Georgia Institute of Technology - Blueprint Yearbook (Atlanta, GA)

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BLUEPRINT 1974 ' Published by the Students of the Georgia Institute of Technology Atlanta, Georgia Volume 67 .. -N ...;.....W...194 -. ,. 5-m5l' ' . a m "69: $.47; 32 7 V I.W'Q ' '. ., ma hi W Classes 0n J. W -W I . V in... I. 9 ' Index - AdSQ. WV '1". k. u a o .468 - .- - :7- . 1 7. . , - . n W :;N- N... Cepyright-Q19My RobertG Kinsey and the Board of Stu- .. ' .- y .2 'I" dent PublIGEtIOYHSMIa InSfiYme of Technology All rights reserved: No part oMbmublica IOn may be reproduced or . transmitted 'In any form or- by any means vmhout permission ' g from the editorB'r thePublications Board. Georgia Tech 1974: A School Like No Other x 7... u ?..m " L q " +- A W 1 g 5' ,' ,. ""hn . u . ' g w - M- V 97:- "W w ' M .1 ,. , . L w I V; g: f 7-1. j l L L j W 1 L . r 5R! 31 RAW CNS? 1? ii: :f; 71....33 - " JUI; QHTS ifkhixyii; i AL :P Uh DALLJN .WH' Life at Tech can be tough. Frustration and disgust are often the only rewards for long hours of effort. Academics: heavy course loads; the work and boredom of endless labs; being in competition with everyone else; the desperation of never having enough time. And hanging over each student, as if it were the only index of his human worth: the G.P.A. Hard times are not limited to academics, however. Georgia Tech registration, be it computer or manual, intimidates everyone sooner or later. There is the frustration of trying to be a football power while boasting poor facilities and stringent academic requirements. And, as most freshmen discover, there is the humbling experience of living in the Area I dorms. Yes, life at Tech can be tough . . . . . . but it can also be great! The demands of Georgia Tech are so tremendous that when free time is available it is used and savored. Homecoming typifies "good times" at Tech. It gives students the chance to be proud of school spirit, to build displays and Recks, and to party in marathon fashion. Most of the time, however, enjoyment is simpler and more individualized, like soaking up the sun on a summer quarter afternoon - or getting together with friends in unlikely places at unlikely hours to empty a keg of beer. Frats and football: two Georgia Tech myths. Fraternities still endure, despite the demands of academics. Hell-raising continues, but Greeks have outgrown the myths which tagged them as arrogant and ignorant. Today's frat man can be characterized by this Pike: polite, well-liked, respected, and able to do well in school - as well as have adamn good time. Football is another enduring Tech institution. One of the most persistent generalizations has been that of the "dumb jock." An example of how things have changed is number 64: on the field, an outstanding offensive guard; off the field, an honor student in a science major. But the biggest myths are about the school itself its engineering reputation, its shaft profs, what it means to be a Ramblin' Reck . . . To say the least, Tech means different things to different people. One thing is certain: whatever we become in the future we will owe in large part to what we have gotten from Georgia Tech today. -vH . . .r .r 15'4. O s a 4 O O O n i V .0. O a- .v anx - u. .0 .u- --c n 4 .4u b v s n :62 . a v 0 .o :6 4 . . . .0. :Q Q :6 1 . . .0. c Io a r n t16 Tech Kisses OH Another Year A student's life at Georgia Tech is one in which that intangible quantity of "Time" is sought after but never found. Even at a school such as Tech, there has never been an equation derived, nor a process developed, whereby time could be slowed on the weekend and acceler- ated during the week. Every quarter begins with the home- work problems, term papers and finals lying in the distant future. Time seems to move more quickly as the quarter prog- resses. Suddenly, that term paper is due tomorrow, and you have four chapters to read in course 4302-2A7-1, after you fin- ish those six Thermo problems. The familiar cry of "I've got plenty of time, " is lost amid the rubble of crumpled papers, old cigarettes, and empty coffee cups. Somehow, the work seems to get fin- ished, and the student makes it through another quarter. The mental salvation of many a Tech student has been the on and off campus activities. The Raft Race. Greek Week, Football Games, Homecoming, Winter Festival, or Graduation has brought the student back to reality and away from the Theory of Relativity. Perhaps the only hope lies in having President Nixon extend the day from twenty-four to thirty-six hours. Why not? He's already managed quite a few impos- sibilities this year. r en vo eol F.h 99 .mD. r pm SC LI hly .de Fn n.m mF mum TW Field Day Livens Up a Lazy Summer . - 22 A Time for Tradifions: Fall Colors. HomecomingConcerf. . . l. .. ion InaJr Imag Paper and Sfeel in +he Trikin' Spiri . Triumph 27 Brinkley and Blood Drive Gef Tech's Circulafion Going ively Diversions Remedy Win+er Blahs What Goes Up. Must Come Down All Tech students must inevitably face the Hill. In their pursuit of knowledge, they travel up the steep incline. Some energetic types cycle up the Hill, while some ride up in cars or the Stinger, but most bookladen students walk. Regarde less of their means of transportation, they all face long lectures, trying quizzes and dedicated but unsympathetic Profs. But, once they're there and face the aca- demic abuse, the only way left to go is down, down to the Student Center. . .or wherever, to relax. '3 , , 1 ' . ,1 V ulu- zli .11;me l .7 g"??? ..'., IT::.::: - - :; :.-15;----: ELILIQIIEIIII E QIQIWIEW I l!!!!!ll! .un-IHA ' . 'I'-'-!.. !!'.I'.. llpll'lil'Illll Iguana..- I . 7' 1,7 "' " i; n . I .muw :- If -'l'i'i:?;:n Time +0 Cram or Time +0 "Cram H" Tech students quickly learn that study- ing is a fact of life. It is essential for suc- cess and even survival at Tech, and like everything else around here it can be expressed by a formula: 8 : CG, where studying is equal to grades multiplied by a constant. Consequently, the library is a hotspot Monday thru Thursday; students labor there for hours over textbooks, struggling through theorems and equa- tions in preparation for the "big" test. However, when the monotony and con- finement of indoor study becomes a grind, the Tech student likes to pack up and head outdoors, where he can get some fresh air and pretend to study. But no matter how much studying is or is not done, there are always a few minutes for cramming. 36 H's Time for Class. . .Again There are two types of lectures at Tech: bad and worse e unless you are one of the lucky ones that have an inter- esting speaker. Naturally, the attitude of the student is proportional to the effec- tiveness of the professor. Some professors have attempted new ways of presenting the basics of a course, and the others, well . . . the oth- ers always will be the same. 3.. '1' e..- I . I '1 !: 2.?" ;--i-,u I v. '0 u 9 .. L f I O ' r . x , V I V .v ! ,. NA . ". Vx 7 5k I , m i S g! k P , M f r I'M. . '- w E x . V 6X E A . - ,, .K r w l ,- h A R '13; i $ v. ,0 -7 A ix '- . s I. 37 8 3 Labs Cure Afternoon Happiness Generally, two theories are held con- cerning lab. One is the official educa- tional view: laboratory sessions provide practical experience to supplement theo- retical knowledge. The other is the usual student view: labs are three or even six hours of afternoon hurry, worry and frus- tration. The truth about labs, as always, lies somewhere in the middle of these two views: labs are a very educational rip-off. 39 lam Dorms Provide Unique Living Experiences Dorm living is one of the many curses of college life fabled to be a valuable experience. If learning to barely survive in a completely depressing room, to sleep while ten drunks are roaming through the hall, and to enjoy sharing a bathroom with fifty strangers is important, then maybe it is such an experience. Most dorm residents would disagree. However, there are those unforgettable times such as the midnight obscenity wars between dorms, the weekly fire- cracker spectaculars, and of course the parties and card games. And, despite popular opinion, the dorm can even be a place to find a friend, to release the frus- trations of the day, and to just possibly make a home which will finally give the Techman a sense of belonging in this often bewildering atmosphere. Dorm Residenfs Pracfice Creafive Living m. '. F "KILWHHFHI "min f Streaking: Seeing Is Believing Warm weather, the threat of coming exams, and everyday frustrations finally combined to drive Tech to the madness of streaking. For weeks the news of streaking at other colleges had been fil- tering in, but no one really thought that it would happen here. Tech is apathetic, boring, and too lazy, isnt it? Well, Tech once again managed to defy popular opinion. The thrill of running in the buff just happened to strike home, and for e several nights the average student, if not streaking, was at least out with his beer on the street watching. For once, the Tech campus turned into a lively place where everyone was wearing a devious smile and where people suddenly seemed a little more friendly. 45 x: 7.? n' '1" ' t r Brotherly Ties . Vitalize Tech The Greek system at Tech is growing due to the support and dedication of the Greeks themselves. Whether its the Mini- 500, parties or rush, the students in sororities and fraternities have always exhibited enthusiasm and pride in both Tech and their respective chapters. A great deal of the success of such activi- ties as Homecoming, concerts, intramu- rats, and student government is due to the time and leadership provided by the Greeks. It is evident that without the efforts of these students, campus life at Tech would be a little less dynamic. 4. -.4 '9 h t H; mvw. e . 48 SJrudenJr Cen+er Offers New Field 01C Sfudy Tech's Student Center provides the student an opportunity for development in such areas as Pool 2101, Foosball 1592 and Lower Grades 6522. To take course 6522 you must pass the following prerequisites: Cafeteria 4913, Record Browsing 4333, Programs and Publica- tions 4295 and Empty Post Office Box 4715. Only after all the above have been suc- cessfully completed will the student receive his degree in normalcy. 'MQMIES E AB: M, w M v.4, 7. n 8 .1, Jv that a. Jl m... I I 500 MGM: 50 i .. .- ' :...mnhvrnwa. W- a . 0" nique A+Ian+a Flavor Has Big-Cify Spirif ' 1, J mcwoawm 69 68 Ba rs and Taverns Offer Solace. Relaxafion ,' r.,r 1?: .11 V! n! v "' v - 0 pi ..u ," : ' :Wg .l v'r".n-t.' VI ..'.'.. vc' l u... - U . ; ".' --v.d I ""V ...v-' .v---.""""v'. ; .nvvtu.......m. . V a u 11..... .'.. 97-'i'.V1-. a-- .... h""II- i 9 ampus" Includes ther Schools . 9-9;? 2; Y; laces +0 Learn Through Living The "Information for Prospective Stu- dents" catalogue says that one of the better aspects of Georgia Tech is its loca- tion in Atlanta. With diversified activities and places such as Underground Atlanta and the Omni nearby, Tech students are never at a loss for things to do oft-cam- pus. For easy talk and a beer, there's always Lum's or Manuel's, and of course Techmen are often found at Emory and Agnes Scott. Students inevitably find that there's much more to learning than textbooks and laboratories. Atlanta is a growing, vibrant city, and this spirit imparts a vital- ity to Tech that wouId be hard to match elsewhere. From entertainment to employment, from a small bar to a huge sports arena, Georgia Tech and Atlanta are indeed. "places to learn through liv- mg." Tech and AHamL Regisfrafion: A Forecasf of Things +0 Come Registration day is the first test of the patience and endurance of the Tech stu- dent. Usually cursed by rain, registration is often complicated by incomplete com- puter schedules and uncooperative advi- sors. Best known for endless lines, closed- out courses, and massive frustration, reg- istration is often seen as a forecast of' things to come. IAVAL' pot: ,waaawmmh" ? 5-.3 Tech Coeds Are Girls. Too 61 Girls: Top Some Still an Oddity Being a girl at Tech is being me oniy girl in a class where no one dares to sit closer than three seats away, being stared at but never spoken to, and being continually bombarded with the harrow- ing phrase. thpical Tech coed." It is wondering in which classes you do not have a Chance and which profs give grades proportional to dress length. We the choice of spending endless hours waiting for the Stinger or deciding to walk to area three, either through the muck or the long way around. It's eating at the beloved ttB K Steakhouse" across the street or cooking with odds and ends and washing dishes in the bathroom sink. And on the Hill, the ultimate relief is finally discovering a girls bathroom, even though it still says janitor on the door. But after many dateless weekends spent in the dorm, it suddenly becomes all worth- while when at one of those aIl-too-few frat parties, you are asked, ttAre you from Massey?" And you can proudly answer, "I am a Tech coed." 59 SUNGER Infirmary Repairs Ramblin' Recks The Infirmary is a small two story build- ing totally unknown to many Tech stu- dents. But for the nominal medical fee charged each quarter, students are enti- tled to its services. Several staff doctors are provided to administer treatment and medicine, and hospital care is available for a mere dollar per day and a dollar per meal. Although the Infirmary is deemed insufficient by many, in times of sickness or pain it can be a welcome service. 57 56 Pa rJr-Time Jocks Dominate Intramurals Intramural sports in general, and foot- ball in particular, appeal to many Tech- men because they offer an escape from the life ofva student, providing excite- ment, rivalry, competition, and good clean violence. Intramurals draw teams from Greeks, clubs and independents. Rated by Sports Illustrated as the most violent college pastime in the United States, Georgia Tech intramural football has achieved distinction for the school. Intramural football has been the cause of many a broken leg and torn ligament, but a certain comaraderie is created between the cripples. This is another positive aspect of intramurals; they help to mend the student body. 55 . V K r ,, - rugqu K 52 Groups Aid Survival at Tech Because Georgia Tech presents such a bewildering array of opportunities and frustrations, it often takes a while for stu, dents to feel as if they are part of the school. At first it may seem that the vari- ous groups and activities are just more of the complex establishment, believing that the mere process of getting involved would only add to the hassles. But as time progresses Tech students inevitably find that activity groups are a good way to express creativity and to share in the common hassles of Tech with other stu- dents. Unique Individuals Creafe a Unique Environmen+ When people think of Georgia Tech they often make the mistake of classifying students as engineers, scientists, and economists. However, these collective terms are inadequate to describe Tech students; if nothing else, these hRam- bling Recks" are individuals. Because they come from different geo- graphic locations and have differing backgrounds, each brings to Tech a uni- que set of attitudes and ideals. Although the registrar has statistics to the contrary, there is no average Tech student - just as Georgia Tech is no average University. 51 fores and Shops Exemplify AHanJra Variefy. . . v trvuyg , II.ZZ;W C ., . H .:. , TWA; h . yarn 11117,, usuuun, 73 74 . . gs +0 See - Mrfmtrg um-w, 76 OH-Campus Jobs q Confribque Experience bnd Monew 78 k t k k. k 5. t Special Evenfs P rovide . . w CAN I AT INS 82 Organizafions Rema 6 Popular Diversi- for TeCh S+Uden , ; : 0 rganizations are traditionally very ong at Georgia Tech. Students' indi- ual interests coupled with the need to ape from academics make participa- in campus organizations widespread. here are numerous excellent organi- ions at Tech, ranging from large, serv- , oriented associations tPublications. dent Center, Student Governmeno to all, special-interest clubs mangers, Flying Club, and others; Organizations are financed through various combinations of student activity tee allocations, independent revenue, and members' dues. The benefits pro- vided both the student body and the members of these groups are one of the most positive aspects of life at Georgia Tech. Sfudenfs Develop Skills and Provide Service Throum 4W volvemen+ in Organizafions m... Sfudenf Cenfer. Publicafions. and Sfudenf Governmenf Sfaffs Work +0 Serve AH Sfudenfs 87 88 Smaller Clubs Are Member-Orienfed .. V.,;gf" .3 a -1:3' 5's w w, . ":v V . . 'L' ' . 5d: 7F... . V 1:1 ukulMi 4V HDRHMW Above AH. Organizafions Provide a Break From Academic 90 92 Blueprint I974: hc It Will Fit. H's Fit to Print 1974 was an extremely unusual year for the Blueprint staff: for the first time in recent history there were no devastating crises, no irreconcilable personality clashes, and no spontaneoust-gener- ated disasters. Instead, the staff was able to concentrate on producing the finest possible yearbook for Georgia Tech. It is hoped that this goal has been achieved in the finished product. ABOVE RIGHT: Bob Kinsey, Editor-in-Chief. ABOVE, NEXT RIGHT: Roger Reisen, Classes Edi- tor. ABOVE, FAR RIGHT: Joe Bailey, Photo Editor. ABOVE, EXTREME RIGHT: Richard Huber. Organi- zations Editor. RIGHT: Larry Nayior. publishing company representative. NEXT RIGHT: Jay Einspa- nier, Student Life Editor. FAR RIGHT: Jeff Lane. Stu- dent Life; Gary Bottoms, Associate Editor and Stu- dent Life Editor; Gerald Clark, Student Life. EXTREME RIGHT: Jon Young. Organizations Editor. BELOW RIGHT: Chip Ossman, Fraternities Editor. BELOW, NEX T RIGHT: Janet Cunningham, Student Life. EEK KKK ,4 Ngwmm- - Mmmwmp-sx mm. w 94 Eweprinf ABOVE RIGHT: John Lee. Business Manager. RIGHT: Bob Wilkins, Sports Editor, and Teri Rogers, Student Lila. BELOW RIGHT: Tom Tullia, Sports Editor. BELOW FAR RIGHT: Sheryl George, Frater- nities. ' Bsueprinf Business SfaH LEFT: John Lee. Business Manager; Pearce Reeve. Jim Classen. BELOWLEFT: Fred Reynolds. The Technique: "A Cynical Newspa per for a Cynical School" The Technique, promoted as "the South's Liveliest College Newspaper? stumbled through another year of typoe garaphical errors, bungled layouts, and subjective news stories. Actually, the Technique was an inform- ative and powerful voice on the campus; particularly well done were editorials dealing with controversial Tech issues such as parking policies, campus plan- ning, the role of student government, and the academic standards to be required of jocks. The acquisition of the'Chicago Daily News wire service added a new dimension to filler and feature material available to the staff. The comic strip "Doonesbury," which was dropped from Atlanta papers because of its politically controversial nature, became a popular weekly feature in the Technique. "Buil- Winkle," a tongue-in-cheek advice col- umn whose main objective was to insult everyone and everything at Tech, was an unqualified success. Working for the Technique was both challenging and rewarding. To quote Managing Editor Mark Percich: "do you think i like staying up all night? Do you think I like failing quizzes? Do you think I like half of the administration and faculty hating my guts? Do you think I like putting out a mediocre fish wrapper? Hell no, I don't. But it sure beats the hell out of any- thing else lim doing here." ABOVELEFT: Steve Harris. Editor. FAR LEFT: Sharon McEnearney, Executive Secretary. CEN- TER: Mark Percich, Managing Editor. LEFT: Robbie Sanders, Business Manager. BELOW, FAR LEFT: Editorial Board Meeting. BELOW LEFT: Dave Dinkins, News Editor. BELOW- Janyce Tomcak, Composer. BELOWFHGHT: Chuck Till, Sports Editor. BOTTOM, FAR LEFT: Becky Petty, Business Staff. BOTTOM LEFT: Charlie O'Hanlon, Features Editor. BOTTOM: Steve Ashby, News Writer. Technique The Erafo: Lifera ry Reck of Georgia Tech BELOW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Cowan Moss, Richard Owens, David Downing hon top of cao, Greg. 8. Wood, Editor, Steve Hays, John Ballou. Georgia Tech's literary magazine, Erato, enables students to exercise I creativity outside of the classroom h ries, poems, and essays are publishe- the magazine, as well as graphic arts . photography. The Erato is open to anyone wishin- submit a piece; cash awards are gran for the material selected as the besl each category. The Erato is published roughly 0 each quarter and is distributed free charge to the Tech community. Like a literary Titanic, the Rambler, aorgia Techts humor and feature maga- le, slipped quietly to oblivion this year again. Several times before, most :ently in 1969. attempts had been 1de to propel the publication to the pin- cle of success. Unfortunately, in 1974, in years past. this humor magazine ned out to be no laughing matter and is laid to rest. The demise of the Ram- er was brought on by student apathy: a second and finaD issue sold a mea- r200 copies. JANUAIYIHIIUAIV '97:! Hf" CfNIS The Rambter: No Laughing Matter Photo Club Promotes Photography Photography is both an art and a tool; the Photo Club provides photographers with the information and experience nec- essary to realize the fullest potential of this unusual medium. The Photo Club, which has its headquarters in the old YMCA building on North Avenue, offers photo courses in both composing and developing pictures, and features com- plete darkroom facilities. Seminars are held in figure and commercial photogra- phy to familiarize the photographer with various aspects of the profession. " e.tunnzomLW-magnaw WR EK Revises gram WREK, lithe most powerful student operated station," decided this year to be more responsive to what the students want to hear. In February, the station changed its programang by dropping most of their jazz and blues and initiated new listener-participation contests. Pop- ular programming like 'lFourth Tower of I Inverness" and its sequel, "Moon I Morocco', were broadcasted. WFi' located on top of the EB Buildino operated by students with all progr ming being selected by a student gram director and all mike broadc and interviews being done by trained dent disc jockeys. As it has been said, "There's a little bit thespian in all of us," and Drama Tech ists to provide an opportunity to use :t acting talent. Whether your bent is ard acting or toward producing and ecting, Drama Tech encourages new es and new ideas. Plays for the '74 ason included "What the Butler Saw," 'tThe Adding Machine," and 'The Lion in Winter." English credit can be earned for working with Drama Tech, as well as the satisfaction of putting together a well- received show. Below are scenes from the Drama Tech production "What the Butler Saw." 7V :i . Thespians Thrive at Despite Good Intentions. S.E.A. Makes Little Progress The Student Council at Georgia Tech provides a necessaw link between under- graduate opinions and administration policies. The only real power of Student Government is to make recommenda- tions to those in positions of authority; however, the influence of the SGA is con- siderable since it reflects the desires of the student body. The 1973-1974 session of the Student Council set out to humanize the Tech campus. President Greg Williams led the movement with impressive prose and innovative programs, but the effort was killed by apathy. As the year progressed, the council lost much of its purposeful- ness; personality conflicts and political maneuvering became characteristic of the council's performance. The SGA rallied briefly during its con- t sideration of the budget for fiscal year t 1975. Unity was short-lived, however. as very questionable Finance Committee T T recommendations split the council into highly antagonistic factions. Ultimately, responsible leadership and a hard core of concerned members resolved the legisla- tive and ideological differences on how to allocate $425,000.00. ABOVE RIGHT: Greg Williams, President. ABOVE, CENTER: Kim Carter, Vice President. ABOVE, FAR RIGHT: Dennis White Gem and Scott Rutherford, newly-elected Vice President and President, respectively. RIGHT:A council meeting in progress. CENTER RIGHT AND FAR RIGHT: The Food Co-op. a service program administered by Student Govern- ment. 106 P5 K Student Center Centralizes Student Activities One of the few things every Tech stu- dent has in common with every other Tech student is the Student Center. Even if all you do is check your mail andior glance at the new issues of Penthouse and Playboy at the bookstore, you are using one of the services of the Student Center. The Student Center, now known as the Fred B. Wenn Student Center, offers almost every conceivable convenience for the student body. in addition to the post office and the bookstore, the Stu- dent Center boasts a twelve-lane bowling alley, facilities for pool and foosball, a barber shop, a complete crafts work- shop, an art gallery, and a music brows- ing room where students can check out headphones and listen to any of 800 pop- ular selections or a complete classical collection. The cafeteria, which has had a prob- lem with student apathy in the past, has initiated specials such as Sunday pizza and an ice cream cooler in an attempt to regain student confidence. Offices for student government, stu- dent publications, programs, and admin- istration are located on the third floor, along with meeting rooms which may be checked out by members of the Tech community. The professional head, Director Roger Wehrle, and student head, President Wayne Parker, also have offices there. KKPsi: Service Through Music 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 1. John Kendall 2. John McKinnon 3. Bob Holland 4. Roy McGaughey 5. Bo Arduengo 6. Ed Delulia 7. Bob DiVito 8. Tony Colbert 9. Dave Disney 10. Ron Cross 11. Les Cakes 12. John Havriluk 110 24. Terry Stockdale George Taylor Wright McCartney Lloyd Neal, Secretary Mike Thackston Richard Morris Bruce Boomer Lewis Hays Jim Grier, Treasurer Cecil Conkle George Haines, Vice President Phil Dodd. President Kappa Kappa Psi, with chapters at o 150 colleges and universities, is t national honorary fraternity for ba members. The ninth oldest chapter in t fraternity, Techts Iota Chapter defines purpose as the promotion of must experience through service to the ba school, and community. Tutoring services for band memb concerts at childrents hospitals, a leadership experience in the band it are just a few of the things that Ka- Kappa Psi does to further its high ideal ives of Georgia Tech students take ctive part in campus affairs through Dames Club. This organization serves : social base for its members; in addi- , it provides an outlet for efforts as -rse as educational programs and munity service projects. he club also sponsors activities of ial interest to its members through- he year. S+uden+s' Wives Make Up Dames Club .The Baptist Student Union at Georgia Tech is a fine blend of the sacred and the secular. The atmosphere is one of Chris- tian outreach and fellowship that pro- motes friendships, involvement, and spir- itual growth. The BSU has traditionally been one of the strongest organizations on campus, from its intramural programs to its Bible study groups; large numbers of students take advantage of the Center's activities and facilities. Regularly scheduled events this year TIII WIN Illlll SEW IISIIIIIl I mum Immm ll Slllllt um en must mvmm included a weekly celebration worst service, a weekly vespers service, wee Bible studies and share groups, wee community ministry projects, and de lunches during the week. Some of the available facilities a classrooms, meeting rooms, a dini room, crafts area, television, recreat room, and extensive lounge areas. The Baptist Center is open to all s dents and is readily accessible for Oh tian counseling, academic tutoring, a many other important services. 1! r ' 1 . u .. S.U. Provides Chrisfian OuHeJr on +he Tech Campus . r. 1; . N .4. L.?ttq gulu ix Reck Club Challenge to Overcome Student Apathy PICTURED BELOW, LEFF TO RIGHT: Beau Armi- stead. Russ Smith, Pilar Esteve, Bill Berry. Sally Jabaley, Hal Ivey, Lanny Thomas. Vice President; Janet Cunningham, Treasurer: Bitsy Shepherd. George Smith, Pat McDonald, Glen Collins, Dave McMahon. Bill Wilkinson, Jim Greyard. Bill Chewn- Ing. Almost everyone in the South is tam with its name; yet, strange as it seem, few people really know what Ramblint Reck Club actually does. M bers are responsible for the care of ModeI-T that is so symbolic of Tech, they also preserve many other traditi that Tech has acquired over the ye The club actively participates in the p ning of Homecoming, planning . implementation of pep rallies, and co- nation of the flash card section for f ball games. Reck members also actively involved in the Homeco Trike Race, the Ramblin' Reck Par the Mini-500, and the Freshman C Races. Ipha Kappa Psi, Tech's professional iness fraternity, is dedicated to the dy and practice of business. Once a Ie bastion, Alpha Kappa Psi has reor- ized itself this year to allow women to the club. hrough field trips to companies in and und Atlanta, the club feels that poten- industrial managers will see and erstand the problems that an IM grad- e might face when he breaks into the iness world on his own. On the social -, the fraternity sponsors smokers and ties to give the members a chance to ociate informally with each other and ttract potential members who have an rest in business. . H'auiuu , '1 t Alpha Kappa Psi Opens Membership to Tech Coeds PICTURED BELOW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Frank Ftem- ing. Jerry Boyd, George Weidman, Master of Ritu- als; Greg Huddlestion, Scott Stewart, Wade Wilson. Tom White, Vice President; Phil Smith, Treasurer; Bob Turner, Zebedee Linder. 115 ll6 , . The Georgia Tech Rangers are a . of highly motivated cadets and mid men who train in the more excitin- interesting areas of military life. A 3. organization, the Rangers have u taken a great deal of adventure train the past year and usually conduct field exercises per quarter; these cises offer training in orienteering, p ling, survival, and water operations. Membership in the Rangers has doubled since the club won the Ra Raft Race and led a mountaineerin to Dahlonega. In Tuesday cla aspects of military operations are t including personal first-aid, wea and rope techniques. a m I , 9' l, u' T - I'" anley Moorhouse nhn Edens . Rick Hull . Mary Jane Healy . Van Chatraw T Frank Patterson . CheriLightsey . Susan Lnenicka . Dianne Hanes . Beth Goolsby . Debbie Miller . Gary Proctor . Tia Patton . Wendy Lesser . Jim Winters . TerriAnderson . Suzie Britton . EstherJimenez . Sam Coppock . Roben Amason . Alan Holley . Joe Price . Marguerite Fride . John Lee . MichaeIHynek . Bud Willians . KarlCaIdwelI . John Thomas . Tom Obra . Steve Whelan . Dallas Morgan, Captain . Terence Chan . Michaie Bebo A Daryllngram . H.G. Hostetter, Colonel . Ron Porter . Edward Delulio The Arnold Air Society, an honorary organization to recognize outstanding leadership in AFROTC, furthers the pur- pose, traditions, and concepts of the United States Air Force. Emphasis is placed on creating a closer relationship between the Air Force and Tech's ROTC program. The production of more effec- tive officers is a primary goal of this organization; special effons are devoted to the development of air- and space-age citizenship. Angel Flight, sister organization to the AAS, is an honorary whose objectives are to aid the AAS, promote interest in the Air Force, and to serve as official hostesses of Georgia Tech. The women take part in commencement exercises, social teas, commissioning ceremonies for the Air Force, and various social projects off campus. I.D.C. Ads as Voice for Dormifory Residenfs Students living in dormitories at Geor- gia Tech are represented in matters of housing policy by the Interdormitory Council. Not only does the council pro- vide input from residents when decisions are being made; it also acts to coordinate activities among dorms. Members are elected by the residents of each dorm in Areas I, II, and III. RIGHT, LEFT TO RIGHT: LionelJellins, Vice Presi- dent; Gary Schwarzmueller. Housing Office Direc- tor; Bud Moeller, President; Doris Bowers, Women's Housing; Judy Rice, Secretary. 118 Sunday Celebration Featured at Wesley Foundation t' , t The Wesley Foundation, an organize- 'a5 4;; 38 Qi , e tion operated by the Methodist church, A r ' K. . . gives students of the Methodist faith a - t - n . 9 . g 2 place to gather and talk with other stu- t dents. Programs such as classical music appreciation. New and Old Testament Studies, a seminar on science fiction as literature, and the famed Sunday Cele- bration help to round out the many pro- grams offered by the foundation. xxv. W.5f.4.m.j-..l 119 Men s Glee Club Invaded by Girls Chorale Early in the school year the Tech Men s Glee Club performed in con- certs with both Tift College and Agnes Scott. After these successes, they turned their efforts toward the Spring Tour with their new counterpart, the Tech Giris' Chorale. Singing both sep- arately and in mixed numbers. the group toured the South during spring break, and made various perform- ances in the Atlanta area. Vth nextyeafsincreased budget and addition of girls, the Glee Club for- sees more opportunities to present the adSHcandexmesgvesweofGemgm Tech. A444 wmeowmawwewme . Pam Jenkins . Pat Rainey Donna Rambo Bill Solomon Cheryl Tilley Mike McDonald Steve Farrow Richard Ennis . Mark Thomas . Lindsey Smith . Jeff Haffele . Betsey Green . Gail Paul . Paul Springer . Bill Westbrook . Teddy Smith . Keith Bush . John Clark . Jerry Black . Sam Robinson . John Norris . Steve Haffele SGinga. Griffin 24. I Susan Flint . Chuck Burleson . Becky Greer . Cris Horton . Steve Snoddy . Leon Hendee . Steve Fox . Mano Siverio . Kim Lyons . Teri Rogers . Lloyd Bryant . Mary Fincher . Mark Lester .Charles Stone . Danny Griggs . Linda Hoddy . Jim Weatherford . Jane Foster . Connie Sims John Williams 441 thletes who have earned a varsity 'tTt' eligible for membership in the T-Club. . organization builds friendships ng jocks whose common bond is achievement. Members of this club uch to represent the image of the ete to the general student body; ough the T-Club is largely social, its -rmen work hard to promote and par- ate in service programs benefitting rgia Tech. T-Club Draws Varsity LeHermen Together Km..- I , 122 Graduate Senate Characterized by Good Judgement and Flexibility 1974 was a year in which the Graduate Student Senate came into its own: after being represented as "unnecessary, incompetent, and unrealistic" by other campus power groups, the senate dis- played objectivity and common sense in its handling of student affairs. DiAnne Bradford, the controversial and often-criticized Graduate Student Presi- dent, took the lead in examining some touchy Tech issues such as student sala- ries, line-iteming budgets, and proce- d ures for allocating money. The senate also participates in pro- grams designed to benefit students directly - for example, the Food Co-op, which brings groceries to the Tech com- munity at considerable savings. ABOVE RIGHT: DiAnne Bradford, President. ABOVE, FAR RIGHT: Senate meeting. RIGHT AND FAR RIGHT: Senate-supported Food Co-op. f AXM': l4 uh .47 International students make up a la segment of the Georgia Tech commu the organization itself is made up of p ple from all over the world. The ISO h- orient newly arriving foreign students the United States in general and Geo Tech in particiular. Through the CI efforts, other Tech students beco more aware of foreign students. he major Co-op effort of the winter arter is Casino Night. at version of ino gambling. What Casino Night -s to break up the stretch between ristmas and spring vacation, Field Day -s to liven up the stifling summer; this .ject has become a Tech tradition in last few years and is the highlight of quanen Co-op l Livens Up Summer and Winter cooougumhmmd . TerriHarris . Ray Seng . Gene McPherson . Butch Kegiey . Bob Tharp Carol . David Larrimore . Martina Flanagan . ClintThompson A Butch'sgirl 4H . Greg Jones . Butch's giri $t2 . Butch's girl 1:3 . Jim Cook . Tony Ciampagiio . Caeraidrop . George Rosenberger . Wayne "Cat" Moore . Kaereidner . An Smart . Doug'iHappy" Hooker . PaulD'Entremont . Paul'sfriend . "WillieT." Traynham . Jim Haskell . Paula Flanagan . David"Streak" Cook . Mark Evans . Steve Lubs . David"Snake" Colvard . Danny Reed . Donald Varner D f I" . I I ? ,,A:fl,":';?; .9 I I 971'. q": Tech's Band Sets Sports +0 Music Every student, alumni, and follower of Georgia Tech is familiar with the school's band. The bands most dynamic showing is during the fall football season, when thousands thrill to Ramblin' Heck from Georgia Tech; each stadium perform- ance grows out of hours of practice. When the football season gives way to basketball games, the band moves indoors to entertain and fire up the crowds. Caron Hinfon. Miss Blueprinf Miss Kem Hall Miss Bess Clarkson 133 mm ei nm 3 s ze IT em r NH mm a CM Miss Janice Harden Miss Carol Williford Miss Jane1L Thomason I38 Miss Margaref Crawford 139 140 Miss Ka+hie Day 142 S a C U L a r 6 IO rl a B S .5 Inld Ill. '4! Ifllllpl Inuit. t g .. ... .Lx. ., , . ail .1. -ACADEMICS'AG :S 145 Academic Conflict Initiates Change Change and conflict characterized academics at the Georgia Institute of Technology this year. Yet, the conflicts resulted in little change, and the changes were subtle; the most noticeable was the change from three digit to four digit course numbers. Architecture students and faculty pro- tested for better conditions, while Indus- trial Management found a growing need for expansion. The Athletic Association went aca- demic in supporting the removal of calcu- lus as a requirement. But, the administra- tion was afraid to touch the legend of cal- culus and football which together add to the Georgia Tech mystique. Social science and English, the liberal arts at the Institute, expanded their cur- ricula to give technical students a broader scope of the outside world. In an attemptto improve faculty teach- ing effectiveness, the new Student-Fac- ulty Committee worked on tests for teacher evaluation. Research within the departments was at an all-time high, and more projects were initiated with more dollars funding them than ever before. Biological and energy research was emphasized at the Engineering Experiment Station. Constant curricular revision and evalu- ation enables the stability of Georgia Tech academics to endure. 3., . . . . a . 4 T V , Us ... g u , Common Denominafor o1C All Tech Sfudenfs I48 Sfudying Library Provides Place +0 Sfudy for S+uden+s o1C All Kinds 150 :2 .. u , "'ii551vf15ti VWV LC... 152 Lab Experience Complemenfs Classroom Lecfures '. ,v .3.,4,,I..g:lga3$ "'H .n' v ' . 5:523:31- .. , .h. . .u ... .. . .g . -.-.-,,......m W. .. ar-t i I 153 Presidenf Joseph M. PeJrJriJr: Tech Today and Tomorro 154 is a privilege to greet you as Tech's sident e still a new president but oming more a part of Tech with each sing month. With two years behind I could say i have finished my itsoph- ure" year! otually, of course, I have spent more thirty years on the staffs of four dit- nt academic institutions, so I can say some confidence that Georgia Tech quality institution and one that is oving. You are fortunate to be here e agenda for progress constitutes a a list. I suppose everyone at Tech has his own list. We will not be growing in the' near future, but we do need more faculty and staff in certain areas. In other areas we could accomodate more students. We have a spacious campus with many fine modern buildings, but we need to improve its esthetics and to add some major building space for Industrial Man- agement, Industrial and Systems Engi- neering, and Architecture. We need some major renovating in the older dor- mitories. We need to learn how to articulate first class academics with first class athletics. None of these are truly new in universities a but they are new to Tech. We must find our own way forward. We will. You who are seniors will become Tech alumni at the end of the year. Alumni have been an important factor in Techls progress - through their counsel, through leadership in state and national affairs, and through their generosity to their alma mater. I trust that this past year at Tech has been rewarding to you, that you have had some fun along with the hard work, and that you may have developed a taste for learning which will abide in the years ahead. 156 The Vice Presidenfs and He Deans o1c +he Colleges TOP, LEFT TO RIGHT: Dr. Vernon Crawford. Vice President for Academic Affairs; Ewell Barnes, Vice President for Business and Finance; Dr. Clyde Rob- bins, Vice President for Campus Planning. CEN- TER: Frank Roper. Registrar. BOTTOM, LEFT TO RIGHT: Dr. Ferdinand Levy, Dean of the College of Industrial Management; Dr. Thomas Stelson, Dean of the Engineering College; Dr. Henry Valk, Dean of the General CoUege. 8 5 1. Deans of SJrudenJrs TOP LEFT: Miller Templeton. Dean of International Student Affairs. TOP RIGHT: James Dull. Dean of Students. BOTTOM, LEF T TO RIGHT: Judith Priddy, Dean of Women Students; Jerry Gallups, Dean of Frarernity Affairs; Edwin Kohler. Associate Dean of Students. The Direcfors of Schools and Deparfmenfs . wm l. v v' . 'f' ' L W ,0' Dr. Arnold L. Ducoffe Col. Henry G. Hostetter Mr. Paul M. Heffernan Col. Andrew J. Waldrop Aerospace Engineering Air Force ROTC. Architecture Army ROTC. Dr. John W. Crenshaw, Jr Biology Dr. Joseph L. Pentecost Ceramic Engineering Dr. G. L. Bridger Dr. J. Aaron Bertrand Dr. William M. Sangster Dr. Demetrius T. Pari Chemical Engineering Chemistry Civil Engineering Electrical Engineerin- Dr. David B. Comer Ill Dr. Charles E. Weaver Dr. Harold E. Smalley English Geophysical Sciences Health Systems Dr. Robert N Lehrer Dr. Vladimir Slamecka Dr. John D. Neff Dr. Stothe P. Kezios I.C.S. Mathematics Mechanical Engineering Dr. James D. Wright Modern Languages Capt. Donald M. Sullivan Dr. Lynn E. Weaver Mr. William D. Beavers Navy R.O.T.C. Nuclear Engineering Physical Education James R. Stevenson Dr. Edward H. Loveland Dr. Patrick Kelley Dr. W. Denney Freeston Physics Psychology Social Sciences Textile Engineering I61 162 A.E. Gives Wide Exposure AEROSPACE ENGINEERING Georgia Tech's School of Aerospace Engineering concentrates on all aspects of vehicular flight, at all speeds and at all altitudes. It covers all phases of research, design, and development in this broad area. Aerospace engineers also serve on teams working to solve problems in civil, mechanical, ocean, and other branches of engineering. AIR FORCE R.O.T.C. Air Force R.O.T.C. offers a course of study leading to a commission in the Air Force. The General Military Course dur- ing the first two years includes a survey of the military organization and its history, while the Professional Officers Course during the third and fourth years includes a study of United States defense policy and principles of management and lead- ership. Career opportunities for R.O.T.C. grad- uates in the Air Force contribute to the program's popularity at Tech. ABOVE RIGHT: Aerospace Engineering. ABOVE, FAR RIGHT: Architecture. RIGHT: Air Force ROTC. FAR HIGHTsArmy R.O.T.Ct llll SMBKlll u? l l Architects CombatL Over-Crowdihg ARCHITECTURE Students and faculty in the School of Architecture worked together this year to combat problems brought about by an extremely increased enrollment. New buildings are planned for construction, but in the meantime labs have had to be relocated to Brown Dormitory and the Old Civil Engineering Building. Plans were also being made to make the Archi- tecture School an autonomous college. The high quality of education that has existed in previous years managed to continue through it all. ARMY ROTC. Several steps have been taken by Army ROTC. to give a personal approach to its cadets; a color guard gave successful performances this year, and a new drill team was set up. Opportunities for air- borne training and a summer Ranger Camp gave valuable out-of-the Class- room experience. Biology Enhanced by Faculty BIOLOGY The remarkable rate of growth of the School of Biology in the last year has cul- minated in a quantum jump in regard to faculty expansion and a major reorgani- zation and expansion of curriculum and educational programs. Drs. Strange, Anderson, Porterfield, and other new fac- ulty members have greatly improved course offerings and research capabili- ties of the school. CERAMICENGINEERING Ceramic engineering applies sound scientific and engineering principles to manufacturing problems in the ceramic industry. These problems are challenging because both physical and Chemical reactions occur at the high temperatures used in manufacture; measurements are difficult; and cost constraints for econom- ical production are ever present. The School of Ceramic Engineering provides many opportunities to solve these prob- lems by offering specialization within the field. CHEMICAL ENGINEERING Curriculum revision within the School of Chemical Engineering has resulted in additional electives and computer appli- cations. There are now a large number of areas of specialization being developed, such as plastics and pulp and paper technology. Graduates of chemical engi- neering are in demand and continue to find high-paying jobs, despite fluctua- tions in other engineering fields. CHEMISTRY Development in the School of Chemis- try has continued for the past few years. One area into which it has expanded is the field of biochemistry. Both older and newly acquired faculty have become interested in applying chemical research to biological systems and processes; x- ray diffraction, electrochemistry, and spectroscopy are some of the methods used in these studies. ABOVE RIGHT: Biology. ABOVE, FAR RIGHT: Ceramic Engineering. RIGHT: Chemistryt FAR RIGHT: Chemical Engineering. 164 166 Civil Engineering Studies Traffic P roblems CIVIL ENGINEERING The School of Civil Engineering encompasses a large number of speciali- zations, ranging from surveying to sanita- tion. Among them is traffic engineering; the school conducts yearly workshops on the subject of traffic signals. Participants come from all over Georgia and apply the techniques learned at Tech to the prob- lems in their own towns. Engineering Graphics became a part of the school last year. It continues to develop the drawing skills students might need in a future career. L. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING The largest undergratuate school at Georgia Tech, Electrical Engineering, constantly updates its programs to keep pace with changes in the profession. Innovations in teaching methods such as computer teaching, video-taped presen- tations, and credit by exam are being tried. Twenty new young professors have been added and have done much to improve student-taculty relationships. ABOVE RIGHT: Civil Engineering. ABOVE, FAR RIGHT: English. RIGHT: Electrical Engineering. FAR RIGHT: Engineering Science and Mechanics. EngHsh Deparhnen+ Breaks Technical Rouhne ENGLISH To balance out their technical educa- tion, many Tech students turn to the Eng- lish Department. Lower-Ievel core curric- ulum courses examine stories. plays, poetry, famous authors, and famous pieces of literature; students are evalu- ated primarily through themes. Upper- Ievel courses, although they are not required, have been popular with stu- dents. The content and format of these courses are varied, with panel discus- sions, compositions, and out-of-class projects making up the required work. The English Department continues to add a necesary liberal arts dimension to ones Georgia Tech education. ENGINEERING SCIENCE AND MECHANICS The primary objective of the under- graduate curriculum in Engineering Sci- ence and Mechanics is to prepare stu- dents for careers in engineering and rela- ted fields. In addition, programs in E.S.M. provide an excellent educational base for the engineering student who decides to enter such non-engineering fields as medicine, law, or business. While the program emphasizes fundamental prinic- ples and techniques of mathematics and engineering science, eighty hours of elective credit allow the student to pursue in some depth technically-related areas of particular interest to him. I68 Man's Physical Environment Draws Attention GEOPHYSICAL SCIENCE The School of Geophysical Sciences offers a graduate study program for those interested in understanding the earth's and man's physical environment at the surface of the earth. The term "Geophy- sical Sciences" is used in the broadest sense to include both the physics and chemistry of the earth, its waters, and its atmosphere. Special emphasis is given to studies of man's modification of his phys- ical environment. Joint research with engineers is encouraged so that students can relate their basic scientific studies to the solution of environmental problems. HEALTH SYSTEMS Health Systems, the newest depart- ment at Georgia Tech, has a very flexible program and promises successful careers for its graduates. In addition to term projects and hospital tours, the cur- riculum also includes on-the-job training and forms an excellent Pre-Med or Pre- Dental program. ABOVE RIGHT: Geophysical Sciences; ABOVE, FAR RIGHT: Industrial Management; RIGHT: Health Systems; FAR RIGHT: Information and Computer Science. .. I I I J 7 i .i j Lee .ev Industrial Management Proves to Be Unique and Effective INFORMATION AND COMPUTER SCIENCE Established in 1963 as the world's first academic program in information sci- ence, Georgia Tech's School of Informa- tion and Computer Science is today among the largest computer science schools in the United States. This achievement mirrors the fantastic growth and potential of the computer industry. The school offers degrees for both pro fessional and research oriented careers and in many areas of specialization. I.C.S. students have free access to the school's extensive computer laboratory which includes three computer systems and a wide array of special information processing devices. INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT The College of Industrial Management is the largest single instructional unit on the Georgia Tech campus. Differing in philosophy with most undergraduate schools of management, I.M.'s program is based on a science and engineering background. Students take two full years of science. engineering, and mathemat- ics in addition to social science and humanities prior to beginning their man- agement courses. Management schools throughout the United States stress a liberal arts back- ground, as opposed to one of science. Due to this philosophic difference, the industrial management graduate of Tech is more readily able to assume a position of moderate responsibility with an engi- neering firm upon graduation. 170 I.S.Y.E. Becomes Less Technical INDUSTRIAL AND SYSTEMS ENGINEERING Georgia Tech's School of Industrial and Systems Engineering is the largest industrial engineering school in the United States. As the need for industrial engineering increases in service indus- tries and in the area of socio-economic activities, further programs have been developed to stress the industrial engi- neer's impact on society. It is not unusual to find today's graduate working in gov- ernmental systems, transportation sys- tems, and even churches, in addition to their traditional work for manufacturing industries. MATH EMATICS The School of Mathematics has recently revised its requirements and offerings at all levels both to prepare the professional mathematician and to assist in the preparation of students entering into other fields. They hope to make these conceptual tools of mathematics more interesting, more useful and even more available to all students and to the professional community. RIGHT: Mathematics; FAR RIGHT: Mechanical Engineering; BELOW RIGHT: Industrial and Sys- tems Engineering; BELOW, FAR RIGHT: Modern Languages. 5.4a"; M.E. Tailored to Individual MECHANICAL ENGINEERING The School of Mechanical Engi- neering has a curriculum that allows students the opportunity to develop their individual interests in such areas as design, dynamics and fluid mechanics. Heat transfer, kinematics, and philosophy of design. also offered as fields of interest, further show the versatility of the ME. program. Graduate stu- dents also have a broad range of fields open to them for specializa- tion, a few of which are bioengi- neering, combustion, and fluidics and fluid power. MODERN LANGUAGES The continuing development of the Department of Modern Lan- guages has already shifted the emphasis of the instructional pro- gram from the exclusively lower- divisional to the increasingly upper- divisional. Reflecting, as it does, more advanced preparation on the part of the staff, that specifically instructional development has not - occurred in isolation; it has been accompanied by an increase in the capacity of the department for research. In consequence of these two aspects of its progress, the department is becoming qualified for serving Georgia Tech more fully than ever before. x $5.23, N.E. Challenged by Energy Crisis NAVYR.O.T.C. The N.R.O.T.C. unit at Georgia Tech, established in 1926 as one of the first in the country, is among the largest of over fifty Navy units currently in commission. The Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps provides a source of qualified offi- cers for the Navy, Marine Corps, Naval Reserve, and Marine Corps Reserve. Every year, newly commissioned officers are sent from the N.R.O.T.C. unit at Tech to the fleet for duty on surface ships, sub- marines, aviation units, and staff billets throughout the world. NUCLEAR ENGINEERING Nuclear engineering plays an impor- tant role in the development of educa- tional programs and research to meet the challenge of the energy crisis and its environmental impact. Research in the area of advanced energy conversion concepts, nuclear power plant safety, and the transportation of nuclear waste have been initiated. During the past year the School of Nuclear Engineering has undergone an extensive revision of its instructional pro- gram reflecting the demands of industry and government for nuclear engineers. A Bachelor Degree program resulted in response to these demands. PHYSICAL EDUCATION The past year has been one of consid- erable change and progress for the Phys- ical Education and Recreation Depart- ment. The Board of Regents authorized a change in the name of the department from Physical Training to the present title, and also broadened its responsibilities. In addition to the academic and intramural athletic programs, the department will also be responsible for recreational and some non-varsity athletics. Particular emphasis has been placed on providing instruction and recreation for the increas- ing coed population at Georgia Tech. ABOVE, FAR LEFT: Physical Education. ABOVE LEFT: Navy Ft.O.T.C. FAR LEFT: Nuclear Engineer- ing. LEFT: Physical Education. Physics Offers Elective Freedom PHYQCS Basic service courses for freshmen and sophomores are offered by the School of Physics. Advanced service courses for students of engineering, sci- ence, or mathematics, and advanced work leading to the Bachelors, Masters, and Doctoral Degrees are also offered. Great elective freedom in the under- graduate and graduate programs enable students to enjoy a wide variety of inter- ests and to work out suitable programs of study. PSYCHOLOGY The psychology curriculum, planned to provide breadth, depth, and flexability, allows students to plan sixty-three hours of elective credits and features an effec- tive advisory system. Close student-fac- ulty interaction and the input of student suggestions into the curriculum increase the extent to which the program meets the students, needs. ABOVE RIGHT: Physics. ABOVE, FAR RIGHT: Psy- chology. RIGHT: Textile Engineering. FAR RIGHT: Social Science. Textile Engineers Find Laboratory RelietC SOCIAL SCIENCE History, philosophy and history of sci- ence, political science, and sociology are the four disciplines from which course- work is drawn for the Department of Social Sciences. Each teaches the stu- dent how to temper a technical education with considerations of ethical, philosophi- cal, and historical issues; to cultivate a critical awareness and perspective on problems that arise between society and its developing technology. Social science electives are popular, both as a liberal arts outlet and as a complement to tech- nical courses. TEXTILE ENGINEERING The Schoo! of Textile Engineering pre- pares students for challenging and rewarding careers in the textile industry, the country's largest manufacturing com- plex. Three study programs are available, encompassing polymer, fiber, textile engineering, science, and management. During the past year a student-operated and managed business venture was initi- ated to replace conventional laboratory sessions. Student projects were also car- ried out interfacing mini-computers with various types of manufacturing equip- ment to achieve process control not pre- viously possible. EES Dominates Research Activities at Georgia Tech The Engineering Experiment Station at Georgia Tech is a major center for advanced technology in Georgia and the Southeast. With a large, full-time staff of scientists and engineers, it conducts research of national significance, pro- vides services and facilities to the faculty and students of Georgia Tech, and sup- ports the economic and technological growth of the State. Through its various departments and divisions, the Engineering Experiment Station operates an extensive complex of modern research facilities. These facili- ties are housed in five major buildings on, and near, the Tech campus and in numerous smaller specialized laborator- Ies. The major proportion of research work at the Station is supported by contracts with industry and the Federal Govern- ment. The Georgia Tech Research Insti- tute, a private non-profit corporation closely associated with the Engineering Experiment Station, is organized to han- dle the contractual relations with external agencies. There is appreciable involvement in research and instruction between the staff of the Station and the academic schools and departments of Georgia Tech. 176 V :5 5.3.9. - : :f . 3v. .zwui. . .tgln7 ngxw Vt Applied Sciences Does Research for NASA The Applied Sciences Department of the Engineering Experiment Station is made up of five divisions: the High Temp- erature Materials Division, Nuclear and Biological Sciences Division, Physical Sciences Division, the Analytical Instru- mentation Laboratories, and the Office of Radiological Safety. The High Temperature Materials Divi- sion doesextensive testing on how sub- stances and structures react to extreme temperatures. Principal areas of investi- gation include radomes for various craft and window materials for NASAts Space Shuttle. The Nuclear and Biological Sciences Division is primarily concerned with applying technology to the life sciences. To this end, the Georgia Tech Research Reactor has been used to evaluate nuclear energy and its effects on biologi- cal systems. Research in the Physical Sciences Division covers a broad spectrum from crystal physics to solid state materials, devices, and circuits. More than 100 pro- jects were active last year in the Analyti- cal instrumentation Laboratories, includ- ing such long term ventures as participa- tion in the Skylab program. The Office of Radiological Safety directs health physics and safety pro- grams on the Tech campus. All aspects of on-campus radioactivity are controlled by this office. The Office of Program Development is responsible for assessing the technologi- cal needs of the state and for directing internally sponsored research accord- ingly. Three assessment projects have been initiated recently. The first one was a pilot project aimed at developing useful methods and procedures for evaluating the technological needs of Georgia industries. A second project was estab- lished to assess the needs of the poultry segment of the food processing industry. The third study is aimed at the public sec- tor. Its purpose is to identify the techno- logical needs of various levels of govern- ment within the state. Federal Government Funds Most EES Research Most of the activity in the Systems and Techniques Department is directed toward electronics research and related areas. Mechanical research and develop- ment is also conducted by this depart- ment. The Federal Government tprimarily the Defense Department and NASAt spon- sors most of the projects, but funding also comes from other sources. Current research includes radar antennas and systems, electromagnetic compatibility, radar reflectivity measurements and anal- ysis. electromagnetic properties of mate- rials, communicationsttelemetry, radio- Iocationtdirection-finding, coherent optics. guidancetcontroltpower distrib- ution, and biomedical electronics. Some specific areas of investigation are: - the susceptibility of heart pacemakers to a variety of radiated signals, including automobile ignition sources and typical communications signals. - a Public Safety Communications Sys- v: tern for the City of Savannah. - an infrared sensor to detect for. fires. e the use of microwave radiation warm cancer tumors in order to enha the effectiveness of anti-cancer drugs. - the use of electromagnetic radiatio kill insects and weed seeds. -- the solving of several mechani problems related to the manufacture prefabricated housing modules 0 structed of urethane foam. The basic aims of the Industrial Devel- -ment Division are to effect increased ployment and greater capacity in dustry. Under a grant from the National ience Foundation, and in cooperation 'th the Governor's Science Advisor, dies are being made to suggest mech- isms and agencies capable of focusing search in Georgia on the most critical oblems as they arise. The Special Projects Branch con- cted sponsored projects in a number of special fields: an unemployment regis- tration and employment generation pro- gram in southwest Georgia, a study of the effectiveness of vocational-technical schools in Georgia, a program designed to increase housing starts for Iow-income families in the coastal plain of Georgia, a series of workshops throughout the state to assist community leaders in evaluating manpower resources information, a review of vocational-technical training programs in eight southeastern states, pu ' m and a manpower registration in Bain- bridge for an industrial prospect. As a result of this last study, a manufacturer purchased a 67-acre tract in Bainbridge and broke ground for a 500,000-square- foot plant to eventually employ over 1,000. 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SPORTS-SPO DRTS- I95 196 Tech Sports: Fine Athletes in Search of Success 1974 was not a spectacular year for sports at Georgia Tech; however. it was a year that saw outstanding athletes partic- ipate in almost every sport - from foot- ball to gymnastics. Jocks at Tech must contend with some facilities that are inferior to. and curricu- tums that are more difficult than, those of their competitors. Still, Georgia Tech recruits fine athletes. The first six pages of this section pres- ent a cross-section of sports at Georgia Tech, portraying the characteristics of successful athletes. Afhlefics Req ui res Tea mwork. Speed. S+yle. Concen+ra+ion. . . 200 . H19 Will +0 60 On 202 A Great T-Nigh+ -Then Collapse Despite an abundance of rainy days that hindered last year's spring practice, the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets showed a good deal of polish in the annual T- Night game. Although it boasted most of the tenta- tive starters, the white team had great dif- ficulty in containing gold tailback Cleo Johnson, who combined speed and agil- ity for 105 yards and two touchdowns. The Gold's other touchdown was the cul- mination of a 98 yard return of the open- ing kickoff by Danny Myers. One starting position was locked up by quarterback Jim Stevens, who completed 12 of his 15 pass attempts for 180 yards. The defense also excelled, reaping the outstanding efforts of Mike McKenzie, Leavitt Sanders, and Sam Houghton, who harvested two interceptions for the gold team. The Georgia Tech football team, in keeping with the tradition of the past few years, was nearly demolished in its first game of the season. Neither team was very effective in the first quarter, as Tech's only scoring threat was stifled by an errant Jim Stevens pass, the first of four interceptions he threw during the contest. The field was pulled out from under the Jackets in the second period as South Carolina quarterback Jeff Grantz scrambled 38 yards to set up their first touchdown. South Carolina also scored on its next two possessions. Desperately trying to get back on their feet, Tech scored on a 44 yard pass from Stevens to Jim Robinson, cutting the half- time deficit to 21-7. Tech's hopes for bigger and better things in the second half were dashed as South Carolina ran a reverse on the kick- off return: Randy Rhino made a saving tackle, but Grantz came on to put another touchdown on the board. Tech failed to score on its next possession as an inter- ception was returned against them 100 yards. Finally rolling in the fourth quarter, Tech scored on a run by Bruce Southall, a pass from Stevens toBubba Miller, and a pass from back-up quarterback Joby Leahy to Jimmy Murray. Sandwiched in between was another Gamecock touch- down making the final score 41-28. iil Soufhem Cal .7 W Overpowers ' ' " Yellow Jackefs Whoever scheduled the Southern Cali- fornia game ten years ago must have been suffering from a vast superiority complex. Although they didnt play like the nation's number one team, Southern Cal was still too tough for a Tech squad laboring under the handicap of costly penalties and interceptions. Southern Cal scored first as Lynn Swann fielded a punt near mid-field and returned it for a touch- down. Tech's first sustained drive stalled, and Cam Bonitay kicked a 40 yard field goal. U.S.C. followed this scoring with a 69 yard touchdown drive. Tech collected the rest of its points in the third quarter on another 40 yard Bonifay field goal. Aefum- ble gave Southern Cal the ball on the Georgia Tech 6 yard line, but a stiff Tech defense forced them to accept a field goal. Another interception set up South- ern Cal's last scoring drive and a lacklus- ter 23-6 loss for Tech. 204 44:5 u. .... , .7... ...9. WW. .., x . e U' Clemson Becomes Fulcher's First Win 01C the Year Georgia Tech capitalized on Clemson turnovers in the first half as Rick Gibney recovered a fumble at midfield, and Rick Hill carried the ball in for a touchdown. Clemson avenged that drive when the Tech secondary allowed Craig Brantley to go unguarded and haul in a 53 yard bomb. A 32 yard field goal by Cam Bonifay was overshadowed as Clemson marched down the field for another touchdown. Tech then fell back on its big ground gainer, the fumbled punt recovery, which gave them possession deep in Clemson territory. Jim Stevens passed to Mark Fields who bulled his way into the end zone. ' Midway through the third period, Tech widened its lead as Greg Horne traipsed in for another touchdown. Minutes later, Clemsonis Jay Washington transported the ball 80 yards downfieid to cut Tech's lead to two points. Early in the fourth period, Tech marched 60 yards for their final touch- down with Jim Stevens sneaking in from the 1 yard line. Clemson made a game of it down to the final second when a Ken Pengitore pass from the Tech 19 yard line fell incomplete to preserve the Jack- et's 29-21 victory. ? H I. V y . 'r r bEki K;4 I Q Georgia Tech was stunned by the Army team in the first quarter, running only three plays and gaining minus two yards. Army kicked a field goal to take a 3-0 halftime lead while interceptions and fumbles stifled the Tech offense. How- ever, after the second half kickoff, Tech moved 80 yards with Rick Hill vaulting into the end zone. As the third period ended, Army quarterback Kingsley Fink passed to Jim Ward for a touchdown. In a pressure-filled drive. Jim Stevens directed a 75 yard effort and Hill scored WV: AIgLE ngx 4?: :7 again from the 1 yard line as Tech held on for a 14-10 victory. Playing on Tennessee's home ground, Tech looked impressive by taking the opening kickoff and marching 80 yards for a touchdown. Tennessee's quarter- back Condredge Holloway was the sparkplug in the second quarter as he left a trail of Tech defenders in his wake passing for one touchdown and running for another in a two minute span. Tennes- see scored again on a 40 yard run by Paul Carethers early in the third per but missed the point after. Later. wh. Tech drive stalled, Dick Bowley cam to punt, but hid the ball on his hip faked a handotf to Jim Robinson came around behind him. Then Bo took off downtield and was bumped of bounds just short of the goal line. ' Hill took the football in for the scor last-minute Tech drive failed as time out and Tennessee escaped with a 2! Win. F 173dt5 $$"nli-$asil rmy d -nnessee: Mediocre Win d a Hearfbreaking Loss . : xi khl': !' fk if NI. Iv all '5 t 209 "3F "7.. r; 't , I... " t ., .5 Auburn Outscores Tech on Freak Plays Luck seemed to smile on Georgia Tech at the outset of the game as two succes- sive Auburn series culminated in fumbles recovered by Beau Bruce and Scot Bridge; sadly, Tech only managed one score when Cam Bonifay kicked a 36 yard field goal. Early in the second period, Auburn quarterback Wade Watley threw a 43 yard touchdown pass to Rob Spivey, who had sauntered unnoticed through the Tech secondary. On their ensuing series, the Yellow Jackets swept down the field, and Jim Stevens passed 22 yards to Jim Robinson for the touchdown. Auburn regained the lead on a two yard plunge by Mitzi Jackson following a broken play that brought them right to the goal line. In the third quarter, a Stevens pass was intercepted deep in Tech territory, but the defense dug in and held Auburn to a field goal. Auburn's final score came on another freak play: Chris Linderman fum- bled the ball into the end zone amid a group of Tech defenders. Somehow, Chris Vacarella, who had handed him the ball some 18 yards up the field, arrived in the end zone and fell on the football. Rudy Allen came on to quarterback the Tech squad, but the game ended with a 24-10 loss for Georgia Tech. In New Orleans Jrhe Season Sinks to a New Low Tulane, ranked fifteenth in the nation, disposed of Tech 23-14 in a very physical game. Tulane fumbled seven times dur- ing the game, but Tech was only able to recover one of them. Tech made a gift of Tulane's first points as the snap from center sailed over punter Dick Boleyts head and bounced out of the end zone. Following Tech's free kick, Tulane swept back down the field and scored. Tech retaliated when Jim Stevens connected with Jim Robinson on a 61 yard pass to set up their first touchdown. Tulane man- aged a field goal before the end of the half to take a 12-7 lead. A third quarter Tulane fumble was recovered by Techts Dean Campbell and converted into a touchdown by Greg Horne. But the Tulane Green Wave swamped the Tech offense for the remainder of the game while adding another touchdown and a 42 yard field goal to hand Tech its fifth loss of the season. Homecomihg Ends Happily tor the YeliOw Jackets Tech 5 Homecoming game against the Duke Blue Devils was very nearly a disas- ter. A Duke touchdown that was nullified by a penalty, a Tech two-point conver- sion attempt that failed, and a controver- sial Duke field goal that missed with just 14 seconds left in the game kept the fans awake and made nervous wrecks of the coaches. Tech scored its points on a run by powerful Rick Hill and field goals of 26 and 42 yards by Cam Bonifay. Duke scored a touchdown from the 3 inch line on fourth down and chipped in a short field goal before muffing their last-ditch attempt. Tech came up with the victory, 12-10. 216 Tech Takes Off for a Romp Over V.M.I. The Virginia Military Institute had trou- ble doing anything right against Tech as they served up five interceptions and fumbled the ball away three times. While the defense stymied V.M.I.'s attack, Tech's offense was having its best day of the season. Greg Horne ran for two touchdowns, Rudy Allen passed to Jim Owings for another, and Mike Mercer scored a fourth touchdown. E. 0. Wheel- Ier kicked two field goals for Tech, one a record-breaking 55 yarder and the other a kick of 52 yards. Outstanding defensive players included Rick Gibney, Randy Rhino, Don Shank, and Steve Putnal. Not to be accused of running up the score, Coach Bill Fulcher played 63 of the 69 players who were dressed for the game. V.M.I.'s only score came late in the fourth quarter on a 25 yard pass play, but it was too late to save them from the 36-7 shel- Iacking dealt them by Georgia Tech, A Win Over Navy Brings Season Average +0 .500 Navy played a determined game against Georgia Tech in what had to be Tech's finest team effort of the season. Although down 16-7 at one point, the Yellow Jackets refused to fold. Cam Bon- itay kicked four field goals, setting two new school records in the process: one for most field goals in a single game and one for most career field goals by a Tech player. Jim Stevens and Greg Horne scampered in for Tech's two touch- downs, while Bruce Southall was picking up tough first downs all night long. Don Shank, Tony Lubischer, Randy Rhino, and Steve Putnal were just a few of the defensive standouts who made key plays throughout the game. A last minute Navy comeback was torpedoed when Mike McKenzie intercepted an AI Glenny pass. The 26-22 win boosted Teoh's record to an even .500. Jackets Choke in the Big One Defense was the key to the annual sea- son-climaxing game as Georgia Tech barely missed upsetting Georgia. Fum- bles abounded throughout the contest. Georgia's Jimmy Pouios fumbled deep in Georgia territory to set up what appeared to be a certain Tech touchdown, but a few plays later Greg Horne fumbled into the end zone where Georgia recovered. Tech got on the scoreboard with Cam Bonifayts 26 yard field goal, but Georgia struck back in the final seconds of the first half to knot the score with a 42 yard effort of their own. On their first posses- sion of the third quarter, Georgia pushed 94 yards for the only touchdown of the game, helped along by a costly Tech penalty. Georgia Tech had several Chances to score later, but they couldn't get the ball across the goal line. In the last minutes of the game, Tech drove to the Georgia 4 yard line, but quarterback Jim Stevens was dropped twice for losses as Tech closed out the season with a 5-6 record. Bill Fulcher. "No Longer Happy With Coaching." Resigns as Head Football Coach College football has undergone some major changes in the last few years. Because of these changes, it is no longer as enjoyable for me to coach football as it once was. I have always enjoyed my associations with the players and with the coaches, especially those at Georgia Tech. How- ever, I find that the responsibilities and problems of the job, outside of coaching itself, have become increasingly demand- ing on my family and myself to the point that I am no longer happy with coaching. Therefore, in fairness to the football squad, to Georgia Tech, to my family, and to myself i have resigned as Head Football Coach of Georgia Tech effective today, Wednesday, December 5, 1973. With those words, Bill Fulcher brought another era of Georgia Tech football to a close. It was a short era; it had started with broad smiles and high hopes and ended with frustration and disappoint- ment. 'iRock" Fulcher was the charismatic player from the Golden Years who returned to his alma mater. But, if any- thing, he learned that t'you can never go home again." The Golden Years were long gone and now as Head Coach he had to try to fulfill Georgia Techis impos- sible dream: produce winning football teams without competitive facilities and without compromising Techis academic standards. In the end, Bill Fulcher decided that it was no longer worth it to continue on as Head Football Coach. Even though his two-season record was less than out- standing 01-10-11 his personality and dedication will make Tech's memories of "The Fulcher Years" good ones. nw.....5 y. A. . 222 Cheerleaders Fire Up Tech Sports Fans The Georgia Tech cheerleaders added a new dimension to the Saturday after- noon football ritual this season by incor- porating more tumbling, gymnastics, and even a blanket toss into their usual roue tines. As a result, the Tech squad has been ranked among the top fifty in the nation. The squad's chief purpose is to arouse and direct the spirit of the student section twhich occasionally delights in risque, off-color chants and cheers against opponentsl The alumni, who control the squad financially through the Athletic Association, clamored for a return to cheers that they find less offensive. Accordingly, this year's routines were balanced out to make both students and alumni happy. The cheerleaders worked hard each week polishing old routines and adding new ones. In addition, they also served as an unofficial public relations group, greeting opposing teams when they came to Atlanta and assisting local high school cheerleading squads. BACK ROW. LEFT TO RIGHT: Dawn Carrico, Alli- son Fulcher, Bitsy Shepherd, Sherry Bouchillon. Carol Burtz. Cindi Mangiameli. FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Dave Willis, Jerry Hatcher, Bud Curtis, Duff Matson, Dan Burn, Mike Conley. 224 Bab y Jackefs Devastate All Adversaries , A qvl 7-. No team came close to posing a seri- ous threat to the Georgia Tech Baby Yel- low Jackets as they posted a perfect sea- son. Talent abounded among the Tech freshmen, exemplified by the running of Pat Moriarty and Tony Head, the leader- ship of Mike Johnson, and the defensive prowess of Rick Jenkins, Gil Kyle. Bob Brunderman, and Phil DiGiacomo. Coach Dick Bestwick could be proud of his charges as they buried their oppo- nents under a barrage of scoring, while never surrendering more than a handful of points in any single game. Such adroit- ness will be welcomed warmly by the var- sity. 225 I . X, " Pepper Rodgers Leaves U.C.L.A. to DiremL FootbaH at Georgia I "Lite; On December 5, 1973, Pepper Rodg- ers was named the sixth head football coach in Georgia Tech history. A gradu- ate of Tech, Rodgers quarterbacked the Orange Bowl team of '52 and the Sugar Bowl teams of '53 and 154 during his leg- endary Yellow Jacket career; in the three years that Pepper Rodgers played here, Tech earned a record of 29-2-1. Below are excerpts from an interview with Coach Rodgers by Chuck Till, reprinted with permission from the Technique of February 1, 1974. What are the problems of a new head coach? First of all, you get the staff organized and saying and doing things exactly the same way. Number two is getting com- plete confidence in my coaches as I hire them and find out what they are program- med to do. We got to find out about the play I've got to really not make any mists. and overlook a guy that might play q terback and who hasn't played qua back here. Do you honestly think the fans can he team? I think thatis very important. The l: and the spirit of the team behind other team is devastating. if you tore guyis concentration on the sidelin- player or coach e then you've hei That's what youire trying to do. What about calculus? I never took calculus, but I took al other courses here. And you know let me tell you something: language a requirement at UCLA for every until two years ago. And UCLA surv and that's somewhat the same way about calculus. I sold language at U lculus is required, then I sell calculus. : t do you think about recruiting? ell, contrary to what a lot of people k, there really isn't a lot of cheating in uiting. The thing in recruiting that's h and hard and difficult is that there so many people that recruit all over ountry that it's just not easy to get a from the home area to come here. use the wishbone, don't you? u betcha. Why do I think its better? , I think that's like saying being Meth- is better than being Baptist. We all - to believe in something, right? To that it's better. it's only better -use I think it's better. e first commitment, of course, is to it good enough football players to - it work. Whether we have them now orgia Tech I do not know, but I will eviate from what I believe in. were V ".rIWhJTT 'c' a A no better than the people, and the forma- tion is no better than what we can teach and what we can commit ourselves to. The last fellow in your office thought foot- ball was fun before he got here. Let's make one thing clear: I'm not like Bill Fulcher. I'm not like Coach Dodd. l have not coached in the South since 1955. l was in the Air Force for five years, was a pilot, had my tail scared off; I've been beaten all over the world and We won all over the world. I don't think I have all the answers. But I've been there, and I know how to get there. Billy Fulcher and l are not alike, because I run everything. Do you think Tech's athletic facilities are poof? No. they aren't as good as comparable schools'. it's unfair, the most unfair thing. We have a dressing room that's the same 41 '. ?l. ,. , i 'l' t; A, 5-: one as the one I dressed in, and a weight room of no size. and then you go to Ten- nessee and Georgia. Welre gonna get something done about it. Do you have any predictions that you'd like to make? lwould say. . .that the image of foot- ball at Georgia Tech - football-wise - is going to improve, and I believe that. I believe that given any help faculty-wise, that we can sell Georgia Tech. And it we don't get the facilities, then we're still going to lose some key guys that we mightget. All we need to do is to win some, get on TV, go to a bowl game a win. Thatls what we need. But remember one thing about life: it aint where you start, its where you end up. B 2 2 Basketball: "Patience and Faith and Work. . . " The Georgia Tech baSKetball team struggled through a dismal season, as they were outclassed by most of their competition. Head coach Dwane Morri- son in his first season at Tech instituted a philosophy of platooning his troops every few minutes and keeping continuous full- court pressure on the opposing teams. Although it was a relatively young and inexperienced team, the Tech squad still managed to come very close to upsetting such powers as Florida, Auburn, and Clemson. A mid-season three game win- ning streak was the highlight of the sea- son. The rest of the season was punctu- ated by numerous Tech turnovers and a low shooting average. Among Tech's better players were Pre- ston Campbell. Steve Sherbak, and Ray Schnitzer. Commenting on his team's performance, Coach Morrison voiced the sentiment, "It takes time. Patience and faith. Patience and faith and work." 230 .Pafience +0 Keep Working. WMW-MWWWH 4" no A - '0444 24 :2 - H. . . and Working +0 Remain Pafienf." Tech Rallies in Afhens for a Win Over Georgia. . . e In IT 9 m . End Season on a Winning Nofe 236 238 Coach Luck Wins 200 Games The Georgia Tech baseball team suf- fered through a disappointing season despite their 20-6-2 record. The biggest setback was their failure to receive an invitation to the NCAA post-season play- offs. Several factors contributed to this. First of all, Tech played fewer games than many of the other contenders, who also played against tougher competition. The Yellow Jackets ran up a good record early in the year against weaker teams. The NCAA selection committee was not impressed with Tech's depth of playing personnel. None of this can detract from the fine effort of the Tech baseball team. They played scrappily all season, battling back to eke out many one-run, come-from- behind victories against such top talent as Georgia, Mercer, Tulane, and eighth- ranked Florida State. Outstanding players included Randy Rhino, Jack Helinger, and Cam Bonifay. The ace on the Tech pitching staff was Mike Schisler who won nine games without sustaining a single loss, breaking the record for the most career wins by a Tech pitcher with his mark of 22-3. The 8-2 victory over Old Dominion marked another Tech record 2 Coach James Luckts 200th career wm. Defense on He Field Hebs Provide Vic+ory q 59; 'IIIIIIIWIIfI , a ..I 5 . . ..x,. . 4 W "1 , . r chg. -$-. I .7 -' ,4- . .p. c - - , - . I :V; ' J . - 3' "'31:,5 u. . .' J; ' . 1' . A - 1.5; . V 241 242 .,;u ..; . ,3; 2553 . $3313 137; l -5 t ; vev-"Q-JHA ."23-4395 k . Bowlers Blast Pins for Tech Both of the Georgia Tech bowling teams posted very respectable seasons this year. The men's team, led by captain Mike Powell, had a good chance of clinching its division title, as all of the players were bowling consistently well. The women's team, captained by Mic- helle Pihos. captured its divisional cham- pionship, and they collected all of the honors at the ACU-I State tournament. Michelle Pihos took first place in all of the events, while Sharon McEnearney had the high series for the tournament. Its great to have a winner! 243 The current season marks the end of a individual champion. Due to injuries long and distinguished career for Dean team did not fare well in the NC George Griffin; he is retiring after forty-six regional meet. years as coach of the Cross-country Only one man will be lost from team. 1973 team, namely John Probst who The team spent much of this season been a steady performer for the beset by injuries and illnesses. The unim- three years. Among the returning ' ' ' pressive record for 1973 consists of one bers will be Ed Dietler, Bill Conley, Dea n G FIT'FI n Reh res dual meet victory and two defeats. The White. Wayne Edwards, and Chris I team placed second in the State Champi- Prospects are for a much improved A'H'e r F0 r+Y'SiX Yea r5 onship, where Ed Dietler repeated as the in 1974. cg TL I09 1 ill" V, yEXlSIIMlX, 1 $1; WI 1 171.7,? . 9.2513,? 1 'e 4 oach Tommy Plaxico's golf team ed a rather respectable 4-3 season past spring. The team battled contin- sly to pull out wins over some out- ding competition. They placed high e Chris Schenkel Invitational which the Tech squad competing against -n of the top ten teams in the country. One of the major problems of the squad is that they must travel eleven miles to the East Lake Country Club for their home games. The time involved in traveling to matches and practice adds an additional demand to the already tight and demanding schedules of the Tech team members. Tech Gohc Competes With Top Ten 245 246 Jacket Gymnast's Stage Comeback The Georgia Tech Gymnastics Team, coached by Bill Beavers, performed con- sistently well throughout their season, even though their schedule contained such powers as Georgia, the University of North Carolina, and nationaIIy-ranked Georgia Southern. The team polished off the year in a convincing display of strength and expertise as they defeated their last four opponents. Among the squadts outstanding gym- nasts were Harold Jarrett and Rob Roglin on the parallel bars, Larry Tiliery on the vault, Dave Whitworth on the pommei horse, Ralph Ortiz in the floor exercises, Mark Keegan on the horizontal bar, and Jay Wheaton on the rings; Wheaton appears destined for competition in the NCAAfinais. 248 Tech Is Second as Toccoa Ta kes Turkey Bowl The Georgia Tech soccer team posted another winning season last fall as they rolled up a 7-5 record. Their record could have been much better as four of those losses were by a single goal. The opening game was a controversial one due to some questionable calls by the referees. During Thanksgiving, the soccer team won an exciting victory over Georgia only to lose to Toccoa in the finals of the Toc- coa Turkey Bowl Tournament. The team returned to Tech with the second place trophy and the memory of Nelson God- dard's one-handed save in the mud against Georgia. Other outstanding team members included Mario Canahuati, Robert Magnusson, and Steve Huggins. Overall the team suffered from a lost sense of togetherness that had been strong in the spring. Absenteeism due to academic pressure was also a factor late in the season. 249 Swimmers Secure a Successful Seasc ,. .nu... the Georgia Tech swimming team ted one of its best seasons this year, pite a lack of funds for recruitment - an abundance of academic require- nts with which to scare off prospective immers. Coach Herb McAuley was husiastic about his team's record c'h was a result of competition with ms that are on Tech's level. Even ugh Tech could compete with some of the nationally prominent swimming schools, it would be only through the sacrifice of the team's academic stand- ards due to increased practice time. This year the swimming team faced a sched- uie replete with such competitors as Clemson and Georgia Southern. Among the outstanding members on the Tech team were Keenan Carter, Richard Berg- mark. and diver James Hellman. 252 Spirited Efforts Prove Insufficient The Georgia Tech tennis team suffered through its worst season in several years this past spring. The team was simply outclassed by many of its opponents, L - . ., t who came from schools where tennis n T, '. . t ' r, receives much more emphasis in the . 6t sports program. The Tech group was .4 ;3 also handicapped by the loss of two key , . 7' . . . . . . 1.4"" players in the middle of the season. Bill , . - - - - - . ' 't ' . .. Va , ' Cantrell did a creditable job for Tech in . A , , . . . . - . . . - - :44? f1! Ft . T . ,nlt': , . hisnumberonespot,buthestruggled , ,. t.... with consistency problems. The rest of , . . - - ' ' t ' t the team performed with spirit, but they t ' ' ' were unable to post more than a disap- pointing record. Track Triumphs The Georgia Tech track team enjoyed its first undefeated season since 1949 by winning all four of its dual meets. Coach Buddy Fowlkes, captain of that 1949 squad. was lavish with his praise for the team. Although lacking any true supers- tars, the team made up the deficit with pride and spirit. Runners Mike Beck, Ned Dietler. and Bill Conley, javelin thrower Jeff Findley, high jumper Ross Fralick, shot putter Mike Milo, and discus thrower Jim Owings all contributed to the team effort. The track team also made a good showing in the Tom Black Classic through outstanding individual perform- ances. Grapplers End Sevenfeen-Year Georgia Jir he Georgia Tech wrestling team over- 6 the problems of past seasons and gan posting victories this year. The st satisfying win came when the Tech -pplers defeated Georgia for the first e in seventeen years. Although lighter n many of their opponents and handi- oped by injuries, the Tech wrestlers countered these deficits with speed and sharp mental ability. Coach Lowell Lange fielded a talented team despite a restricted recruiting budget; among the team's outstanding members were Jack Love. Laird Carmi- chael, and Jim Morrison. 1973-1974 SPORTS SCOREBOARD CROSS COUNTRY 1WON 2. LOST 211' TECH OPP. 1 5 GEORGIA STATE 45 34 CLEMSON 21 37 SOUTH CAROLINA 18 1 5 AUBURN 50 0 LOW SCORE WINS1 FOOTBALL 1 MON 5. LOST 61 TECH 28 SOUTH CAROLINA 6 SOUTHERN CAL 29 CLEMSON 14 ARMY 14 TENNESSEE 1 1o AUBURN 14 TULANE 1 12 DUKE 36 V.M.I. 1 26 NAW 3 GEORGIA 1OPP. 41 23 21 10 20 24 23 1O 7 22 10 TECH 12 31 '21 55 28 27 J.V. FOOTBALL 1WON 6, LOST 01 ALABAMA TENNESSEE FLORIDA SOUTH CAROLINA CLEMSON GEORGIA OPP. 7 3 1O 7 7 GYMNASTICS 1 5. TRACK . ., , ' 3 " ' ' '3 3- : MON4,L03T01 1w0N8, 1.03141 1 1 1' 5 ,. 1 OPP. TECH OPP. f ., 3:11,. ,j CLEMSON 67 108.86 GA.SO. 149.18 ,g 1 1 FURMAN 66 114.05 U.N.C. 129.05 '2, , GEORGIA 68 114.05 FLORIDAST. 93.30 1 : jgj KENTUCKY 34 119.90 MEMPHISST. 125.20 ' 1 " . 1 19.90 KENTUCKY 94.90 124.80 GEORGIA 142.15 124.80 CITADEL 59.30 124.25 W.CAROLINA 84.55 124.25 MID. TENN. 69.60 128.55 APPA. ST. 93.35 GOLF MON 4, LOST 39 TECH OPP. 401 SEWANEE 433 401 GEORGIA STATE 389 40.1 TENNESSEE 408 299 MERCER 308 388 AUBURN 385 388 GEORGIA STATE 390 366 AUBURN 362 259 g.g- 'I .1- u, m. 2. Jr .. .7,.. . . 260 The Fraternity - a Growing Facet of +he Tech Communiiy Tech was once a campus run by frater- nities; later, it was run despite fraternities; now, it is run with fraternities. Expanding interests and diverse activi- ties have led to an increasing member- ship in the Greek system. Functioning as a social club for only a few people, most fraternities serve as a place where broth- erhood and friendship can flourish, a place on a sterile campus where people are encouraged to be human. The need for this human feeling was shown this year in the establishment of Tech's newest sorority, Alpha Chi Omega. Likewise, pledge classes increased in size and membership grew more active. The Greek's pride in his pledge class, the entertainment of his Hell Week, the satisfaction of his initiation, the involve- ment of his brotherhood, and the nostal- gia he has as an alumnus -e.all are meaningful experiences only a Greek can claim. WE INPLEU GE .m UPSNJN H The House +he HearJr o1C Any Frafernify n .0 IO 6 r TI 6 Base 01c +he Fr afernify Developmenf - Building on Prized Tradi ions 267 Composi ion +he Combinafion c If 1, 268 rafernify. ouse, Tradifion. and Developmenf 'V'x ' mvN L 1, W. : . : ., : 3.. A , 3:st IDENTIFICATION maggot I. F. C. Oversees Fraierniiy Aciiviiies Fraternities play a role at Georgia Tech that ranges from prominent to dominant; the interfraternity Council, along with the Panheiienic Council, regulates the pro- grams and policies of Greeks on campus. One of the main functions of the I.F.C. is .to coordinate fraternity efforts to insure successful rushes, Homecoming. and other activities. Another important role of the council is integrating Greek interests with those of the general student body. LEFT: James Dullum, I.F.C. President. 'yyiwli ; x 1P JV -emiuw... 271 H N O L W. P E A H P L A N 4 E G A P N D T A n F .H N E m AEH 274 Alpha Epsilon Pi The Zeta chapter of the Alpha Epsilon Pi Fraternity enjoyed another successful year. Beginning in the fall with a rush pro- gram pledging 23 new brothers the com- bined brotherhood is now at 60. The social calender-was highlighted with several exciting band parties, a wine and cheese party, and a retreat to High Point, North Carolina. Athletics have always been a strong point at AEPi, putting in fine performances in football and volley- ball in the tail, soccer and basketball in the winter. For the first time in three years AEPi failed to win the Mini-500, coming in third, but next years team promises to be stronger. A second place finish in the Trivia Bowl capped an exciting winter quarter. Spring quarter promises to be the best yet. Greek Week in April and the Raft Race in May, in which we enter a 56 foot raft surpassing last year's 48 foot raft, ended another super year at AEPi. Hi there . . . Ever since I was a little nipper I had 728,000 albums on tape, mostly George Benson and Rod Lever . The basic problem is that I keep dumping my girlfriends tmy your rudey because they won't kiss my nought and then divide . . . But then again, how many rednecks come from Moncey, New York?. . . Ya big dope . . . Fteally its a love affair with a Corvair, a McIntosh, and amailing tube. . . Butletme tell you the hole story: Wop- Wop-Wop, lassume you take a shower once a month need it or not, wo to speak. . . Letme borrow your ferret. . . Hyut, hyut ya big dummy, kiss my pocket . . . Why am I such a goose? . . . Jesus tits ya dip, whatzit to ya?. . . Priorities are Inoperatives . . . Now thereis a real white man working for Budget but who would work for a dump like Dixie? . . . Let me tell you about this program I wrote and this beautiful kid I saw in the mirror . . . This makes no sense, dudnit it? . . . Our pledge class what a bunch of turkeys. . . By the way, you are invited to a bagel brunch at the Hillel house Saturday at 1 1 :00 A, M. 275 um auR... ,p" f 1 Mm . p. Lu. y$5u J! o'. a N: .9 . :I':r In..;'l , . x . X... 3.08.5.5... L3yd ,I. n .3... .. Mutt..- AEA ALPHA XI DELTA IDENTIFICATION PAGE 492 'W VWW v v v'vlcv v;'; . v; ': $33V'c1vX3Q 'W; h'w -w- w v .. .-5 . 9 ;-46 . 3k. ngQ' V";- - '- 2. - - z ': ;':1Y:rrg LT? -- I JAlpha Xi Delta The Gamma Eta Chapter of Alpha Xi L Delta initiated ten new members this year, bringing membership to 50 sisters and pledges . . . We had the only girls soft- ball team spring quarter, finished first for girls teams in the t'Mini-500" made the first shut-out in basketball intramurals, and won a rum party for having the most participants in the blood drive. '1 ; Hey Man! . . . Alpha Xi's do not drink , . .Wine and spaghetti dinner, alias one happy chapter meeting . . . Quack, Quack, Quack . . . Flaming Bonstance . . . Gimme a break. . . Girls, Girls, just hangloose. . . "Wrong way"Bitseyand Dawn . . . those damn pledges; Look it! Lockit! . . .lthought you knew the initia- tion songs. . .Boulder Woman and Peb- bles . . . Cold Quack . . . Oh well, we needed new furniture anyway . . . Big Brothers and Sweetheart . . . A Home- coming Queen named Pretzel. . . Lizard Lourdes and her new study habit . . . Clean that house, rake those leaves, shovel that mud . . . Happiness is steak and beans . . . Grace just loves those balloons. 286 Beta Theta Pi An increase in membership put the Gamma Eta Chapter of Beta Theta Pi in the Gold League for this year. We tied for last year's IFC Trophy after holding it for the previous two years. Scholastically, we were first on campus spring quarter, and fifth fall. Our social calendar included Champagne Party, rush and homecom- ing activities, Roman Toga Party, Sweet- heart Ball at the Regency, trips to Pan- ama City, Beech Mountain, New Orleans, and the Grand Ole Opry, as well as a host of other parties. The chapter helped the Blind Center clean and repair their head- quarters, took a group of orphans to the circus, and generously contributed to the various campus drives. We initiated fif- teen new brothers, bringing the chapter total to sixty-seven. Hotcheemamadaddeo! . . . Good salmon stools for lunch Hattie . . . Hide the noodle wapper. . . Bowling team pulls sports through . . . By gollyit's beaten Wheaton and whackin Wendell . Trap has his hands full . . . Mak Clack and Clackmobile . . . Hairy Buffa- loooh La Wee. . . Yahooter. . . Grou- cho and L. e rays of sunshine . . . next time you fix your carburetor Bunz we 'll bring the marshmallows. . . titillating Trabue. . . two's company, nineis a crowd Leprechaun . . . Hey, in the bud . . .S.L. Pie LatelyAdam37. . .Bells will soon be ringing - Ray, Ricky, Dean, Dennis, Keno, Caldwell. . . May be ring- ing e Hoss, King, Classen. . . Ought to be ringing w Trap, Yapp, Sanders, Skooter, Cliff . . . No chance of ringing e Celibates Young, Para, Hopkins, DaLeo, Wood, Skinner, rest of bag . . . Already run - Mike and Bonnie, Chuck and Marsha . . . AAy? Did Chris Kurt say something?. . .lntersexion frolicse Texas Twister or How I got my spectacles cleaned . . . T.H. - busier than a one- Iegged man in a fanny-kicking contest . . Dateline Nashville - Wind up canine traps beaver on stage. . . W.T.F. . . . those crutches are going to need recaps Art . . . Dr. Crump opens used parts business . . . Damn good trial brothers e Spears, Sandlin, Sprowls, Isbell, Mullican, Kurt, Sandford, Cone . . . Quick e give Zeugner and Moss 3 bottle of tequilla and a couple of armadil- los to play with. 2 9 me A P ,N .D T A B F H N E :D. l CD DELTA SIGMA PHI IDENTIFICATION PAGE 493 AZ 292 293 gt; .a: 1 u. . . . VI. ,z T s . 240;, 70 I! A. . 13.. o t : fsld .l I , 294 . a , .. .2; 24, xix :CZ. J 296 DeHa Tau Delta ' This past year. Gamma Psi Chapter of Delta Tau Delta participated in many community projects, such as the house painting for one of the divisions of the Atlanta Humane Society and a Marathon Football Game for Muscular Distrophy. In our intramural football, bowling and soc- cer, we were barely prevented from tak- ing first in our leagues, but we had high hopes of taking league and school in softball, due to a high influx of pledges and neophytes from this past fall and win- ter. Grades were up, as well as our point standings among the fraternities as we advanced to fifteenth among fraternities, for Fall 1974. Who cares. . .over the wall gang. . . we need a fourth . . . Nervous?. snake in the grass!!! . . . How 'bout it, Beta?. . . Old Tree Frog ain't half as bad as Old Rubber Boot . . . woop, woop, woop, woop . . . got a tough 0' class . . .let's go to the liquorstore. . .FIFTY Dollars!!! . . . No, Igotta study. . . you gotta be kidding. . . Hey, Flooze . . . it all goes to the same place . . . did you lose it?. . . Oh, I'm sorry, I thought you were somebody else . . . good as gold . . .Shut up! My ride's not over yet!. . . pay me now or pay me later. u 9:5: 41? AY DELTA 'U PSILON IDENTIFICATION PAGE 494 ,I-EEN, .43. :.:A.:.::.k::.,w ... .nmb...?::::::::::: . w. . . ' .b....,.pwh.hmmnM HM . HM.up ,. .w. b... "An-au. .J, manumwgar' w .:;.;:: it . mam ff "5 e. 0 P 'I'. e x I h 3 f s . . I . 1,. 3 Kappa Alpha The Alpha Sigma Chapter of The Kappa Alpha Order initiated twenty new brothers this year, making our total num- ber of actives fifty-one. In sports in our league this year, we were first in softball and basketball, and second in soccer. . Afterwards, in the divisional play-offs, we placed first in soccer and second in bas- J ' ketball. Train. . . Rip-off. . . MoIe-men. . . Haul Ass. . . Chaties. . . Kackle. . . Hoop...Dot...GOMD...Food fights. . . Ralf. . . Mom's. . . King Z . . .Hellooo Babbbeee. . .DoteBurgers . . .OueenZ. . .Munroot. . .Agg . . . Bird-Men . . . Exorcist . . . Leslie . . . The meat. . .Rosey-Palm. . .PW . . .Star Trek. . .MoIe-Power. . .Fish- job . . . Zero-corner . . . Gemini . . . "How would you like to see my water- bed.". . .Ginger. . .OTR. . .Dump- cake. . .DoubIe-inverted. . .Crack the Whip . . . OOOH KA . . . EETS to BEEEG . . . BF. . . How Cliche . .. Courtesy Flush. . .AMF . . .Hutn-Hutn . . .Dixie. . .1865. 303 ' t .7 1 4ae a l, . . I i w 4 V , , 73'? pa "3: "J HKAPPA SIGMA IDENTIFICATION PAGE 494 306 .e- . u. ...M,n-.......-e .FaEg-uwth-h Kappa Sigma The Alpha Tau Chapter of Kappa Sigma, chartered in 1895, was one of the first fraternities on the Tech campus. The home of the Himmovable rock" has accomplished a notable record since its founding. Between school and intramu- rals, Kappa Sig manages to round out fra- ternity life with some of its weII-known parties. E.A.P. . . . Woof, Woof, . . . Hoover rup-righO . . . Sam, not again . . . Hes- ter having trouble borrowing a car? . . . Football: Close, Kappa Sigma 7, Pi KA 0 . . . This horse is a sure thing. . . dou- ble your money. . . Papa Wisman . . . Klein,s used car lot . . . I-85 Massage Parlor . . . New Orleans where is Pete? . . . who put this hole in the wall? . . . Wolf, Who? . . . You flinched 2 points . white wins . . . Hewitt pinned, to whom?. . .Stiff, W.H.W.. . .Flush. . . Pope off to Gainesville, again! . . . Fly- man. . .sunlab final. . .Isn't theta new T.V. Fran? . . . Barnyard . . . Rolltide . . . Polar bear . . . Theo Bared . . . Sleasy Rider. . . Trip. . . Possum Hol- ler? . . l wouldnht tell you no story. . . Mystery Meat. . .B.L. m. . .Emerson ...needa fourth! . . TrSZv. . .J.R. Memorial T.V. . . . Huckleberry Hound . . .Annie Green doesnhtdrink. . . Stewbald . . . thumb to RC. . . . Rub- beroheck Hill . . . Matths Florist rdeady? . Where are you going Frank? . . . Bill, Bonnie caIled . . . A.W., the ugliest man alive . . . Can I borrow your car? . . .Moffin. . .Redfro. . .Kuwper. . . Guru Charlie . . . Wow man . . . Floor- board . . . Shower e sorry RP. your house is next. . . Tequila monster. . . Rally. . . Fran the brakes are on the left . . . Sorry Rick . . . Homecoming dis- play, Kappa Sigma first place . . . Dave, what did the tooth fairy leave you? . . . Drinking committee . . . Slim . . . Wooden head, doesitwork7. . .Aekdb. il:!. ;. xxxxxxxxxxxxxx I fl .1 I L . v1. PHI DELTA TH TION PAGE 495 ,4 IDENTIFIC A 310 m... M. if. 53.... m9; ...; r . ., . Ihu ,' ... m . .a ... cupwwin av , b. aw? s. , . ,. 2. . ...: . me. ..u .- .fu-u: . Z .. ,; t- ' o! 3m . ...... I my 9h!!! sss w .9 I m 2.; a . :3." .. 2:. m. E." .Iy ...: . : :wmir ...: z: w . , 2,; n: M 3H ILA. 312 Phi DeHa Thefa The brothers of Georgia Delta, Phi Delta Theta have had a very productive and enjoyable year. We will have initiated close to twenty new brothers by the end of this year. We had an excellent football team and won the fraternity champion- ship in basketball. Times are good and our future looks better. How 'bout it Daddy. . . what a won- derfulday for an exorcism. . .Davis Smith . . . The Big E . . . Streakers of America unite . . . Let's hear it for Hunter, clap, clap, clap. . . JB. . . some chicks, some wheels, and two tick- ets to the circus . . . make a deuce, weigh a deuce . . . dope-o-matic . . . eat 5 . . . six gun Tillie . . . How would you like six of your best friends carrying you by the handles . . . AI Fu . . . Has anybody uheard" from Hogan . the chunky roe express . . . hey "",B it's time for church . . . Blue Jean Baby Queen . . . V run Bobby . . naked woman returns . . . padded Por- shea . . . where is my goonbar. . . Lonesome George . . . Dego Dan and Peppermint Patty. . . Hey Ward, look at the beaver. . . did your mother have any kids that lived? . . . we're no. 1, whoooo . . . go get a Hogg buster. . . let's go to the Dunt Dun! . . . That damn dog . . . Short, fat people can 't play basketball. A T L E D A M M A e m P Q: 4 E 6 A P N .0 T A B F H N E m B m ,. a u A .p . . , '91 1 $9: fw i Phi Gamma Delta Through the proficient leadership of our past and present officers, Phi Gamma Delta experienced a most joyful and productive year. Whether it be through taking kids to the circus, taking orphans skating, participating on highly success- ful athletic teams, or just Hsoaking up" the brotherhood, this past year has been one of the best for our fraternity, holding promise and potential for even better days ahead. "Yeah, I'll look into it". . . the "works in a drawer" - and they lost the drawer . . . EYEASSTIK . . . nine pairs of the wrong thing . . . CHOU! HIS! . . . "IN, not at the Clermont!" . . . Jist git me 'bout two hnderd foota' rope. . . "Mar- tin, there's' a package for you down in the foyer". . .winning the Mini 500. . . "It would have won if it had only worked" aake threey . . . spowtz cahrs. . . "Yuo're pissing on Zerman!" . . . "Wal- tah, not the marine corps". . . "Dave do you always Sleepwalk in your underwear in Florida?". . . "and there'll be a work party Sat. morning, the following brothers WILL attend and they WILL enjoy it". . . Sam McCanto. . . Aver's koala bear . . . 'twhere's a pledge!" tDuker needs another bathy . . . "You fed him HOW MANY potpies?". . . Hazin'. . . "sick again, Craig?" . . . Petronia's good ole southern fried chicken tpfcy . . . "Korth kissed Morgana WHERE?". . . Island Party: it has to be the greatest. . . "Just who is he pinned to?" . . . "Oh, that's Henley's umbiblical cord". . . "V" runs . . . baby roos in da mode . . . "When did you get married, Hellman??? . . -'mc x'I 1 -'n 'm Ml WHu 1mm fU'lH'H' nur OF Tllli HUMAN. SPIRIT m FIND lexnm: m w- R u; A v AArvp--..nwwkh . A" CDKZ PHI KAPPA SIGMA IDENTIFICATION PAGE 496 322 Phi Kappa Tau The brothers of the Alpha Rho Chapter of Phi Kappa Tau would like to dedicate our pages in the Blueprint to our brother, D. Vaughn Gainous, who lost his life last summer. Through this loss, we have felt a strong sense of brotherhood which has enabled all of us in making our chapter continually stronger. We feel that the past year has been successful due to our rush, alumni functions, social events, and a strong interest in campus activities. Hambone . . . Just wait till she gets horny. . .clogging with Grover. . . Beer and Shrimp. . . 6 kegs a night. . . Wimp . . . hardcore returns to Mardi Gras. . .Crawfish. . .Coed showers at Tulane Stadium. . . Chico's Pantera . . Hack's rush meetings. . . Slide show. . .Hallparty. . .Scaly. . . Hagar . . . Pride don't getcha no meat . . . Brick and Bottle . . . 4.0 kid. . . keys to the Coke machine . . . Grit . . . Head Turkey plans turkey crossing . . . Zesto's at 11:00. . . Nipps. . . Women can never be equal to men until they can . .and forget about it the next day. . . Flying fur-burgers. . . The Christmas Moose . . . Zero replaces Hack at goal . . .Armpit. . .Kidnapped by Bear. . . little Hippy . . . Squirrelly. . . Harold's assorted adventures, 1 through 243. . . Charlene. . .Hotlittle bitch. $J7mqnw. .5' 9 - 5 , 326 Eh; r F h Phi Kappa Thefa Gamma Tau Chapter of Phi Kappa Theta had a great year in sports this past year. We were first in our league in soft- ball, soccer, and basketball. We were second in our league in football. We hosted the National Convention of our fraternity this past summer in Atlanta. The year also saw a great deal of house improvements done by the brothers themselves. Clic, Clio, Clio, Clio. . . Weeeool. . . The Wizard of Orbdom . . . Gobble, Gobble, Gobble, . . . PKT Streaker. . . Latch onto that one . . . the Inspector . . .One-Eyed. . .No report. . .Pu-u- u-f-f-f. . .Bookhm:Murder One. . . Anyone seen Pathetic . . . Careful, Ron'slooking for donors. . . Totally Wonhless. . .Shut up Many. . .Bruce smiles and leaves the room. . . Wholost an HP . . . Who's working tonight. . . Anybody wantanything from Stevehs. . . Whose dishes are these . . . Paco . . . Chunky Pie . . . What's happening Bro' . . . Come on down . . . And some get rained out. . . Oh George . . . Who's got the coupons. . .Such is life. 327 IDENTIF!CATION PAGE 497 A W A K A M G 5 mm P m 6.33 L ,x IIWRVUVEI vNUhV lsix Phi Sigma Kappa So what if we at Phi Sigma Kappa aren't a beer drinking or partying frater- nity. So what if we voted our house- mother to be our Moonlight Girl. 80 what if we consistently choke in the playoffs. We're just a bunch of guys looking to bet- ter ourselves, the Phi Sigma Kappa is doing its part to help us along. Gentleman Dave and Ridiculous Rick . . . Auntie Libby . . . Boz's third fare- well performance . . . Don't call me a goathead. . . the dynamic duo. . . spearchucker Joe Willie Mooney Bob . . one Corkus, two Corki. . . work the wheel. . . Kappa Deuterium. . . 79-2, way to go Sis . . . let's have a punch drunk . . . Mean Jean and Libby the Kid . . the Pancake Game . . . dormitory bridge champs . . . is it Tough Jeans? . . the Shirt. . . basementlecture series. . . grasshoppersherbert. . . feed me, Alan . . . two belts, two snaps, and a zipper . . . the Stone gang . . . Howie the farmboy. . .HailCaesar! . . . George Hockey Stick Captain Industry . . . Hey, Kay. . . World's number one stud . . . Boom Boom Jo . . . Hacker Shelley. . .Pancho Weea. . .Jack Lambert. . . Sleaze. . . Miss "A". . . Gimme the beat. . . Whats going to Flo- rida . . . Davey C. . . . Gobble Golden Flakes Daiker. . .Drain. - x , . , -- " -'JJ; 9 ' ,,I,'. ' 331 HKA PI KAPPA ALPHA IDENTIFICATION PAGE 497 M Q" J . I , lira 1.1..- a. x 2 v: . V , I i. . . , 11 I. , . , ,9? 2.74;; X Nygmmg? . .5 i. J7, $w', mm...i. ,u. x H Kyrdwa i . FM . 5 .,1w.5, . KAL. 4 ix ... Van .wvw I A ...., . ., . .. ..: ... .: I: L EIHR, .1, d g x A L ,3...$1 .W , 33.. RM 9.5!... Ix I I .1! a . . . 3...: ,. i: . il .. $3535 E mu. :3 5 . nl 3 fl. ... 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Comer Kid . . . Pockets. . . Mudpile. . . Crapper. . . TIV. Bender's answering service. . . Honk, Honk, S.M.D. . . . F.U.B.A.R. . . . R.F.D.. . .The Craw. . .SkyHack. . . Dixie Land Band . . . Hey Pizzano . . . Lupo's. . .Stall 3 Reservations. . .sss . . . the $1000.00 punch . . . Trooper Johnson . . . Bark, Bark . . . Claxton Tater Cakes?. . .P.Fi.. . .Ffum Associ- ation . . . Taco . . . Dialing for Dollars . . .Icouldjust-g. . .Harrons. . .The Playboy Club. . .Daisy Hill Puppy Farm . . . International Society of Snakes. . . Krash Kidd . . . U.S.A. . . . Raceavitch ...Oh. . .Elizabeth. . .Adrian. .. Gross Four . . . The giant crabbs . . . Ozark. . .Musicalbeds. . . jump twin- kles. . . Swahili. . . Boogie. . . snake stomp . . . room two date board . . . you've been burned. . . over and under . . oh, don't you mean . . . how's the cow?. . . Teatotaler anyone? . . . the Goosemobile. . . the Admiral. . . Hon- eymoon. . .Pi Kapp Hockey Team. . . Mad Poor Perverter . . . the milkshake girls. . .Ouack, Quack, Quack! The Iota Chapter of Pi Kappa Phi had a very successful winter quarter starting with a strong rush. The Pi Kapp Dixieland Band made its debut at Cabaret night, and a Little Sister Chapter was founded to start a new tradition. We are looking forward to a successful spring quarter and a promising new school year. Pi Kappa Phi v . . "r9 337 l 1ng PAGE'498 a me d-ezg i.k-.?-M,h, . m ELW w. w A 1MNHHM1oku .543:- m .4. I aea g.L Lu. Egg; ZX SIGMA CHI pngxru...u.- --L-.w-lp .h-u..-" '33.- .1n .43.; m.tpwigd-Lm ., . . . , ' um a m ' 1 t" 134- ' l v , I ' I 3 3 1 .: ...-3' n- "nuh-rn-nu d; . JnuKanu 4 I'lr EIIIIII;;;;IIIIIIIIII' ' hul' ZN ""Itz;x12rww 'HHH "Hm h H u'lElultun m "EE EEKXWNNWWW .,,. WE Em WWWWWW; 9'11 WIIIIS'nmu. . mu u-nluwy m 1 MW , Y . W Y , . V E . . o .44,J ? 4A44W ,b-yv A iii. x drug; 3m? r ' '-'2Lt; 412 x L'w 0 3: d. .2:me h , . rt . t'i t ' h . 2e -;. ' t . . gt? a- , x 'I k .' V r ' Sigma Chi We had another great year exemplify- ing that HSig Spirit." This year was a win- ning season for our sports activities. To complement the good athletic record, our homecoming display took third place last fall. We also recorded a super Derby Day in our scrapbook. Unity and brotherhood were felt by all as this year passed. The basketball team . . . Woe Henry! . . . Joe College . . . Coke machine e "Bitch, Bitch, Bitch". . . Where are those damned pledges? . . . Rag Man . . . R.W.C.F. . . .Angry Eyes. . . the mad rapist. . . Rudy Begonia . . . The Sweetheart Ball. . . Where is the snow? . . .S.B.D.C.. . . Tuna. . .cheap shot Shaw . . . Cement hands . . . the Grubbs Club . . . James D. God . . . Newbee Joebee . . . a case of Pabst on the bottles please . . . Derby Day . . . the jumping rock. . .bad scene. . .the alley. . . Heilig, Inc. . . .Smoothy, . . twenty-five words or less . . . remember your table manners . . . it's snowing in Harris Hall . . . Rosa and Bee express . . . "Nice hair Van Kirk". . . Psyche 307. . . Wild Man. . . the Face Man of Sigma Chi . . .Canlbumasmoke?. . . Magic Bus . . . B.F.D. . . . Saddle up . . . J. C. Jokebook. . . Ridin' high on the 'hooche. . . Blackstock's mutt. . . Funky Pooh . . . Richie's a dead man . . . the woo woo's. SIGMANU , IDENTIFICATION PAGE 499' A:; k .L 346 ' a IDENTIFICATION PA, n .5!!!" ' y u: - ,, 4. E3", .2 E .2 .33, i... , a :5. Wm... a gwmh . 2w Av 'v- .Emmmuyagm-i .2aE.E--n x Ea?w- e. Y r6? ERG . Sigma Phi Epsilon The Georgia Alpha Chapter of Sigma Phi Epsilon has once again shown its scholastic prowess, having the highest scholastic average the last year. Again we won the fraternity bowling champion- ship, the third year in a row, while making a good showing in the other intramura'ls. Our membership is 59 for the year. Waa-Tang . . . Whats this guy named Murphy. . .HeySid1. . .How's abou'ta nudie run to the physics building . . . You're the worst . . . $400 for a seven year old rug?. . . Pretty funny for a guy with no looks . . . Alright, listen up . . . "Wild Bill, you're the greatest!" . . . Let me put it another way . . . Letts hit the Zits. . . Ah Fauk. . . Meatman, Meat- man, we want Meatman . . . Tasty. . . We didn't want any front steps anyhow . . . Who's the CAT. . . . I've got my sex drive in neutral . . . How gross is that?. . . Huh, am! here?. . . Presto Skeebe. . . Pledges, its lunchtime; huh, okay . . . What is a Billough? . . . And this week's winner is Bachelor J$2 . . . Now ltm grossed out . . . JRU's fireside lecture. . .Thetooth fairy. . .This place has gone to the nurds . . . Schmidt? what's he look like . . . has anyone heard of Pitts for math? . . . ho- hum. 351 TKW TAU KAPPA EPSILON IDENTIFICATION PAGE 499 3? Ar 2 " 354 Tau Kappa Epsilon Progress and achievement 2 a good description of the activities of the Beta Pi chapter of TKE in 1974. From the dedica- tion of the first phase of the TEKE village in the fall, to another successful Spring- fest, the TEKES enjoyed another fine year on the Tech campus. Homecoming marked the winning of the grand prize for display while the TEKE Wreck placed third. Winter was highlighted by the Semi- Formal which had as guests the Grand Officers of TKE. The annual beach trip saw the TEKES heading for the sands of Panama City Beach. With a strong gain of outstanding new members, Beta Pi of TKE will remain as one of the leading fra- ternities in 1975. Moe's and Joe's . . . Four in a row for Zip . . . The Beak is unique tthank Gody . Yeah Mike, I thought she looked older than 15 too . . . Get off my back . What can Jim do thatl can'tdo?. . . One verticle smile in the rear-view mirror . You ought to teach your kid to keep his nose out of other people's business, Chuck . . . Sgt. Smellers of the P. Patrol .R.O.B.8.A.M.O.T.RRA.G. - O.L.T. . Don 't need a sledge hammer to drive a straight pin . . . just give Paul and Mary a basket, they don't need a balloon . . . Jiveass Sikes, "75". . . Seen Dr. Lower lately, Steve?. . . What would you say if you could talk, Bert?. . . What'd you get for Christmas, Mr. Personality, and how many girls have you driven to marriage? . Scott, is it cold outside?. . . What did you do to get all those hockey tickets, Smiley?. . . Bringing in the sheaves with the 'winos. . . Groves leaves but the atmosphere stays the same. . . You flake it off and eat it like a potato chip . . . Gafufo Marico. . . The Flying Buran Brothers, featuring the Great Wallena and his side-kick Ace . . . Grasshopper, what's wrong with stereo? . . . Walton gang, Apt. 203 . . . Croweel and Stine lead the revolt against puberty. . .Andy, do you know what time it is? . . . It's going up and down, but he can 't get it in . Lonely Women Make Good Lovers . . . For a good time, call 892-2724, ask for BIG. . . Smoooth. hit: me ll'xAl'Rf-Xmd ';2 1k .t eanECD-V- tut FIR c,- w W"d :2; ma GM: 3 3' ST NATIQNM 8W? esnei'i gw'km "5'54," -3?' Q w; .f???K ' Iovve'.9, U x o o . . P 9 a s Theta Chi The Alpha Nu Chapter of Theta Chi Fraternity this year had a pledge retreat to North Georgia with Dean Jerry Gal- lups, the annual Carnation Crawl, and a trip to Panama City. We had a successful rush with 22 pledges tall and three more winter. Pool! . . . the country club is open! . . .Captain Protection. . .Justone game of beer and one pitcher of foosball . . . Dontt you wanna have a little fun? . . . This week, the bone award goes to You dickforel . . . Kiss it, Honky ...Who,me?. . .l,nameinfull. . .A rooster in the IibrarW. . . Hey b0. . .3 in30. . .2in4. . .l'mhorny. . .Let's transfer to Florida e or Virginia . Streakl. . .we simply canttaffordit. . . the lottery. . .Ossman sucks. . .hide it in your sock . . . Hey man, letts play some basketball. . . it only costs a quar- ter. . . I Believe . . . war between the states . . . I've been here almost as long as Barr. . .Well, personallyyou're going to jail . . .Carnation Crawl . . .because the water is too cold. . . the Chink grad- uated? . . . ltts that time of the month again . . . Who said Theta Chits were streaking?. . .TKEts and GX's speak? 359 THETAXI - l; , K - IDENTIFICATION PAGE 500 . . 7 x . w r i' , z. C M a. 4.5.. .0 Frat ,, .559 3a x .wmykmwwxwgpwmb ,. .u L x . F? .r, , , . ILLJIJM .T .: ..+ KN. ............... ............m ...wg.u......n.. wrung??? 77-5-77??? . ZET'A'BETATAU IDENTIFICATION PAGE 500V s . v . v . C . :m..,. L . ml? 363 364 Zeta Beta Ta u ZBT initiated 12 new brothers this year. The Trivia Bowl Team won the school championship for the second year in a row. We finished first in our football league and second in our league's bas- ketball and volleyball competition. Our new mascot is Toker. Tokerls mess . . . poker games . . . Ftowe pulled a 4.0 last quarter? . . . Cindy and Mary. . . Ftoom 11 . . . Buzz . . . Smoke in the halls, smoke in the walls. . . Snafu. . . Surprise Band Par- ties . . . Squire Steak House . . . Bev . . . Where did you get the Coors . . . more Taker mess . . . Rush parties. . . ContinentalBaseballLeague. . .Kenne- sawls tripping. . . Beetle. . . No more Cottonwood . . . The great Coke machine . . . Lobster eyes. . . baggles . . . Betty's big . . . Moskhelmer . . . He's a one at short. . . Zoo Breath . . . Kegs . . . 3 card guts . . . Zesto's run . . . the number J is OK. . . . Tubular Bells. . .McGrath's Bomb. . .Limp the Second. . . BBL . . . Bauman's wheels . . .J.S.. . .'Bamapartles. . .Scharffs . . . Room 4 . . . ls Gail coming up, or is Larry going down, or shouldnlt it be rev- ersed . . . Ma Oviatt . . . Westberry's Teaknocker. . . Kool-Aid. . . WP and FA. . .Stu's band. . .McGraaath. . . Atkinson's banr . . . B-Ball super sophs . . . President Tom-Tom. . .Springfield Heads . . . by me . . . What was the name of the . . . Toker did it again . . . Batchy. . .Bev-N-Grover. . .Saturday morning work parties . . . Golden Boy . . . Montag's chicks . . . If it's even I love Pam. . .Gauss's Law. . .Carlos is getting married . . . Rooney's fixing our stereo. . .Lester-n-Debble. . .Kraus's Ping Pong Paddle . . . Hey Kemp, Let's stay straight today . . . I will if you will, Ftowe. . .Rookie. . .Mac'spounds . . .pledge raids, I think. . .where's the composite and the clocks . . . Room 5 . Tom's Toker clamp methods . . . Baumants Guerrilla Farts . . . Rowe's phone calls. . .Edgar. . .Slnsheimer's no. 19 . . . Bong after Bong after Bong . . .Who'llreplace Fisherman. . .Mardi Gras Weekend . . . Napper's in the stall again. . . It's all in the dice. . . Ignates J. Federosk. . . Toker's mess. .n 1: 15 cm . 'f a O nan A 365 I mwa :vrn i T , x." weymrw" 4 IDENTIFICATION PAGE 50! Panhellenic Council Serves Tech Sororities Sororities at Georgia Tech are gov- erned by the Panhellenic Council. This organization, which is analogous to the lnterfraternity Council, establishes policy for Tech sororities and acts as a repre- sentative voice for these groups in cam- pus affairs. Members of the council come from all three recognized sororities, Alpha Gamma Delta, Alpha Xi Delta, and the newly formed Alpha Chi Omega. The Panhellenic Council actively par- ticipates in rush by creating guidelines for rush programs. The council also works closely with the I.F.C. to promote Greek Life at Georgia Tech. FAR LEFT: Valerie Compton, President. 369 SSES - CLASSES - CLA 371 372 Tech Education . . .An Evolution The education of Tech students is the evolution from idealistic freshmen to real- istic seniors. Arriving at Georgia Tech with high ambitions, freshmen are deter- mined to withstand the academic rigors. As they become sophomores, students are generally pleased to have made it through the first year with a semblance of sanity. Junior year brings some realiza- tions about Tech and some hopeful plans for 'tlife after Tech." When the last year finally arrives, seniors are almost totally preoccupied with two things: graduation from Ma Tech, and the big question, ttWhat aftef?" "1.. . 52.: Which Is Worse: 8 O'Clock Quizzes or Friday Affernoon Labs? 374 O. k' . A J '52 m", r . 970:0 I v N 3 gm- if; d m; V I a l WhaJr Do You Do WM": 6 Lone Hou I u . I I a a s Happiness Is an Affernoon " Wi+hou+ Class W W aim? a Wmeaiga Y , W, 3,- d invAKgKtkgd I u LI 3 S .NWde In 1.! C e T .m . g r 0 9e IT. a e a e 3 In T I Iv, .I v. xlxvdu3 :13? W 2., e r O rT e B IT In .m.. N e In CLASS PRESIDENTS DENN IS WH ITE Junior Chass Presidenf SCOTT Kl N N EY Senior Chass Presidenf 3B2 MARCIA HAGER BETH BROWN Sophomore Chass Presidenf Freshman Class Presidenf Wm. Samuel Adams Jr. B.Ch.E. David Lee Agee B. M. E. Larry Ward Allen B.S. LMgt. Harry Leroy Anderson B.S. I.Mgt. M; Anthony J. Arduengo B.S Chem. : w Barry L. Adelson B.C.E. Thomas M. Akins B.I.E. William David Allen B.M.E. Ashfaq H. Arastu B.EE. AA James E. Armstrong Jr. B.S. Math. C. Joseph Adiele B.M.E. ' Lawrence J. Aldrich B.C.E. John Hill Allgood B.S.B.C. B.S. Chem. Clifford M. Averett B.S. LMgt. Stephen C, Adkinson B.S;B.C. Charles R. Allen B.S. Text. A. k 1'1, Craig Anderson B.S. Text. P. 2. Ardeshirpour B.E.E. Francis D. Bailey Jr. B.M.E. 386 Joseph L. Bailey BS. Phys. Edgar B. Barrett Jr. B.M.EA James A. Beanie B.S. lmgt. AA Stanley M. Belyeu B.E.E. Paul M. Bethea B.ME. R A Randall E. Bailey B. I.E. Kenneth P. Barrick B.E.E. Bobby L. Beckum B.M.E. Paul R. Bendeck BEE. Scott H. Bevier 8.8. mm Geofferay A Baker 88. Imgt. Ross L. Beebe Daniel L. Bennett B.A.E. Wm. D. Bingham B. Text. TI Robin A. Baker BS. Phys. John 8. Bath 8.8. Math James C Bennewitz B.Ch.E. Robert M. Blaylock B. Text. '71; . Joseph K. Ballengee B.M.E. John C. Bausano B.C.E. Phillip R. Berrey B.C.E. Edward C. Bleichner B,E.E. Donald P. Ballew B.S. Imgt. Deborah 8. Beard B.S. Psy. Lawson F, Bell B.C.E. William M. Berry B.Ch.E. Daniel Boada B.C.E. Thaddeus E. Boggs Hoy R. Bohanon 8.8. T.Ch. B.M.E. x. . QC Philip A. Bosshardt B.I.E. David L. Bolton B.S. Chem. John C. Bourdon Cameron H. Bonifay Brian R. Bonser 8.8. lmgt. B,Ch.E. Bachir V. Boustany B.M.E. Steven W. Bowers 8. Arch. Michael S. Bowman B.S. Biol. David P. Boyer Jr. 38. lmgt. Karen R. Borman B.S. Chem. David O. Bovie B.C.E. Paul R. Bowley 8.8. Bmgt. Jerry W. Boyd B.S. Imgt. Philip J. Boyle B.Ch.E. 388 Claude R. Bridwell 13.1.5 7 Leroy K. Branch Jr. Charles T. Brantley Richard H Branton James F. Brice Don F. Bridges B.M.E B.I.E. B.S. I.C.S. B.Ch.E. B.M.E. war:'mh;rum . , 4 . w Steven R. Broadwater William T. Brockman Robert H. Brooks Carroll F. Brown Charles M. Brown 8.8. Imot. B.Ch.E4 B.S. Gmot. B.E.E. B.M.E. B.S. Psy. David D. Brown Foster E. Brown James A. Brown Jesse 0. Brown Ill Joseph Brown Michael L. Brown B.M.E. B.I.E. B.S. Biol. B.M.E. B.S. lmgt. B.M.E. Robert W. Brown Emily H. Bruce B.S. Phys. 83. BioL Alan S Bubes Harold F Bufford 8.3 Imgt. B.Ch E. .- James D, Bunn Michael W. Burgess B.I.E. B.S. Msci . . , - . " '1 Robert H. Burkett Jr. Daniel W, Burn B.C.E B.S. Biol. Ronald K. Burns Michael H. Burnside B E.E. BM.E. r I . Q t . v; : M ' . k. :1 ' .' .; 4x. 3:. . .. FA . . . a x , m. wgm Richard A. Bush James F Button Alfred M. Byers William E. Byrd Clifford M. Cagle Edward W. Caldwell BM.E. BS. lmgt. BM.E. B.I.E. B.I.E. B.A.E. J . w arry M. Calhoun Warren R. Calven William C. Camp Douglas A. Campbell. Janet C. Campbell William N. Cantrell B,E.E. BS, Math. 8. Arch. BM.E. B. Arch. B.EE. 390 I Oh Jeffrey S. Carlisi Donald G. Carlson Laird S Carmichael Edward R. Carney Jr. Charles L. Carroll B. Arch. B.MAE. B.M.E. B.M.E. B.S. Msci. B.I.E. Charles E. Carter III Christopher Caner B.S. Imgt. B.M.E. W Kim D, Carter Michael v. Cartef B T.E. Charles M. Cash B.M.E. Ricardo L. Casas B. M.E. .4; Michael S. Cenker Steve W. Chaddick G. W. Chamberlin Ralph H. Chaney B.I.E. B.E.E. B.S Imgt, BS. Phys, Maria L. Castellanos Dale 3 Cater B. Arch. B.S. Econ. Frank E. Chastain Peter L. Check 8.8. lmgt. B.I.E. ,9 Ronald W. Ciesiel David E. Clapham B.E.E. B.E.E. Gary W. Cline Raymond G. Clinton Jr. B.A.E. B.A.E. 4,. Donald W. Cole B.S. Imat. Harry E. Collette Jr. B.S. PhVS. J. J ichael A. Companion 8.8. Psy. Valerie G. Compton 8.8. Msci. Chester N. Childers B.I.E. L A Jim A. Clark 38. Phys. . l f n Robert C. Clothworthy B.S. Imgt. George W. Collins B.C.E. Julianne R. Cone B.Cer.E. Debra A. Chipman B.S. Umc. Mark S. Clark B.I.E. Roben A. Cloudt 38. Text. Wallace H. Colly 8.8.8.0. Robert E. Cone B.C.E. Peter P. A. Chow B.E.E. John F. Clerici Frank E. Coffey B.S. Biol. 1 David F. Colvard B.M.E. John B. Conneen B.S.B.C. Leon C. Christens ll B.A.E. Jon W. Clifton B.S.I.C.S. .w: Q Charles R. Cole Joseph G. Colwell B.Ch. E. Gregory L. Conrad B.M.E. 392 Charles H. Cook B.C.E. Jaime Correal B.I.E. Ronald E. Cross B.S. Math Paul H. Daggett 8.8. Phys. Charles G. Davis B.I.E. James S. Cook Wm. W. Coons Jr. B.Ch.E. B.I.E. P NI Fernando Costa David J. Cowan B.S.B.C. Wm. B. Cross Charles A. Crum Jr. B.M.E. "J mfg: Andrew P, Dalgliesh Robert J. Dalton B.I.E. B.M.E. Edwin M. Davis Herbert H. Davis 8.8. Math ME. 45 William 8. Cooper B.I.E. Michael F. Cowan B.S. Imgt. Steven A. Dasher B.I.E. John M Davis B.CE. Jesse E. Crain B.C.E. Kenneth J. Crysler B.I.E. Duncan J. Daugherty B.S. Chem. Joseph C. Davis Jr. 843 Phys. James A. Creech Jr. B.I.E. George B. Dabney B.E.E. A'Ei V Charles W. Davidson Nancy J. Davis 38. Biol. Walter W. Dean Jr. B C.E. Wk Roger K. Derick B.CE. David K. Disney 85. lmgt. 6AA James W. Dullum B.M.E. Roben J. Deaton B. E E. Curtis K. Deutsch B.S. Biol. Edwin Dodd B.I.E. Jean E. Drawdy B.S. Chem. B.M.E. Bruce A. Dehnbostel B.A.E. Howard C. Dew B.E.E. Philip G. Dodd B.A.E. 5.4: c Jules H. Dreyfuss Jr. B.I.E. B.M.E. Lee P. Dupont Jr. David A. DeLong B.I.E r. 1- Jeffrey A. Dick B.C.E. Gary K. Dorman B.S. Biol. Robert M. Drose B.S. Msci. Richard L. 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Delawalla Site J. Delle Thomas J. Dempsey Vernon R. Dendy Randall A. Diekmeyer Edward N. Dietler, Jr. Bruce T. Dietrich David M Dinkins James M. Donaldson Roben W. Donner Paul A. Doscher Richard E. Downs, Jr. Paul A. Doyle James R. Drake Philip Y. Drake John E. Dressler James L. Drinkard Robert L. Droke, II Christopher Drossos Raymond J. Dudkowski Guy R. Duerwald 424 Michael 8. Duffy Graham B. Dukes, Jr. Charles I. Duncan Dwight E. Duncan Mahmoud M. Ead John M. Edens Uwe B. Einfeld John K. Einspanier R. C. Eisenschmidt, Jr. Darren A, Elg Glenn K. Elliott Walter G. Elliott James D. Ellis Ronald K. Ellis Thomas L. Elton James M. Endicott John Endsley John D. English Carlos E. Escoffery Henry E. Ethridge, Jr. James B Eubanks James A. Evans James M. Evans Mark R. Evans Stanley R. Everett James K. Ewing Michael D. Fallin Anthony J. Falotico Rhesa 8. Farmer, Ill James J. Feeney Sandra R. Fenton Philip W. Fentress G. E. Ferguson, Jr. Harvey D. Ferris Steven J. Fiesler Frank L. Fleming, Jr VWlliam J. Fleming, Jr. George E. Flowers George F. Floyd John M. Foley Gerald L. Forester Andrew S. D. Foster Douglas J. Foulke Richard V. Fraser Stephen Fusi John P. Galloway David R. Gardner George M. Gary Lawrence J. Gates Charles L. Germany Juniors Alton N. Gilbert, Jr, Richard L. Gilbert. Jr. Ronald F. Gilbert Chas. M. Gilreath, Jr. David R. Glass David G. Goettlicher Alan M. Goldstein Luis Gonzalez, Jr. Elizabeth Goolsby David G. Grainer Mark W. Gredler Philip W. Green James W. Greene Denis A. Greening Mary D. Greer James W. Greyard Virginia W. Griffin James C. Griffo Robert A. Grimes David F. Grimm Richard J. Gritter Gilberto J. Guardia David W. Gurley Adele C. Hagedorn George F. Haines Mary R. Hall Paul D. Hall Ramsay F Hall Randy C. Hall James B. Hamil Victoria D. Hanes J. E. Hankinson, Jr; Larry C. Hansford John E. Harchar Gary L. Hargraves Blane D. Hargrove Robert M. Harrell, Jr. Charles T. Harris James L. Harris Keith R. Harris William B. Harris Curtis R. Hart Richard T. Hart James W. Haskell, Jr. Kenneth M. Hays Lewis F. Hays Steven R. Hays Timothy A. Heilig Gary S. Heiman Lisa A Hern Pamela S. Herr Wm. E. Higginbotham Odis F. Hill David H. Hobbs Charles E. Hodges Sheridan Hodges, Ill Barry C. Holladay Robert D. Hollerorth Dennis W. Holloway Michael Hom David A. Hood Robert A. Hornbuckle Gary V. Hoss Barton A. Hove John S. Howell R. Howell David W. Hubbard Ira H. Hudson David A. Huete Mary E. Huggins David W. Hughes Joseph J. Hullings James J. Hundley. Jr. Ralph D. Hunsicker John M Hutcherson Jefferson Hutchings Michael D. Hynek Edward E. Iacobucci Kelly D. lgou Jeffrey lnskeep 425 426 David N. Ivester Paul E. lvie. Jr. Stephen H. Jackson Eduardo E. Jaen Cohen D. James. Jr. Jean R. Jansen Gary C. Jaynes Charles M. Jenkins Jack C. Jenkins Richard P. Johann Hoke S. Johnson, III Joseph S. Johnson Kenneth E. Johnson Mark D Johnson Raymond G. Johnson Foy E. Johnston, III Arthur B. Jones James C. Jones, III Kenneth R. Jones Kenneth S. Jones Ramona l. Jones Mark L. Jordan Stephen L. Josey Manuel A. Junco, Jr. James A. Justice Ralph H. Justus Wm. W. Kaduck, Jr. Curtis C. Keener Roy Thomas Kelley, Jr. Robert M. Kennedy Stephen D. Kennedy Arthur C. Kenton Stephen L. Kerkhof Robert G. Kimbrell Jeffery C. King Lovic C. King, Jr. Stephen L. King Diane F . Kinney Jonathan Kirschner David W. Kitchens Robert H. Kuhlke. Jr. Ronald A. Lacayo Thomas P. Lacount William R. Landgren Lynn M. Lanier Carol Lanning David A. Lantz David R. Larrimore Douglas P. Leasure Michael A. Lehman Chas P. LeMaire Mary M. Leon Fred Lerner James L. Lillard Stephen A. Lind Wayne A. Lindskog Stephen T. Linskey Michael A. Livingston Susan E. Lnenicka James M. Lohr Stewart W. Long Guy E Lowe Jr. Leonard C. Lowe Steve D. Luce Walter T. Luchsinger William E. Lundy James M. Lynes Jr. William J. Mack Ronald C. Maddox Harry L. Mahoney. III Larry R. Mallard Wm. D. Manley, Jr. Frank J. Marchese H. W. Markwort. Jr. David D. Martin Robert L. Martin Wm. P. Martin Mark H. Masses John V. Massey John E. Matejick Juniors Robert W. Matheny Barry T. Mathis Edwin L. Matthews James C. Maxwell Ralph G. Mayfield Kenneth E. McBride Charles P. McCamy N. W. McCartney, Jr. Joseph E. McCarty Wm. E. McClane Thomas J. McCollough Timothy A. McCord Michael A. McDonald Craig M. McGahey John D. McKay Gerald T. McMahan John R. McNair Robert H. McWilliams William H. Meeks, Jr. Antonio G. Menocal Wm. R. Mersbach Richard C. Metz Barry D. Michael Thomas J. Michaels Eddy P. Minchew Ronald J. Misura Douglas W. Mitchell Mark T. Mitchell Jon P. Mobley Geoffrey P. Mohs Carolyn A. Monnerat Larry D. Montague, Jr. Rodrigo Montano Wm. H. Moore Jose D. Morales Robert F. Morris, Jr. William R. Morris Ronald E. Morrow James G. Mosko Joseph L. Moskowitz Ferrell C. Moultrie Dennis C. Mueller Michael E. Mullins Wm. E. Mullis Patrick K. Murphey David B. Murray Patrick L. Murray Louis A. Musgrove, Jr. 427 428 Clyde A. Myers William R. Myers Harold D. Nationa Lloyd A. Neal Richard E Neese Ronald W. Neighbors Gregory F. Nelson Kent E. Nesvik James D. New Donald H. Niebruegge Robert L. Nielsen Donald B. Noggle Mark S. Norris Steven T. Norris Barbara K. Nurnberger Thomas A. Obra Brian A. O'Brien Scott R. O'Connell Dennis M. O'Connor James C. Ogle Ben H. Oglesby, Jr. Charles F. O'Hanlon, Ill Robeno A. Oliver Robert J. Olliffe Ronnie C. O'Neal Gary S. O'Neill John J. Orosz. Jr. Robert T. Oswan J. Knox Pannill, Ill Fred T. Paradise Mohsen Parandian Wm. D. Parken Hayes H. Patterson, Jr. Betty J. Pattillo Charles M. Paulk, Jr. Howard L. Paulk Sue E. Payne Alben Pearce George Pearce Robbie C. Peale Robert G. Pender, Jr. Louis E. Penrod Sebastian A. Peralta Mark E. Percich Guillermo E. Perez David W. Petty Rebecca L. Petty John 8. Phillips Mark E. Phillips David J. Pieper G. J. Pilkington, Jr. Pedro Pinel Norman P. Poire Richard D. Porter Phillip W. Powell Richard A. Powell Donnan E. Priester Gary D. Proctor Michael F. Psaila Frank J. Pucciano Juniors Roger C. Purcell Darrel L. Radcliffe Alan B. Rakel Bernard Reagan, Jr. Paul J. Reale Robert G. Reese G. G. Reid, Jr. Harvey J. Reid, Jr. Roger H. Reisert Rand Renfroe David A. Rezendes Donald E. Rhodes Harry M. Ridgeway Wm. J. Ritchie Frank B. Rives Ronald A. Robinson Steven W. Roecker Donald L. Rogers James M. Rogers Wm. L. Rollins, Jr. Bernard Rosenbach Alan R. Rowan Dozier A. Rowe Larry L. Howell William C. Rushing Scott A. Rutherford Carlos A. Salazar David E. Sale Rocker F. Salzer, Jr. Nancy A. Sampson James W Sander Robert O. Sands John A. Sargent Louis S. Sawyer. III David C. Schmidt D. E. Schoeberlain Brian L. Schroeder Harold A. Scott Jerry M. Sessoms Leslie N. Shade 429 430 Charles E. Shane. III James J, Shannon, Ill Barry R. Sharp William E. Shelander Steven M. Shelton Robert W. Shepherd David C. Shipano John R. Shiver Mark Shropshire James S. Shurbutt John F. Siemens, Ill Fernando B. Silva Carlton J. Simmons. Jr. Bradley R. Sims Robert M. Sinsheimer Jeffrey C. Skinner Cindy K. Skolkin Nathan G. Slochowski David H. Smilay Arthur R. Smith James Smith James Smith James Smith Levie D. Smith, III Philip J. Smith Robert B. Smith Steven W. Smith Warren S. Smith Steven A. Sonnenberg Alex M. Soriano Nancy Y. Sosebee Teresa J. Southworth Don H. Speck James M. Spivey Barbara A. Spon Joel F . Steadley David E. Stephens Julie A. Stephens Stanley L. Stewart Terry A. Stockdale Jere B. Stokely David H. Street Scott I. Strickland Wm. N. Strickland Bobby W, Strozier William J. Sullivan Hilory J. Surmiak M. N. Tabatabaian Mohammad H. Tahbaz George B. Taylor, Jr. Hubbard H. Taylor Larry C. Taylor Paul B. Taylor Raymond W. Taylor Marcus D. Tench Edward G. Theobald Fred F. Thompson Harris R. Thompson, Jr. W. L. Thornton. Jr. James M. Tierney Glenn D. Timmerman Michael E. Tompros Bruce A. Toth Michael H. Toulouza L. O. Trabue, Jr. M. Kirk Train Edward E. Traynham James G. Tripp James R. True Walter R. Truitt Billy R. Trussell George 0. Tuggle Tom Turkey Byron J. Turner, Ill Paul E. Turner Wade H. Turner. Ill Jeffery L. Tuttle Janet R. Tysinger Jeanette A. Tyson James R. Ullery Juniors Robert F. Unger Loretta M. Valdes Prince G. Valiant Clifton R. Van Treese Donald R. Varner Henry T. Vaughan, Jr. Lisa A. Vestal Prudence Virgin Guy P. Vocelka James T. Voglino Lewis Waffleface Fritz Wagener, Ill Richard L. Wakefield Susie O. Wallflower Arthur T Walker Wm. P. Walker, Jr. John L. Wallace John R. Walsh Nelson E. Walters Donald E. Ward Donna E. Watson William A. Watson, Ill Norman R. Webster, Jr. George Weidman Wrn. C. Weldon Wm. J. Wetmore V James E. Wheaton. Jr. Stephen G. Whelan Dennis K. White James C. Whittle, Jr. Stephen K. Wiedenbeck Frank M. Wilkins Robert M. Wilkins Wm. M Wilkinson David M. Williams Robert W. Williams Timothy P. Williams William R. Williams J. B. VWlingham, Jr. C. Willis Joel VWllis Larry B. Wills David L. Wilson Earl W. Wilson Steve C Windham Alan B Winkles Frederick L. Winn Robert S. Winslow Gregory K. Wise Kenneth W. Wislocky Sunny 8. C. Wong Kenneth G. Woo Charles 0. Wood Ronnie J. Wood Gary E. Woodard John L. Woodson Thomas K. Worde Carl L. Wuebker Conrad V. Wynne William A. Yeager Eva J. Youmans Charlotte A. Young Jonathan R. Young R. L. Youngblood, Jr. Thomas Ysseldyke Richard A. Zabinski Witold W. Zabinski John M. Zabriskie John J. Zeugner Wilson R. Zunz, Jr. 431 "7R:- - v. N 3 r 5 ' - , 3' I V'r V... --- - . V . 4m, 4' .,- ., .. . 1- ' Hwy r r 5 : x . ' , ' z I . ' , . , , . I . - ,- ' i . , , . . : 2 Ix I : I I , i ' I If r ' . I - ' ' 14., I i .7 I .' 4 ' r C '21:. g: ' ' - ' uuuuulllllll u 7 I . . ,.-: .-............ OPHOMORES 1 Mgr. 4A-"... - L- ..p-uap . ...... .ami. 432 ww'J-ga. .U, -2 n ....u Mu! CJ Barry M. Abrams J. Robert Adams. Jr. James S. Adams John B. Adams. Jr. John C. Adams, Jr. William P. Adams Roy E Akin Samuel B. Akin Alvin B. Allen, Jr. Eric A. T. Allen Joseph B. Allen Joseph C. Anderson, Jr. Richard E. Anderson Teresa A. Anderson Alan H. Anglyn Marvin W. Armistead T. K. Armstrong. ll Frank W. Arnold James E. Arnold James M. Arrowood Tim A. Ashton Philip H. Babb W. A. Bacchi- Julius B. Bagley Craig S. Bailey Leonard P. Baker Kenneth A. Ball Jeffrey B Barab Donald B. Barcomb Jeffrey L. Barker Thomas W. Barnes Gregory A Bartlett Ronald J. Bartlett John S. Baskin Laurence T. Bauman Mark O. Baxter John M. Beath Hal E. Bender Bobby D. Bennett Robert D. Bennewitz Jeffrey M. Bennice Marion W. Berryman Peter H. Berzanskis Wm. M. Beshears Scott C. Bevan Brenda M. Blaeser Steven W. Blizzard Robert J. Blumenthal Katrina K. Boggus Patrick T. Bolan 434 Bobby E. Bolen Randall Bolles Lynne H. Bollinger John A. Booth John O. Bormolini. Jr. John W. Bosky Charles Boswell James L. Bouldin Mark W. Bowen Ronald K. Bowen David C. Bowman Herchell A. Boyd Kenneth P. Boyette James C. Boyt Jan M. Bradley Michael P. Brady James P. Bragg David W. Branch K. S. Brandenburg Stephanie L. Brawner Wm. M. Brethenon, Jr. Edward L. Bridges Patrick L. Briggs Ronald E. Bristol Peyton N. Brittle, ll Gabrielle S. Britten Barry M. Brogdon Blaine A. Brookes James C. Broome Dan A. Brown Harry D Brown Kenton P. Brown Maurice L. Brown Stephen A. Brown Alice K. Browning Wm. H. Bruning Bruce A. Bryan Roger B. Bryant Wm. Bryant William Bryant Robert P. Bukovsky David L. Bullen David L Bunch Norman W. Bunn Michael J. Burk Carol A. Burtz Keith A. Bush Anne .1. Bushyhead Walter S. Bussey Gregory C. Butler John T. Butler Dennis G. Byrd Catharine S. Cabe John D. Caldwell. II John P. Caldwell Donald G. Campbell Sylvia J. Canino D. J. Cannington Nestor J. Canoy Michael D. Capshaw Michel Carriere Timothy A. Carrigan Gloria A. Carroll John M. Carroll, Jr. R. M. Carswell, III Gregory J. Carter Betty J. Cason Jean M. Cassens Juan S. Cecilia Daniel P. Chamberlin Terence L. Chan Debra L. Chandler Joseph M. Chang Ti Chang Van F. Chatraw David W. Cherry David P. Chew Wm. R. Chewning Sidney E. Chillcott John S. Chislett Sophomores A VSK $15 x h .1 a a :3 ,1 1 ! Yb 1'3 ' K x v", . 1 - ugA a ' bum Robert K. Christensen Anthony C. Ciampaglio Barbara L. Ciesiel Glenn C. Clack Craig A. Clark Ray M. Clark Raymond E. Clark Steven W. Clem Joseph 2. Cleveland Wm. M. Clifton Alfred G. Cofield Phillip G. Collier Samuel J. Collins Barry M. Compton Gary R. Comstock William A. Conley Randall F. Connelly Dennis T. Conrad David L. Cook Harold V. Cooper, Jr. James R. Cooper Alan R. Cordeiro Raymond S. Corpe Leonardus M. Codjens 436 David B. Cotter Theodore D. Coughlin Ursula A. Cox Joseph M. Craven Jim F. Crawford John J. Credit Edward J. Creech Michael B. Crisler James F. Culpepper Wm. S. Culpepper, III Janet Cunningham Paul A. Danforth VWIiam F. Daniel, III Charles B. Darsey Michael F. David Wm. J. Davies John T. Davis Matterson L. Davis James A. Deaton Siavosh Dehdashti Dennis J. DeLorenzo Tawana M. Derricotte Myron E. Desing. Jr. Elizabeth A. Dexter Manuel E. Diaz James E. Dicello Douglas H. Diefenbach Barbara S. Dishion Dennis P. Donahue Lisa M. Donnelly David W. Dorman Douglas B. Doughty Gregory M. Downs Edward Dschida Howard A. Drew, Jr. Gregory T. Dubberly James W. Dukes George W. Duncan James W. Dunlap David T Dunn Wm. H. Dunn Gregory S. Durden Clarence Dwiggins. Jr. Otis L. Eddings, Jr. Lawrence S. Edelblum Sophomores Richard W. Edwards Michael L. Eisele Jack E. Ellis Walter R. Emory Daniel C. Entac Marshall H. Epstein Farahnaz Eslami John C. Estes Stephen R. T. Evans Kenneth W. Everett Stanley P. Everett John M. Farrell, Jr. Steven B. Farrow Michael J. Faughnan John E. Fears David R. Fentem Joyce M. Ferreira John D. Ferrell, Jr. David E. Finch Vivian D. Fincher Margaret L. F isher Richard Fisk Melanie Fitzsimons Manine Flanagan Bernard L. Flank Toni F. Flannagan Mary K. Ford Francis A. Foskett Jaime A. Fournier Daniel T. Fowler Steven W. Fox David L. Fragala Ross T. Fralick Terry F . Frazier Marguerite Frick Robert A. Frost Edwin G. Fulkerson Oscar J. F umagali Linda M. Futral Samuel F. Futral. Ill Wm. H. Gaillaro Laura C. Gallagher Judson E. Gary, Ill Kenneth H. Gaskins Gary L. Genest John W. Germany Stephen F . Gildner Richard K. Ginn James E. Giuliani Joseph C. Gluck Eric M. Goldberg Cynthia Golding Marvin E. Goldman, Jr. Thomas L. Goodson Paul J. Goodwin Robert W. Goree, Jr. Jane M. Goss Richard B. Goss David E. Grant John E. Gray Daniel H. Greenberg Larry N. Greenway Hal W. Greer, Ill Crystal D. Griffith George E. Griffiths James D. Griggers, Jr. Dan P Griggs Timothy M. Gunn Lawrence B. Gutman David H. Hafner Douglas R. Hagan Marcia D. Hager Joanne B. Hagerty Paul A. Hakenewenh Bert Hall Hennrietta K. Hall Mark Hall Mark Hall Douglas D. Hamilton Wm. L. Hammond Paul R. Hampton John 8. Hand Cindy L. Harden Keith E. Hardman Frank E. Haren Carla A. Harker Louis E. Harper, Jr. Charles E. Harrell, Jr. John A. Harris Steven L. Harris Charles S. Harrison Stephen M. Harrison Steven T. Hatch James M. Hatfield Frances J. Hauck Deborah L. Haug Tommy M. Hawkins David W. Haxton Gordon F. Hayford Charles M. Haynie John T. Head, Jr. Steven R. Heim Denise R. Heitmann Jimmy L. Helton John I. Henderson George W. Hendrix Mark J. Henley James M. Henson. Jr. Ross C. Herbert Anthony 0. Hester Michael F. Hickey Julio C. Hidalgo David K. Hill, Jr. John M. Hinson. Jr. Caron D Hinton Glenn M. Hitchcock David A. Hoadley Robert M. Hoard Danny B. Hodge Gary L. Hoenig Veldon D. Holaday Jr. Alan F. Holley Clay A. Holtsinger Douglas R. Hooker Wm. L. Hornsby Jr. Dan B. Horton Dale R. Hoskins Charles C. Houghton 438 mores Ag; 3 .- Sopho x . Patrick J. Houston Roben A. Houston Charles T. Howard Maurice L. Howard Robt. W. Hugueley Earl B Huie Racheal V. Hulett James P. Hulsey Carlos D. Humphrey Ida E. Hutchings Michael V. Hutchins Daryl B. Ingram Deryl W. Israel Joel D. Ives R. P. Jabaley, Jr. Michael 0. Jackson Anthony D. Jape Alex R. Jarrett Harold M. Jarrett Jon D. Jeffries Svend A. Jensen Castillo J. C. Joglar Richard S John Neil C. Johnson W. Johnson Richard S. Johnston David Jones Jacqueline F. C. Jones Philip C. Jones Charles E. Jordan, Jr. Pamela H. Jurczyk Neil A. Kantner Shu C. Kao John H. Kastanakis James M. Keba James M. Keel Charles B. Keitel John E. Kelley Hayes L. Kennedy, Jr. Thomas H. Kenton Lee A. Kidd Fred R. Kilpatrick John B. Kimsey Archibald M. King Ernest M. King Phillip M. King James W. Kirk Richard C. Kissell 439 440 Michael J. Kline James K. Knight Roben V. Kolarik Edgar W. Kopp Marc J. Kornfield John M. Lackey Dwain G. Laing Richard M. Lamb, Jr. Robert M. Landry James R. Lane Kenneth G. Lane Casey C. Lang Michael J. Lang Michael N Langford Antony D. Langhan Craig S. Lasseigne James C. Lawless Wm. B. Leathers Robert W. Leland Wendy B. Leser George J. Leverett David M. Lewis Lawrence J. Lewis Cheri S. Lightsey Robert F . Lightsey Mark E. Ligler Harold E. Lindsey Matthew A. Linskey Supha Liptavat Glenn H. Lofton Glen 8. Long Victor M. Lopez Cortland R. Lowe, Jr. Donald .J. Lutz James E. Lyle, Jr. Robert A. Maddox David N. Makinson Roy D. Malac John P. Malloy Douglas L. Mann Richard D. Marchbanks Bertha T. Martinez Jeffrey W. Martinroe Morris Maslia Michael E. Massey James A. Mathis D. W. Matson, III Reita W. Matthews Gary C. May Jack H. Mayes Sophomores Michael G. Mayes James O. McAmis Cathy A. McAnsh Wm. P. McBride Robert D McCall. Jr. Betty L. McCray Lawrence D. McDowell John M. McGarity Roy D. McGaughey Wayne C. McGinnis Marion L. McGraw, Jr. Jack O. McMillan. Jr. Michael L. McNeaI Eugene E. McPherson Nathan Meehan Douglas F . Menne James I. Meredith Mary E. Metzler Arthur L. Meusel John I. Michaels. III David R. Miller John Miller David A. Mimms Wm. J. Minschwaner Charles S. Mitchell James B. Mitchell Zuheir F. Moad Robert C. Moeller Steven L. Moen Mark A. Moersen Ralph Monsalvatge Clark R. Moore 442 Rachel L, Moore Wayne E. Moore Helyn C. Morin Wm. M. Moses, Jr. Douglas M. Moss Robert C. Mona Terrell K. Murphy Michael J. Murray Richard A. Myers Linda L. Nagy Robert L. Nansteel Harold W. Nations Rebecca L. Nease Basil A. Needham Richard H. Nelson David S. Nephew, Jr. Wm. H. Nepute Charles R. Newberry Stephen R. Newell John N. Nichols James W. Niehoff Edward J, Nix, Jr. Mark W. Norman Edwin P. Nowvood John W. Nyame Keith A O'Daniel Manuel J. Oliver David B. O'Neal Calvin O'Rear Patrick E. O'Rourke Joseph H. Orr George Ossman, III R. J. Ostranger. Jr. Henry C. Ouzts Mark D. Oviatt Richard L. Owens Michael E Owensby Melvin D. Ozburn Terry R. Palmer David C. Paris, Jr. Wm. H. Park, Jr. Joan M. Parker Charles E. Parks Danny Parrish Raymond G. Parrish, Jr. Thomas R. Parrish Ed Partin Harry T. Patat Michael K, Paticchio William R. Panerson Nancy G. Pattillo Tia Patton Wrn. T. Patton Allan B. Paulk Donald F. Paxson Kent E. Payne Norman E. Pelham R. R. Pendergrass Valledor N. Perez George E. Peurifoy Blane R. Phillips David A. Phillips Danny T. Phillips David R. Pierson Martha G. Pilcher Martha A. Pilgreen Willie R. Pittman Sidney R. Plait Bonnie F. Plaxico Daniel W. Poe Keith W. Polinkas Philip L. Poole Rodney L. Pope Luckhana Pornverojn Peggy A. Porter Robert B, Porter Helmut H. Portmann Cordell E. Prater Joseph C. Preston Burt L. Price 0 am HM W: Sophomores 9' 1'5"; I , -..,-. umemxx V633 S .. Joseph S. Price David C. Priester Andrew W. Privene Robt. G. Provost. Jr. Michael B. Pruett David W. Pugh John J. Pujol Gregory V. Purdy Wm. H. Radke Steven A. Ragan John R. Rankin, IV Edward T. Rasmussen Stanford E. Ray Harold A. Read, Ill Ronald M. Reames Warren L. Recicar Gary T. Reed Thomas R. Reimer Wayne E Reitz Cary W. Rhodes Craig A. Rhodes Wm. T. Rhodes Judith P. Rice Franklyn L. Richter Larry E. Ridlen Francis Ritchie David M. Robb C L. Roberts, Jr. John J. Roberts, .Jr. Roberta M Roberts John W. Robinson Anne L. Robison 443 444 Sophomores Barney L. Rocker Michael O. Rodgers T. Rodgers Mario R. Rodriguez Douglas K. Rogers Richard E. Rogers Robert L. Roglin Ranette M. Romire Stephen A. Roos, Jr. Russell 8. Rose George W. Rosenberger Lawrence J. Rosenthal Robert B. Rossier Paul J. Rowan, Jr. Robin Rowe Lawrence C. Ryle, Jr. Lawrence D. Saggus, Jr. H F. Sakalaucks, Jr. Sharon L. Sakate Sylvia M. Samra Earl C. Sanders Wm. J. Sanders Gregory Santaromita James C. Sapp Edward Saputa Richard P. Saputa George J. Sauter, III Timothy G. Sawyer William J. Schnettler Michael F. Schnittker Craig H. Schoch John E. Schrock Ben S. Schwartz Truman D. Seiber, Jr. Ellice F. Seiden John T. Seip Edward A. Senules Earl M. Shackley David J. Shaw Ralph L. Shaw James L. Sheffield Dianna L. Shelander Mark R. Shoemaker David E, Shofman L. C. Sickinger. Jr. Einar Simons Lu Ann Sims John T. Singleton Somboon Siriboon Manuel F. Siverio Philip E. Slemons Sanford W. Slider Richard H. Slocumb B. Smith Barry C. Smith Christopher D. Smith Darrell D. Smith George M. Smith H. Smith Harold Smith Hudson F. Smith Jeffrey A. Smith Karen J. Smith Larry G. Smith Martin K. Smith Philip R. Smith Robin G. Smith Sandra F. Smith Stephen H. Smith Stephen T. Smith Todd A. Smith VWIIiam Smith William A. Smith Wm. B. Smith Wm. T. Smith. Jr. John A. Snader Judson A. Snead. Jr. Paul S. Snyder Edwin J. Sofinowski Bobby G Solomon Edward O. Sopher John A. Sosebee Wm. S. Spamer Bruce G. Spengler Gaines F. Spivey Richard R. Spraggins Henry G. Spratt Dermatas Spyros Michael A. Staiger David C. Stallings Michael R. Stamps Mike W. Stanyer Reuben W. Stapp Carole Steen Robert P. Steinjann Arthur W. Stelson Winfred C. Stelzer Roy Stephens Mark J. Stepongzi Wm. H. Stewart. Jr. William D. Still Jack A. St. John Robert L. Stone, Jr. Samuel P. Stone John A. Stovall L. P. Strickland 445 446 David E. Studstill, Jr. Walter E Stuenkel Richard M. Suever George B. Summerville Jonathan B Sumner Valeria J . Suttles Ronny L. Taft James W. Tahler Robert C. Tapper Peter L. Taner Robin D. Taylor Rumsey B. Taylor Wm. N. Taylor. Jr. Mark C. Thies Robert H. Thim Michael B. Thomas Samuel W. Thomas Bryan T. Thompson Charles D. Thompson James L. Thompson, Jr. Larry R. Thompson Larry S. Thompson Catherine B. Thorpe Donald L. Thorstad Michael W, Thurmond Mark A Tilden Charles L. Till. Jr. Wm. T. Tiller Larry A. Tillery Cheryl L. Tilley Walter J. Tingle Carl A. Tomko, Jr Edward J. Tostanoski Steven Toth Henry M. Tribble Anna Tsoukalas Julia E. Tucker David H. Turk Edward J. Turner Richard H. Turner Dennis E. Turnham William R. Tyner Michael G. Van Wagner Harry L. Vann Charles G. Vits Wm. R. Volz Randall E. Wages Lisbeth A. Wagner Deborah L. Wagnon Warren S. Waite Bradley J. Waitzman Diane E. Walker Jeffrey S. Waller Michael C. Walters Anthony G. Ward Floyd J. Ward Richard D. Waring, Jr. James A. Warren, Jr. Wanda K. Warren Gerald 8. Waters David E. Watford Kevin C. Watson Ralph E. Watson Roger W. Watson B. A. Watterworth Ronald M. Watts Thomas A. Weber David G. Weeks Robert S. Weir Andrew H. Welch Curtis J. Wellbrock David T. Wells Herbert L. Wells Wm. R. Wentz Romulus West Keith S. Wettig Joseph D. Wheeler Arthur T. White Charles T. White David T. White Stephen B. Whitehouse Thomas E. Wiggins David E. Wilder Paul T. Wiley Thomas W. Wilhite Timothy R. Wilhoit Carl L. Williams, III David G. Williams John B. Williams L. P. Williams, III Mark H. Williams Max L. Williams Philip A. Williams Sharon C. Williams T. Williams T. V. VWIiams, lll Tony D. Williams Wyman L. Williams Vera Willing Dennis N. Willingham Walter W. Wilson Peter G. Winham Paula F. Winn Brian E. Winsor James W. Winters Kelly M. Wirges Donald A. Wood, Jr. Richard H. Wood, Jr. Terry L. Wood Elinor J. Workman George R. Wren Carl R. Wrenn Delmer E. Wright Richard G. Wunner Neil S. Wyche Kenneth L. Wyett Douglas J. Yacenda Ronald A. Yanda Peter J. Yauch Edward J. Young Johnny C. C. Young Lawrence D. Young Reginald W Zears Gary R. Zielinski Kung Zu 447 1n. 6;. u; R;y .3. W50:- ! 2.er FRESHM 2 .3 448 Sidney Abrams Robert C. Abt Douglas E. Acree Meridith A. Adamson Wm. G. Adamson, Jr. Bernard E. Addy, Jr. Nkwachukwu M. Adiele Daniel T. Aide Gabriel A. Alfonso Cynthia S. Allen Francisco E. Alonso John D. Alsman Christopher N. R. Amos Robert A. Andersen C. E. Anderson, Jr. David M. Anderson Joseph B. Anderson Paul L. Anderson Raymond V Anderson Larry C. Andrews Agustine A. Angulo John V. Archer, Jr. Orlando J. Arjona John K. Arnold Donald J. Aronin Steven R. Ashby Richard T. Aspray Dino Asselanis George FL Athenon. Jr. Wm. R. Avera Henry E. Aviles Doris L. Bacon Matthew M. Bailey Megan L. Bailey Robert B. Bailey Zanthia J. Bailey Marcos D. O. Barbalho Perry R. Barbee John M. Barnes, Jr. Wm. D. Barnhouse Henry R. Bauer James W. Bayer Virgil E. Beall Rodney A. Beals James L. Beard John R. Beck David J. Becker David J. Bennett Keith D. Bennett Michael D. Bentley Freshmen x3 x n1 . .. w Z; ' E , g V . J x r: 77. ' W . '2 u. 7x; . 3H -y'w: Wm; J. Benton, Jr. Edward J. Berry Harold E. Berry Richard P. Berry, Jr. Wm. H. Betsill. Ill Irene H. Beverstein Carolyn H. Bigelow Manna C. Bisset Frances B. Black Scott C. Blackadar Thomas D. Bland Franklin G. Blaydes Albert G. Boanfield James A. Bott Keith E. Boulware Steven W. Boyce Frank Boyd, Jr. Wendy J. Boyd Robert P. Bradford Lester M. Bradshaw, Jr. Scott T. Brady Charles H, Branch, Jr. Steven G. Branscombe Robert C. Brantley. Jr. Philip M. Breedlove Michael J. Breunig Leon J. Brock Wm. E. Brock Thomas R. Brockbank Ronald E. Brockman Stephen A. Brooke Beth M. Brown James L. Brown Mark E. Brown Michael H. Brown Robert A. Brown Robyn E. Brown David L. Bruce 1 Michael J. Brugh David W. Brumfield June A. Brydges Leonard H. Bubis David B. Buffalo Peter J. Bufford James L. Bukowiec Janryk W. Bukowski Theodore A. Bull Byron L. Burel 450 Kevin R. Burke Clarence Burleson Jr. Paul S. Burney Kevin R. Burns Daniel W. Caldwell Robert B. Caldwell Donald K. Cameron III Gregory M. Camp Roben M. Cannon T. A. Cantillo III Rebecca E. Capes Eric W. Carlson Paul M Carmichael Thomas G. Carrafiello Edelbeno F. Carrera Kenneth A. Carrillo Henry H. Carroll John O. Carruth Melvin Carter Cathy A. Caseman James D. Casey Lamar B. Castles David G. Cavender Chris C. Caviness John S. Cawthon Jr. David M. Chamberlain Norman C. Chastain Kevin L. Chestnut Otis L. Childs Angela M. Chin James M. Chipman Thomas J. Chojnacki John Cipolla Gerald H. Clark Geoffrey D. Clarke J. Claude John 8. Clay Jr. John B. Clayton IV Homer F. Cochran Leslie A. Cochran Wrn. R. Coggins David H. Cohen James Coleman Patrick Coleman Anthony Collins Jack G. Collins Jeffrey C. Collins Wm. M. Collins 451 452 Jennie L. L. Colosi Charles B. Colson Alex M. Cook. Jr. Timothy J. Cope Earnest H. Cornett David R. Cornish DanieI M. Corpman Howell L. Couch David 2. Cowan Jeffrey L. Cox Michael W. Cox Barbara M. Crane Wm. H. Cranford, Jr. Charles K. Cummins, Jr. Richard M. Cureton Stephen P. Curl Bruce S. Cuniss Craig D. Cuttner Roger S. Dadiomoff Richard S. Dale Paul C. Danzi D. Davidson Michael A. Davidson R. Davis Kathleen 8. Day Brent E. Deboard Dennis A. Decker John R. DeKoning Richard E. DelGrande Paul B. Dill Smith H. Dismuke Robert L. Dixon, Jr. Daniel S. Dlugosz Dana M. Dobbs Patricia M. Dodd Pedro F. Dominguez Wm. E. Donaldson Poston EA Drake Scott L. Draper David W. Drury Angus C. Dudley Bruce G. Duff John E. Dulla Paul 8. Duncan Bradley K. Dunckel Dennis G. Dunham Harry V. Durden, Jr. Wm. F. Durham James E. Duval Marianne M. Dwyer Steven J. Early James A. Efron Paul W. Ehrhardt Deborah A. Eidson Michael S. Eidson Kim A. Elliott Ralph E. Elliott Russell 8. Elliott Jane E. Ellis Jennifer S. Emmons Edwin R. Epstein William Erb Wm. D. Escue Curtis M. Evans Edward L. Evans John M. Evins David L. Farris Lawrence A. Faulkner Anne M. Fay James B. Feldman Robert Felts Jose R. Fernandez Bradley P. Feuston Francis G. Ficker Gary A. Filer Mary J. Fincher Bette M. Finn M. D. Finocchiaro Herman E. Fletcher, Jr. Edith S. Flinn Freshmen Ray P. Flowers, Ill Suzanne Fl nt Richard E. oppiano Mickey D. Fordham Christa J. Foster Winnifred J. Foster Theo H. Foqntain Manley J. Fox Wm. L. Franklin John R. Frazier, Jr. Michael O. Frazier Richard W. Fredlund David W. Freeman Kevin R. Freitag Johannes M. Frings Dale B. Frye Daniel L. Frymire Leo A. Furlong, lll Robin R. Galer Joel L. Galt E. J. Gangarosa. Jr. Ramona A. Ganssle James C. Garcia Brenda A. Gates John W. Gawa Wesley C. Gentry Sheryl D. George Stephen M. D. George G. Gerosa Gordon L. Gibby Jeffrey V. Giglio Ronald 0. Glass Dan C Godbee Lawrence A. Goding Frank B. Golley Stephen D. Goodman Victoria M. Gordon Charles T. Gore John H. Graham Philip W. Grandfield Philip A. Grant Edwin H. Graves Elizabeth A. Green Michael D. Greenblatt Terry L. Greenwood Dan R. Gresham Charles F. Gridley Rebecca A. Grier George L. Griffin, Ill Wm. W. Griffin, Jr. Ward D. Griffiths Jonathan P. Griggs George W. Grimes, ll Cheryl A. Guldenschuh David C. Gum Reha Gur Carol J. Guthas Joseph M. Haas, Jr. Jeffrey J. Haeffele Heyward A. Hall Richard M. Hall David S. Hallmark Craig A. Hamilton Gregory G. Hammer Jay Hammett, Jr. Richard F. Haney Jeanne M. Hanks L. Chris Hansen James S. Harbin Gregory K. Hardy Janet E. Hardy J. Craig Harper Robert A. Harper, Jr. Michael N. Harrell Catharine L. Harris R. Hartford Mary L. Harty Evin D. Harwell Allan E. Hause Mark W. Hawes 454 Wm. B. Hawkins Jon D. Hayes Thomas E. Haynes Jr. Ernest R. Hearn II Floyd A. Heberer Mary Linda Hedrick Michael S. Helmase Carla Hendrickson Mary Lynn Henley Robin M. Hensley Robert Edwin Herman Thomas M. Hess ll Ava Dawn Hetzer Alan W. Heuser Christine D. Hickman Richard H. Higgins Mark Wm. Highleyman Jody D4 Hightower Mark Wm. Hildebrand Bernie Cleo Hildreth Wayne C. Hill Merri Gaye Hitt James F. Hixon George L. Hodges Ill Colleen M. Hogan Kurt Wm. Hoge David C. Holbrook Edward L. Holcomb Jr. Stephanie J. Holland N. Wm. Hollingshad Roben M. Honeycutt Christopher C. Hooper Ronnie AA Hornbuckle Wm. E. Home Paul Weir Horton David Akers Hosford Scott Wm. Houser David R. Hoyer Jr. Lisa Anne Huddleston David Paul Humer G. B Hutchinson Jr. Wm. Kristjan Hutson Gordon L. Hyatt Jr. Steven Paul Iburg Mark Jerome Idol Armando F. Iduate Aaron Neil Ingram Dan Alford lsbell Larry A. Jackson Glenn M. Jardine Lionel R. Jellins Clifford G. Jenkins Curtis 8. Jenkins Pamela G. Jenkins Esther Eve Jimenez Freshmen x Calvin A. Jones Keith M. Jones Michael Jones Wm. Jones William Jones David R. Jordan Barry R. Kaple lhor W. Kardasz Kim Keelin James C. Kellams, ll Mary C. Kelley Anthony M. Kelly David P. Kemp Stephen M. Killough Harold J. Kime Stanley C. Kimer DougIas W. Kindred Erick D. Kindred William D. Kitchen Kristi S. Kjeldsen Stephen H. Knight Winston S. Knight Wm. S. Knight Kenneth J. Knox Wm. M. Kohnke Wm. H. Koontz Monte A. Korb Robert E. Kornman Jeftrey C. Korth Steven A. Kosmala Steven C. Kotzum Richard S. Kraich Vernon L. Lamb, Jr. Thomas H. Lanier Brian J. Larson Michael D. Latta Russell D. Lawrence James L. Lawson Althea A. Lee Jerald W. Lee Kere L. Lee Cynthia A. Lennon Steven C. Leslie Carl N. Lester Jerry D. Leven Rebecca R. Lewis Stephen B. Liggett Joy L. Lillis Wei 8. D. Lin Richard D. Llewellyn Jeff C. Loftin Marvin E. Long, Jr. Donald K. Lorenzo Teresa C. Lovelace Earl S. Lowe William Lowndes Jay S. Lozier Kenneth Ludvigsen James H. Ludwig Wm. R. Lutz James S. Lyle, Jr. Kenneth L. Lyman James E. Lynch John C. Lyon. Jr. Paul R. MacLeod Deborah L. Maeser Stephen W. Mahan John R. Maltbie G. A. Marcantoni Marjorie J. Markey James R. Marks Gary B. Martens David A. Martin Ferrin Y. Mathews, Jr. Wm. C. Matthews. Jr. Richard L. Maus, Jr. Robert W. Mayer, Jr. Philip M. McAlpin Michael H. McBride Joseph H. McCarty 455 T. l. McClannahan Wm. C. McCranie Nancy J. McCrory Russell L. McCullough Dennis E. McCunniff James S. McDowell Peter R. McDowell Brent D. McGee Walter 8. McGill Mark D. McKay Donald C. McKibben Wm. H. McKinney. Jr. Michael A. McMillan Terry 8. McMillan Mackey M. McNeilI Robert L. McQuaig, Ill John R. Meadows Robert W. Mee Harvey S. Meinstein Omar Melendez Luis F. Mijares Alfred M. Mikell Stephen R. Mikell John O. Milewski Fred H. Miller Mark A. Miller Roger L. Miller Timothy D. Mills Dennis S. Minix Thomas J. Minnock Alfredo G. Miranda James Mitchell Freshmen Michael J. Moffitt Raymond W. Mohler, Jr. Wm J. Mohr Katherine N. Mohun Mack G. Montgomery Wayne V. Montone Debra S. Moore J. K. Morrow John G. Moylan Gary Mozburn Wm. D. Muecke Ernest A. Muller Walter A. Muller Mitchell D. Mullican Mirella M. Murphy Wm G. Murphy Robert C. Murray, Jr. Lance J. G. Nachtsheim Charles B. Neal. III Constance L. Neely Diane Nelson Joseph W. Nelson Kenneth H. Nelson Billy W. Newton John M, Nichols Lawrence L, Noegel Renee Norvelle Daniel S. O'Dell James T. Olive Joseph 8. Olive Anthony 0. Olmstead John A. Olson Franklin 8. Orr Amory E. Osborn Sylvia R. Ostrander Kenny E. Ostrorn Gregory W. Owens Charlene D. Oxford Patricia L. Pace Jeffrey J. Palker Robert F. Parham Susan D. Parker Michael S. Parkes Timothy J. Parmentier Joseph W. Parsons Fereydoon Partovi Mark D. Paschal F.L.Pat1erson, Ill Michael J. Patterson Teresa G. Paul Mark J. Paxton Franklin D. Pearce Michael H. Pedrick Stephen L. Peet Wm. H. Pelham Anita L. Pendleton Thomas H. Pennell Lawrence C. Pentz Donna L. Perry Joseph H. Perry Raleigh 8. Perry, Jr. Michael A. Peters 458 Richard D. Phelps Dennis H. Phillips Kerry N. Phillips W. N. Phillips, Jr. James M. Piette. Jr. Jack W. Pilkenton, Jr. David M. Pinckney Jesus 0. Pira Bonnie L. Pitner James D. Pitts, Jr. Randall E. Poliner Michael J. Polston George R. Pope Tracy D Pope Victoria A. Potter Sandra R. Power Wilber F. Powers, Jr. M. M. Powledge. lII Robert H. Pratt James P. Price James T. Prokupek James W. Prolsdorfer Kent L. Purser Bruce L. Purvis Denis K. Quarles Edwin W. Quillian Jerre A. Quinn James R. Radatz Susan G. Rader Patricia L Rainey Richard B. Rakes James E. Ramage, Jr. Donna R. Rambo Teddy Ramos James T. Randolph Wm. S. Randolph Kenneth M. Rasche Donald E Ratay Therese L. Rauth John E. Reaves Leslie R. Reeves Robin L. Reinhardt Walter S. Rekuc Thomas Remenick Cynthia L. Rennolds Neal A. Rhodes Henry G. Rhyne Stuan A. Rich Eric J. Richter Sally L. Ricketts Constance E. Ritter John K. Riviere Douglas R. Roberts Gerry A. Roberts Kenneth A. Roberts Steven A. Roberts Thomas J. Roberts Joseph Robertson Thomas H. Robertson Wm. D. Robertson, III Samuel W. Robinson Jeffrey S. Rogers Luther B. Rose, Ill Barry J. Rosenberg Rufus E. Rosser Michael C. Roth Albert J. Ruh, Jr. Holland P. Rumph Thomas E. Rush Ruel Russell, III Robert E. Rutledge Wendell W. Ryle Richard A. Sachleben Lawrence A. Sale Charles M. Samford Mark M. Sandifer Joseph C. Sandlin, Jr. Jeffrey S. Savacool Eric A. Sawyer J N. Schaefer, III Freshmen Debora L. Scheib Charles A. Schell Mark E. Schlup John T. Schmidt Emile J. Schwarz Michael J. Scott Roderick W. Seay Phillip O. Serrian Wm. L. Sewell Christine A. Shaw Stephen 0. Shelley Thomas A. Shelton Hal M. Shepard Samuel J. Shepherd Carol M. Sheppard Franklin G. Shuler, Jr. Joel D. Shutt Richard G. Sieg Kathleen M. Simmons Alan F. Simon Connie E. Sims Clinton 0. Sites Lawrence E. Sinon Charles L. Smith David L. Smith Ernest C. Smith Ian C. Smith Jeffrey L. Smith Kent Smith Mark H. Smith Randall W. Smith Rhonda F. Smith Richard L. Smith Robert D. Smith Susan A. Smith John W. Smythe Steven J . Snoddy James V. Snyder. Ill Wm. L. Solomon, Ill Leonard R. Spears 459 460 John W. Spivey, Jr. Glenn R. Spreen Mark A. Spreen Bradley A. Sprowls Anhur R. Spurlin Rebecca 8. Stallard Theron H. Stancil, Jr. Stefan V. Stein David M. Stephens Donald R. Stephens Daniel K. Stephenson Pearl S. Stepongzi Alan T. Sterling, ll Martha W. Steuan Thomas P. Stevens Allen K. Stewart Jack D. Stewart James J. Stewart Nancy J, Stewart Susan P. Stewart John H. Stiles Robert A. Stine Michael A. Storms Joann Stout John M. Stratton Stephen U. Stuut Greggory R. Swany Patricia A. Sweet Jerry D. Swisshelm Lee S. Tadelman Carl N. Taylor, Jr. Matt A. Taylor Robert W. Templeton Cherri J, Thomas Paul E. Thomas Paul N. Thomas, III Barry P Thomason Janet E. Thomason James E. Thompson, Jr. John C. Thompson E. M. Thornton. Jr. David R. Throop Tony A. Tibbitts Charles W. Tignor. Jr. Richard C. Timko Percy E. Todd, Jr. Michael F. Tolben Bruce C. Trammell Freshmen Edward 0. Travis Lyman M. Treadway James E. Trebes Edward B. Trent U. Wanda Trick F. R. Trowbridge, Ill Tommy T. Trutalent Maria Tsoukalas Alan M. Tucker Pamela J. Tucker Conway Q. Turkeyberg Lyndon S. Tyndall Kathryn S. Tynes Mark D. Umansky Ben L. Upchurch, Jr. Barry R. Utley Fernando Valverde Robin L. VanPatten Logan VanLeigh, Jr. R. B. Vantassel, Jr. G. E. Von Dolteren Richard P. Wagner David G. Waits Valerie Y. Waldon Phyllis L. Wall Leslie M. Wallace Joseph R. Wallington Jeffrey S. Walter Judy N. Warlick Rory V. Warner Margaret E. Watkins Marion G. Watson James R. Weatherford Donald F. Weaver, Jr. Michael D. Webb Eugene M. Weir Barry W. Welch John M. Welch Robert D. Wells Romalus West. J r. Martin J. Westley Jeffrey C. Wharton John B. Whatley Wm. G. Wheeler Roger C. Whigham Barbara A. White Edward W. White Richard A. White Richard T. Whiteman Joseph A. Whitfield John B. Wilcox Lesley A. Wildfong David C. Willett Carol J. Williford James 8. Wills Arthur S. Willson Amory L. Wilson Charles F. VWson Fred H. Wilson John G. Winchester Ken Winnecke Wm. M. Wise Bruce J. Wittschiebe Eve D. Wolff Wm. G. Wong Amy K, Wood James E. Wood, Jr. Jonathan M. Wood Timothy L. Wood Joel A. Wright Kenneth L. Wright Ricky F. Yarbrough Wctor Yue Mark W. Zabetakis Roland Zapfe Elmo M. Zebra E. A. Zirkle Zanthea T. Zit Timothy M. Zukas Kirk D. Zylstra 462 Theodore A. Abeln Hira G. Advani Francis 0. Akindolie Jimmy D, Alexander Wm. L. Alexander Lam N. An Carlos G. Arauz Ferrell FL Ard Edmundo R. Arguelles Milton F. Arthur Gary L. Ashford, Jr. Nnamdi M. Asika Mary E. Atkins R. R. Aubert V. K. Ausherman. Jr. G. I. Bakali Clyde P. Bankston Kenneth F. Barnes Walter G. Bashaw Barbara B. Bates Bryant C. Bechtold Richard L. Beller Leonel Z. Bendeck David W. Berg Billy B. Best H. D. Blackwell, Jr. Deborah J. Bohannon Mark C. Boner Jose F . Botello Ralph R. Bouton Jorge E. Brealey Alan L. Bridges Lamar Brown Douglas J. Bryant James M. Butler Louise Byrd Christopher B. Cain Richard J. Carter Wijit Chairerk Surawat Chaivirat Norman T. Chambers Chi Chang Young N. Chang Cheng F. Chen Hsiu H. Chen Francis C. Cheung Wai H. Cheung Kuang H. Chien Jean Chu Ru CA Chu Jose R. Clavero Donald E. Clemmer Jerald M. Cobb Francois Coblentz Hyman H. Cole, Jr. Carl L. Collins, Jr. Larry W. Collins John Connelly, Jr. Luis R. Coronel Auburn B. Coningham Thomas H. Crawford Tronie A. Crawford Joseph R Crenshaw, Jr. Frank H. Cullen, Jr. Wm. D. Culver Charles B. Cummins Cihan H. Dagli Chitta R. Das Thomas P. Davis Guillermo A. Deangulo Anwar Dhib Van H. Diep Michael D. Dinberg Prakash M. Dolas James C. Domangue, Jr. Alan L Dorris Ahmed Drira Andrew L. Dull Randall D. Dunlap Pedro L. Duran Graduafes Billy L. Edge Edward E. Eibling Ronald L. Ellis Renato Ermann Leonard N. Evans. Ill Fereidoon Fariman Richard L. Feehan John E. Felch. Jr. Minekazu Fujimura Hirobumi Fukuoka Tetsuo Fukuyama Thomas M. Furlow John C. Gardner, Jr. Paul J. Garrett Terry L. Garrett Jose A. Garza Jesse C Gatlin, Ill Daniel V. Gearing Jagannath Giri John W. Goodrum Clyde E. Graydon VWlliam L. Griffith Marvin A. Grimm, Jr. James D. Grounds Ranjit K. Gupta Frederick J. Haley, Jr. Robert W. Hall, Jr. Thomas E. Hamer Howard R. Hammond Henry P. Harris Gerald H. Herd David R. Hickman Jarius L. Hightower Muhammad N. Hijazi Jessie L. Hines Thomas E. Hopkins George J. Hudak Charles G. Hummel To V. Hung Harold L. lrby Anil K. Jain Damaraju S. Janakiram Paul R. Johnson W. Johnson Don W. Jones Randolph D. Jones Sei l. Kang K. Kathiresan Wayne E. Kerr Keiichi Kimura Luis E. Kolb John W. Koletty Sesi B. R. Kottapalli Leo A. Kramer, Jr. Sylvia Kraus Larry A. Kuiphof Binod Kumar Narendra Kumar Hsiu Y. Kuo Bruce A. Lafitte Elizabeth A. Lanier Janie T. Lawhorn Rachel E. Leach G. Michael Lee Hong W. Li Albert A. Liabastre Allan M. Lindsey Shyan S. Liu Robert Magnusson John F. Malluck James D. Marr Daniel P. Martin Mary C. Martin Mohamed E. Mashaal M. S. Mathews, Ill Toney A. Mathews Gary E. Mauldin Carol D. Maxwell James F. McCarthy, Jr. John R. McGarrity 463 464 Theodore J. McKenna Barton Jay McLellan A. P. Meliopoulos Merced Raul Mendez Wm. Lewis Meyer Robert Adam Miller Ebrahim Mirani Gary Demon Mische M. A. Molinacombita Clay L. Montague Daniel Baker Mooney James S. Morris David R. Mosser John R. Mull Harry Wm. Murphy Joel Noland Myers Jackie Ray Nichols Dale Wendel Nix Paul Edward Nowak Ergun A. Oguz Marco Olgiati Mutsuo Ono Alexander C. Ormond Wilfredo J. Padilla P. Padmanabhan Sompong Panich Chan Seok Park Toni Sharon Parnell Fariborz Y. Padovi J. Pate Curless A. Patterson Peter H. Peng Kathleen J. Perkins Fernando L. Perona Tran X. Phuoc Shimshon Plotkin Nadir A Poonawala James M. Price Jane C. Price Leslie E Prigmore Oswaldo D. Puche K. Rahimzadehabdi Pradeep Raj V. Ramachandran Van H. Rankin Donald L. Rice Bren L. Richmond Dennis A. Ring James L. Ris Dean P. Risseeuw Roben L. Roach Constance Y. Robinson Adnan A. Saad Shahrnaz Safavi Hugh A. Sanders Steven M. Sandler N. Lakshmi Sankar J. A. Santanderpalmero Rebecca L. Sarlin Jitendra M. Sata Wm. I. Sauser, Jr. Daniel P. Schrage Carlos E. Seminario William N. Setzer Koodige R. Shenoy Edward A. Shires Tumkur P. Shivananda Joseph J. Shonka Rufus H Shumate, Jr. John W. Sicola Edward F. Sing Robert B Sledge, Jr. Roben L. Sloan, Jr. V. K. Smith Mehdi Sohrabi Robert 8. Spain Charles W. Spencer Roben E. Stammer, Jr. Robert Stephens Robert Stevens Thomas G. Street Shing F . Su Michael H. Swanger James R. Thomson Riza Y Tokuz S. Toomsawasdi Jose P. Torresdiaz Ming C. Tsai M S. Tsatsarounou Suleyman Tufekci Peter M. Tuhy Weimin Tung Variddhi Ungbhakorn Conrad L. Van Voorst Som P. S. Virk Oliver E. Wager, Jr. Kenneth L. Wall Lai F. Wang Kwei L. L. Wang George R. Warner Lyndall C. Webb Gregory L. Wedel Ronald J. Whitley George F. VWllard Kenneth A. VWlliams Humphrey H. F. Yang John R. Younker P. C. Zachariah Ghulam J. Zalmai Leroy Zimmerman 466 Miguel A. Awnetwant Juergen Bahr Ronald E. Beulah Klaus Bittens Teri L. Crews Patricia 8. Dorris Wm. B. Ellis Wm. F. Haygood Sahat H. Hutabarat Gary W. Johnson Lois Lane Stephen M. Lerner Charles R. Low Samuel A. McConnell Shahab Nooromid David R. Ramsey Richard P. Rice Ricardo F. Salazar Rodney K. Sims Bruce K. Tilly John E. Turrentine FiHh Year Archifecfs Charlie H. Albright Timothy R. Andrews Douglas E. Ashe Lawrence F . Ballou E. H. Blackburn Daniel D. Bullard Graham L. Carter Allen S. Davis Mary C. Dowling Huben L. Dunagan A. Bit Far James M. Finney. Jr. Lewis G. Harrison Michael T. Holloway Ellen M. Killelea Hubert W. Lang Charles E. Long Gerald Lund Lary S. Mahoney Granville A. Mount Charles R. Rowe Eugene E. Rush Arthur K. Smith Jayne B. Smith Snuffy Smith Wm. M. Steffenhagen Rodney T. Tanner John C. White ven the most established institutions crumble. e nd so it was that the Doughnut Man .sed from the Georgia Tech scene. For : rs, dorm residents patronized this -man Varsity on their way to and from 83; however. Dr. Richard Fuller, Direc- of Campus Safety at right, below; an end to these sidewalk sales during terquarter. The Deafh 01C 5 Tradifion , Vorlds Finest JPETROLE u M ' 469 470 A Abbott, Christopher G .......... 187, 494 Abbott, John 8. Jr ................. 497 Abeln. Michael T .................. 421 Abein, Theodore A ................ 462 Abernathy, Barry G ................ 421 Abrams, Barry M .................. 433 Abrams. Sidney .................. 449 Abt, Robert C. ............... 449,499 ACADEMICS .................... 144 Acara, Jo Anne M ................. 421 Achin, Kosta .................... 421 Acree, Douglas E. ................ 449 Acuff, L. S. III ................ 421 . 495 Adair, Steven A ................... 421 Adams, Charles E ................. 421 Adams. David R. ................. 499 Adams, J. R Jr ................... 433 Adams, James S .............. 433, 495 Adams, John B. Jr. ............... 433 Adams, John C. Jr. ............... 433 Adams. Michael C. ............... 421 Adams. William P. ................ 433 Adams, Wm, 8. Jr ............. 385, 497 Adamson. Meridith A. ............. 449 Adamson, Wm. G. Jr ............... 449 Addy, Bernard E. Jr. .............. 449 Adelson. Barry L .......... 184, 188, 385 Adiele. C. J .................. 188, 385 Adiele. Nkwachukwu M. ........... 449 Adkinson, Stephen C. ......... 385. 494 Adkinson. Thomas L ............... 421 Advani, Hira G. .................. 462 ADVERTISING ................... 468 AEROSPACE ENGINEERING ........ 162 Agee, David L .................... 385 Aggarwal, Chander M .............. 466 Ahlquist, Folke J .................. 421 Aide, Daniel T ................ 449, 495 AIR FORCE ..................... 1 62 Akin, Roy E ...................... 433 Akin. Samuel B ................... 433 Akindolie. Francis 0. .............. 462 Akins. Thomas M. ................ 385 Alban, Patricio MJ ................ 421 Albert, James R. ................. 421 Albright. Charlie H. ............... 466 Aldrich, Lawrence J. ...... 188. 385. 499 Alexander, Jimmy D. .............. 462 Alexander. Wrn. L ................. 462 Alfonso. Gabriel A ................. 449 Allen, Alvin B. Jr .................. 433 Allen, Charles R. ................. 385 Allen, Cynthia S. ................. 449 Allen, Eric A. .................... 433 Allen, Joseph B. ................. 433 Allen, Larry W .................... 385 Allen, Thomas C .................. 495 Allen, Thomas R .................. 492 A1Ien,VWIliam D ................... 385 Allgood, John H. ................. 385 Allinder, Roy T. .............. 421.499 Alonso, Francisco E. .............. 449 ALPHA EPSILON Pl ............... 272 ALPHA CHI OMEGA .............. 366 ALPHA GAMMA DELTA ........... 276 ALPHA KAPPA PSI ............... 1 15 ALPHA TAU OMEGA .............. 278 ALPHA XI DEL TA ................ 280 Alsman. John D. ................. 449 Alvarez, Walter A. ................ 421 Amos, Christopher N. ......... 190, 449 An, Lam N. ..................... 462 ANAK ......................... 182 Andersen, Robert A. .............. 449 Anderson, C. E. Jr. ............... 449 Anderson, Craig ................. 385 Anderson. David M ................ 449 Anderson, Harry L. ............... 385 Anderson. Joseph B ........... 449, 493 Anderson, Joseph C. Jr. ........... 433 Anderson, Paul L. ............ 449. 495 Anderson, Raymond V. ............ 449 Anderson, Richard E ............... 433 Anderson, Stanley E ............... 495 Anderson. Steven C. .............. 421 Anderson, Teresa A. .............. 433 Andino, Michael R. ............... 491 Andreasen, Dinal S ................ 500 Andrews, Larry C. ................ 449 Andrews, Timothy R ............... 466 ANGEL FLIGHT .................. 1 17 Anglyn. Alan H. .................. 433 Angulo. Agustine A ............ 449, 497 Anstine. H. N. Ill .................. 421 Arastu.Ash1aq H. ................ 385 Arauz, Carlos G. ................. 462 Arbital, Jeffrey G .................. 500 Arbuthnot, Gordon N. ............. 385 Archer. John V. Jr ............. 190, 449 ARCHITECTURE ................. 1 63 Ard, Ferrell R. ................... 462 Ardeshirpour, P. Z. ............... 385 Arduengo, Anthony J .............. 385 Arguelles. Edmundo R. ............ 462 Arias. Lyonel A ................... 421 Arjona. Orlando J ................. 449 Armistead, J. B. Jr. ............... 114 Armistead. Marvin W ............... 433 Armor. Roy J, ................... 421 Arms1rong, James E. Jr ............. 385 Armstrong. T, K. II ................ 433 ARMY ......................... 163 ARNOLD AIR SOCIETY ............ 1 17 Arnold, Frank W, ................. 433 Arnold, James E ............. 190,433 Arnold, John K ................... 449 Aronin, Donald J .................. 449 Arostegui, Ernesto J ............... 496 Arrowood, James M. .............. 433 Anhur, Milton F ................... 462 Artz. Larry D ..................... 496 Ashby, Steven R ........... 99, 190. 449 Ashe, Douglas E .................. 466 Ashe. Raymond C. Jr. ............. 499 Ashford, Gary L. Jr ................ 462 Ashton, Tim A .................... 433 Asika, Nnamdi M .................. 462 Aspray, Keith J. .......... 188, 421,499 Aspray. Richard T ............. 449, 493 Asselanis. Dino .................. 449 Athenon, George R. Jr. ........ 190. 449 Atkins, Mary E. .................. 462 Atkinson. Steven D ................ 500 Aubert, R. R. .................... 462 Ausherman, V. K. Jr. .............. 462 Avera, Wm. R .................... 449 Averett. Clifiord M ................. 385 Avers, Jeftrey P. ................. 495 Avilas, Henry E ............... 190, 449 Azizi, Omar R. ................... 421 Babb, Philip H ................ 433,499 Bacastow, David W ................ 421 Bacchi, Wm. A. .............. 433, 500 Bacon, Doris L. ........ . .......... 449 Baggen. Jack D. ................. 421 Baggett. Marion C ................. 498 Bagley,Ju1ius 8. ................. 433 Bahr, Juergen ................... 466 Bailey. Craig S. .............. 433. 493 Bailey. Ernest P. ................. 500 Bailey, Francis D. Jr. ...... 184, 385. 494 Bailey, Joseph L ........... 93, 386, 502 Bailey, Juergen F. ................ 421 Bailey, Matthew M. ............... 449 Bailey, Megan L. ................. 449 Bailey, Randall E .............. 386. 494 Bailey, Robert B. ................. 449 Bailey, Wm. H .................... 421 Bailey, Zanthia J .................. 449 Bairstow, Robert W. Jr. ............ 421 Bakali. G. I. ..................... 462 Baker. Geofferay A ................ 386 Baker, James E ................... 421 Baker, Leonard P. ................ 433 Baker, Robin AJ .............. 184, 386 Ball, Kenneth A ................... 433 Ballengee. Joseph K ............... 386 Ballew, Donald P. ................ 386 Ballou. John D. .................. 100 Ballou, Lawrence F ................ 466 Band, Robert A ................... 493 Bandy. Tom B .................... 421 Bankston. Clyde P. ............... 462 BAPTIST STUDENT UNION ......... 1 1 2 Barab, Jeffrey B. ............. 433. 500 Barbalho. Marcos D. .......... 449, 494 Barbee, Perry R. ................. 449 BARBELL CLUB .................... Barcomb, Donald B. .......... 433. 492 Bar1oot. Alan F. .............. 421,495 Barker. Jef1rey L .................. 433 Barnard. Glenn P. ................ 421 Barnard, Wm. F. ................. 494 Barnes, John M. Jr. ............... 449 Barnes, Kenneth F . ............... 462 Barnes, Thomas H. Jr .............. 421 Barnes, Thomas W. ........... 433. 498 Barnhill, Jesse B .................. 421 Barnhouse, Wm. D. ........... 190, 449 Barrett, Edgar B. Jr ................ 386 Barrick, Kenneth P. ............... 386 Barrios, Javier ................... 421 Barron. Charles G ................. 421 Bane", Daniel W .................. 496 Bartlett, Gregory A. ............... 433 Bartlett, Ronald J. ............ 433, 499 BASEBALL ..................... 238 Bashaw, Walter G ................. 462 BASKETBALL ................... 228 Baskin, John S. .................. 433 Bates. Barbara B. ................ 462 Bates. Frank L. .............. 192, 386 Bath. John S ................. 184. 386 Battle, Charles W. ................ 421 Bauer. Henry R ................... 449 Bauman, Laurence T. ......... 433, 500 Bausano, John C. ............ 386. 494 Baxter, Mark O ................... 433 Bayer. James W. ............. 449, 495 Bazemore. David G ................ 421 Beadle. David A. ................. 494 Beall, Virgil EV ................... 449 Beals, Rodney A .................. 449 Beard, Deborah 8 ................. 386 Beard, James L. ................. 449 Beath, John M. .............. 190, 433 Beanie, James A .................. 386 BEAUTIES ...................... 128 Beavers, James E ................. 421 Bechtold, Bryant C ................ 462 Beck, John R. ................... 449 Beck, Robert J. .............. 193, 421 Beck, Steven Curtis ............... 421 Becker, David J ............... 449, 494 Beckum, Bobby L ................. 386 Beczkalo, Brad L. ................ 496 Bedell, Warren E .................. 421 Beebe, Ross L. .............. 386. 495 Behar, Moises ................... 421 Belanger, David P ................. 421 Belcher, Mark V. ................. 386 Bell, James T. Ill .................. 386 Bell. Joseph N. .................. 495 Beil, Lawson F. .................. 386 Seller, Richard L .................. 462 Belyeu, Stanley M ............. 386, 495 Bendeck, Leonel Z. ............... 462 Bendeck, Paul R .................. 386 Bender, Hal E. ............... 433. 491 Benfield. Paul K. ................. 421 Benito, Manuel Jr, ................ 421 Bennett. Bobby D ................. 433 Bennett, Craig M. Jr. .............. 497 Bennett Daniel L. ................ 386 Bennett, David J .................. 449 Bennett, Keith D .................. 449 Bennett, Phillip C. ................ 421 Bennewitz. James C. 386 Bennewitz, Robert D ............... 433 Bennice, Jeffrey M. ............... 433 Benoit, Richard H ................. 421 Bentley. Michael D. ......... 1 ...... 449 Benton, Wm. J. Jr ............ ' 1 450, 494 Berg, David W .................... 462 Berg. Joseph C ................... 421 Bergeron, Daniel ................. 421 Bergmark, Richard L ............... 421 Berisianu. Angel ................. 421 Bermudez, Ruben E. .............. 421 Berrey. Phillip R. ................. 386 Berrios, Jose J. .................. 422 Barry. Edward J. ............. 450, 494 Berry, Harold E ................... 450 Berry, Richard P. Jr. .............. 450 Berry. William M. ............. 114, 386 Berryman, Marion W ............... 433 Benalot. Benjamin H ............... 497 Berzanskis, Peter H ............ 192. 433 Beshears, Wm. M ................. 433 Best, Billy B. .................... 462 BETA THETA PI .................. 284 Bethea. Paul M ................... 386 Belsill, Joseph A .................. 422 Betsill. Wm. H. III ................. 450 Beulah, Ronald E. ................ 466 Bevan, Scott C. .................. 433 Beverstein, Irene H ................ 450 Bevier, Scott H. .................. 386 Bezaire, Wm. M. ................. 497 Bigelow. Carolyn H ................ 450 Bingham, Wm. D .................. 386 Binion. Richard .................. 491 Binion, Thomas C ................. 491 BIOLOGY ...................... 164 Bird.F10ber1W. .............. 422. 494 Bishop, David L. ................. 500 Bishop, Thomas E ................. 422 Bisset, Martha C .............. 450. 498 Bittens, Klaus ................... 466 Black, Frances B, ................ 450 Black, Theodore B. ........... 422. 495 Blackadar, Scott C. ............... 450 Blackburn, E. H ................... 466 Blackburn, F. D. Jr. ........... 193. 422 Blackwelder, Garry L. ............. 493 Blackwell, H. D. Jr ................. 462 Blaeser, Brenda M. ............... 433 Bland, Thomas D. ........ 190. 450, 499 Blank, William F. ................. 422 Blase, Kevin J .................... 498 Blaydes. Franklin G ............ 190. 450 Blaylock, Roben M ................ 386 Bledsoe, Robert L. Jr. ............. 495 Bleichner, Edward C ............... 386 Blizzard. Steven W. ............... 433 Blohm, William H. IV ............... 422 Blomeley. Deborah L. ............. 422 BLUEPRINT .................. 92, 502 Blumenthal,Rober1 J. ......... 433, 491 Blusiewicz, Philip A ................ 495 Boada, Daniel ................... 386 Boartfield, Albert G ................ 450 Boatwright, Norman I. ............. 499 Bockstruck, Candice L ............. 422 80993, Thaddeus E ............ 387. 494 Boggus, Katrina K ............. 433. 501 Bohannon. Deborah J. ............ 462 Bohanon, Hoy R .................. 387 Boknecht. John M. ............... 499 Bolan, Patrick T. ................. 433 Bolen, Bobby E ............... 434, 492 Bollinger, Lynne H, ............... 434 Bollinger, Susan J ................. 492 Bolton, David L ................... 387 Bolton, 6Wal1er T. ................. 422 Boman. Harold L. ................ 422 Boner. Mark C .................. 462 Bonitay. Cameron H ............... 387 Bonser, Brian R. ............. 387, 497 Booth, John A. .................. 434 Borman, Karen R. ................ 387 Bormolini. John 0, Jr. ............. 434 Borrell. Jose M ................... 422 Boshart. John G .................. 387 Boshan. Philip H .................. 387 Bosky, John W. .............. 434, 495 8051, James L. Jr. ................ 422 Boswell. Charles A. ............... 434 Boswell, John N. ............. 422.498 Botello, Jose F. .................. 462 Ben, James A ................ 190, 450 Bottoms, Gary T. ...... 93, 422, 499, 502 Bouchillon, Sherry E ........... 222,422 Boudoucies, James M, ............ 491 Bouldin, James L. ............ 434, 497 Boulos, John S ................... 494 Boulware, Keith E ............. 450, 500 Bourdon, John C. ................ 387 Bourland. David W. ........... 387. 499 Boustany, Bachir V ................ 387 Bouton. Ralph F1 .................. 462 Bovie, David O. .................. 387 Bowen, James D .................. 495 Bowen, Mark W ................. 434 Bowen. Ronald K. ................ 434 Bowers, Bill E .................... 422 Bowers, Philip M .................. 422 Bowers. Steven W ................. 387 Bowley, Paul R ................... 387 Bowman. David C ................. 434 Bowman, Michael S. .............. 387 Bowman, William A ................ 422 Box. Kenneth L ................... 500 Boyce, Steven W. ................ 450 Boyd, Frank Jr. .................. 450 Boyd, Herchell A .................. 434 Boyd, JerryW ................ 115, 387 Boyd, Robert JrJ ................. 500 Boyd, Wendy J ................... 450 Boyer, David P. Jr ................. 387 Boyette. Kenneth P ................ 434 Boyle, PhilipJ .................... 387 Boyle. Richard L .................. 500 Boyles, Douglas FL ............... 500 Boyt, James C. .................. 434 Braden, John A. ................. 422 Bradford. Linda D ................. 122 Bradford, Robert P. ............... 450 Bradley. Jan M ................... 434 Bradley, John B. Jr ................ 499 Bradshaw, Lester M. Jr ......... 190, 450 Brady, Michael P. ................ 434 Brady. Scott T .................... 450 Bragg. James P. ................. 434 Branch, Charles H. Jr .............. 450 Branch. David W .............. 434. 493 Branch, Leroy K. Jr ................ 388 Brandenburg, K. S. ............... 434 Branscombe, Steven G ............. 450 Brantley, Charles T ................ 388 Brantley. Robert C. Jr .............. 450 Branton, Richard H ................ 388' Brawner, Stephanie L .......... 434, 492 Brealey, Jorge E .................. 462 Breedlove, Philip M ................ 450 Bretherton. Wm. M. Jr .......... 434, 495 Brett. Mark T ..................... 496 Breunig, Michael J . ............... 450 BRIAEREAN SOCIETY ............. 1 92 Brice, James F. .......... 184, 188, 388 Bridges. Alan L ................... 462 Bridges. Don F. .................. 388 Bridges, Edward L. ............... 434 Bridges, James M ............. 422, 492 Bridwell, Claude R. ............... 388 qk Enjoy Copa-COIa. radeAmarkx The soft drink for people . looking for the fun things in life. It,s the real thing. Cgke. "CocavCola' and ' Cohe ale Iegnslered lladwmavks Much Idenmy the same product of The Coca-Cola Company 472 Briggs, Patrick L .................. 434 Bristol, Ronald E .............. 434, 495 Britt, Thomas M. ................. 388 Brittle, Peyton N. ll ................ 434 Britten, Gabrielle S. ........... 434,491 Broadwater, Steven R ...... 184, 188, 388 Brock, Leon J .................... 450 Brock, Marvin A. Jr ................ 493 Brock, Wm. E. ............... 450, 500 Brockbank, Thomas R. ............ 450 Brockman, Ronald E ............... 450 Brockman, William T ............... 388 Brogdon, Barry M ............. 434, 495 Brooke, Stephen A ................ 450 Brooks, Blaine A .............. 434,491 Brooks, Lesley N. ................ 499 Brooks, Roben H. ................ 388 Broome. James C ............. 434, 498 Broome, Stanley W ................ 422 Brothers, Thomas J. .............. 422 Brown, Beth M. .................. 450 Brown, Carroll F .................. 388 Brown, Charles M ................. 388 Brown. Dan A .................... 434 Brown, David D ................... 388 Brown, Lamar ................... 462 Brown, Foster E ....... J 84, 188, 388, 495 Brown, Frank W. ................. 495 Brown, Harry D ................... 434 Brown, James A .................. 388 Brown, James L. ............. 450, 495 Brown, Jay A. ............... 188,422 Brown, Jerry B. .................. 422 Brown, Jesse 0. III ........ 188,388,494 Brown, Joseph E. ................ 388 Brown, Kenton P. ................ 434 Brown, Mark E. .................. 450 Brown, Maurice L ................. 434 Brown. Michael E ................. 493 Brown. Michael H ............. 190. 450 Brown, Michae1 L. ................ 388 Brown, Norman R. Jr. ............. 422 Brown, Peter G ........ , ........... 494 Brown, Philip W. ................. 495 Brown, Robert A .................. 450 Brown, Roben J. ................. 500 Brown, Robert W. ................ 388 Brown, Robyn E. ................. 450 Brown, Roger O. ............. 422, 499 Brown, Sidney J .................. 422 Brown, Stephen A ................. 434 Browne, Patrick M. ............... 496 Browning, Alice K ................. 434 Broyhill, Thomas P ................ 500 Broyles, Linda D .................. 422 Bruce, David L. .................. 450 Bruce, Emily H. .............. 388, 494 Brugh, Michael J .............. 190, 450 Brumfield, David W ................ 450 Bruning, Wm. H. ................. 434 Bryan, Bruce A ............... 434,498 Bryant, Douglas J ................. 462 Bryant, Roger B. ............. 190,434 Bryan1,W1Iliam .................. 434 Bryant, Wm. F .................... 422 Bryant,Wm1 L .................... 120 Brydges, June A .................. 450 Bubes, Alan S .................... 388 Bubis, Leonard H. ........ 190,450,491 Buchanan. Gary N. ............... 422 Buchner, Marc E .................. 422 Buck, James G ................... 497 Bufano, Cesare .................. 422 Buffalo. David B. ................. 450 Buffkin, Buron F. Jr ................ 422 Bufford. Harold F. ............ 388, 496 Bufford. Peter J. ................. 450 Buice, John G .................... 495 Bukovsky, John D ................. 422 Bukovsky, Roben P. .............. 434 Bukowiec, James L ................ 450 Bukowski, Janryk W ............... 450 Bul1.Theodore A .................. 450 Bullard, Daniel D .................. 466 Bullen, David L ............... 190,434 Bulloch, Mark T. ................. 498 Bumgarner, Francis K .............. 498 Bunch, David L ................... 434 Bundrick, Samuel S. .............. 497 Bundy. Fred A. .................. 422 Bundy, Otis A .................... 422 Bunker. Glenn A .................. 493 Bunn. James D ................... 389 Bunn. Norman W. ................ 434 Buran, Wallace P. ................ 499 Burch, Cindy C ................... 422 Burel, Byron L, .................. 450 Burgamy, Chas E. ............ 422,498 Burgess, Michael W, .............. 389 Burk, Michael J ................... 434 Burke, James M. ................. 422 Burke, Kevin R. .................. 451 Burke, Michael B. ............ 188,422 Burken, Roben H. Jr ............... 389 Burleson, Clarence Jr ...... 120,451,499 Burn, Daniel W. .......... 222, 389,499 Burnett, Thomas R. ............... 494 Burnett. Wm. W. ................. 499 Burney, Paul S. .................. 451 Burns, Kevin R. .................. 451 Burns, Ronald K .................. 389 Burnside, Michael H. .............. 389 Burtz. Carol A ............ 222,434,492 Burtz. Michael D .................. 498 Bush, Keith A. ........... 120,434,500 Bush, Richard A .................. 389 Bushyhead, Anne J. .............. 434 Buske, Michael L. ................ 497 Bussey, Waner S .................. 434 Butch, Wm. G .................... 495 Butler, Christopher T. ............. 494 Butler, Gregory C ................. 434 Butler, James M. ................. 462 Butler, John T .................... 434 Butler, Ronald N .................. 422 Button, James F .................. 389 Byers, Alfred M ............... 188, 389 Byington, Bruce E ............. 187,495 Byram, Donald R. ................ 497 Byrd. Dennis C ................... 434 Byrd, Louise .................... 462 Byrd, William E ................... 389 C Cabe. Catharine S. ............... 434 Cagle, Clifford M .............. 389, 492 Cain. Christopher B. .............. 462 Caldwell, Daniel W. ........... 451, 495 Caldwell, Edward W. .......... 193,389 Caldwell, John D. II ............... 434 Caldwell, John P .............. 434, 492 Caldwell, Robert B. ............... 451 Calhoun, Larry M. ................ 389 Calvert, Warren R ............. 184, 389 Cameron, Donaid K, Ill ............. 451 Camp, Gregory M ................. 451 Camp, William C .................. 389 Campbell, Donald G ............... 434 Campbell, Douglas A. ............. 389 Campbell. James G, .............. 500 Campbeli, Janet C. ............... 389 Campbell, Norton R. .......... 183,422 Canino, Sylvia J. ................. 434 Cannamela, A. R. Jr. .............. 491 Cannington. D. J .................. 434 Cannon. Roben M. ............... 451 Canoy, Nestor J. ................. 434 Cantillo, T. A. III .............. 451,494 Cantley, Kevin R .................. 422 Cantrel1.WilIiam N ............. 389,498 Capes, Rebecca E. ............... 451 Caplin, Glenn N. ................. 491 Capshaw, Michael D ............... 434 Garden, Ronald K ................. 422 Cargile, Kenneth A ................ 422 Carlin, Stewart H .................. 497 Carlisi, Jeffrey S .................. 390 Carlos. Dennis N .................. 500 Carlson, Donald G. ............... 390 Carlson. Eric W ............... 451,494 Carmichael, Laird S. .......... 390, 498 Carmichael Paul M ................ 451 Carney, Edward R. Jr. ............. 390 Carpenter, Harry E. ............... 500 Carpenter, James M ............... 422 Carrafiello, Thomas G .............. 451 Carrera. Edelberto F ............... 451 Carrico, Dawn M .......... 222, 390,492 Carrier, Allen M. ................. 422 Carrigan, Timothy A ............... 434 Carrillo, Kenneth A ............ 190, 451 Carrington, Allen W ............ 422,491 Carroll, C. R. ................ 188, 422 Carroll. Charles L ................. 390 Carroll, Gloria A. ................. 434 Carroll, Henry H. ................. 451 Carroll, John M. Jr. ............... 434 Carroll, John P ................... 422 Carruth, John O. ............. 190,451 Carswell, R. M. III ................. 434 Caner, Charles E. III ............... 390 Caner, Christopher M .............. 390 Carter, Debra E ................... 422 Carter, Graham L. ................ 466 Caner, Gregory J. ................ 434 Carter. Kim D. ........... 107,390,498 Carter.Me1vin ................... 45 Caner, Michael V ................ 390 Caner. Richard J. ................ 462 Casas, Ricardo L. ................ 390 Caseman, Cathy A. ........... 451, 492 Casey, James D. ................. 451 Cash, Charles M .................. 390 Cason, Betty J. .................. 434 Casselman, Wm. A ................ 422 Cassens, Jean M. ................ 434 Casteel, George L. III .............. 422 Castellanos, Lourdes .......... 422,492 Castellanos, Maria L ........... 390, 492 Castles, Lamar B. ................ 452 Cater, Dale B. ............... 390, 492 Cathcan, James M ................ 422 Cavender, David G ................ 451 Caviness, C. C. .................. 451 Cawthon. John 8. Jr ........... 190, 451 Cecilia, Juan 8. .................. 434 Celentano, Perry D ................ 422 Cenker, Michael S. ............... 390 CERAMIC ENGINEERING .......... 164 Cerulli, James V. ................. 497 Chaddick, Steve W. ....... 184, 188,390 Chairerk, Wijit ................... 462 Chaivirat, Surawat ................ 462 Chamberlain. David M ...... 190, 451,493 Chamberlin, Daniel P. ............. 434 Chamberlin, G. W ................. 390 Chambers, Lamar L. .............. 422 Chambers, Norman T .............. 462 Chan, Terence L .................. 434 Chandler, Debra L. ............... 434 Chaney, Ralph H. ................ 390 Chang, Chi ................. 184, 462 Chang, Joseph M ................. 434 Chang, Ti ...................... 434 Chang. Young N .................. 462 Chapman, Paul W ................. 422 Chas1ain. Frank E ................. 391 Chastain, Norman C ........... 451, 494 Chastain. Roy J. ................. 493 Chastant, David B ............. 188, 422 Chatraw, Van F ................... 434 Check, Peter L. .................. 391 CHEMICAL ENGINEERING ......... 164 CHEMISTRY .................... 164 Chen, Cheng F ................... 462 Chen, Hsiu H, ................... 462 Cherry, David W .................. 434 Chestnut, Kevin L ................. 451 Cheung, Francis C. ............... 462 Cheung, Wai H ................... 462 Chew, David P. .................. 434 Chewning, Wm. R ......... 114, 434,499 CHI PHI ........................ 288 CHI PSI ........................ 290 Chien. Kuang H. ................. 462 Childers. Chester N ............ 391,495 Childress, Robert D. .............. 422 Chllds, Fleming R ................. 498 Childs, 0115 L. ................... 451 Chillcott. Sidney E. ............... 434 Chin, Angela M ............... 451, 491 Chipman. Debra A. ............... 391 Chipman, James M ................ 451 Chislett, John S. ................. 434 Chojnacki, Thomas J. ......... 451, 493 Chovanec, Michael A. ............. 422 Chow, Peter P. .................. 391 Christens, Leon C. II .............. 391 Christensen, Robert K .......... 435, 498 Chu, Adam N. ............... 188, 422 Chu, Jean ...................... 462 Chu, Ru C. ..................... 462 Ciampaglio,An1hony C ......... 125, 435 Ciesiel, Barbara L ................. 435 Ciesiel, Ronald W. ............ 391, 496 Cipolla, John .................... 451 CIVIL ENGINEERING .............. 166 Clack, Glenn C ................... 435 Clapham, David E ............. 188, 391 Clark, Craig A .................... 435 Clark, Gerald H ........ 93, 190,451, 503 Clark, Jim A. .................... 391 Clark, Mark S. ............... 391,492 Clark, Martin H. .................. 422 Clark, Ray M ..................... 435 Clark, Raymond E ................. 435 Clark. Wm. H. ................... 498 Clarke, Geoffrey D. ............... 451 Clarkson. Elizabeth A .............. 133 CLASS PRESIDENTS .............. 382 Classen. James A .............. 95,492 CLASSES ...................... 370 Clavero, Jose R, ................. 462 Clay, John B. Jr. ................. 451 Clayton, John 8. IV ............... 451 Cleland, Marshall W. .............. 500 Clem, Steven W. ............. 435, 492 Clemmer, Donald E ................ 462 Clerici. John F. .................. 391 CIeveland, Joseph 2 ............... 435 Clifton, Jon W .................... 391 . Clifton. Wm. M, .................. 435 Cline, Gary W .................... 391 Ciinton, Raymond G. Jr ......... 184, 391 CIotworthy, Robert C. ......... 391, 499 Cloudt, Robert A .................. 391 Cobb, Jerald M ................... 462 Cobb, Jewel T. III ................. 422 Coblentz, Francois ............... 462 Cochran, Homer F. ............... 451 Cochran. Leslie A ................. 451 Coffey, Frank E ............... 391, 499 Cofield, Alfred G .................. 435 Coggins, Keith R .................. 422 Coggins, Wm. R. ................. 451 Cohen, David H. ............. 451,491 Cohen, Jeffrey A .................. 491 Cohen, Neala J ................... 422 Colbert, Anthony E ................ 422 Cole, Charles R. ................. 391 Cole, Donald W. ................. 391 Cole, Hyman R. Jr ................. 462 Cole, John F. Jr. ................. 422 Coleman, James H. Jr .............. 451 Coleman, Patrick ................. 451 Collette, Harry E. Jr ............ 184,391 Collier, Phillip G. ................. 435 Colligan. Timo1hy G. .............. 422 Collins, Anthony L. ............... 451 Collins, Carl L. Jr; ................ 462 Collins, George W ................. 391 Collins. Glen Camp ........... 114. 422 Collins, Jack G ................... 451 Collins, Jeffrey C. . Collins. Samuel J. . Collins, Wm. M ................... 451 Collis, John P .................... 498 Collum, George A ................. 496 Colly, Wallace H .................. 391 Colosi, Jennie L. ............. 452, 491 Colson, Charles B ................. 452 Colvard, David F. ,125, 184, 188, 192,391 Colwell. Joseph G ................. 391 Companion, Michael A ............. 391 Compton, Barry M. ........... 435. 499 Compton, Key D .................. 422 Compton, Valerie G. .......... 391, 491 Comstock. Gary R. ........... 190, 435 Cone, Ashley R ................... 495 Gone, Robert Eugene ............. 391 Conger, Dennis Y ................. 422 Conkle, Cecil W. ............. 188,422 Conley, Michael E ............. 222, 495 Conley, William A ................. 435 Conneen, John B ................. 391 Connelly, John Jr ................. 462 Connelly, Randall F. .............. 435 Conrad, Dennis T ................. 435 Conrad, Gregory L ................ 391 Cook, Alex M. Jr .................. 452 Cook, Charles H .................. 392 Cook, David L ............ 125,435,499 Cook, Frank O. .................. 492 Cook, Jack S. Jr .................. 499 Cook, JamesF. Jr ................. 422 Cook, James S ...... 125, 184,192,392 Cook Phillip H .................. 422 Cook, Ray D Jr. ................. 495 Cooksey, Douglas A ............... 422 Coons, Wm. W. Jr ............. 392, 495 CO-OP CLUB! .................. 125 Cooper, George R. Ill .............. 496 Cooper, Gerald R. Jr ............... 422 Cooper, Harold V. Jr ............... 435 Cooper, James R. ................ 435 Cooper, John F. ................. 494 Cooper, Stephen J. ............... 423 Cooper. Victoria 8. ............... 423 Cooper, William S ................. 392 Cooper, Wm. H ................... 392 Cope, Timothy J .................. 452 Copple, Blake R. ................. 392 Cordeiro, Alan R .................. 435 Cornett, Earnest H. ............... 452 Cornish, David R .................. 452 Coronal, Luis R ................... 462 Corpe, Raymond S ................ 435 Corpman, Daniel M ............ 190,452 Correal, Jaime ................... 392 Conjens, Leonardus M ............. 435 Casper, Dwight R ................. 423 Costa, Fernando ................. 392 Costley, Floyd W .................. 423 Cotter, David B ................... 436 Coningham, Auburn B. ............ 462 Couch, Howell L .............. 452,495 Couch, Michael E ................. 423 Couey, Michael L. ................ 423 Coughlin, Theodore D. ............ 436 Counts, Stephen B ................ 493 Courtney. Kraig C ................. 423 Cowan, David J. ................. 392 Cowan, David Z. ................. 452 Cowan, Michael F ................. 392 Cox, Jeffrey L .................... 452 Cox, Michael W. ................. 452 Cox, Ursula A .................... 436 Craft, Kenneth L, . , ............... 423 Crain, Jesse E ................ 392,495 Crane. Barbara M ................. 452 GEORGIA TECH BOOKSTORE LOCATED ADJACENT TO THE STUDENT CENTER COLLEGE STATIONERY ELECTRONIC CALCULATORS TEXT BOOKS GA. TECH SOUVENIRS TECHNICAL AND REFERENCE BOOKS ENGINEERING SUPPLIES Well Done and Good Luck! STEVENS STUDIOS A Complete Photographic Service 474 Crane, Jonathan T. ............... 495 Cranford. Wm. H. Jr. .............. 452 Craven. Joseph M. ............... 436 Crawtord. Douglas J ............... 423 Crawford. Jim F. ................. 436 Crawford. Thomas H ............... 462 Crawford. Tronie A ................ 462 Credit, John J ................ 436. 500 Creech. Edward J ................. 436 Creech. James A. Jr ............... 392 Crenshaw, Joseph R. Jr. ........... 462 Crews, Gary W ................... 423 Crews, Teri L. ................... 466 Crisler. Michael B ................. 436 Crooks. Robert C. ................ 423 Crosby. Claud D .................. 494 CROSS COUNTRY ............... 294 Cross. Ronald E. ................. 392 Cross. Wm, B. ............... 188. 392 Crouch. Harry S. ................. 499 Crowell. Ronald C ................. 499 Crum, Charles A. Jr. .............. 392 Crumbley. Ronald L. .............. 495 Crump. Randall A ................. 392 Crysler, Kenneth J. 66666666666 392.493 Cullen. Frank H. Jr. ............... 462 Culpepper. James F. .............. 436 Culpepper. Wrn. 8. HI .............. 436 Culver, Wm. D ................ 188, 462 Cummins. Charles B ............... 462 Cummins. Charles K. Jr. ........... 452 Cunio, Michael T. ................ 500 Cunningham,JanetE.1 192. 114, 436. 501. 502 Cunningham, Thomas A ............ 423 Cureton, Richard M. .............. 452 Curl. Stephen P. ................. 452 Curry. James M. ............. 193. 423 Curry. Mavis R. .................. 501 Cunis. Arnold E. Jr ................ 222 Curtiss, Bruce 8. ............. 452. 496 Gunner. Craig D .................. 452 Czarnowsky. A. G. Jr. ............. 423 Dabney, George B. ........... 392. 495 Dadiomoff. Roger S ............ 452. 499 Daggett. Paul H. ................. 392 Dagli. Cihan H. .................. 462 Daiker. Jeffrey C .................. 497 Dale. Richard S ................... 452 Dalgliesh, Andrew P. ...... 184. 392. 499 Dalton, Robert J. ................. 392 Danfonh, Paul A .................. 436 Dangar, Paul A. III ................ 423 Daniel. Stephen E ................. 423 Daniel, William F. Ill ............... 436 Danzi. Paul C. ................... 452 Darsey. Charles B ............. 436. 499 Das. Chitta R. ................... 462 Dasher. Steven A. ................ 392 Daugherty, Duncan J. ............. 392 Davenport Rita E. ................ 492 David, Michael F .................. 436 Davidson. Charles W. ............. 392 Davidson, David J ......... 452, 493. 500 Davidson, Michael A ............... 452 Davidson, Scott W. ............... 495 Davies. Wm. J .................... 436 Davis, Alan D. ................... 499 Davis, Allen S. ................... 466 Davis, Charles G .................. 392 Davis. Edwin M ................... 392 Davis. Gerald B ................... 423 Davis, Hal A. Jr ................... 497 Davis. Herbert H .................. 392 Davis, John M .................... 392 Davis, John T. ................... 436 Davis. Joseph C. Jr ............ 184.392 Davis. Matterson L. ............... 436 Davis. Nancy J. .................. 392 Davis, Ralph B. .................. 452 Davis. Thomas P .................. 462 Davis. Walter D. Jr. ............... 423 Davis, Wayne S ................... 423 Dawson. Donald V. ........... 423, 492 Day, Kathleen S. ............. 142, 452 Day. Stephen W. ................. 499 Dean, Harry 8. Jr. ................ 423 Dean. Walter W. Jr. ........... 393. 500 Deangulo. Guillermo A. ............ 462 DEANS OF COLLEGES ............ 156 DEANS OF STUDENTS ............ 158 Deaton, James H. Jr ............... 436 Deaton. Robert J. ................ 393 Deboard. Brem E. ............ 190. 452 Decker. Dennis A. ................ 452 DeHan. Leland J .................. 493 Dehdashti, Siavosh ............... 436 Dehnbostel, Bruce A ........... 193. 393 Deierlein, Walter H ............... 423 Deiulio, Edward B ................. 423 DeKoning, John R. ............... 452 DeLawalIa. Ferozali N .............. 423 Delgado. Dwighd D ................ 500 Delgrande. Richard E. ......... 190, 452 Delle. Sile J ...................... 423 DeLong, David A .............. 188, 393 DeLorenzo, Dennis J. ............. 436 DeLosreyes. Gaston .............. 393 DEL TA SIGMA PHI ................ 292 DEL TA TAU DELTA ............... 294 DEL TA UPSIL ON ................. 298 Demko. Joseph C ................. 393 Dempsey. Thomas J ............... 423 Dendy. Vernon R. ................ 423 Denler. John R. .................. 494 Dentremont, Paul D. .............. 125 Derick. Roger K. ................. 393 Dermatas, Spyros N. .............. 499 Derricotte, Tawana M .............. 436 Desing. Myron E. Jr. .............. 436 Deutsch. Curtis K ................. 393 DeVane. Mark D .................. 493 Dew. Howard C. ................. 393 Dexter. Elizabeth A ............ 436. 501 Dhib, Anwar .................... 462 Diaz. Manuel E. .................. 436 DiCello. James E .................. 436 Dick, Je11rey A. .................. 393 Dickey. Randell W 1111111111111 192, 393 Dietenbach. Douglas H ......... 436, 491 Diekmeyer. Randall A .............. 423 Diep, Van H. .................... 462 Dietler. Edward N. Jr ............... 423 Dietrich. Bruce T .............. 193. 423 Dimey, Michael H. ................ 500 Dill, Paul B. ..................... 452 Dillard. William K .............. 393.496 Dillinger. Mark R .................. 497 Dimenichi. Dante 8. Jr. ............ 493 Dinberg. Michael D ................ 462 Dinkins. David M ............... 98,423 DIRECTORS OF SCHOOLS AND DEPARTMENTS ................ 1 60 Dishion, Barbara S. ............... 436 Dismuke. Smith H ................. 452 Disney. David K. ................. 393 Dixon. Frederick E. ............... 498 Dixon, Robert L. Jr. ............... 452 Dlugosz. Daniel S. ............ 452, 498 Dobbs. Dana M ................... 452 Dodd. Erwin F .................... 393 Dodd, Patricia M .................. 452 Dodd. Philip G. .................. 393 Dodson. Daniel P. ................ 496 Dolas. Prakash M. ................ 462 Domangue. James C. Jr ............ 462 Dominguez, Pedro F ............... 452 Donahue. Dennis P ................ 436 Donaldson. James M. ............. 423 Donaldson. Wm. E. ............... 452 Donnelly. Lisa M .................. 436 Donner. Robert W ................. 423 Dorman, David W ................. 436 Dorman, Gary K. ................. 393 Dorman, Wm. A. ............ ' ..... 3 93 Dorris. Alan L .................... 462 Dorris. Patricia 8 .................. 466 Doscher, Paul A .................. 423 Dougan. Robert E. Jr. ......... 184.393 Doughty, Douglas B .............. 436 Douglas. Alben R ................. 492 Douglas. Charles L ............ 393.499 Dowling, Mary C .................. 466 Downing, David N ................. 100 Downs. Gregory M. ............... 436 Downs. Richard E. Jr. ............. 423 Doyle. Paul A. ................... 423 Drake. James R. ................. 423 Drake. Philip Y. .................. 423 Drake. Poston E. ............. 190. 452 DRAMA TECH ................... 105 Draper.Scot1 L ................... 452 Drawdy, Jean E. ................. 393 Dressler. John E .............. 423. 495 Drew, Howard A. Jr ................ 436 Dreyfuss. Jules H. Jr ............... 393 Drinkard, James L ................. 423 Dripps. Charles S. ................ 497 Drira. Ahmed .................... 462 Driver. Clifton R. ................. 492 Droke.Rober1 L. II ................ 423 Drose, Robed M .................. 393 Drossos. Christopher .............. 423 Drury, David W ............... 452.498 Drury, Michael J .................. 497 Dschida. Edward ............. 436, 499 Dubberly. Gregory T ........... 436. 493 Dubose. Daniel W. Jr. ............. 393 Dudkowski, Raymond J. ........... 423 Dudley, Angus C. ................ 452 Duerwald, Guy R. ................ 423 Duff, Bruce G. ................... 452 Duffy, Michael S .................. 424 Dukes. JamesW. . . . . J . . . . . . , J436,494 Duke, Joel H ..................... 393 Dukes, Graham B. Jr. ............. 424 Dull. Andrew L'. .................. 462 Dulla. John E. ................... 452 Dullum. James W. , 1 . .187. 271 . 393. 491 Dullum, Mercedes K ............... 491 Dunagan. Hubert L ................ 466 Duncan, Charlesl ............. 424. 492 Duncan. Dwight E ............. 188. 424 Duncan, George W ................ 436 Duncan. Jock S ........... 188. 393.495 Duncan, Paul S ................... 452 Dunckel. Bradley K ................ 452 Dunham. Dennis G ................. 452 Dunlap. James W ................. 436 Dunlap, Randall D ................. 462 Dunn. David T .................... 436 Dunn, Robin 8. .............. 492, 495 Dunn. Wm. R. ................... 436 Dupont, Lee P. Jr. ................ 393 Duran. Pedro L ................... 463 Durant, Richard L ................. 393 Durden. Gregory S ................ 436 Durden, Harry V. Jr ................ 452 Durham, Ardis H .................. 393 Durham. Wm. F ............... 190. 452 Duval. James E ................... 452 Dwiggins, Clarence Jr .............. 436 Dwyer, Marianne M ................ 452 Ead, Mahmoud M ................. 424 Eadie, Joseph J. Jr ................ 497 Eargle. Donald B .................. 463 Early. Steven J. .................. 452 Ebbett. Raymond E ................ 393 Echerd, Gerald A. ................ 394 Eddings, Otis L. Jr. ............... 436 Edelblum, Lawrence 31 ............ 436 Edentield. James M. .............. 394 Edens, John M ................... 424 Edge. Billy L ..................... 463 Edmondson. Gary L. .............. 496 Edwards. Richard W ............... 437 Efron. James A ................... 452 Eggers. Andrew N ................. 394 Ehrhardt, Paul W .............. 190. 452 Eibling, Edward E. ................ 463 Eidson. Deborah A. ........... 452,492 Eidson, Michael S ................. 452 Einteld. Uwe B. .................. 424 Einspanier. John K. ........ 92. 193.424 Eisele, Michael L .................. 437 Eisenschmidt. R. C. Jr .......... 424,499 ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING ........ 166 Elg, Darren A. ................... 424 Ellerbee. Emory E ................. 496 Elliott. Glenn K. .................. 424 Elliott, Julian L. .............. 394. 498 Elliott. Kim A ..................... 452 lliott, Ralph E. ................... 452 Elliott, Randolph S. ............... 498 Elliott, Ronald E. ................. 499 Elliott, Russell S. ............. 452. 500 Elliott, Walter G ................... 424 Ellis. Jack E. .................... 437 Ellis. James D .................... 424 Ellis. Jane E. .................... 452 Ellis. Ronald K. .................. 424 Ellis. Ronald L .................... 463 Ellis. Spencer W. ................. 394 Ellis. Wayne A .................... 394 Ellis. Wm. B. .................... 466 Elton, Thomas L .................. 424 Emmons. Jennifer S. .............. 452 Emory. Walter R. ................. 437 Endicon. James M. ............... 424 Endsley. John W .................. 424 ENGINEERING SCIENCEAND MECHANICS .................. 167 ENGLISH ....................... 167 English. Alan R ............... 394,497 English, John D. Jr. ............... 424 Ennis. Patricia J. ................. 394 Ennis. Richard S .............. 120, 394 Entac, Daniel C ................... 437 EPILOGUE ..................... 504 Epstein. Edwin H .................. 452 Epstein. Marshall H ................ 437 ERATO ........................ 100 Erb. William ................. 452. 498 Ermann, Renato .................. 463 Escobar. Antonio J ................ 394 Escoffery. Carlos E ................ 424 Escue. Wm. D .................... 452 Eslami, Farahnaz ................. 437 Espy, Roben W ............... 184, 394 Estes. John C .................... 437 Esteve. Maria D ............... 1 14.491 Estrada. Ricardo A. ............... 394 Ethridge. Henry E. Jr ............... 424 Eubanks, James B. ............... 424 Evans, Carl M .................... 394 Evans. Curtis M ............... 452,499 Evans, Edward L .................. 452 Evans. James A. ................. 424 Evans. James M .................. 424 Evans, Leonard N. Ill .......... 463. 492 Evans. Mark R ................ 125. 424 Evans, Stephen F! ................. 437 Everett. Kenneth W ................ 437 Everett. Stanley P. ............ 437. 500 Everett. Stanley R ................. 424 Evins, John M .................... 452 Ewing, James K. ................. 424 Fallin, Michael D .................. 424 Fallis, W1 Neel ................... 494 Falonco, Anthony J ................ 424 Fariman. Fereidoon ............... 463 Farmer. James G. II ............... 498 Farmer. James N. ................ 394 Farmer. Rhesa S. III ............... 424 Farrell. John M. Jr ............. 437.500 Farris. David L. .................. 452 Farrow. Kurt W ................... 394 Farrow, Robin E. ................. 493 Farrow. Steven B .......... 120. 192. 437 Fason, Garrick T .............. 394. 493 Faughnan, Michael J. ............. 437 Faulkner. Lawrence A .......... 452. 499 Fawley. Mark D ................... 394 Fay. Anne M ....... ' .............. 452 Fears. John E ................ 437, 495 Feast, Wm. M .................... 394 Feehan. Richard L. ............... 463 Feeney, James J .................. 424 FeIch, John E. Jr .................. 463 Feldman, James B. ........... 452. 496 Feldsott. Howard L ................ 491 Felts. Robert B. .................. 452 Fentem. David R .................. 437 Fenton, Sandra R. ................ 424 Fentress, Philip W ................. 424 Ferencik. James J ................. 395 Ferguson. G. E. Jr ................. 424 Ferguson. Maxie 1.. ............... 498 Fernandez, Josie R. ........... 452. 497 Ferreira, Joyce M. ............ 437, 497 Ferrell. John D. 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Toni F ................. 43 Fleming, Frank L. Jr. .......... 115. 42 Fleming. William J Jr. ............. 42 Fletcher. Herman E Jr. ............ 45 Flinn. Edith SJ ................... 45 Flohr, Frederick G ................. 49 Flowers. Frank E .................. 39 Flowers. George E. ........... 424, 49 Flowers, Ray P. Ill ................ 45 Flowers, VWIiamA. ............... 39 Floyd, George F. ................. 42 Flynt. Suzanne D. ................ 12 Foiey. John M .................... 42 FOOTBALL ..................... 20 Foppiano. Richard E ............... 45 Ford. lvon R1 Ill .................. 39 Ford, Mary K ..................... 43 Ford, Terry P. ................... 39 Fordham. Mickey D. .............. 45 Forester, Gerald L ................. 42 Formby. Samuel K. ............... 49 Forrester. Dickey P ................ 39 Forrester, Terry M ................. 39 Foskett. Francis A ................. 43 Foss. Orlando W. 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Douglas J ................. 424 Fountain, Theo H. ................ 453 Fournier, Jaime A ................. 437 Fowler, Daniel T. ............. 437, 498 Fox, Manley J .................... 453 Fox, Stephen T ................... 494 Fox, S1aven W ................ 120. 437 Fragala, David L .................. 437 Fralick. Ross T. .................. 437 Franck. John M. ................. 491 Franke. Mark A ................... 395 Franklin, Wm. L. ................. 453 Fraser, Richard V. ................ 424 FHA TERNITY IDENTIFICA TIONS ..... 491 Frazier, John R. Jr. ............... 453 Frazier, Michael O. ............... 453 Frazier. Terry F ................... 437 Fredlund. Richard W ........... 453. 496 Fredrikson. Douglas W. ............ 498 Free. Gary L ..................... 495 Freeman, David W. ............... 453 Freitag, Kevin R. ................. 453 FRESHMAN CLASS ............... 448 Frick, Marguerite ................. 437 Fricks. George L .................. 493 Fricton, Roben K. ................ 395 Frings, Johannes M. .......... 453. 493 Frost. Robert A ............... 437, 500 Frosteg. Larry C .................. 395 Frye. Dale B. .................... 453 Frykman. Joanne ................. 497 Frymire. Daniel L .............. 453, 493 Fujimura. Minekazu ............... 463 Fukuoka. Hirombumi .............. 463 Fukuyama. Te1suo ................ 463 BILL FULCHER .................. 220 Fulkerson, Edwin G. .............. 437 Fullbrigh1.J. L. III ................. 495 Fumagali, Oscar J ................. 437 Furlong. Leo A. III ................ 453 Furlow. Thomas M. ............... 463 Fusi, Stephen ................... 424 Futral, Linda M ................... 437 Futral, Samuel F. Ill ............... 437 Gaddis, Claude L. ................ 395 Gaillard. W. H. ............... 437, 493 Galer. Robin R. .................. 453 Gallaher, Laura C ................. 437 Gailoway, Charles L. .............. 493 Galloway. John P. III .............. 424 Galt. Joel L ...................... 453 Gangarosa. E. J. Jr ................ 453 Ganssle, Ramona A. .............. 453 Garcia, James C .................. 453 Gardner, David R. ................ 424 Gardner, Gary W. ................ 395 Gardner. John C. Jr. .............. 463 Garfield, Richard 1. ............... 395 Gargiulo, Joseph A ................ 495 Garrett. Paul J. .................. 463 Garrett. Terry L ................... 463 Garrison. Stephen N ....... 188. 395.493 Ganenbaum, Henry ............... 395 Gary. George M. ................. 424 Gary, Judson E. III ............ 190.437 Garza. Jose A .................... 463 Gasaway. William H. .............. 395 Gaskins. Kenneth H. .............. 437 Gaston, Joe L .................... 395 Gates, Brenda A .................. 453 Gates, Lawrence J. ............... 424 Gatlin. Jesse C. III ................ 463 Gavalas. John B .................. 395 Gawa. John W. .............. 453. 496 Gay. John P. ................ 395. 493 Gearing, Daniel V. ............ 188. 463 Genest, Gary L ................... 437 Gensler. Susan J. ................ 395 Gentle, Alfred F. Jr. ............... 495 Gentry, Wesley C. ................ 453 GEOPHYSICAL SCIENCES ......... 168 George. Sheryl D. ............. 94, 453 George. Stephen M ............ 453. 496 Gerbis. Bryan A. ................. 395 Germaine. Paul D ................. 395 Germany, Charles L. .............. 424 Germany, John W ................. 437 Gerosa. G ....................... 453 Gerstl, Peter .................... 395 Gibbs, Jerry L .................... 395 Gibby. Gordon L .................. 453 Gibson, Thomas P. ............... 396 Giesler, Carl E ................ 184. 396 Giglio.Jet1rey V. ............. 453. 494 Gilbert. Alton N. Jr. ............... 425 Gilbert, Richard L. Jr ............... 425 Gilben. Ronald F .................. 425 Gildner. Stephen F ............... 437 Giles. Thomas C. III ............... 396 Gilkey. Gary W. .................. 396 Gilreath. Chas M. Jr. .............. 425 Gilstrap, Wm. T ................... 396 Gimenez. Helio A. ................ 396 Ginn. Richard K. ................. 437 Giri. Jagannath .................. 463 Giudice, John W .................. 396 Giuliani. James E. ............ 437. 495 Glass. David R. .................. 425 Glass. Ronald D. ................. 453 Glenn. Sandy E ............... 396. 497 Glover, Nigel K ................... 497 Gluck, Joseph C .................. 437 Godbee. Dan C ................... 453 Godbee. Leonard G. .............. 396 Goding. Lawrence A ............... 453 Goettllcher. David G ............... 425 Goetz. Wade H ................... 491 Goins. Dixie E ................ 192. 396 Gold. Michael G. ................. 396 Goldberg. Eric M. ................ 437 Golding, Cynthia ................. 437 Goldman, Marvin E1Jr. ............ 437 Goldstein, Alan M ................. 425 Golley. Frank B ................... 453 Gonzalez, Luis Jr. ................ 425 Gonzalez. Thomas Jr. ............. 396 Goodman. Stephen D .......... 190, 453 Goodrum, John W. ............... 463 Goodson, Thomas L ............... 437 Goodwin. Amy H. ................ 492 Goodwin. Paul J .................. 437 Goolsby, Elizabeth ................ 425 Gordon, Donald L ................. 396 Gordon. Robert L. ................ 396 Gordon. Victoria M ................ 453 Gore. Charles T. ............. 190. 453 Goree. Robert W. Jr. .......... 437. 498 G055. Jane M .................... 437 6055. Richard B. ............. 437. 500 Gostin, S. .J. Jr. .................. 492 Gould. Douglas A ................. 396 Goulde David W .................. 396 Gourley. Larry R .................. 396 GRADUATESTUDENTSENA TE ..... 122 GRADUATES .................... 462 Graham, David L .................. 396 Graham. John H .............. 453. 498 Graham. Robert G. ............... 494 Grainger. David G ................. 425 Gram. Kenneth G. ............ 396, 499 Grandfield. Philip W. .......... 453. 493 Granger. Gary E .................. 396 Grant. David E. .............. 437. 496 Grant. Gregory J .............. 396.493 Grant. Michael F .................. 396 Frant. Philip A ................ 453, 493 Graves. Edwin H .............. 453. 495 Gray, Hendryx W. ................ 495 Gray. John E ................. 437, 495 Graydon, Clyde E ................. 463 Gredler, Mark W .................. 425 GHEEKS ....................... 258 Green. Elizabeth A. ....... 120. 453. 501 Green. Philip W ................... 425 Green, Ronald J. ................. 396 Greanberg. Daniel H ............... 437 Greenblatt, Michael D .............. 453 Greene, James A. ................ 396 Greene. James W ................. 425 Greening, Denis A. ............... 425 Greenway, Larry N ................ 437 Greenwood, Terry L. .............. 453 Greer, Hal W. Ill .................. 437 Greer, Mary D ................ 425. 494 Gregg. Gordon E .......... 193, 188,396 Gresham. Dan R .................. 453 Greyard. James W. ........... 114, 425 Gridley, Charles F ................. 453 Grier. James O ................... 396 Grier. Rebecca A. ................ 453 Griffin. Charles D. ........ 184. 188, 396 Grif1in, George L. Ill ............... 453 Gri11in, Virginia W. ................ 425 Gri11in. Wm. W. Jr ................. 453 Griffith. Crystal D. ............ 437, 492 Grimm. William L. ................ 463 Grmiths, George E. ............... 437 Griifiths, Ward D .............. -. . . .453 Griffo. James C ................... 425 Griggers, James D. Jr .............. 437 Griggs. Dan P ................ 120. 437 Griggs, Jonathan P ................ 453 Grimes, George W. II .............. 453 Grimes. Robert A. ................ 425 Grimm. David F ............... 193, 425 Grimm. Marvin A. Jr. .............. 463 Grimshaw. Richard C .............. 496 Grindle, Kenneth W. . . . : .......... 396 Gritter. Richard J. ............ 193. 425 Grogan, Peter E. ................. 495 Grounds, James D. ............... 463 Grover. Jeffrey L .................. 500 Grubbs. Thomas F. ............... 396 Guardia. Gilberto J ................ 425 Guinn. Charles E. ................ 396 Guldenschuh. Cheryl A. ........... 453 Gulley, David W. ................. 496 Gum. David C ................ 453.497 Gundel. Norman L. ........... 188. 397 Gunn, Garnet B ........... 184. 188, 397 Gunn, Timothy M. ................ 437 Gunter. Bruce C .................. 491 Gupta. Pramod K, ................ 463 Gur. Reha ...................... 453 Gurley. David W. ................. 425 Guthas, Carol J. ................. 453 Guthrie. David E .................. 500 Gutman. Lawrence B. ......... 437. 499 GYMNASTICS ................... 246 Haas, Joseph M Jr, ....... 190,453,494 Hackl, Albert J. Jr ................. 498 Haddon. Charles J. ............... 397 Haddon. Thomas C ................ 397 Haeftele. Jeffrey J ......... 190,120,453 Haeffele, Steven M. ............... 12 Hafner David H. ................. 437 Hagan. Douglas F1 ............. 437, 493 Hagedorn, Adele C ............ 425. 492 Hager, Marcia D. ............. 437, 501 Hageny. Joanne B. ............... 437 Hagler, Richard B ................. 499 Haile, Theodore S ............. 397. 492 Haines. George F. ................ 425 Hakenewerth, Paul A. ............. 437 Halberg. Martin P. ................ 397 Haley, Frederick J. Jr. ............. 463 Hall, Allan W ................. 397.494 Hall. Ben A .................. 437, 498 Hall. Donald G. .............. 184. 397 Hall. Hennriena K. ............ 132, 437 Hall. Heyward A. ................. 453 Hall. Joseph M. .................. 492 Hall, Mark E .................... 437 Hall. Mark S. .................... 437 Hall. Mary R. ............ 425,491,499 Hall. Paul D ...................... 425 Hall. Ramsay F. .................. 425 Hall, Randy C .................... 425 Hall. Richard M ................... 453 Hall. Richard M ................... 500 Hall. Robert W. Jr. ................ 463 Hall. Samuel R. .................. 397 Hall. William D ................ 188. 397 Hall, William L ................ 184. 397 Halliday. Robert M. ............... 494 Hallman, John L .................. 496 Hailmark, David S ................. 453 Halls, Isaac ..................... 397 Hamblen, James O. ....... 184. 188.397 Hamer. Thomas E ............. 463. 492 Hamil. James B ................... 425 Hamilton, Craig A. ............ 190. 453 Hamilton. David A ................. 397 Hamilton. Douglas D ............... 437 Hamilton, Rex L. ................. 397 Hamilton. Wm. M. ................ 493 Hammer, Gregory G ............... 453 Hammett, Jay Jr .................. 453 Hammond. Howard H .............. 463 Hammond, Jonathan G ............. 398 Hammond. Wm. L ............. 437, 498 Hammonds. Roy G ................ 493 Hampton. Paul R, ................ 438 Hand. John S. ................... 438 Handy, James E .................. 398 Hanes, Victoria D. ................ 425 Haney. Richard F. ................ 453 Hankinson. J. E. Jr. ........... 425. 499 Hanks, Jeanne M ............ 453, 491 Hannon, Gerard T ............. 188. 398 Hansen. Lars C ................... 453 Hansford. Larry C ................. 425 Harbin, Charles T. lll .............. 398 Harbin. James S .................. 453 Harchar. John E .................. 425 Harden, Cindy L .................. 438 Harden, David A .................. 498 Harden. Janice C. ........ 136,398,492 Harden, John W. ................. 398 Hardman. Keith E ................. 438 Hardy. Gregory K. ................ 453 Hardy. Janet E. .................. 453 Hardy, Wrn. G ................ 398. 493 Haren, Frank E. Jr ................. 438 Hargraves, Gary L. ............... 425 Hargrove. Blane D. ........... 188,425 Harker. Carla A ................... 438 Harmon. James C ............. 184. 398 - Harper. Jackson C. ............... 453 Harper. Louls E. Jr. ............... 438 Harper, Robert A. Jr. .............. 453 Harrell. Charles E. Jr ........... 438, 495 Harrell, Edsel A. Jr. ............... 398 Harrell. Michael N ................. 453 Harrell, Robert M. Jr. .............. 425 Harrell. Verdo M .................. 398 Harrelson, Patricia A ........... 398. 492 Harris. Catharine L. ............... 453 Harris, Charles T .................. 425 Harris, David O ................... 398 Harris. Donald C .................. 398 Harris, Henry F ................ . . .463 Harris. Herbert M. ............ 188. 398 Harris. James L ............... 425. 494 Harris, John A .................... 438 Harris, Keith R. .................. 425 Harris. Ray 0. ................... 398 Harris. Samuel W. ................ 492 Harris. Stephen T.. .96. 182. 184. 188. 398 Harris. Steven L. ................. 438 Harris. 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James M ................. 438 Hauck. Frances J. ............ 438. 492 Haug. Deborah L, ............ 438, 501 Hause. Allan E. .................. 453 Havriluk. John T. Jr ................ 398 Hawes, Mark W ................... 453 Hawkins, Tommy M. .............. 438 Hawkins. Wm. B. ................. 454 Haxton, David W .................. 438 Hayes, Jon D. ................... 454 Hayford. Gordon F . ............... 438 Haygood,Wm1 F .................. 466 Haynes. Thomas E. Jr .............. 454 Haynie. Charles M. ........... 438. 495 Hays, James 0. Jr ................. 498 Hays, Kenneth M. ................ 425 Hays. Lewis F .................... 425 Hays. Steven R ............... 425,497 Hays. Steven W. ................. 100 Head. John T. Jr .................. 43 Heaiy. Mary J .................... 39 Hearn, Ernest H. II ................ 454 Heberer, Floyd A. ................ 454 Hedges. Thomas M ................ 498 Hedrick, Eric Z. .............. 398.494 Hedrick. 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Jr. ................ 499 Hoddy, Linda J. . .' ................ 120 Hodge, Danny B; ................. 438 Hodges, Charles E. ............... 425 Hodges, George L. m .............. 454 Hodges, Sheridan III .............. 425 Hoenig, Gary L ............... 191,438 Hogan, Colleen M ............. 454, 491 Hoge, Kun w. ................... 454 H099, Janis K .................... 399 Holaday, Veidon D. Jr .............. 438 Holbrook, David O ............... 54 Holcomb, Edward L ........ 191 , 454,495 Holder, Roy D .................... 399 Holladay, Barry C ................. 425 Holland, Charles J. ............... 399 Holland, Stephanie J ............... 454 Hollerorth, Robert D. .............. 425 Holley. Alan F .................... 438 Hollinger, Michael R ............... 400 Hoilingshad, N. W ................. 454 Holloway, Dennis W. .............. 425 Holloway, Michael T. .............. 466 Holmes, Harold G ................. 498 Holmes, Shelby C ................. 492 Holst, Lawrence E ................. 494 Holtsinger, Clay A ............. 438, 498 Horn, Michael ................... 425 Honeycun. Robert M ........... 454, 499 Hood. David A ................ 193, 425 Hood, Warren A. ................. 400 Hooker, Douglas R. ........... 125, 438 Hooper, Christopher C. ........ 454, 493 Hooper, Robert W ................. 400 Hopkins, Peter H .................. 492 Hopkins, Thomas E ................ 463 Hornbuckle, Robert A .............. 425 Hornbuckle, Ronnie A .............. 454 Home. John G. .............. 400,497 Horne, Wm. E .................... 454 Hornsby. Jack Jr .................. 400 Hornsby, Richard R. .............. 494 Hornsby, Wm. L. Jr ................ 438 Horton. Cris W. .............. 120, 400 Horton, Dan B .................... 437 Horton, Paul W ................... 454 Hosea, lrwin H ............ 193, 400, 495 Hosford. David A .............. 191 , 454 Hoskins, Dale R. ............. 438, 492 Hoss, Gary V ................. 425, 492 Hotallng, Richard L ................ 400 Houghton, Charles G ............. 438 Houser, Scott W. ..... -. ........... 454 Houston. Patrick J. ........... 439, 496 Houston, Robert A ........... 439, 499 Hove, Banon A ............... 425, 497 Howard. Bruce W ................. 496 Howard, Charles T. ............... 439 Howard, Maurice L ................ 439 Howard, Robert H ................. 492 Howard, Thomas C ................ 400 Howell, Don N .................... 400 Howell, John 81 999999 187, 425,498,501 Hoyai, Eddie W ................... 400 Hoyer, David R. Jr ......... 191,454,500 Hoyt, John E ...... ; .............. 493 Hubbard, David W ......... 193, 425, 495 Huber, Richard W .............. 93, 502 Huckaby, Robin D ................. 400 Hudak, George J. ................ 463 Huddleston, Gregory 0 ............. 115 Huddleston, Lisa A. ............... 454 Hudgens, Donnie L ............ 185, 400 Hudgins, Raymond N. ............. 496 Hudson, lra H .................... 425 Huete. David A ................... 425 Huggins, Mary E .............. 425,492 Huggins, Roger Steed ............. 400 Hughes, David W. ................ 425 Hughs, Robert N. Ili ............... 500 Hugueley. Robi. W. ............... 439 Huie, Earl B. .................... 439 Hulett, Racheal V. ................ 439 Huling. Charles H ................. 400 Hull, Joseph F. 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Jr. ................. 401 Janney, Mark A. ................. 401 Jansen, Jean R ............... 426, 497 Jape, Anthony D .................. 439 Jardine, Glenn M. ................ 454 Jarrett, Alex R .................... 439 Jarrett, Harold M .............. 191,439 Jarrett, James E. ................. 401 Jaynes. Gary C ............... 426, 498 Jeffries, Jon D, .................. 439 Jelley, Graham C. ................ 500 Jellins, Lionel R ............... 118,454 Jenkins, Charles M ................ 426 Jenkins, Clifford G. ............... 454 Jenkins, Curtis 5 .................. 454 Jenkins, Jack C. ................. 426 Jenkins, Pamela G. ....... 120,454,491 Jenkins, Stephen R ................ 401 Jensen, Svend A .................. 439 Jimenez, Esther E ............. 454,491 Jiu, Albert B. .................... 401 Jobs, James M ................... 495 Joglar, Castiilo J .................. 439 Johann, Richard P. ............... 426 John, Richard S. ............. 191,439 Johnson, Darrel J ................. 497 Johnson, David L. ................ 497 Johnson, Gary W. ............ 466,500 Johnson, Hoke S. 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Foy E, III ........... 193,426 Johnston, Gail R .......... 185, 188,401 Johnsion, John H ................. 498 Johnston, Richard S ............... 439 Joiner, Samuel C. ................ 495 Jones, Arthur B. ................. 426 Jones, Bruce A ............... 401 , 500 Jones, Calvin A ................... 454 Jones, David .................... 439 Jones, Don W .................... 463 Jones, Douglas H ................. 498 Jones, Gary L .................... 401 Jones, George B .............. 401, 492 Jones, Gregory .................. 125 Jones. Jacqueline F. .......... 439, 501 Jones, James C. III ............ 426, 499 Jones, Keith M. .................. 454 Jones, Kenneth R ................. 426 Jones, Kenneth S ............. 193. 426 Jones, Kent R .................... 401 Jones, Larry L ................ 401 , 495 Jones, Michael H. ................ 454 Jones. Philip C ................... 439 Jones, Ramona I .................. 426 Jones, Randolph D ................ 463 Jones, Thomas M ............. 401 , 495 Jones, Wm ...................... 455 Jones, Wm ...................... 455 Jonsson, Peter G. ................ 401 Jordan, Charles E. Jr. ............. 439 Jordan, David R. ................. 455 Jordan, Mark L ................... 426 Josey, Stephen L. ................ 426 Jumper, James D. ................ 401 Junco. Manuel A. Jri .............. 426 JUNIOR CLASS .................. 420 Jurczyk, Pamela H. ............... 439 J ustice. James A. ................ 426 Justus, Michael K ................. 493 Justus, Ralph H. ................. 426 Kaduck, Wm. W. Jr ............ 193,426 Kakadelis, Thomas P. ............. 492 Kaie, Jack W. Jr. ............. 185,401 Kalil, Richard C ........... 185, 189,401 Kalnin. George N. 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Jerry D. .................. 455 Leveratt, George J. ............... 440 Levine, John S. .................. 500 Lewis, Andrew F .................. 498 Lewis, David M. .............. 440, 498 Lewis, Gary L .................... 404 Lewis, John C .................... 404 Lewis. John H .................... 404 Lewis, Lawrence J. ............... 440 Lewis, Philip C. .................. 404 Lewis, Rebecca R ................. 455 Lewis, Russell W .................. 404 Li, Hong W. ..................... 463 Liabastre, Alben A. ............... 463 Libert, Timothy A. ................ 499 Lieneck. 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Susan E. ............... 426 Loftin, Glenn H ................... 440 Loftin, Jeff C ..................... 455 Lohr, James M. .............. 426, 493 Long,Ar1hur B. .................. 491 Long, Charles E, ................. 466 Long, Glen S. ................... 440 Long, Marvin E, Jr ................. 455 Long, Stephen R .................. 404 Long, Stewart W .................. 426 Looms, Douglas S. ............... 404 Lopez, Victor M. ................. 440 Lorenzo, Donald K. ........... 191, 455 Loudermilk, Wm. E. Jr .............. 494 Love. Jack A ..................... 404 Love, William T ................... 493 Lovelace. Teresa C ................ 455 Lovette, James D. ................ 404 Loveno, Joseph S ............. 185, 404 Low, Charles R ................... 466 Lowe, Cortland R. Jr ............... 440 Lowe, Earl S ..................... 455 Lowe, Guy E. Jr. ................. 426 Lowe, Leonard C. ................ 426 Lower, Linn L. ........... 185, 189, 404 Lowndes. William ................. 455 Lozier, Jay S ................. 455, 494 Lubs, Steven A ................... 125 Luby. Charles P. ................. 496 Lucas. Barbara A. ................ 143 Luce, Steve D .................... 426 Luchsinger, Walter T ............... 426 Ludvigsen, Kenneth ............... 455 Ludwig, James R. ................ 455 Lund, Gerald .................... 466 Lundy, Wm. E .................... 426 Lupton, Hunter D. ................ 492 Lutz. Donald J. .................. 440 Lutz, Wm. F1. .................... 455 Lyle, James E. Jr .............. 440, 493 Lyle, James S. Jr. ................ 455 Lyman, Kenneth L, ............... 455 Lynberg, Thomas M. .............. 404 Lynch. James E. ............. 191, 455 Lynes. James M. Jr ............ 426, 499 Lyon, John C. Jr .................. 455 Lyons, William K .............. 120,404 Lytle, Mark F ..................... 499 Macari, Jane M ................... 491 Machen, Edmund H. .............. 404 Mack, William J ................... 426 MacKenzie, Kenneth E. ........ 404, 497 MacLeod, Paul R. ................ 455 Maddox, Ruben A ............. 440, 493 Maddox, Ronald C. ............... 426 Maddux, Eugene M ................ 495 Maeser. Deborah L ................ 455 Magbee. Robert G. ............... 491 Magill, Robert W .................. 498 Magnusson, Robert ............... 463 Mahan. Stephen W ................ 455 Mahoney, Harry L. III .............. 426 Mahoney, Lary S. ................ 466 Makinson. David N. ............... 440 Malac, Roy D. ................... 440 Malcolm, Donald W ................ 496 Malecki, Richard A, ............... 404 Mallard, Larry R. ................. 426 Malloy, John P, .................. 440 Malluck, John F. ................. 463 Maltbie, John R ................... 455 Mamalakis, Paul .............. 189. 404 Mancl, Alan J, ................... 493 Mangiameli, Cynthia L. ........ 222, 404 Manley, Wm. D. Jr. ............... 426 Mann, Douglas L .............. 440, 500 Maravich, John R ................. 404 Marcantoni, G. A .............. 455,493 Marchbanks, Richard D. ........... 440 Marchese, Frank J. ............... 426 Markey, Marjorie J. ............... 455 Marks, James R, ............. 191 , 455 Marks, Philip C ................... 497 Markwon H. W. Jr ................. 426 Marr, James D. .............. 189. 463 Manens, Gary B .................. 455 Manin, Daniel P. ................. 463 Martin, David A ............... 455, 496 Martin. David D ................... 426 Martin, Mary C. .............. 463, 492 Martin, Robert L. ................. 426 Martin, Wm. P .................... 426 Martinez, Bertha T. ............... 440 Martinroe, Jeffrey W ............... 440 Mashaal, Mohamed E .............. 463 Mashburn, Gary L ................. 404 Mashburn, James R. Jr ............. 495 Maslia. Morris ................... 440 Massee, Mark H. ............. 426,491 Massey, Frederick A ............... 497 Massey, John V. ................. 426 Massey, Michael E, ............... 440 Matejick. John E .............. 426, 496 MA THEMA TICS .................. 1 7O Matheny, Robert W ................ 427 Mathews, Ferrin Y. Jr. ............. 455 Mathews, John F. ................ 404 Mathews. M. S. III ................. 463 Mathews, Toney A. ............... 463 Mathis, Barry T ................... 427 Mathis, James A .................. 440 Mathison, Ronald B. .............. 405 Matson, D. W. lll .............. 222. 440 Matthews, Edwin L. ............... 427 Manhews. Reita W. ............... 440 Manhews, Wrn. C. Jr ........... 191,455 Mauldin, Gary E. ................. 463 Mauldin, Lloyd B .............. 189,405 Maus, Richard L. Jr ............ 455, 493 Maxwell. Carol D .................. 463 Maxwell, James C ................. 427 May, Gary C ..................... 440 Mayer, Robert W. Jr. .......... 455,499 Mayes, Jack H. .................. 440 Mayes, Michael G ................. 441 Mayfield. James R. ............... 499 Mayfield, Ralph G ................. 427 Mayhew, Steven M. ............... 495 Maynard, John A. ................ 405 McAlpin, Philip M. ................ 455 McAmis, James O ................. 441 McAnsh, Cathy A ................. 441 McArthur, Wm. S. ................ 495 McAshan, Eddie lll ................ 405 McBride, Kenneth E. .............. 427 McBride, Michael H. .............. 455 McBride, Wrn. P. ............. 441, 498 McBurney, Franklin B .............. 495 McCall, Hiram A. ................. 405 McCall, Hubert L .................. 405 McCall, Robert D, Jr ............... 441 McCamy, Charles P. .............. 427 McCarthy, James F. Jr. ............ 463 McCartney, N. W. Jr ............... 427 McCarty, John O. ................ 405 McCarty, Joseph E ................ 427 McCarty, Joseph H ................ 455 McClane, Wm. E .............. 427, 493 McClannahan. T. I. ............... 456 McClelland, David J. ...... 189, 193,405 McClelland, J. 8. Jr ................ 498 McClure, Stephen M ............... 494 McColIough, Thomas J ............. 427 McConnell, Samuel A .............. 466 McCord. Charles R. IV ............. 494 McCord. Timothy A ............ 427, 495 McCormick, Michael K. ............ 500 McCranie, Wm. C. ............ 456, 495 McCrary, Charles F ................ 405 McCray, Betty L. ................. 441 McCrory, Nancy J ................. 456 McCuen, Milton M. Jr. ............. 405 McCullough, Russell L. ............ 456 McCunniff, Dennis E ....... 191, 456, 498 McDaniel, Paul M. ................ 405 McDonald, Jack L ................. 405 McDonald, Michael A. ......... 120, 427 McDonald, Patrick J ............... 1 14 McDowell, James S. .............. 456 McDowell, Lawrence D ............. 441 McDowell, Peter R. ............... 456 McDowell, Steven F. .............. 405 McEachron, James F. ............. 495 McElhannon, Stewart ............. 405 McEIIeney, Grace E. .......... 405,492 McElmoyle, David M ........... 405,495 McEnearney, Sharon V ...... 96, 405,492 McEwan, Llewellyn P. ............. 494 McFadden. Stephen S. ............ 405 McFry, Gerald L. ................. 405 McGahey, Craig M. ....... 192, 427, 493 McGarity, John M ........... . ...... 441 McGarrity, John R, ............... 463 McGaughey, Roy D. III ............. 441 McGee, Brent D. ................. 45- McGee, James M. ................ 49 McGhee, John M ............ 405, 491 McGhee, Richard C. .............. 491 McGill, Walter S. ............. 456, 49' McGinnis, Pete W ................. 49 McGinnis. Wayne C. .......... 192,441 McGrath, Michael A. .............. 50! McGraw, Marion L. Jr .............. 441 McGuire, Paula A ................. 491 McKay, Mark D ................... 45- McKee, Michael E ................. 40' McKenna, Patrick J ............ 187, 40' McKenna, Theodore J. ............ 46 McKibben, Donald C ............... 45- McKinney, Wm. H. Jr. ......... 456, 49 McKinnon, John T. ............... 40' McLaughlin, Mark P. .............. 40' McLaughlin, Richard J. ............ 49' McLean, John C .................. 49 McLellan, Barton J . ............... 46 McLellan, Wm. H. ................ 49' McLure, Edwin 8. Jr. .......... 185, 40 McMahon, David S. ........... 114. 49 McMahan, Gerald T. .............. 42 McMahon, Wm J. Ill .............. 49 McMillan, Jack 0. Jr. ...... 191, 441 , 49 McMillan, Michael A. .............. 45 McMillan. TerryS. ................ 45: McNair, John R ............... 193, 42 McNair, Laura T. ................. 40 McNeal, Michael L. ............... 44 McNeill, Mackey M ................ 45 McPherson, Eugene E. ........ 125, 44 McQuaig, Robert L. III ............. 45- McWhorter, Gary H ................ 40 McWilIiams, Robert H .............. 42 Meadors, Gary M. ................ 49 Meadows. John R. ............... 45 MECHANICAL ENGINEERING ....... 17 Mee, Robert W. . . . ............... 45 Meehan, Donald N. ............... 44 Meek, David B. .................. 49 Meek, Richard L. Jr. ............. 49 Meeks, William H. Jr. .............. 42 Mehl, Sherman E. . . ............ 49 Meinstein, Harvey S. .............. 45 Melendez, Omar ................. 45 Meliopoulos, A. P. ................ 46 Mendez, Merced R ................ 46 Menne, Douglas F. ............... 44 Menocal, Antonio G. .............. 42 Menocal, Serafin G ............ 189, 40 Meredith, James I. ............ 441 , 4 Merovich, Michael P ............... 4U Merrill, Eddie P ................... 4I Mersbach, Wm. Robert ............ 4 Messner, Richard M .............. 40 Metz, Richard C. . . ............... 4 'Metzler, Mary E. . . .............. 4 Meusel,Ar1hur L .............. 441, 4' Meyer, Harold D. Jr ................ 4 Meyer, Wm. Lewis ................ 4- Michael, Barry D. ................ 4 Michaels, John I. III ........... 441, 50 Michaels, Thomas J ........... 427, 4 Michalec,81even J. Jr .............. 4: Michel, Donald H ................. 4 Middlebrooks, Thomas ........ 406, 4' Mijares, Luis F. .................. 4' Mikell, Altred M ................... 4' Mikell, Stephen R. ................ 4' MIkus, Stephen A ................. 4I Milans, Kenneth J ............. 406, 4' MIles Daniel P. .................. 4! Miles, Harry D .................... 41 Miles, James W ................... 41 Mileto, Christopher F. ............. 4' Milewski, John O, ................ 4 Miller, Bruce K. .................. 41 Miller, Carlton W .................. 4! Miller, Charles V. ................. 4 Miller, David R. .................. 4 Miller, Dean R. 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Jr. 406 Mills, Timothy D. ................. 456 Millwood, Roger H. ............... 406 Milner, Bradford .................. 494 Milo, Michael W. ................. 406 Mimms. David A, ................. 441 Minchew, Eddy P. ............ 193, 427 Minix, Dennis S ................... 456 Minnock, Thomas J. .............. 456 Minors, Susan P .................. 406 Minschwaner, Wm. J ........... 441,494 Miranda, Alfredo G ................ 456 Mirani, Ebrahim .................. 464 Mische, Gary D ................... 464 Mistakovich. David ................ 406 Misura, Ronald J .................. 427 Mitchell, Charles S. ............... 441 Mitchell, Floyd III ................. 495 Mitchell, James .................. 456 Mitchell, James B ................. 441 Mitchell, Mark T. ............. 189, 427 Mitchell, Paul J. Jr. ............... 406 Mize, Richard D. ...... , .......... 406 Moad, Zuheir F ................... 441 Mobley. Jon P ................ 427. 493 Mod, Mark G ..................... 496 MODERN LANGUAGES ............ 1 71 Moeller, Robert C. 11111111 118, 441, 498 Mean, Steven L ................... 441 Moersen, Mark A. ................ 441 Moffitt, Michael J .............. 457, 494 Mohler. Raymond W. Jr. ....... 191, 457 Mohr, Wm. J ..................... 457 Mohs, Geoffrey P. ................ 427 Mohun, Katherine N. .......... 457. 492 Molinacombita. M. A ............... 464 Moller. Kurt H .................... 406 Monnerat, Carolyn A ........... 427,491 Monsalvatge, Ralph ............... 441 Montague. Clay L ................. 464 Montague, John E. ............... 500 Montague, Larry D. Jr .......... 427, 500 Montano. Rodrigo ................ 427 Montgomery, James 1 .185. 189, 193, 406, 496 Montgomery, Mack G .......... 457, 500 Montiverdi. M. M .................. 494 Montone, Wayne V ............ 457, 496 Mooney, Daniel B ............. 189, 464 Mooney, Robert J ................. 497 Moore, Charles E. ................ 497 Moore, Clark R ................... 441 Moore, Debra S. ................. 457 Moore. Rachel L .................. 442 Moore, Roben B .................. 406 Moore, Wayne E. ......... 125, 192, 442 Moore, Wm. J .................... 406 Moore, Wm, R .................... 427 Moorhouse. Stanley A .......... 185. 406 Moorman, Charles W. ............. 499 Morales. Jose D. ............. 189, 427 Morales. Marco T. ................ 406 Morey. Michael E. ................ 406 Morgan, Harry H. Ill ............... 406 Morgan. Stephen R ............ 185, 406 Morin, Helyn C. .................. 442 Morina, Charles J ................. 406 Morris, Charles A. ................ 407 Morris. Edward L. Jr. .............. 407 Morris, James S. ................. 464 Morris, Robert F . Jr ................ 427 Morris, William R .................. 427 Morrison, Preston A. .......... 407, 493 Morrison, Richard M ............... 407 Morrow, J. K ..................... 457 Morrow, Michael A. ............... 407 Morrow. Ronald E ................. 427 Morton. Stephen R. ............... 407 Moseley. Ben P. III ................ 497 Moseley. Walter G. ............... 407 Moses, Wm. M. Jr ................. 442 Mosko. James G .................. 427 Moskowitz, Joseph L. ............. 427 Moss. Douglas M. ................ 442 Moss, Harry C ............ 100, 407, 492 Moss. Wm. M. ................... 407 Mosser. David R .................. 464 Mona, Robert C. ............. 191 , 442 Moultrie. Ferrell C ............. 189, 427 Mount, Granville A. ............... 466 Moy, Carol M. ................... 407 Moyer. Gregory F ................. 492 Moylan. John G. ............. 457. 495 Mozley. Scott D ................... 407 Muecke, Wm. D. ............. 191,457 Mueller. Dennis C. ............ 427,492 Mull. John R ..................... 464 Muller, Ernest A. ................. 457 Muller, Walter A. ................. 457 Mullican, Mitchell D ............ 457,492 Mullinix, John E. ............. 407,497 Mullins. James C. III ............... 493 Mullins, Michael E ................. 427 Mums, John 0. III ................. 407 Mullis, Wm. E. ................... 427 Murphey, Eugene EL .............. 407 Murphy, Harry W, ................ 464 Murphy, James J. ................ 407 Murphy. James R. ............ 185,407 Murphy, Mirella M ................. 457 Murphy, Terrell K. ............ 442, 499 Murphy, Timothy A ................ 407 Murphy, Wm. G. ................. 457 Murphy, Wm. R ................... 407 Murray. Daniel L .................. 498 Murray, David B. ................. 427 Murray, Lawrence E ............... 500 Murray, Michael J ............. 442, 499 Murray. Patrick L. ................ 427 Murray. Robert C. Jr ............... 457 Musgrove. Louis A. Jr .............. 427 Myers, Clyde A ................... 428 Myers, Joel N .................... 464 Myers, Karl W ................ 189, 408 Myers, Richard A. ................ 442 Myers. William R .................. 428 Nachtsheim, Lance J. ............. 457 Nagy, Linda L ................ 442, 491 Namaiandeh. Fard A ............... 408 Nansteei, Robert L, ............... 442 Naples, Andrew P ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 408 Nash, Michael R .................. 408 Nation, Harold D .................. 428 Nation, Robert B. III ............... 408 Nations, Harold W ................. 442 NAWR.O.T.C. .................. 173 Neal, Charles E. III ................ 457 Neal. Lloyd A. ................... 428 Nease, Rebecca L ............. 442, 492 Needham, Basil A ................. 442 Neely, Constance L. .............. 457 Neese, Richard E, ................ 428 Neighbors. Ronald W. ............. 428 Neish. Lee S ..................... 408 Nelson. Diane ................... 457 Nelson. Gregory F. ............... 428 Nelson, Joseph W ................. 457 Nelson. Kenneth H ................ 457 Nelson. Laura K. ................. 496 Nelson, Martha J. ................ 501 Nelson, Richard H ................. 442 Nephew, David S. Jr ............... 442 Nepute, John W. ................. 408 Nepute. Wm. R ................... 442 Nesmith, Willie M, ................ 408 Nesvik, Kent E. .................. 428 Neuner, Donald F ................. 408 New, James D. .................. 428 Newberry. Charles R ............... 442 Newell, Stephen R. ............... 442 Newman, James W ................ 493 Newsom. James C. ............... 492 Newton, Billy W, ................. 457 Newton, John W .................. 408 Nichols, Jackie R. ................ 464 Nichols. James II! ............. 185, 408 Nichols, James R. ................ 492 Nichols, John M. ............. 457,493 Nichols, John N. ............. 442,496 Nickels. Richard C Jr .............. 408 Niebruegge, Donald H. ............ 428 Niehoff, James W. ........ 191, 442. 496 Nielsen, Robert L. ................ 428 Nix, Dale W ...................... 464 Nix, Edward J. Jr .................. 442 Nixon. John H .................... 408 Nobles. John E ............... 189, 408 Noegel. Lawrence L. .............. 457 Noggle. Donald B ............ 428,499 Noonan, Brian P .................. 408 Nooromid, Shahab ............... 466 Nordyke. Cutlar J ................. 492 Norman, David E .................. 408 Norman. Joe R ................... 408 Norman. Mark W .................. 442 Norman, William A. ............... 408 Norris, John L Jr. ................ 120 Norris. Mark S .................... 428 Norris, Steven T. ................. 428 Norvelle, Renee .................. 457 Norwood, Edwin P. ............... 442 Notaro, Lucia .................... 493 Noningham, Frank L ............... 496 Nowak, Paul E, .................. 464 NUCLEAR ENGINEERING .......... 173 Nunez, Andres ................... 409 Nurnberger, Barbara K ............. 428 Nyame. John W. ................. 442 Nyy. David W. ................... 409 Oakes, Leslie A ................... 409 Oakes, Lester M .................. 493 Oates. Kenneth A ................. 493 Obra, Thomas A .................. 428 O'Brian. Thomas R ................ 409 O'Brien, Brian A .................. 428 O'Connell, Scott R. ............... 428 O'Connor, Dennis M ............... 428 O'Daniel, Keith A. ............ 442, 498 O'Dell. Daniel S. ................. 457 Odom, Michael E. ................ 409 Ogilvie, Robert J .............. 409, 492 Ogle. James C. .................. 428 Oglesby. Ben H.Jr1 ............... 428 Oguz, Ergun A. .................. 464 O'Hanlon. Chas F. Ill ........... 98, 428 O'Leary, Thomas M. .......... 409, 500 Olgiati, Marco ................... 464 Olive, James T. .................. 457 Olive, Joseph S ................... 457 Oliver, Manuel J. ................. 442 Oliver, Roberto A. ................ 428 Olliffe. Robert J ............... 428, 494 Olmstead, Anthony 0 .............. 457 Olson, John A .................... 457 OMICRON DEL TA KAPPA .......... 186 O'Neal, David B. ................. 442 O'Neal, Ronnie C. ................ 428 O'Neill, Gary S, .................. 428 Ono. Mutsuo .................... 464 ORDER OF OMEGA ............... 1 87 O'Rear, Calvin ................... 442 OHGANIZA TIONS ................. 80 Ormond. Alexander C .............. 464 Orosz, John J. Jr. ................ 428 O'Rourke, Patrick E. .............. 442 Orr, Franklin 5. .................. 457 Orr, Joel L, ..................... 409 Orr, Joseph H .................... 442 Osborn, Amory E. ................ 457 Osborne, James K. ............... 409 Ossman, George III . . 1 .92. 442. 500. 502 Os1een, James F .................. 495 Ostrander, R. J. JrL ............... 442 Ostrander, Sylvia R ............ 457.491 Ostrom. Kenny E. ................ 457 Oswalt, Robert T .................. 428 O'Toole, Kevin M, ................ 499 Ouzts. Henry C ............... 442, 498 Oviatt, Mark D ................ 442. 500 Owen, John ..................... 498 Owens, Barry L ............... 408, 498 Owens. Gregory W ................ 457 Owens, Richard L ............. 100, 442 Owensby, Michael E ............... 442 Oxford. Charlene D ................ 457 Ozburn, Melvin D. ................ 442 Pace, Patricia L ............... 457. 491 Padilla, Wilfredo J ................. 464 Padmanabhan M. ................ 464 Page, Leonard V .................. 495 Pahr, Roben W ................... 409 Palladi, Joseph P. ................ 409 Palker, Jeffrey J. ............. 457. 499 Palmer, Terry R ................... 442 Panich, Sompong ................ 464 Pannill,J.KJI1I ................... 428 Pappas, Anthony L ................ 409 Para, John C. ................... 492 Paradise, Fred T .................. 428 Parandian, Mohsen ............... 428 Pardee, Janine M. ................ 492 Parent, Joseph M ................. 409 Parent, Wm. V. II ................. 494 Parham, Robert F ................. 457 Paris. David C. Jr. ............ 442, 499 Park. Chan 8. ................... 464 Park. Wm. H. Jr ................... 442 Parken, Wm. D. .............. 428, 494 Parker, Jeffrey S .............. 409, 499 Parker, Joan M ................... 442 Parker. Susan D. ............. 457, 491 Parkes, Michael S ................. 457 Parkman, Martin K. ............... 497 Parks. Charles E .............. 191 , 442 Parmentier, Timothy J .......... 191, 457 Parnell, Toni S. .................. 464 Parrish. Danny ................... 442 Parrish. Raymond G. Jr ............. 442 Parrish, Thomas R. ............... 442 Parsons, Joseph W ................ 457 Partin, Ed ....................... 442 Panovi, Fariborz Y. ............... 464 Panovi, Fereydoon ............... 457 Paschal. Mark D .............. 457, 498 Patat, Harry T .................... 442 Pate. James B. .................. 464 Paticchio, Michael K ............... 442 Patterson, Curless A ............... 465 Patterson, F. L. Ill ................. 457 Patterson, Hayes H. Jr. ............ 428 Patterson. James E. Jr. ............ 499 Panerson, Michael J ............... 457 Paxterson, William R. .............. 442 Pattillo. Betty J. .................. 428 Pattillo, Jerry L. .................. 409 Pattillo. Nancy G .................. 442 Panillo, Robert A .................. 409 Patton, Gregory A ..... 185, 189, 409, 493 Patton, Miriam A .................. 491 Patton, Tia ...................... 442 Patton, Wm, T .................... 442 Paul. Teresa G. .............. 120,457 Paulk, Allan B .................... 442 Paulk, Charles M. Jr. .............. 428 Paulk, Howard L .................. 428 Paxson. Donald F ................. 442 Paxson, Wesley C. Jr. ............. 498 Paxton, Mark J ................... 457 Payattakool, Precha .............. 409 Payne, Kent E .................... 442 Payne, Sue E. ................... 428 Pearce, AIbert E. Jr ............ 428, 494 Pearce, Franklin D. ............... 457 Pearce, Marion G. Ill .............. 428 Peck, Elizabeth A. ................ 497 Pedrick, Michael H. ............... 457 Peele. Robbie C. ................. 428 Feet, Stephen L. ................. 457 Pelham, Norman E, ............... 442 Pelham, Wm. H ................... 457 Pellegrino, Daniel J ................ 493 Pender, Robert G. Jr ........... 428,499 Pendergrass. R. R ............. 442. 499 Pendleton, Anita L. ........... 457, 491 Peng, Peter H .................... 465 Pennell. Thomas H ................ 457 Penrod, Louis E. ............. 428, 499 Pentz, Lawrence C ................ 457 Peralta, Sebastian A ............... 428 Percich, Mark E ............ 96. 183, 428 Perez, Guillermo E. ............... 428 Perez, Valledor N. ................ 442 Perkins, Arthur D. ................ 494 Perkins, Kathleen J ................ 465 Perona, Fernando L. .............. 465 Perry, Donna L. .......... 457, 492, 501 Perry, Joseph H. ................. 457 Perry, Lawrence M ................ 409 Perry, Raleigh B. Jr ................ 457 Persinger, Laurence T. ............ 409 Peters, Michael A ................. 457 Peterson, Bruce E ................. 496 Peterson. Dennis M. .............. 493 Petrek, James S. ................. 410 Penn, Neal E ..................... 493 Petty, David W. .................. 428 Peny. Rebecca L. ............. 98. 428 Peurifoy, George E ................ 442 Pfretzschner, Carol A. ..... 134, 135, 492 Pharr. Mitchel H1 ................. 496 Phelps, Richard D ................. 458 Phelts, William B .................. 498 PHI DEL TA THETA ............... 310 PHI GAMMA DEL TA .............. 31 4 PHI KAPPA SIGMA ............... 318 PHI KAPPA TAU ................. 320 PHI KAPPA PHI .................. 184 PHI KAPPA THETA ............... 324 PHI SIGMA KAPPA ............... 328 Phillips, Blane R. ................. 442 Phillips, David A ............. 442,496 Phillips, Danny T .................. 442 Phillips, Dennis H. ................ 458 Phillips. Edward K ............. 189. 410 Phillips. John S ................... 428 Phillips, Kerry N. ................. 458 Phillips, Mark E ................... 428 Phillips, Robert 81 ................ 410 Phillips. W. N Jr .................. 458 PHOTO CLUB ................... 102 Phuoc, Tran X. .................. 465 PHYSICAL EDUCA TION ........... 173 PHYSICS ....................... 174 PI KAPPA ALPHA ................ 332 PI KAPPA PHI ................... 334 Pieper, David J ................... 428 Pierson, David R .............. 442, 495 Piene. James M. Jr ................ 458 Pihos, Ann M. ................... 410 Pilcher, Martha G1 ................ 442 Pilgreen. Martha A. ............... 442 Pilkenton, Jack W. Jr. ............. 458 Pilkington, G. J. Jr. ............... 428 Pinckney, David M. ............... 458 Pincus, Robeno BI ................ 410 Final, Pedro ..................... 428 GEORGIA TEGH FOOTBALL I974 SCHEDULE Sept I4 Sou+h Carolina a+ A+Ian+a. Ga. Sept 2l PiHsburgh a+ A+Ian+a. Ga. Sept 28 Clemson a+ Clemsonl $.C. Oct 5 Virginia a+ A+lan+a. Ga. Oct l2 Nor+l1 Carolina a+ A+Ian+a. Ga. H.CJ Oct l9 Auburn a+ Auburnl Ala. Oct 26 Tulane a+ A+lan+a. Ga. Nov. 2 Duke a+ Durham. N.C.w m .. Nov. 9 No+re Dame a+ A+Ianf'5f 'r I Nov. I6 Navy a+ AHan'l'a. Galbtf, ' :. . .- Nov. 30 Georgia af Afhens. G : l . " ' l Seven Home Games . . '.- ' GEORGIA TECH 484 Pinsker. Paul M ................... 410 Fire. Jesus 01 ................... 458 Pitner, Bonnie L. ................. 458 Pittman. Willie R. ................. 442 Pitts. James D. Jr. ................ 458 Plait. Sidney R. .................. 442 Plaxico. Bonnie F. ............ 442. 492 Plotkin. Shimshon ................ 465 Plymale. James R ................. 410 Poe. Daniel W ................ 442. 496 Poire. Norman P .................. 428 Poliner.Randa1lE ............. 458.495 Polinkas. Keith W. ................ 442 Polston, Michael J ............. 458.498 Pomeroy. Paul G. ................ 410 Pool. James L .................... 410 Pool. Jimmy N, .................. 410 Poole. Philip L. .................. 442 Poonawala. Nadir A, .............. 465 Pope. George R. ............. 458. 494 Pope. Rodney L. ............. 442. 499 Pope. Tracy D .................... 458 Popielarczyk. John E ....... 193. 41 O. 495 Pornverojn. Luckhana ............. 442 Poner. Peggy A. ............. 442, 501 Porter, Richard D. ............ 428. 495 Porter. Richard L. ................ 494 Porter. Robert B .................. 442 Ponmann. Helmut H ............... 442 Post. Steven E. .................. 410 Poteat. John M ................... 498 Potter. John C ............ 185, 189, 410 Potter. Kenneth H. Jr. ............. 497 Potter. Victoria A .................. 458 Powell. E. H. .................... 410 Powell, Phillip W .................. 428 Powell. Richard A ............. 189. 428 Power. Sandra R .................. 458 Powers. Wilber F. Jr. .............. 458 Powledge, M. M. Ill ............... 458 Prager. Robert D .................. 410 Premo. Stephen S ................. 410 Prater. Cordell E .............. 442.498 Pran. Robert Hudson .............. 458 Prescott. Glenn E ................. 41 o PRESIDENT PETTIT ............... 1 54 Preston. Joseph C. ............... 442 Price. Burt L ..................... 442 Price. James M ................... 465 Price. James P ................... 458 Price, Jane C. ................... 465 Price. Joseph S. ................. 443 Priester. David C .................. 443 Priester. Donnan E. ............... 189 Prigmore. Leslie E ................. 465 Privette. Andrew W ................ 443 Proctor. Gary D. ................. 428 Proctor, Marcus M. ............... 410 Prokupek. James T ............ 191.458 Prolsdorfer. James W .............. 458 Propst. Deborah A. ............... 491 Prouty. Daniel M .................. 494 Provost. Robt. G. Jr. .............. 443 Prudhomme. James G. ............ 498 Pruett. Michael B. ................ 443 Psaila. Michael F .................. 428 PSI UPSIL ON .................... 338 PSYCHOLOGY .................. 1 74 Pucciano. Frank J ............. 428.491 Pucciano. Frederick T .............. 410 Puche. Oswaldo D. ............... 465 Puckett, Kimlly F .............. 410.492 Pugh. David W. .................. 443 Pujol, John J. ................... 443 Purcell. John A ............... 410. 497 Purcell. Roger C .................. 429 Purdy. Gregory V. ................ 443 Purker. George S. ............ 411.499 Purser. Kent L. .................. 458 Purvis. Bruce L ................... 458 Purvis. Thomas T. ................ 500 Putney. Blake F. Jr ................ 496 Pyles. Sydney B. ................. 499 Quarles. Denis K .................. 458 Quay. William D. ................. 411 Quillian. Edwin W, ............ 191 . 458 Quina. James K. Jr ................ 495 Quinn, Jane A. .................. 458 Ouinones. Alejandro .............. 41 1 Rabun. Charles L. ................ 499 Radatz. James R .................. 458 Radcliffe. Darrel L ................. 429 Radcliffe. Steven N ................ 411 Rader. Susan G. ................. 458 Radler. George A. ................ 411 Radke, Wm, H .................... 443 Radney. Liston E. ................ 411 Raffauf.Mar1in A .................. 411 Regan. Steven A .................. 443 Rahimzadehabdi. K. .............. 465 Rainey. Patricia L. ............ 120. 458 Rainey. Young ................... 411 Rainwater. Ralph T ................ 411 Raj. Pradeep .................... 465 Rakel. Alan B. ................... 429 Rakes. Richard B. ........ 191.458. 494 Ramachandran. V ................. 465 Ramage. James E. Jr. ......... 191.458 HAMBLER ...................... 101 RAMBLIN RECK CLUB ............ 114 Rambo. Donna R .......... 120. 458. 492 Ramos. Teddy ................... 458 Ramsey. David R. ................ 466 Randolph. James T ............ 191. 458 Randolph. Wm. S. ................ 458 RANGERS ...................... 1 16 Rankin. John R. IV ............ 443.498 Rankin. Van H .................... 465 Ranwez. Corinne F ................ 492 Rasche. Kenneth M. .............. 458 Rasmussen. Edward T ...... 191. 443. 495 Ratajczak. Thomas 81 ............. 191 Ratay. Donald E. ................. 458 Rauth. Therese L. ................ 458 Ray. Ellen M. .................... 501 Ray. Sianford E ................... 443 Raynor. Wm. M ................... 495 Read. Harold A. III ................ 443 Reagan. Bernard JrL .............. 429 Reagin. Harvey F. ................ 411 Reale. Paul J. ................... 429 Reames, Benjamin lII .............. 411 Reames. Ronald M. ........... 443. 492 Reaves. John E ................... 458 Reaves. John M. ................. 411 Recicar. Warren L ............. 443. 493 Redding. Charles R ................ 497 Reed. Danny T ................... 125 Reed. Gary T. ............... 443. 500 Reese. Roben G .................. 429 Reeve. Joseph P ............... 95. 502 Reeves. James R. ................ 411 Reeves. Leslie R .................. 458 Register. Jeffrey L ................. 492 Register. Wm. D. ................. 411 REGISTRAR .................... 157 Reich. James R. Jr. ............... 494 Reid. G. G. Jr. ............... 429.495 Reid. Garry W ................ 411.495 Reid. Harvey J. Jr. ............ 429. 495 Reimer. Thomas R. ............... 443 Reinhardt. Robin L. ............... 458 Reisen. Roger H. ...... 93. 429.499, 503 Reitz. Wayne E. .................. 443 Rekuc. Walter S. ................. 458 Remenick. Thomas ............... 458 Renfroe, Rand ............... 193. 429 Rennolds. Cynthia L ............... 458 RESEARCH ..................... 176 Respess. Thomas S. .......... 182, 411 Revis. Jimmy L ................... 411 Reyes. Juan ..................... 495 Reynolds. Walter F. ............ 95. 502 Rezendes. David A ................ 429 Rhett. John T. III ................. 499 Rhodes. Cary W. ................. 443 Rhodes. Craig A .............. 443.495 Rhodes. Donald E ................. 429 Rhodes. Neal A ............... 191.458 Rhodes. Richard H ....... 185, 193.411 Rhodes. Wm. T ................... 443 Rhyne. Henry G. ................. 458 Rice, Devereux. D ................. 41 1 Rice. Donald L. .................. 465 Rice. Judith P. ........... 118,443,491 Rice. Richard C. ................. 411 Rice. Richard P ................... 466 Rich. Jack B ..................... 411 Rich. Lewis L. ............... 411, 495 Rich. Stuart A .................... 458 Richmond. Brett L ................. 465 Richter. Eric J .................... 458 Richter. Franklyn L ................ 443 Ricketts. Sally L. ................. 458 Ridgeway. Harry M ................ 429 Ridlen. Larry E. .................. 443 Ring. Dennis A. .................. 465 Ris. James L ................. 465. 495 Risseeuw, Dean P ................. 465 Ritchie. Francis X ................. 443 Ritchie. Wm. J. .................. 429 Ritter. Constance E ............ 458,492 Rives. Frank B ................ 429,499 Riviere. John K ................... 458 Roach. Robert L .............. 189. 465 Robb. David M. .................. 443 Robbins, Matthew R ............... 494 Robens. C. L. Jr. ................. 443 Roberts. Douglas R ............ 458. 499 Roberts. Garrett L ............. 412. 499 Rober15. GerryA .............. 458.491 Robens. John J. Jr. ............... 443 Roberts. Johnny 0. ............... 412 Roberts. Kenneth A. .............. 458 Robens. Roberta M ................ 443 Roberts. Steven A ............. 458. 497 Roberts. Thomas J ............... 458 Robertson. Joseph ............... 458 Robenson. Thomas H .............. 458 Robertson. Wm. D. III .......... 458.499 Robinson. Constance Y. ........... 465 Robinson. Dallas C ............ 412. 495 Robinson. John W. ............... 443 Robinson. Michael G. ............. 496 Robinson. Ronald A. .............. 429 Robinson. Samuel W ........... 120.458 Robison. Anne L .................. 443 Rochefon, Thomas J. ............. 412 Rocker. Barney L. ............ 444. 493 Rodgers, Michael O. .......... 444. 491 "PEPPER" RODGERS ............. 226 Rodriguez. Manuel H1 ............. 500 Rodriguez. Mario R ................ 444 Rodriguez. Oscar E ................ 412 Roecker, Steven W ................ 429 Rogers. Donald L. ................ 429 Rogers. Douglas K. ............... 444 Rogers. James B. III ............... 492 Rogers. James M. ................ 429 Rogers. Jeffrey S. . . 1 1 : ........... 458 Rogers. Richard E ............. 444.495 Rogers, Stephen R. ............... 493 Rogers. Teri M. ............... 94. 120 Rogge. John F. Jr ............. 412. 497 Roglin. Robert L. ................. 444 Rollins. Wm. L. Jr. ................ 429 Romire, Ranene M1 ............... 444 Rondeau. David A ................. 497 Rooke. Robert J, ............. 189. 412 Rooney. A, J. Ill .................. 500 R005. Stephen A. Jr. .......... 444.499 Rosack. Edward P. ............... 497 Rose. Luther B. Ill ................ 458 Rose. Russell B ............... 191.444 Rosenbach. Bernard .............. 429 Rosenberg. Barry J ................ 458 Rosenberger. George W ........ 125. 444 RosenthaT. Lawrence J ............. 444 Rosser. Rufus E. ................. 458 Rossier. Robert B ................. 444 Roth. Michael C. ................. 458 Roulo. David L. .............. 412. 493 Roush. Kud A .................... 412 Rou11. Jackson R. ................ 493 Rowan. Alan R. .............. 193. 429 Rowan. DuncanA ............. 185. 412 Rowan. Paul J. Jr. ................ 444 Rowe. Charles R .................. 466 Rowe. Dozier A ................... 429 Rowe. Robert B. ................. 497 Rowe. Robert G. ................. 412 Rowe. Robin L. .................. 444 Rowell. Larry L ................... 429 Rowland. John M. ................ 497 Rowland, 80011 C. ................ 412 Rudolph. John G. ................ 492 Ruh. Albert J. Jr. ................. 458 Ruiz. Mariano E. ................. 412 Rumph. Holland P ................. 458 Rund. William R. ............. 412. 493 Rush. Eugene E. ................. 466 Rush, Thomas E .................. 458 Rushing. William C. ............... 429 Russell. Alvin M. ................. 492 Russell. Ruel III .................. 458 Rutherford. Scott A. . .107. 183. 187. 429. 499. 501 Rutledge. Jonathan S. ......... 412. 493 Rutledge, Robert E ................ 458 Rybka. Gary A. .................. 412 Ryckeley, Wiley J. ................ 412 Ryer, Jack R ..................... 494 Ryle. Lawrence C. Jr. ............. 444 Ryle. Wendell W. ................. 458 Ryszytiwskyj. Wm. P ........... 189.412 Saad. Adnan A. .................. 465 Saba. Joseph F ................... 412 Sachleben. Richard A .............. 458 Sackellares. Robert ............... 412 Safavi. Shahrnaz ................. 465 Saggese. Philip M ................. 412 Saggus. Lawrence D. Jr. ........... 444 Sak. Theodore E .............. 412. 497 Sakalaucks. H. F. Jr. .............. 444 Saka1e,8haron L ...... 140. 444.499. 501 Salazar. Carlos A. ................ 429 Salazar. Ricardo F. ............... 466 Sale, David E. ................... 429 Sale. Lawrence A ................ 458 Salzer. Rocker F. Jr ............ 429. 494 Samford. Charles M. .............. 458 Sampson. Nancy A ................ 429 Samra. Sylvia M. ................. 444 Sander. James W ................. 429 Sanders. Earl C ............... 444. 497 Sanders, Hugh A. ................ 465 Sanders. Laurence E. . .189. 193. 412. 492 Sanders.Rober1E.Jr. . .97. 185. 189. 412. 492 Sanders. Thomas B. .............. 412 Sanders. Walter DJ Jr. ............. 412 Sanders. Wm. J. ................. 444 Sandifer. Mark M. ................ 458 Sandler. Steven M ...... 1 ........... 465 Sandlin. Joseph C. Jr. ......... 458. 492 Sands. Robert O .................. 429 Sanford. Brian M .................. 492 Sankar. N. L ..................... 465 Santangelo. Vincent A. ............ 412 Santanderpalmero. J. A. ........... 465 Santaromita. Gregory ............. 444 Sapp. James C ................... 444 Sapp. James L. .................. 412 Saputa. Edward .................. 444 Saputa. Richard P ............. 444. 497 Sargent. John A. ................. 429 Sarlin. Rebecca L ................. 465 Sarris. George A .................. 497 Sate. Jitendra M. ................. 465 Satterfield. Gene E. ............... 497 Saunders. James D. Jr. ............ 496 Sauser. Wrn. l. Jr. ................ 465 Sauter, George J. Ill ............... 444 Savacool. Jeffrey S ................ 458 Sawyer. Eric A. .................. 458 Sawyer, John E ................... 412 Sawyer. Louis S. III ............ 429. 493 Sawyer. Timothy G ................ 444 Saylor. Mark S. .................. 500 SCABBARD AND BLADE ........... 1 86 Schaefer. J. N. Ill ................. 458 Scham. Seward E ................. 500 Scheib. Debora L. ............ 459. 491 Schell. Charles A. ................ 459 Schlup. Mark E ................... 459 Schmalz. Wm. J. ................. 495 Schmidt. David C. ............ 429. 495 Schmidt. Eugene F ................ 491 Schmidt, John T .................. 459 Schmidt, Paul L. ................. 499 Schmidt. Randall S ................ 499 Schneider. Mark A. ............... 496 Schnettler. William J ........... 444, 497 Schnittker. Michael F. ............. 444 Schoch, Craig H .................. 444 Schoeberlein. D. E. ............... 429 Schoeck. Stephen R ............... 412 Schoonover. Kevin G. ............. 413 Schrage, Daniel P ................. 465 Schrock. John E .................. 444 Schroeder, Arthur J. .............. 413 Schroeder. Brian L ................ 429 Schuster. Robert N ................ 413 Schwahn. Frank S. ............... 498 Schwartz. Ben S .................. 444 Schwartz. S1even P ................ 491 Schwarz. Emile J. ................ 459 SCOREBOARD .................. 256 Scott. Harold A ................... 429 Scott. Isaac J . ................... 499 Scott. Mary E. ............... 185, 413 Scott. Michael J. ............. 191.459 Sculley. Thomas K. ............... 496 Scully. DennisW .................. 413 Sears, James T ................... 413 Seay, Roderick W ................. 459 Sebak. Charles W ................. 413 Seckinger. David W. .............. 497 Secrest. John M. ................. 413 Seeba, James L. ................. 413 Segraves. James G ................ 496 Seiber. Truman D. Jr ........... 444. 495 Seiden. Ellice F ............... 444. 497 Seip. John T ..................... 444 Selby. John B .................... 413 Self. Stephen Lafar ............... 498 Sellers. John H. Jr ................. 499 Salton. Daniel E. ................. 491 Seminario. Carlos E. .............. 465 Sang. Raymond H. II .............. 125 SENIOR CLASS .................. 384 Sensing. Thurman A. . .187. 189,413,494 Senules, Edward A. ........... 444. 494 Serfass. Richard E. ............... 499 Serrero.AIber1 J .................. 413 Serrian. Phillip 0 .............. 459. 499 Sessoms. Jerry M ................. 430 Setzer. William N .................. 465 Sewell. Richard P. ................ 491 Sewell. Wm. L ................ 459. 492 THE VARSITY "World": Largext and M01! Unusual Drive-In" 'Tbe Fun Place To Eaf Our Small Variety Assure: Freshness . . . CURB SERVICE . . . ATLANTA VARSITY JR. - Cheshire Bridge and Lindbergh ATHENS SPECIALTY ' DISTRIBUTING CO. INC. MANUEL S TAVERN 763 Juniper Sf. N.E. 873-252I NORTH AVE AT NORTH 3687 NE. 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Christine A ............. 459, 492 Shaw, David J ................ 444, 496 Shaw, Ralph L. .................. 444 Sheffield. James L. ............... 444 Shelander. Dianna L ............... 444 Shelander, William E ............... 430 Shelley, Stephen 0 ............ 459, 497 Shelton, Steven M ................. 430 Shanon, Thomas A ................ 459 Shenoy, Koodige F1 ................ 465 Shepard, Hal M ................... 459 Shephard, Elizabeth F .......... 222, 492 Shepherd, Robert W ............... 430 Shepherd, Samuel J. .............. 459 Sheppard, Carol M ................ 459 Sherwood, Guerry C ........... 413, 498 Sherwood, Robert P. .............. 413 Shimomura, Grant M. ............. 496 Shingledecker. K. L ............ 185, 413 Shipano, David C. . . . 1 ............ 430 Shires, Edward A. ................ 465 Shivananda, Tumkur P. ............ 465 Shiver, John F1. .................. 430 Shoemaker, Mark H. .......... 444, 499 Shofman, David E ................. 444 Shonka, Joseph J ................. 465 Shropshire, Mark ................. 430 Shuler, Franklin G. Jr. ............. 459 Shu11,Laird W. Jr. ................ 413 Shuman,Rober1 G. ............... 413 Shumate. Rufus H. Jr. ............. 465 Shurbun, James S ............. 193, 430 Shutt, Joe D. ................ 191 , 459 Sickinger, L. C. Jr ................. 445 Sicola, John W ................... 465 Sieg, Richard G. ................. 459 Siemens. John F, III ....... 189, 430, 494 SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON ........... 340 SIGMA CHI ..................... 342 SIGMA NU ...................... 346 SIGMA PHI EPSILON .............. 348 Sikes. Maurice K .................. 499 Sikuro, Susan L. ................. 493 Silva, Fernando B ............. 189, 430 Simmons, Carlton J. Jr. ............ 430 Simmons, Kathleen M .......... 459,501 Simmons, Walter G ................ 413 Simon,A1an F ................ 459. 495 Simons. Einar ................... 445 Sims, Bradley R. ............. 430, 499 Sims, Connie E ............... 120, 459 Sims, Lu A. ................. 445. 501 Sims. Rodney K. ................. 466 Sing, Edward F ................... 465 Singleton, John T. ................ 445 Sinsheimer, Roben M .......... 430, 500 Siriboon, Somboon ............... 445 Sites, Clinton 0 ............... 459, 500 Sitkoff, Roben S. ......... 413. 491. 501 Sitton. Lawrence E. ........... 191 . 459 Siverio, Manuel F. ............ 120. 445 Skalko, John J. .................. 413 Skalko, Stephen V ................. 413 Skandalakis. Maria J ............... 492 Skinner,Anhur C III .............. 414 Skinner, Roben E. Jr ............... 430 Skinner, Stephen A ............ 193, 414 Skinner, Terry L. ................. 492 Skolkin, Cindy K .................. 430 Slappey, Thomas L ................ 499 Sledge, Robert B. Jr, .............. 465 Slemons. Philip E. ................ 445 Slider, San1ord W. ................ 445 Sioan, Robert L. Jr. ............... 465 Slochowski. Nathan G. ............ 430 Slocumb, Burke L. Ill .............. 495 Slocumb, Richard H. .............. 445 Sloss, Lynes R. .................. 498 Smart. Arthur M. Jr ................ 125 Smilay, David H. ................. 430 Smith, Arthur K ................... 466 Smith. Arthur R ................... 430 Smith, B. ....................... 445 Smith, Barry C .............. 192, 445 Smith, Charles L .................. 459 Smith, Christopher D. ............. 445 Smith, Darrell D. ................. 445 Smith, David L. .................. 459 Smith, David L. Jr ................. 414 Smith, DonnaJ ................... 414 Smith, Douglas M ................. 496 Smith, Ernest C ................... 459 Smith, George L. Jr ................ 498 Smith, George M .............. 445, 498 Smith, H. ...................... 445 Smith, Harold J ............... 445, 500 Smith. Hudson F .............. 445. 500 Smith. Ian G. .................... 459 Smith. James .................... 430 Smith, James K ................... 430 Smith, James M. ................. 499 Smith, James M. Jr ................ 414 Smith, Jayne B ................... 466 Smith, Jeffrey A. ............. 445, 500 Smith, Jeffrey L ................... 459 Smith, Jeffrey P ............... 414, 500 Smith, John H .................... 492 Smith, Karen J. .................. 445 Smith, Kent ..................... 459 Smith, Larry G. .................. 445 Smi1h. Laurence K. ........... 414, 492 Smith, Levie 0. III ................. 430 Smith, Lindsey K .................. 120 Smith, Malcolm R. ................ 497 Smi1h, Mark H .................... 459 Smith, Martin P ................... 500 Smith, Martin K ................... 445 Smith, Michael E .................. 414 Smith, Paul F. Jr .................. 497 Smith, PhilipJ ................ 115. 430 Smith, Philip R. .................. 445 Smith, Randall W. ................ 459 Smith, Rhonda F .................. 459 Smith, Richard L .................. 459 Smith, Robert B. ................. 430 Smith. Robert D. ................. 459 Smith, Roben S ................... 414 Smith, Robin G ................... 445 Smith. Russell T. ............. 114, 414 Smith, Sandra F. ............. 445, 501 Smith, Stephen H. ................ 445 Smith, Stephen R. ................ 414 Smith. Stephen T. ............ 445, 498 Smith, Steven W .................. 430 Smith, Susan A ............... 459, 494 Smith, Ted D ..................... 120 Smith, Timothy P. ................ 414 Smith, Todd A ................ 445, 493 Smith, Vincent K .................. 465 Smith. Warren S. ................. 430 Smith, Wilburn N .............. 414. 497 Smith, William ................... 445 Smith, William A. ................. 445 Smith, Wm. B. ................... 445 Smith, Wm. T. Jr .................. 445 Smythe. John W .................. 459 Snader, John A ................... 445 Snead, Judson A. Jr ............... 445 Snoddy, Steven J. ............ 120, 459 Snow, Ara K ..................... 414 Snyder, Douglas W ................ 495 Snyder. George W. ............... 414 Snyder, James V. III ............... 459 Snyder. Paul S. .................. 445 SOCCER ....................... 248 SOCIAL SCIENCES ............... 175 Sofinowski, Edwin J. .............. 445 Sohrabi, Mehdi .................. 465 Solis, Jorge J, ................... 414 Solomon, Bobby G ................ 445 Solomon, Wm. L. III ........... 120,459 Sonnenberg, Steven A. . . . .I ........ 430 Sopher. Edward O. ............... 445 SOPHOMORE CLASS ............. 432 Sorensen, Brad D ................. 497 Soriano, Alex M. ................. 430 Sorrells. Darrell C. ............ 414,493 Sosebee, Nancy Y. ............... 430 Sosebee. John A. ................ 445 Southall. Bruce C ................. 414 Southworth, Teresa J. ............. 430 Spain, Robert S ................... 465 Spamer, Wrn. S ................... 445 Spanjers. Craig M ................. 415 Speaks, Theresa C. ........... 185,415 Spear. Andrew C. ................ 415 Spears, Leonard R. ............... 459 SPECIAL STUDENTS .............. 466 Speck, Don H .................... 430 Specter, Michael E. ....... 189, 193,415 Spencer, Bradford W. ............. 496 Spencer. Charles W. .............. 465 Spengler, Bruce G, ............... 445 Spitzmiller, Gene W. .............. 415 Spivey, Gaines F .................. 445 Spivey, James M .................. 430 Spivey, John W. Jr. ............... 460 Sport, Barbara A .................. 430 SPORTS ....................... 194 Sports. Cassandra ................ 492 Spraggins, Richard R. ............. 445 Spran, Nelson T. III ............... 445 Spran, Henry G, Jr. ............... 493 Spreen, Glenn R .............. 191,460 Spreen, Mark A ................... 460 Springer, Pau L, III ................ 120 Springmann. Scott P ............... 415 Sprowls. Bradley A ................ 460 Spurlin, Anhur R .................. 460 Spyros, Dermatas ............... , 445 Steak, Joseph C .................. 415 Stafford, William H. ............... 415 Staiger, Michael A., ............... 445 Stallard, Rebecca A. .............. 460 Stallings, David C. ................ 445 Slammer, Roben E. Jr .............. 465 Stamps, Charles W. Jr. ............ 415 Stamps, Michael R. ........... 445, 495 Stancil, Theron H. Jr ............... 460 Stang, Ronald V. ................. 497 Stanyer, Mike W. ................. 445 Stapleton, G. T. II ................. 499 Stapp, Reuben W. ................ 445 Steadley, Joel F. ................. 430 Steder, Marsha S. ................ 492 Steed, Joseph F. ................. 415 Steen, Carole .................... 445 Steffenhagen, Wm. M .............. 466 Stein, Stetan V, .................. 460 Steinheimer, John F, .............. 499 SteinJann, Robert P ................ 445 Steinkraus, Robert F ............... 500 Stelson, Arthur W. ................ 445 Stelzer, Winfred C ............. 445, 494 Stephens, David E. ............... 430 Stephens, David M. ............... 460 Stephens, Donald R. .............. 460 Stephens, Julie A. ................ 430 Stephens, K. R. .................. 445 Stephens, Robert L ................ 465 Stephens. Ronel ................. 415 Stephenson, Daniel K .............. 460 Stepongzl, Mark J ................. 445 Stepongzi. Pearl 8. ............... 460 Sterling, Alan T4 ll ................. 460 Stenner. Jerald W ................. 415 Steuart, Martha W ................. 460 Stevens, Roben P ................. 465 Stevens, Thomas P ................ 460 Stewar1,Allen K. ............. 460, 499 Stewart. David W, ................ 415 Stewart, Jack D ................... 460 Stewart, James J. ................ 460 Stewart, John G. ............. 185,415 Stewart, John R. ............. 189,415 Stewart, John S ............... 415, 498 Stewart, Nancy J. ................ 460 Stewart. Paul S ................... 415 Stewart, Ralph D .................. 415 Stewart, Randy H. ................ 415 Stewart, Stanley L ................. 430 Stewart, Susan F. ................ 460 Stewart. Tony W. ......... 189, 415, 499 Stewart, Wm. H. Jr. ............... 445 Stiles, John H .................... 460 Still, William D .................... 445 Stillwagon, Gary B. ............... 415 Stine. RobertA ............... 191.460 Stine, Wm. W. ................... 499 Stipick, Michael A ................. 415 St. John, Jack A. Jr ................ 445 Stobaugh, Billy H ...... 185, 189, 192. 415 Stockdale, Terry A. ........... 193, 430 Stockton, John A. ................ 415 Stokely, Jere B. .............. 430, 492 Stoklosa, David F . ................ 493 Stone, Charles M. Jr ............... 120 Stone, Dwane R. ................. 497 Stone, Horace J, Jr ................ 499 Stone, Robert L. Jr. ........... 445, 493 Stone, Samuel P. I! ............ 445, 498 Stone, William J. ................. 415 Storey, Kenneth L ................. 415 Storms, Michael A ................. 460 Story, Clyde L .................... 493 Stou1.Fr6d W. lll ......... 185, 189. 415 Stout, Joann .................... 460 Stovall, John A ................... 445 Strange, John E. ................. 496 Stratigos, James A. Jr .............. 415 Stratton, John M .............. 191, 460 Strauss, Bernard H ................ 491 Strausser, Edward A ............... 415 Street. David H ................... 430 Street, George W. ............ 416, 498 Street, Thomas G. ................ 465 Strickland, L. P ................... 445 Strickland, Scott I. ............ 430, 492 Strickland, Wrn. N ................. 430 Strock, David C ................... 416 Strode, David H. ................. 416 Strozier, Bobby W ................. 430 Stryker, Samuel .................. 416 Stucki, Arthur C. ................. 416 STUDENT CENTER ............... 108 STUDENT GOVERNMENT .......... 1 06 STUDENT LIFE ................... 14 Studstill, David E. Jr. .............. 446 Studwell. Michael L ................ 497 Stuenkel, Walter E ............. 446, 498 Stuut, Stephen U. ................ 460 Su. Shing F ...................... 465 Suever. Richard M. ............... 446 Sullivan, Madin D, ............ 416, 497 Sullivan, William J ................. 430 Sullivan, Wm. H ................... 499 Summerville, George B ............. 446 Surmiak, Hilory J .................. 430 Sumner, Jonathan B ............... 446 Suttles. Valeria J .................. 446 Swanger. Michael H. .............. 465 Swann, AIbertJ. III ................ 498 Swann, Floyd B. ................. 498 Swany, Greggory R. .............. 460 Sweat, Donald A .............. 185, 416 Sweet, Patricia A. ................ 460 Swilley. Wallace D ................. 416 SWIMMING Swisshelm, Jerry D ................ 460 Szlam, Aleksander ................ 416 T CL U8 ........................ 121 Tabatabaian, M, N. ............... 430 Tabb. Michael W .................. 500 Taber. LarryA ........ 185,189,416.491 TABLE OF CONTENTS .............. 2 Tadelman, Lee S .................. 460 Taff, Ronny L. ................... 446 Taft, Cyrus W. ................... 416 Tahbaz, Mohammad H ............. 430 Tahler, James W .............. 446, 500 Tanguy, John S. ................. 416 Tanner, Rodney T ................. 466 Tapper, Roben C. ................ 446 Tartar, Peter L. ........ . .......... 446 Tate. Randall G ................... 499 TAU KAPPA EPSILON ............. 352 Taylor, Carl N. Jr .................. 460 Taylor, Darrell T. ................. 496 Taylor, George B. Jr. .......... 193, 430 Taylor. Harold B. ................. 499 Taylor, Hubbard H. ........... 189,430 Taylor, Larry C. .................. 430 Taylor, Matt A .................... 460 Taylor, Paul B ................ 430, 495 Taylor. Raymond W. .............. 430 Taylor. Richard L. ................ 416 Taylor, Robin D ................... 446 Taylor, Rumsey B ................. 446 Taylor, Wayne C. . .6 ........... 185, 416 Taylor, Wm. N. Jr. ................ 446 TECHNIQUE ..................... 96 Teeter, Steven L .................. 496 Templeton. Billy J ................. 416 Templeton, Robert W. ............. 460 Tenanty, Robert M. ............... 493 Tench, Marcus D. ................ 430 Tench, Stephen L ............. 185, 416 TENNIS ........................ 252 Terhorst, Thomas J ................ 416 TEXTILE ENGINEERING ........... 175 Thach, Gary S .................... 499 Thach, Tom B .................... 416 Thackston, Michael G .............. 416 Thames. Wm, C. Jr ................ 416 Tharp, Roben E. ................. 125 Theobald, Edward G ............... 430 THETA CHI ..................... 356 THETA XI ....................... 360 Thiem, Norman L. ................ 416 Thies. Mark C ................ 191, 446 Thigpen, Carolyn F ................ 416 Thigpen. Francis Y ................ 494 Thim, Roben H ................... 446 Thomas, Billy D ................... 500 Thomas, Cherri J. ................ 460 Thomas, David A. ............ 416, 499 Thomas, Howard L Jr .............. 416 Thomas, Joseph W ................ 416 Thomas, Lanny S. ................ 114 Thomas, Michael B ................ 446 Thomas. Paul E. ................. 460 Thomas, Paul N. III ............ 460, 495 Thomas. Samuel W ................ 446 Thomason, Barry P ................ 460 Thomason, Charles Y .............. 416 Thomason,Jane1E ........ 138,460,501 Thomiszer, Frank J ................ 493 Thompson, Bryan T. .............. 446 Thompson, Charles D .............. 446 Thompson, Clinton E. ............. 125 Thompson, F rank A. .............. 416 Thompson, Fred F. ............... 430 Thompson, Harris R Jr ......... 430, 492 Thompson, James E Jr. ........... 460 Thompson. 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Lawrence A ........... 416. 493 Tierney, James M ................. 430 Tig nor, Charles W. Jr. ............. 460 Tilden. Mark A. .................. 446 Tilidetzke. Steven J ................ 417 Till. Charles L. Jr ............... 99.446 Tiller, Jeffrey S. .......... 185,417,499 Tiller. Wm. T ..................... 446 Tillery, Larry A. .................. 446 Tilley. Cheryl L. .......... 120,446,501 Tillison. Howard M. ............... 417 Tilly, Bruce K. ................... 466 Timko, Richard C. ............ 191. 460 Timmerman, Glenn D. ............. 430 Timmons, King C. ................ 417 Tingle. Walter J ................... 446 Todd. PSYCY E. Jr. ................ 460 Tokuz. Riza Y. ................... 465 Toiben. Michael F ................. 460 Tomcak. Janyce L. ............ 99, 417 Tomko, Carl A. Jr. ................ 446 Tompros. Michael E. .............. 430 Tonyan, Timothy D ................ 495 Toomsawasdl, S .................. 465 Torresdiaz. Jose P. ............... 465 Tostanoski, Edward J .............. 446 Toth, Bruce A ................ 193, 430 Toth. Steven P. .............. 446, 500 Toulouza. Michael H ............... 430 Townsend. Wm. L ................. 496 Trabue. L. 0. Jr ............... 430, 492 TRACK ........................ 253 Train. Monroe K. ............. 430. 495 Traina, DouglasJ ................. 417 Trammell, Bruce C. ............... 460 Trasoras. Edward C. .............. 417 Travis, Edward O. ................ 461 Traynham. Edward E. ............. 430 Treadway. Lyman M ........... 461, 499 Trebes, James E .................. 461 Trent. Edward B. ................. 461 Tribble. Henry M .................. 446 Tribble, James N .............. 417. 495 Tripp. James G ................... 430 Trowbridge, F. R, Ill ............... 461 True. James R ................ 430. 499 Truitt, Walter R. .................. 430 Trussell, Billy R ................... 430 Tsai, Ming C ..................... 465 Tsatsarounou. M. S ................ 465 Tseng. Sean .................... 493 Tsoukalas. Anna ................. 446 Tsoukalas, Maria ................. 461 Tucci. John A .................... 497 Tucker. Alan M ................... 461 Tucker, Julia E. .............. 446, 491 Tucker, Pamela J. ................ 461 Tufekci. Suleyman ................ 465 Tuggle, David L. ................. 417 Tuggle, George 0 ................. 430 Tuhy. Peter M .................... 465 Tull, Wayne F. ................... 500 Tullia. Thomas A ................... 94 Tung, Weimin ................... 465 Tunsumritchai. Montri ............. 417 Turk, David H. ................... 448 Tumblad. Ronald A ............ 189, 417 Turner, Byron J. III ................ 495 Turner. Edward J. ................ 446 Turner, James M .................. 496 Turner, Lowry D .................. 414 Turner. Michael T ................. 495 Turner, Paul E .................... 430 Turner, Richard H ................. 446 Turner, Roben L .................. 1 15 Turner, Wade H. III ................ 430 Turnham, Dennis E ................ 446 Turremine, John E. ............... 466 Tuten. Thomas E. ................ 498 Tuttle, Jeffery L ............... 189. 430 Tuttle, Joel A. ................... 417 Tyber, Harold B ............... 189. 417 Tundall, Lyndon S ................. 461 Tyner, William R. ................. 446 Tynes. Kathryn S. ................ 461 Tysinger, Janet R. ................ 430 Tyson, Jeanene A ................. 430 Ullery. James R ............... 430, 499 Umansky, Mark D ................. 461 Underwood, Charles R. ........ 417. 496 Underwood, R. C. ................ 418 Ungbhakom. Variddhi ............. 465 Unger. Robert F. ................. 431 Upchurch, Ben L. Jr ............... 461 Uptagram, Frederick .............. 418 Utley, Barry R ................ 461. 498 V Valdes. Loretta M. ................ 431 Valverde, Fernando ........... 461, 493 Van Camp, Robert J. .............. 491 VanPatten, Fiobin L ................ 461 Van Treese, Clifton R. ............. 431 Van Voorst. Conrad L .............. 465 Van Wagner. Michael G. ....... 446.495 Vanderels. Wallace G .............. 495 Vanlandingham, Ted L. ............ 418 VanLeer, Maryanne ........... 418, 492 VanLeigh. Logan Jr ............ 461, 498 Vann, Harry L ................ 446, 499 Vantassel. R. B. Jr ................. 461 Varner. Donald R .......... 125, 192,431 Vaughan. HenryT. Jr. ............. 431 Vestal, Lisa A. ................... 431 Vick, Jack K. Jr ................... 497 Vines. James M. ................. 418 Virk. Sorn P ...................... 465 Vits. Charles G. .................. 446 Viverette. Wm. M .................. 418 Vizcarrondo. Wayne M ............. 418 Vocelka, Guy P ................... 431 Vogler. Christopher D .............. 500 Voglino. James T. ............ 431, 495 Volz. Wm. H. .................... 446 Von Dolteren, G. E. ............... 461 Vornbrock, Walter G ............... 499 Wade, RollaR ........ 185.189.192.418 Wagener. Fritz Ill ................. 431 Wager, Oliver E. Jr. ............... 465 Wages, Randall E. ................ 446 Wagner. Charles M ............ 418,493 Wagner, Lisbeth A. ............... 446 Wagner, Richard P. ........... 461 , 494 Wagnon, Deborah L, .............. 446 Waite. Warren S. ................. 446 Waits, David G. .................. 461 Waitzman, Bradley J ............... 446 Wakefield. Richard L ............... 431 Waldon, Valerie Y ................. 461 Waldrop, Fri1z C. ............. 125.418 Walker, Arthur T .................. 431 Walker. Diane E. ............. 446, 491 Walker. Wm. P. Jr ................. 431 Wall, Kenneth L. ................. 465 Wall. Phyllis L .................... 461 Wallace, John L. ................. 431 Wallace. Leslie M. ................ 461 Waller, Carl L. ................... 498 Waller. Jeffrey S. ................. 446 Waller, Raymond W. Jr ............. 496 Wellington. Joseph R. ............. 461 Walls. Max R Jr. ................. 500 Walsh, Brian W ................... 493 Walsh. Charles T. ................ 418 Walsh. John R. .............. 431. 495 Walter, Jeffrey S .................. 461 Walters. Michael C. ............... 446 Walters. Nelson E ................. 431 Wang. Lai F. .................... 465 Wang, Kwei L .................... 465 Ward. Anthony G. ................ 446 Ward, Donald E ............... 189. 431 Ward, Floyd J .................... 446 Ward, James L. Jr ................. 497 Waring. Richard D. Jr. ............. 446 Warlick, Judy N. ................. 461 Warner, George R ................. 465 Warner, Rory V ................... 461 Warren. James A. Jr ........... 446,492 Warren. Kermit G. ................ 418 Warren, Mark O. ............. 192.418 Warren, Wanda K ................. 446 Waters, Gerald S .................. 446 Wattord. David E .................. 446 Watkins, Margaret E ............... 461 Watson. David G .............. 418. 493 Watson, Donna EL ................ 431 Watson, Gary G. ................. 418 Watson, Kevin C .................. 446 Watson, Marion G ................. 461 Watson, Ralph E .............. 446. 500 Watson. Roger W. ................ 446 Watson. William A. III .......... 431. 499 Watterworth. B. A ............. 191 , 446 Watts, Ronald M .................. 446 Weathertord, James R. ........ 120, 461 Weatherford. William .............. 494 Weathers, John W. Jr .............. 492 Weaver, Donald F. Jr. ......... 461, 500 Webb. Lyndall C .................. 465 Webb, Michael D. ................ 461 Webb. Thomas B. ................ 495 Weber, Thomas A ............. 446, 494 Webster, Norman R. Jr. ............ 431 Wedbush. James M. .............. 495 Wedel. Gregory L ................. 465 Weeks. David G. ................. 446 Weidman, George ................ 431 Weidner. Karl R. ................. 125 Weintraub, Louis E. . ............... 418 Weir. Eugene M. ............. 461.494 Weir. Robert S. .................. 446 Weissinger, R. W. ................ 494 Welch, Andrew H. ................ 446 Welch, Barry W ................... 461 Welch, John M. .................. 461 Weldon. Wm. C ................... 431 Wellbrock, Curtis J. ........... 446. 493 Wells. David T ................ 446,495 Wells, Herbert L. ................. 446 Wells. Roben D ................... 461 Wells. Wm. H. ................... 496 Wentz. Wm. R .................... 446 Wesner. Stephen E ................ 418 West, Romalus Jr. ................ 446 Westley, Martin J. ................ 461 Westmoreland, John R ............. 418 Westmoreland, Judy .............. 492 Wexmore, Wm. J .................. 431 Wettig. Keith S. .............. 446,493 Wharton. Jeffrey C. ............... 461 Whatley. John B .................. 461 Wheaton, James E. Jr .......... 430. 492 Wheaton. James M ................ 419 Wheeler. Jack D. Jr ................ 419 Wheeler, James H ................. 419 Wheeler, Joseph D ................ 446 Wheeler, Wm. G. ................. 461 Whelan. Stephen G ................ 431 Whichard. James E ................ 419 Whigham, Roger C ............ 461 . 498 Whitaker, Baxter L ......... 185. 419, 494 White, Arthur T ............... 446, 500 White, Barbara A .............. 461,495 White, Charles T .................. 446 White. David T. .................. 446 White, Dennis K ....... 107. 183. 431 . 495 White, Edward W. ............ 191, 461 White, John C ................ 466, 498 White, Richard A .................. 461 White, Thomas G. ............ 115. 419 Whitehouse, Stephen B. ........... 447 Whiteman, Richard T. ............. 461 Whitiieid. Joseph A ................ 461 Whitley. Ronald J. ................ 465 Whmock, Larry A. ................ 419 Whittle. James C. Jr. .............. 431 Wible, Richard A .................. 419 VWedenbeck, Stephen K. ....... 431,495 Wiggins. Thomas E ................ 447 Wilcox. John B ................... 461 VWlder. David E ................... 447 Wildiong, Lesley A. ........... 461.492 Wiley, Paul T ..................... 447 Wilhite. Thomas W. ............... 447 Wilhoit. Timothy R ................. 447 Wilkins, Frank M .................. 431 Wilkins, Robert M. ......... 94, 431. 503 Wilkinson,Wm. M. ....114, 193,431,495 Willard. George F. ................ 456 Willett. David C ................... 461 Willett. Joseph F .................. 498 VWIiams, Carl L. ill ............ 447. 499 Williams. David G. ................ 447 Williams. David M. ................ 431 Williams. Gregory B ........ 106, 182,419 Williams, James R ................. 419 Williams.JeraldH. . .... . .1. ... ....499 Williams, John B .................. 447 Williams, John F. ................. 120 Williams. Kenneih A. .............. 465 Williams. L. P.III .................. 447 Williams, Mark H .......... 191, 447,495 Williams, Max L ............... 192. 447 Williams. Michael L ................ 496 Williams, Philip A. ................ 447 Williams, Raymond B. ............. 419 Williams. Robert W. ............... 431 Williams, Rodger P. ............... 495 Williams. Sharon C ................ 447 Williams. T. ..................... 447 Williams.T1V. III .................. 447 Williams. Thomas H. .............. 498 Williams, Timothy P ................ 431 Williams, Tony D .................. 447 Williams, William R. ........... 193. 413 Williams. Wyman L. ............... 447 Williamson. Betty Y ................ 419 Williamson, Dudley C. ......... 419. 495 Williamson, Gary T. ............... 419 Williamson. George M ...... 185, 193,419 VWIiford, Carol J .............. 137,461 Wiilingham. Dennis N. ......... 447, 492 Wiilingham, J. 8. Jr ................ 431 Willis. Claude D. Ill ................ 431 Willis. David E ................ 222. 495 Willis. Joel ...................... 431 Vimls. James S .................... 461 VVIIIS, Larry B. ................... 431 Wilson. Arthur S .................. 461 Willson. John H ................... 419 Wilson. Amory L .................. 461 Wilson. Charles F ................. 461 Wilson. David L ................... 431 Wilson. Earl W. .................. 431 Wilson, Fred H. .................. 461 VWIson, George G ................. 493 Wilson, Thomas L ................. 499 Wilson. Waiterw .............. 191,447 Winchester. John G. .............. 461 Windham, Steve C ........... 431,491 Winham. Peter G. ................ 447 Winkles, Alan B ................... 431 Winn, Frederick L ................. 431 Winn. Paula F .................... 44 Winnecke, Ken .................. 461 Winslow. Robert S. ............... 431 Winsor, Brian E ................... 447 Winter, Gary M ................... 50 Winters, James W ............. 441, 49 Wirges, Kelly M ................... 447 Wise, Gregory K .................. 431 Wise. Wm. M ..................... 461 Wislocky, Kenneth W. ............. 431 Wisman, Witt B ................... 49 Witten. Smart M. ................. 41 Witter, Lester J ................... 50 Wittschiebe, Bruce J ........... 461. 50 Wolcott. Frank B IV ............... 49 Wolff, Don S ..................... 41 Wolff, Eve D. .................... 461 Wolfram, William K. ............... 49 Wong. Sunny 8 ................... 431 Wong. Wrn. G .................... 461 Woo, Kenneth G .................. 431 Wood, Amy K .................... 461 Wood. Charies O. ................ 431 Wood. David Hill ................ 41 Wood. Donald A. Jr ............ 192, 44 Wood. Gregory S. ................ 10 Wood. James E. Jr. ............... 461 Wood. Jonathan M ................ 461 Wood, Llewellyn ................. 49 Wood, Michael G. ................ 41 Wood, Richard H. Jr. .......... 447. 49 Wood, Ronnie J. ................. 431 Wood, Terry L .................... 44 Wood. Timothy L. ............ 191.461 Woodard, Gary E. ............ 431, 49 Woodson. John L ................. 431 Woodward. Thomas S .............. 49 Woolford. Wm. W. IV .............. 50 Words. Thomas K ................. 431 Workman, Elinor J. ............... 44 WREK ......................... 1O Wren, George R. ................. 44 Wrenn, Carl R .................... 44 WRESTLING .................... 25 Wright, Delmer E .................. 44 Wright. Douglas V ................. 41 Wright. James E. III ........... 419, 49 Wright. Jamie T ................... 41 Wright. Joel A .................... 461 Wright. Kenneth L ............. 461,49 Wright, L. A. Jr .................. Wright. Richard C ................. 49 Wuebker. Carl L. ................. 431 Wunner, Richard G ................ 44 Wyche, Neil S ................ 447, 49 Wyett, Kenneth L. ................ 44 Wynne, Charles S ................. 41 Wynne, Conrad V ................. 431 Yacenda. Douglas J. .......... 447, 49 Yanda. Ronald A .................. 44 Yang, Humphrey H ................ 46 Yarbrough, Ricky F ............ 461, 49 Yates, Edward W .............. 419, 49 Yauch, Peter J. .................. 44 Yeager, William A ................. 431 York, Wm. M ..................... 497 Youmans, EvaJ. ............. 431 , 49 Young. Charlotte A ................ 431 Young, Edward J. ............ 447. 49 Young, Johnny C ................. 447 Young. Jonathan R ......... 93, 431 , 49 Young. Lawrence D. .......... 447. 49 Younker, John R .................. 46 Yue, Victor ...................... 461 Zabetakis, Mark W. ............... 461 Zabinski. Richard A. .............. 431 Zabinski. Witoid W. ............... 431 Zabriskie, John M ................. 431 Zachariah P. C ................... 465 Zalmai, Ghulam J. ................ 465 Zapfe. Roland ................... 461 Zears, Reginald W. ............... 447 Zeringer, Mark R .................. 419 Zeugner, John J .............. 431 , 492 Zielinski, Frank T. Jr. .............. 498 Zielinski, Gary R, ................. 447 Zimmerman, Judith A. ......... 189, 419 Zimmerman, Leroy ............... 465 Zirkle, E. A. ..................... 461 Zivalich. Donna M ................. 419 Zivic, John A. ................... 493 Zonjee. Maarten P. ............... 419 Zkuas, Timothy M ................. 461 Zunz, Wilson R. Jr ................. 431 Zyls1ra. 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Dave Roulo 45, Toad Smilh 20. Gary Woodard 46. LamarRocker 21. Dan Frymire 47. Drayton Gaillard 22. Jenniler 48. Philip Spencer 23. Bud Moeller 49. Danny Dune 24. Jon Rutledge Buggy 25. Jim Hartman 50. DarrellSorrens 26. Bob Stone Pages 292-293 1. Sleve Coums 23. Lee DeHan 2. Norm Kanwisher 24. Sheryl 3. Denise 25. Dave Stoklosa 4. BillHamilton 26. Melissa 5. Adam Brock 27. LarryTiernan 6. RickAspray 28. KenOa1es 7. Cam 29. Debbie 8. Rich Klinkel 30. Ellen 9. Chuck Galloway 31. Bob Tenanty 10. Amy 32. Jule Marcantoni 11. Mike Brown 33. Steve Garrison 12. Dave Watson 34. Teresa 13. Marilyn 35. Ken Wright 14. Rick Maus 36. JackZivic 15. GaryWilson 37. John Hoyt 16. Fernando -38. Susan Valverde 39. Tom Chojnacki 17. Ellen 40. Susan 18. Fred Farkle 41. Frank Thorniszer 19. Dan Dimenchi 42. Moon Mullins 20. Skip Morrison 43. Melinda 21. George Flowers 44. Vicki 22. Dave Chamberlin 45. Dan Kelley Pages 294-295 1. Hoppity 23. Terry Love 2. Dave Davidson 24. Sonny Sanders 3. Robin 25. 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Skip Loudermilk 41, Ken Knox 42. Stud Fox 43. NeelFallis 44. Jeff Giglio 45. Chuck McCord 3042305 22. Man Robbins 23. Gerry Harris 24. James Harris 25. Steve Klein 26. Flip Leach 27. Randy Bailey 28. Pattie Kennemer 29. Jim Reich 30. Dave Becker 31. LlewWood 32. Mar-D Greer 33. Ed Senules 34. Ron Pope 35. John Cooper 36. Fly-Manldol 37. Mike Momn 38. Glenn Hewin 39. Greg Davis 40. Pam Sledge 41. BaxtarWhilaker 22 17 '8 ,q KZ 7-0 21 2123 24 16 74,, 7.? 23 2Q 12 '3 T 9 39 51 $3 32- 14 15119 HA W 3 1. 5 6 7 10 n 2! . 55 1+ ER 25 a 15 '7 A A 28 32 34. W 635; 30 2' gC 1? 33 122 23 Fiji 5., 5 Pages 308-309 . HandsVandereals . Barry Brogden . Max Hall . Juan Reyes Blues . Capt.Video . Tribs Tribble . Jon-Boy . Pretty Boy Jobe 10. Pete Grogan 11. JeIIy-RollJoiner 12, Dave Pierson 18. Alan Badoot 14. Ron Bristol 15. Jim Fish Knighlon 16. Mike Raynor 17. Mrs. Mike Raynor 18. D.GRobinson 19. Mario Kelley 20. Frankthe Flusher 21. B.S.Slermer 22. Gaylord 23. Pop cocowmlmamN-A 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31 , 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38, 39. 40. 41 , 42 , 43. 44. 45. BBT McSwain Eddy Gray Stan Belyeu Barbie Steve Hands Hayes Danny Aide Ray Cook Randy Poliner Tommy Middlebrooks Sonny Hank Jackson Maggie Hal Couch Eddy Crain Joe Gargiulo Doc Hubbard Larry Hilbrath Mike Haynie Steve Mayhew Debbie Lance P. T. Robin Dunn Pages 3 I 0-31 I Tim McCord Jan Luckie Larry Jones John Bruce Dave Schmidt Tommy Webb . Garland Reid . George Dabney . Ezra Rachel . Mary Jordan , Floyd Mitchell . Gene Maddux . Cathy Train . Bill Coons . Mike Wedbush . Debbie Reddic . David McElmoer . Terry Turner wmww949Nr 2............2..... mewthdO 19. 20. 21 . 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 30. 31 . , Marianna Edwards :33. 34. 35. 36. 37. Debbie Allen Mary Beth Camp Harvey Reid Chip Thomas Buster Slocumb Kivk Train Kathy Ryan Eddie Jackson Van Page Tom Jones Doug Snyder Byron Turner Cindy Sheffield Jon Crane Bruce Black Ed Young Steve Hunter Pages 314-315 Lin Acu" . Rodger VWIIiams . Jim Hellman Dick McLaughlin Mike Van Wagner Rusty Harrell Jim Bowen . Bill McLellan . Blake McBurney . Ward Hill . Jim Kime , John Bosky . Irwin Hosea . Martin Bremerton . Phil Brown . Wyatt Gray . Ron Crumbley . Beau McCranie . Jim Voglino . Jeff Avers Nd......d.......... ommumtnhwmaowmsgngn'bwme . BiNSchmalz . Bob Herman . Lynn Free . Mike Conley . Beau Bledsoe . Jim Bayer . Steve Hatch . Ross Beebe . Dan Caldwell , Stan Anderson , Steve Adams . Craig Rhodes . Jim Giuliani . Jefl Konh . Tom Rasmussen . John Walsh , Buddy Bell . ScottDavidson . Joe Harrison . Jack McMillan 46. 47. 48. 49. 50, 51 . 52. 53. 54. 55. 56. 57. 58. 59. 60. 61 . 62. 63. 64. 65. 66. 67. 38. . John Dressler 40. 41 . 42. 43. 44. 45. 46. 47. 48. 49. 50. 51 . 52. 53. 54. 41. 42. 43. 44. 45. 46, 47. 48. 49. 50. 51 . 52. 54. 55. 56. 57. 58. 59. Sue O'Brien L. B Carolyn Lee Rich Annita Lawrence QavaSieber Eddy Holcomb Jim Ris Jan Yeomans Dick Porter Fouling Fred Wilson Rick Fisk Rod Smith Bruce Byington Mark VWlliams Weed V. D. Laguidara Garry Reid Rick Yarborough Tommy Michaels Lynda Stuan Duncan Al Gentle Gary Moylan Martha Ann Eidson Emory Ellevbee Frank Brown AI Simon Danny Goodyear Nancy Reeves Jane McAnhur David Wells Tom Kelley Clay Allen Mike Stamps Holt Graves Chester Childers S1eve McArthur Jim Brown Jim Ouina Foster Brown Mark Henley Evan Fears Wes King Bill VWkinson Dudley VWIIiamson Dave Willis Tom Woodward Richard Wright Jim McEachron . Tim Tonyan Scott Kinney Dennis White Richard Rogers Paul Anderson Jim VWnters Duker 495 Pages 3l8-3 I9 . Scrooge Ken . SnowWhite Happy Bambi Buzz Doc , Bashlull . Pro1essor Ludwig Von Drake 10. Rodin 11. Honeleohn,The Fox 12. Mugzy 13. Worthless 14. The General 15. Rick 16. Prince Charming 17. Sleepy 18. Chelsea wmswawNA Pages 320-32l 1. John Nichols 18. Dan Poe 2. John Hallman 19. Ray Waller 3. DaveShaw 20. Ray Hudgins 4. Steve George 21. PaulHackenwonh 5. BillWollram 22. Jim Youngblood 6. RoyWells 23. Gary Edmondson 7. Doug Smith 24. Sam Formby 8. BillCook 25. Jim Turner 9. George Collum 26. John Strange 10. Blake Putney 27. Steve Teeter 11. Chuck Luby 28. PatBrowne 12. Mike Robinson 29. Harold Bulford 13. Dan Dodson 30. Jim Feldman 14. Dave Martin 31. Rick Fredlund 15. Brad Beczkalo 32. Jonlsham 16. John Black 33. Bruce Peterson 17. PatHouston 34. MikeWilIiams Pages 324-325 1. Bradley Feuslon 18. Mark Mod 2, Frank Nottingham 19. Willie Lam 3. GranlShimomura 20. John Matellck 4. Ben Brockman 21. Theresa Ward 5. James Niehofi 22. Belh Walsh 6. George Williamson 23. William Townsend 7. William Dillard 24. Roben Lapman 8. Larry Artz 25. David Phillips 9. JamesSaunders 26. Bruce Howard 10. Thomas Sculley 27. Richard Grimshaw 11. RobenLamar 28. Donald Malcolm 12. David Granl 29. Steven Helm 13, DanieIBanelI 30. James Montgomery 14. Ernesto Arostequi 31. Manin Kehoe 15. James Seagraves 32. SueSimralI 16. George Cooper 33. Ronald Ciesiel 17, Mark Bren 496 11. CDKZ 8 . q 12 0'82 16 f2 H 5 15 CDKT M 5+ 2? 4. Pages 328-329 05th 10-. mV . Grizzly George Sarris . Gzntleman Dave Johnson . Drain Stone . TrapperPaulSmiIh . Steve Roberts . JeHGobble Golden Flakes Daiker . Hey Kay Jackson . Ken Big Mac MacKenzie . Steve Shelley 10. 11. 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, Kip Potter Richard Sap Saputa Joy Ferriera Mark Dill Dillinger Tom T, F, Langlord JoAnn Frykmann Coach Rick Lamben 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. Corky Stone J. Paul Oxer Sam Adams Melanie Fahrmeier Sandy Satterfield Sandy Millians Dave Cu1ie Keen Spear Chucker Joe Willie Mooney Bob John Oliver Ellice Seiden Herben, Alias Jean Jansen Libby Peck Frost Hlbbard Phrog Debbie Boggus Steve Hays Pages 332-333 NNNMMNNAdaa-nggdd... mmbwmdomewadeO 0903anFPNf Nigel Kim Hon John Cheeseman . Sugarbear Jimmy John . Danny , Sandman , Bear , Phil , C. Moore . Po-Po . Geno . Warren . Bill . Catfish . Jim . Dave . Brad , Pme . Bubbles . P..J, . Droopy . John 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35, 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. 44. 45. 46, 47. 48. 49. 50. 51. Ralph Ban Craig Mike Country-Joe Possum-Man Jake Arno J. C. Samba Dave Hootin-Hal Rabbit Rocky Snapper SnUHy Mike Chuck Barrly Kapable Timmy-Too Jack Bill Scott Buck-Buck Sweet Russo Pages 334-335 Pablo . Jose Fernadez N. J. . Jim "Race Horse" Banks . "Drooley" . Goose . The Rookie . Dave Rondeau . Sherry Smith . EarlSanders . VickyWoodard . BuckAl . Evin Harwell . Candyce Carson . Susan Hayes . Larry . Darrel . Ed . Lynn Castleberry . Nan English . The Little Clarinet Player . . Ozark . . Cindy Rissinger . John A, Puree" . Farmer . Meatball . Pia Man . "Birdie" . "Par" . Ben Moseley . John Hixon , Maria Fili . Debbie'Bunon" Bragg . Jocko . "Dave" . Hugger . DebbiUrey . The Admiral . Morocco . Alan Hm . Kathy Hopper . Lee Kidd . Trapper . Mung . Nimrod . The Second Home 497 498 mmewaM-l wwwmmgadd3ddggd hQN-hOKDCDVGJUIbCJN-ho . Gary Jaynes . John McClelland . CalHayes . SconKellar . Randy Elliot . Jim Hackle . Beverly Bussell . Bill Erb . Steve Smith . Bobby McGill . Butch Williams . Doug Jones . Kevnn Blase . Danny O'Connor . Alan Letson . PaulHan , Jimmy Broome . Connie Bowen . Kathy Hogsed . Ber! Hall . Jim Farmer . Kirk Christensen . John Hanley . Wes Paxson 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. 44. 45. 46. 47. Pages 338-339 mpnwgamhumd . Stephen L. . T. Hedges. Esq. . Martha Lynn . Papa Bill . Mama Sally AI Sleet . Morganna Mike . Stan Laurel , Phantom . S.S.T. . Mama Baggen . J.C. . B.P. . Linda P. . Mldnigthowboy . Little Orphan Annie . DaddyWarbucks . The Duke . The Chip . Mani . One No , Captain Larry . Odie Barnwell . Baby Dee Pages 340-34l Bruce Bryan Brad Swann Helen Hatcher Julia McClennan A. J. Swann Buzz Willem Clay Holisinger Buzz Willett Laird Carmlchael Susan Anthony Frank Schwahn Jane Danton Scotty Howell Earl Dixon C. J. Beysslance Joan Cooper Guerry Sherwood Doug Predrikson Andy Lewis Steve Stewart Nancy Arnold Dean Miller Danny Murray Pages 342-343 Susan Harvey 48. Wesley Slreel 49. Tommy Zielinski 50. Susan King 51 . Brent Phelts 52. Maxie Fergusen 53. Mike Harrison 54. Julian Ellion 55. Bob Childs 55. Henry Ouzts 57. Sharon Sheppard 58. Dennis McCunnm 59. OulzI's little brother 60. Carl Waller 61. Dan Fowler 62. Bob Goree 63. Kathy Brown 64. Ned Yates 65. Katherine Graves 66. Ann Merritt 2 67. Sweeihean 68. John Boswell 69. Steve Sell 70. Poco 81055 Lee "U. T." Hammond 21 Ram 22, Bill 23. Blitz 24. Mauk 25. Tuna 26. Snake 27. Van Dork 28. Rabi 29. , Smoothie Smith 30. . 80 31 . . Sue Heather 32. . Ma2Hone 33. . J. C. 34. . The Surgeon General 35. . Bubba "cajun" 36. . Mayo 37. . Pooh 38. . Candy "Tunabail" 39. . Poner Whigham Deano Donny Osmond Sue Smoothie Jr. John Owen The Great Potmeat Graham Rudy Wildman Shank Pat Cantrell Bill Cantrell The Mad Rapist The Arm Utley Capiain Kangaroo Big Lew 24' 26 28 30 B Pages 346-347 1. Cary Thach 22. $0011 Ru1hedord 2. Richard 23. Spyros Dermatos Pendergrass 24. BremPyles 3. Gary Vornbrock 25. Jerry Hatcher 4. Melanie 26. Blade Day 5. John-John 27. BoomerBuan Bradley 28. LostSoul 6. Phyllis 29. M.L.Williams 7. Steve F1005 30. Ron Elliott 8. Rudy Johnson 31. Chuck Darsey 9. Radar Ashe 32. NeilWyche 10. Ronnie Lutz 33. Norman 11. Stuckey Cook Boatwright 12. ChipWilIiams 34. Paula 13. Tom Thach 35. Mark Lyue 14. Terry Murphy 36. Gini 15. Ken Gram 37. Lisa 16, John Rhett 38. George Stapleton 17. Karen 39. RoyJohnson 18. Nelson Brooks 40. PatMcKenna 19. Todd Miller 41. Sally 20. Pam 42. Bobby Clotwonhy 21. Lynn Pages 348-349 1. JRU 23. Ed Dschida 2. Claire Whittle 24. Alien K. Slewan 3. Bradley F1. Sims 25. Mr.Gross 4. Gary T. Bottoms 26. Skip Langston 5. Melissa Chumley 27. Mike Honeycutt 6. Jim Smith 28. Chuck Burleson 7. Jackie Smith 29. Dave Bland 8. Leslie Leroy 30. Roben 9. Charley Leroy Eisenschmidt 10. Frank Rives 31. JamesR.True 11. Larry Gutman 32. Mary Price 12. BillChewning 33. TonySlewart 13. Jim Jones 34. Hilary MacDonald 14. George S.Purker 35. Dave Bourland 15. Dave Thomas 36, LarryAldrich 16. Linda Mackey 37. Lou Penrod 17. Alan Davis 38. Keith J. Asprey 18. BC. Killough 39. Lynn Castleberry 19. Mike Murphy 40. Roger Reisen 20. Kevin O'Toole 41. Randy Sullivan 21. Pete Lynes 42. Buddy Rabun 22. PhilLindenmeyer 43. Jim Shannon Pages 352-353 1. Tim Libert 30. Ike Scott 2. Ron Bartlett 31. Larry Faulkner 3. John Landrum 32. Wick Moorman 4. Ray Tidman 33. BillStina 5. Tom Wilson 34. Sharon Sakate 6. Chip Watson 35. RusseIIHilI 7, Richard Hagler 36. Bobby Kolb 8. Johnny Sellers 37. John S1einheimer 9. Randy Mayfield 38. Frank CoHey 10. PaulLieneck 39. Wally Buran 11. Mary Hall 40. PaulSchmidt 12. WalterMcGill 41. Jim Keba 13. PhilSerrian 42. Ron Crowell 14. Andy Dalgliesh 43. Roger Brown 15. S1eve Crouch 44. MarkShoemaker 16. Tim Helton 45. Rob Houston 17. Kenny Evans 46. David Paris 18. Selvln Hobbs 47. Dave Cook 19. Rod Pope 48. Rich Sedass 20. Becky Thompson 49. Roben Fender 21. Haro1dMeyer 50. PatPanerson 22. ScotlSchmidt 51. Andy Hjon 23. JenParker 52. Jack Stone 24. BryamTaylor 53. PhilBabb 25. Dick Hunter 54. Harry Vann 26. Bruce Noggle 55. Julian Hankinson 27. Maurice Sikes 56, John Boknecm 28. Jim Hixon 57. Mike Treadway 29. Barry Compton 43. 44. 45. 46. 47. 48. 49. 50. 51. 52. 53. . .1911 Tiller 55. 56. 57. 58. 59. 60. 61. 62. . Bill Burnen 64. Tom Allinder Mrs. Lope Mrs. Leebo Lee Douglas Jill Jerry Willlams Dixon Robenson Jen Palker Doug Robens Gil Hilsman Bob Mayer Doc Robens Bobby Abt Tommy Slappey Steve Fox Roger Dadiomotl Keith Taylor David Adams Who Knows Randy Tate 499 500 wmumgnpr-A . Rick Hall , Gary VWnters . NatHughs Romeo Igor , Robert Frost . Dave Davidson . Mark Sayior . Don Weaver , Trog 1heTerrib1e , BillBrock . Gary Johnson . Arlo Guthrie . Rick Boyle , SweetSue . Danny Thomas . Ms,Kass . Mama Kass . Bruce W. . Tank . Chink . Annette Shillett . LegsWoodcock , Snake . Ron Swicord . Cathy Salt . MarshallCleland a w w m a w u. x. m. m. w w. m. m. Q. n. M. w. w. u. m. 49 w. m. n. m. M. Pages 356-357 Chuck LeMaire Tom While Bachelorene :21 Wayne Tull Sue Zablotney Duke Higgins Bachelorette 32 Tojo Mrs. Tull Jeff Smith David Hoyer Theo Fountains Sir Bush Ms. Salt Myron Farrellstein Fireplug with Visor Razzle B. Dazzle Ken Box Housemother Turkey's Tail Mrs. Evelyn Cathie Smith Tom Purvis Freak Brown John Evelyn Larry the Whip Linda Wiksell 55. 56. 57. 58. 59. . Archie the Kyd 61. 62. 63. . Jughead Boyles 65. 66. 67. 68. 69. 70. 71. 72. 73. 74. 75. Turkey Reed Max WaIIs Admira1 Jim P. Magruder Broyhill Ralph Wa1son Phyllis DeVane L.D.S. Bonnie Bradshaw Waller Dean Becky H. K. Bear Mack Montgomery Colonel Boll Weevil Mike Tabb Ranger Gail Joan Paul Ranger Bob Melanie Hummingway Sandy Willilord Pages 360-36I . Manin Smith . Chris Vogler Che Rodriguez . Bruce Jones Mike Cunio Graham Jelley . Keith Boulware . Dave Bishop . John Michaels . Jim Campbell oomupugnb-mm-A Pages 362-363 . Hudson Smith . Steve Toth . Jeff Arbital Claire Ed Scham Tom O'Leary Cathy . Russ Eliot Gail wmswawNi 10. Larry Bauman 11. Rich Goss 12. ClintSiles 13. John Levine 14. DennisCarlos 15. Jefi Barab 16. A1 Rooney 17. Mike McGrath 18. George Kalnin 19. Bob Sinsheimer 20. John Montague 21. Mark Ovian 22. Val 23. Mike McCormick 24. Bob Kemp 25. Lestervwner 26. Bob Sleinkraus 27. Harry Carpenter 28. PhilBailey 29. Kris 30. Bob Flshrnan 31. Bev 32, JeHGrover 33. DinalAndreasen 34. Steve Atkinson 35. BillBacchi 36. Bob Boyd ZBT Pages 366-367 . 0802 Wilkinson . Vivian Fincher . Sandy Smith . Kim Keelin . Donna Perry . JanelThomason . Trina Boggus . Debbie Haug . Marcia Hager 10. Ebie Dexter 11. Betsy Green 12. Renee Curry 13. Jane Nelson 14. Peggy Pomer 15. Cherleilley 15. JanetCunningham 17. Adrian Lee 18, Jody Hightower 19, Sharon Sakate 20. Jackie Jones 21. Ellen Ray 22. Kathy Simmons 23. LuAnnSims 23 thNIOUIt-MN-t Pages 270-27I 1. ScottRumerford 2. Bob Silkotf 3, Jerry Gallups 4. Scotty Howell Pages 368-369 . Valerie Compton , Dede Props! . JanetCunningham . Janice Harden , Janie Macari wme-t 501 502 I974 BLUEPRINT FRONT ROW' LINDA REYNOLDS, Fred's wife PEARCE REEVE, Business staff JANET CUNNINGHAM, Student Life staff CHIP OSSMAN, Fraternities Editor GARY BOTTOMS, Associate Editor Student Life Editor BOB WILKINS, Sports Editor m, x, 1x; a ll BACKROW: 1'1: W1 FRED REYNOLDS, BusineiSS JOE BAILEY, Photo Editor RICHARD HUBER, Organizations Editor GERALD CLARK, Student Life staff ROGER REISERT, Classes Editor JOHN LEE, Business Manager BOB KINSEY, Editorsin-Chief Yearbook epilogues generally fit into one of the following three categories: U PHILOSOPHICAL DFiIVEL. Eloquent, bull-filled phrases characterize these closings, proving thatno issue is so straightforward that it cannot be made obscure. 2y AUTOBIOGRAPHY AD INFINITUM. Written with all of the vibrance and color of a term paper. these narratives recount the production of the yearbook from beginning to end a or until the last reader has been bored to sleep. 3y OUTPOUHING OF THANKS. Before composing such an epilogue, an edi- tor must first consult his thesaurus to obtain every known synonym for the word "thanks." Next, a complete staff list must be prepared. The third step is to match each synonym with the appropriate staff member tsenior staffers always rate adjectives; e.g., "special thanks," 'tdeepest gratitude"; The thoughtful editor also thanks his parents for conceiving him, his school for having him, the students for funding him, and the world for being such a keen place in which to publish an annual. Rather than submit to one of these time-tested techniques for writing an epilogue, I would like to make some personal comments about the 1974 Blue- print. Serving under three very different editors taught me almost everything I know about yearbook journalism - therefore, please blame any flaws in this book on Fred Hedrick C7D, Butch Price C72; or Scott Kinney C73; l also want to recognize Dean Ed Kohler for his assistance as Chairman of the Board of Student Publications. As for the Technique staff, well, the less said about them the better off everyone will be. I am extremely proud of my staff: proud of their talent; proud of the enor- mous number of manhours they contributed to the book; proud of the way they could bitch, bitch, bitch. Financing a book of this size is a tough job, but John Lee was an exceptional Business Manager. He was also a good friend - and, of course, a Beta. Gary "Bosco" Bottoms, my Associate Editor, never let me down. The same is true of Joe Bailey, Photo Editor, to whom credit is due for much of the excellent photography in this book. I have enjoyed my four year association with Taylor Publishing Company, Dallas, Texas. They have given Georgia Tech superb treatment. far in excess of their contractual obligations. Fred Koger, Vice President for Universities, and Jim Council have always been particularly kind hosts. A tremendous acknowledgement is due Larry Naylor, Taylor Publishing Company repre- sentative. who turned me on to scotch. His service to the Blueprint has been nothing but superior, and the friendship of he and his sexy wife, Susan, has meant a lotto me. I'm glad that I had the opportunity to be the editor of such a prestigious yearbook. Whether or not it has brought you to a literary orgasm, the 1974 Blueprint is still an excellent reflection on Georgia Tech. I sincerely hope that you have enjoyed the book. - BOB KINSEY


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