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It houses lec¬ ture halls and classrooms, lab¬ oratories, and faculty and admin¬ istration offices, as well as the Wehrle B. Geary Auditorium, O. J. Morrison Chapel, Andrew S. Thomas Memorial Library, A.W. Cox Reception Hall, greenhouse and a first aid room. To many this building holds futures. We choose our paths, and maintain our averages. We enter with questions and exit with the answers. 2--Buildings GEARY STUDENT UNION The Geary Student Union provides students with recreation, meeting rooms, and other facilities. It is connected to Riggleman Hall by a modern breezeway. The Coffee Taverne is located on the first floor and is the informal social center for the students. Miscellaneous meeting rooms and game rooms for ping pong and billiards are located off the Coffee Tav- eme. Also in the building are the Information Center and a large public lounge. The Art Gallery, the college store, and the cafeteria are all situated in the GSU. Private dining rooms are adjacent to the cafeteria, which overlooks the Kanawha River. The GSU also houses the ballroom, the College Relations Office, the Alumni Office, the poster room, the Comet Office, the Harveyan Office, the Student Government Office, a music listening lounge and Student Affairs Offices. Buildings - -3 Dorms Women reside in Dickin¬ son Hall which houses approx¬ imately 350 coeds on the main campus. Men students reside in three separate residence halls on the main campus, known as the Michael L. Benedum, Vernon A. Cobb, and A.W. Cox halls, housing a total of 413 students. The housing directors for 1975-76 were Mrs. Ruth Montgomery, Dickinson Hall; Mrs. Clarice Meeker, Cox Hall; and Mr. Mrs. Andrew Muldoon, Benedum Hall. 4--Buildings Gorman Physical Education Building And King Gymnasium The Carl Edward King Memorial Gymnasium has a basketball court which is often used for dances and other social functions on campus. The Gorman Physical Education Building adjoins the King Gymnasium. It houses physical facilities, classrooms, and offices for the Department of Health and Physical Education. The building includes handball courts, an olympic-size pool, auxiliary basketball cross courts, areas for archery, dancing, gymnastics, and wrestling. Buildings--5 HARVEYAN 1976 MORRIS HARVEY COLLEGE CHARLESTON, WEST VIRGINIA Editor-In-Chief . . . Jane Ann Yates Associate Editors: Greeks and Student Life. Sports. Photographers .. Advisor . . . American Yearbook Representative Harvey an Helpers.. Tammy Shock Phil Francis Dan Hoke, Ron Hoke Lee Smith, Kathy Moynahan Sheri O ' Dell Gale Goheen George Hawthorne Jesse J. Smith Jane Keeney 7 Campus Reflections 8--Opening • ' O i.ffis S B Opening--9 " Human felicity is produced not so much by great pieces of good fortune that seldom happen, as by- little advantages that occur every¬ day ... " Benjamin Franklin Freshman Orientation i 18 Awards Convocation Forensics Awards Who ' s Who Awards 20--Student Life Student Life--21 22--Student Life Student Life--23 Student Life--25 Canoe Races 26--Student Life 27 President Bliss Inauguration 28--Student Life INAUGURATION APRIL 24,1976 President Robert L. Bliss 32 Dorm Christmas Party 33 Men’s Dorm 34--Student Life ?50. FINE FOR FALSE ALARM OR EMRT ' k ' IIMG OF FIRE EXTINGUISHERS Student Life--35 36--Student Life P ' 7 ' m Student Life--37 Appalachian Festival 38--Student Life Student Life--39 40--Student Life Student Life--41 42--Student Life Student Life--43 Wi 44--Student Life Student Life--45 46- -Student Life Student Life--47 48--Student Life Individualists Student Life--49 jm 50--Student Life ' ■ ' Student Life--51 52--Student Life Student Life--53 54--Student Life Student Life--55 56--Student Life Student Life--57 58--Student Life gm - Student Life--59 60--Student Life Student Life--61 62--Student Life Student Life--63 64--Student Life TKE PLAYMATE 1976 Linda Chambers Student Life--65 GRADUATION Graduation--67 68--Graduation Graduation--69 JwStfc left to right: N. Okerike, M. Wilson, M. Fieman, J. Chromoy, A. Modungo, K. Kane, J. Weinberg, j. Ogbundimkpa, R. Smith, J. Mpi, R. Sturrey, B. Daneluk, N. Anderson; front row: L. Rubino, P. Arcell. mma Hi 1975 Results iB? 4- 11 ' ■? ' ■ ■ ' A : 11 i life. WmtSKSKSmmi 1 m ; " W. West Virginia University Alderson-Broaddus West Virginia Wesleyan Marietta West Virginia Tech Wheeling West Liberty West Virginia Tech Davis U Elkins Virginia Tech Loss 14-0 Loss 9-0 Loss 6-L Loss 7-1 Loss 1 OT 2-1 Win ■ 5 4 ) Win 4-1 Loss m 3-1 Loss 9-2 Loss 4-0 72--Soccer Lenny Rubino, Co-Captain Led team in assists. Rick Smith, Co-Captain 2nd team All-Conference Led team in goals with 6. Souleman Fouja 1st team All-Conference Led team in goal kicks with 71. Jerry Ogbudimkpa Honorable Mention All-Conference Soccer--73 Coke! You have to be kidding. Kevin Kane showing the fans what Bill Daneluk taught him. Lenny with a good right. Only two wins, but the bodies were always falling. Lenny, get off Coach Nozica ' s infield. standing, left to right: Coach Rosie Sangid, Barbara Carte, Nancy Fish Elizabeth Anderson, Sally Hooten kneeling, left to right: Paula Lee, Betsy Glines, Kathy Hackney. sitting, left to right: Nancy Fish, Lynn Fish, not pictured, Lutfiye Gokcen. WOMEN’S TENNIS Women’s Tennis Results 6-1-1 overall MHC Team 6 4 7 7 7 4 6 7 West Virginia Wesleyan West Virginia University Marshall University Concord Fairmont Marshall University West Liberty Wheeling 1 4 2 0 0 5 1 0 Lynn Fish led the team in victories with 7 wins and 0 losses. Lutfiye Gok¬ cen was second with 5 victories and 0 losses. Lynn Fish and Barbara Carte led the team in doubles with a 4-0 record. Paula Lee Kathy Hackney mmm Nancy Fish Kathy Hackney Paula Lee top row, left to right: Tom Donohue, Coach Carlson, Mike Emley; bottom row: Rod Pearce, Randy McCollum. CROSS COUNTRY Mike " Hole " Emley, you ' re so cute. Coach Carlson: " Although we didn’t win a meet. I ' m looking forward to the re¬ turning underclassmen and next season. Considering our starting time to start conditioning, I was pleased with the men’s dedication and attitude. Randy McCollum placed 20th in the Con¬ ference meet. He also set the school record during the course of the year. 78--Cross Country WOMEN’S VOLLEYBALL ■I tinhl | | .gJjgS BP " - mk. i I top row, left to right: Coach Thomas, Gina Bruner, Kathy Hackney, co-captain Drema Lilly, Robin Machin, Doreen Rutledge; bottom row, co-captain Jackie McMullin, Allyson Whalley, Nancy Burke, Sue Stafford-Smith. " It takes a lot of guts to compete with universities and colleges that have larger enrollments, more women athletes and more financial aid. " Sweet and tender. 23 matches--most by any M.H.C. squad. WEST VIRGINIA INVITATIONAL M.H.C. Duquesne 15,15 9,11 Shepherd 15,15 6,2 Carnegie Mellon 15 , 13,14 7 , 15,16 w.v.u. 0 , 15,15 15 , 5,7 CONCORD INVITATIONAL Marshall 8 , 15,13 15 , 11,15 Shepherd 15,15 1,12 Emory Henry 15 10 MARSHALL TRI-MEET Kentucky State 13,12 10,10 Marshall 8 , 15,15 15 , 7,11 MORRIS HARVEY TRI-MEET West Liberty 10,11 15,15 Morehead University 15,15 5,3 MORRIS HARVEY QUAD. -MEET Bluefield 5,3 15,15 Glenville 4,8 15,15 Fairmont 9,9 13,15 Bluefield 3,4 15 , 15 MORRIS HARVEY QUAD- -MEET Salem 13,12 6,9 Marshall 15,15 2,6 Concord 8,14 15,16 WEST VIRGINIA INTERCOLLEGIATE VOLLEYBALL TOURNAMENT W.V.U. 15,15 4,8 Shepherd 15,15 2,5 West Liberty 9,11 15,15 Good effort by Gina Bruner. ✓ r r Senior Co-captain Jackie McMullin. McMullin and Drema bution Nancy Burke and Allyson-W] 3 st improved players. r • licb n Machin, xpeo;igiced .a Bruner, a be team. • j Hk salt 1 ■ ' 1 ■ m. ' Wmfflm m 4 s " m ■■ L M 5 22 40 £ m N • ' Yv . Usj? 32 tyre 1 1 ZJ | ■ fJVIH J I (m |r 0Mv ; | I top row, left to right: Coach Meckfessel, Assistant Coach Billy Hahn, Ezra Chambers, Bob Neal, Bob Wetesnik, Grant Atkinson, Trainer Bud Francis, S.I.D. Bill King. front row: Phil Morabito, Randy Mc¬ Collum, Mike Boxley, Rick Baruffi, Glen Thomas, Jud Pierson, John Jividen. MEN’S BASKETBALL Captain Bob Wetesnik Meckfessel ' s 200th win, December 13, 1975, Morris Harvey 62, Davis and Elkins 53 President Bliss congratulates Coach Meckfessel with the game ball. — Rick Baruffi and team members listen to Coach Meckfessel ' s strategy during a time out. Bob Neal adding some strength under the boards. Big " E " always in the action. Record 6-20 Marietta Beckley Middle Tennessee Bluefield State West Virginia State Glenville State Davis Elkins Eastern Kentucky Fairmont West Virginia Wesleyan Glenville State Shepherd A lders on-Br oa ddus Marshall University Concord West Virginia Tech Salem West Virginia State Marshall University West Virginia Tech West Liberty Wheeling Fairmont West Virginia Wesleyan Concord Concord (20T) Conference 6-14 MH OPP 59 63 76 57 67 89 80 93 92 77 86 68 62 53 ,, 61 67 76 90 71 85 1 75 79 77 93 62 55 61 90 51 43 54 68 79 59 78 94 64 74 56 61 91 96 62 73 69 93 65 82 62 93 63 68 WVIACT WVIAC Tournament 82 Rick Baruffi taking charge Agile, Mobile, Hostile. Strategy? Freshmen Mike Boxley and Sophomore Ezra Chambers The ' ' Prince " 85 top row, left to right: Coach Bud Francis, Sue St afford-Smith, Heidi Hovorka, Debbie Westmoreland, Vicki Hunt, Barbara Carte, Assistant Coach Jim Buckalew; front row: Anna Cortello, Debbie Hill, Robin Machin, Captain Jackie McMullin, Nancy Burke, Allyson Whalley, Angie Bradford; not pictured, Kathy Hackney. WOMEN’S BASKETBALL 86 Record 26-3 ♦ Lynchburg m B!tiefield State West Virginia State Glenv ile « MarshalDt_miversity Glenvilre State Marshdilljniversity C oncordKT o leg e m MMorehral, State , Rio G ide £ ■ Qo«Ml College, st Virginig tJniversity .ongwood ' Anna Coratello, led team in free throw pet. 68.4; led team in assists , led team in scoring with a 21.7 average. Captain Jackie McMullin led teams in field goal pet. 49.3; also led team in + or - with a +35.5 Coach Francis and Assistant Coach Buckalew South paw Barbara Carte takes it to the hoop. 87 Debbie Westmoreland playing some good offense. Kathy Hackney Freshman Vicki Hunt having a real fine season. 0 ' Lopsided scores such as this shows the strength and ability that enabled Morris Harvey Women ' s Basketball team to win 26 games. Congratulations. The Charleston National Ba GUEST BONUS BONUS FOULS PLAYER FOULS ft ftftftft : x : | " 1 NO SMOKING Women’s Basketball--89 ■ ■ ■ -n » A m f " ,■ - ■ - i SWIMMING Not too much can be said about an 0-10 dual meet record. A lot can be said about Ken Shier, Mike Wrubel, Kal Foust, Bob Nichols and Corky Habarek, the five Morris Harvey swimmers who placed 3rd in the West Virginia Conference, behind West Vir¬ ginia Wesleyan and Champion Fairmont State. Coach Greg Olson ' s philosophy on dual meets is to use them as guide lines to the all-important con¬ ference meet. " Sure a good dual meet record looks good, but our goal was to place high in the conference meet, " said Olson. Olson also commented that the five men worked hard and he was really pleased with their performances. With good results from heavy recruiting, along with Foust, Nichols and Habarek, improvement looks inevitable. Captain Ken Shier 4 year letterman NAIA qualifier Conference Meet 1st--100 Fly 55.9 2nd--100 Free 49. 9 Morris Harvey College record. State Meet 4th--100 Fly 5th--100 Free 90 » l ■ Mike Wrubel 4 year letterman NALA qualifier Conference Meet 2nd --1 meter diving no competition on 3 meter board State Meet 5th--I meter diving 6th--3 meter diving 0 4 6 5 » • • • CONFERENCE MEET 3rd--400 medley relay (Foust, Habarek, Shier, Nichols) 4th--800 Free relay (Shier, Foust, Nichols, Wrubel) 4th--400 Free relay (Foust, Habarek, Nichols, Shier) STATE MEET 5th--400 medley relay (Foust, Habarek, Shier, Nichols) 6th--800 Free relay (Shier, Foust, Nichols, Wrubel) 6th--400 Free relay (Foust, Habarek, Shier, Nichols) Corky Habarek Freshman, 1st year letterman NAIA qualifier CONFERENCE MEET 4th--100 Breast 2nd--200 Breast STATE MEET 6th--100 Breast 5th--200 Breast Bob Nichols Junior, 2 year letterman CONFERENCE MEET 7th--100 Breast STATE MEET 11th--100 Breast Kal Foust Freshman, 1st year letterman CONFERENCE MEET 3rd--100 Back 4th--200 Back 5th--100 Breast STATE MEET 10th—100 Back 8th--200 Back -W top to bottom: Corky Habarek, Lee Hunt, Jim Brown, Rou Savitt, Scott Campbell, Doug Goodis, Jim Ruddell, Paul Manahan, Jeff Lucas, Kal Foust, Bob Nichols, Co¬ captains Ken Shier and Bob Hipkins . WATER POLO Paul Manahan: " I really enjoyed myself, water polo is definitly a growing sport. " Goalie Bob Nichols Club Record 2-5 West Liberty Fairmont G.C.S.A. Greater Lexington Ashland Aqua Bears Bucknell Invitational Morris Harvey Water Polo Club, an inexperienced team, gained much knowledge and play¬ ing experience during the Buck¬ nell Invitional. Mike Wrubel preparing to fire. Water Polo--93 standing, left to right: Carl Sandberg, Mike Walsh, Glen Self, Brian Kern, Bob Hammond, Donjelks, Mike Young, Don Burton, kneeling, left to right: Tim Pittman, Scott Wilson, Don Scott. MEN’S CREW Morris Harvey Crew 1976 Results 3-6 overall Citadel defeated MHC Rollins defeated MHC MHC defeated Alabama- Huntsville Ithaca defeated MHC MHC defeated Wayne State MHC defeated Wayne State Marietta defeated MHC Purdue Virginia defeated MHC MHC finished fifth in MACRA Regatta Dad Vail Regatta, MHC finished fifth 94 standing, left to right: Gretchen Torrey, Elizabeth Anderson, Madelyn Potter, Vicki Hunt, Lauri Murphy, Robin Machin, Mary Mitchell, Betsy Glines; kneeling: coxswain, Jannette Raines. I WOMEN’S CREW This was the first year for Women’s Crew--a very trying and exciting year. Andy Muldoon took on coaching duties in the fall and carried the program into the spring. Interest brought new faces to spring com¬ petition. Although the women lost some tough races, the enthusiasm continued. ;l Mary and Gretchen taking it free and easy. Coach Andy Muldoon John Sciara 1 singles—second in WVIAC MEN’S TENNIS Scott Barr 2 singles—second in WVIAC P I f I ■ £ Rick Prue 3 singles—second in WVIAC 1976 Results--9-7 overall, 9-0 WVIAC MHC TEAM 2 Emory Henry 7 4 Washington Lee 5 VMI (incomplete) 9 W. Va. State 0 7 W. Va. Tech 2 7 Salem j 8 Fairmont l 9 W. Va. State 3 Marshall 2 Virginia Tech 2 W. Virginia 9 W. Va. Tech 9 Davis Elkins 6 W. Va. Wesleyan 8 Concord 0 Morehead 4 Marshall WVIAC Tournament: finished second behind West Liberty. 98 OivOOWOOvJOvIO Peter Clark No. 5 singles, Louis Mynes, finishes first in WVIAC. 1 1 VA.W .1 1 . f.Y » -« Scott Barr 5 John Sciara ! Louis Mynes i standing, left to right: Coach Nozica, Ray Lees, Greg Mori, Ken Samms, Phil Francis, Mark Beckett, Carl Merte, Dan Donovan, John Jividen, Jerry Lett, Bill Woolwine. kneeling, left to right: Mike Pugliese, John McCormick, Mike Wilson, Paul Manley, Rod Gregory, Roger Chambers, Billy Joe Hicks, Ken Given, not pictured: Steve Brown, Dave Chittum, Steve Hall. BASEBALL Phil Francis Senior, 4-year letterman Roger Chambers 1st Team All-Conference, Senior, 4-year letterman WVIAC Steve Hall Senior, 4-year letterman I 101 Mark Beckett, 3b Mike Pugliese, p 103 Ken Samms, c John Jividen, DH lb Dave Chittum, p Ray Lees, p 4 Greg Mori, 2b G DH Steve Brown Hit some strikes? Steve asking Phil advice on Flag-Poils. MHC 2 2 7 4 0 0 11 4 4 8 1 6 6 2 7 3 6 0 7 9 7 8 1 5 5 2 5 3 6 1 7 3 1976 Results—19-13 overall, 11-4 WVIAC TEAM Armstrong State Armstrong State Armstrong State Valdosta State Valdosta State Valdosta State Shorter College A lderson-Broa ddus Alderson-Broaddus Glenville State C oncord Concord West Virginia University Virginia Tech (10 innings) W. Va. Wesleyan W. Va. Wesleyan W. Va. State W. Va. State W. Va. Tech W. Va. Tech Marietta Marietta Virginia Tech Davis G Elkins Davis G Elkins Morehead State Morehead State Fairmont State Fairmont State WVIAC Playoffs West Liberty West Liberty West Liberty 1 105 M ga g i gr -J l Mark Beckett poised and ready. Mike Pug liese Billy Joe Hicks I (Phil Francis) can honestly say this has been the most enjoyable year out ot my four. I could relate stories and incidents that only Roger Chambers and Steve Hall could remember. Only three of us remain from our freshman class. This is the year we shall remember together. It all started with practice the first week of January. The walls started moving in, balls began bouncing off HEADS and the anxiety to go down south caused everyone to be a little edgy. It was all let out and we came back with die best southern trip the school has had. Roomies Hall, Beckett and bunky Pugliese shall never forget the unbelievable and unpredictable things that happened--maids stealing money from our hotel rooms in Savannah, to the magnificent " Flag-Poil " in Valdosta, and then on to the dog food at Shorter. The season started out good with some wins m the conference. We split with some rink teams, but played the way we could against die best teams. It started on our southern trip, by beating Valdosta, Armstrong and Short¬ er. We beat West Virginia University at Morgantown. Number 1 ranked (NAIA) Mari¬ etta came to Charleston and left with 2 losses. Virginia Tech beat us in 10 innings, 2. Morehead State (24-9 at die time) beat us twice in extra innings. Of 32 games, 13 were decided by one run. The games will be remembered, but most of all the laughs and smiles that we brought to each other. " The Flag-Poil " at the beach. 7 Intramurals have come of age at Morris Harvey. The program has greatly improved since my fresh¬ man year, four years ago. Competition could have be counted on one hand in 1972, but the present pro¬ gram consists of anything from a Turkey Trot to a Mountain Climb. Intramurals mean a great deal to the student body, from just a social gathering to fierce competition--fun and laughter along with personal pride. There is fraternity and sorority competitive¬ ness along with the independent tradition. Constant problems and arguing is of the past. It wasn ' t all per¬ fect, a new program has its knots that have to be un¬ tied. I, and I ' m sure the students that participated in intramurals, appreciate Jim Buckalew ' s efforts. Sports Editor I 1 4 INTRAMURALS I i Mike Chamberlain doing it for the Bro ' s. 5 ' j . •%£. Where did you get your cement gloves? ! f Joe Willie Chamberlain? Mary Mitchell (with the hang-nail), Nanette Rothwell, Nanci Snyder ! I i i WOMEN’S INTRAMURAL FOOTBALL CHAMPION—ALPHA XI DELTA CO-REC FOOTBALL CHAMPIONS SIGMA PHI EPSILON AND ALPHA XI DELTA Bob, this is easier than kicking those cinder blocks. Mike Chamberlain and Jannette Raines Wait til they see what Joey taught me. T Pool Ed Burns Racket Ball Ron Hoke Foul Shooting Individual Barry Wheatcraft Team Badminton Men--Sigma Phi Epsilon Women--Old Gold Womens Team Tennis Champion Skremos Team Tennis--01d Gold Volleyball Men--Old Gold Women--Old Gold Co-Rec--01d Gold Mountain Climb Run Men--Rolling Rocks Women--Old Gold Turkey Trot Southside Track Club Archery Men--Old Gold Women--Alpha Xi Delta Tug of War Sigma Phi Epsilon Table Tennis A1 Bloom Badminton Champions--John Oplinger and Mike Halpern 6 ft. and under Champion Randy McCollum 6 ft. and over Champion Steve (Alfred, KY, Ken¬ tucky, Fred) Hall Randy McCollum and Tim Cager compete for the 6 ft. and under. mm ims mi Imim, l»i i ONE ON ONE Intramural Director Jim Buckalew presents first-place trophy to Steve Hall standing, left to right: 6 ft. under, 3rd place, David Tincher; 6ft under, 2nd place, Tim Cager; 6ft over, 3rd place, Dan Donovan; 6 ft. over, 2nd place, Ron Britton, kneeling, left to right: 6 ft. under Champion, Randy McCollum; 6 ft. over Champion, Steve Hall. BASKETBALL CHAMPIONS ANCHORA a ' V i. 4 ' Pistol Kevin putting a show on. Softball Champions--TKE ' s SOFTBALL I wish I had my Flag-Poil back Itchy (Paul Arcell), second in balloting for All Star MVP. All-Star Winners All-Star Runners-Up 1976 ALL-STARS All-Star catcher Peacock (My-Shoes) Men ' s All-Year Champions--Sigma Phi Epsilon Most Valuable Player: Bill Sothen All-Year Champions Men--Sigma Phi Epsilon Women--Alpha Xi Delta Co-Rec--Alpha Xi Delta and Sigma Phi Epsilon A good indication of this year ' s program. seated, 1. to r.: Debbie Skulski, Kathy Tramel, Cyndi Norman, Lyrni DaughertyLisa Dandy; standing, 1. to r.: Mary Naylor, Jan Underwood, Casey Chapman, Marilyn Ulbrich, Robin Millstone, Bonita Bowman. ALPHA OMICRON PI The ideals of Alpha Omicron Pi are to encourage a spirit of love among its mem¬ bers; to stand at all times for character, dignity, scholarship, strong college spirit; and to strive for and support the best interests of the college and sorority. Some of the sorority’s activities include the winter and spring formals, bake and bagels sales, participating in Panhellenic Association, and just getting together for some good times. , . . Alpha Omicron Pi helps all the sisters make it through the year and gives them something to look forward to when the new school year starts. Each woman shares a part of herself and grows in many ways which helps to fulfill her life. Greeks--119 front row, 1. to r.: Charlene Parsons, Sue Stafford-Smith, Liz Anderson, Mary Kay Anania, Kathy Moynahan, Gretchen Torrey, Eileen Quinn, back row, 1. tor.: Ellen Strickler, Laurie Murphy, Cindy Mitchell, Nanci ' Fonz ' Snyder, Nancy Fish, Jenny Randazzo, Cathy Clay. GAMMA DELTA PHI Gamma Delta Phi was founded on the campus of Morris Harvey College on October 11, 1967, by a group of women with the attitude that individuals can join together and establish the true meaning of sisterhood. The sorority is proud to be the only local sorority on campus. As a local sorority, Gamma Delta Phi has proven itself to be a vital force on cam¬ pus through education, athletic, and social contributions. But above all, the sorority distinguishes itself by stressing individual thought and by uniting through the common bond of sisterhood. 120--Greeks Greeks--121 front row, 1. tor.: Connie Kawash, Nancy Pauley, Anna Coratello, Betsy Glines, Sharon Vaughn, back row, 1. tor.: Julia Brawley, Jessica Bradford, Barbara Burnette, Cindy Perry, Paula Hundley. ALPHA XI DELTA Friendship, scholarship, and achievement characterize the sisters of Alpha Xi Delta Sorority. The sorority is known for its active participation in campus organizations, college athletics, and the community. The sisters perform a variety of philanthropic acts on both a local and national level. A few of their traditional activities include a Founder’s Day Tea, winter and spring formats, shoe shines and popcorn sales. The sisters of Alpha Xi Delta believe sorority membership is a set of ideals, and they strive to make those ideals an integral part of their daily lives. 122--Greeks " .t ■3 w ; Greeks--123 kneeling: Teresa Belcher, standing, 1. tor.: Robin Day, Jan Hannabas. back row, 1. to r.: Sharon Ferrell, Dianna Pring, Carol Patterson, Dianna Carrico, Cathy Childress, Teresa Robertson, Cindy Jarrell, Sherry Walker, Tammy Shock, April Legg. DELTA ZETA PLEDGE CLASS l f I 124--Greeks Greeks--125 front row, 1. to r.: Lisa Dandy, Nanci Snyder, Valerie Bailey, Teresa Siders. back row, 1. to r.: Colleen Jackson, Yolanda Marino, Jane Yates, Ellen Strickier, Nancy Fish, Karen Merriman, advisor, Julia Brawley, Lynn Daugherty, Jan Underwood, Barbara Burnette. PANHELLENIC ASSOCIATION The Panhellenic Association’s purposes are to maintain on a high plane sorority life and inter-sorority relations within the college; to further fine intellectual accomplishments and sound scholarship; to be a forum for the discussion of all the questions of interest in the college and sorority world; and to compile rules governing rushing, pledging, and initiations on the campus. It’s an organization which binds the sororities on campus together, providing a means for them to contribute to the campus and the community as a unit. 126--Greeks Greeks--127 front row, 1. to r.: Bob Nichols, Kenny Kratt, Dave Martin, Jeff Robertson, Chuck Smith, middle row, 1. to r.: Greg Mori, Steve Kawash, David Keightley, Tom Mitchell, Joe Wood, Randy McCollum, John Robertson, advisor, back row, 1. to r.: A. Dewey Sanders, Mike Mallon, Tom Moriarty, Rick Smith, Dave Steele, Steve Stump, Paul Manley. SIGMA PHI EPSILON The Morris Harvey chapter of Sigma Phi Epsilon was founded in 1970, and is a social fraternity which fosters and promotes brotherhood. The brothers are active in college sports, in student government, and in all other aspects of college life. Sigma Phi Epsilon is " tomorrow’s fraternity for today ' s man. " Times have changed and so have they. They are looking to the future. Responsibility, integrity, community service, lasting friendship, and brotherhood--that ' s what it ' s all about. 128--Greeks front row, 1. tor.: Paul Arcell, John Block, Jeff Weinberg, Kal Foust, middle row, 1. to rMark Beckett, Ken Shier, Glenn Self, Darrell Winefordner, Mike Peacock, back row, 1. tor.: Mike Eml ey, Bruce Levme, Neil Anderson, Stan Wallace, advisor. ALPHA SIGMA PHI This school year has marked the re-emergence of Alpha Sigma Phi as a strong and vital organization of the Morris Harvey campus. The growth and unification of Alpha Sigma Phi has been an united effort of the brothers and alumni brothers who are proud to carry on the high standards and traditions of the fraternity. This year ' s social activities were capped by the Spring Weekend and Dance in April. Greeks--129 front row, l. tor.: Bob Viscuso, Dave Jarvis, Bob Hipkins, Mike Garcia, Scott Campbell, J.J. Smith, back row, 1. tor.: Brady Adkins, Mark Bowen, Mike Singer, Dan Evans, George Hawthorne, Don Scott, Carl Sandberg. TAU KAPPA EPSILON 130--Greeks front row, 1. tor.: Tom Doran, Dave Gresham, Tim Martin, Jim Jones, Dave Ma- hone. back row, 1. to r.: Steve Ashby, Dave Perry, Steve McNabb, John Schmidt, Don Burton, Tim Cook. Greeks--131 front row, 1. to r.: Dave Perry, Mike Garcia, Jan Underwood, Tom McDonald, back row, 1. to r.: Bob Viscuso, Paul Underwood, Steve Ross. KNIGHTS OF ALPHA OMICRON PI 132--Greeks » ft? r- ; 1. tor.: Connie Kawash, Sharon Vaughn, Cindy Jarrell, Susan Carney, Kenny Kratt, Cindy Martin, Cathy Childress, Mary Sue Thompson, Roberta Flowers. GOLDEN HEARTS OF SIGMA PHI EPSILON Greeks--133 front row, 1. tor.: John Oplinger, Greg Mori; middle row, 1. tor.: Rick Smith, Paul Manley, Roberta Flowers, Chuck Smith, Dave Martin; back row, 1. to r.: Jim Brown, John Crudo, Ralph Del Priore, Bob Nichols. GOLDEN LAMPS OF DELTA ZETA 134--Greeks 7 - Greeks--135 136--Greeks Greeks--137 HARVEYAN ART GALLERY 140--Harveyan Art Gallery 142--Harveyan Art Gallery Harveyan Art Gallery--145 immmm p»aii€ IjfllS m aimwKg3mm ppa a pHI M1M- ■■■ ; ' ■ . ip i ■ g® v v.?i l fffd «»4»i m«9 KiAMMIll 147 i 150 . s r ■ . Jr, 31 ■ . L r wL- jflk m- ■ w f ' W V K ' flK i jiff r ■ M first row, 1. to r.: Daria Upton, Sherri Tribble, Yo Marino, Sharon Aaron, Mary Sue Thompson, Jean French, Terri Moore, Judy McVicker, Cathy Childress; second row, 1. to r.: Jane Yates, Cheryl Shinn, Kim Smith, Sandy Hodges, Teresa Bel¬ cher, Lynn McLaughlin, Cathy Neal, Debbie Aaron, Colleen Cucchiara, third row, 1. tor.: Tim Martin, Tom Humphries, Tom Doran, Rick Meadows, Jesse Smith, Chuck Buerhaus, Jay Wicker, Larry Beener; fourth row, 1. to r.: Steve Ashby, Ron Oxley, Steve Brown, Tony Lorenz, Tim Pittman, George Hawthorne, Greg Hayes, Scott Campbell, Mike Singer, Wayne Dicken. The Morris Harvey College Philharmonic Choir performs as a concert group, appearing at various college functions and public programs, junior and senior high school assemblies, service clubs and church groups in West Virginia and other states. The choir is best known for its annual performance of the ’’Messiah " at Christmas. The choir has an annual Spring Concert Tour. This year the choir toured throughout West Virginia and Ohio. 154- -Organizations seated, 1. to r.: Lisa Dandy, Doreen Rutlege, Debbie Myers, Ruie Geraj; middle row, 1. to r.: Mrs. Burger, Rickie Thomas, Terri Siders, Chuck Smith; back row, 1. to r.: Rickie Rucker, Margie Lowen, Becky Mathews, Mark Robertson, Pam Hunt. The Morris Harvey College Players was established for the purpose of increasing the student’s awareness in both the direction and produc¬ tion phases of drama. props lights stage manager lines director costumes main character leading lady stage right act I scene II programs Organizations- -155 Commuter Rooters The Commuter Rooter Club is a service club for the college and com¬ munity. The main purpose of this club is to maintain good communications with the commuting students. This year the Commuter Rooters spon¬ sored Night at the Races, Las Vegas Night, Christmas Dance, Senior Dance, food drive for needy families during Christmas, and took orphans ice skating. 156--Organizations kneeling, 1. to r.: Mary Mitchell, Sally Hooten, Kim Lovejoy, Sue Christian; standing, 1. to r.: Miss Sangid, Neal Ander¬ son, Glenn Self, Mark Beckett, John Block, Mike Wilson, Madelene Potter, Mrs. Thomas. Physical Education Club The Physical Education Club is open for membership to students who are majoring in physical education or using physical education as a second teaching field. It strives to stim¬ ulate a diversified and intelligent interest in health, physical education, and recreation at Morris Harvey College, and to advance the standards of teaching and leadership. Organizations--157 kneeling 1. to r.; Pam Wesley, Holly Hannah; back row, 1. to r.: Casey Jarvis, Nanette Rothwell, Gill Bohlinger. GOLDEN EAGLES’ CHEERLEADERS MHC cheerleaders are spirit leaders and seekers. 158--Organizations STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION And CLASS OFFICERS Senior Class Officers Sophomore Class Officers 160--Organizations front row, 1. to r.; Steve Kawash, Kathy Moynahan, Bob Hedesh, Lisa Dandy, Debbie Hountz; back row, 1. to r.: John Block, Nanci Snyder, Bill King, Mike Garcia, Steve McNabb, Sherri Rodgers, Ellen Strickler, Laura Hamill, and Cathy Tarkett. The S. G. A. has four distinct duties: to act as a sounding board for student opinion; to be responsible for providing campus leadership by sponsoring school projects of a civic, social intellectual, and spiritual nature; to represent the students officially, at the request of the College administration, by appointing student representatives to College committees and by recommending students for awards; and to represent the student officially at functions spon¬ sored by or with other colleges and the community. Organizations- -161 Black Student Union Of MHC 1. to r.: William Otis, Dave Sheppard, Vanessa Brown, Ron Britton, Phil Nunn, Mark Roberts. The primary objectives of this organization are to: develop the identity and the intimacy of each of its members; to provide the opportunity of achieving personal and social maturity to encourage successful scholastic achievement; to promote student and public appreciation; and to support the high standards of ethics and practices. 162 - -Organizations MHC STUDENT PUBLICATIONS The Comet Staff Since 1921 " The Comet " has been the official weekly pub¬ lication at Morris Harvey College. Every student can be informed about cam¬ pus events by reading his college newspa¬ per. Students are welcome to help the staff on a volunteer basis. Lee Smith front row, 1. tor.: Sheri O’Dell, advisor; Pam Hunt, Ron Hoke, Joe Pacifico; back row, 1. to r.: Terri Siders, Sue Hendricks, Kathy Moynahan, Sherri Rodgers, Barry Burger. Kathy Moynahan 164--Organizations The Comet ty-fourth Year, Number 23 Charleston, West Virginia April 29, 197 Flicks t2h “The Agony and the Ecstasy " Saturday, Feb. 14 ®he Unmet Amartrn SGA Files Admission by I.D. only 7:30 p.m. Geary Auditorium Q Tuition Raise Explanations Tedious y The Comet Editor Morris Harvey College Charleston, West Virginia .Susan Hendricks April 29,1976 Assistant Editor .Sherri Rodgers News Editor.Terri Siders Sports Editor.Barry Burger Reporters . Joe Pacifico ' Cathy Tarkett, Pam Hunt, Shiela Reed. Stan Jenkins Photographers .Lee Smith, Ron Hoke, Kathy Moynahan Advisor . Sheri 0 Dell Published weekly during the regular terms. Thursdays, by Morris Harvey College students Mailed as regular third class matter. Address inquiries for local rates and other business mail (subscriptions, change of address) to Business Manager, The Comet, Morns Harvey College. Charleston. W Va 25304 Subscription rate U S Mail $1.50 per semester Phone 346-9471. Ext 227 ALL REMARKS. OPINIONS. OBSERVATIONS, AND OTHER EDITORIAL MATTER EXPRESSED IN THIS PUBLICATION ARE SOLELY THOSE OF THE EDITOR AND THE COMET STAFF AND DO NOT NECESSARILY REFLECT ADMINISTRATIVE POLICY. The College Relations Office is accepting applica¬ tions for Comet , Harveyan, and photographers positions. All applicants must have a 2.0 or better cumulative average. Tuition grants are available for both full-time and part- time positions. Comet positions include editor, assistant editor, news editor, sports editor, and business manager. Harveyan jobs include editor and two assistant editors. Photographer applicants should have darkroom ex¬ perience. The office will also hire a student artist to make signs and illustrations for eampus organizations. All applications must be filed in Rm. 310, GSU, no later than Friday, Apr. 30. • THE COMET morris BKarueus Jfltrst Si-Annual (Emnpoon 4 Harveyan 1976 Jane Ann Yates Editor-In-Chief before . . . during . . . I The editor and staff members are proud to edit the 1976 edition of the Harveyan. As in years past, this year ' s staff worked hand in hand with the administration, faculty, and student body to produce this yearbook. The 1976 Harveyan Staff would like to congratulate the 1976 graduating class of Morris Harvey College. We wish them the best of luck in the years to come. after . . . Phil Francis Sports Editor Tammy Shock Greek and Student Life Editor 166 This always seems to be the most difficult page to do. As editor I spend many hours planning layouts, doing paper work and trying to organize the book and my staff. It is a lot of hard work, but it is also a great deal of fun. There have been moments when I thought the book would never get done and quitting was the only way out, and I did that once, but there always seemed to be that moment of hope that pulled me through. Please accept my sincere apologies for certain things not shown in the book. Due to some technical difficulties on our part, some things had to be omitted. The 1976 Harveyan Staff would like to express its appreciation to the administration, faculty, and student body for making this yearbook possible. I don’t know where to begin to thank all the people who have helped me with this yearbook: to the administration and faculty, for their cooperation; to Sheri O ' Dell, for her understanding and words of encouragement; to Lois Slone for putting up with me for three years; to Jack Pierce, for his understanding and encouragement when I needed a friend; to Tammy and Phil, for their hard work; to the photography staff for their assistance; to Faith, Yo, Rene, and Terri, for their patience and jokes when things were going wrong; and last, but not least, to my mother for the long distant phone calls, her words of understanding, and love. Thank you, I love you all. I have had the opportunity of working on the yearbook for three years, and each year seemed to get better. I am really going to miss the college, working on the Harveyan, all the people who have made my four years of hard work beautiful memories. Take care and God Bless you all. Jane Ann Yates 1976 Harveyan 167 PRESIDENT ROBERT BLISS President Bliss giving his Inauguration speech, April 24, 1976. Morris Harvey College acquired a new presi¬ dent this year. His name is Robert LaVerne Bliss. President Bliss has been a pleasant addition to the administration and faculty of the college. He brought with him a pleasant smile and a hat full of new ideas. One of his goals was to personally meet all the students he could during the year. To say the least, he did just that. President Bliss loves MHC as much as we love him. If you should ever see a man walking the halls of MHC wearing a big smile, glasses and a yel¬ low suit, don ' t mistake him for a walking lemon-- it will be President Bliss. 169 ACADEMIC DEAN Frank Badger VICE PRESIDENT AND TREASURER Belford Roberts 170--Faculty Sue Bohnert Records Counselor Sue Bostic Cashier Betty Caldwell Student Financial Aid Officer and Director of Placement James Wallace Assistant Registrar Richard Kennell Director of Housing James Rucker Superintendent of Grounds Faculty--171 Dr. A. Dewey Sanders Administrative Vice President for Student Affairs Mary Bitter Dean of Women John Robertson Dean of Men Marietta Cawse Director of Counseling and Testing Frank LePage Director of Development Funds C. T. Miller College Chaplain 172--Faculty .V-i- V, ... .■■■!. Department Of Mathematics Dr. Neale Blackwood Dept. Head Stella Cooksey THE DIVISION OF THE SOCIAL SCIENCES Dr. Edgar Gray Div. Chair. Department Of Geography Dr. Charles Lieble Dept. Head Faculty--177 Department Of Health And Physical Education I j Dr. Albert Long Dept. Head James Buckalew John Carlson Department Of History Dr. Sarah Johnston Fred Ranson Department of Political Science Evelyn Harris Charles Daugherty Dept. Head Facultv--179 Department Of Psychology 180--Faculty Department Of Education Department Of Business Administration, Including Computer Science And Secretarial Science Dr. Robert Landolt Ro Y Payne Theodore Quast Div. Chair. Dept. Head Faculty--181 Department Of Radiologic Technology Oleta A. Higginbotham Department of Nursing Department of Medical Laboratory Technology Marie Garrett 182--Faculty S 7 8 ; -A- v,- A ■ - ■ ■;■■■, ■ ■ - v „- ? -ns® Paul Arcell Gene Ayers Kim Ayers Teresa Barnett Pam Blackshire Jon Block Bonita Bowman Mike Boxley Marsha Bradford Barbara Brand Ann Brown Wendy Bryant Kathy Buckenheimer Barry Burgess Vicky Burr Joanne Carpenter Elizabeth Carte Cathy Childress Janice Clark Jeffrey Dean 184--Freshmen , F? ,- .... . , 1 •t . ■■■. ■ ? . U i - : { X . ' • . • • fxmkm ■ . iffggf Diana Dempsey Tom Doran Sheila Duncan Yvonne Easley Robert Easley Myrna Faber Darnell Felton Sharon Ferrell Scott Fersko Karen Fiands Michele Field Rebecca Frasure Cork Habereck Teresa Haddox Lois Halstead Teresa Harris Louis Hussell Jeri Holbrook Wanda Holcomb George Howarth Freshmen--185 Vicki Hunt Connie Hurley Casey Jarvis Stan Jenkins Athel Kinsolving Charles Knapp Ursula Koba April Legg Cheryl Ldcke Jeff Lucas Kitty Me Cloy Kim McFarland Linda McKinney Debbie McNeely Major Me Young Tim Martin Arthur Modugno Nancy Moore Philip Morabito Mary Rose Nair Kevin Naylor Kathy Neal Edward Nesta John Oplinger Jean Plants Barry Prince Debbie Pritt Linda Raines Teresa Ranson Barry Rose Ronald Rose Donald S. Rucker Doreen Rutledge John Schmidt Fern Schochet Tammy Shock Lib Simon Pamela Sizemore Drema Smith Cathy Tarkett Freshmen--187 um Georgia Thomas Lynn Thompson Gary Thompson Robert Torrey Paul Underwood Sherry Walker Jeff Weinberg Debbie Wheeler Mike Wilson Patricia Wolfe , ■ ' , - -wi to.. ■ “ ' • S ' A i® , ' ■ ■ ■ ' mm, 188--Freshmen Brady Adkins Elizabeth Anderson Jane Bailey Valerie Bailey Debbie Baker Diane Bays Teresa Belcher Jo Ann Bing Angela Bragg Ronald Britton Vanessa Brown Diana Brown Carla Brown James Brown Kathy Campbell Scott Campbell Susan Carney Bobbie Casey David Chittum Debbie Curry 190 - - Sophomores Teresa Daubenspeck Robin Day Wayne Dicken Jane Dittman Sharon Dundas Mary Edwards Mike Emley Dan Evans Mike Fienman Roberta Flowers Mike Garcia Susan Gillespie Maggie Ginther Rod Gregory Dave Gresham Bonnie Hager Robert Hammond George Hawthorne Debbie Hill Ron Hoke Sophomores - -191 Debbie Hountz Colleen Jackson Don Jelks Steve Kawash David Keightley Annie Kirkham Nikki Lawman Tony Lorenz Randy McCollum Jackie McKinney Judith McVicker Vickie Miller Ed Mitchell Mans our Moawad Kim Nicholson Suzanne Nickell Karen Null Mike Peacock Robert Perry Patty Petty- 192 - - Sophomores Jeffrey Pfost Jerry Pinson Connie Proch Robin Pryor Sharon Quinn Teresa Robertson David Sheppard Teresa Siders Roland Simons Linda Sizemore Charles Smith Debbie Smoot Sue Stafford—Smith David Steele Bryce Stotts Joe Sweetnich Christy Velasquez Michael Walsh Eugenia Whittington Beverly Young Sophomores - -193 Grant Atkinson Harry Barker Leslie Bartner Julia Bird Delaina Bivins Jan Brown Timothy Gager Linda Cupit Barbara Curley Ted Czubacki Lynn Dougherty Mike Evans Barry Fishman Mike Galloway Andrea Harper Robert Hipkins Sandra Hodges Chuck Hoffman Phillip Hundley Pamela Hunt I Juniors--195 David Jarvis John Jividen Connie Kawash Karen Lewis Stephen McNabb Yolanda Marino Paula Meador Thomas Mitchell Terri Moore Lauren Murphy Robert Nichols Jerry Ogbudimkpa Nelson Okereke Cynthia Perry Michael Singer Lee Smith Robert Sussman Mary Sue Thompson Janet Underwood William White QOOd LUCk !!! Alan Bloom Sociology Mary Barnette Bus. Adm. Larry Beener Sociology Melody Boggs Nursing Julie Brawley Sec. Sci. Charles Andrews Bus. Adm. William Brewster Pol. Sci. Edward Burns Sociology Evelyn Carr Radiology 198--Seniors John Chapman Bus. Adm. Sheree Compton Eng. Soc. Donald Cook Bus. Adm. Valerie Coon Elem. Ed. Richard Crouser English Lisa Dandy Speech William Daneluk Phys. Ed. Leila Ann Dilley Elem. Ed. Edwin Eisenbeis Sociology Seniors--199 Nelson Ellifritz Speech Phil Francis Phys. Ed. Steve Hall Phys. Ed. Sallie Facinoli Bus. Adm. Brenda Goff Nursing Souleman Fouja Bus. Adm. Kathy Hackney Phys. Ed. Janet Hamilton English Denise Hammond Nursing 200--Seniors Nina A. Harmon Nursing George P. Hartshorne Biology Gregory Hayes Rel. Phil. Debra Haynes Nursing Tressie Hays Math Robert Hedesh Pol. Sci. John Hill Rel. Phil. Dan Hoke Patricia Hughart Biology Nursing Seniors--201 Rita Hunt Nursing Jane Keeney Biology Camille Keller Education Sharron Kendall Bus. Adm. Acct. William S. King III English Edward Kondakdjian Phys. Ed. Spanish Michael Lacy Bus. Adm. James Lewis Sec. Ed. Theresa Lonker English Soc. Studies 202--Seniors Patricia Lowe Radiology Cathy S. Lucas Education JoAnne Lynch Biology Debbie McCarty Sociology Beverly McClellan Nursing Lynn McDaniel Radiology Lynn McLaughlin Music Michael Mallon Bus. Adm. Paul G. Manahan Phys. Ed. Seniors--203 Brenda Midkiff Early Child. Ed. Lois Null Nursing Edward Mullins Bus. Adm. Doris C. Parsons Sociology French Clarence Moore History Charles Morris III Kathleen Moynahan Louann Munday Bus. Adm. Sociology Sociology Glenn R. Pauley Biology 204--Seniors Nancy R. Pauley Education Ralph Pauley History Ernest Powers Bus. Ed. Vickie E. Pritt Med. Sec. Sc. Veneta R. Peak Nursing Christene Reel Nursing Robin Riffee Nursing Sharon D. Rollins Nursing Sandy Rose Nursing Seniors---205 Mary S. Smith Early Child Ed. Vince Smith Bus. Adm. Nanci S. Snyder Phys. Ed. Jesse J. Smith Larry E. Smith Bus. Adm. History Faith Sapper Sociology Jay Spencer Sociology Roger Stanley Bus. Adm. Ellen Strickler Sociology 206--Seniors Tommy Thompson Rel. Phil. David Tincher Sociology Mary Wade Nursing Steve Webb Barry Wheatcraft Business Phys. Ed. Ann Whittington Nursing Michael Willard Bus. Adm. Belinda Williams Nursing Jane Ann Yates Music Ed. Seniors--207 AYEEE—!!! 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