z late rally fell short and the home Club won the contest 75-69 The Hurricanes handed the Dahlonega team its first defeat ln conference play ln Americus on Feb 3 Nortlt Georgia had turned the tables on LaGrange Friday night for the Grangers' r first loss of the year in the Confereltee Coach Marlnus Kregel c P - praised the play of the Hurricanes tn the loss saying hey played a good game against a very fine team The tmerlcus boys led or were even nosl of the first hall before the Dahlonega team moved out rrrrnt ll-za at inter-rrtlsalen, North Georgia raced away from the Hurricanes ln the second half and led as much as 16 points before Southweatem ut the margin to just four olnts with 56 seconds left to play before giving out of gas The Hurricanes matched the winners from the floor but were not able to get to the foul line often enough and this made the difference Southwestem made 29 oflio show from the field with North Georgia getting the same Baseball Team Host Five Games The Gedrgra Southwestern cnlleee baseball team hosts nye games this week at the rtrnerteus High School baseball diamond The l-lurrreane Baseball tearn will rnt-et Erskine Qmllege Wednesday and rhursday tn a nonfonlerence series The Cane baseball rearn hosts Rerrl and Shorter on Frtdat and Saturday nhernrrnn rn thr- tet baseball earner rnr th.- tourlu Hurricanes men stuuelrta .rata ard.,-tat, people entered in the contest, The final match was between Mike Oglesbee and Dennis Israel, Israel won the match 6-4. 4-6,6-l The female students had eight entries. Their final match was between Debbie Dasher and Jane Slappey. .lane Slappey came out on too irgtthe match 7-5 and 5-1 The Belllty W35 represented by sixteen con- testants. Bill Dragoln won the linal match against Thomas Williams, 6-1. G-3 number of goals out of 55 mea. The winners were 17 ol Z0 from the foul line while Southwestern was ll ul' lt, Richard Maddox led the scoring for Southwestern with zz petnts renewed elusely by Bob Evans with Zl Fred Bridges hit 18 potnts and led ln rebounding with 10 as North Georgia had 32 tum rebounds Lo 21 for the Hurricanes, Thad Blankenship led the scortng for the home team with 25 points. .lim Hyder popped tn 19 points and had nine reboundsg Tony Harris tallied i6 points and led the rebounding with I3 while Terry Kay added I2 points The Hurricanes are at home tonight for a game with Shorter College of Rome at ll o'clock. They wind up the regular season play here Saturday night at 7:30 ln a game with Piedmont College N GEORGIA tvsl-ltey, lz. Hunnicut, 2, Harris, IS, Hyder, 19. Blankenship, 25, Subs, Short 5 Track GSC held its llrst lrackmeel ttf the season on Aprtl bid The tr DeKalb The field show javelln a throw pace ln the tlur don. but was unable tt further The Bears scored t seventh on two hill. t bases. andn walk Jim led eff the inning with stole second base, am third on a passed ba GSC catcher With ol srrns walked and putt Fulwood. lmmedlatel second With two out Beech lcrtoclted in runners with a slni Bears monotonotlaly sc tn the eighth lrut Rick by Dennt run the le What ls 'l1'te Future ay David Carter Blue Gold Game Bc sure ltr :tllcntl the Blue-Gold game tu be held Novembev lb at ri on p.m, tn the new eyrn. The hrtets wrll he ls0c each, ltnd will be sold by botlt male :ind lemitlc chcetleadc Get your ticket today rs. program into ll I my was supphrtt the athlete llatl reltllz -r dry-rt rn tt Colllrls. 1 csc i697-Maddox, 22, Evans,Z1, arldgea. la. l-luttn, z, plat-e and second were Huggins, Z. Subs - Hunter, 4. SPORT HIGHLIGHTS Hurricanes Blast GC 9-0 The Hurricanes. behind Ute feurhtt. short out pitching dt Bobby Jenkins. blasted nine runs on thirteen hits off the Georgia College pitcher, Hataway The Hurricanes started early tn Ute Eame played here tn Amerlcus as they banged out two hit-5 and scored two I'll!lS th the first inning McPherson and Blrdsong both singled, moved by a base on a passed ball and McPherson scored on a sacrifice l'ly to center Iield by David Bates Birdsung moved to third on the play He then sacred Lhe semnd run of the game on 2 wild pitch The Canes then sent seven batters to the plate tn the third inning They scored two blg runs on 3 hits. and three Georgia College errors With one away Bubba Bird- song singled and David Bales was sate on a GC error, putting men nn first and second Bird- song came ln on a single by Weldon and Bales scored on a single by Bonnie Chaffin to make the smre 4-0 after three inn tmis men on hope that the continues to play The Hurricanes doubled their" score in the fifth. scoring foul l'tlflS Dl'l SIX l'lltS and started a base hil with another the score, A-JJ. put together tw stolen and base lor th way I I I c G n e S D O r S 'flu-rliunes' Bob Evans shoots for two in the game against Campbell College. 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Q ,-qlggg ., rv., -1.4. , ,i 1 - -l ii- I. ... if 1 K f by li, - ,, :-f t 1 i, , . -fr Uri i ,i at gc ig . 'rf 3 1 5 . Jgga, f-It p'4.'5,,.,4g.rggZ5:w'v:".,lwp, Age, 1 Y , e ,gH"s""' -'R Y V i i e'k,,'Q"gl4 rf if i .I w r ' s 1 2 ' I if 1, ' I le v ffl 4 1 iv i g T C A T . . . convocation . . .name tags. . .refreshments . . .facilitation groups . . .high school seniors. . . inform-ation. . .talks . . . confusion . . .new gym. . .student helpers. . .Iost. . .booklets. . .in- troducing a new way oflife ...i M L Q ii 'i 1 P i ii.i i . .loud . . .hard rocki. . .tight white pants. . . success. . .long hair . . .different. . . C 'C ' L T " rg . . . musical. . .try-outs . . .fall quarter . . .jackson Hall . . . rehearsals. . . lines to memorize ...i W T i L T i . . . Pi Kappa Phi captures second year in row the first-place trophy . . . keeping score . . . questions . . . answers . . . time limit . . . competition . . . November. . .guessing . . .victory. . .bonus questions. . . i is A i . . . dance . . .Student Center becomes large Christmas card . . . decorations . . . peace on earth . . .-Sou'wester gets first place in window-paintingcontest . . . . . .honor. . .leaders. . .academic. . .top one percent ofAmerica's collegiate population . . . . . . Polish Mime Ballet Theater . . . Mark Twain . . . preparation . . . National Shakespeare Com- pany. . . culture . . . "Midsummer Night's Dream" . . .jan. 23 - Feb. 24 . . . drama . . . Harpsichord-Violin Recital . . . Stephen Bell's guitar . . . Peter Max display .... 4 i i . . . spirit . . . basketball victory . . . Anne Lewis crowned as Homecoming Queen . . . displays . . . Zeta Tau Alpha receives Standards Trophy . . . signs . . . alumni . . . i i . . . soul music . . . "Treat Her Like A Lady" . . . dancing in gym . . .standing ovation. . .solo. . ."Never Gonna Be Alone Anymore". . .back-up band . . . F T ' . . . drama. . .college production. . .winter quarter. . .Feb. 21-24. . .success. . . P or . . .competi- tion . . .talent . . . swimsuit . . .evening gown . . . Debra Peavy crowned . i. . finalists . . . Miss Georgia Pageant . . . first Miss GSC Pageant . . . . . . gymnasium . . . service to others . . . freshmen receive pins . . . . .anchor man for ABC. . .speech . . .comments. . .personal opinions. . .spring quarter . . .current events. . .question-answer session . . . T - . . .grease . . . April 9 . . . Alpha Chi Omega receives Spirit Trophy . . . hubcaps . . . 50's . . . "Duke of Earl" . . . white socks . . . Marian Shaw and Angelyn Brooks chosen bestdressed greasers . . . SUB .. . old gym .. . oldies . . . Ben Hamrick and Sybil Baxter chosen best greaser couple . . . Valianettes . . . . . . April 9-13 . . . Greaser Dance . . . Art Show of Hallmark Greeting Cards . . . Ice Sculpture Contest . . . Coffeehouse . . . Ramsey Lewis Trio . . . some- . thing to do . . . "The Wild Bunch" . . . Flick Finders . . . L . . . bleed a little . . .April 25 . . . spon- sored by Student Council . . . over180 pints of blood collected . . . Greeks helped .i . . caring . . . fainting . . . 3 lying on a table . . . . . . models . . . hurriedly getting dressed . . .AWS . . . Feb. 28 . . . nervous . . . today's styles . . . Casual Shop . . . . . . fun . . . Student Center patio . . . prizes . . . cotton candy . . . luck . . . spending too much money. . . purple and orange hippopotamus . . . band . . . . . . racial unrest . . .April 10 . . . rights. . . demands . . . front steps of Administration Building. . . issues . . . . . . May 3 . . . candidates. . .speeches. . .platforms. . .letters of intent. . .defeat . . . 1 Larry Payne wins . . . positions to fill . . . voting . . . not bothering to vote . . . banana splits for 256 . . . . . . Magnolia Manor Chapel . . . honors . . . years of work ended . . . Portrait of Miss McNelley . . . red .v roses . . . . . . May 16 . . . elections . . . choose five girls and five boys . . . leaders . . . honored . . .Gale . . . eighteen nominated by faculty-student committee . . . T . . . Received most votes in Kalei- doscope elections . . . red roses . . . presented at graduation dance . . . Cheryl Taylor crowned . . . escorts . . . pictures . . . spotlight . . . . . . May 31 . . .Bill Deal and the Rhondels. . .Student Center patio . . . seniors . . . end for many. . .presentation of Kaleidoscope winners. . . fireworks? . . . . . . Gov- ' ernor Carter speaks . . . large crowd . . .june 7 . . .years of hard work for many. . . diplomas. . . new gym . . . , cum laude . . .announcement of cap and gown deadline . . .tassles and gowns. . .onlythree tickets allotted each ' senior. . .an end and a beginning. J. .'-sl. . ri I, . st.. .'j4i.::2- fiat,-'F-,qfz '--E'1'j,.'2 Eg. '- f- ,",g 2jtAi., f'f,1' '.'- 7 , Z.: V 1 'v'f'f":'f'."-if -. ' lf-l 173' . ,is l9fJ.'fs5f'3. :li-ff., 31 ,fi Sf-g'j':"', ,,'4f'f,' --I If- bl' .1 -Y. . r if 3',g,.. 1 'i 5 5 i 5 ii E 5. 'P STUDENTS HERE urkeys Will lie Released tt Noon, And 2 At 5:00 This Afternoon On The Front Lawn Take A Turkey Out To Lunch Today. l Group Sponsor h Careers Day lanned at College flzf' I ' 1 I A -ri ' . f 'll A 5 s Q l l '. 'il Al G- wr Ffff -' 1 Fx" W , ' Will? j: ?:T::, 'w 2 5 S- 3 ' -Eg 3: 'Ai , lne ltnmsey l.ewts lrto. nluen nas gtven ute music wurld such umque sounds as 'The ln Crowd" and "Hang On sltutpv' wtll permrttt on the tzudruta Southwestern College valmpus Aprtl lo. spunsered by lhe Student Unlon Board The lzroup wlttelt nas rlatnted seven gold records and a loml llsl ul honors wlll brtng tts tlnlque sound ln Anlerltus lor student Untun week tltprtl 21- llt .md wtll perform at H D0 uut tn the Fteld House nrxt Tuesday l nuve always tndugrtt tnat untsu- goes mek lo the sxmple ltearlheal' sald Ramsey luxvls 'Tu the lu'l'lC befor? man .uuld speak and had tu coma utttrut-ate uuuug.. .ue use t.. elemental nrtses what could nave been Cluster lu man tnatt me wund ul nts betng dltte '- Hlluurttauatf' --altvey' lrutntttttntruttunn these wurds drsertlte the ntustr- ul Ratnsey Irwls .ind lhe rllu5lt'lHn5 he has plated wtttt stnet- nts career tteeen tuure than an tears .neu tents began t-nntntttntfattnu lhruutlll llluilt lu :l uldi' aulilenre when he WHS l5 playutu nttn u uund Called me tlens and nun tnu ntusu-tans xfldet- Yuunu and ned nl-tt, uhn ttould Fflnilllulv Ill! 0lllPr lun- tntrdsul utr ltuntset' tents trttt fur I5 xexrfi 'mute trueu rose ln tnr tun nl ntttt ttuut ure sutgtr ant. atututt, '-Tlte ln Cruwdx' neeurntng lllllllunsellers and both reavhlnll Number One ln lxlpltlarlll' ln Lhe nalnn Gralttnw Awards. Playboy Mzlgalllne Award. Silver Nole Trupht. Golden Mike Award, rtt- Rurnsey lt-wts 1m honors utr on and nn, and S41 does lht' urnttpt appeal l nuve ulwuys thought" urllcs lizmlskx llewli ln llw miles nn hls llrsl Cnlumbla release. '-upendn Nt Pamuta' rlnve ls Tugeutert, --that tuustt- uues back to the simple nettrlbeal lu Lhe ttme beldre .,...n could speak and had to t-uuuuuntrate lhrnugh me use nf rltuvfnl.lllenlll1nlnlh9v1llll6ll's ,mmm-ng E A Sr l-llt-s lltllll s Auxtllary to the l lvledtcal sat-tety noperatllvely wlllt lweslern College sperlal day lor eresled tn np- r work ln health nccordlntt ln Mrs l ol the Georgla Nursing Divlslnn students lrdm a adius wlll be ln- tmerlcus campus lm' lhe "Health " beglnnlng al l Sclence Annex from vartnus lrllctpale ln the nth school junlors e Race sttients Advlsorp ponsoring a campus Ie race ln be held Aprtl the lltn at he race wlll begun ln glrl's dorm and wlll ampus Partlclpants tvlded lnlo three The lxrsl dlvlsmn ll men's and ladles' wtll make 2 laps Campus. the second nk .md senlors from Amerlcus, Montezuma, Preston. semey Fuunly. Plams. Ieslle. Smith- vllle, and leesburg Amerlcus and Sumter County Huspllal personnel pnr- ltclpaung are Ard Walsnn Fhtel nl laboratory Servlces. l,uls Gladdert. Cylolnglst. Vtclor Warner Nurse- lnesthellst Mary McCall. X- Rzy technlclan, Susle Mulky. Snclal Servlces and Jim Grilr fllh, AdInlrll5l.l'Hl.1Jr Magrutlta Manor personnel Include Roy and Peggy Gallan. Physlcal Lheraplsls. Marjorle Chtlders and Grace Jordan. llt-cupattonal Theraplsls and dwlslon nl r1lEn'5 Standard blkes and the lhlrd dlvtslnn nl ladles standard blkes tslll make only .ute lap around me campus Flrsl and second place trupntes wtll be gtven ut earn dtvlsmn The only restrtctutg rules are l Cars have Lhe rlghl uf V-ay. Z do nol block lzsler movlnll hlkes Am one lnlerested may slgn up at me student center tn- lormallon hwlh nl' U12 buys dorm by IZ Ill! noon, Aprll ll Fveryone ls tnvlled f nold sits GSC anchor man lor the ting News, Frank ald a large group al tuthwestem Qzllege. '. "Uni the publil: be conditioned lo lower mndard ol by the lederal I .. g before faculty and rom Southwestern Wnspeople From Reynolds explained lnditiunlng is due lo and fatigue ln lhts 'r lh! DISK 10 lo ll lililary involvemenl t t sand. "Go1tgres is alter its inef- ll' I-Wing lu stop the t trylng to stop eul- lomestic spending " nditioning. he ex- las resulted in a l apathy hy the pevple Iowa:-ds the 1 surrounding the bugging iflair r. who was replaced mm alter heated l of uplrlhn! with tdettl Agtew, ma Il the present admi- Graduate L nder W llrltrgllt Ytvulllvlvslvrrl turllt-ge nut reeetvetl rtnftl .tppruttal lrttrrt me nuttrd nt Regenlw fur tht- tlrutlualt- l-rnerarn tn riduettttnn tu ra-utr. tm Iht' AlllerlL'uK fzlnlpus itullmvf Qllarluf tll ll'llS VEHI' Tlte approval erutte trus week lnr the prugrarn nrurn utll reqturr sn ndttrs nl rredtt wttrt at .ttrerted studt protect nttln the prrttert relattng lu me qudrntm .urea ul ennrentrattnn .tnd rlestuned tu dent.-straw hxs ,tntlttt tn lnlluu urreptt-rl prtnt-tplr. .tr rtlttrttttunul rccertrvh cl.-.trut.t euutnurst-ru utll .rut-r -nr Nlnwlvr .tl rirlttuattun deuruu tu rftrlt rlttlrlrtmnl .-tlttrnttnn --leturnturt .-tlurftttun ,tn-l sruutttlnrt ndurtutun ttttntntr-ntnu ltrlfts tn Enultsn tnutruuuttt-s sttrnru ,tml dn-tal sr-trntr mere- urnuratus nntrtt .u.. .uurrltnated ht -ne ta.-uretn xuulllueflefrrl l'ltl5ltm ul r-'dur-tt-tttn .tru rl--stunetl ln I'rl.lbIt' lvlitherf llt mel" Ihl' teqtttrt-ttturttr lur mln .v-:tr rrrnltruzt.-n ut tru- tzeuret.. st ve wpurtnu-nt ut l-Ttlttt-.untn .ts null ue prlnulu uppurlttrutte. utr rtuulttt.-rt tttttlmts pursttu adtanred srutlt rnruuun .tn .tttrt-ertu-nt uttn :nu Qdutnurst rzeurutn lrett learner lzrluedtturt sertu-.1 Gov. Carter T mn-errtnr lurtrtn ranrr rt 'nrrnur sturtent al crnruta sfttttnuesteru Fnlleur utll t-tttrn ln the xtuertftts t-ampus X t.. datwur tha twtttt-Honremen' V tddvess 'rv 'V' Qluflenlc rerelvlrlu deurees mt .lurw T at r ' N' rt m 4- t.enrut- l Sttupsnr- tltan nislration is trying to exhaust 'he press. and said that the press would nal give ln. would not buckle . 2nd would mntlnue serving the American people Reymlt appeared on the Southwestern campus as the ntgttllgnt speaker dl me quarter He was sponsored by 'hree student organizations on campus as a service tn college persmlnel and the tawnspeople ol Amerlcus Sludens and faculty mem- bers were given the opportlmity 'o quemun Reynoltu on various subjects in a brlel seminal vesterday afternoon vllur t-T 'hte l'rllVerQllt StQlPl1l tn.-uruta ts ulst- sr-nrduled t.- utenrl 'he uraduattnn -rxerrtsrs t tzrnrutt vuutnuestern and -tartu-tpatr tn -he dedtrnttnrt uf tru- neu luarart unten ts betnu 'rarnvrl 'nr 'ne t:overnor'Q father ,luturs Varl rarter tw 'he an ranrltdates vnr 'iradllalmrl XTR are Xlalffl lv Gets Face Li Our campus were al fast' been ut-rr trrtprunnu as years gr. nt, and lhe pearnnrr nl the tnlletgt' ft has lhe al' has aluays been tn u runstant stattr nl flux. Such are the nays of a gruntnu rulleur lfteerntlt however. lt has btlt nme tlbvluus School a t:.fu.str,.u..n fur .-uureee un -nu sttttnwt-stern .-.tntptts lttr rprtuu quurlvr ,etrlutlulttlttu Xlttrrh 32 .rt tun pm tn the tnnttnuutr ldnt.ttt.,u Venler t-t.urst-s ttllfretl tn tutnuert s-'.l.r..n lttnkelzenrl lmmustrtlle tutlquttt Furdele. rtftun urul ,uuunt .nut als.. be :tkvn fur rrr-dtt tn nedruta YttlllI1uPSll'rVl'K llfaflllall? ttrnurrurt under the agreerut-nt nun :nu Arun Tearnrr servtee r.ttl:t,t'e prnttram lnr mls ar-- quarter For furlher -QCQI Sfude N--tu--untutn annul tnts .trttgrurll ronlarl Xlr Shellnul lrl 'ht' llvnllnulrlil Fflllbitllurl rt.-nnrtntrnt nr nr Pnpt' llmlrrltttn nl lhv UI ,aa . xlilnn ul nts Serve As Delegates Af Meet xltss nt-ntue Kvnl, daughter nfhlr anrlMrs w l-l nent,and ntllllarprrsunutmr und Mrs w :tl Harper Ill, dl Ant-rteus tt-ere ueurgta suutrtue.-ern follege delegates lo the Rt-ttun VI fonfercrlte uf lf Assuetattdn ul College Untons lnternattdnal. tuftutser l-a. .- the uruvetsttt nl czeurgta Th runlrrenrr was attended rt delegates lrdtn jutudr an .entur rolleges and untvrrstttr tn Alabama, Flurtdt ltr llt tru' dnt tzt-truta tn... nrt .tudente urntluatt- -t-t-llnn- lnzul ttl t sltltlPnls lhvrt' .ln- sllulvnl nt Pt-pa ntntrman uv Stun ut Pdtttrrtltun al Sttttlltwu-tt-rn prntects t ueen :sn rtnrl lntt utll be t-nrnlled tn the prtltgrartt un t-.ttupus 'nts euttutu-r, nun ,ner stu uttntlnblu lu .tllun rt lull lusst-s lur .tll urndttatt- uresentlt 1-u x unrnlletl ln Ihr t 9' . P! , 1 . t ERNEST DAVIS Notice Local GSC Student To me lttsltvn t' noxm' llL'lllllNll t- me name .tutnurtted tn me at-ard ul lruurnts fur nur stu-ner 'tnex nu- nutuud ts tndt ol .l lurlntfr uulSl3ndll'lL1 t'Ilt1.9rl wht- sert-etl .ts puslutasler trt ttuertrus tsaalnst . tt ,V tt . t rrrr ,nl 1 tl-,,.v:l"'t ,url-wJ.l.'..."gJtuul'tL' lntem Here Ernest Darts, a G southwestern College lrdnt nmertcus wtll be arnung luur Southwestern students parttetpatutg tn tlte sedrgta Intern Program dttrtng wtnter eurgta tumor nltsstsstppt and neurgta Reprrsrnttng neurgtu Suutl nerterns student untun nuar ut atldtttun In atll und menu.- ut-re rtttrryl lanlltnurr t Maron, Randy rulutnun t rwrun, Dtvnna luque ol rut deter vrtertl Nadelnullur l mst P-unt, Anne Parker l cnllrgn Pnrlt, und sturle-t nrtntttes Counselor J arm .lenluns Nlr nuruttstt lctrttpatrtelt dl me untversttt nl Alana dt-ut.-retl tnr keynote addr REGISTRATION WUI! TENT SET UP FOR VISITING SSC Plans Homecoming or JCIUUOTY 29- Feb. 3 ma uututuuttng 'va ntlu uut ess, t-rnat at rzeurttta Snulh- ulut-tt flrttlt wttn tlte pnttusuprty tern College un Junuttrt 39 nl nlulflenl 3CllX'l!leS full Ullnugll Februarx 3, r.m...e J4,,,,,1e, l'lZll'llllllllllx4'h lll lllt-xivu Rvvortla-cl llvrc' tw tttr srut 'rltu rt-rt-nt .r,.rtl.rtn..lt.n tn tl- tt .lut ltu- arul l lttrrthlt- .tml Allllttll en tat-.trutnne llul urn lrnuu .ln tleuuls uuul nuns rt-pttrts u.-rr rvltrztfetl rruut tlnt uteaet.-t 'rt-:ts lhclrt-ttlttrsttnr. tt-ll nrt. rtrnrtlut .tu petpt-r at tp.-.rut Nr-lllllwt-slvrn I ttllvut- t tt-rt st-ntttttu tltttur , ..-tsrttuur.tpn tltttt-.tt-tl tru lttttvtrutt-nl tu lhu t-.trlll .tttt Rath uttu parttutpatt-tl ut , separate area of the unrltslt. tn ttrder tl. take hack ln u ,arnpus .elm from tru- untt vttnferenre on the prdttrarnrrtt nl student tu-ttvtttes Among t , spertftr Areas t-nvrrtd tn tltvulual se-Stuns ut-rr cwtuert sr rntertatnntent Pub nelattuus. ae.-ruattd l'r'rlorf1llrl2 -'trl.5, fumlllunl , tn lull I tl Flnelll:-lllt' Arli, Nlsui-ll I rtlnk Iltnt-n ttf llw mltllll tt.-tt.-rn ptttetts ll.-t-.trtuu-nt utlx :rrl lmrlll lu lllllllwi lllt t-.trntqu.tltt- un tutpur w.- t lmrttw trtu utr..-r ut mt tuttrunt t-tt-rt tuuplr ul -lute ttt-tl mt- pqtllt-rrts mul ul-t. lll0l'lPrl'rltl'w lll.1l vrtnllt- sllll ltur ltnut .rt tru- s.ltnu,ur,.ru wttrl lun.-s xnd nu .4 rnuttn. apt-r-ttun ul tru- tn.trutu.-nt l t-vuluptnt' ut- mtv tl-rt.ttn "ft lm- :trtnttal uttrettng ul tluttun and frtunds sttttrdttlud ur ll no .1 rn un me ftnul flu, ft sue-tftul nrurult ntll bt- tvlr ered at tn so saturday uturntnu tu alutntu attendtnu thu at' tutttrs. und u lun.-neun ntll ttllolt tht' reuulut uustnt-ss tteettng meurutn suutttwesturn wtll rut- Nurtn tzuurutu tn taste-tuall a--tttut saturdutt X -rentnu .tt 7' an pm, .tml tlutunt nrt- tnrtted tu attend tru- utst-,tattttt -eleuruttun tlunrt- t Manx nl tlnt- cseurgtu Suulhf , tustern ttltuuut ure rt-luttvt-ly ,uuttu nttlt tru- ftrst luur-year ,lt-grvc studenls eratluattne tn lass but --lasses hurt- been tn Summer Nig bet GSC Tues 1 , on tnt- Nxlltvrml sttultespeuru tytttpanfs Tenttt nnnttersary our 1971-73 wtlluttu l-run' tsrn ts dtretttnl: mv lfwduf ' uns ul A 'tltdsuttuttt-r stunts u ,lrratrt ulntfn ntll utr ttrr- urttterl att Get-rRlJ S"l1"' ' .ustern rmllrur Tuesday! 1 llll'4'lV"n'9nlr EdU'i"'0"4tkr lllr- lvlml-lllvrll lvl lmlns uttarter areurdtne lu Dr t...,.n.......a. ,mt t..,,t.r.t.Y lmumm ,M my-M Cap 8 Gown 0 Speck At GSC Commencement H 'W . t L... utfurnutttun prugraru t ttnducted by lht' St levllve Se-rvtrr S5 Sl?lT'l tn thls -latte vtslls wt-rv nuttin- ln xt-hmtls. ht lhP Slillv lllrECl0l', lm-lllbtlrw 'Il hls nlalf and lkxs-cllllve Svcrc-lzarltw nl the ltwal hlulrds Th? Lalks haul' been dtrt-ext-d prtntartlt In those l7-I8 tear old young men and women advlslng the Young men nl tnetr rtgnts and ubltgattuns under lhe lederlil lww The Mtttlart selecnve servtte Aft 'ln lhls l'l'lalrlrlEl'4" Slale Dlrb rltrr ul Selective Servlce Mike Herldrlx rtlmmenled, "we have had petsurtal contact wlth more than 30,000 drall-age young men We feel lhal we have helped many avold pensltles for tate regtstrattun and hate gtven all me ynung people a better underslandlng of the averall uperattun nt the seteetlve Servtre System and naw they ntll he processed under furrenl regttlauarug' llettdrut satd Thls program has been well- reoetved tru-mtgmut the state by superintendents ol schools, prlnctples, courwelors and the Under The GI Bill: new also beneil requtrement that a must be latung a ruurse eltgmle ldr a vlt-patd tuwr alsd rnade tutdrtng avatlalale lor the lust Y-tme la wlveS. wtduws and rntldren smdytng under the agency's Dependents' Educallonal Asslslance program Tulorlal asstslanfie flrsl became avallable ln March 1970 under Publlt Law 91-219 ll was deslgned fur velrans and ser- tlcemen sludylng on a half- ttmt dr more hasts at post serondarv level uwho needed ,pus ttutltu -l l -'UU at ttu 'lt tttnll-l A ',. l Deadlines ,-ttlulvtt e F0l1Cl OONGRATULATBI sv mt. CHEVRUT, MIS NOIl10N Aiss JOBS F fxom At Di latu- Putt ts a very good rtgrt lattttttage student al orgta Sauutwslent Cullege. tart mood tnuugh td pm me al ettatntnatlan ul the nverstty ul ntltm-l-'renee last tnruer 'mars su good uwut pmtng ll l'Pnnty," as ne was 1-ms ' exam' Well, Jane was one oassztg courses tcial Unrest At Georgia Southwestern le Blow Your Horn" lew by Dennis Griffin E Dennls Griffln, a Fe rv t rleerut- nl rut-utl unrest lwrt flllw nn Gen tnetr program S 0, nnly str uul ol ze Genrgllns td su. and what ls rnnrr arkahl lt 'lp, VA paul tutursfiur 'E' 5 e 'S 3 sP""'s" lr each rrtuntlt dr fwrllh lhfylvlvrvd-utnwestent nudettts, Doug taxtrnum ul vr Peake Fast: DlllllIll5lll'S Fnsltrr lane and twu unter Georgia mrlf uderdale and Paul Dlvts, -ttrtpatrd tn the 1972 study new law, however. rnart Program or tnr tutors fur me artual tverstty System dl nedrgta, tutur, up to tt ufssoamuntn t were acvompanled hy Mrs 'lla Ntlrlarl. an lllstrudor al Press Meet The e aI.GSC, has been in e production here, tw Your Hom." and everal high school telic perlomlancev' lgrealeslshows GSC seen!" - and many larlts were heard the opening mght ce of "How lo Suc- linesswithaulkeally presented hy the outhweslem College nts cl music and the llrsl musiclls here in some lime, show was fast-paced the audience ln awe. set was one of the ' seen lor a school of along wllh Rosemary, l played by Carolyn l seemed L0 be lhe perfe '4"'J7' Amerlcan" couple ln lot ""9n'l hlut lt Nobles, also maklng h appearance, dld a line , only question to her z dther ladles in the p "Where dld your Pzrls o I'lllltllrll some ,mme-V -I-My IW, was prusentett tnd my Came from me G, lu ttur ntnverttrnt rt t let-ddttlt renter Theyjuslweren' "W had expected The tzroup of Gulch 4Tony .lenklns 1Sklp Ju Brill ID3vid Oe all dld very fine , roles as young worklng under the World-Wlde Wlcke Rlggley, played lrThe tprtl l .uve 1- releast ana me c 0 "S!rElCh" lulurlal whlch ellglble persons tllnue lo use unlll 3 lolal s exhausted r law charges tutdrtal e agatnst lhe veterans ducaltonal cnlttlemcnl urtng rrulttnry servlce. ctals pntntrd nut rl0lc5 In MASS F wttu served as Cu' tleseur-rn Charge 'ntere ts nd better way tu rn a lnretgn language man lu dt wnerr tnat language ts ken " satd Mrs Nnrtun '-A at snruad prugrarn ts an dlut-lt esst-nttal aspen al -ten l.r.,u,tue sludy, and nr, lan country, by cuttverstng e rnrrtgtt language wtut me ox Passes jon-France uattvr speakers. and ny studytng the culture, htstnry and tltt- Cnnlempnrlry me dl the ldretgt people " One ol un' lavdrtte learners lor me study aboard students was Ruberl Cltevrdt, whu .reaches ln Dtlott dttrtng the stuttrner and ts mt utr Arm- strong stale larttlty durutg the school year l entdy lent-ntng me Atttertcatts durlnt: Ihr stun- ttter." said Cnevrut durtrtg a tnstt tu Southwestern uus week -l have wurlted wttrt manv Arrttt-tt-are through the years as prestdrnt ur me Club for Interested Prlends dl Dtjun, and tuy Atnet-tran lrtends utelude sergeant srtrtver and Astrunaut NellAr1nSlrlmg lnow teach at Armslrong slate tn Savannah. .tnd 1 wuuld ltlte very ntucrt lo entnplete mt ddeturatt- wurlt tn the Untted states " SludenLs frdtn Gedrgta Soulh- wt-stern have been par, llvlvaunu ln me Study Atardnd Pregrant fur me past sur years, and earn year. me students 'PSHYY lltat the educaudrtal Hdwnliies dl the l.rtp art- tn, t-alttable 'aut trs ndl all work," sum rl-evrdt "we have a lol ul lun, SGA Raybon Mr Bl much to the enure wllh hls delightful m0 humor' knitung him "Thlnk better replylng repeatedly Dammi!"' tn his empl As somewhat ol a vt college theater, .lose turned in a wander lomtanee as Bud Fn Intern Program lnd ll added much lo ment ol the produc- pl ynung. ambitious J. Finch. Johnny gave a superb per- ln his lirst stage ere at csc. laeutg the l'thllJuh.nny ls. he is lmended lor hls con- tttlnr lltts t-uunrtl ntust he rnarten nu luter than the Fall quarter Qeptetneer tem tt rue ntrtng ol rt lull-tttnr Black edttnselar to talte tne place dl Mr Oscar Pea 'upon tue, 'leparture ll lnV9QlllLklllllrl lrllrl ll!! rlruelnprnent uf a nlaru Stud' dtes rurrtrttlunt to be started no L-M -nan me l-nut Quarter ner um nttnedursettn d to be uttered nn later yell' Work- Study 'ogram ls lwiilable In udntts who would lllle e involved ln worklng I handicapped, The Pl-lsy Alllxilllnn nl 'lery County. Silver 700 ISUE JONES ISI Thursday, mt '9. Georgia South- Vll'E9 PIIYH-'I hast lu wus ur yuttng peqplg lln..-...t ...t....t. Spring. Maryland lin the Washtnglnn Dc. metropolitan areal accepu I certain number of studenu each yenr tram colleges ln me Eanern United States to become part ol their lntem Progam Attend Sludenls lrnm GSC acted as uuldes and helped at the receptinn. Dr Dowe Carter was lngtrumenlal ln finding the best uuldeskposlsible Approximately udverntnu dneanduu campus llSll0l'S tlter tnr tssuee nerr -ttsrussed rnrnrtnully utr rruwd t-as led tntn tttt- Inbbx ol tnr llulldlnti vlht"YE ll'll'y Cal peacefully tvrttlu Rendtnlt at 2 tepresentaltves allcmpted to nruuttatt- the ltst uf demands nun Dean wtlltarn Rnarlre nnarlte was apprentlr rlulsen ln tt-present me svttuul url. IvllnlSlHillDI'l IIN Pl'PSld9llI vthlrh laslerl three hours r-rrstdent Kung ts reported ut nan- expressed u lavurahle tllllude lowards .all bul the Flrsl nl lhr' demands He allegedly .-tplntned ln the three prdtest represenlnttves mal he was nal rztpaule nl resctndlng me arrest marranl ul lhe jalled Wrlghl tultnuttn he lorsaw a possthilily nl enachntz the remalntng Gve demands, HP refused, however .l sltgnature nr am' other lurm ol GSU Board Positions Open Posluons on U19 GSC Student Unlon Govemtng Board are now open for next year If you ntll be at least a Sophomore al the end of Lhls Spring Quarter and have al least a two point duet--all average. tnen you qualtfy lor these posllluns The Chalrmenship of the rdllrwtng cdrnrruttees rnust be dectded for next year: Concert f'nmmIllEP l7lBCl'!3llt7n Commllltee. Lyeeurn Cam- mtltee, Social Actlvltles Commlllet Fllrll Finders Commlllee. and Cunper! Qlmmlltee These posatlcns are elected by the SUB Executive Cnuncll Fnur POSITIONS, Representative-st-large, wtll be selected in the General Student Body Elections. May 'lrd The same quallflcnllons apply as lar the Commlltee Utalrrnen letters of Intention :lre available al the Student Center lnfunna"'ln Booth and must be filed no lnler than Wednesday. Aprll 25 and l tntnlt the sludenu really ht's D ttruutt-ss nrt mt- .ruuput stnr.- :vm Slllt t' lll't Atttt-rtttts l fttur tual .utunu . nur-lt-rt.. suutlt. nlttttn us tu s ,nut r--1 utult tn.- tt.r,.r.rt.t.uut tn-. .ntut hu lllslllllllurlx lvl llt'ttrg1l.l lu Llll.llIl llJlllull.ll In tttsltltlltutt nt-stttltt lt.ts ntutltt . ttnutt .ttt-.t l tltttnlttttt tvnt ul lllt .tt-rltt.tttun ttuutttttt llttr N..t.uu..l tuuu- tl rut- u..rt-tltt..lt.u. nt 'lu.t.t..u l tltu.ut..n 'rttr utttttnu tttuurutt. lvt vllvtl tt-.trs :ted .tltun :nu lrutu nu Nutt-ut.tl It-.tuuu ul Nutstur x ttr.ultt.tt- ,tr ntll lu- .rl mltt-et.. xuuln, nur, .ttttl tt-ursus rut lst- ttt.tstt-rs lr tltult - t ,tt t lt-tlll l-uruttt tn t-rltu .ttunt tru ut lull st llvxllllv llls sllltt tttslttttt t ytrtt,gr.tttt , ttllt-rvll ull t- tt- t lntlltg tlu- Hunt tt. lTl rec doy Night Ga. Seniors Attend GSC Orientation ltppruttrnately zsu school senmrs from across Stale were allowed a free l tn uunduetutg utetr dwn follege nrlenlallon at Get Snuthweslem here Satur Deslgned ln meel Lhe new the tndtvtdual ratlter than group "Panorama '7Zl" lraflbd students parents teachers from over 60 Gec rluzn Schools and me g recelved maps of the can wllh dlrectlons lo var deparlmenls, and lndlvi, schedules were worked nu lhP Vlsllurs ln the past, orlenla sesstuns have met the nee: 'MRP ltroups. wtm sched nteetlngs ut whlch the slze 0 audlenre pruhlblled lndlvi rounsellng Flut wttlt trte large nurnta exhlblls, lnformillcn bo and stgnls lo see, me gr, were Small and lnforl nlldwtng a more pers, contarl between Geal-gta sr weslern personnel and tl-uf .u tn. ttrrtt- tn uw future sdttutwestern sludt N uu.tr.- lalllv- llurlull llllrrls NSFW . - tt.-stunt-r. nuts tltvtded turut-r uutut-en .mtl .taut-uttunal ttrattt- rnts wdsun nts twrt' turn un tsllllllt . ll- tltwlllll ,,r..lt-sst..nnl ustttttt- s . u lt.n,t.lu.tt tn Prurneuade. 'd""an 'J W tlll Hruuduuy tn Fwrwlsfuv WHL' jllfmff "l ttttyalltx wltert-llasTutnnt, UH' NET A"a"5 "l l'xlc""""" l luntrrs lluttt-"" .turl tn the utrerted -tnnellu' fur ww Bustun seasun tn was llt' luts teen un utr laculll ul nn- vult- lnrautn Srhottl tnuuaueu tu.- vulr Undergraduate 'l'ht-ulrt' r-rugrant. dtretftrd san l-'run ,tsuu Opera urutlut ttnns and .t .ununer tuur rur tnu lxttrtntn resttval tn llltnuts llt- prutlut-t-rl um.- lbw antl dtrrcted surly nt-le' lelevlslnn Spetlllls as Lundon Sy tnphunt' null Wllllalll Slelnberr-I and ihk' " tl lttl Plllshufgh St lllphurll, -ltrr.-ted lnu urudurtuln, -.l 'Thu' Fal'll3ClltkV' .ll lht' tnurles Playltuuet-. Ft-rd'S Tneatrt-. and lur tnurs Xtttonli his lltvnurs .tre lhe Nl'f'l' Xurllil ltlr l-'rrr-ltunrtt fur tmtlt was ...nt less stent, and eustutnt tlrstunet s lor xst' . luur are full Etustt and .lautes Bertttn l-lurrts nutlt nate nad t-ttenstt-1 turetrs ut tnt- nuterteuu The-alr-4 utnl tru t-nlertauununt ttttrltl turn mst. destunefl tnr stunt' lur tru, ttuerteun sltslt.st,r..rr Festtval Thealrt- at Slt-tttlum runnertttut as null us .- nutnber ur tnetr prtnluuttuns seen on eruudnat .tt lhc urn Tlteatrt- The rrttplunt ul .. rulurtttltt grant. ltu uns destgned lttr thr Ftrtstul tllu vu. wasntrtutuns Xrevta stun-A Tru- rurutu al ltnr-uln renter tut- Puerto lttean frratt-lu Theater tn Nun York vttt, 1' -me 'rtrune tlutltttt- llteattf tn tvltnneapults, and ntunt utnt-t reperturg theatres thtuugltuul tnt- Cuunlrx llt- destuned tru- ltgnts lttr me lttt tuusteul tzreust-, un Br-tudttut tnts .adsurr and t-rvlw-My aasturtrtl for ar-,utlttrtp lnuttesty' utr-Brttntluat s KN -5 ld 5 t Mlrian slrtuartd Angela larddlts The Age Of Grease The golden age dl the grezser tlays made tts appearance at neurgta suttmwesterrt College xprtl'1 at Q 30 pm The old gvrtt was ltlled to near capacity f ,ts the crowd wetted anxiously lu gel a lirsl hand look at the lamttus Vtnce Vance and the Vallanls lf lou did nol Know that Lhe nlghl of the concert had been destgnaled tzreaser nlghl you nnuld have tndttgltt that you tx-rttut ltepurturt xtttt-rttan prurntere t:tll's "Plus Slrlnd- utt tt.tttun:tl tttur l,llltttln Venter l uns the ltr.tttt.t lwslt Attnrtl wtnntne lute-rttrttn lltlt- " .tual l-Ztlut-dltunal ltr tllslltnud lhe l .tnlerbllrl Titles " lltts suuttttur ltr ltlls tt return nl .ts Reslrlenl ltustuttr-r lur the lwttlrv F4-sllvrll and ntll la' -tteu ul the Tln-.ttr-, Ft-suval -ut. r lwavt ln' ruts ut-un tmtstunt l't uluseur ul tustttttu- ltvilblll Ill ltnstttn vttttursttt, navtng ur.-r...ttslr tn-.-rt .. nu-tuner ul lltu .lustun ln. ullt .tt vult- .md ul ttursttt ul xlttlugun Hts rtutu ta-en unlntbtlt-d at l turuln 4 utupuut s ul lnttrentt lwrtg " nut. trtntln-t ,xsstuntut-n Fttt Ntlll lvlt-tlamrl surltw 'l'll4 t-ttuttgutuu t usltltu. lla-rkshllt' l tus tlt-stuns lkxllrllltlrllll un- lln tl.-stuns tn. uttutn llupuurn, wullstrr t.,.ll.tt ut x.-u vurtt 1 ttt und ut. nt tu. nurttt.tut-nt .nllt-t-ttun, nt .t..,1. tl.-ttuus at tru- vulu Arl null.-tt t,.n.r.tl .ulttusstun tt-nets tu x..tu.u.tl sunk.-sp.-.tru ruttte ,.,,,,t t urnrlu. tt-.rt ul 'A xluluuuuurt Ntultt s ltreuttr' al t..-.ueut stnttnu.-sturtt .trte unly sl sn 'llurt urtdtn rrst-s at ll p ttt tn l.tt ttsun llull Tut-stlay. luuttrtrt rl ,ua .,, ',,t.,uu.:.. . '10 pue - agilulin tsutel-le 'Fagea 1 Next We-ek ktttttttttt- ln- l-'lrsl Annu: .-t.-nt .tl .un ltttul nurtnrtl un-,tus und nu- utttn.-r utll dduhls that they were as good as tnetr press releases had slated T'het perlormed surtt elasstrs ..5 The nuke nl Earl." Tblsler " "PEPP9'm'nl rt-.rt " 'Judy's Turn tu rrl", Rtofk and Roll ls Here lo stu, ' and tuany other lavorllei nl the llllles Thu ttere strrtply lantasttr nttrtnu .. snort break ute tudges presented llte tzreaser trnpntes td the fdllutttne Pwple best dresied llreaser male- Vlarlan Shaw besl dressed ureaser lernale-Angela Brooks. best dl'BSSEd greaser urn Hamrtck and syutl Barter And men, me anew went dn Vtnce Vance, The Valtenls, and those pretlv Vallanettes made me old ym rtxlt wttn me vltr raudn dfgoud mustc They pttt nn :t shew that ls guutg lo be l rthe next group to equal xdurrrt aJ.,l,...--f ' snatls and French pane tu-acted rroweds to the for language sessions. as dtd ph lemunstrattdns fur trte set. leparlmenl :vne psycho lrolessor arrepted the rol 'barkerf' encdtu-agtttg gt-t t u t 1 ' . t. u lo r hls faclllllei useable refulls Wlthoul requlrlnz studenl stt the sesstuns conductet -presenlallves from all a ' campus llfe. LhE flaw dents was slead rw concept wlll be used ag :rurdtne lo Snttnt Art Pieces Un Exhibit A colledlon of url plecd he George Eastmllt l hllection are ml exhibit A nrutan Aww H lf- W Eallery nl Georgln S uegtgrrt College here The exhibttlon ls a :el 'rom Lhe wlde rallies of U lhalarehoused archlves nl me George mutt Hausa. but not ard avlllnble L0 Ut! Public Selectlnns from the major mllecttmts tltal been ree-enuy awlurfd Eastman House represented These eollt tnclttdtntt U19 NW' Coburn archlves ar Geruude Kasehler are each ol prlmBfY lm!-1 ln Lhe study ol V112 NJ pholagyaphy Wlthin the context al ptclure technlque such carle-de-vlsite, slere prtnl ur photo mer reproduction. a vusl tauun nl ptctttre con Bllallable KD U15 5 patlenl vimn Thus elthlhltmn tllu: small purhun of tlte wl ul commllments a slderatlnns that the l-ldttee pursues tn lactlltate lu prlmlfy an provlde tnslylli tntheextt tl ff suecttve tnw the vim Ben Hamrick and Syh The Student Unln . deserves a warm than ' arranzlnz thls conf - ettrh a Fume group nf p . l 1 vnu dtd nut rnttltt 3 t-an say ls-too bad' L f i Workshop At GSC .' vvrtat .are tuttr tnterestw nn tuu have it eunl ur purpose tn ltlc' Dues nutr utarur sattslt tzrurutrt Sttulh Lluglnnlnlq .tl sew 1 Wodnesdux etentnr f ,,. Fat, Q,,a,,,, Sapa w,,,,a,,, Km! W51.h5a,,,f,-,,m tutndruandn fur lar tne rl- . 1 had atepped bark tntu tune ww Wd In bp swmlm In H,,,MeU,,,Eed0, 1 4 'W' ""' 'a"'U'1S """"N W '1'e""' n""""" Bloodmolule 9'lf"'E 'h' Wm' days 0' me 'untrue nruat....rt-un nate uns tnun A tuuttttuuuut. 5 rtruutedtatrrurlnu nlnn nartnlutatduy wut-dnrlttstnns tn s Tnr rnatdrtty ul the Hwy- urhy ,,. aelecung .t turn s nertdnner- 3 nn twn nlaeu varuxtt- rruardtne the ltst tvert' drawn t at-rund nrutest slated fur G :1 students were dresseti acr Warm WCMHMSUS more .Mum and me ,L rs fur each estuultsned vrurn me nnur-lung sesstun and lust satttrdat arternnun durtne vts ,, V -urdtnely and I knew '-hflvdsfs ,,,,Wm,,, H, you persona, Mmm Smdenlr an it snutltweetern Fnllcgv: neddtrt :ttrreed ln return rar u the tual' qhool onenlauon at .5 , I fefwflly had H dlfllwll tune Numss -I ,me Salam 0, mm hm In 3 Mm ti .nl Sludv nterttne uttn wrt-stdent Ktng tu. tru- campus Studinl nent? Loaded 9 V 'A -ltsttnstutsntne the best dressed persona, Sausfmmnf, Wm U Mrmmps to he, 5. " " ' 1 . - '1!?,' "i?5"'5 Lh d I tu-e tnu nuure uf the pusstlalr atutnwestrrn Cnllet Q . A ' -' ' le' V'e""'g 9 fm' vrtreers tnu fun choose lrttrn H be-euttte better tntut -: t Wednesthy Avrll 25- lhf , uasltlled nttn anttetpattnn asm M , I - o C'rnssBloodMobllecameu1 V t what I Sham emu from me V I -.tr lPP0" tm q rgla Southwestern Cnllege , A 3 ma N W scheduled ltr w.nrtt- E We-mer .tl requtrentents. and t tptts 'Dm' were sponsored kg D F' -1 PF: T' wh me M Ped xuburtl Untturstty career lu tttake thetr mm' 3 the student count-tl at ' Dfioffelsan. ff.. ,..f,,'f,,ei, tunsultantattne nattanullurel deetstdns lllher 3 Reindlds dtsplayad posters and lioeated. Anutlner treat tu the 'mental rrtnverrtetustn me last'5l9d,Uy vartous rg, V a lm U . me res concerning '-remote ay was wrtert Doug Arden and zoo million years sarn Aldrid ea"'1a"U"50" Campus ' I I Qflslf-tt." tnualvtng landscaP9 .lerryrurnerrtrrd NIKE Enos prdvidedaderndnstratttut alia? OW 'W ""'a"0"S e ro et analysis. mapping. tnlrared meltets several thousand feat use ttruterdelt saw sndshoweddems and "MY memb' llhulupraphya weather study, Y, and I L , L cu E 5 n-n-,- n----n :Lune nuns, n Aaah... Gaul-- Ili' 65117- FRESHMAN ORIENTATION -fu 'i 7 S ,J ii we 9 1' rw 95,9 Q L.-ii' ,, .. w .- ,." ! ' ' X df-Wm 3 61 qgf XR FIV. H5 Q ,Q , vs.,-n kg. ' ,li 9' kr xii Q 4 5. 1 jf , , . X 4 12,6"9'qfx.:- 153 BLACK GAKARKANSAS 4 A , ,f -I ,qi 31 A 7 -11 1 e H2 3432 Q r- ' W, fifixii ' 'QF 1-??f'P' if i'?viX5?'4 5535 f , W' ki"-?H ' 5.3 '51 5154! 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Q x .of""K ' mu. ,-a N NA SPLITS NA HTED BY BA HIGHLIG NS SPRING ELECTIO ,L K T' me-' X V S34-N4 ' fx x. Wal M -v at .1 , x Q-x., . -',.-QE -.QA-+x.:.4. jx" ' , . -. --wb, ff-sw , x A yuh vt :Wg ' lr Ei W Q-x s ' W!! 1 ifzlllq 'A f fr? ' V+- K ' " 9 if! NURSES' PINNING X xx xt I ' xx 4 - I. ' , 4 4 5., I A -v- I 5 S , .4- 5 ' A ,U f i ' l KALEIDGSCCPE O . D X 2-im-Y' 4 . YM X5 611' ' ' za X 6 Alan Braswell Allen Fort Donna Gibbs Debra jones Donna jones Debbie Kent Danny Lee Kemper Smith Cheryl Taylor David Whitaker 200 David Whitaker: "Students should attend as many functions as possible and volunteer for jobs if they wish to become involved. Being friendly to others forms unbreakable bonds of friendship." s.,s.L l l 5 Allen Fort: "Being a cheerleader helped me see that this school body needed to be encouraged to support its athletic teams." Flsl I 5 4 tells: Q1 li Q Y a 7 xi, .e 9 V -9.. 'fa f 'gg 5 4, J' " X 4 'R Donna jones: "I think students can get involved by showing an interest in participating and by taking the initiative to do something about it. Campus organizations are in need of people who are willing to work hard." 201 v X . N .I .. .X .r F . , Q , , . ,FZ - 4 . ,. a . a., ,X :hd ,L ., fl' I PM , - g ,t- I X, fq ft! 7, . af. .I I.: f jf , ---V-"' f I fi: I A fi W...--"' ,-MJ K A Nw-ff Debbie Kent: "By serving as Chairman of the Lyceum Committee of the SUB, I was able to do a lot for it because nothing had been done with it before." 202 Donna Gibbs: "By serving as editor of the GALE, I was given the opportunity to serve the school and hopefully produce a product the students would be proud of." 44" 'Tig as f l I 5 ' S-l l if '.- -- ', 35. ' I' A 7.3.-an Danny Lee: "By being able to serve as Acting President ofthe Student Council, I was able to help write the consititution and convert the Student Council to the SCA." Alan Braswell: "I really haven't been a leader very long, but the thing l'm most proud of is the growth of the BSU membership. I feel people should be involved religiously on campus." i i Kemp Smith: "I, like many other people, criticized the waythings were. I decided that I would get involved and work toward better things rather than complain." 'ESQ 5 X' 9- . 1,9 - .. Q .,,il.,J Eb' QTY . was 43" ' I ', ai sq 5 vl. -- 'fi L' Jef - r W'-T1 A 4 ,V .rf 4 . , is E . i Q I-fa Ii 4' V Q W i- I .1 M ,I ,, U - K, , Q , ffi, , "' .. M :ovl,s . 4 I h'!1f.V AA." 'N A Eiie,.,9q'y Debra jones: "Students have to take it upon themselves to get involved in student activities. Unless a student shows interest, his talents and abilities may be wasted." Air Cheryl Taylor: "I feel my role as AWS president has been my most important role this year. 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Mr. james . . . ...... HPER . . . State Convention . . . jekyll Island . . . Spring Outing at Lake Blaclcshear . . . Basketball goals for Training Center. . . . . . Le Diner Francais . . . Panorama '73 . . . Folk Dancers . . . . . . politics . . . re-election of Nixon . . . campaigning . . . . . . La Comida Espanola . . . Panorama '73 . . . Spanish Dancers . . . . . . Reception for Prospective Members . . . good grades . . . Dean's List . . . . . . Freshman Orientation . . . "Follow me" . . . Graduation . . . "Can I help you?" . . . Nominated by the faculty. . . "l'm sorry but you are in the wrong building." . . . . . .skulls . . .tarantulas . . . ??? . . . . . .being tired. . .kicking the ball. . . running. . .goalie . . .any Peles?. . . . . . social activities . . . SUB . . . Banana splits for only a quarter . . . Involvement '72 . . . movies . . . "Bullitt" . . . "Summer of '42" . . . Frank Reynolds of ABC . . . Faculty!SUB Basketball Game . . . Coffeehouses with Breakfast Special . . . Grease was brought back to the campus with Vince Vance and the Valiants . . . Did it ever leave? . . . College Bowl Tournament . . . "Mark Twain on Stage" . . . Cornelius Brothers and Sister Rose . . . "Treat Her Like a Lady" . . . Miss Georgia Southwestern College Beauty Pageant . . . Spring-Fling Carnival . . . Bill Deal and the Rhondells appeared twice . . . "Leader of the Pack" and other oldies . . . Black Oak Arkansas . . . Ramsey Lewis Trio . . .Sculpture in Ice . . .Christmas Window Painting Contest. . . . . .RAC . . . Hamburger Supper . . . Cross Country Bike Race . . . Horseshoe Tournament . . . Hayride and Weiner Roast . . . Poker Contest . . . No limit . . . Pipe Walking . . . Frank Reynolds of ABC . . . RAC softball tournament . . . Chess tournament . . . any Bobby Fischers? . . . . . . tryouts . . . practice every afternoon at 4:00 . . . Basketball games . . .trips to Rome . . . Spirit . . .are you ready. . .yell . . . megaphones remain on the sidelines . . . . . . Here and Now Singers . . . Spring Conference . . . Baptist . . . Bible Conference . . .. One Way . . . . . . Iekyll Island . . . Best Collegiate Chapter in District . . . car wash . . . . . . college newspaper . . .editorials . . . articles must be turned in today . . . copy for this page . . . laying out the paper at wee hours of the morning . . . selling ads . . . . . . puppet show . . . debate team . . . correct pronunciation . . . . . . Methodists . . . refreshments after movie . . . . . . Fall and Winter Concerts . . . Spring Tour to Florida . . .jacksonville . . .Wind- jammers. . . Epsilon Phi Tau . . .Music. . ."A one an atwo" . . . Instruments. . . . . . Calendar of Activities . . . Red Cross Bloodmobile . . . Elections . . . New Constitution . . . Student Government Association . . .SGA. 'I SGAE Attends Mankmu I5 an Q ressxon 1 I Soulhwestem ison the move. mm nasbeen well underway. luI.lun is helnll It CUllSlihlllnIl e commmee ns Kemper smim fanny lee, Skill yn mu. Gary ,n Malay. and Work on ll!! as been nme- ll Ihe results l worth me EK- and effort gay fl, lm. me electians will be directions ofthe n slang wnth the Georgia South- llege Sluden! ssociaunn inns will be held ,. Anyone mal ns rlmning for z he new SGA, cl une ol lhe mbers- Danny Taylor, Kemllef A Payne, Alan William McKee. eresled In the vr any sludenl see one of the ,ned committee student oounul ney will be happy l in any wap fry F: Payne Plans Conce May is a busy month for the popular ,GSC musical nrganmunn, me saumwesgem Winds. Chl 'l'1l2Sd-33' 9VlTll'lEf May 1. me .vm an Banu, algo lmnwn as me stage lzand. ml: sem a program H POP mic u1 the Student Canltl' The program will begin H1 B F M,1'ne"cancert" will include such Rock uvnrnes as suburban som. mx Hamm. Summemme. and mlnl' Ufhfl' favnrlles. sandals. faculty. and all others are cordially Lnvlted ln attend There will be nu admission charge 1-hm-sdzyl May 3, marks the .1.. ,.r mn hand's spring eel: April 9-13 Council Southwestern Winds Silver Key TOPS Nine l'iAl1d TOUI' C d F ult Women ur. which will include con- Lclrvsln several school: in Will' bert On Friday. the Winds will ' gn no Momezuma lc Pfam' 3 Prvwemv UW' will 'lad mm Ln Florida ln additwn ln U12 muscal programs nn the Only- nen schools, Director H Nm Edwards. with Lhe assistance gf Lhe band. will conduct a muslr climc for the benefit ul the hugh and gumior NU' School band students Soulhwemern Wind-9 Pefslmen mcludes Flutes. Nalalyn 'Vlnsby and Melanie Buchanan. alw sam. Lynn EWR wld Don Powers. Tinor Sax: Blu Canllmnu On PID! 5 ITV, for SGA consli- - . document was lndslide vale nf n :onstitu nt Coun a Southvfeslem il is on the move project has been 5 well underway ilullon ls being he constilulm he committee is Kemper Smith Danny ue, sau :ryl Hull. Gary an Malay. and X, Work un the has been time NW- meds were lapped bl O6 S, OC Y Tllr Qludonls ww wa-rvl.1ppcd NM, Ku, g,,,u,5.,l.E., .,, me fm ,..el..bel-mp H. Silver Kc-3 Convention Wh Vlarfh 2- l N71 Varolyn Xlflilbvnm Rall Allen Charles lmn Hazel 'llrfunnell Gwen Nuke: .and Dr lxnn Frlsblm fepresemea nenrgla Snulh umernw Cnapm of mr 'N-vudenl Georgna Assoclauun nl Educators al lhe annual Sludenl CAE Representative Assembly m Columbus neorgla our vnapzer parnclpaled m con- vention with Carolyn serving on -ne Dnsplay Committee Everyone mmugm, ef-,eyed me ronvenllon and vue are Very proud of Dr Fnshle who us now Qervlng as President nl lhe advlsors ul SGAF :':4:4:.:-:-1-:Q:'1-:-::-:-ze:-'ez-.'.-.4.'.-. - '1 Veterans Club Octgner 31.197231 700 png lhe Veterans Club held Lhelr second meeting. 'mem was a seventy percent mu-use m :membership from their first Phi Beta III LOIICCI1 The 1972-73 version of "Tl Wmdjammersf' Georgia Soul western College ,au lab ban will begin playing al10:00 a n al the Georgia Sweet Pulau mum m Ocxlla sam,-.1,. November na The speaker r.3r me 0-:rasmn will beSecre!.ary uf sure Ben Forlson, no! governm- Jxmmy Carler as prevlously annuunted The Wmdyammers play mg hand yazz similar m style Lo Lhal nr me Tnmgm Show Banu The wmdlammers ln lu second year has grown to its full m. wlrumenlauon from the 7-plece combo featured last year on Inur and m me Spring comm ,--Y.-., 7 -vxJlJ Election Results TOTAL B22 STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION f.....w... .,... .,.....,, selman. and John George on sax: Tnny Edge, Sheryl Famhrough, Calhy Floyd and Don Pawel-sr on mrumpem, Tommy' Whitman. Ernest Davis, Sheila Jackson and Jlll Shaw on u-ummm, Melody Rogers, plan01 Don Stuart, bass. Mike Gray and Rnnme Gordon. percussion The Wmdjammers are dxrecled by H Nell Edwards Lambda News On November lil, al B 00 In the Student Center Conference Ruoms A and B, Phu Beta lambda Will have ILS hrsl meelllg of Lhls Schoolyear Any student enrolled m Business Curflfulum or Lnteresitd ln Busmes ns mvxlzd to attend Offlcvrs will be elected and refreshmenls will be served and Beverly Adams lroom Madison The relurnlnll members besides Miss Cooke are VICE- Presldenl Emma Walters from Amerlcus. secretary-Elmse MrCrex from Cordele. and Treasurer-Nelbenla Wrlg' from Bvrnmv-Iln Tentative nfflcers werf elected as follows Commanderxsomly Halheld Vxce Commander-Norman Walls, Secretary-Treasurer Danny Temples, sgm at Arms David Israel The adapuon ofa consllluuor orgamuuon ol Lhe club. club dues. and a sponsor for me cm, were riiscuswd. The next meeting will be hell' Novmnberr Nth A! 7'00 p.m All veterans mlerested xn the club ,. j -an f : , ,Q ' 7- ' ' I . k , 1. z 1 N " wg - gl - 1 w 1: . -"Y . -l f l , W 'P' ' if Q35 ' , . gl lu- . fxij f , Q. lif'5"!1 F 1- ' l x fvfzv ', 'i v u X W5 Qrrlfr ' ' ' gf ' 1? ' I - f , :A LW - -I mn,..r my xml Harnuqf GGfTll'TlO lwprf-,.d.1nm, fxplamen me , mm mm gualw ..r me Befq Php ..fgama:.Un, umm ls lhe mem rs Gamma Bela Phi had a reteplmn fl Thursday, Dvlober ze, nl: about mlm new members ln Lhc smaem cenm Mlss slam Kms. Presldem, mu-od ced Student Council The student C-mum of ceorgla soumwesvern College ffm at e pm ln me student Luuncnsmdenl umon guard conference room mu. Rush ww. presmmg The mu war called and me zreasurers report was read and approved .'l.w meeflnl, , R' YA? , ,r " 'Ta u are invited lo allend. The flril order of business was me mscussmn uf 2 school flax: Suggeslmnb were made and wxll be discussed al 3 later dale Kemper Smnh then gave J report nn Acuon Lmu and 53.11 lu- are xlxll In need nr ,uggeiuon PBOYPS The In-rd Hr-:fer .lr rmslm-55 me zlwfih-.mm .J mm sfnmn -,mtl xhwulxl bn' mmf-d The RACAWS Hursshoe Tournament bepn on Thursday of las! week and is continuing this week. There has been ngood tumonl of participant in the munument, ivilh about fortv airls enluimz the contest. Projeci hon By "Birds Of Featherl' Concems cal Presented by GSC Chorus Walk For posmun an me new SGA rm mn-mal and Tuesdax pr.-ml.-U.-U Tw uma nf Mankind should contact one ol the follnwmg members Danny lee. Cheryl Taylor. Kemper Smllh Larrx Payne Alan v1alny,ur Mr Wulhams McKee Anyone mleresled ln me cunshluunn or any student affalr Should 58? Une nl Lhe above menuoned cummmee members or a student cnuncxl member and they will be happy ln asssl ynu nn am' wal' n P ments May 31-f22, cw-rm sr-umrmesmern College Chnrus will present me musncal play mme nf 3 Famer," bv Jw- rzerger This .5 a m-'Sl unusual unrk. and one man 15 mfnum U- flassxlx 'r-- can 1: H musml wmfdl much n really xsw mnghl ewes Ch? IHIDIERSIUH lhal ll IS .I nmadual nvusnrzl which lv xsnll Bm U- can -v an opera --,funn furely frighten avxa3 .,erf,.rmm-E .5 3 new departure f.-f me chnmx nm me smgm ,wk vf- me num-31 :me :mv wemanell and me helm.: ,ludlenm wlll ml me game- Tm C351 .manage sufh ,mrafmers as an ff-mppus. an mnrllprmn ape and .1 nm.m.f man These fnaracu-V fi ,uppf-frm by fmall mug. ..r -mme mnpan..m5 Q-rpms milf d8Sll'9 II' bellel' lhCfTlS- .lm Walk mr Mankmu vull be Amencus A series of group walks will begm an 9 on and new walks Will be or amzed 2 no so :lm vnu fan ,om any of me walks scheduled helm,-n 'har uma 10 begun Wal ' W u lnur Concern for your fellow I Vruwliun' ll'xfv1 Hum ml. rollege parallel lu ml- men -, Ln, Artists Asso Plan Christ By Charlene umng The arh5L9 Assoflaled Club, here al GSC , ns sporsnnng a Fhnshnas sale of Student Art works The sale ls lo be held durmg Lhe week of November 2701 znrougn December lst. n-nmsooam unul500pm There wall be someone nn duty al all llmes lo mnducl the sale uf the show and alSD UJ tend L0 any Other business Ula! L5 needed There will be a Commission rr-argeu on all an work sold during the show. This charge will depend enurely upon how mush ume and money me an-us: pun mm ms or ner project 'nm charge wxll go mtv me Fund of U18 Srl BSOCIZLIUI1, In 0rdEl' to pr0VldE maltrliils to 5!udBrllS 1-5... ..-. n .n.m. 3 ef..,1...l ln uv U'KE'E5untin Holds fm samwdap. April 1, me gm In of .mm k for Y ti, 'HQ Representatlvv To bpeak At GSL :mn-day Aprn mn, Rep Oliver Oxford of lhe G3 legislature will speak m me student cemer Gallery on me mxsyuse nl Parnmennry Prudufure In !hE Ga legislature Rep om.-a .5 a resldenl uf Amerltus. wheri' he served as my au He ls presently ln hlS 5eC0nd lErm nf Lhe legxslalure The lmure ls :l"t'E, and Every 0n9 I5 Lrlvlled The GSC dr!-HPQ Club will vponsor me lecture begmmng an ' 30 Gommo Beta Phi Gamma Bela Phi r-an a reception Thursday. Ofwbff 25' mf abou' lhlrly new members rn lhl' Smdenl CenLer M155 Claire gm, president, muodlsed Muss Mary McCall, lac my mernberi dn L,m,..,, my xml Hdruuqf me-pfesldfnx L-wlvlnfd lm' .mn will uf .nv ciates mas Sale up a show wlumuz having ma pa,- for any ui the materials al all The show ls open unly m an majors and mmm ur any other student.: who are u-my an minded These Shxdenls who are enlermg the sale, should remember In pme and une lhenr work rnrm-maunn sheets and rm-m5 will be avaliable lo the Sbudenls al a laler dale Those students who are me lertsled should Contacl either - James Adams, Leila Branch, Juha Dolrs, Pal Muller, ur Reba Terry by November mn smaem and Fzwny mem. bers . who are looking for an unusual Chnsmas gms are urged Lo come and look around, we feel sure you will find what vnu are lnnlrlrw Ynr Cookout me-1 me purpose nf me may berue as an oppommm for al :U me armi and qc mgemer wmlp Joyce Haul: xecrexaru-zreasurer handled the -efresnmem aeparunem Resndes me mfm-mal Cookoul and me remnar meetings or me nun omef acuvmes m-:mae Speaker on lhe various nmulems .md mpws In me al-munum: I-ends and a possible v-em :np no an .fcfuummg lvrlenltd lrlSlIlU!l0l1 N1r Hams uma me mlm The Georgia Soulhweslern mmmnee, un me bass nl me xccounum: Club held lhenr hrs! GE! Arquanled Cook-ou! las! Fhursdax APFII ll Weldon Have-5 presxdenv uf me dur, the members m meer rvne drmmef mmrmaxh for new IWODIP lo uI'IEI'll3l8 lY'lEYl'lSE'lV!?S fompnsnmenu or me mn and Vrankll' for everyone In sum wnemwuves Phil Hlggs me- president snowed hls prnwess ,ls resudem Vook an me gel Two nursing smdenfs from Georgia Suuthweslem College allended a national Smdent Nurses Association lSNAl meeting ln Mlnneapolk. Minn May 6-10. vuitlng numefuus hospitals in the ares and receiving special lmhuctinns on a variety of topics Gedrgm Gilbrtalll of Plains and Francis Dukes ol Americus atlended me meermgs m wmcn Lhey parudpated m sessions cancermng their future careers The two reported nn uw mp al me May mn meeung of the Student Nurses Assodahnn held ln Lhe Sclenbe Annex The meeting of G Southwesfem nunirg at was lhe flrsl und! leadership ol the re elected officers for the 4 year The new SIA officers Judy Mmler-President Georgia calm-eaunflr: President Thomas Cook-Second Preidenl Libby Johnson-Corresp secretary Cor-mee Lockland-Rec Secrelary Debbie Ware-Treasure Young Journalist Note Nancy Neylans. one of the News and Fealures Edllors un The Sou'Wesler, recently earned lhe dlslmrllon and Lhe rumor of having one nr ner ar- -mxes rep.-mmea In me mama Conslllulmn leo Aikman. who has a daily mlumn oi Wllly n0l9S In lhP CAJHSIIIUKIUI1. reprmled me Young csc sophomores "Inner ln the mmf" wncemmg me cenam mea ol '-spans pager fans who upon pruchasmg a newspaper rmmedlalelx throw away everymmg except me spnrls Seflxon The letter had prevmusly been punusned m me Februarx l6!h Issue nl The 90u'We5lt' In addnuun mf- reprinting vanfys mm, Mr Alkman commmenled on the vlews and udeas whlrh she had expressed. wrnune that he agreed with her. rn a palm The Consuluuon folumnlsl added that "A newspaper, 1 axways say,lsI1ke .. deparlmenl slure snmetmng m u for everyone fvr like a calelena The menu ls laned. yuu make amrmng to xuur last? " In lhe arlltle xancy was cured as bemg "a mmmg journalist " M a member nf lhe Student newspaper rmuen manj .md Edllorl xeveral dill! served as ll as degree m Medical Rea Admnmstralion and is plam ln later allend l.hE Met College of Georgia nn Augx Woodwiriz Ensemble H Nell Edwards, dlrl?C lhe Suulhweslern Winds announced me nrgaruzabo woodwind Ensemble, This cnamber group plays sw woodwind lileratllre lm!! Baroque, Classlt, Romanu Contemporary periods, ensemble 'has B membeh includes flutes, Clarl saxnphnnes, bass and lrabass Clannels and ba: The Woodwind Ensembl performed for the Fa Wwei' Sidewalk Ar! Show. wxll be featured on Iwo nur durlnpz U19 Soulllweslern l Fall cur-mm, Monday No B Ullp m ln Jarkson Hall ' l-.11 be no charge fur me ferr This group -5 avanabl Shnrf programs and wrlzlnmenl for clubs, grnups and meezmgs P .f.f.u.mH Nellsawardir GSC mtg Student Council rmmem Kaleldoscop Fxurl leaf lhe GALE College yearbook lealures In a lemon f-.mea Kalexdoscnpe Som? Students who have Con- lrlhuled mufh toward the Lmermem ol emma scum' eslem Fnllege The lnllnwlng elghleen ,udenls have been nommaled. s a loxnl faruhy-sludenl ualnx and amaum ul servuce -le, have rendered durmg mms Choo! tear Darryl Bullmger, mn or Mr end Mfg Jack J Bollinger al 1 lamn Man Rraswell. Son of MJ' and Irs E M Braswell nl MBCDVI, Pam Bruugnmn. son ol Mr . M ws Jenn A smugnmn nl deal Pal rmmseaaugmr mmf e und Mrs Jester Dubose of umpkm. Donna Gxbbs, uaughler of MI and Mrs WC Gxbbs ol h'ig,hAm. Alan For! Son ol M! and Mrs John A Furl. Jr. of Fednrlnwn J-mn Glsehbaugner, son or - M! and M.rs John J Glsch- uaugnef or Darlmgmn. Pa . Make Hanley, son of Mrs Margaret Kelly and Donald Hartley of lmusvulle. Marian e Nommee Johnson aaugmer of Mr Nlrs Jerry U Jarmsw Helena Debra and Donna Jones. daughlers ofM.r and Mrs I T Jones. Jr . Amerlcus Debbie Kenl, daughter nl and Mrs WxlII3m Ken! -X:nErlCU5 Danny lee son of Mr Mrs Ullfford Lee of East: Kay sane,-nerd daugme N1.r and Mrs EJ Sallerfle Wmerlcus. Kemper smlm ln. san of and Vlrs K D Smllh, Jr Warner Rnbms mer,-I Tavlor aaugmel lhe Reverend and Mrs Johl Taylor of Wnodhlne, Charlene Usry. daughle mn-5 Enanne C Usry ana. me Charles D Usry 1 'ImlUlVlllP and Davxd Whltlaker . Sun uf I Mary E Cox nl Amerlfus .lne W Whlllaker nl I Hlatluhear From these elghl nommees me sludenl may 9leCl five men and five CD The wed recexvmg most v will be named Miss GALE Persons featured m prevmus Kaleldnscvpe, Lhr they may have worked as Lhls year. were not named . F h ' Phl Beta mf-se ww- lhmk meg am-'v mu- The mums mlm me posmfm mf:cSp:n1::'fLn"3l:hTvE Z um of mf- Ammnunu Club asa ,T- ai n in Aamu. Marne 1-pera mal 1: van'l be anne and lr .v mm walk me mm mffmff 'Uhr me uwmnunn of me ' fill 5""f""u"m N vmlzlmn won second place Even me composer ls hesnar-1 mum -v wwuldnl be am nm ,,,,,,ShW, and me more 'lffff' professional :wud of p.,b1.f and ,mugphlnemme P tzwwide competition in the 'H define HIS Creahon In Jean f"'NP'l9 WPI' f"'fmP'S "' mel make for local ch:-oiey Www Mmummz me proper uh' 'Maud ng: mlle eseniorsecretary comms! Berger! own words, "Whether belmlv even bnghl prnspecl ,md Project Qmcem FLES -fppllcanon ol dcmununl, ." Va" lm' ' ?,dgd,,n-ng me convention. Blras-waFeamnerw5asame,a me plax ends l-n a note .-r I-re perrenl ur the funds mlleczeg Pflnflvlvs In me Problems ue I Ill! omega .Wig other members unending the iarcew-ran helrmthe madrngzl unusny fm- the future nf uw mn go ru mdxglml pane-ms f .fre uf lace m lhe luzure as as Q F'k?a'J'l!"r"lLBW, wmenunn were Emma Hull 1-nmedymry.-lam-:her mmg,.5 Human race ld ,helomcanmdlnw when ul feemflaen rl, me present , e Q F - , 5 3 gnd Lendis Johnson, sc- lube decided by the dn-eclnr nf The program lull also mc u e need is greatest economic and bugngg ,Orme , , h . . 5'm""' B" B' mm b Mr Gasper Ma- me prmuruon In an, mm. .1 f. group f-1 English maungals Forms and hmm If WH f'5UlPl'3l'lUl15 branches ' . - - 'M-vm mt' 'gs fqmzane oi me Hamm. expresses nnperf-m-Pnamm-1 5-me by small ensembles ,ormmmn an available gl nrnnewernmenl Hvvmlnnm . 2 -N , - ' N . '1-emlenl, Rnnme mgmlmtmnuns me group ,,u,m,,,k,,,d' ,,, me em, eelemd from me mlege Campus Bookstore and al? ve I v-xplam ma: membership .5 'C W 1 - ,Q E 4, fPfG1d""- MFG' h M,-,4 w rmve as men Hwhanevef nm- Cans :rm Cm-us The mm wxll make mace Comm D DBPS S OW' 'O an S"'dE"lSPXDffSS1fw 1 4 N 1-'N 0" "J J 'mural-,dmgfmtmm Zizfmronr Di'-ny anne Berry musical, up 1-an u eemncaily vlacf In JHCKSN' HHH H' H 00 Fwxne ar GSC an 924-2111 ET "" mm' 'f'l"""' 'H Sffounlwa 'Y 7, , ' . -. Wx mm. - ' - H , .1 fvr ua, N cam 1 Y 1 ,1 .t - ,., .,., mwmnl some CNPW of PM we frfffew- fwvf wer e?:-.fW?:m?2,.f!.Q F' 'frf'2'v"'1uaf'efS,90 M . . A ..Li'.w,2l 'nV'u"f" 'O V -'am I A V e ' Flick Flndefs T- appxl for membersmp g ff ' 1 ver e onor u en s of w .Q W 1-w1...0nedafflcers.0r5eeune Dv .4 1- : I' , If i 0 xo be considered for mem- X " ,W A X rder Of The Gown fm., ee' . . a es N M b This nm-:een relurmng , . , J In me rs 10 ul fum h W d ,, 1' ,K ... ew 6111 ers eleged are 'till 535232 50111 We5t91'n ln 5 'rrmse students Chosen lor mam membm frvm a hs! of me Q F t. I N membership m Order nf the Faculty members enum mf fafulfy WND had been members allled I' F , , 1 , 1:-,wn are .many J Gr-gsby, membership are Mr Jerry C Uffllhef Ph' Kappa Pm uf Phl 0 es Iva lm-U-.cus Jeaneue D Brooks, Dr Frome w BG'-2 MPP-1 fwuvflal lwnor WH! begin lmmedm 5 I X , 5Qf.ny5r5, Leesburg hmmm. Hlggmlwmam. and Dr Jerry f"C'PUPS follows Kms address 1 X . 4 Vo el.. mermub, 'aren F r' wllnams year7suniLsparuc1pa1edm 5 1l4.m.nm,xsa51 mm, cm: In urder ul be .fngmle fm parade, :ms includes zz ml r x mnnnn 1 mencus Agnes I membershxp In lrrder el lh' h, This ls one of lar sl am ' gl A I I- mm xlham Sundra Ir Munn A swam ww be mi 'Lf,,,?:1fu'l parades lf- Gwrgl-as I ll1f'll A ,- f r 1, X- .., INA GIBBS svsn. BAXTER cnmm. NADLEHQFFER KAY sA1'rERHELn DONNA :owns X,',,,,Q,'1f,,,,,tff'If,f,Q'gv,,,E'! LQ,'Q:kf"""" 'J' Jyylafgmu M zvau pm. me .lqzz 'reidem viwhuiden, smmry -I-,emm p,,,j,C,q,,i,,,,,,, llknerlpni' Sandefur. Macon. ,.rf.-Edna: ,m,,t,,,5 Fan? 'mg' 'mg' will ! rKey mnqrswmy wiube norm Gibbs, Presidenig Mun, E B,Qf,jQf1 Q, B2fQffdQ'QgIff:' E he following new Sybil Baxter, VicePresiden!q N,mup1nwlwxlN":nE,umn, .,.,..... . . at the Honors Cheryl Nadelhnffer, secreun-ya --.,mm-.mxs-mDP!lr ne last Wednesday held al the my lnhrary xn lebhle Adkins, Pal rs. Palsy Jackson, lu. Donna Janes, Thy LMI bard. Kay l. Charlene Usry, 'wealheuspoom udenm and faculty iiosenonthebaaisof leldershlp, and are recognized for Speech And Drama The Speech and Drama club ls besl known. if known al all, lor l!'s Campus Khalil Hour program on WDEC nn Sundays al hve, Bu! also under Uris headmg is me debate team, that dedicaled group nl' high minded. over wnrlfn ' "All The News Tha!'s Fit To Print, And-'ff'--9-2'0" Nursing Students Fill students from Thg m 1- I G Turn' 001580 Sallllwuleesvxlvuflrsrrag 5:71:12 uumlm... effing fnf ul? nfl' lllldel' Ch! Albany Tn lnsl everyuung else ll ns mln would lake a number of pages, num if you are mnereszea ln being a part of nt, the meeungs are held nn me first and Ulird Monday nighfs of every month, and the Lime and locauun will be pos!-ed. Come on nut. Get involved AWS "Focus On Women" Associated Women Students The swam Unmn Board has mme .1 ag:-nn' Mondal' Anrll 9, mu wxll ride lhe llme machine hack mm mme Tha! mafhmf .nu be Vmef- Vance and the xxmenls 'Fantaslucx mag' mhcenl the greaxesl. and ,her-ve gm no be one of the best perlormme ervuvfl " are We clones lhzl have been Cu- culauea as lo me Quality of their perlonnance There :snot doubt :ham lhex w1ll take you on B perlormance rude mal will leave you gaspxng for more The Concert-Dance will present the most complete and accurate pimure ol the Golden Age nl Rock and Rell lnsxrumenlalmn. pluck precision. and good music are the ingredients they have compounded. The results are a vmulmif- almw for vnu and vuur 3 ,ef ,-n- All Women Students joe Blanton Steve Bridges Randy Coleman Dena Dingler john Drew Pat Dubose Lynn Ellis joe Fields Karen Griffin Mark Hall Kitty Harbuck Cecilia Harris Mike Hartley Larla Hatcher Sheryl Hull Susan johnson Michelle jones johnny Knowlton Bill Malone Kathy Martin Hazel McConnell Agnes McKinney Scott Mobley Bill Mock julia Moore Charlie Murray Henri Rabon Carole Saunders Keith Simon Karen Stephens Debi Ware jackie Yaughn Debra Youngblood ERS AD LE EER CH YJ N7 Danny Brewer Bobby Brown Kay Coats Sandy Flournoy Allen Fort Emmanuel Georges Nan Miller julia Moore Mike Morgan Betty Anne Scifres Alf Tuggle jan Williams Scooter Willis vs.. ' Keith Collins Laura Findlater Kathy Floyd Pam Foister Ben Hamrick Randy Herndon Sheryl Hull Susan johnson Michelle jones Sheryl Kelley Beverly McClendon Larry Patterson Linda Peacock Susan Sligar Betsy Smith Wayne Spence Patricia Taylor 4 COLLEGE CHOIR Anita Barnett Rena Canady Gail Clark Ginny Cofer Cynthia Combs Sara Dean Peggy Dees Duane Driggars Susan Earl Lynn Ellis Claire Elliston Sheryl Fambrough john George Karen Griffin Siv Hunstad Dennis Israel Rosella jarvis Gene johnson, jr. Mary johnson johnny Knowlton judy Lamberth joan Lockman Susan Luckie Ellen Maloy Ruth McNeill Marilyn Morgan Gail Murray Mary Nelson Carolyn Nobles David Osterreicher Sam Ogletree jenelsie Owens Karen Parks Nancy Parrish Delilah Pinkerton Henrietta Rabon Billy Raybon Brent Reynolds julie Rightmyer Linda Rodgers Carole Saunders William Selman jill Shaw Charles Snipes, jr. Deena Ann Stein Gail Stevenson Deborah Studstill Cheryl Taylor Deborah Wallers Donice Webb Charlene Wright Nelvenia Wright jacquelyn Yaughn Patricia Yost Debra Youngblood i Patty Davis joe Fields David Hamby Roberto Hoffner Debra jones Donna jones Hellen King Charles Murray Anne Parker Barbara Robards Rufus Thomas Martha Williams L NO PA ES L0 U RC CI N EI N7 U1 AFF ST LE GA Debbie Adkins Norris Fair Larry Fussell Donna Gibbs Don Harris Susan johnson Debra jones Donna jones Mike jordan Richard Law Griffin Lovett Marilyn Morgan Pat McCurry Kathy Page Anne Parker Delilah Pinkerton jean Sheffield Sellene Usry 1 f-ix HQ lib Bill Allen Allen j. Autry Randall Baggett Martha Bartlett Sybil Baxter Darryl Bollinger Karen Burke Pat Chuhran Patty Davis janet DeFore Pat DuBose Agnes Ernest Leonard Evans Tom Flowers Nancy Fuller Sherrie Hales Mark Hall Kittie Harbuck jackie Harrell Laurene Harrell Trisha Harter Mike Hartley Marian johnson Claire King julie Kruger Grace Ledwitch Beverly McLendon johnny Melton Nan Miller Kathy Minshew Bill Mock Larry Payne jud Rigsby Laura Ryle Dan Smith- jay Smith Donna Steadham Karen Stephens Arlene Sutton johnese Threadcraft Belle Usry Peggy Wade janet Young Patricia Zeigler PHI A ET B MA CAM IQ IQ Xl UB L C ER HP CD na. 1, i, 5 ..- 'IC ' ,W ti. Lai George Abelson Fred Bridges Butch Brown Rick Byrd Gene Dunmon Steve English Donna Gibbs Mike Griffin Cliff Hutto Mike jackson Math johnson Larry Lee Willie Mathis jack Palmer Lucy Parker junior Peeples J O Ricky Post Billy Quick Frankie Raffield jane Slappey Eddie Sosebee Ronnie Stewart Gwen Stokes Ronnie Thompson Donna Vickery Mary Louise Youmans Dr. Nemour Delaneuville Mrs. Patsy jackson Coach Frank Kaufman Dr. Marinus Kregel Coach Richard Litwhiler ,Q X. Geep Bailey Randy Coleman Danny Lee Alan Maloy Rusty Wynn Bill Youngblood Q l STS N Ho LE CERCLE FRANCAIS Margaret Arnold Hans Bertschi jimmie Daniel Page Dixon Margaret Gossett Karen Hammett Catherine Harbuck Margaret Hartlein Michael Hartley judy Lawhorne Anne Parker David Privette Waverlyn Sandefur johnese Threadcraft Belle Usry Deborah Walters S - LU, K-J gm vb.. fl 5 t 9 I S Sybil Baxter Valerie Funck Martha McNeill Nan Miller Kay Satterfield Donna Vickery ,-gr ' LS A RSH E MA ,Ai V' rd?-. . IN :N 'H 'J Robert Aldridge lack Hutwagner Mark Bartell james Bass Becky Bouse Donna Brown Dena Dingler Dave Haney Robert Hart George Hayes Siv Hunstad Brenda jackson Christopher Lawless Terry McClung Malcolm McRainey III Delores Mildner Ann Miller Mickey Petrich Hal Posey, jr. W.E. Seibert Perry Cain Rick Davis Pat Dubose julie Giles Glenn Hester Donnie Milton Gail Murray Nancy Neylans Forrest Roberts Patti Smith Shanna Story Norman Waits Lanette Whitaker Regina Woodall RESIDENCE ADVISORY COUNCIL ..--' Steve Anderson Paul Broughton john Caldwell Andrew Garrett Mark Hall Mike Hudgins Rock Hunt Dennis Israel Ricky jernigan Skip johnson jeff Kerr Danny Lee David Lengel joe Rios Philip Singleton Kemp Smith . ,p X ,.,.-I Rusty Barton Buddy Brake Gene Bryson Charlie Carter Duane Driggers Leonard Evans Allen Fort Dale Hayes Robert Hoffner joe Rios Curt Spikes Billy Weldon UB L C ER CC O 3 s 6 FF STA ER ST SOU' WE Rusty Barton David Carter john Gishbaugher Emily johnson Libby johnson Marian johnson Sue jones Nancy Kitchens Griffin Lovett Nancy Neylans Larry Payne Charles Pitts jim Summerlin Chris Thibodeau Regina Woodall All X ga. 7'v"".. tr ' Dennis Avera Paul Broughton Gail Clark Debbie Dasher Ernie Davis Tony Edge Lynn Eunice Sheryl Fambrough Cathy Floyd john George Ronnie Gordan Mike Gray Mike Hagins Martha Harrison Bill Helms David Hill T -' Erin Hoyt Sheila jackson Marley McLaughlin Natalyn Mosby Tim Mustin Don Oliver Erin O'Neal Don Powers Linda Rodgers Melody Rogers Lila Sams Bill Selman Bob Sharpless jill Shaw Don Stuart Tommy Whitman ,. S ESTERN WIND W TH OU 8 S 7 SPEECH AND DRAMA CLUB 238 1 , .J , Q? . , 51'-LA gy' ' , H- 3 fg ,A fig' ' 4 g 1 'g,.f N lx: , ,L al, yu: wr T17 lv ,I 1 - fr' ' . 3'- A 5 A Becky Bouse Carolyn Cheatham Emily johnson jose Larraz Sarah Morgan Brent Reynolds Larry Smith Norman Waits Vw! 1 vi -M8584 " .x lb Geep Bailey Sybil Baxter jan Buchanan Rena Canady Randy Coleman Marvlyn Corbin Gary Dorough Anne Easterlin Lynn Ellis Robert Flowers Valerie Funck Sheryl Hull Skip johnson Danny Lee Alan Maloy Pat Miller Larry Payne Kemp Smith Robert Vick Linda Westbrook Rusty Wynn UNCIL NT CO E D U ST IN-J Lf-I SO RD UNION BDA NT E D U ST Nl A C Gary Blizzard Darryl Bollinger Randy Coleman Marvlyn Corbin Rebecca Cromer Gene Dews Donna Gibbs Billy Harper Susan johnson Debbie Kent johnny Knowlton Donna Lique Cyndy Mills Anne Parker Kay Satterfield Kemp Smith Tommy Whitman I J-1 Susan Cannon Philip Carter Luanne Childres janice Coleman Donna Colquitt john Crowder Gary Dorough Debra Fennell Valerie Gresham Sheryl Hull Agnes McKinney Nan Miller Cyndy Mills Ann Newell Patricia Sercer LeeAnn Skinner Woody Roberts 5-... 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Muscular Dys . trophy Drive. . . sent child to Camp Safety Patrol . . . Province Scholarship Award . . . Homecoming Queen red carnations . . . Iyre . . . Honorable Mention SUB Christmas Windows . . . . . . Deltas Sickle Cell Anemia Drive . . . Red and White Ball . . . Pledge Social . . . Pledge Dance . . . Turkey Raffle . . .jersey Day . . . Pilgrimage Club Initiation . . . . . . Softball Champs . . . Greek Week Champs . . . Scholar ' ship Trophy . . . KD's . . . Easter Egg Hunt for Greeks . . .Cancer Drive . . .Walkfor Mankind . . . white rose United Givers telethon . . .AOT. . .Queen of Hearts candidate. . .jersey Day. . . . . .AEKDB Cancer Drive . . .Walk for Mankind . . . All-Sports Trophy . . . Academic Trophy. . . March of Dimes . . . Basket ball Champs . . . Softball Champs . . . Greek Week Champs . . . Bloodmobile . . . Putt Putt Golf Champs . . .colonization . . . March 25, 1973 . . . Morgan Hall . . . Lambda Chis . . . car wash and wax . . . played softball with Training Center . . .white rose . . . visited Magnolia Manor . . . . . . raiders . . .College Bowl Champs. . . red rose . . . Hump Parties . . .P.l. Party. . .Star and Lamp . . . Little Sister Appre ciation Week . . .Taylor Street . . . Rose Ball . . . River Party . . . Open House . . . Pi Kapps . . . Pi Kapps . . . Reverse Beauty Pageant . . . helped brothers . . . Star and Lamp Kappa Sigs . . . helped brothers . . . . . . brotherhood . . . Sigma Chis . . .white cross . . . Golf Cham pions . . . Sorority Social . . . Homecoming Party . . . First Annual Derby Week . . . Little Sigmas . . . IFC Football Champs . . . . . . Homecoming Standards Trophy . . . Scholarship Award . . . sent child to Camp Safety Patrol . . . Themis . . . fruit basket to Magnolia Manor on Thanksgiving . . . Zetas . . . third birthday party . . .white violets . . . Honorable Mention SUB Christmas Windows . . . Silver Crown . . . Sigma Chi Darling Derby . . .Teacher Appreciation Day. . . Kappa Delta Award to Zeta Nan Miller. speelal dates lno daleasl. mef W AN, m ependenu ln the flnal gal If DUfTlTeI' LOUDTY Is Pledge Z.T.A. mmmmmmvmmm ll Alpha summer County girls .eluded They were' Davis. a Medlcnl zgy major, daughter ol I Mrs. Han'y Davis. Vuke, daughter ol Mr . lewls Duke, Michelle aughlerofMr and Mus R Jones ol Leslie, and and Mrs. daughter of Mr. and MIS. Robert E, Johnson of AMW. .Ieanie Riley ln Arl, dmlghltf of Mr and Mrs, J. G. RBPY of Macon. Marianne sln.n...ns. daughter of Mr. and Mus. Wallis Slmmons ul West Point. Ponnle Tlllman in Early Chlldhwd Development, dmlghler of Mr. Harrison Tillrnln of - - me Valdosta, and Cathy Wynne- mwmHwmwWmM ,am of ml... daughter of Mr and Mrs. l were Claire Finney, a Robert C Wynne of H3"km' student, daughter 0: svllle M , I ' Flnney n ge.riloy'r?:EHawk, an Monday nlghlLheS0!lfl5""'9 ng major. daughter df pledged at a very lmvrfsslvf -gll Hawk and the lale service .po Delta rx ann zapp.. neue slsle ,nad ....e ..f melr lmllqe-sl past ..n..al dane.. nl lhe .ls ..l lhr pear one ...ern ...ln .-... A lose Fnrmal The d ... the Ballroom Hotel ... Albam :one will have I0 .lgree reel. Week was ver. lll..s.ear,e-speelalll 1... ree ser..r.l.es cone was in P1059 lhal ln I break a Il way lle, Kwrl lmes were added ll was .ae ll... the KD's edged 'nough ln nl... lhe Greek rophl' loseness ln competlllnn over lntn the area oi :hlp The Kappa Della's e Z'l'A's hed for lhc Scholarship Award' The el that good schularshlp .rnporlanl and hope mal the Greeks at South- wlll Canllnue In work l athlevemenl ln lhal atulatlons gn ln Valerie who was selected Mnsl ding Greek Woman of r Also ln Debble Kent pa Della sewer dl lhe nd Debble Richardson lee df me Year Kalhl Eceived lhe award fnr Pledge Pfnlect vVrlman'S lnlrznlural l Cnrnpellup.. earne l.. lednesday .n me playnll the undefeated Kappa Bm and the undefealed ienls ll was an ex- am? and bolh learns .ell Tnengl. the game .ve easily gone elmer KD's pulled ahead ln 'llh lnnlng and wnn the ra: Trophy 1... .ma sdal nlgn. me slslera edges had an "A- lTl0N Supper" for our cr.. Derby weel. . Mike Collier, Lee ld Rlcky Haugabook, Super Sigma Pledge tin and the Sigma Chl Chairman. John y. A big lhanlu lo all nl hllalions go to Pledges nxt and Julie Right- n are now lnltules tn pp: Phi Llttle Slsiers le Gffitvrs of lhe KD las They are- Susan i. President: Julie 'r.V Presldenl, Patty erelary. Alle-la Wood. 1 very proud nl the lLu's whn were elected escape and Marshals lu 7 . U. . 1, EX WEEK F illSleV! was crowned Mlu .-l.er.l Tal l... and rlemne Ke... lql.l,a,1e5.-..p.- l'l.er.lTa,-ldr, llvbble Kenl Allvnl Wllrxl and Illlle Rlghlnller Marshals .l me lnanxs en ....l l.- the ...en.bera .lllhe KSFPH Slew Fralernlll lnr lhe Snclal lhep ea.-e We reall. .-...eyed .l We ala. appree-.ated dl.. .... ..lal..... ... .ne Knad Parll last Meek We had ll Hood lim? lcnam' Pi Kappa Phi Sprlnl: Quarter ls now well .nldernal al los Taylor slree. ll..r..e nl .ne P. Rapp Ra.ders' Yell nlllcers were mstalled last Xlnrlda nlghl and were Arthon fiddle Ward Warden Duane llrllaliers Hlslorlan nanny llren-er and rl.apla.n J.r..n.. Vlegg Heleded alflrers were Vreasurer Allen Fort and seerelar. All 1'..eele We reel ln... all ol lne... are .-apaple ol rlolne .l urea: lab :und are l....lnne reward l.. e. eded llnarler mu. ll..-.r leaderslnp llur softball lealll wllh Vuarh Xllke Hall al lhe helm has slarled all me seaadr. nan. lwe. ..el..r.es men was r..gl.l.gr.led .1-.ln .ne an...lal.en nl Kappa Nlgmn Fralernlll I1-0 Knads 'YH l edged pas! us last week llllh .4 Scare nl' 85 Fongralulatlons In Brother VI.4rk Sllgar for hem: Iavarlled ln Rebecca Nelzhbors Kappa Sigma Thanks leo to nur Farultl Advlsor Mr Jerry Pllls. for Supplylnk H5 Wllh a case DY Wine las! Thursday whlch made our wlne-tastlng snnlal a fan. lastlcally successful even! There are several Kappa 5lE'5 lhal deserve congratlllallons Flrst larry Payne has been elected presldenl ol the Gamma Beta Ph: honorary society Cnngralulaunns also go for the Iavallertng of Ru-hard Mooney and Kathy Rnson Oh yes, we n.usu.'z forget Lo enngrat..1.a.e 'vlar.e.. Shaw wr... reall.. deserves his "Best Male Greasef' award which he wnn al the Vlnce, Vance and the Vallanls dance All the Kappa s.g'e looking forward lo Aprll Z7 'LB which are the dates sel the annual sprlng formal 'Black and White" al Amerlcus Country Club .lur Iuau at lake Rlacksh These evenls wlll be lol ' all wllh otlr annual Pan .-e.., .a..,.. ..., .. ' 4 "ai .,v Q . , rlrxl I-up: lu x.,l ll Omega Acuen was the name nl V-he game lor Alpha Chl's last month and Uus month We were all proud nl slsters Susan Sllgar and Gall 0'NeaI for placlng lst and 3rd ln the Halloween Costume Cnnlesl. Susan was altlred as "Death" ad Gall was the llltle "Morton Salt GUI" We had our llngers crossed. and ndpe lhal everyone dld o K nn lhelr Mld-Terms flnr edngramlauuns sues lo Susan Sllgar fnr belng selected as n new P. Kappa Pr.. l,.tue Slster And speaklnla ol Pl Kapps, that really was a Ereal Snvlal, we all enjoyed the good food and lhe songs Alpha Chl's dlsplayed a great show nl splrll as may almlwrlfd the 'Canes al me Blue ll. Gold .tame We urge everyone ld support me 'Canes .l..d..g,l.d..l lhls year Cnngratulations ld snardn Marker! lnr reee.v.r.g the Maple leaf Award Sharon was ...lr er.apter'a a.rl ol me Month We send oul 3 sperlal .-.lngralnlallons lp our new 'Hrrvthers ol Hermes", UW! are Mark Sllgar, David Harlslleld, George Howell. ...nn c....l...e, Mlke Jnekspn. .l.n. Ras., luke Sell. Terry Illglcfsbl, Bllly Harper. l-'rod nlrd, alll Moll, .ll Ullwvll- xl'.l..- rlnlesbee. n....n sulnrord l4..l. ll..-r rllarwn lzlerlnn. Iltlrrx n.....1en. .l..l... llr--w wh H,,w.,e nor. ne-.l.f..l.el.l, lll.-.. s....ll. .llarlle ll..rre.. .mul Marlllrl ,shall l'lw:.e Nlvll :ure lurl sp:-l lzll lf ......nl no are pr.....l ..l mr... ..ll Wlf :lre llluklnu l0rn.lrll ll- lhl' ,,,,,.,......e .nn ..l ....r new x1,1l.m3l lnlleglfllr Flrlr Mlvlsur. Jody FOX Slnre ll's Tharlksglvlng al Alpha Chl S are thankful lor oul new Brothers of Hermes" am the true Slslerhuod ol oul sorllrlly Alpha cl.. w.anea everyone . Happy 1'r.a..kse.v.ng dr.v. carefully. and dnn't eal Lo. murh lurkey"' Delta Sigma The-ta The sorors ai Della Slgma Theta Sororlty has dlosen to mark nn Slslerhood for their project lhls quarter We have .llso rteclded lo sponsor certaln zrtlvllles to ralse munev The rlellas w.ll not be navlng a Sprlng I.me Lhls quarter All :WIS who are IHIEYESKHI In pledglnll Della thls comlng Fall Quarter should Canlarl lhe presldenl Shlrlene Cooke Pl' Rox 375 The hlu atlrzcuon lor the llellas ls the Nallunal Fnn- venlwn The Convenllun will be held ln Atlanta. Geargla. at the Regents during the laller parl .lf August 'Dle delegate chosen l.. renresenl Theta Slgma was lf, around June 6, yvu watch closeely and quldtly enough, youwil beablelaseeafluhof purple Ind gold as the lambda - 1 1x.lIklIll.lYlC' Lumnuu sm Alpna """"' "5 Stllzslook mlldhycomprls The Kappa Slgs were very . .lrememberlhltlhnvn honored last week to have type Ill! mm lhls article Bobby Rlchardson. ex-New mday. So. later . . . u York Yankee second baseman. last week a blrthday part was held ln honor of th fralemliy house The House ha We W4 'Wm' fo' I "C"1""- nu. as a gneal alenr nense Bobby la been a une urdmer ld au Gm We have enjoyed many good - e--- - L------I e--- - were Ewen ,D me house In al limes We Svflw end 'W pree.al..... lar Uwe shelter a.. 'Hemel mlfw 'Nw WW for me napplneae, wmn.. an flvwmw- AS 'P 'FW' fo' UN.. I w.u.....l .ls bounds The Housl S""""'F We 'J' 'W' Us mm , l ' , .f zhle to talk, bould tell sd... megillgrf of SPM! W IIS' 'U l 7 very emnng tales Th UH , We remember cnlonlntlun 3 'A I . Ezfizihave aww' me place softball games. knms, parties A ' l ' . hanglng of the lambda Chl slg- n, the softball game and weekend at Mercer. our fins! Initiation the treelng and lavolorlne or Terry Blnllston and Molar Corbin, Rick Davis and .loan Williams, Jay Collet and Kitty Hlrbuck Also, Ute pre-engagement of Joe Blanton and Val Harbuck May 6. 1971! al bu Omega Chapin' ol lambda Chi Alpha at Mercer, when we mluated Richard L. Divls Ind Emi! G Dyal, Jr. Bill Harlul Ind Richard Kenmore Alvxptlng blds fro Lambda Chl Alpha and becoming mu' newest Luaclate members Euler with l VB!! lo the Sumter County Trllnlng Center and s vhlt from the Easter bunny of Alpha Chl Omega Sarorlty A our wash and two diesel rigs. Really appreciated lhme dlnels, fellas! Thanh' And visits to Magnolia Manor and meeting so many lnteresting Pwvlv GREEK WEEK and A rhlrio! Dial d.id.n'L The laul e of defeat but with the sheer, exhlllration of knowing you tried. Greels we are here.. We are not number one . yet. We are numbu- four. We have lo try hlrdler. a snake dropping ln fur a vm! and belng lwlkencd at Biwlnlhemomtngwiththecry of 'lGet Up There ls s snake on the roof," Why dld l have to get up because there was s snake an the roi? I dld.n'l cite il he was up there Hell, he cuuld have stayed on the roof for all I cared Especlally lfler he mme down I am not scared ol snakes l just have a healthy rcpectful attitude of deference towards reptiles I am pelrtfied wllh fear whenever l I see one A Spring Fllng Carneval and Terry Bankslnn walking around with u blue hlppoplomlm wllh pink ears mot In be con- fused Wilh hlsdate He Ion the NWO ' rrnd term lectures on grades and Happy btnhday Johnny and Cralg A swimmlng party glven byy Joe Blanton and Val Harbuck And e girl Whn bought Z5 pieces ol bubble gum lor every Lambda Chl softball game lo piss out to Ure players Our Brothers and the feel- .ng of sreuernpdd wnper. we F have created And Ute Alphn Chl Omegas, The Kappa Deltas and The Zeta Tau Alpnea vnu. their gms and senhmenls to us an ...lr mldnlmuon We love yn.. all ll you ever want tu divide Lambda rn., ...dn have already conqueredl just uk us to chose belween you AN lrllernal War would develope which would make the War Between the - 811 1 Also , a soclal was given o Halloween nlghl The attire fo ll 4 Pe , H .1 H ,. , Illklm, l shew.. above are ...e...be.a of Delta s.g....a Theta serdragy d..r...g .l.e.. eampaag.. lp .-...ae ...dney rd. me Sickle Cell ....e...... drne. the evenlng was costume costumes ranglng lrum A Capone Lo Ragdnlls Prize were given lor the bes COS!llmES Special reepgnlzld.. ls glven 1. Larry Payne, of Cordele, wh: 'las become a pledge of Lhl Kappa Slgma Fralemlly Also -engralnlalldns gn ld pu. Pi Kappa Phi Zeta Tau Alpna We recently held a sorority soflal, whlch Canslsled nl a ltsh dinner and Bn Sllempl by some .ll the brothers tu cn- lerualn our guests We hope- .rvery....e .-...pred .1 because we ee..a.r.ly had an e...r..alele evenlng. Now lhal the lnlrimuriil foalball season ls nver, we ar? Iuoklnll forward ln tht' IFF playnffs ln the College Bowl we are dnlne very well our learn .a Allen Fort Ernle Reeve, Robby Brown, and leam Caplalrl Blll Youngblood The Pl Kapps just recenlly ed.. ll.e.r second vlctorv by defeating Clvllan 130 Qu Thelr nelrl game will be agzlnst the Sou'wesler staff uld llke ln ellend our to Alan Malay for Who's Hall lor member We wa nul our We We are proud to announce that we nndaled s g1.rls lm w- eek, They were great Pledges, sn we know they w1ll be even greater Slstus They were Belsy Duke, Miclzle Jones, Susan Johnson, Msrlunne Slmmons, Clalre Flnney. Jeame Rlley.Joyce Hawk, and Cathy - Wynn Cong.-atlllntlpns Slslers" we are also proud of en. e Slsters who were honored retenlly Thme eleded Ln Kalledoscope were Donna Jones. Debra Jones, and Donna Glbhs Those elevled lo Marsh- alls were Kay Saflerfleld and Sybll Baxter And lhose lapped lntlo Sllver Key were Kay Satterfield, Dehble Adklns, appa Delta nclude 4 Loc are Debra Jones, and Donna we would like ul congr Our Zeus and all Lhtn were so honored" Our Alumnae Club g delightful party for us ll! at our meeting They ser all kinds of goodies' They do a great job and the lalnly do la great deal for are really proud and lhar have Slleh Bn active andl Alumnae Club We had z great Llme . Beach Tnp Everybvd burned and now every peellng, but ll was wol canw wa.: ull ,.e..l year went lo msn everyone l...ex dn finals and Ceng. graduatlng Senlols' I-'ledges al Girls at l..ule,da..el.ler..l nl. an-l nl Waller I' Ivlllle. find .Iv wade, da..er.ler..f Mr ar... ll l-lnward wade Other ...-n pledge. ar. l..n.r .l....gr..er ..l xl Arthur D l.4llx fall., spnne quarter nas really been al lun bul hecllt rlne lnr Ule Slslers and Pledges uf Alphil fhl Omega We are very proud ol winnlng the snpna Ch. Derby Week Tlna was eerla...ly a we-el. df fn.. for all ul us We would like lo rnneralnlale a zT1l, .leannle Hneyl f... w.nn.ng the MN narnne Derby Contest The wwk nl Greek Week was alsn' a Int of lun for us Alpha rnrs The wrnpellunn was surf. but .l was enldyed by all .'.-ngralnlallnrls lo the KD's lor wlnmng Cnngratulaunrts als!- .... ...ll to valer.e Flnlex lnr reee.v.ne the honor .ll Greek l Woman , , ' g . - V " 'f' "K V- ". Our Pledges eerlq...ly gave .te - A N , . , . ..g- 5. - -34-. L 1 .. a..rpr.ae Mnnday n.gl.l We .-Q31-'V-nj '- ' . . . . kj- , - mel up on the Floor, but were L: JJ- 'Q' L ., ,M 1 I., ' .,4. ....ln ...ld-.. dew.. .nlrdnlnllne - . , - -', -- ' L - -if-ef der... Il l was nere um plllow . -' - -1 Vases were placed I-ver our Pu-ads and we vlere llned up lrl snlele me and marched all ....er eanlpns We were then returned lu the floor and served Coke and e-.lpeakea Some ume dnrlng the .lay l-ach :lsler had some valuable .l..r Pedges eerlalnl. gave .la .. s..rpr.ae M..r.da. ...eln We mel up nn me nom, bu: were t.-nn taken dovln .n front .ll the dnrn. Il was nere that plllnw .-ases were placed over nur heads and we were lined up ln alngle me and marched all over earnpna We were then renlrned ?HFFfw'a .y, 1 GSC FRATERNITY MEMBERS HAVE SNOWBA Kappa Delta News Tnday .5 Kappa Della Teacher Appree.al.er. Day Tl.e sornrlll along wllh other sludenls ......ld l.l.e lo ewlend ...lr appreelvalnln l.. the leaeners ldr men l.n.e and eller. .r. helplne ns get .. better ,n......,. ... ll.. nd... and served coke and ' ' ' "' pcakes Some umedurlng the 5.2, eae.. aa... had an... Dasher Breaks valnaple arnele uxen frnrn he room These arucles wer The Ice In auendned pn Lhe the lxshef hldder, of course. cal: gn . managed ln gel her speeu -gf:'lI1IS amele mel. ms was realll H 'H lnl ol lun" We hope the Pledges enjoyed lt as much as we Slslers Tn the Pledges we Sigma Chi larnlnernedd dal was nel ' Sundav, me lzu. ll began w. and later r.av.ne a .lean-ll ar......d me r...er....y l.e..ae The Slgs are proud to a nounce the wlnnlng ol the l F C Golf Tournament Fuolhal n ledl....g lorward l.. me .. enrnlne basketball aeaae.. l..a...e .Le sweelnearl Ball al ll. n..nr.lew..e. ... Alban, Dvrember Z The Brolhrrs ar' r.-ally loeklne lurward ... u.. llulflilndlflg EVEN! Tnl- llule s.er..aa are really lht' lrnl.-rnlll ....ln ln.. lable- ..l...nl. wlll bv used ... ll..r r.....se- 'l'l..- wma Cl.. pl.-.lee-. nl.-..l. l.l..- l.. ll.....l. ,...-r,...... 1... l..-lynne ln.-... na... .. N... . .-alnl ln.. rlwp eel.. Lambda Chi Installed l ...l..... ... l.....l..l.. .n. Xlph.. ....e..ll.. ...ll. ...e-,.ll.... ... llvllrlgm Mllllhwrslvrrl .ln Xl.lV.Vl ffl lVT'l bl rho' lvl.: 1-....-e.. .'r...r...'r rr..... wr..-r l'......rs.. l Ulu' lllrll lnlllnlvll Lh ' the b....r.e.s anend.np the I-'lra na.-.l.al Cr...rer. ... me mernlng .hen emne together lu ea. l..r.el. season ls about over, S0 we'rc P' The rraler...n. has deemed le. e . Q d......- .. r....- ...ll Tl..-l presenl.-.l 5 l Kappa The Kappds mga closed ...ll me ,-ar ...ln .... explend.. ll Seenlrd We jldllefl out 3 lIlll6' sn... dl .ne l.ee.n...n.4 .ll ....e ,ee .ar l...l ... ,nal we pu'l.3d r. n l-. .l..l.l. .- . .. ,L I.- Kappa Delta sp.-r...l .'....er.....lal.d..a nf UUl'1lLh1'lhrlw Kllx lnl'0lI'8I'l ll 'ne was 1: sr' Paneanl Debr. Pea.. new ......ned we .:.a.re.a s....ll....-alern Fnllege llall Xlelvnwun was awarded r......er-.lp ,.n.l l'..le.r.f Panel. nas .l...ee.. xng. .'..nnen.al.ll Kappa Della le ver. pr.....l .lr lrnrae ladlea' lp... r.-l......ne rm... Qprmp aff mon lR.l .u lovely lullve ol Greek Week Thnnday . ... 3 K J. le plgeant lhlch hlghllghted the week set ulde lex Including all Irllemlttes and somrltlu on the onthweslern Campus. Mln Stevenson, dnughler ll Mn. John T. Stevenson Jr., chose l selection lwlrd winning productlon, "Cabaret", for the' rtlou al the competition. Allcla Wood, lLl 1 e lnm Columbus vu el pageant. Ilnt runner' lp lathe Mill ELECTION RESULTS Mrs. lpa K,u.lEDoscoPE MEN: Alan Bl-aswell na News Mm ,M . Danny Lge lppa Slgs keep ov . nies' lzsl week Ihr K"1'P" S"""' rd rushees ....ln . W'--1 Whluker lr supper, The partj WOMEN: step toward creatinl Donna Gibbs l among the nlshee: Dehn Jones at the Hallowe'e Donna! larty were: lsl.PlaC1 , 'mu pin and sen. Hlck: D"'b'f KIM 9-Kemper Smith an 0"f!"TiYlor llltnl, 3rd PlucbNm and Dflgfi Wise. CAMPUS Home QVZHEC r:Zp':'ig Ruben Flowers l it has len a mal WY Huw ents. Engaged al Jvhllfly Knnwlton law In Donna June Alan Malay :ack loSue Bryan, al Kemp, gmim :cock to Cheryl Pe alms wmm lp-amlale nur loolhn I-"YY PWM 'gg COLLEGE MARSHAI.: , , e Rebels usol. Al sY"","""" Debbie Kent rnlty recllgnlzes l hnlldals the Klk were realll mn. prep..r....e f.-r ...e ..lr.e.e.l llsll nladv hx the flelrl seerelsrl rn... c:e.sl..e ma .-.sn .s made lu earn enapler ...nnalll lor me purpose ..f evzluilllon Lesllv Newherrl and 'Slarlha ?VlCNelI were ln rharge of hnspllallly and realll d.d a ereal .eb an me nram day df renva vlan she enleyed Iunth sol Marlha NICNell'S house Tnelasl r..gr.l .nclnded a banqllel ln the Bamboo Room ol Georges Restaurant which was rngnllgnled by the presenlammn olz teddy bear KD's mascot. to Pony To the dellght ol each KD. C.-.ny said "Dena Phi has really ed. .l all ldgelher " The Kappa Deltas pul a lol uf hard work ln... and got a le. dl Inn dnl nl lhose few days T'he oss really enpyed lhe Panhellenlc Social last Wed- nesday and hope lhat other such acuvltles wlll be plannedin the future to keep up the Greek sn.r.. Zeta Tau Alpha News AMERICUS, GA.A Three 'oeds were recenlly ntu Zeta Tau Alpha sorority at Zeorgia Southwestern College. and seven became pledge: ln :eremunies conducted ln Calvary Episcopal Church, Americlm. 11H.hs-EIB Alphl Chilli!!- The New sisters ure: Anne Fouche. Daughter of M- r. and Mrs. .lullan E, Fouclle. of Dam-1 S-e-n 4--eller Slgma wel. me aeademle lrnpny fer the slxlh slralgnl ,ear lcenl. pl,eppar.l nes l..,....ref an me meek Panq...-l ln heme le..-.1 mo.. . ...able nr.-el. L.. Rapp.. llellne ...sn ... ....nr..l..l..-.- ale.l.e lan .p.....l....... ..r. ner re-.e-nl .-r..l..ee.......l llnpp.-r l'r.....r. ,. l.....b.1.. Ph. npr... .ll 41.-ora... l...-r. me were are elad ... na... Xl.lrl I lnn 5lel'EI'lsllI'l bath lhli ....mer me a..e..de.l l..pn.-n l'1llt'PrSIll IelSl Qtlafler me nel. dll..-er: are rusllll J..lnu:llgoor1 ...ln ...nl .ne nr...le .r...p.er .s l.e.k...n rf...-ar.: ... ..r. Alpha Chi l,IIlPgi'l me Epalldn P. .'l.ap.er d Xlpha Pl.. rrnneea .5 really hnvlnli za husl quarter 1-nr Fhapter .S real ewene. and proud al Wlnrllmi lhe l97 Nplrll Award TTNS honor 'AHB presented tn us al the Vinci Yanre :md The Vallanls Fnnrerl Uur llrsl soithall game was held nn wednesday Aprll ll wllh Alpha Chl vs me Snul Slsters Thanks, gurls, you playeftagood game Good Luck ... ...... ... .ne ednllng games' The weekend nl Aprll 7-0 was epenl al our Pruvmce Dlstrlrl .lleetlne al Knoxvllle Ten- nesee Hur Chapter was well represented by some ol our officers Jane House. our presldenl gave a short speech to lhe group telling some ol our arxlvllles For the year We are .llso verv Droud ol our Chapter wmrllng the Scholarshlp Award .ll lhls dlstrlct meeting as lt lncludes all Alpha Chl Glaplers ln Dlslrlct l'V The GIRIS AT'TFfNDl'NG THE MEETING IN Knoxville were Edith Bickley. Jane House Wand: Rnbltz. Karen Fursllng. Janlce Hutchinson. Palrlela Henson. Susan Sllgar and l.vnn Underwood We would l.ke lo mngrallllale the lambda Chl Alpha nn lhelr rnlonizatlon lt's nice to have some new Greek brothers We know Lhsl you wlll be a gent asset to our campus, 1Tle Alpha Oli Pledges would llke lo thank everyone lhal helped to make their holdrg sale a Success A ial thanks Sig Chi News Slgma Chl's have been busy me past few weeks ....ul ....r rr.rn.....n.l. wdrl. days A pdrndn nr the .nnney reeelved fren. thus preleel w.ll ea ld Slgma f'hl's Wallace- Vlallage. 3 li..ap.lal fer mra.n-damaged vhlldren located In Hroomfleld. fxolorado Plans are belnli made for l'T1O slgma Urns e.nr...al Sweetheart Ball. la be held Defember 'lnd The slgs are looking forward l.. paruclpatlne ln the lnlra.-....ral lodlball playelfs The nral game w.ll be played Wednesday agalnst the Knads Tuesday ...gm wlll gel me warg into lhe Ioolball splrll with 3 bo flre 5... pledge. 'ure busy w.ll. their frloney-maklng pl'o1eCLs The sen of " .ferulleate rmm Klnnebrew s. or the Casual. was wnn by Wllllam Barfleld from Dawson The Llllle Slgma'5 reparl a successful Bake Sale They have heesn busy nelplng wlth parues and decoratlng for the Halloween Party whleh wa! held October Nth EVBVYUW had a green ume brlnzlfls W me Sigma cl.. sp..-il First prlz. was won by Baby Huey, alms Bl Ban-ls. and second Place by Gerladlne, usually known 35 Brother Don Bohn Third plate was captured by John Glidden as the Godlather, who made an offer the ludges cuuldn't resist. Recently. Slgmn Chl belnme a part of hlstury, when Brother John Young lGeorgla Tech '52l carried Lhe Slgma Chi badge and nag la me rrledr. He donated lhzm lo the Slgrna Chl Museum whlch ls located at Evanston, lllinols Zeta Tau Alpha Zela'sare raud a P lo nnounce four new slsters who have been asked Lo jam the membership of SWG' KC! They are Msrvlyn Curbln, Rebecca Cromer Cyndy Mills, and Anne Parker Also we are proud of our two advisors. Dr. Iris Argo and Mrs, Vivian Schild an being selected for this honor, Zeta men Robert Flowers and Bill Blnrleveld were asked lojoln Gold Key, We wlsh to express our congratulations Io these and the nlhers chosen for thls honor. We would like ta u.a..x Pl Kappa Phi fraternit for STUDENTS HAD FUN APLE NTY TOS Them Alpha Chi O Sigma News Alter an organlzallpn pernld last year. Theta slgr Cnapler or Della s.g.r.a Thu snrdrlly aeerna deauned ind nr.enl l..l..re at Gedrela sont.. wealer.. fullege, w.ll. lh number ol members lncreaslnl 250 percent d..r.ng fau quarter wnn only lour members dl lne wrnnly reulrnlng uns year, a membership drive wa: ..rgan.zed, and len .auracllvf ......ne ladles were reer...led "'l"hls ls really the llrsl war that wl' can Call ourselves al w..rl....e nrganlzalleny' aan' rnaplrr pr.-a.denl slnrlene c'....l.e ..l Anlerlcus 'We spenl rndsl ..l last years tlme peed.n.ne lnr...l.ar w.u. Della Sigma Theta .....-selves, bnl uns .ear we w.ll be apendme more llmr towards our goals of r......n.....ly aerv.ee and me br...l.er. ,mtl Pledges na p. ll.. ..el...r..ea .er.r...d. r... l. lm... tprlne ....e.r.e. w. .re l..dk.nl fer nard ... a l... ..l fun ... the Sun x...r.per ..... .nd ln.. adllball l.-..r..Q na... pee.. p.ael.e.n., and .re nnplne Inf . good aeasdn . ... .al..la...... Q. Hamer and ne.. H.mr.el. and a mal rw! wl rzllllrlllrmi ln -VID? . Kappa Slgma P .1 p NIl.lll l'r llrernlll .n.. rn l ...l rn.. ... rlrr e rs .. rr ...sullen rl. ......er ..ell freer. snl. . ... n..r. pn. dnl e ...ae...f.e.e.. .. ... rnal.. 'HDPE Mun.. me number fralernlll al ln. number wheel The new ..n.. era rdr l n r. ..pe......ne dneol rear ...ll .rand male. lull. Harpe- - rand Pf.r..re....r Neal l-le. .an .rand laeler lel'?IlllnlPs Nl rar... serme Fred Tarp... war... rreaanrer ner... lklntblnll lllliir S, .HB .nappel and upper. rldnera me ....l.a...... ....S earned fl.. . q..l.rl.-r bln ll... ...rm nenepaper .............-e-...... ... .l. new hrdlnere lm nn. pee ....de l'r.f..e ...n nrnlner ...-re nn. ned.nel.el.l fl... Nlfpheriun . l'f K e.. Paenen n s err. J.. l Pi Kappa Phi f e , nl l-. ' p . ' X ,, . V .V - lr, l ' f '. g A 5 ll., egbll K D -+ ' -- ' . .s l....l. . l.. :.r.l ... .ln ...n Q.. .ne sp l . .. - X .. an..-e .- - -. ..-.ne , -nn la...-r ....r. ... ...rner , - l . .4 Th' . . .nm ... all .J me -ld l- la' - ...:rl .. , ' ' ' fn E . .' . 1 , - I I . t, Q : . ' U ,Q 1 N. - ' ., - - le, or .2 3 t ' ' ' 4 l I cl I l I lla. I e l l a X T l ol lh ' d v. 1 1 . l gl he N e be s wnrlr. nedrgla .'l..r Pledges are re hall Hksldes a Halloween party for t they are busy learnlng SDYOFIU and ll'5 men ....d preaenl are plan. lhlngs ln Come hrs.. .l anldne ls .nt A annse-rlpllnn ld any . ...ntacl 4. Kappa Delta Pledlen They w.ll be . happy l.. nsslsl ld.. C -N K l n x .-,..r. l....... llrrnne ll.lw'll.llI le.lrll SI' ll.-l.l.... l.......l na v.l'l..'.a... ...nl ... .-..... ...r l...re hr.. ll..rl....... .....er.....l........a ar. ....r ne.. Greek ... l.....l.l.. ll.. Alpha Drive Laur For Sickle Della Slllma Thelal lll'Sl ul Iwo Pommunll ll. be Cnndurled this The nlfloers of Thi chapter .lf Della s.g mel ln Funference Rm October 30, 1972 In out for a d.rlve lo be laul s.ekle,Cell Anemla, . mal .a lennd mostly people The week of Noveml has been deslgnated Cell Anemia Week Numerous aCllVl!l been planned for the .. r.......1ln.1 fall..-rs ..f ll... ,wppel Hmm HA, K .'..l..r.. .nnll won l.. he .r...pl.'r If M empe' Tuesday Novembef N SING THOSE SNOWBALIS W M mmm Gm mmm qxgllglerd G lf-rs I Km will be set up on car Rm Vmngenpm Mm he. Kern... .nan slnp snnlenls are ...-ged l ....n.l.-r Tla..d R llamr.. l...- ,lr:'f'g'mw"hh"' HH' '5h- 5UgW':i',Ul'fgnV9 I , - lull.. lr lln. I- , HH '-'U 011311 The week "f,r'y zaefifgs .,,,'Q4,,Q, Uxhn yTrrl1i.,,,fl:E V fllf Dledlsf' llflllzranl has nature of the disease lfl'g:Jegsa:Msif,:,s,,,A.ph: mg., l...- l meld: Crane nnrnelll- p"S5e'1 "Q" 'hp Suffmful dlslflllllfd 3 l s lhwru lllhlk MUS" m Hem' moms. ..Ly,,w,,, um, PMB, .nrt .... e .... .. .n Wm le I h dA H' week helnleafmltenntlonpqzggun wee 1.T::g':hgx:..pl:::hV-li llslrzlsrll lrlhe lzlqnnnlille fnlurpesal Kappa Den' llnal week be ga e e ' ' ...lr la. l . . ms mkm ,,,,,,a ,,,,,, sa, ,, ...n....... ep... .,. ...,..e.....,.. ,hemfesjlgpljfedjpjiggjgaf-152 Kappa 5,g,,, 0neforlheSlsle1'suwel.lBslh2 snler. 7'."f:5 "f:1Pf'f"f" l""H "' N' ...... have ll ull new nl-ll ear V' - Pledges on Sunday rush'-,H were "",""' "' . , v..l..re p..r.l.era .ure Re.. 'cfo"'oU5 :pedal meeting of me --Bm 5.5, know. I .rl ..l 'he ll-slllllwx x..r..l.ll Qyanom Hamm VI al F lers' was held It was el una as-ml --... .. l...nq..e- ... me ll..l..l... Wm W A 'En 0:71 By Uavlu Carte mmlmg uql speeul favors UGslIn.. w.- ......ld l.l.e ... ll...nl. ,md dan MSTSM :IW The K3PPl Slgma were madefo, me plug, gn ,warg Pr.-...lem w.ll...... ll lane ...nl Wmgnmprv mm Md Q'-:fl lnmurnl leam defeat wednesday muh.. we all ,omnll--.... ll.ll...rn N1 Ken... l..r www Tm, Wir xi P flumberf-ne Knad .epm Gathered for .1 room.: nl the remen ll-nn.: ---lr l:lIl'SlS.1' lhl' fllflfwf .:..rar.... mn... 'H'.lf.eldK nie ljgvfmndgyl May H w U I Prmdenll Jane we lla.. pre--.-rl. ...-re Hr..vr..'r , r. ' 1 V K 'PHS Hlrpmuralse :TEE 'kn2Lf,mL,.,,, ,U mee. Sigma l.-r.. n..d.nsk. .....l ll..r.l...r lpfzfn ,frf:1"r2KIf'g'fb'flH "A'f""' WIRUP fh-Hmvmrulup e.. the nedr le. e atrllza-lenlz had ls ...... l-.ller ...... .n....- ....nn meh 3 QI,m"f3fim st Bm" mms Md perfec- Aner me alng-a-leng, .ne Tl., ern... x........al He..ld....r..-....l mlm nllxfphlifm-,.dd':ff? 'ffoffls liuflfls lhe r. Pledges were zallenrer e anon would ' --ll-'Hill 'h' Wh-' "' -...e.and.r.e 1......- lad.eLH:ndd Semnand won 'W 'own rlde, ltwas at Uus Llme that lhe congr ln.tl..n:.p.llls I.. help .ls nllh ln.- mm an: Wm:-1' mgnvm 33125 U1 Bel u-.lu lhe lin Pledges had mmueet ee.-ualn Fledg l.......l...e ... .ne ."..l..... .. mme mm' mmm 1.5M tea P Keene Delta 5. armies on Thunday' ,Q su kno, ...a.rlel.. Smllhl-extern h H qc I WH l hm mscored three mls ll . ' -- - lv.. are l..'.ne ... ll. ren.. ll..ll L I' "N ,',:h'f l""f,PL ' Se""U' 'md 'WJ 'NWIB If -' ... ..l.l .l..r....l..r. re..pe...-.l l..r 'V pe he ' ' "' 'Z' E 9-9 "k'L0"Y over the devel..p.ne leaderslnp arnenn 'Q V' C ...unlg wnmen " K The a.,r..r.l.f was nreanleed U.. , .ne s.....l.nealern rampus Iasl ' ,- rllarer., under lhe adlnsorsnlp of ' '33 ur. w.ll..- Pearle Fuse, and '-K her daulzhler, Andrea ls con- ..n...ne ... that ...le lr..a year -we nre ver, pleased .nur new members," said .'....l.r. 'and ll.e.r prese shllulrl help us become l.r.nl. .. par. dl the system ... Genrgla uvslerrl H SIX .ll llle new Llltle are from Canady from lo Jo Janes in h. our 'il-1 erlivy our vlan Wynn, our Dlstricl DAVID COCHRAN Kappa Siqma KD The KD pledges and .nld vlclnry as they rolled passed the slsters ln our roller derby cnnlesl last Wednesday rllght 1'he slsters took the pledges and our sweethearts, Mlke Colller. fiddle Ward. and Gene Dews to a roller rlnk ln Perry. Georgla ldrlne eenleal Despite numerous brluses gamed that spec em le Susan sugar. pledge lralner who worked so flililrnllv with lhn ni-In Y showing us such l tim l the fisl. fr.. ll... ffff... -fl .lnks l1lll.ll'r:-xllll-nl on.. led... Ken... ...nl ll... ...... ...ner ...pple nr... ...,..l.- VII- r sslllll- Kappa Delta Tl... snlere and Plede.-t .. Kappa Della have had .mnlhv l r one. ne.-le d...r.g .rnnea fro... pllllflne ln..-aeal...ea ... .pnne l.. wwe l'..nt:ravlll:all..ns when l.. the l...:l.e.laall len... ...nl ... IFV +'f...r..p.....ar..p l1..- lllvnlllers.-1 lean. nn..l.l l.l..- l.. ll.,.nl. all -he f.r.e s..pp..r.ere ma. l96rl-'Fl lhelll lull ll- vlllurl .-..r urn ...llr...ll enrne ....S .e...plar. ..r lr... ..p.- snilball .l ...ll nl... .r.r....nl...... lrna -aan. The Kapp.. shea ada llrllslvrvrl .I ll fl Sh9llHt'klNE .tv pta.. l...l xl..r.d.a, r..gl.l ll..- .P. Kappa. Plnn.. ll lea... In -.lrnrlll Enlerlalnrtl ill .lx 'he slarl llllwrl rnam- ll..p....l.r. llanflr T.. .l.. ....Sr..pr.....1 e.....ell..ne .. l.ul.- dllferenl ...v ....ee mer.. .. nfnld ..ldeln.l...-r. .-....r.lr. program wnr. .-...-rl.-ne .lr.-aged ... ....ne km.: veralls me and for ilSlL'rs lunnl lauen ef. ...ne mngrallllallons lanes l.. Kelth nepnerd ....rl were...-r w.ll.s dr. .-...e la.-f.l.ered ....era...lal...ns ala. nr. l.. Nlarl a. xlanld... and rlenree lel.l.... on .l.e.r .-r.ea...er..e... me ......nal Blael. and wnlle .ll be held Apr.l zv lla, ll a '....a.r.a Cn.. pearl. lr.p nas een planned ll's wma ln be a ....d qnarler l-lr ns and ..pef..ll.' ... eden ..l ..... .. n.ll e the aan..- we would l.l.e ... extend the est ...shea for .. aneregnll ...aelaall and lrnrk season ... Zeta Tau Pi Kappa Phi Pledge educatlon week began last week and the pledges whn made lhetr grades cleaned and med up the new as pa.-l nf me parung roles ut' membershlp last sunday, lhe pledges went el.. a ...ld .np .0 cl.a.l.a..a Ndnl. Gerspacher, -lfresident, Mrs. nlghl. everyone really had a Hood llme Carolina as part ol pledge educallon 1'hose who made Alpha Brother Hall ls sllll coachln, sellpall and ......... a f...e lol with lhe number l and Z team! Hls new asslslanl Softball coarl ls Jlmmy Clegg Brother Bl! Vounghlnod and lannle Wlsa are Ieadlng Ule season so lar u batting averages with z 1001 avg each H Kenna Pr.. .ndnrns me death oflwo close lrlend: lmpl. the season la win me Women's Intramural so league clumpiomhlp, I would like In mms,-at all of Ihr 'urns for lheir brlnd of softball I. only wlsh than Sou Wester had a large en. 5P0I'Ls sh!! to cover I-he nl All lil Ill? SISIEFS and F would llke ld thank l Kappa Phi fra!-ernlty lor: evelnne the other Everyone really enyoye llsh fry and the slngll lerwards c....graz..lal.....s gd .. slacers Martha MeNel1l, l Taylor, Cheryl Nadelhoffe Danna vlekery who 'TCEVIUY '2PP2d lnlo the Key HonurSoclety The so ls very proud ol these and Mrs' Flnklea, the K. vlsar, who was also lappe. ana honor admely The KD's spent this weekend at a workshop hz Carol 1'r.-.adawaya nam Lake Blacksheal' ll W: rkmg weekend, but ll wa wa ol lun and lellnwshlp The Cnllelle Bowl l pres-enung Kappa Delta . re ll lhrallllh Round I and sarnrlly ls behlnd Lhem as Kappa Sigma Ne Zeta Tau A.. , , Butch Brown Charlie Carter Gene Dews Steve English Tim Everson johnny Cladden Dan Hall Mike Hall Ben Hamrick Alan Maloy john McUmber jimmy Peele David Whittaker QQ' ,J- . .X we .s ., - . if i- TL- Nfiixfer- Q.. cv ,X 'XNgg23QQb1Xs:fkffK1.--uw" --T -f sf-1f1,f:vf- -c-Afwsblrrf NN -Y NEB X YP-wwf:-.1 - N . X X c . 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Dill Tim Everson Don Gallops johnny Gladden Boyd Hagerson David Hartsfield Danny Hollis Paul Kemper Robert Knowles Ben McLeod john McKinney john McUmber Winston Oxford Farrell Padgett jimmy Peel David Purvis Mike Self Cliff Sheppard Calvin Stone Larry Tye jody Wade Carson Walker Frank Whitaker Paul White Ken Wright Mike Williams In A. aullh' I ,,.. .. il ET, ' . 1--' fy - ,- ,Av-.,,y af . lf: ' -- A .4- 1 ,,' ,rib .1-' in 1' , up , , .I 5' .-1 ,I ..-.N .,r,..-'- ., 1. , .. Q., '.-3 . . J- ' " i - ,..1 . '. .x 'Q :IAM Q my 'ff' ,U-1 S n2"f'ff5q. f1 1 M. . 1 . 'f:.,z,N-, A N-H.. . R r. 5 , I, . -X. . . . .. ,aes f -, .f .fr SHEPPIRU V hx ,- 4-Q1 x N, 'X r ' . I Ai. fx., .- ' , . , L-,. a . 1-pw ,...'1' . - 4 u 'h ' 'l.zl.la4" . -Mis.:-.'-1.x .' AW if an -3 ,S- . Q Q . , . ,, . - ,N .1 -x ' ---4 -. .. A. gm e-gy , - Q , V 1. 4- ' f I in - -. ,, I' V ' ,, -. 1 .AJ '- ., . . .-, If ' x " 'I U V .Q- , 5.5! - . U, W Vx.-ew .-Q x 4 , 5, 1-,if Ani- A- -. ,, . ,N 75'-iq. uw- 53- .. . I x -K ' , ': ., , - v . . ' - " ' . . 1. if . uf .v ' -xv ,4 W -,Y ., f Q ' ..l . ':' , . 4 , x A if w Y ' 4 X --.., 3' ,, ' -.. A 5-..' - -'Z X .c , , X wr ,,- .L+ an . V Q Q -, 1 A .. lv - 4 N.. .-...X U- - ..'f. - 1 A, , , NGN! -M 1 4 ZETA TAU ALPHA E K .I W 'X 06 Debbie Adkins Sybil Baxter Kay Brabson Becky Bryant Carolyn Cannon Amelia Clark Marvlyn Corbin Rebecca Cromer Barbara Davis Betsy Duke Anne Easterlin Lynn Ellis joAnn Faye Claire Finney Anne Fouche Donna Gibbs joyce Hawk Susan johnson Debra jones Donna jones Michelle jones Connie Kines Susan Luckie Nan Miller Anne Parker Nancy Perkins Beth Perry Sandy Reynolds jeannie Riley jo Samples Kay Satterfield Marianne Simmons jane Slappey Bonnie Tillman Mary Rose Williams Cindy Wilson Cathy Wynn -V' .-is ,x-'g.Fg, -E151-Q5 4 '1:N?dSl'- HVRQA -NL '-1 ,, .f-.xl ? if Y J 'gl if fx ,y ' ' :N , Z K .4 7? 1' T x .P ,J Q A u X r NW 34, ' """- X N-2 3 Y 1 , A-. P, . ,:- li n Maxam .1 wo.pi:5!-'IQSNQU Cf 'H x N., -, ,ff 041 1 xx.,--I 54.-Q' fi , -r. av 'w X r.-4 378, 27 -lf. 4 fs f fr P' lf? SM sm V,- I 11 A 3 Mi w Fx , f U ' ' ' 'U of 'W AY- 19 ' ,I ' 'A In L Xgx 'lf . jf 1-f ,Q , 55,8 'Q .. , Ji 'Ev 'VV X Er .,- .x - 4 , .kk it it 4 Q wh I fzfwi 4' wwf' . . . Allen D. Towery editor of APOSTROPHE MAGAZINE . . . Dr. Ulmer on SACS committee . . . Duke jackson's composition played FSU . . . Boyd Dale Raybon, new faculty . . . Mrs. Sheila Norton, guest speaker for GSA in Albany . . . . . . Professor Steve Gurr invited to write biographical sketches for Georgia Commission of National Bicentury Committee . . . Dr. Kitchens has paper published . . .Dr. Dragoin serves as Chairperson for Southeastern Psychological Association . . . Steve Gurr receives Ph.D. in philosophy . . . Dr. Thomas Williams attends American Society for Field Experience Education . . . National Council of KD appoints Miss Lord Epsilon Province President . . . james W. jacobs, new faculty . . . division moves to new Business and Social Science Building . . .jack Nottingham, new faculty . . . Dr. Dragoin director of Mix Fund . . . Dr. Thomas Williams initiates Intern Program on campus . . . . . . Dr. james W. Smith featured in program on George Eastman Collection at Gallery . . . Mrs. Rebecca McNeill awarded DKG Psi State Scholarship . . . Dr. Everette selected to participate in summer Institute at Chapel Hill . . . Dr. Cofer and Mr. Howell on SACS committee . . . Dr. jerry Williams attends Topology Conference . . . Dr. Don Chipman, new faculty . . . Dr. Richard Henderson attends GSTA convention . . . Dr. jerry Williams receives two honors . . . Dr. joe Everette awarded Ph.D. . . . Dr. Hen- derson's biography in American Men and Women of Science . . . . . . Dr. DeLaneuville pre- sents paper at H.P.E.R. meeting at jekyll Island . . . Frank Kaufman, new faculty . . . Dr. Clark and Dr. DeLaneuville attend SDC of AAHPER . . . . . . juanita Slappey, new faculty . . . Miss Emily McNelley honored at state SNA . . . Sister Dorothy Linehan, new faculty . . . Wanda Bass, new faculty . . . Rosella Deriso ap- pointed to Statewide Master Planning Committee for Nursing . . . pinning . . . capping . . . . . . Linda M. Litton, assistant librarian . . . Lilyann Peterman, library staff . . . Library joins a southeastern library network tSOLlNETl . . . . . . jerry Pitts, new faculty . . . Dr. Lawrence authors articles . . . Craig Bussey, new faculty. . . Dr. Greene presented Outstanding Service Award for 1972 . . . Charles j. Huckleberry, new faculty . . . . . . Dr. Richard Coleman, new faculty . . . Dr. june Ewing attends meeting of College Reading Association . . . Mod Building . . . new graduate program . . . . . .joseph Cook, new P.R. Director. . . . . . Dean johnson's book published in Spanish. l L an nom pup 11 nvidingla very cold :nl can be used 1 very thin section ol a 1 a microscopic slide found if just as xnleresting and enjoyable In accompany me lnurs Congratulations are extended Ln the members ol lhe Scxenne and Math Divismns lo 1spect of Lhe Science ram involved a malh sponsored by Drs, llliams, Tumer, and y. Il Involved me 1n nl three-member :vm each school an leslinnsp individual prizes were awarded, dents who were in- exclaimed that they 1 enjoyed the various Mons and found me m- One guide com- at there was a deep 11 evidenced among Ls as they went on the z program was nol malive bul also en' . and, al umes. mcldenls occurred rogram very program mr program was, n 1cinnv1f1c studems. he mamn wrumlv El rn's For ,nd Way. April 7, th! nkind wnll begin Ln serles of group nf gm at 9:00 and new we organized until au can pm any of vheduled between begin Walk fur an expressmn nf 1 For your fellow 'alker will have at 1sor and the more he more concern 1.1 the more money ur local :hanlies Concern Forty 12 funds collected ixgenl patients of er clinic where the ZS! 1d further ln- : avaliable al the share and a1Pap's acl Dr Dav1d fal 92446lll, EK! I alter 5 00 Show and In Dr Cnfer who all worked so hard Lo make me Science Day program the success and honor to Georgia Soudlweslem 0131 II WHS' Science Day Highlights aw--uv WHA T THIS - BIR DRINK D ,- MAKE: -..- ouuuur v Intern Program ., H " 1' ' A one year Work- Study ' Inkem Hngram 1s available Lo 12 I-0 LD IB Sllldenli Who would like become 1nv01vea 111 working wnh the handicapped The f cmzm Palsy As.m1aum1 of MM155D"+i511.eS0:v:u51'1ef ese programs ar e created 11 Lh su-engmen the subject maue1 , 44 competence ol college teachers nf mance, mathemaucs, an: engmeering, m reongmuon 111 Dole Rayburn Is New Faculty Spoflight: verell me key role played by zhesc teachers m developing our ICIIHW' ..auon's scxenuhc capabxlmes The mdivxdual projects respanr 'UW 10 me genefmy femgma r of Lhe Georgla n College faculty acted in particlpate nmer lnsutute for 5 Teachers at the lNor1.h Carolina at Joseph Everett will the Mathematics Ln thas program ln 14!aJulyS nt of the Institute tered on Lhe study ations nl modem s, According to Dr Rngersl Newman. ri the Mathematics 11 at Southern Lawn Rnugem mu S umplex analysis ln i!ldiCB!ed Dr, Ante! from U.N C, will I applied hnear i Dr. Wilbur Snith L 2 on lopulagy and 1!ion theory Dr C 1 Professor of :S at N.C.A and T :rsily hlighl. of the Dr. Walker said. 1 series of invited Dr J. Ernest Wlkins University on some ns ol integral nd linear algebra In lllam R Dragom. Of the Psychology 11 al Geargna South- Dueze, has accepled ion lo serve as 111 vm- a paper session f Suuuheaslern heal Associalion. ln New Orleans In Dr Dragmn wall Baper mnneming his 'sndlixb bmw mn ,v .--.- .. -..-.-.ul R. need uf bnngxng 'as far as pnssnhler recently acqmrec knowledge 111 science lo 1.111 ennege teacher 111 a wen ar uculaledfnrm The parucxpanl: are wewed as key persons wm have high potential 11 muluplymg Lhe effect ol lhl p1-Diem wxlhm the menu. deparunenzs uf thus mnuuuon Professor Everett has Laugh al Georgia Sanlhwestu-n mn: years He was selected on Lm basls of hns malhemauc: background and on his hug! pulential lor Implementing ----H..-....---Ammon! within In Joins GSC N 515111 11111111111 1' lmnan luler 111 Slslerb ul lurello. .111111 1.. the scum 01 N11r51ng 111.1-111y .11 Geurgw 51111111- 1wf1e1-11 College 11115 ian, wnn 11 111.11 range 1.1 experwm- 111 11ur:,1m4 leaching, and ad- 1111n151ra1mn Her lalesl posmon uae lhal of Adrlllnlslratlvv Ihvllllun and lnSlI'uL'llJr In x..11111.,11 and Therapeum- Iuvls. Minimal Care Unll. vre5by1er1a11 Meumm cancer Iwnver Culumdu S1s1er Dorulhy, Regmslered N111 se and Registered D1el1l1a11. 11 Assmanm Professor ul Nuvsmg al Georgxa Suulh' 11-esleru Shi' rerened her H N ln 193-1 aiu-1 lrammg at St Margarc1's 1-11151311111 Schunl nr Nursmg. Monlgumery, Alabama Shu 1w1r15. also. me BS m Nursmg Educauun 1-Nh from Loretto ..,,..1ms conege, Denver, and " and Nulnuun 1rv:Cf7lVli rlous Honors 'lam Qew clevelopmem 11-red. sand Dr Jerry . 0' Gwfzia Samh- S Uenanmem of xncs. who attended the SHIPS fepons Dr Willg, I Almost every slate and frrzunu-xes were represemg 1 G March Z4-26 confers mnal Topologv 1' 11 VP: 1.11.1 5 'UH Blacksm recently tori' of Shape eme 'W lflpic which r?C9lVlfl2 Wnrld In Ihe study Kurawwski ol adlfny of Science dellvered a rear le ns considered 1 IE worli's fare: 'P0lugisls. Dr 3 J lticlan przz? ul Lhe Universil also was an im Jones ol U 1 ta. Dr, E:,A,nNn: RLY' 'lifhins - l r" hx' -.Al Ns.. of the psychology department of Georgia Southwestern College LI-us fall is Dr, James Walter Jacobs, originally of West Paint, Georgia. Dr. Jacobs attended the University of Georgia and Auburn Univer- sitv, and received his Ph. D, Sprung, Marynand 1111 me wasnmgmn DC menrnpolllan areal accepts a certam number nf students each year from mueges 111 me Easzem Umzed Smeg to hmm pm nf men- Inlern Program Wnen the Federal Govern- mem began v1s'rA. md to me msaavamaged was included w a llmlled extent, VISTA did tml, however, meet Lht' needs of voulunleirs who Wanled ll: work spec111ea11y with me nan- mcappea mmwuuas and gm Lh1s type nf expermnce For three years the Cerebral Palsy Asioclalmn mscussed lhe posslbmly of begxnmng a program sxmxlar to VISTA, and as a result recewed an admxmstrauve grant from Lhe Social and Rehabxhlaunn Servlres Branlih of the HealLh. Educahon and Welfare Department w begun me Intern Program From me sum, the program has been a success 'hm inurns are fully mam- uuned by me Asociaunn, They hve UWPU' rnuvely fvoklns their nwn meals and manusnmv nw., -- ister Dorothy Linehon urse Stuff 501 rf.-111 Cnlaradu smm un1ms111 Her n11f11w1f 5111111 11115 men an S1 LA11115 Umver' 5111 Cornell lmulaUn1vers1ly 111 1115 A1.11e1es. and 5111111111115 1u.11e,1.- 111 BU51011, M355 .mer pracnmng as 1111 RN fm A uhlln'.SlSlEr Dorothy spenl :en mars veayhum: un the e1e11.en1ar1 grades uf Sl 1411115 Pamvhxal Srhools NGXI. she 111-1x Assuualc Professor and Vhalrman Il-II XEBFS of lhe Deparlmcn! oi Hnmv 1'111n1-111115. 1.11re11a Heights urllege Smre men she has been 5111111-1112111 Huusc Arimlnlslralor uf Our lady'S Nenghburhoud Center, RI Paw, T--xas. Pru1ecl Dlrecmr ol 'Hedlral Researchxlfvundallon Denver Cllnlr. Asslslanl Professor of Humc' ECunnmlC5. N1ad1son Cullege, Harnsonburg. Va, teacher m Huly Family 141,111 sfhum, Denver, und N1 1 .es W.Jc1cobs The new addition to the sh!! the University of 1a. his major area being 61 Experimental qugy, wnne at me any of Alabama. Dr, conducted rsearch for allnnaIA Institute for HealUlf'Dr. Jacobs has 'eral articles published a others currently in 5, From 196B until 1970. Duke Jc1ckson'5 COmposi1ion To Be Plflved or FSU D 'lconeerw for Keyhoarms-1 15 1,-I be Played an F1 ' Universitv bv o::ldi.1S'I3.l? 'Ike "aCkS""'S Camswsnmf Contribution nr H 'nermn vuulner. rIlSl1HE!ulSh9ri hxslorlan 111111 R1-gem' Prnlessnr m.er11uQ or 111511.11 31 1112 1'n1vefs11y 111 G+.-arm. recenily mane .1 mmr1n1111m. 111 me h1Sln1rf' rulledlon uf the .Ian19S Earl Carter hbrary al Gmrgm Qvulhvkeilrrn lm a recem v1s1l vmh Dr thuller. Sieve Curr Awlswnl Professor of 1-11s1ar1 men. 'mned 11131 me nnrary 31 501111, western was lnlerened Ln ad- mng nems 10 11s mslory m11m1f1n,1-spl-11.11111n1nef1e1f1 4JGPorg1a hxsiory in view of the upfommu graduate my 111 -1121 held 111- Conner uvner1.11511 Ulfervd 111 help mcave mammals and lo dunaxe comes .11 1111 .M-1 works 111 an- vllllon In verx valuable slali' 111.11e1-.als fr.-111 the an1ebe1111n1 .mu recm1Q1ruc1111n permds 1-1 vzwma 5 11151011 Dr 11.111121 s 1n111a1 um, 1r1uu111,n 1113111 1111-111,111 I'mfess41r Gurr mtlulles ievvr-sl 11111511.31 cupxex .11 410ur1ql.1 hm x uf 'he 1H54'l'S IBRG X and 1570 4 zalnml uxlh lhe 1wQ1m.ve fm-fa, mf snmp wx-111m 115 me flaw Lmvern' 111.11111111111115 frmsv pf-1-1011, Tm. 111 Dr CUIAIIHS own Danlvl 14-+1 Axrltullurlsl .and William , : H1-11w111m1 F1gr111ng Person If Yhe Snulhern Hlllhlands were ,.-..,, Mr, Neil Edwards directs the Southwestern Tuesday night. E Lxung upcauxa nl Americus High Dr w1111a111 11 rung pres.-1en1 or of-f1rg1a summ- vmm. wQ11e11e offered 3 1110111111-pmvok1ng address mmf: 111 the problems and whallevmes Iam-mg teachers mam dunnu the Faculty ap- pfmmmn nanmm new 1351 mgm an mm-r1f15 High scrmnl m- 113111111111 wmch was ab 1211111111 bx mgn sfnml 130111111 111en1ners and mvuled gums. Wax pafl Qf UIQ' AHIEFICUS 111111111 sfr-0111 51511-nfs an' 11111115311 ww fe1eura110n5 11.0 51151511 was imma:-a mo mm my 11115 M-ek ann 111111414111 dm new sponsored 1hm11,111m11 mf week .11 ub- servarwe 111 the mmnmu ann1vmar1 nndays fe111efm1a1 program 1111-1uae11 .1 Spf-U31 1as1.1.m Nhow uf the early ISDIYC' pfesenms my the advanced home ecunomws rlass 111 1 p m m 1111- 1111121-1c115 Hxgh gm- 11a1f.r11m1 ru.110wmg lhe 135111011 shun the An1em115 1111511 nam EBV? H IDYICEH 'nw cnnrludxng 1111131 and w111rf1a, 1,1,sefva111ms 1-1111 1931119 11 centennial carmval 51:11-1m D1 nrga,-1m110ns of 11m-mug 111,31 'me rarmval wlll be held al ihe football 413-mm beg1m11ng an s pm hom rugnu. and adm1ss1an 1s free ln dnltiren and 25 1-ems for 14111115 lmrmg ms speech las: mghl Pre-sxdem Kms! submllled 14 111111111-f 111 questions mm he saxd leachers Shmlld :Ask them- -elwh m duermme wnemer mm an- 'ru1n11mu 11111, lhv 1-apan1l111e5 and pa1er1ual111es" 11121 possess "AS we lhouelmlfully 1ry lo understand nur :asks Lhen we are wurkxng nn problems lhal w1II determine 111.1 ruum- .11 our w0r1f1" Dr Hmm Nmawd 'The huuro dependwvn 114 who are 1ry1r1g lo uuderwland and deal vulh ..u...Q. ,... .1..D-.v...,..mf, -wane nelpmg relauons 11.-adm-.1 111 mncludmg 1115 speec mllegv pm1uen1 sms, xalule xou 1Xn1erlCu5 lei 1,1 the past prmm ann :lays ahead " mm reurl-ri manners 1a.1111an1el ws 111-funn and 'Hrs Wlble Marshall qpecnal uuesls for las! n nanqum 'Vlrs HT mann 11,5 B mmrm uf wemon, 1n1mdufe-1111 Kmg R2 Rxchard nam Offered 11 vnciltlon Hnswsses for the ba new Mrs n1r1511ne M4611 urs v1.mF11r1uw Mn, 1 Npann M15 Fomel1aSmlt 1115 Elma 1-111111 Rum Faculty Spotlight: " "welll D D . SISTER 1.1NEHAN ' r' I 'OI H rogoln Emcus, GA -51511-r Depanmem of Home O JO'n Col lege of rw C 1.me11an, order ur Efnnomlcs, 1.11re11a Heights Dr wlumm B Dragon' mu servedasanassislam rr men U1 1,orezw. came to me Fnllege lam me Gwgia soumwmem of psychology at PA"u'55"bunf I Lhool of 111111511111 facuny 31 mee men S112 has b-:en College sm, m September as Umvemmm twoyem and al 1 1-Urgm soumwesmm comm 59111911.2111 1-1011 sue C,mm,a,,0fu,eDepa,m1emuf me University ol Tama 111, 1111, 1-11111 3 wxde range of .4d1n1n1s1ra1u1 nr our ways P ml ,, dan assodm mee' X El P SNC DELHI! H Nashville for one year wper1ence1nn11rs1ng,Lmn1ng, Nemnborhuod Cerner. asm, professor dpsycmwgy n .1dm1n1s:rauun Her names: Tkxas Proper mrecmur 1,1 Anauveofmman Mamma p 1111011 was man or Mef111-111 Rvsearch Foundwun Dr Dmgom received me Bsf W 'm.m1n15u-a11ve D1e11uan and Denver Cl1r11c. Ass151un1 Degreefr0m1YuySmecouEge I 111111111-1111 111 N111f111un and P1011-Sur uf Home Economics, m 1963 MS Degree from 1'1.er.1pe11m Duets, M1n1ma1 r1111r1150n 1'f111.f,1e,1-1m1511111mf.g. Auburn bmvmny m was and 131. Uml, Pre5n,1-man vu warner 111 H0111 Famm 3 PHD ,mm George Peghody nf11fa1 Center, nenver 1111111 S1-111101, Denver, and Couegemmg ' cmuraan af1m1m51ramr at me Denver Prior lo accepting the Pfffguefd .,. 1, Pfgsbyman Medsral Cenler posmons mm Georgia south- hge an wgfdrhe Wwal weslern Cullege, Dr nragom and ACTOR- - play, um fff 111 the form ' Q Players pmuu fl H ANTIGDYX ,Y Lrageay slaru 11 the theater 0 .1,- sum Jack 1 best Aclur 31 F ,, 111 MARRI! . 1 1. W- 11,1 1-ml W Sm 3-151 ,Swv 111 Earn- M11 WMI gl, Scnencn al Soum. ,QM fm.: weslem College featured an JN My I1-J 1-ecmxy 111 me program or me Mass rdeeg I 111,15 nmlagmalsof1e1yufAn1er1na's 1 1111 ,Mm bi SouLheaslemSe4:l1onmeeKmg 111 , BURGEPS L.: M., Kmm111e.Tem1 :Ls M11 ww Eu Dr SU11111 presented a serum- ,-- , . ,Q ,M AW, en1111m Home Furmauuns V - fm, 1,1111 A . and Shady Dolomlls 1n Rarmu 1 H1111 4 Fr-umy. P,wrg1a," lo me md ,,:,1. W H11 .A Annual Vleelunu ni 1111- . xf 11,53 5' .S m11111eas1em 11101011151 X , 1x1X'1 , j ln the Sevunn. In smun w-qu, 51121 '3 'N wares me mem .11 me Rome V: ,L ' 1' " FQrn1a11nn ur nm 5111111111111 V 1 N18 Lifnw' ,W 11-1-nn1f11111a1afUrn15 assnf1a1es . , Q 4,51 1-H the sm rw mmf rormamm .9' J Gwnrma s.1111nwes1em ranks ' 5 , , :mmm the mp 1-011111125 111 me ' l 'jx-HX - I mulheasz 1n me areas of earm -,Nw L, 1 Q1-1weana0u1ef5c1ems.ann 5' , 'mfs 11.14.1312 may leading 10 11 gwwl U V degrees 111 these was W111 A Uqkmzly Xu .1 hegm 111 Yull schedule mms I, .. 5 . -I 1 summer quarter nn campus ' - 5 Y 51 1mP-wlasmrs 111 E1x1.ca1mf1 Q -. .iyiif ,2 13e:Heel1n Farsi c1.11a111w11 X ,1 - 1:1-alnn amen ary 4, - , .g- 4 M 'Q Ff1w111Dn and Secundary 5 L - ,11.g' ' 1 n111ca11f-n M11 be nzfma M111 ' ' x , . - -N 5 , 1- Xi 1each1m1 fields 1n the science 5 ' ' ' ' 19131911 was 111 bmmgy, Wd fhenusm physms and ww X "Z'.ATlI' ,. snow Dean Rumrke begins m1m1111g votes, The was an -Z ,V nr rm.: some by 1111- machine Winds ln lheir performance 1f111aer1 111 me d1ma110n - 4 Professor Gun mn been on 1, A -. -...f 4 1 15111.1f1151'11Sw11h rw m1111191 -7 1 ' -F 111.-Kew 'hhhhy ,gl , , . - hun-141111 Qh11'1rw1:1:1rlH1s1iwr1cj1T bf . 4" R' y 1 ' - 'I . 'Q ....,,.,.. 1 gh, Mr. Peabody Joms ' ' College Enghsh Dept. em-1 w Peabody w1ll jam Schools H , me Georgia suumnwemrn cnuege English Department 11. sepuemrm as an a5s1s1an1 pruiessor Recewmg a BA degree from Emory and 21 MA degree frm' the Umversny nf Georgx pewody nas smce lived Colorado He za11gmE11g11s11 21 Colm Stale Umversny for two yea Unxverslly of Denver, for thu years. Umversuy oi Color: fur lwo months as a vlsll ,e,.,,,... MA n.. n.-.mmf ml wield me position ul leaching Asismnl In the Department of Psyfhnlvsy of Auburn Universny. Dr, Jacobs hsls as ms hobhl A nauve or Decatur, Ge Peabody 15 mameu 11 former Nancy Huene 001111-n, Colorado, and hav? lwo Children, Sam Tw-1 Q To our Buslness Departmen fumes M1 Jerry pm He ,S 3 1nszrucmr 1 Adm1n1s1raz11m and menu Markeung He received a BB rom West Georgla College a can-01mm and an MBA from Genrgm sure L1111ve1-my .11 Alli-lnla HIS prevmus Bm- ploymenl was w1Lh Cnllan Slate rmnung, nsnmg, and playing tennis. Dr. Jacnbs' wile. Dr. Ann P. Jacobs, is currently employed by me Central Education Plant In Montezuma. ,fy , Insurance Company where he worked wllh Commertlal clanrns A busmess venture bruugm Mr Pills la Amerltus where he ended to become a member of lhe Georgpa Sourhweslern arully In College, Mr Pitts served as on the Student Jerry Pitts d F 732 16 an omcer 1 novernmm and in ms frawrnm' Also, he was me Resxdenl Advisor mr ms durm. Mr mu says ne enjoys me Amnlrlcus way of life, because ll 1s both pleasant and relaxmg. I ,iw GSC Professor Of Art Bnyd Dale Rayburn and mme 111021 Rayburn, ofesional arusu from Dale lybum sum 111 Auama, are 2 Uealars ol works on exhlbn l the rowtunda of the Geargxa B nuulnweszern College usmess rirrumstratinn Building from nw unlll Chrlslrnas holidays Acme ni me pamungs are 'urchasable Dale, nalive of Carrlere. hsslsslppi, ls takmg ume au! w e lnscrucwr af Ar! an Genrgn nulhweslern 1972-73 HE eaches Damung, print-makmg nd drawmg. Since 1964 when lhe lmversily of Southern 11ss1ss1ppi conferred nu urs: egree. me B s 111 arm, Rayburn as devoted full tlme Lo pam, ng, has been awarded 18 one man shows and has been Ommlsiuned to do murals for ears and for the National 'resident of the Amerlcan nslllule of Decnral-0l'S, and :onducted numerous water- color workshops. Meanwhile he earned the lhe uses mass was Cleveland, MS ln 1948 and received her B A Ln Fine AFB from lhe Umverslly of M1s.s1ss1pp1 111 19711 She works pr1mar1ly 1n ran wnnng 10 the m11a1aa1f.111e11 counled lu duublecheck lhe Amber. Mr. McKee calls out e ww for un- wang mm- nssuon to record :md later rmpare for 11 lriple check. Dr. Gurr Gives Talk T0 Green Thumb Club welcomed Mrs Bobby 13,11 .fs a new member Mrs 'rayn also won me door pme Prmr 10 the meelmg 11 huslesses served Caffe: 111-uwmes. 1-neese snraws an mama num Preaem were Mrs Numa, Fulch Mrs J1mmy Greene Mrs Rxnhard Greene, Mrs rtvancunrhmrs Tommy Hookg H' Mrs RKU3' Horne, Mrs Manson Markeue, M1-5 w B Mfmam, Mrs Tommy sm.,-, sun Mrs James 'Ullman Mrs v an-yur, pr1nzmakmg and 3 . ' - 5' pnllery Her work has - 5 ' fl., 'A been ex111b11ea an lhe Auanw - . 'Hr High 1v11Ls-gum, lhe Columbus Dr sme cuff, history f 1 . 1 Museum and also 111 many Pfwfessor 31 Georgna sum. - . Nalmnal and Heg10na1 western College, Presented me ' - .R -if E1mm1uo11s. 1nf111umg me New Program at me meenng Fnday , , I af, York Arm 1-wszwal, Pwrmona Emfmns of me Green Thumb 3' 4 - 4'S,Qp,. Arts Fesuval and v1rg11-113 afdef' Club wruch was new 1,1 , ' ' f Beach Ars F5111-111.1-1-211111151 ghrfmzfzfmalrvarlor ol me ' , 14 recent aww-Q were purchase U5 -wnlry club if Q -1 - 2, - andmer1lawardsallheALlanLa HOWSSPS were Mrs Marvm 1 " A Y Pied.mnn!A.1-ls Fesuvm, Home! Mfg John Parks and K , ' 3 'lb Pram making 15 a part or Lhe MH Hem' HBH , ' 1 -. , ' ' an acuvmes amenrgm scum D' Gm- WND W35iHlr0duced Q I western Da1eR.1y1wm1nv11u UY Mrs Rwnard Greene, X ,. V :Renae slides or 111S10m,,1 - es and b1111a111gs 1,1 . A lo become mvolved jonrt-irl3lmsanEiom1s area and told K , mga 111 each DALE RAYBURN of wmcn mclude the Northeast 40111 Printmakers International Exmbxlion. Bened1cl1ne, Awards. New Yorkg South- Baslern Exhlbilionp 30th Annual Exhlbihun of Cun- lemporary Pamungg 26th National Watercolor ExhibiLion .lg- - W! ,f an Thursday. February 22 mum-, Pvsilivn by me Georgia scum- weslern College piano prnfessur will be played in a studio reading The Second Movement ol "Concerto for Keyboards" wall he played in Opperman Music lall at the FSU School of Music Work: hv fum mum- 1--'.A..... HE also says 1113111112 people are courteous, friendly and 11e1pru1 m all ways, For lhe present and Mr Pitts wishes lu - leaching. because he 1 very much and likes PIE to C0mmLmiC8lE Wllh EMS. E ms many extra- lar activities, h1s 1s "messing around" Kappa Sigma of which fully advisor. His other s mclude motorcycles, . 1...-nav...-.1 mm.r1f.M Masler of Fine Arts 1701 in Pamling and Graphics lrom me University of Mississlppi, where he was Assistant Instructor, Last year he Yaughl pamting and drawmg of Dc-Kalb College, I-hs work has been exhibited al me Auama Hxgn Museum: Seattle Museum, Portland Museumg Manufacturers Hanover Tnxst Bank Gallery, New York: Abercrombie and Fitch, New York: Vincent Price and he has received 22 awards Mfs J-mrm' Greene 1973 N NH Sheila Yurlun. F1e111f11 111x1r11f1.1r .11 1L1111rg1.1 51111111 1m1w11 5.1111-11, 4,,,,,,,,m "WH "lun .cnoul Fr1-111,11 1-cs 11. xntereslxd persons of Lhe arf 1 1- - - ., is 1 . - 1 - , X , 1. 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ACKNOWLEDG EM ENTS: "Time Is My Friend," lyrics b' Leslie Bricusse, music by julie Andrews, "Sometimes,' words by Henry Mancinni's daughter, music by Thi Carpenters Newspaper clippings from Americus Time Recorder, Atlanta Constitution, and The Macoi Telegraph Photographers: Rick Coleman, joe Cool: Charles K. Ewing, Larry Fussell, Bill Helms, Mike jordan Pat McCurry, and Dirk Mosig. Portraits by Modern Studios, Americus, C-a. Staff: Donna Gibbs, editor Susan johnson, Debra jones, Donna jones, Michellt jones, Richard Law, Delilah Pinkerton, Kathy Page Marilyn Morgan, Martha Biddle. Special thanks to: Mi john M. james, Hunter Publishing Co., Mr. C. Willian McKee, Mr. joe Cook, Mr. john Blount, Mrs. Leewyni Finklea, and Mr. john B. jenkins SPECIFICATIONS: The 1973 GALE was compiled by Donna Gibbsg editor, and staff. It was printed through offset lithography Hunter Publishing Company, Winston-Salem, North Carolinal Basic paper stock is gloss finish with grey endsheets. 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