North Carolina State University - Agromeck Yearbook (Raleigh, NC)

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Chancellor John Caldwell and Agromeck Editor Sid Davis examine the new yearbook, which will be distributed on the brickyard today, Tuesday and Wednesday to all fee paying students, (photo by Caram) a.C»cl Wt, lrci( po M }{ i • • ••■ » • ••..-. ' •■ »j . v.- V » c • • If •• • ' • • ' n w- .,• ' I i . ... IT WAS NOT A BOY ' S FACE BUT A MAN ' S; I ALSO FELT OR SAW THAT IT WAS NOT ENTIRELY THE FACE OF A MAN EITHER, BUT HAD SOMETHING FEMININE ABOUT IT, TOO. YET THE FACE STRUCK ME AT THAT MOMENT AS NEITHER MASCULINE NOR CHILDLIKE, NEITHER OLD NOR YOUNG, BUT SOMEHOW A THOUSAND YEARS OLD. SOMEHOW TIMELESS IF I WANTED TO, I COULD RECALL MANY DELICATE MOMENTS FROM MY CHILDHOOD: THE SENSE OF BEING PROTECTED THAT MY PARENTS GAVE ME, MY AFFECTIONATE NATURE, SIMPLY LIVING A PLAYFUL, SATISFIED EXISTENCE IN GENTLE SURROUNDINGS. I LED THE DOUBLE LIFE OF A CHILD WHO IS NO LONGER A CHILD. BUT MY INTEREST CENTERS ON THE STEPS THAT I TOOK TO REACH MYSELF. ALL THE MOMENTS OF CALM, THE ISLANDS OF PEACE WHOSE MAGIC I FELT. I LEAVE BEHIND IN THE ENCHANTED DISTANCE. NOR DO I ASK TO EVER SET FOOT THERE AGAIN. i « ' MJi K yj %: i % p ■ ' i NOT THAT THE PICTURE RESEMBLED IVIE--I DID NOT FEEL THAT IT SHOULD--BUT IT WAS WHAT DETERMINED MY LIFE, IT WAS MY INNER SELF. MY FATE OR MY DAEMON. THAT ' S WHAT MY FRIEND WOULD LOOK LIKE IF I WERE TO FIND ONE EVER AGAIN. THAT ' S WHAT THE WOMAN I WOULD LOVE WOULD LOOK LIKE IF EVER I WERE TO LOVE ONE. THAT ' S WHAT MY LIFE AND DEATH WOULD BE LIKE, THIS WAS THE TONE AND RHYTHM OF MY FATE. I H M H fglll gUS .fim.JtiMiliiitmr B L 7 ' y Jyp fmL ' M V vX S ( . mk w uS W jBi K itfi ..B J hEI W¥m H d , B0C[ %V% W y OJ A mr ' ' ) PLAYING WITH THE NOTE I UNFOLDED IT CARELESSLY AND NOTICED A FEW WORDS WRITTEN ON IT. ONE GLANCE WAS SUFFICIENT. ONE WORD STOPPED ME COLD: IN PANIC 1 READ ON WHILE COLD FEAR CONTRACTED MY HEART: " THE BIRD FIGHTS ITS WAY OUT OF THE EGG. THE EGG IS THE WORLD. WHO WOULD BE BORN MUST FIRST DESTROY A WORLD. THE BIRD FLIES TO GOD. THAT GOD ' S NAME IS ABRAXAS. YES, YOU MUST FIND YOUR DREAM, THEN THE WAY BECOMES EASY. BUT THERE IS NO DREAM THAT LASTS FOREVER, EACH DREAM IS FOLLOWED BY ANOTHER, AND ONE SHOULD NOT CLING TO ANY PARTICULAR ONE. K ' , IT IS ALWAYS DIFFICULT TO BE BORN. YOU KNOW THE CHICK DOES NOT FIND IT EASY TO BREAK HIS WAY OUT OF THE SHELL. THINK BACK AND ASK YOURSELF: WAS IT ONLY DIFFICULT? WASN ' T IT BEAUTIFUL, TOO? FROM DEM I AN BY HERMAN HESSE cvcAly-liuo i9fomc€k COPYRIGHT 1972 BY SID DAVIS AND THE STUDENT PUBLICATIONS BOARD OF NORTH CAROLINA STATE UNIVERSITY. RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA ALL RIGHTS RESERVED NO PART OF THIS BOOK MAY BE REPRODUCED WITHOUT THE EXPRESS WRITTEN PERMISSION OF THE EDITOR OR STUDENT BOARD OF PUBLICATIONS. PRINTED IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA BY HUNTER PUBLISHING COMPANY WINSTON-SALEM. NORTH CAROLINA SID DAVIS . . . EDITOR JIM HOLCOMBE . . . HEAD PHOTOGRAPHER CRAIG WILSON . . . COPY DONNA PRUITT . . . COPY JOHN WALSTON . . . COPY DON SOLOMON . . . COPY ED CARAM . . . PHOTOGRAPHER KELLEY RAY . . . PHOTOGRAPHER BRYSON LEWIS . . . PHOTOGRAPHER NICK KARANGELEN . . . PHOTOGRAPHER MARTIN ROGERS . . . PHOTO CONTRIBUTOR ELI GUKICH . . . PHOTO CONTRIBUTOR KEN TOWLE . . . PHOTO CONTRIBUTOR CHRIS JONES . . . PHOTO CONTRIBUTOR RON WEAVER . . . PHOTO CONTRIBUTOR HENRY WHITE . . . COMPOSER GRAPHICS ROBERT SALISBURY . . . COMPUTER GRAPHICS LYNN HAMRICK . . . COVER DESIGN CARL BRIDGERS . . . COVER DESIGN BARBARA PARKER . . . SENIOR SECTION NANCY DAVIS . . . SENIOR SECTION MARY WHITTON . . . SENIOR SECTION w clouinlouin ccimpu W ¥ - 3. ' » f HOiTA-ir.rr,.,i :0 ' f -Ti- %•? ( ' -r. ' Tt :- ' ,»-- " - " - -f-. ' ±oia. ± 3± . ±o±a. Beer at Union Free draught tomorrow night at coffee house Housing shortage faces three h undred students Senatorial seats now •: open for nomination ' - " State students busted ' for 22 pounds of pot Consolidated University Liquor may be banned Terry Sanford supports governing board plan T ' rin;.-.— r2 Z=iT S«St-™ student elrdions • Z-C " " — L?r ' 3r=. „ " - " ■ ' ' ■- rr-: ' 3 result in light turnout Sterling lestifys at rr ,5xH Srr-S : ri2£ i£V structure hearings Efl flllf rjitrir. ' iiiS i?r?Ei:tir-3 H ' :S -:|r£ 3T-ri .r: Top officials support more i?i.-jj ji -rs-S rH for repeal of tuition deposit Coder and Heuts arrested with pot Attorney challenees ' - ' Z ' S.Z .«| ™ ,_ mting residency law —- .- ' sijrS ' -rSJ::.- ' ; - .■zZ. ' jz=. S " £i_ Officials debate liquor " - — — — I ' alipnily rualinoins rduc ion 5Sl ' i-_ ' Officials see light at end of tunnel Nader urges PIRG formation M $200,000 in student deposits refunded M State athletics budget over $1 million No queen? Senate uill not fund Homeroming contetil ■- .r_-Sr =S " iJ2ir. ■ J! ' i Harrelson Johns hit , T " . SLTV ' rSriS i ; ' ' y stinking drought Ijiitor cUea m:CV hetJ in preM luit -z—IV i Crist tells Union crowd all about it c»l:xa:x±c±cfe.mx llomeniming Queen nlint APO to handle Miss Wolfpack Trustees endorse central board ixyr other coortUnation plans Casey supports need-only scholarships — i Gusler calls APO contest unofficial Oppose prnt-ming hfta rH Trustees present plan Renegmde python flees, -:T cr-z: trLT-rz-tjr found at Sammy Hoiue " = .- 2 r: Tiao dmot ee «Rc iwi L±G±4 €Slak.X».± 3±i ± 3±S Higher education reorganized; sweeping bill enacted Saturday Sterling addresses u:SJ! Union Directors Sm ;-i-.- - Absentee baliotiiig authorized Cor tiot ir de vrz " : " ; r™ ! " " ° " " i " tL " c=:- " rri:r to be pushed by Ou§ier on evaluation list £B ' r r - -z -tr, rrn Evaluation Faculty Senate votes to suspend teacher ratings _: j i£ Safran nominated for commission post Trustees approve new liquor policy Tavain leclurer sptfaks I Students fear reprisals Acrivial Harris ' - x bere tomorrow ; ZT § Senate votes Starling sm,— city council position J: p Cagers hearing d yed ' £ ,; : ? £r r£: Senate passes athletics fee referendum H Jf . " " _ _ ' ?. f: „ ' " " " ' _ L±G± Players ' statement backs Al Michaels ■r rr - ' gr rs " £;H5f Merchandise flouts . " T " . . 2== " - " -; at Union auction Restructuring pleases Caldwell | -V ; Players ' hearings reach court today ■?rSr- I Blood drive today Athletics Casey: ' damned if you do, damned if you don ' t ' ; " .r frlllZr! rS-t: " Survey shows students ' . ri Hi II! T iri ' V l favoring mandatory fee iVo probable cause shown Court frees Coder and Heuts I o elections board stops referendum Student Affairs reorganization planned — JT- ' IT Sada d ail specific practices ' r i.S n-j:. ' .T zr: ; ' i ' y " i- Wi » !««»f ' .«»« «ftji;,, f « % V . ■ : • . ' -iiitJ , »i ] :»ti nii ipa f : 1 ! livcf ioA mc kcndfcc pf ing lO cpl kfi loffcf OA 99 cpl jcimc 90119 . s I4-I7ecl ,f kJ : ■ f ' b ' ■ 4 ■. ' iiidiciA Icilc foil Tja ' n ' K i: " ' ! ' W. ■.y -KiA-y ' .- M cqI r CALS S CRD THAU I •Tf CfOfI ' w ■■ - ' ' tt . »J i» ,« i« ? ■ : Sh» ' . ■■ ' ■ ' o x : t« ' fu T V " hfcf fobcilo flock o .■i ' ' - -i¥ % ' " ' - x,- ' ■- k ' - ' ' T- - t r ■ ■ ' t ' ' :r : - - •»■■ 41 « • ■■■■ ' ' ' ■ ' , " V ' , i tojimi foolboll VISIONS OF RED AND WHITE TRUDGING THE 100 YARDS OF RAIN-SOAKED TURF, WHILE MINI-SKIRTED BLONDS CARTWHEEL ALONG THE SIDELINES, VENTURE INTO MEMORY. CHEERS REBOUNDING ACROSS CARTER STADIUM AND THE SOUND OF STRAINING TRUMPETS ARE QUIET NOW IN SILENT RESPECT. THE HOME DRESSING ROOM WAS OFTEN QUIET. ONLY THE SCUFFLING OF FEET SPLASHING ON COLD TILE BROKE THE SILENCE. HUGE MEN SAT SHOCKED, FIGHTING A DEEP AND EMPTY FEELING AS FINGERS FIDGETTED WITH STRAPS AND GAUZE AND BANDAGES. AL MICHAELS WOULD STAND QUIETLY WITH HIS PLAYERS AND THEN TURN TO MEET AN INQUIRING PRESS. ' •rv;,- I IT ' S NOT HARD TO RECALL THOSE SAD EXPRESSIONS DRAPING THE AGING FACE. IN THE LOCKER ROOM, DRENCHED BY FALL RAINS, AL MICHAELS STOOD ALONE, SEEKING A WAY TO EXPLAIN A LOSS - IT WAS NEVER A PLAYER ' S FAULT. THE WOLFPACK REMEMBERS THOSE MOMENTS WHEN AL MICHAELS STRUGGLED, SOMETIMES EMOTIONALLY, TO PROTECT THEM AND GIVE THEM THE CHANCE HE KNEW THEY DESERVED. AND NEAR SEASON ' S END, THE PLAYERS ASKED THAT HE BE GIVEN THE SAME CHANCE HE GAVE THEM. RALLYING EMOTIONALLY BEHIND MICHAELS, THE PACK SURPRISED EVERYONE IN THE DYING DAYS OF THE SEASON WITH UPSETS AND NEAR UPSETS AND THEN PROMISE - THE PLAYERS ' FINAL TRIBUTE TO THEIR COACH. 1971 - A SEASON MARKED FIRST BY OPTIMISM. THEN DISAPPOINTMENT AND FINALLY RESPECT. AFFECTION AND TEARS. IT WAS A SEASON WHEN A TEAM AND A SCHOOL REALIZED THERE WAS MORE TO FOOTBALL THAN JUST WINNING; THAT THERE WAS A COACH WHO PUT HIS PLAYERS FIRST IN HIS MIND, A KIND AND PATIENT MAN WHO BASED ALL ACCOMPLISHMENTS ON HARD WORK. THE ACCOMPLISHMENTS MOUNTED UP IN THE END. 1971 WILL BE A VERY UNIMPRESSIVE YEAR IN THE RECORD BOOKS; HOWEVER, IT WILL BE REMEMBERED IN THE HEARTS OF THE PLAYERS, COACHES AND FANS WHO STRUGGLED AND SUFFERED THROUGHOUT THE SEASON AND FOUND THE TRUE MEANING OF INTERCOLLEGIATE FOOTBALL. bo kclbcill « !•» V . ; . . - ' ' . V ' WITHOUT QUESTION, DAVE FHOMPSON IS THE FINEST -RESHMAN BASKETBALL PLAY- ER THIS OBSERVER HAS EVER SEEN F HE FINISHES HIS VARSITY lAREER AT STATE, HE COULD BE PHE GREATEST TO EVER PLAY FHE GAME IN THE ACC. -BRUCE PHILLIPS THE RALEIGH TIMES WE DIDN ' T THINK ABOUT LOSING THOSE OTHER CLOSE GAMES. WE THOUGHT ABOUT WINNING THIS ONE. -RICK HOLDT ALL HE DID WAS SCOR STATE ' S LAST SEVEN POINTS GRAB THE BIGGEST REBOUND II THE GAME, AND THEN AS THl FINAL COUP DE GRAS INTER CEPTED A CAROLINA PASS WITI THREE SECONDS LEFT. -THE RALEIGH TIME. PACK 85 THIS MAKES UP FOR EVERYTING. -PAUL CODER TONIGHT WE GUTTED IT OUT. -RICK HOLDT HEELS 84 r A , bo cboll » ? • ' » " ii IF IT HITS THE GARBAGE CAN, THAT ' S A DOUBLE. OVER THE CLOTHES LINE IS A HOME RUN UNLESS IT ' S FOUL. GIVE SUSIE FIVE STRIKES AND THROW IT TO HER SOFT; SHE ' S JUST A KID. THE CORNER OF THE STEPS IS THIRD, BUT IF THE BALL HITS THERE IT ' S FOUL. YOUR SIDE IS THE YANKEES AND WE ' RE THE RED SOX. I ' LL BE MICKEY MANTLE. WE ' LL PLAY FOR NINE INNINGS OR UNTIL MOMMA CALLS US. WE GET FIRST BAT ' CAUSE IT ' S MY YARD. IF YOU KNOCK OUT A WINDOW, RUN LIKE CRAZY. ' T IfQCk - ? 1 HE WAS A LEO, CHILD OF THE SUN: ON CRYSTALLINE DAYS I SAW HIM RUN A LONG. LOOPING PATH THAT TOUCHED THE HORIZON, TIME ' S CIRCLE CUT WHEN HE DASHED FROM SIGHT, BUT THE CURVE CLOSED ROUND WHEN HE, FLUSHED AND RUDDY, TURNED BACK INTO THE LIGHT. OR DID IT SEEM HE WAS THE SOLAR SOURCE, HIS STRIDE, HIS STANCE SO FULL OF PULSE? uiimming ic€ chomp lugby % ♦ -V v- ' .t A; - ' ' ' - ■■ -r OCCCf Fencing UlfC lliA golf Icnni cncofc :• «-!k . yy --. ■•t ' P P ■ r r ' 9 1 i - — -«r; ' fTf U. -••••• ' •i .Jm k • «« ' ' SHK :? I ■ ' .« Va f t- . :—, ' - :i ' CLASS OF 72 ;r«I ' THOr IAS ALLEN JAMES ALLEY JOHN ANDERSON MARY BARBER i F iM JOFFREY BROOKS LANNY BURLESON RICHARD CARRINGER PHILCAVENESS JIMMY CHISHOLM LLVIN BARWICK KENNETH BATEMAN MAURICE BERRY CLAUDI A BERR YHILL 4 . REBA BARBERY CARL BARNES JULIA BIBB KIM BRADSHAW ft V T r ] " V ! " ' v ' Bir BK ■„ .h i ■■■ HOWARD CANNON EDDIE CARAM GLENN CAROWAN lAftln.f life 1 III AG LIFE SCIENCES o V -. 1 A DAVID CLAPP Pfc ' l f STEVE CLINE GARY COLLINS LARRY COOPER DONALD COSTON RICHARD COTTON ANDREW COWLEY SANDERS COX ANDREW CRAWFORD JAMES CURFMAN PHILIP DAVIS DOUGLAS DILLS WILLARD DUNLOP BARBARA DURRANT WILLIAM FARMER LARRY FRANCIS ED FRANKENSTEEN DALE FREEZE LARRY GARREN JOHNNY GEORGIOU CAROLYN GIBSON WAYNE GIBSON DAVID GOODEN M.. RICHARD GREEN JOHN HARDEN WALLACE HARE NORMA HASSAN JACK HAYES 4e- f iM THOMAS HONEYCUTT JAMES HOPE ALLAN HOVIS TED IVEY HARRY JENKINS CHARLES JOHNSOr LARRY LONG RALPH KETCHIE JOYCE KIMBREL RUPERT LANGDON V dk GARY LAWRENCE h. PAUL LONG KURT LUND LOUIE JOHNSON RODNEY JOHNSON STEPHEN JOHNSTON RANDY JONES HAROLD JORDAN PHILLIP KAYLOR I HELEN LEE JOHN MADDREY LARRY MALLARD STUART MATTHEW SUSAN MC CAULEY JANET MC CORMACK GERALD MC CRAIN DONNIEMCFALL LARRY MERRILL FLOYD MILEM ROBERT MOORE GARDNER MORGAN THOMAS NASH i JACOB PARKER JAMES PARSONS JOHN PATE o RODNEY PHILLIPS ROYCE PHILLIPS ilk JAMES POPE | o ' tliAk ■ } ■ JAMES NUTT WILLIAM OGLESBY RUSSEL PAGE mlk PHILIP PATRICK PHILIP PAYONK TERANCE PELL MARCIA POWELL EDGAR PRITCHETT BARNEY RAGLAND GEORGE RAYMOND RICHARD REID MARK RICHARDSON STEVE RIDDICK ROBERT RIGGS CHARLES ROOKS s- CARLTON ROUSE LEONARD SAFRIT RONALD SCHNITZER JANET SHALLCROSS KENNETH SHEPPARD BEN SHINGLETON r» ] d TERRY SHOLAR LOUISE SHOREY VELVA SIMMONS LARRY SINK FRANK SMITH JERRY SMITH JOHN SMITH STACY SMITH V C: GROVER STOWE TED TAYLOR RICHARD UMBARGER JAMES WALL V t SIDNEY TEAGUE MARGARET THOMPSON MARTHA TOLA RONALD TRANTHA DENNIS WALLER JAMES WEBBER LARRY WEEKS JEFF WILKINS JESSE WILLIAMS DAVID WILSON JIMMIE WOODALL ROBERT WOODY JAMES WOOTEN ANNA WORSHAM I ' M WALTER ARNOLD LARRY AUSTIN CHARLES BARKLEY FRANK BLANTON GEORGE BRADLEY CARL BRIDGERS IV LYMAN BRYANT DONALD D AMBROSl BYRON HORNE DAVID JAMES JOHN KIRTZ MICHAEL LOWRY SAM MORGAN KENNETH MORRIS MICHAEL NICKLAS WILLIAM PETTY WILLIAM PIVER JOSEPH RAINWATER THOMAS ROTH DESIGN u ERIC SIFFORD LOUIS SKEITON DONALD SMITH STANLEY SUTHER JOHN VAN AKEN LESLIE VOLLMER FRONT: LARRY STALLINGS, RICHARD MICHAELS, ROBERT PEEBLES, PHIL LANG, BYRON HORNE. BACK: ROBERT HAMLIN, RICHARD CURTIS, LANE ATKINS, CHESLEY SUGG. KNEELING: DON MASTERTON, INSTRUCTOR. f CHARLES ALLISON ANGELI A ARNOLD % A ' ii 9- THOMAS BASS HARVEY BECHAM JANICE BOWEN CHERRIE BOWLING JAMES BRYANT JAMES BURSTON KATHLEEN CARTER STANLEY CAUSBY CATHY CLARK DOUGLAS CLARK STEPHEN CORBIN EDUCATION LESTER CRENSHAW ' GEORGE EVANS ANNETTE EXUM JERRY FERGUSON RALPH ENNIS JAMES GARDNER JAMES GENTRY DONALD GLASCO HOWARD GORE THOMAS HAM DONALD HANKINS JOHN HARDEE COY HEWETT THOMAS JACKSOh CYNTHIA JARMAN WILLIAM JERNIGAN MARY JOHNSON RAY JOHNSON LUTHER JONES HENRY JOYNER CURTIS JUDGE ALAN JUSTUS RICHARD LANOY RONALD MARTIN KATHLEEN MC CENEY DANA MC MANU! A i EDITH NAYLOR ALAN OGUS DONNIE PEEDIN BRENDA PIPKIN : ' i MICHAEL ROSS PAUL SCHEETZ JERRY OLDHAM PHYLLIS OVERTON JOHN PAYNE MALINDA PEARCE L ' SUSIE POPE ALLEN PRICE LARRY REVELS GARY RIDOUT STUART SHEARIN dM JOHN SHELTON D.L. SILVERTHORNE JANET SMITH it £ ■k RALPH SMITH CAROL STALLINGS NANCY STANLEY VICKI STANLEY ASHLEY STEPHENSON JAMES STEWART 9 ■ % 1 KENNETH STEWART JAMES STRAIN HOWELL STROUP LARRY SWANSON HARRY THOMAS TERRY THOMAS DAVID TIMBERLAKE ROBIN TRUMBO y. WAYNE FORTE DON WEBSTER MICHAEL WILSON WILLIAM WINDLEY WILLIAM WINFIELD ALFRED WORLEY THOMAS ABBOTT s " i SAMUEL ADAMS RONALD ALEXANDER WALTER ALEXANDER DONNIE ALLEN Jl ' ROBE RT i •—} AMBF iOSE =Yf Gil _BER — T A NDER SON J AME ; ASH IBUP !N JAMES ATKINS =1 — IP s E g ± d ± 3 3 3 — L _.. . - 4 - _ - " i . -J _ . - " - ' ' 1 : " - ■= -■ = — ■: --=■ - = = ' - - - • ; r_iid t.i t:: _■ " jti: .- .4 rC -.1. " - r.- 1 j L ,1 K - i H:t : :9 z yh| :i 14444 44 ui r. 1 1 r ■- ; 1 r n ' ; 1 j m liJ ' ' 1 1 1 - 1 1 t: r : m m Mi m m u i h Mi hk A m m ti m M fM mn m J ib Iff Ri fJ 4 fc 2 li 4 j| n JOSEPH BAILEY RICHARD BARRIER ENGINEERING t ill C.W. BARRINGER LARRY BASS CORNELI US BASS GORDON BASS WESLEY BASS RONALD BAYSDE CHARLES BOYD JEFFERSON BRADLEY ANDREW BRANCH ALEX BURKART TED CASH JOHANNA CARVOVr PAUL CHAPPELL CHUNG KAE CHENG JACK CHERRY IRVIN CHEWNING MICHAEL CHRONISTER EVERETT CLOCKEf m % RONNIE COBLE WILLIAM COCHRANE RONALD COLEMAN C.C.COLLINS Jiv AARON CREECH DANNY CRUMP LARRY DANIELS JOHN DARBY JAMES DAVIS LARRY DAVIS J i LANNY DEAL CHARLES COOK CHARLES DINKEL VICK DIXON PINAKIN DAVE RAYMOND DAVEY STEVEN DOAK WAYNE DOHERTY BURLESON DONIHI RICHARD DRAPER GREGORY DUFOUR JOHN DUNN KENNETH EARWOOD MICHAEL EDWARDS HARRY ELAM ALFRED ELLINGTON - TONY GOBBLE » DHANSUKHLA GANDHI NAT GARRISON WILLIAM ENGLAND GARY ERVIN WILLIAM EVERS RALPH FAULK CHARLES FORD JOHNNY FOREHAND K « WILLIAM FINLEY LEONARD FURLOUGH BENJAMIN FUSSELl ROBERT GILBERT LARRY GILCHRISl RALPH GORDON LANCE GRANGER JERRY GREENE JOHN GREENE ALLEN GREENWOOD CRAIG GROCE WADE HAMPTON , LARRY HARDIN 4 BILLY HILL EDWARD JOHNSON KENNETH HAYDON MICHAEL HELMS WILLIAM HELMS JOE HOOKER JOSEPH HOWARD JAMES HUGHEY STEPHEN JOHNSON DENNIS JONES I PAUL HERRE JEFFREY HARRISON ROBERT HARTGROVE 4 , I L Ifl I ■ JOHN HEWITT 7-. JAMES HINKLE RICHARD HINSON KENT HOFFMAN DONALD JONES GREGORY JONES JOHN JONES . ' i -. i JOSEPH JOPLIN m JAMES KESSLER FORREST KING DON JORDAN V JOSEPH KESSLER 1 PAUL KESSLER DAVID LUCAS CLAUDE MACK DAVID MAHONEY MICHAEL MALONEY THOMAS MARTIN ROBERT KENNEDY STEVE KERNODLE JOHN LUMSDEN EDWARD LYON JON KILBY LACHLAN KINCAID GILBERT KWONG MARTIN LAJCZOK MICHAEL LANEY STEPHEN LARGENT JOSEPH LAWRENCE RICHARD LAWRENCE ikit jiA . 1 ] RICHARD LEARY MICHAEL LEDBETTER ERIC LENTZ WILLIAM LEWIS MARVIN LISK FRANK LOUZEK VIICHAEL LOVELACE MAX MAUNEY LYNN MATHIS RENALDO LOVISA GARY MC ALISTER WOODROW MC CLURE 1 1 JOHN MC DERMON JOSEPH MCKAY GLENN MC MAHON BENNY MC PEAK DONALD MC PHAIL JAMES MEREDITH ■ , Vi LARRY MERRITT ROBERT MIKELL ROBERT MILES DAVID MILLER JOHN MILLER AMOS MOORE A- 1 I Hii ' M R R. L. 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