Morris Harvey College - Harveyan Yearbook (Charleston, WV)

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In the shadow of the mountain by Kanawah’s river Our beloved Alma Mater proudly stands forever . Morris Harvey, Morris Harvey, true, we’ll ever be Morris Harvey, Morris Harvey, hail, all hail to thee Color Photography by Ron Hoke 4 4 Vines which cling to walls so stately, silver clouds above thee Winding stairways, leading upward, we will always love thee. To the hours we spent in gleaning wisdom, knowledge, learning; To the days of toil and play our thoughts will e ’er be turning. 5 This, the 1977 HARVEYAN is dedicated to those who made it possible; it is inscribed to the students. It seems only fitting that due should be paid to those who give the meaning for existence. The yearbook is a record of the life - the laughter and tears of being a college student. It is a priceless source of enjoyment and information in the years to come. 6 HARVEYAN1977 MORRIS HARVEY COLLEGE CHARLESTON, WEST VIRGINIA Editor-in-Chief. . . Tammy Shock Associate Editors: Greeks and Student Life- Sports- Photographers- Lee Smith Mike Olah Advisors- Taylor Yearbook Representative- -Sherri O’dell " V. ; ’• ; l Nancy Howell ' % ,, V MORRIS HARVEY COLLEGE RIGGLEMAN HALL 8 Riggleman Hall is the main campus building. It houses lecture halls and classrooms, laboratories, faculty and administrative offices, as well as the following: Wehrle B. Geary Auditorium, Thomas Memorial Library, A. W. Cox Reception Hall, and a First Aid Room. Also housed in Riggleman are the Treasurer ' s Office, Mail Room, Student Financial Aid and Placement, Service Office, Registrar ' s Office, Admissions Office, the Vice-President and Academic Dean ' s Office, and the President ' s Office. 9 GEARY STUDENT UNION Geary Student Union provides students with recreation, meeting rooms and other facilities. The thre£ story building consists of on the first floor the Coffee Tavern, game rooms, Information Center, and a large public lounge. On the second floor is the Art Gallery, the College Store, the Maroon and Gold Room, and cafeteria. Situated also in GSU on the third floor is the ballroom, Music Listening Lounge, various offices and meeting rooms. 12 KING GYMNASIUM AND GORMAN PHYSICAL EDUCA TION BUILDING 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 swimming pool, auxiliary basketball cross courts, areas for archery, dancing, gymnastics, and wrestling. • . 15 Dorms Women students reside in Dickinson Hall which houses approximately 195 coeds on the main campus. Men students reside in two separate residence halls on the main campus known as the Michael L. Benedum and the A. W. Cox Halls, housing a total of 211 students. DICKINIOB MALI STUDENT LIFE ORIENTATION The first weekend back on campus was highlighted by a luncheon and ride on the P. A. Denny, a reception at the home of President Bliss, a party in the C. T. , a riverbank picnic and friends, old and new. h 19 FALL FESTIVAL Despite battles with the weather, Fall Festival was still a success, with a Pizza-Beer party in the Coffee Taverne and the crowning of Fall Festival Queen, Cathy Clement at the formal dance. 22 Cathy Clement Fall Festival Queen CASINO NIGHT The compulsive gamblers of the campus had their night when the Student Government Association sponsored its " Casino Night. " A variety of games of chance were offered which provided an evening of excitement for everyone who took part. TRICK OR TREAT! Halloween took on a special atmosphere this year as the Commuter Rooters sponsored a Masquerade Ball. Imaginations ran wild with the costumed characters competing for the first prize, won by Raggedy Ann and Andy, Sue Britton and Chuck Smith. SKATE LAND A very active group, the Commuter Service Organization, formerly the Commuter Rooters, sponsored a skating activity at Skateland in Kanawha City. Even with a f ew trips and spills, those students who took part kept things rolling! 27 DORM LIFE 30 r COX HALL OFFICERS: Scott Wilson, Mike Wilson, Jeff Sadow, president. DICKINSON HALL DORM DOUNCIL PRESIDENT: Janie Bailey. 31 HAPPY HOLIDA YS! Christmas was celebrated with the traditional Christmas assembly program and with a special, Commuter Rooter sponsored dance. • THE GONG SHOW A little bit different entertainment was provided this year with a " Gong Show " sponsored by the Delta Zeta Sorority. A wide variety of acts participated, with first prize awarded to Judi McVicker and the Silver Legs award going to Steve Wojickie. 34 MARY, MARY Due to the success of last year ' s program and popular request, the Morris Harvey Players presented another dinner theatre. Jean Kerr’s MARY, MARY was directed by Bettijane Burger and starred Mike Wilson and ' Nancy Kersey, with Valerie McGone, Dave Liniak and Phil Reichert. ■i 36 APPALACHIAN FESTIVAL This year marked the ninth annual Appalachian Festival. In another successful effort to explore and enjoy the heritage of the area, the festival brought many distinguished guests to Morris Harvey, including Kevin Tighe, Richard Chase, Betty Smith, Louise McNeill Pease, the Putman County Pickers, Carolina Regional Theatre, Dr. O. Norman Simpkins, and Dr. Cratis Williams. Also involved in the program were Morris Harvey ' s own Vince Lewis, Murial Miller Dressier and Ms. Mary Lee Daugherty. 38 LET’S GO TO THE RACES One of the events sponsored by the Commuter Service Organization was the Cinema Races. Another opportunity for the big ’’gamblers " to show their skills, the participants bet on filmed horse races, with the " money " and refreshments provided by the Commuters. 40 WINDUP WEEKEND Despite some bad weather, Wind-up Weekend was a success once again. The activities began with a disco in the CT Friday night, followed by a semi-formal dance Saturday. The Sunday picnic was moved into the CT with entertainment by a live band. 41 We’ll remember always . . . GRADUA TION DA Y! 44 mmm w sm f • • SOCCER 47 TOP ROW, Left to Right: M. Mazzella , S. McNabb, R. Smith, M. Wilson, K. Kane, J. Chromoy, J. Ballinger, P. Arcell, J. Spencer, T. Passerello, B. Bradberry . BOTTOM ROW, Left to Right: A. Giannopolis, K. Linkoff, J. Ogbudimpka, P. Reichert, J. Weinberg, J. Scharff, R. Rose, K. Kacson, B. Sensay. ’ " Manager Ujf f " 1976 MHC Soccer Results Davis and Elkins Alderson-Broaddus West Virginia University West Virginia Wesleyan Marietta Wheeling West Virginia Tech Virginia Tech Radford West Liberty Davis and Elkins Loss 0-3 Loss 0-3 Loss 0-4 hi Won 0-5 Won 1-0 Won 8-2 | J Won rasaM 4-1 - i BBr Won ’ • ?»■ 4-1 - i ■» Won SB 4-1 Won 2-1 Loss 0-5 Rick (Star) Smith Captain 6-5 Overall 3-4 Conference LA 48 Rosie Sangid Women’s Tennis Coach DATE OPPONENT RESULTS Sept. 10 Morehead State Morehead 4-3 Sept. 17 Eastern Ky. Univ. EKU 7-0 Sept. 17 University of Ky. UK 7-0 Sept. 18 W.Va. University WVU 7-0 Sept. 24 Fairmont MHC 6-1 Sept. 30 Morehead State Cancelled - rain Oct. 2 West Liberty State Cancelled - rain Oct. 4 W.Va. Wesleyan MHC 4-3 Oct. 6 Concord MHC 5-2 Oct. 7 Marietta Cancelled - rain Oct. 12 Marshall Marshall 6-1 Oct. 13 Marshall Marshall 6-1 Oct. 15-16 WVIAA TOURNAMENT Results Marshall- 16 Shepherd- -5 WVU - - -11 Wesleyan- 2 MHC - 8 Fairmont- -0 West Liberty- --7 Concord- 0 LEFT: STANDING, Left to Right: Barbara Carte, Doreen Rutledge, Heidi Hovorka, Paula Lee. KNEELING: Susan Stafford-Smith, Anna Coratello, Judy Campbell. 1976-77 WOMEN’S TENNIS 53 54 4 No. 1 Singles Player Barbara Carte No. 1 Doubles Team Barbara Carte and Paula Lee TOP ROW, Lft. to Rt.: Joe Gaston, Kenny Rucker, Steve Wojcicki, Terry Barrett. KNEELING: Dutch Schermerhorn, Coach Carlson, Rod Pearce. CROSS COUNTRY i 1977 Cross Country Results 1 | DATE ■{ Sept. 15 TEAM OR SITE W.Va. Tech, W.Va. State Morris Harvey FINISH 1 3rd Sept. 18 Virginia 10-miler Sept. 23 W. Va. Tech, Morris Harvey 1st 1 Sept. 30 W.Va. Tech, W.Va. State Morris Harvey 3rd | Oct. 8 Rockefeller Five-0 7th 1 Oct. 15 West Liberty Invitational 8th | Oct. 28 W.Va. State, W.Va. Tech Morris Harvey 2nd Nov. 5 W. V. I. A. C. Championship 5 th Rod Pearce Captain This year ' s Cross Country has made several notable accomplishments of which we are proud. Such accomplishments are as follows: - Won its first dual meet in a number of years. - Accomplished its best conference finish. - Had the first female to run Cross Country in the W. V.I. A.C. Conference, and, in the school ' s history. We’ve come a long way. We only hope that the coming season is even better. Dutch Schermerhorn MHC Course - (29:08) Kenny Rucker W.V.I.A.C. Championship Terry Barrett First Woman in WVIAC (28:56) .4 56 ifSSRf ykWR s 3 SARVtn HAHVEY stf RJs ms STANDING, Left to Right: Coach Emma Jean Thomas, Lynda Parker, Robin Machin , Kim Smith. KNEELING, from Left to Right: Robin Turley, Lauren Murphy, Brenda Stevens. NOT PICTURED: Sue Stafford-Smith. denotes Co-Captains. Nancy Burke 1976-77 Women ' s Volleyball Results DATE OPPONENT OPP. MHC 10 05 76 West Virginia University 15,15 5,13 10 08 76 Marshall 15,15 6,1 10 08 76 Radford 15,15 5,12 10 08 76 West Virginia University 15,15 2,8 10 13 76 Morehead University 15,15 0,6 10 13 76 Berea 3,15,2 15,7,15 10 15 76 Carnegie-Mellon 15,16 12,14 10 15 76 Penn State 4,7 15,15 10 15 76 Concord 15,12,15 13,15,2 10 16 76 Duquesne 15,15 4,8 10 16 76 Carnegie-Mellon 9,8 15,15 10 20 76 Northern Kentucky 15,15 4,4 10 20 76 Marshall 15,13,13 5,15,15 10 22 76 Glenville 6,15,11 15,8,15 10 22 76 Fairmont 15,15,8 17,11,15 10 26 76 Glenville 8,3 15,15 10 26 76 W. Va. Tech 9,3 15,15 10 29 76 Fairmont 12,13 15,15 Bluefield 2,8 15,15 11 6 76 West Liberty 8,15,8 15,7,15 11 06 76 Salem 14,15,15 16,8,5 11 06 76 Concord 16,15,15 18,5,10 11 12 76 Fairmont 13,14,15 10,16,17 11 12 76 Concord 15,15 5,11 11 12 76 West Virginia University 15,15 10,8 State Tournament STANDING, Left to Right: Coach R. Meckfessel, Asst. Coach G. Korobov, D. Harris, R. Neal, R. McFadden, T. Loe, B. Wetesnik, Trainer B. Francis, Head Mgr. M. Mazzella. SITTING, Left to Right: Sports Information Director G. McCollam, J. Jividen, E. Boatwright, R. Baruffi, M. Gibbs, M. Boxley, T. Osborn, G. Adkinson, Mgr. - B. Bradberry. 1976-77 MORRIS HARVEY COLLEGE BASKETBALL DATE MHC OPPONENT OPP DATE MHC OPPONENT OPP 12 01 84 MARIETTA 77 01 19 77 Wesleyan 80 12 04 79 Eastern Ky. 85 01 22 67 Marshall 69 12 07 80 W. Va. STATE 78 01 24 88 WEST LIBERTY 75 12 09 77 GLENVILLE 74 01 26 89 CONCORD 86 12 11 67 W. Va. Tech 82 01 29 46 W. Va. Tech 65 12 18 53 Bluefield 58 02 02 54 Fairmont 56 12 28 71 George Mason 86 02 05 84 Vir. Mil. Inst. 98 12 29 79 Spring Garden 86 02 10 70 BECKLEY 60 01 05 82 Glenville-OT + 84 02 12 73 Marshall 76 01 08 65 Fairmont 79 02 16 84 WESLEYAN + 74 01 10 72 SHEPHERD 59 02 19 93 CONCORD 86 01 12 83 SALEM 79 02 23 93 A-B 87 01 13 81 A-B 76 02 24 71 WHEELING 56 01 15 75 WHEELING 71 02 25 71 GLENVILLE + 70 01 18 59 DAVIS ELKINS 58 02 26 69 Wesleyan 77 + Overtime ' Fairfax Rotary Tournament W VIA C TOURNAMENT 60 Bob Wetesnik Captain Todd Loe led in scoring with an average of 16.7. W i ' h Dennis Harris led teamin an average of 8.1. rebounding with Rick Baruffi led team in assists with a total of 78. 61 wm W+r This year the Golden Eagles played a rough, fantastic season and should be commended for theii effort and team spirit displayed in every game. Their second place ranking in the W. V.I. A.C. Conference Tournament proves that they are indeed, " Soaring to the Top. " STANDING, Left to Right: Coach Francis, S. Goldcamp, C. Dabbs, S. Bailey, V. Hunt, M. Quigley, B. Stevens, Asst. Coach Buckalew. SITTING, Left to Right: S. Hunt, R. Turley, N. Burke , B. Carte , A. Coratello, R. Machin, J. Walls. Indicates Co-Captains. 1976-77 MORRIS HARVEY COLLEGE VARSITY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL SCHEDULE DATE MHC OPPONENT OPP DATE MHC OPPONENT OPP 12 01 70 Univ. of Ky. 78 01 29 92 ROANOKE 59 12 03 78 Radford College 82 02 02 -- W. Va. State -- 12 07 89 W. VA. STATE 48 02 05 76 FAIRMONT 43 12 09 82 GLENVILLE 33 02 09 58 WVU 71 12 11 62 Marshall 57 02 11 73 GLENVILLE 54 01 08 94 Fairmont 46 01 14 60 Morehead 90 01 10 99 RIO GRANDE 83 02 19 98 W. VA. TECH. 31 01 12 68 Marshall 69 02 21 -- Bluefield 01 13 77 A-B 46 02 28 75 SALEM 61 01 15 85 Wheeling 45 03 2-5 95 W. VA. TECH 50 01 18 73 Davis Elkens 74 94 CONCORD 24 01 22 97 CONCORD 39 77 DAVIS ELKINS 66 01 24 86 WEST LIBERTY 44 66 WVU 67 01 26 80 Concord 58 73 DAVIS ELKINS 62 01 28 64 Longwood 75 03 10-13 70 Dayton Univ. + 74 01 29 81 LYNCHBURG 48 62 Capital Univ. -I- 67 WVIAA Tournament + MIAW Tournament Overtime Anna Coratello led in assists and with scoring average of 19.8. S ' Vicki Hunt led team in Field Goal pet. with an average of 48.4. Jane Walls led team in + or + - with a + 47.8. Sue Bailey led team in free throws with an average of 73.6 and in rebounding with a 12.8 average. 66 68 STANDING, Left to Right: Coach G. Olson, G. Nelson, B. Drake, D. Ruhl, B, Duffy, J. Nielson, S. Carlson, M. Haberek, B. Hipkins (Asst. Mgr.). ROW TWO: S. Small - Mgr. J. Mooney, J. Bjorlie, B. Nichols, K. Foust, G. Clyne, N. Rothwell - Mgr 1976-77 SWIM TEAM RESULTS 12 03 76 12 03 76 12 04 76 12 10 76 01 08 77 01 15 77 01 21 77 01 21 77 01 29 77 02 05 77 02 09 77 02 18 77 03 03 77 02 23 77 Western Kentucky University (81) - MHC (31) West Virginia University (71) - MHC (32) 8th Annual Morris Harvey Relays - University Division (West Virginia University - 110) - College Division (Fairmont State - 118) - Morris Harvey (5th place with 42 points) University Division teams established 9 new meet records out of 10 events. College Division teams established 9 new meet records out of 10 events. Washington Jefferson College (60) - MHC - (53) - School record set by Guy Nelson in 200 Fly (2:08.29) University of Akron (67) - MHC (46) Virginia Military Institute (cancelled due to weather) Marshall University (71) - MHC (41) - School Record set by Guy Nelson in 200 Fly (2:07.69) Virginia Tech (74) - MHC (39) Fairmont State College (cancelled due to weather) Washington Lee University (cancelled due to weather) Bethany College (cancelled due to weather) West Virginia Collegiate Championships (MHC had 3 swimmers and 2 divers qualify for NAIA Championships) - Mark Haberek (100 200 Breaststroke; 400 IM) - John Nieksen (100 200 Butterfly; 400 IM) - set new school record in 200 Fly (2:04.46) - Guy Nelson (200 Fly; 400 IM) - John Bjorlie (1 meter diving) - Dave Ruhl (1 meter diving) NAIA National Swimming Diving Championships (Marshall, MN) - Mark Haberek (100 Breast - 26th of 32; 200 Breast - 21st of 43; 400 IM - 31st of 51) - John Nielson (100 Fly - 32nd of 43; 200 Fly - 26th of 43; 400 IM - 36th of 51) - Guy Nelson (100 Fly - 24th of 43; NEW SCHOOL RECORD of 2:02.78; 400 IM - 29th of 51) - John Bjorlie (1 meter diving - 38th of 45) - Dave Ruhl (1 meter diving - 40th of 45) Guy Nelson set two school records - 1000 Free (10:42.70) and 1650 Free (17:53.30) John Nielsen (100 Fly - 32 of 43; 200 Breast - 21 of 43; 400 IM - 36 of 51). Mark Haberek - (100 Breast - 26 of 32; 200 Breast - 21 of 43 400 IM - 31 of 51). j r —m V Yfl k I ' I i lV4ff WM John Bjorlie - 1 meter diving 38 of 45 Dave Ruhl - 1 meter diving 40 of 45 LEFT: Guy Nelson - 200 Fly - 24 of 43 NEW SCHOOL RECORD of 2:02.78; 400 IM 29 of 51. MORRIS HARVEY CREW— 1977 MORRIS HARVEY VARSITY EIGHT: Left to Right: Roger Barron, Bob Hammond, Dan Evans, Richard Cunningham, Carl Sandburg, Eric Fletcher, Mark Spencer, Tim Paine, and Steve Bolt. NOT PICTURED: Don Burton, Bob Kerzner, Max Hochstetler, Dave Kurtz, Tim Pittman, Don Scott, and Jay Swearingen. 1977 CREW SCHEDULE MARCH 19 - Ithaca College, Marist College 26 - Univ. of Virg., Univ. of No. Carolina Monmouth College 29 - Marietta College APRIL 3 - GOVERNOR ' S CUP REGATTA 9 - Dogwood Sprints 16 - Purdue University 17 - Notre Dame University 23 - S.I.R.A. Regatta MAY 7 - Mid-American Regatta 14 - Dad Vail Regatta 73 74 GOVERNOR’S CUP REGATTA On Sunday, April 3, the Morris Harvey varsity crew team beat Marietta by a couple of feet to bring home the Governor ' s Cup for the first time in four years. The winning time for this happy event was 5:55.4, half a second ahead of their competitors. TOP ROW, Left to Right: Peter Clark, John Simms, Carry Harmon, Tim Paxtom. BOTTOM ROW, Left to Right: John Sciara, Scott Barr, and Jim Rose. MEN’S TENNIS SCHEDULE MARCH APRIL 5 - East Tennessee State 16 - West Virginia 5 - Milligan 19 - West Virginia Wesleyan 5 - Appalachian State 19 - Marshall 7 - Emory 22 - Morehead State 8 - Shorter 23 - Marshall 9 - Lander 27 - Concord 21 - West Virginia State 30 - Marietta 23 - Morehead State MAY APRIL 6 - West Liberty 8 - Ohio University 7-9 - WVIAC TOURNAMENT 9 - Miami 30 - NAIA NATIONAL TOURNAMENT 9 - Ohio Wesleyan 14 - Salem 14 - Fairmont State 1 15 - West Virginia Tech 16 - Davis and Elkins 76 iW M W ' ' A s® .y «, ?’ VAW.i iVVi »MA .; .Xv ,VO)V " F ,w . Im— i W | 78 FRONT ROW, Left to Right: G. Mori, J. Furin, E. Bailey, M. Pugliese, J. Natalie, S. Brown, J. Lakas, B. Pecora, P. Panzera, J. Freitas, P. Manley, A. Graiser. BACK ROW, Left to Right: Coach T. Nozica, B. Arison, D. Underwood, R. Lees, D. Chittum, J. Jividen, D. Donovan, J. Boggs, M. Beckett, B. Woolwine, C. Mertz, R. Gregory, and K. Samms. 1977 BASEBALL RESULTS DATE OPPONENT MHC OPP OPPONENT MHC OPP 3 8 77 Rose-Hulman 6 0 4 13 77 W.Va. State 3 6 3 8 77 Valdosta 3 7 4 13 77 W.Va. State 2 5 3 9 77 Valdosta 2 3 4 16 77 W.Va. Tech 22 1 3 9 77 Valdosta 2 10 4 16 77 W.Va. Tech 3 2 3 10 77 Columbus 6 4 4 19 77 Marietta 2 6 3 11 77 Columbus 2 5 4 19 77 Marietta 2 4 3 26 77 Glenville 14 1 4 21 77 W.Va. Wesleyan 2 9 3 26 77 Glenville 7 1 4 21 77 W.Va. Wesleyan 4 5 3 30 77 West Liberty 5 7 4 23 77 D E 1 3 3 30 77 West Liberty 3 4 4 23 77 D E 6 5 4 1 77 Marshall 1 4 4 27 77 Fairmont 8 6 4 1 77 Marshall 1 12 4 27 77 Fairmont 10 4 4 3 77 Lakeland CC 7 6 4 30 77 Salem 8 0 4 7 77 Concord 4 0 4 30 77 Salem 8 2 4 7 77 Concord 21 0 5 1 77 V.P.I. 5 7 4 8 77 W.Va. Univ. 3 7 5 1 77 V.P.I. 0 9 79 MHC INACTION 80 81 -.y} : - immMS i pm W - - I % 9ppH v.:. £ K__ jy7? TfvP t r Not only is Coach Nozica a terrific Soccer coach, but he is also a great Baseball coach. The team did not do as well this year as they would have liked, but still they put a lot into their games. Left to Right: Barbara Carte, Sue Bailey, Sue Stafford-Smith, Robin Machin, Sue Goldcamp, Kim Lovejoy, Mary Quigley. NOT PICTURED: Sherri Hunt, Kim Smith, Anna Coratello, Brenda Stevens, Lyn Parker, Debbie Hill, Lauren Murphy, and Theresa Parkulo. 1977 WOMEN’S SOFTBALL RESULTS MARCH DATE 28 - West Virginia University 28 - West Virginia University APRIL 06 - Salem College 06 - Salem College 07 - Univ. of Kentucky 07 - Univ. of Kentucky 14 - West Liberty 14 - West Liberty 19 - Salem College 19 - Salem College 20 - Rio Grande 20 - Rio Grande 23 - Muskingum College 29-30 WVIAA Tournament MHC OPP 12 7 1 5 9 12 7 14 12 7 8 7 5 8 7 8 8 5 9 6 12 4 7 12 Cancelled Salem West Liberty Salem 3 25 5 5 5 8 85 TEAM GOLF ROSTER 1. George Bryant 2. Charles Carlucci 3. David Gresham 4. Mike Hedge 5. Curt Linkoff 6. Jim Martin Coach Rich Meckfessel 88 FINAL STANDINGS WOMEN’S INTRAMURALS OVERALL CHAMPS - GDI Volleyball - Alpha Xi Delta Waterpolo - GDI Basketball - GDI Badminton - Gamma Delta Phi Softball - Delta Zeta MEN’S INTRAMURALS OVERALL CHAMPS - Alpha Sigma Phi Football - SAR Soccer - Alpha Sigma Phi Fieldgoal Kicking - SAR Waterpolo - Alpha Sigma Phi Volleyball - Sigma Phi Epsilon Mountainclimb Run - Alpha Sigma Phi Archery - Sigma Phi Epsilon Turkey Trot - Sigma Phi Epsilon Basketball - Sigma Phi Epsilon Racketball - Alpha Sigma Phi Tug of War - Alpha Sigma Phi Badminton - TEKE Softball - Alpha Sigma Phi Foulshooting - Old Gold Horseshoes - TEKE 90 Under the direction of Coach Jim Buckalew, (left) intramurals have become very popular on the campus of Morris Harvey. With the variety of sports offered, the intramural program gives the students a chance to get away from studying and enjoy a sport of his choosing. FROM! ROW, L. to R.: Cathy Tarkett, Terri Siders, Lynn Dougherty, Janette Raines, Kim Smith. BACK ROW, L. to R.: Jann Hannabass, Susan Carney, Jan Underwood, Bonita Bowman, Kathy Tramel, Barbara Harrison, Linda Raines. 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 is 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. J 94 As a kick-off for Spring Rush, Panhell sponsored a Coke and Pizza Party in the basement of Dickinson Hall. This provided an opportunity for all the rushees to meet the sororities and also was an enjoyable experience for all Greek sisters. 97 Many Greeks participated in a competitive blood drive. Members of the Delta Zeta Sorority helped with the clerical work. The award for the largest number of donors went to the Teke Fraternity. BACK ROW, L. to R.: Annette Williams, Cathy Farrell, Sherrie Alford, Kim Cavender, Kim Lovejoy, Fern Schochet, Wendy Hall, Michelle Shirkey, Sue Bailey, Debbie Rhodes, Theresa Parkulo, Tanya Bostic, Kathy Christo, Brenda Stevens, Cindy Perry, Connie Kawash. FRONT ROW: Betsy dines, Anna Coratello, Valerie Bailey, Sherry Vaughan, Barbara Carte, Jeanette Raines, Sandy Marple, Paula Hundley, Mrs. Nancy Aldrich, Chapter Director, Kim Smith, Jessica Bradford. NOT PICTURED: Barbara Burnette, Tammy Graham, Helena Melton, Linda Raines. ALPHA XI DELTA Friendship, scholarship, and achievement characterize the sisters of Alpha Xi Delta. 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 formals, shoeshines, and popcorn sales. The sisters of Alpha Xi Delta believe sorority membership is a set of ideals, and they strive to make these ideals an integral part of their daily lives. 99 FRONT ROW, L. to R.: Steve Kawash, Arnold Mason, Bob Sussman, Ed Nesta, Tom Mitchell, Chuck Smith, Bob Nichols. ROW 2: Greg Mori, Rod Gregory, Paul Manley, Ernie deHaas, John Oplinger, George Bryant, Kevin Naylor, Randy McCollum. ROW 3: Joe Wood, Hunter Howerton, Rick Smith, Dave Steele, Phi l Moribito, Mike Smoulder, Mike Wilson, Tom Moriarty. | Sigma Phi Epsilon Sigma Phi Epsilon is a fraternity that stresses involvement, responsibility, and brotherhood. Sig Eps can be seen participating in varsity sports, intramurals, and student government, as well as community and church activities. This year’s activities included participating in Marshall University’s annual Sig Ep basketball tournament, a swim party for a local children’s home, and two formal dances. After eleven years of existence at Morris Harvey, Sigma Phi Epsilon has never experienced a bad year in membership. This proves that the Sig Eps are truly a great fraternity that enjoys the brotherhood of fraternal life. 100 101 L. to R.: Sharon Ferrell, Susan Carney, Hunter Howerton, advisor, Wendy Hall, Theresa Parkalo, Cindy Martin. NOT PICTURED: Connie Kawash, Bobbie Casey, Sherry Vaughan, Cindy Perry, Vicky Snyder, Debbie Kratt, Roberta Flowers, Paula Meador. Golden Hearts of Sigma Phi Epsilon The Golden Hearts of Sigma Phi Epsilon are a group of women chosen by the fraternity to participate in its activities, and to join in the friendships offered by the brotherhood. The Golden Hearts are involved with the pledges each semester by taking little brothers and by helping the pledges with fund raising. Once a semester the Golden Hearts give a party for the fraternity. In the past those have taken the form of breakfasts, wine and cheese parties, and pot luck dinners. The group is small, and keeps close relationships among its members and with the Brothers of Sigma Phi Epsilon. 102 SIGMA PHI EPSILON PLEDGES: BACK ROW, L. to R.: Jim Furin, Jeff Lakas, Mike Mazzella, Joe Natalie. FRONT ROW: John Freitas, Greg McCollam, Dennie Underwood. 103 FRONT ROW, L. to R.: Colleen Jackson, Debbie Smoot, Paula Meador, Sharon Ferrell, Sherrie Chapman, Patty Willis. NEXT ROW, L. to R.: Patty Lavender, Jan Hannabass, Carol Patterson, Teresa Robertson, Teresa Belcher, Robin Day, Janie Bailey. BACK ROW, L. to R.: Eugenia Whittington, Susan Carney, Nikki Lawman, Sherry Walker, April Legg, Yolanda Marino, Dianna Carrico, Tammy Shock, Pam Hunt, Dee Dee Bivins, Terrie Burger, Roz Freedman. ABSENT FROM PICTURE: Terrie Daubenspeck, Cyndi Jarrell, Karen Null. DELTA ZETA Delta Zeta, the largest sorority in the United States, was founded at Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, in 1902. Morris Harvey ' s Zeta Tau Chapter was installed in May, 1962 by the combination of two local sororities. The objectives of Delta Zeta are to unite its sisters in bonds of sincere, lasting friendship and love; to develop outstanding characteristics both morally and socially for its members; and to stimulate one another in the pursuit of higher learning. Delta Zeta sisters are active in various campus activities. Some of these include Student Government Association, MHC Players, Comet, Harveyan, Choir, Debate, Dorm Council, ANEA, MENC, and various honorary organizations. Delta Zetas actively participate in intramurals and support the over-all athletic program at Morris Harvey College. J 104 BACK ROW, L. to R.: Judy Kee, Debby Cook, Lynn Thompson, Darla Ball, Martha Bailey, Tina Moschella, Debbie Baker, Mellisa Oxley, Pam Hilton, Jeanie McHenry, Maggie Ginther, Jennie Lynn Phillips. FRONT ROW, L. to R.: Candy Green, Cindy Burress, Gail Hurd, Geralyn Maritan, Elizabeth Kinder. DELTA ZETA SPRING PLEDGE CLASS To the Delta Zeta Spring Pledge Class of 1977: I found seventeen wonderful sisters and friends in the Pledge Class of 77. They worked individually and together as a true sisterhood and as friends. I know they will continue to grow in Delta Zeta love and sisterhood and I wish them all happiness and love forever because I love them all. Thank you all for teaching what it means to be a true Delta Zeta. Love in Delta Zeta, Teresa Belcher Vice President - Pledge 105 BACK ROW, L. to R.: John Oplinger, Mike Wilson, Mike Singer, Greg Mori, John Crudo. FRONT ROW, L. to R.: Dave Gresham, Tom Mitchell, Tammy Shock, Advisor, Bob Nichols, Rick Meadows. NOT PICTURED: Chuck Smith, Paul Manley, Rick Smith, Dan Evans, George Hawthorne, Bill Hirschaut, Doug Hunt, Darnell Felton, Jeff Weinberg, Randy McCollum, Todd Loe, Mike Gibbs, Gary Norman, Barry Burger. GOLDEN LAMPS The Golden Lamps of Delta Zeta are men chosen by the sisters on the basis of their willingness to participate in the sorority’s activities. They work along with the girls in fund raising, philanthropies, and social events. To help new pledges become acquainted with the sorority, they become big brothers. The Golden Lamps are chosen from all areas of college life, thus offering continuous ideas to benefit Delta Zeta. 106 BACK ROW, L. to R.: Scott Carlson, Doug Carte, George Wallis, Jon Block, Jeff Sadow, Ken Shier, Cal Foust, Steve Boekel, Mike Boxley. FRONT ROW: Paul " Itchy " Arcell, Glenn Self, Jeff Weinberg, Mike Emley, Bob Arison, Charlie Carlucci. NOT PICTURED: Bob Hammond, John Scharff, Kevin Kane, John Sciarra, Mike Peacock, Rod Pierce, Mark Beckett, advisors Hank Adams, Jim Buckalew, John McChesney, and Stan Wallace. ALPHA SIGMA PHI This year Morris Harvey’s chapter of Alpha Sigma Phi experienced a rebirth. In the Fall 1976 the Sigs returned to their traditional Black and White Formal, the first in four years. Completely successful, it was attended by brothers, pledges and alumni. The Fraternity gained eight new members while losing two seniors to graduation. On the Intramural scene, the Sigs also captured the all year trophy for intramural sports. They compiled the most amount of points in various sports to win the intramural championship over other fraternities and participating groups. The team was undefeated in soccer, water polo and softball. Actives Bob Hammond and Jeff Weinberg were cited for their various contributions to the fraternity. They served as President and Treasurer, respectively. 107 L. to R. , BACK ROW: Marilyn Carpenter, Lori Hamill, Cindy Mitchell, Barbara Harrison, Laurie Murphy, Debbie Hountz, Sue Small, Robin Machin, Jennie Randazzo, Cathy Tarkett. SEATED: Mary Mitchell, Janice Stuhl, Ellen Joesbury, Laurie Sussman, Denise Nyeki, Donna Richardson. Gamma Delta Phi Gamma Delta Phi is proud to be the only local sorority on the Morris Harvey College campus. Founded on October 11, 1967, Gamma Delta Phi began as an organization based upon the belief that individuals can join together and establish the true meaning of sisterhood. This philosophy has been maintained over the years and as a result, Gamma Delta Phi Sorority has grown to be one of the most vital Greek organizations on campus. Through scholastic, athletic, and social contributions, the sisters of Gamma Delta Phi have continually exhibited superior leadership qualities and strengths. A strong bond of sisterhood exists between the women in Gamma Delta Phi, which is due largely to the fact that the attitude of the sisters reflects emphasis upon individual thought and strives to promote the personal growth of each sister as an individual. We have come together to teach our goals and to keep the true meaning of sisterhood alive through Gamma Delta Phi. 108 MR. MOHARV A " Mr. MoHarv " contest was sponsored by the Order of Diana, women ' s auxiliary of the TKE fraternity. Contestants submitted by various campus organizations competed in swimsuit, evening attire, talent competition, and a question and answer session. After stiff competition, the judges made the final decision: first runner-up, Steve McNabb, Mr. MoHarv, Mike Boxely. BACK ROW, L. to R.: Dave Mahone, Tim Cook, Paul Underwood, Dave Kurtz, Mark Bowen, Dave Gresham, Mike Garcia, Brooks Love, Mike Singer, Gary Norman, Laurie McGraw, Bob Hipkins. NEXT ROW: Keith Hutner, Jay Kraiser, George Hawthorne, Ray Singleton, Tim Paine, John Algozzini, Teresa Belcher, Steve Ashby, Mike Mason, Allen Toy, Valerie McGlone. NEXT ROW: Dan Evans, Penny Samuels, Vicky Murphy, Don Burton, Tom Doran, John Jividen, Christy Velasquez, Steve Wojiki. FRONT: Steve McNabb, Tony Lorenz. NOT PICTURED: Tim Martin, Jim Jones, Chuck King, Don Scott, Skip Sandberg. TA U KAPPA EPSILON The Theta Omega Chapter of Tau Kappa Epsilon has a diversity which is very important to all of its members. The brothers are involved in every phase of college life including student government, intramurals, choir and varsity athletics. TKE is the only fraternity on campus that sponsors events for the entire college community. Their Red Carnation Ball and Playboy Dance are annual events and have been major social functions on campus since the chapter ' s rebirth in 1974. The chapter has tripled in size since 1974 and is continuing to grow in size and character. Tau Kappa Epsilon holds the personal worth and character of its members above all else. 110 PIIIIIIIII I L. TO R.: Teresa Harris, Jill Bohlinger, Fern Schochet, Penny Samuel, Tonee Fiorentino, Christy Velasquez. NOT PICTURED: Yolanda Marino, Pam Hunt, Teresa Belcher, Vicky Murphy, Ellyn Losow, Laurie McGraw, Debbie McKnight. ORDER OF DIANA The Order of Diana, affiliated with Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity, Theta Omega Chapter, is an organization of the TKE Little Sisters who work with the fraternity to uphold its ideals and carry out the tradition of TKE. One of the most interesting projects organized by the Little Sisters this year was the " Mr. MoHarv " contest. It was successful and will now be an annual event, put on by the Order of Diana, for Morris Harvey College. 111 GO GREEK In an effort to encourage Greek relations and promote Greek membership, several mid-morning get-togethers were held. These were attended by many sorority and fraternity members, and also many people interested in the Greek system. BACK ROW, L. to R.: Bobbie Casey, Beth Luchkiw, Bonita Bowman, Jennifer Josephi. FRONT ROW: Jan Underwood, Kathy Tramel, Lynn Daugherty, Debbie Skulski. ALPHA OMICRON PI The ideals of Alpha Omicron Pi are to encourage a spirit of love among its members, 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 bagel 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. J 1 14 Uni versi ties Susan Hendricks L ' Aiglon, Comet, Alpha Lambda Delta, Sigma Tau Delta, Honors Program, dean’s list WHO’S WHO In American Colleges and Mike Chamberlain Colleen Jackson Debate Team, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Pi Kappa Delta, Ivor F. Bioarsky Memorial Scholarship, Participant of Washington Learning Alternatives, dean’s list Alpha Lambda Delta, Delta Zeta Sorority, Panhellenic Association, Chi Beta Phi, Outstanding Chemistry Student of the Year, Chi Beta Phi Scholarship Recipient, Dorm Council, dean’s list Sherri Lee Rodgers Alpha Lambda Delta, Honor Program, Sigma Tau Delta, Dean ' s List, Comet, Student Affairs Committee, College Events Committee, Art Guild, Freshman Orientation Committee, SGA Treasurer, Appalachian Festival Coordinator Constance Kawash Cathy Jean Clay Alpha Xi Delta Sorority, Sister of the Year 1975-76, Gamma Delta Phi Sorority, Little Sister of Theta Xi, President 1976-77, Golden Hearts of Sigma Phi Epsilon, Panhellenic Council Sigma Phi Epsilon " Sweetheart " 1975-76, Regional Winner of Sigma Phi Epsilon ’’Golden Heart of the Year” 1975-76, Professional Business Club, Alpha Lambda Delta, Intramurals, Commuter Rooters, Dean ' s List, President’s Scholarship 1976-77, 1st Runner-up Fall Festival Queen 1975-76 116 Teresa Robertson Delta Zeta Sorority, Alpha Lambda Delta, Chi Beta Phi, SGA, Student Affairs Committee, Committee on Academic Policy and Curriculum, HARVEY AN, Kappa Delta Pi, Campus Christian Fellowship Pamela Hunt Delta Zeta Sorority, SGA, Kappa Delta Pi, Alpha Lambda Delta, Pi Kappa Delta, Sigma Tau Delta, MHC Players, Debate Team, Comet, College Events Committee, Dean’s List, Pledge of the Year 1974-75 Delania Bivins Ramona Lynn Dougherty Pi Kappa Delta, Alpha Omicron Pi Sorority, Debate Team, MHC Players, Panhellenic Council Delta Zeta Sorority, Panhellenic Representative, Phi Gamma Mu, Dean’s List 117 Paula Meador Delta Zeta Sorority, Art Guild, Alpha Lambda Delta, Kappa Delta Pi, Sigma Tau Delta, Golden Heart of Sigma Phi Epsilon, Dean ' s List Eugenia Whittington Delta Zeta Sorority, Alpha Lambda Delta, Pi Kappa Delta, Debate Team, Intramurals Board, Band, Committee of Comprehensive Study NOT PICTURED: Debby Cremeans 1 18 Joe Woods Sigma Phi Epsilon, President, Commuter Rooters, Professional Business Club, Intramurals, President - - - ■ — HONORS CONVOCATION AND A WARDS ASSEMBL Y 124 ALUMNI KEY AWARDS Morris Harvey College presented Steve McNabb and Pam Hunt with the Alumni Key Awards. These awards are given to the outstanding senior man and senior woman. 125 FRONT ROW, L. to R.: Shelia Reed Woody, Roselyn Freedman, Bettijane Burger, William Plumley. SECOND ROW, L. to R.: Marty Martin, Nancy Kersey, Pam Hunt, Teresa Burger, Lynn Dougherty. BACK ROW, L to R.: Mike Wilson, Allen Toy, Dick Mgrdechian. ALPHA PSI OMEGA Alpha Psi Omega, national dramatic honorary, was founded at Fairmont State College in 1925. It is now the largest recognition society in any departmental field. The Morris Harvey College chapter was founded in 1948. Eligibility is that students or honorary members must have acted or contributed in a committee in two major productions or four minor ones, student directed or written plays. 127 ■p ’ w yL M FRONT ROW, L. to R.: Mike Chamberlain, Robin Lusk, Evelyn Harris, advisor, Chuck Crum. SECOND ROW, L. to R.: Dave Kurtz, Jan Underwood, Ed Burton, Linda Bucci, Richard Shultz, advisor. BACK ROW, L. to R.: Brian Power, Bill Bailey, Carol Kachadoorian. POLITICAL SCIENCE CLUB The purpose of the Political Science Club is to obtain better understanding of government. This year the club sponsored Law Day. Eligibility for membership is having an interest in political science and attending the club meetings . 128 HARVEY AN STAFF Tammy Shock Editor-in-Chief Teresa Robertson Greek and Student Life Editor 1 Margaret Lovejoy Sports Editor Ron Hoke Photographer 129 HBrtr FRONT ROW, L. to R.: Benny Mills, Shelia Duncan, Beth Luchkiw. SECOND ROW, L. to R.: Nikki Lawman, Karen Ivan, Annie Kirkam, Kate Sears. THIRD ROW, L. to R.: Sharon Vaughn, Cheryl Perkins, Veda Hughes, advisor, Mike Kurtz. FOREIGN LANGUAGE CLUB 130 FRONT ROW, L. to R.: Sherri Rodgers, Mike Garcia, Steve McNabb, Pam Hunt, Kathy Tarkett. BACK ROW, L. to R.: Teresa Robertson, Steve Kawash, Cathy Childress, Jeff Sadow, Dave Kurtz, Tim Paine, Janie Bailey, Rusty Faraldi, Cyndi Jarrell, Jorge Chromoy, Debbie Land. STUDENT GOV’T. ASSOCIATION Student Government is an organization made up by the students. It is their voice in matters that involve themselves and the college. Every student is a member of the Association. The SGA sponsors dances, concerts, movies and picnics. All students are encouraged to get involved and become a part of the Student Government Association. 131 FRONT ROW, L. to R.: Jeannette Raines, Steve Kawash, Dave Chittum. SECOND ROW, L. to R.: Tom Mitchell, Greg Michaels, Valarie Hunter. THIRD ROW, L. to R.: Ron Hoke, Phil Morabito, Charles King, Mark Bowen. PROFESSIONAL BUSINESS CLUB The primary objectives of the club are to: develop the professional potential of each of its members, encourage scholarship and responsible leadership, promote courses of study leading to degrees in banking and finance, business administration, computer science, economics and secretarial science, foster research in the fields of business and economics, promote student and public appreciation and support for high standards of business ethics and practices. L PEP SQUAD FRONT ROW, L. to R.: Linda Chambers, Eugenie Moore, Julie Cincinnati, Barbara Vaughn, Tina Atterbury. 133 L. TO R.: John Robertson, Advisor, Sharon Ferrell, Tom Moriarty, Debbie Rucker, Bob Carter. COMMUTER ROOTERS The Commuter Rooter Club is a service club for the college and community. The main purpose of this club is to maintain good communications with the commuting students. Some of the events sponsored by Commuter Rooter were the Halloween and Christmas dances and Cinema Races. 134 FRONT ROW, L. to R.: Randy McCollum, Linda Raines, JoAnn Corder, Christine Zikkos, Carol Karantonis, Dr. Byron Naum. SECOND ROW, L. to R.: Stella Cooksey, Shelly French, Karen Lewis, Colleen Jackson, Maggie Ginther, Candace McCartney, Mary Jo Martin, Debbie Smoot, Paula Meador, Debbie Hogshead. THIRD ROW, L. to R.: Judith Priddy, Rebecca Reier, Debbie Curry, Jean Ann Kincaid, Teresa Robertson, Jo Ann Stone, Jennifer Josephi, Annyce McCann, Debbie Baker, Teresa Burger, Jane Dittman, Sharon Dundas, Merrit Boyd. KAPPA DELTA PI Kappa Delta Pi is a national honorary in the field of teacher education. Kappa Epsilon chapter was established at MHC in 1964. The purpose of the society is that of encouraging high professional, intellectual, and personal standards among its members. Students must have completed 64 hours with a 3:00 average and be in the profession of Education to qualify for membership. 135 FRONT ROW, L. to R.: Teresa Barnette, Janie Bailey, Doctor Long, Cheryl Petry, Rev. Bill Fitzhenry, Elizabeth Henderson, Teresa Todd, Rosemary Mathewson. BACK ROW, L. to R.: Jan Litton, Dave Steele, Paul Johnson, Penny Burke, Mark Skiles, Randy Thompson, Jim Harris. CAMPUS CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP The purpose of Campus Christian Fellowship is to grow in fellowship of the Lord and to glorify our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. At meetings studying the Bible, songs, prayer, and worship are exercised to grow in His grace and share His love with others. Till we all come in unity of the faith, and knowledge of the Son of God, unto a perfect man, unto the measure of the stature of the fullness of Christ. Ephesians 4:13 136 SITTING, L. to R.: Roselyn Freedman, Advisor, Shelia Reed, Eugenia Whittington, Nancy Kersey, Terri Burger, Lisa Mastanuono. SECOND ROW, L. to R.: Mike Garcia, Tim Pittman, Tim Paine. BACK ROW, L. to R.: Steve McNabb, Mike Chamberlain, Ed Burton. NOT PICTURED: Pam Hunt, Lynn Dougherty. Pi Kappa Delta Pi Kappa Delta Forensics Honorary was founded on the MHC campus in May, 1956. Students achieve membership in the honorary as a direct result of fulfilling requirements by participating in inter-collegiate forensics activities. 137 FRONT ROW, L. to R.: Ron Hoke, Sue Hendricks. BACK ROW, L. to R.: Terri Burger, Barry Burger, Tim Cook, Sherri Rodgers, Stan Jenkins. COMET There was a lot of news made during the 1976-77 school year - the tuition increase, the blackouts, the natural gas shortage, the student government elections, the resignation of President Robert L. Bliss, the search for a new president - and " The Comet " became a major source of campus news, sometimes scooping the Charleston press. In some instances " The Comet " even made headlines, notably by requesting that the Board of Trustees open its meetings to the press, sponsoring a question and answer session with SGA candidates, publishing a special edition with background on the Bliss resignation, and publishing the newspaper’s fourth annual " Compoon " in an effort to get the whole truth to the campus community. Sue Hendricks, Editor-in-Chief 138 SITTING, L. to R.: Roselyn Freedman, Advisor, Sheila Reed, Eugenia Whittington, Nancy Kersey, Terri Burger, Lisa Mastanuono. SECOND ROW, L. to R.: Mike Garcia, Tim Pittman, Tim Paine. BACK ROW, L. to R.: Steve McNabb, Mike Chamberlain, Ed Burton. FORENSIC SQUAD The forensic program is one of the oldest on the campus having been founded in the 1890 ' s. Students currently participate in inter-collegiate competition in debate, oral interpretation, persuasion, after-dinner, extemporaneous, and impromptu speaking. During the past year students participated in forensics tournaments in Ohio, Pennsylvania, Kentucky, North Carolina, South Carolina and West Virginia. 139 FIRST ROW, L. to R.: Judy McVicker, Lisa Marino, Judy Kee, Elizabeth Henderson, Yolanda Marino, Teresa Todd , Mr. Harold Ewing, Director. SECOND ROW, L. to R.: Janice Stuhl, Rosemary Mathewson, Teresa Robertson, Lynn McLaughlin, Virginia Bruner, Teresa Belcher, Delores Peggs, Sue Ellen McKalip, Karen Miller. THIRD ROW, L. to R.: Ron Oxley, Jay Wickert, Ray Singleton, Tony Lorenz, Rick Meadows, Carlton Cottrell, Tom Humphreys, Tim Martin. FOURTH ROW, L. to R.: Andy Pickens, Bill Hirshaut, Mike Mason, George Hawthorne, Tim Pittman, Mike Singer, Dave Mahone, Steve Ashby. PHILHARMONIC CHOIR The 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 time. 140 KNEELING, L. to R.: Nancy Kersey, Beth Luchkiw, Rusty Faraldi. STANDING, L. to R.: Jeff Sadow, Charles Crum, Mark Stevens, Angelo Salgado. BACK ROW, L. to R.: Jon Block, Bob Kerzner, Dale Smith. Rusty Faraldi and Jeff Sadow RADIO STATION The Radio Station tries to bring together those interested in amateur, commercial, or educational radio; and to help those preparing for any radio license examination. WMHC Broadcasting Station is a low-powered campus station providing a new communication medium for the students. Operated by students, this station brings the latest music, campus news and sports to everyone. 141 GOLDEN EAGLES 9 CHEERLEADERS 142 KNEELING, L. to R.: Jean Taylor, Holly Hannah. BACK ROW, L. to R.: Teresa Parkulou, Gill Bohlinger, Teresa Carr, Paulette Wesley, Head. NOT PICTURED: Gail Hurd. FRESHMEN Malik S. Ahmad Sherrie Alford Frank D. Algozzini William Bailey Darla Ball Roger Barron Keith Bertch Cindy Boggs Steven Bolte Pamela Brown Cindy Burress Tammy Campbell Nancy Cantley Teresa Carr Kim Cavender Debby Cook Richard Cunningham Debra Daniels Dean Deswert Lynn Fetterman Michael Fletcher Carolyn Foose Trine Gilbert Susan Goldcamp 144 mmmm Tamara Graham Andy Graiser Wendy Hall Wayne Halstead Elizabeth Henderson Barbara Henning Tammy Hill Pamela Hilton Max Hochstetler Sherrie Hunt Valerie Hunter Gail Hurd Lisa Jeffreys Tammy Johnson Elizabeth Kinder Jay Kreizer David Kurtz Deborah Land David Liniak Kurt Linkoff Richard Love Margaret Lovejoy Sheree Lovely Alberto Machinena 14 5 Edna Mallory Michael Mazzella Greg McCollam Rocky McFadden Jean McHenry Victoria Meadows Helena Melton Dick Mgrdechian Leon Miller II Susan Mischler Shelia Mullins Brenda Myers Stacy Nesbitt Melissa Oxley Tim Paine Philip Panzera Lyn Parker Theresa Parkulo Thomas Passerello Nancy Powers IHHI David Vogt Pamela Walls Beth Webb Annette Williams Steve Wojcicki Cathy Rush Pennie Samuel Alice Savage John Scharff Jacque Scyoc Maria Shelton Patty Shirk Jay Swearingen Jeanne Taylor David Thomas Robin Turley John Turner Arturo Ruiz Philip Reichert Terry Rowley Kenneth Rucker 147 SOPHOMORES Jay Alessandrini Teresa Barnett Jon Block Gillian Bohlinger Joe Joe Border Bonita Bowman Michael Boxley Marsha Bradford Barbara Brand Cecile Brown Wendy Bryant Don Burton Elizabeth Carte Cathy Childress John Crudo Shelia Duncan Darnell Felton Sharon Ferrell Antoinette Fiorentino Mark Haberek 148 ■I 149 Cynthia Jarrell April Legg Sandy Marple Deborah McNeely Rick Meadows Mary Mitchell Nancey Moore Philip Morabito Debbie Morris Kevin Naylor Edward Nesta John Oplinger Laura Hamill Jan Hannabass William Hirschaut Louis Hussell Jean Plants Deborah Pritt Debra Rhodes Jeff Sadow I I Fern Schochet Tammy Shock Barbara Sholes Sue Small Susan Smith Theresa Smith Judy Sodaro Rory Stewart Irene Therrien Lynn Thompson Paul Underwood Sharon Vaughan Sherry Walker Patti Willis David Wilson 150 ■■■■■■■ JUNIORS Janie Bailey Debbie Baker Jeffrey Ballinger Harry Barker Teresa Belcher Jean Bennett Jo Ann Bing Beverly Black Mark Bowen Ronald Britton Susan Britton Larkin Calhoun Kathy Campbell Susan Carney Sherry Chapman Jeffrey Cope Deborah Curry Robin Day Wayne Dicken Dan Donovan William Erwin Mike Garcia Maggie Ginther Dave Gresham 151 I Robert Hammond Debbie Hill Ronald Hoke Tommy Humphreys Colleen Jackson Paul Johnson Steve Kawash Jean Kincaid Anthony Lorenz Howard Mack Randy McCollum Judith McVicker Cynthia Perry Cheryl Pettry Teresa Robertson Deborah Rucker Donald Rucker Mark Russo Carl Sandburg Teresa Siders Charles Smith Deborah Smoot Christy Velasquez Eugenia Whittington 152 Robert Adams Charleston, WV Speech Dana Adkins Bartley, WV Nursing Pamela Aliff Elkview, WV Business Administration William Angell Rochester, NY Biology Leslie Banner Woodcliff Lake, NJ Sociology Julia Bird Sod, WV Biology 154 Christina Bishop Charleston, WV Nursing 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Nolan, Jr. Charleston, WV Business Administration Paula Meador Charleston, WV Art Lauren Murphy Brooklyn, NY Sociology Robert Nichols Charleston, WV Sociology Carol Patterson Point Pleasant, WV Nursing Dianna Pring Charleston, WV English Rebecca Pritt Charleston, WV Nursing Eileen Quinn Massapequa Park, NY Early Childhood Jennie Randazzo Dumont, NJ Nursing Teresa Ranson Charleston, WV Nursing 163 William Steffick I Beckley, WV Sociology Marilyn Tompa Cedar Grove, WV Elementary Education Allen Toy II Parkersburg, WV Psychology 164 Allen Singer Waynesboro, PA Religion and Philosophy Pamela Sizemore Bentree, WV Radiology Sherri Rodgers New Cumberland, WV Art and English Rebecca Wolfe Charleston, WV Sociology Jan Underwood Charleston, WV Political Science Thomas Wood Charleston, WV Business Administration Kathy Tramel Welch, WV Business Education Sharon Volkman Johnson City, NY Sociology Fred Woods, Jr. South Charleston, WV Sociology 165 ROBERT L. BLISS PRESIDENT Dr. Robert Bliss served as President of Morris Harvey College from August, 1975 until his resignation of April I, 1977. Mr. Deal H. Tompkins, past chairman of the Board of Trustees, became acting president on April II, 1977. 166 Benjamin King Assistant Academic Dean John Robertson Dean of Men Mary Downey Dean of Women H. Richard Kennell John Lepp Director of Residence Halls Vice President for Institutional Relations 169 Sue Bohnert Academic Records C. Frank LePage Controller and Secretary of the Corporation 170 Betty Caldwell Student Financial Aid Officer and Director of Placement Sue Bostic Cashier James Rucker Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds U E. Stanley Wallace Director of Geary Student Union and Community Services Helen Grass Coffee Tavern Manager Josephine Fink Manager of College Store It gives me a good feeling to know that another HARVEYAN has been completed. Many hours have been devoted by the members of the staff to bring this book to you. 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