North Carolina Wesleyan College - Dissenter Yearbook (Rocky Mount, NC)

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Therefore it appears to me that the president of Wesleyan must make certain that capable and responsible individuals plan and supervise the of I ti 5 Kg - J. f 1' 'T ff s if 2 f l , , l Z ff A Lx .. MEP Dr. Raymond Bauer, Acting Academic Dean and Director of Athletics educational growth and development of the college, that he and his associ- ates arrange for adequate financial support and still find time to dream great dreams for the college and then share excitement of that dream with the campus so that it may come true. The position of acting academic dean has afforded me some new insights into the world of a college program. lt's one thing to be a faculty person but it's quite different when it comes to the operation of an entire faculty as well as the student body. The Dean of Students isp at various times, a sheriff, psychiatrist, janitor, executioner, target, intermediary, ad- visor, counselor, peacemaker, admin- istrator, and friend. Often the greatest rewards are not realized until months or years later when former students return to the campus as parents, busi- nessmen, teachers, lawyers, dentists- as mature, responsible, concerned, and contributing members of society. That's when you recognize what this business of higher education should really be about. Floyd Sawyer, Comptroller As the chief financial officer of a small liberal arts college my main pleasure is working with students and their fi- nancial problems. I also enjoy seeing students mature during their stay at Wesleyan and I particularly delight in seeing them graduate. x""w Robert Maxwell, Dean of Students was 2 yawn an f we' ww 1 A 3 3, ,Hit 3f,g,fym,a,a.,?g56sln+a'artetv- 4-fm wzwvmmwwm-mmm-w. 1, mimi? ia " 'L' ' ' . 1' N -E, 'FF ,ts - Q' - ' I ' 1-'.'-'rpg H ,' "'i.-if-"'. .i"' lfR,-.,1':g5t1,t51'w1:-yy'-E" :nt-wtnfatr'i"'fri':-?".j,,ge-f,,,1Y--5,'-72,3'+:,1Q-'glijiiy'',2j'1'j,155',-'j-,igi ij 11 Hp: - I V - --, L ti Qu, " . tv. -1 .:' -.,-, 1 V' -,- T. .H ff, 1 , . tt -qs, f, . - A '--1 - -.f'-w- ' .f .,p f .v . gm, -, .- - ie .' t.. 1: .Je -- t w . . a e- 1 - . ,. . V. 1. .- -V ,M , wt. tt. V . , . ,L , -.J-tn.--if .zrzr , , The tasks of the office of the Dean of Students are many. They range from taking care ot honors, assisting in printing the Bishops L.A.W., and su- pervising orientation, to helping new students in adjusting to campus life. I feel however, that the students' great- est need is filled by the little things that we do. This job entails more than helping students take advantage of what Wesleyan offers academically, it involves providing an atmosphere in which students can learn more about living with their fellow men, thereby finding their niche in life. I' , by s 14:1 Sarah Alexander, Assistant Dean of Students gt. X it - --,4 tar 4 fi ef Q ll William Carlow, Registrar and Director of Admissions As Director of Student Aid I have to file appropriate applications and re- ports to agencies such as the federal government who supply a majority of student aid. And l feel that the job and what I do is important because about 35120 of our students are receiv- ing financial aid and most of these students would not be able to attend without it. As director of placement I think we are providing some good, current, and usable information in jobs and post-educational material for our own students, And l'm some- what disappointed by the lack of par- ticipation by the majority of seniors. XL As Registrar and Director of Admis- sions my relationship with students begins before they enter Wesleyan and usually does not end when they leave or graduate. Even though this causes my role to be very broad in nature I feel that service to the stu- dent is my most important function. .vii TTT ". - lt -L p U li Qi Alvin Horne, Director of Financial Aid DY- l0S9Ph M3CPh9f50f'- Uhfaflfm I9 'c '- -:r'.- .e 'f W' - A - , . - .. - . . . ' .Wi-W 'vwUfHi.-"- :ure 6 ,2-fwfz :I -, M ' Q ., 1 --1- ' Roger Taylor, Admissions Counselor I find that my position as Admissions Counselor at North Carolina Wes- leyan has been a valuable experience, in that it has afforded me an opportu- nity for exploration-exploration of people and places. Thus, my job has proved to enlighten as well as in- tensify my perspective, all of which for me, is another important and nec- essary step towards reaching maturity. fvs. wr-inhuman- f ' " 1 'L,m:auwm' .at4 if B2- .Est it1':i':.f'fiE'5-E5J?:i'.'FV W l 1 ,,, M, .. ,M l.W.E. loyner Director of Public Relations In essence, the role of a public rela- tions officer is to present the vitality and vigor of the student body and the college to the general public through the use of all media possible-news- papers, television, radio, alumni newsletters and information bulletins, We attempt to utilize every avenue leading to this goal-to inform the public both regionally and distant about Wesleyan College. 20 As a private college admissions coun- selor, I find my tasks have been more difficult because of our rapid chang- ing society. Even with innovative and forward looking programs, Wesleyan is like other private institutions finding their product harder to market due to rising cost and declining interest for a liberal arts education. Mary Lang Admissions Counselor Lynda Homes L Assistant Director of Public Relations it We rihhii 'i?'lfvl'iifQ Q ffiiikffii WWRMPW li-Ulidiiblttwtiaitktidttf IM fe sw -aumwwiws-iw 4 Q in tw will .- fm 1 ,,,., ,H ,,,, 1 ,, ,.L,,v .g,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, UV, ,,,, ,,,,,:,, ,.,,,g , ,.,,, 5,1 ,. 1, y, ,. , , T M . . , , ,, X A Y ' "':'VQ' '.,' 'Leif ' 'Y' ,I ' ' 5 Hi' Wx 'A 'MP' ?, F ,, rf: we iw: 9. ein! :-1. - f'm.','.L1ff-' rc. A V 1 . ,,., ,,.. ,, , , . 1 i 1 1. .wav 1 u.. . , X Faculty Corbitt Rushing Political Science Rick Watson-A reverse oreo cookie. One who takes the world seriously without being a "serious" person. Or, more admirably, takes the world more seriously than he takes himself. Mack Sturgill is the campus cosmo- politan . . . His knowledge of geogra- phy-most gained from personal ob- servation-is awesome. And, if ever a man was a born linguist, Mack is. -.,.Q.....4 Don Scalf Physical Education lack Teagarden-Really, underneath the Spanish cape and beret there is a health nut who swims at least a mile per day. r Frances Harrison is one of the most outstanding people I've known. She is well versed in her discipline and has the ability to convey this knowledge to others. She is personally interested in her students and truly puts them first in her teaching. As a matter of tact, this appears to be her philoso- phy of life-putting others first . . . If I had to choose just one adjective to describe her it would be sincere. . - J 4 it "il. A fl , I f I sf C. Edgar Stryker Music If you want to know about Allen lohnson, ask Teagarden. From him you'll hear only praise of lohnson's scholarship, magnificence of teaching and humor. And, after all, those men have spent many periods together- here and abroad! Q . ,Nw ci ,'..-fs!-e--443K , 1 i . f x I X n J, Q r X fi Ken Finney History Arthur McCoy seems in some ways to be a hangover from a bygone era. His great interest in jan and the "Big Band" era is reflected in his attitudes towards his own band. lean Edge-enthusiastically dedicated to her work and to her students, she possesses a generous heart! William Kilgore-"I must go down to the seas again, to the lonely sea and the sky, and all I ask for is a tall ship and a star to steer her by." il i -.-I il ' I tl . 5 ii! Gary Martin Economics David lones-The mouth of the South! William Sasser-A Beethoven come lately. Henry Funderburk-The Education Departments jim Hailey. Arthur McCoy-Mr. Smooth of the music department. Has an air of cor- fidence and hope for the future of his students. Edward Wiltrakis-A demon on the golf course! ibut not offlj 21 95 I" I I . i H1 l r'. 1. 5 1 'r .itz ,, 1. 4 1 va . wf .gif I -1 if-'i' 3 . ,l 'J v lu . I A .A,. 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Frances Harrison-The square root of wonderful, Michael Pratt-Mr. Pratt seems to re- late to the students and his basketball players in a knowledgeable manner. He is understanding and is a motivat- ing instructor. if . " .1 fa 7 A q -,LQ sr - . ' . X Dr. Bernard Kane His sameness, friendliness, and devo- tion to students and to teaching and ability to relate to others in any situ- ation make lohn Davis a favorite per- son on the N.C.W.C. campus. Ray Brackett-lane's husband. Frank Haggard-Here is a uniquely qualified church historian, an authen- tic thirteenth-century man: he com- bines the mind of Thomas Aquinas with the spirit of St. Francis. Vance Mizelle English 1 Mack Sturgill-A few moments with Mack will convince you that Santa Claus is Spanish . . . or at least he knows the language. xl I., Dr. Ralph lames Religion and Philosophy Gary Martin-A humanitarian econo- mist-a rare and welcome phenomenon. Madeline Nevins-Personally, good- natured, cheerful, charming, both very direct with people while being very sensitive to them as persons at the same time. Intellectual, bright, knowl- edgeable, incisive, with the ability to see to the heart of the matter. -L45 V 1 .-5 David lones Biology History 22 f .-4. v fi, ffliwfxvtffa 4 i A if it 935883392-axihbiwsvttiwlwwmbrsmwwra Q--ei 4--as ws ww.-ww. a an is t .ai ., fx ,A - M iz. , W ED.,-, If 3, ,:-alia if 1 , ,nf J. .1 .,5i,.,eV,?4,.iY,3,H?l.K,,A,.,, 5.6 wt, 3 -,Jc,:,,. ,TH-?,,,',A.:,,,,..1-.I .?,,.,, N ,W n N , . 1 , A. 3. 4, 1, "" S3 3 2 x:. JE I 4 .T ..'-. , A Q , -.., 'gr ., ,' bi- ,- -fp? 'ff 7-ifP'k'i'..-,Wi-,., 'K ff fii' 35. -59721,-5-tf', "i"'Ig fix' r P .-Y' v Y - 'J' ' i I1 , , I Lionel Bishop-WesIeyan's tee-total- ing Beau Brummel. Dr. lohn S. Davis Music Henry Funderburk has a new educa- tional philosophy tor the twentieth centuryg first you get the wagons in a circle. . . Corbitt Rushing-"Bully"-the rein- carnation of "Teddy" Roosevelt. lt' x . 9- SI. ,- K -:lt-I 'Ayr 43,:f',.S' Q 4 ' 'TNT 5 Jn' - rv-J 1 .t -i""' g Dr. Rexford Tucker Religion and Sociology The courtly Southern gentleman ot the English department: that's Vance Mizelle. If he ever hurt anyone, it was an accident. On stage and off, he-'s perfectly ingratiating. And the things he knows about our language! Dr. lane Ranney Psychology lames Hailey-the only person who really knows where Moses parked his jeep. s 1 -is Don Scalf's qualitit-s ot smtt-ritx, samt-ness, understandinig, st'll-t on- trol, wit and dependability makt- hint an ideal person with whom lu work llis interests in his distipline and his students blend to make teat hung more than a job to hump rather, it dn - tales his lite style. At tually, he could use a raise in salary! Edward Hester-serious, intense. good-humorecl, down lu earth. Bernard Kaneean enthusiaslit person who strives to teat h through example as well as through suhiett matter. An alive personality, Dr. Wilde is an educator who is highly respet ted across the state ot North Carolina. Every time I tell someone that I teach at Wesleyan College he says "Oh, you work with Sim Wilde, clon't you?" Not only is he an all-round good guyg he keeps his office immaculate. rx sy X 3 x Q i , A 1 i' We e s..., , r 'vi' ,qu . lk . . ,.-'ww' A- fx , '1 E A 'I Dr. Allen S, lohnson, History, Chairman of the Social Science Division Arthur Adams-widely read, with a curious, inquiring mind, a genuine scholar who is also witty, urhane, al- together delightful-a true "gentleman and scholar," Edward Brandt-Population control and genetics is his "bag"-a vital com- mitment to where the human species is going. lack Moore-He has a dry pokertaced humor that otten catc hes me unaware. limmie Purser-Excellent sportsman. Edgar Stryker-a vent talented pianist, an unusually dedicated teacher who never blows his own horn, Still water runs deep. 23 W i ,frfitlif-'QF' xiii- 4-3, - r.iC-N., 4 , -.Jt.'..f ,, - - ' tgp: v' V ,'1', , ,M1 ,17l5-. 3 . 1j.. , 5' 'rr " 1 -4 rr- e- ' s v - 1 .f . H --I -.J Q . ' 1- . " I "'ti1w'k 'l4!'!"""i't 5 --Jvc-.-,, A .msvnsswgQanezfu' t.a..,ims4t,s:- Af: 1 f wkai v-ami ne s. . P -Mt' " at 'J'-..-...tf-'Ei.tf!."i. we J 'E' ' " 4 ': Arthur Admas-A renaissance man. N iv. William Kilgore-a fellow all the stu- gi dents should get to know. A facade ot ' l academic seriousness masks a real x 1: " "swinger". A -1? t 'f V f f X I 1 ff, X . , y A I f ,N It 34' . X4 ' 0 l l . I . f . it 1 ..f.f4'f'HiH", V Richard Kagey . Theatre Arch Sharer-A true naturalist-his concern for nature has permeated his entire life style. Sim Wilde-imaginative and creative. Lionel Bishop-You'll never believe the story about the shirt! I hardly do myself. - if ,.,.,-,-W" . rr- , - - 1 ' ' ' P , 2 IINA I Q . AN I A i ,A , . I ' ' ,f .f 1' ' x if I .I .ii 2 E 4 , l Richard Watson History Ray Brackett-Here's a shy, self- effacing man whom in his quiet way allies himself with the forces for radi- cal change in education. His continual crusades against pornography and the open discussion of "indelicate" sexual matters have made his belief in mod- esty an inspiration to all. 24 T . George Armstrong Humanities . H, 12-1 I3 V 5- l 4? 1 11 . .:,.. Fa 3 .I lx l '-H 5 . 'J vu, F X 'W .- , ' .1 i : ' ,l lo as - I . , l t 5 1 ' i 2 , ggicfi 1 1 lean Edge Physical Education lane Ranney-a staggering intellect- almost scary-and a real flash on the badminton court. Gary Martin-A refreshingly new face. He should be widely used as a faculty consultant to student causes. Willing to put in the time and energy to do the job. Everybody needs a Ray Brackett. Otherwise one might run off giggling into the gardens and murmering how lovely it all is. Ray is a kind of antidote to that. Kenneth Finney-an historian with stamina, necessary for teaching at Wesleyan. Dr. I. William Kilgore Chemistry and Physics Bernard Kane-a dynamic interest in man and his environment. Open, friendly but not much sympathy for the "goof-off" types-after all life isn't a free ride. Dr. lack Teagarden, English Chairman of the Humanities Division Q f. , ggigfii' -1' .- at L u ,A a-f3gQfVf:z. f..4.3-1--.".f- -QL era- w- Ji-4,-3,'vg:j4fg.:l"q-it J '--Li' 'fl nj 1 Q,Z+'A'w1:.ll.:---,' ' "". l Q., g,.!.2. 'VL Q . . i Q gfvw l.. 211. ' SKY-t1irY'El5'hi5Wt'?H'?:i1lZ't3'fr-'54"ff"c-Pfv11'ftf1'f'2fM-mwimms.tisae-mx-..ff'ssw-.f 'iw PM- -'L -L I f',,l"1'q.L 'NYM it 1' til' g, J I Q 4 1 N I Arthur Adams German Corbitt Rushing-A man deeply de- voted to the ascetic tradition of his church who fervently campaigns against all profanity and back-sliding. Politically, he has made an interesting sythesis of anarchism and the devine right of kings which he uses in his in- vectives against the effete epigones of the New Deal. lean Edge-More people like her would make Wesleyan and the world better. Arthur Adams-knows how to capiti- lize on lost causes: Nazism, Hitler, the Modern Language Department. Dr. William Sasser Music iflol . f.., ,, lean Edge, Play Girl:-loves life, loves people, loves Wesleyan. I love lean Edge! William Sasser-His "white tie and tails" piano concerts give Wesleyan a badly needed touch of elegame. Richard Kagey seems to have been in theater l"theatre," he insists-his only affectationi for two hundred years. Yet he masquerades as a very young man. He has fooled even the census- takers. But nobody that young has amassed that much knowledge of, and that much experience in, the the- ater. lncidentally, prompt him to do dialects. You'll howl with laughter, but you'll also recognize that he has ex- actly rendered enunciations and inflections. lames Hailey-He's always cheerful and outgoing-even at the crack of dawn. Dr. Theresa Vaughan Mathematics, Part time Allen lohnson-one of our best rounded professors-the closest thing that Wesleyan has to a "man for all seasons." Lionel Bishop-Bright, visionary, dedi- cated, committed, concerned about student welfare. lack Teagarden-a modern St. George who attacks the dragon of illiteracy with Shakespeare in one hand and Milton in the other. Z0 Helen Matthewsellelen is the kind ot person who should tear h evewom- in the first grade. She is warm and friendly and probably looks al every- one as if she were their mother. She has a big heart and tends to respond to people and situations with her heart before her head. I like that in people. Dr. lack Moore Religion and Philosophy Ll Dr. Arch Sharer, Biology Chairman of the Science Division Madeline Nevins-A dedicated Ultra- montanist whose staunch and heroic stand against an insidious "Aggiorni- mento" have earned her many papal accolade. Her colleagues treasure her for her constant espousal of "a woman's place is in the home" philosophy. 25 ' ' il -iravw 'Est' s:':1V - vf'if'-+11-'li 4. -.-Ja. '- .f r. ff' " HU M--?.c.,'3, rs .i!'f1:-.svn- Jai Y " - 5 ""' ndmiussa-Q:a1az'f ,,,1. af,f a.. 1 F' .'. f.1 af.s .1, e r m. - .: . '. ":i ' i i? E 'f - 'Pifftw "5 V A 1" f'f" 5- +"1,-'-'PH T 1 f""'a1-Wtff Madeline Nevins French Ralph james-The most convincing man I have ever known. He would have been a very successful mission- ary since he has the ability to prove the worth of most anything. He has several times sold me on an idea . . . and he did it through his ability to lay out the logic and then, convince me it was right. Perhaps he should have been a salesman. Sim Wilde-perhaps the hardest working member of the faculty. Bruce Van Blarcum-So enthusiastic and hard working he makes me feel old! Edward Brandt Biology lohn Davis has got to be one of the friendliest men on this campus! He doesn't seem to "choose" his friends which seem to include EVERYBODY. His tremendous assets as a musician and teacher include many fine quali- ties often found in others, but only rarely so concentrated in the same individual. 26 Michael Pratt Physical Education Henry Funderburk is a professional educator in that he is well informed and strives to keep abreast with trends and changes. Vance Mizelle-always speaks with his heart in his mouthl Richard Kagey-Good humor raised to the level of the sublime. David lones-The boy wonder. Allen johnson-Intellect can be graceful. lane Ranney-Ray's wife. Edgar Stryker-He is not a reticent man, but neither does he "trumpet" his opinions and attitudes. He brings to mind such adjectives as honest, forthright and dependable. Bruce Van Blarcum Theater Usually raconteurs are vapid outside the realm of jokes: Corbitt Rushing is the exception . . . He has perspective not only upon the unexpected fthe basis of much of his humorj but upon statesmancraft, politics, history, and law. ln addition, he probably reads more of all kinds of things than any other faculty member. Try him, you'll like him. And listen for his guffaws at movies with little redeeming social value. E l. 7,13- Mack Sturgill Spanish se' -,tt 1 it a. il WWWBFMVMWM .MM eww-wmmwww ami -s-W 2, vf-was-wat. aw s wsu. :ir . U ' t i f' 1 ' ' w 1Fl"""i"F's 1-W - A-1.51 " ' ' -'H"'ef'?'i 21'si'11'Q1-1'i"11".'tfa-W-1tiit1,fil.'itf'! ' v is 1 A ' '-1" " i ' L "" 2' ." l V iz. one . 4' -" '1l' ' 1-. ' ' . ' -2-,. buf-.il fi ' e, 21-T3 C nhl ' 'RW 'Q '. "if i,5"'i4'v:4W Y 'fji' fri? .. , .sh a- --s -..-..-:.-.rs c. ' t s- A ss . i, ' H... - s A . , , J .. -, C A . .L .. .:-'.... -" l' I 9 .nl ' FK IA 6 it P' Edward 1. Wiltrakis Mathematics Henry Funderburk combines tremen- dous energy with good old American "know-how". Arthur Adams-"He's got it all to- gether and knows where it's at." l 1 Edward Hester Economics . 'f 155-' c. Ray Brackett Psychology Helen Matthews-Mrs. Matthews is a well liked educator who has had much experience in the public schools. She knows what she is teach- ing because she has "been there". Madeline Nevins-"And God bless loan of Arc and Antigone and Nora and Candida and Madeline . . A nietic ulnus scholar, lack Teagarden drives hinisell hard but is gentle with his students. He never appears in class unprepared, never slights his duty to his students, goes "the extra mile" to see that everyone under- stands the concepts he presents and spends endless hours correcting pa- pers with minute, helpful comments, Allen lohnson, who tear hes with him, and is taught by him, is his most en- thusiastic fan. Henry Funderburk-concert punnest. -H.. 4 A 5. -4, I Frank P. Haggard Religion and Philosophy Madeline Nevins-She kicked the habit. So can you: Speak French! Edward Hester-Fred Astair without savoir faire. Kind, gracious, does what he likes to do without a trace of ex- cess ego. The "Compleat" economist. Ralph lames.-A deeply pious and or- thodox Christian whose dedication to church work is only surpassed by his zeal to preserve and conserve the Christian tradition. 27 ig -f I . I v tv" 41 1, N 1 .. -.j .Vs .4 - I i . 'Y . it Q .1-' .'l ". .fi i .- L 6.1 'Av 4. .fl . lf -., ia .lla 354 P--. g . 5? 'T Avi A.. U. .nt . .W 'l , n i xg., ..- .lk 1 1 . 1 . LA vi' f Qi .yy 1. If ir' Xl'-1' Ez". . .f T' ,eg-1 fl' fp- . .M , js-'5 H' L.. .- .s- .' L-5 - 5 l','.s , Q' 'f , 'Q W ' 1 I' ' P :Ai 1. fl. 1 J J . "" . . 17 Ay. 3 a X' 1.1 ' -'Az f'r c- ,, ,5 .- -- . . -1 . . , , . . . , , A ,ML ' "'l'1hf'f"i-wr.-5' 1 .trwiv .e-gt..'1'.1?e,' '33, ,- - se Y.. 1 'w.-J.. J, lvl bf fi: 7' -'7 ' 5, " '- ... .5 ""' ' . ,':"?' ' alfa " i we-ransa ,s .a.f. t,,. 1... - Q-,l n ..ist. g - - f . - '- at . "'- - t 3M':.t '5t 1f" 1 'f 1-i5f'f 3f'!'?1f' ?fM tts-'vt'-" 0' f s 2 -1 w Frances Harrison Mathematics Gary Martin-Is this the face that launced a thousand ships? Ralph lames-Bright and energetic. Helen Matthews Education Edward Hester-Serious, intense good-humored, down to earth. There is no drop-add in the game of life. 28 ,fa- Mack Sturgill-One of the most con- sistently comfortable human beings alive. I could talk to him endlessly. His sense of balance is one ofthe things I greatly admire in him. David jones-The man with whom I would most like to tour the Mojave Desert. He would, needless to say, have plenty to talk about, and it all would be interesting. Rexford Tucker-A ready wit-you might say a punsumate conster. 'HIE IQ ' Q. fx Arthur McCoy Music Edward Brandt-You should watch him playing with his kids-it's neat! Vance Mizelle-A rare talent that needs a better showcase. l would use him in a PR capacity-actor, singer, di- rector, and lecturer. Edward Wiltrakis-A "minority" man with a majority of virtues. Henry Funderburk-is a concerned educator, dedicated to high standards in teacher education and to ex- cellence in elementary education. Lionel Bishop Mathematics George Armstrong-A fascinating person to talk to on any subject. Ray Brackett-Often times misjudged, but one who truly has the very best interest of this school at heart. TEA., 1 3 LZ limmie Purser Chemistry and Physics iifsilwskifu .if 'ffigzil lHQg dvMwidfniYi'gW j'AU':-1 fb Axsbvzffvrd 1-im' 4-1 rf 1 KN Writ- 12 N is wi M 1 .L . .E t . .gi 1, In 'na at Q, 4,4 A f-1 X 1 --3, -H3 .LL Vg -. l,5, ' 1 115-fg1'.hejpk4., , -,f-,',. na M uf soft- -V 1 1- 'fu vuifii..-N I . J, il F "E bv ' ' 4 I1 ' u ' " L ' " "' " 5 - 'I -,.. K . a- - we . 'V N " l I . I ' . I Q, i 7-s l ,r . H s , 1 'U ' . -.' A -. tx., . i Q , - 1 51 :l xl i'. 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Q95 . .ai MARY BARRETT BARBARA BLANTON Rocky Mount, N.C. Raleigh, N.C. 32 . ,, 1 f A1 vw' QQ-1'9'.1.y"'fd 'K L 6i'm'1""P"g"11' ,Q imp' 011715 1, r .r "Y 1'y.,f ': , " 15,1 A' -x 2? ",' .14w1,f-Q" fix' 'Q'-'41-vlwf .'-114 -' " ' , r 3' 42 '-: ' 'ix V- . , '- '-'J A - . . . 1 . ' A H , ag . ..V 1 - 1 . , A -, , - - -uf, 1 1,5 , .w , , ,-' F, t ' ft f-:Vg ,mlm . h .wi K , ,3 I A V V ,,- .J Y vw, .4 J, Lx- ' '1. - h ,. . Y- ,J 4 .-1 " -- uw W , Y .' --A Ar, ft.. ,x , -. wh- f "wiv-,.. :M-V ,FT iv ' in 5, 4- 2.4.-1-V-, 1 1- in 5.71511 lulfw Qt XERXWWRE H-E34:'W's'5i 'NBSua+a5t4'Xt2 N f 19 div-sbfwhrvrl iris' v P 1 it -.K -ea num .x mt tt. tw ax ax "VFW ' .-,.- -v ' .' .'n, . .. 4 1 1'ii.'i,".' xl-N!.!'x'K3'-h'2., -. ' '- 1 ..r ru' -'- ':.'-f. --xx. . J 1 'N N, ,-n. BESS BOONE Catesville, N.C. TERRY BRITT Rocky Mount, N.C. PEARSAL' - 'cussnonu ,fi-' -J fl- r-.T l .- T 'D'g'i"" Edu W 1 -Y- Y T.. v 5 o .,, f- H lr '- .-...ns ' Y - -- 4 .J Al' '. -Lf L -- -v- .L fro' 4: ' .-CL 4 .1 'Af1'l"Y""' ' J". . . If V' -'-'V , Y - I 7 -Q. I ."-J.I. -Y - .l71::,nf" N ji-1jj.!!,I.' ,, l ,,,-.-- 1 .1- "r"L j'-1--'ffifff , Qs 1327-4: f . "P: IP 'lg S. Q -""" 51: 'I d"J,,,..-1 'u v " GENE BOWERS IO ANN BUXTON Rocky Mouni, NC- Rocky' Mount, NC. 33 .le . ' L5 ,, , 4, ,J -A .. 1 4 1 5 .W ' f 1 .' v ., . 44 55- 8' 1' 1 Q lr' .' A 5 ,f ,,. 'nfl -.. 5 1 :J lf ,. 34 mf, ,K YI, if A ia 'F f g . ll fl! 'T E KH p ' '.. .41 , A '. "1 ,: -. ' 4 1 Y U. 5 -.-1: 251 .-.J 1 X 1 I .ff 114- - i 1:1- :L F5 tm. H.: ,- X '. ',.v . ,' '1 '9 yu 'i ,n 19 rlf' 1 if r'-' K .r .ff , , "7 ii Xl 57, v ,XY w.14rh?,5,F:,,1:i-. L5-353. :wr Q. A4 Milf, ,4'fiL.TV,H 'A I -- pr: s ilk y! . - q--. .hh ,mn ir W E -, J. , . -1 It .znf rl : 1. Q . 1 .1. 1-,, ':fxf.f f -ff 41 -Q ',f.afM,. 11 ' ms g - -" ' ' ' " "' ,,,, iff' if --L MIKE CALFEE ROBBIE CARRUTH Rocky Mount, N.C. Rocky Mount, N.C. E.E.E':.E'E':l' I , . ., - - :5:1:5:1:2. ----' 5: ff fs ANNE CARROLL Charleston, S.C. GIL CARTER Bassett, Va. 34 ' 1 "1 " ' ' :.,fuff.+ -'-1 lf " ' "W: . ' -if '- fra, 'E-"If '1Ti.j":'T1i1.Y '1 X 1 ' f 2434.45-vac? ax- 553-islassgflrl-1' :K3g4'm'l1xx,mi'hlBki" ' LA3.9.uqr45fPx3,+QTwl'gf-,f1':14,'ig Lg- uf 'P-:lv - L, ..A-V54-,xkmg.'tu".Qtna::h.r 51.1.-y qw., .,,,,L11 A E L . fyi 'ff I --X. :' J'hr.,i.u.:-.. L ' ' ,-. -,,.'-y,g,f, 25: ' f , 1, ,rf,,-,., 1 v . if- gf-3-3,1 -4 .W s 5 8 I X .. Li .- go noni J win 'Q v 4' A -1 "' -vgg1'4' . Al-'Q ,O "fi Q MAIQ.. Ziuniiff ,fn DAVID COLE CAROL DIBLASI Rocky Mount, N.C. Silver Spring, Md. 1 1 MASON DORR Rocky Mount, NC, DENNIS CUSTIS Accomac, Va. 35 V ,,-. xv - , .v. 'i free-.wg rx, P-, mf -' x.v.g..,.p- f M" . . ' " " 4 . ' mb- .nf , ' XL'-fi' n 1 4 ,. '. '- ...J 1, 1, w 5 :S if? 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R, aff. -I4 EJ .1 WC :Ef- -., GEORGE FRICK MAXINE GREENE Baltimore, Md. gangbufgl N'C' - ' f f' .'w'-ww-Il-'wf -E. - ,z -'-fave. Ez E. ti, .1 -w .f af.-:n':l.', .4 4' Ci 1 4 I I 4: ..fx H' a. .F L. rx 1 n ,. K I .H fi. 1. 1' cf' 4. - . . A '.'x , . vl J 'u I. .14 ... , 5,1 Q. J ff, js YL if ef, if I I 2. f, L: - F . 21 4 14: ..c. in 4. U U11 - '1 G Qu. 1 I ff ,. '-:fi 3: 1 E3 x' F' 2 45, 4, -. .Wi 3 J F? .vf '., 1' K AQ Elf: Y' ! A. f. Q A . :C .I E a. 'A' .1 'W 3. 2 E J' w.: "' gnu, 51 v' E 15' Zf'Ti'r-.iifrw ' Ji .gun sam . Jr -rf..-P . Q-I-in-'f' -f ry f 1 .rr g ,E ' :5 - M , " .:. , :- fr, . I ,nmwmmm . L. , .f. .'. m A- fm H u 1 -uw. "ff h :2Lif"?'fA'W"'K 'Tiff 'iff' Y" V" f" vg f, A Jw . ,.,, , ...,,, ,1..a.wi.m2"rNf.1'fi " CAREY HAMMOND SHARON HAYES Bethel, N.C. Doswell, Va- IOANN HARRELL IOE HIGHSMITH Suffolk, Va. Rocky Mount, N.C. 38 '7'ri'w' N- :rf V W . 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PU 2.192 ff IANICE LEWARK DEBBIE MANNING Knohs Island, N.C, Robersonville, N.C, ' rr 4 - as - f " ' f ' ' 4 Q 5331, . 4' 'V 'S".'5:Y1".fE, nv , - 1vr.P-Il n -I ' N '31, ' " ' ." ' . -'il-M.: v" ' "G T" 'F I I ' 1 I Hu' -,J 1 If If T?-' . ,Y Q .' 1 L of x ,f' , Rf ,Q '44 I," is . Q KA ,Ia I, 5: 11 2. Q. 's 5. ,. I -I Pi P 9, t 5 f.'1' ,A H .lk bl' T xii, Hx Sai . 1 Ifjr ffl' Inf' : "3 fin' As . 11 ff ui? ' v .rw rw 5 lf? . X. 'Q ,I ul lg W. ' Q 'I f L .a Zig' I Eg ai. 3. Ig, 1,11 . Lg 1 AIA A.-if L." - :. ,4.. 1!.,-I. ps: -Tw ra . 1 1 ,sg ' "W " 5 J' 1'Y3 f13iI' 121953 W eff' Y LARRY MARTIN Wilmington, N.C. DAVID MEGILL Sandston, Va. s 'Q I 1 DEBBIE MAY TED MIDGETT Tunkhannock, Pa. Haneras, N.C. A2 :i'f"'-" 3-L'5"flf "V-32" ,545 'V'-1121 .'4'W54': I.51i5'.'L "W ,1f"Y'l'w' 2-GF"-' T'7"'.-TVf'1.1-"'?1"7i1i'I',J-. -lllfff-?"J':1f1f M? x 'i " ' ' '-1 I ' Qqwkawsfajm. 'i'fm3fl1LR4.w-H5551wh's1fit?-I-Ffa!!-kff.?'fa,IfiQ1.+.k'9vbxfiniainef.-lIf5JlnL3+aII5.iL4l431rII.Avfsam-ilu N-Q-1--4aw,wx--v1fI.,i:':1I if '- 1 ' -- 'f ' - A .V BUDDY MILLER DEBBIE PIPER Chesapeake, Va, Durham, N,C, - .59 . .. 3 - -r,-.rw-2 J.. .Q-.g 1 A 1 l ,, 'I vu I. 44, 4. ,, 5 'f. My U. .44 1 AY JL Q, .' A -A E ,JE I 1 A. 'J Sf' ,. an ff' -is T. ,.x if 1? FF g . 4 Pi -'Q IP J: K w Q-' .dx . ,W '1 .sir i in 'fit' 1 .. f' fi L, E553 ' v '.', 1 ik., ll'n f 7 gifs :-Q ,df Fi fli F5 1 9? 1 ' ' 1.1.- .' ,x IJ I Q 4 'f 'w ,B do I ui ' . 1 :', I . 1 .ly lv 3. xl? 1 N 'r Hifi' '3?55f :"Q'3', " A:' H: ' 'linafwf P ' W 1.55 ' rif f! ' 1 . I-P52 5L3rr"- J f- 7, ' ' " '.?' 7 l K' " ' - " nn. N. - -m::xw2':.-2. . ' -'Q.,.,1-r-w',fr'.4i,f -' ', A4ng+.,, , 1, N .-,' A ,W ty' 'Q , eh ,uf L LL., q ,. .' ,f-: -,.1- - ' ma ' .ae-4 , wwx. 'mx W"s ' f - iiizs EE' H41 ?:ai,.LgziiE3iZ11n4az'1'f:win s.'s-:W YA..-J f-wvf' ED RAMPERSAUD BURTON SACHS Guyana, S.A. Easton, Md. W' W CHRIS SCOTI' WAYNE SOUZA REBECCA ROZIER Seabrook, Md. New Carrolton, Md. Henderson, NSC. 44 -N :.,t1.,5,'. -. ,5.f, .,4.., -Us-7, lt,-,My-,,+,,,--. A, , - . i I. ,., . , R V ,E I , , ' , - iakviiilw-.Pak-Hffifmw RiffseihxllgiizuwiflfvR'iW.idflu'9:ff-Criffilili-.:ff-'f'e52"fl,fifx :JN 5-frififx-v'l1.ii'-AP? Z. if ' TH I ' .- V V E .III Q ,. -H V-.' - ' 'S f-1.4:--. -1" -up .' --31 H-'-'.v-rg,-.wsm . . ..+,. fi.1'.:f4-::!f': QW- . . .JJ 52-ff, 4 "-" 'vx , A - . ,..,,L,, 14 ' Wi- J ' .a1!I,1" '- ' 1,3-- A , - . B, D Q ' 4? A ., Y if .5 bi' , AMC-'I ,LL vfqiggg X 52A .,,v,14, CITIIPYSEWELI. DAVID SMITH W"m'f1gf0f1, Dei- Fayetteville, N.C. A BECKY SMITH GEORGE SMOOT B0Yk'n5, VH- Battleboro, N.C, 45 x -..-,..Q, - .- - ,.A, , . ,, ,,,, , 1 -- U. 57. V7 5a"Ff:?'-1' 52 "-vi?-, "5.,g 1- ' F-+e'.,. " xx 144.P- 3 .'1, f1.,' fl ' 1119 '. UP 1, ,' 'I fu 7 5 P "" - " Uv- 1 V , . f. .- .U X Q q, 4 1 1 n 4. pf' 5. -1 L. 1 . S -nf' . -, .,A. ,.'w 4 . 4 F o r,' .' A 'f' . '- U 5 Q .Tl 4 , .Ir-Y lrx H f. TV: lk -vi, EX J' .12 1 A Y 11 F F Ma 711' 'T 5 y 4, We 5.15 .' "7 v4.6 . ,-5 ., 'T .' Q A. ., Bt - , 1 I 'r . j J Q 'ff llff' Vw ,ij E 145 5. pr LA: . 1 41. 'i nl!! I ', ,w . T? . ff -2 ,L O xr 1" Q. xl 5. .x ." .-,v if 5. 1 X4 J' 2.3 A. Q. .f.'4: .e4- . 1: me f f- ' ru 1 -z .:n'.. L if: 'Wa' 'Q T' L' X W' :H V51 W' ' Asa. ,. 'cu L+ ' ,, . . " '- l ,ov-"' FENNEN SNEAD KATHY STRANGMANN Roanoke Rapids, N.C. Baltimore, Md. MARGIE STEVENS SUSAN STUART Council, N.C. Rocky Mount, N.C. 46 Y 5Af3:36f554Qf5Y4iWff'?QS4wfi'ofP925T:35LlQli5'5'R'f55fl-5-F352-l4"2'??'. 7.53: R297 '?2'+f? w,Tf'1-1,-ff? A f 1 Y .. .W -:'. -. -.L ...mai Q.- ":r,:zL-5a2'1.' . .'-a'.-fu " f - A 91 1 ' .' 4 MEN FWZ Ill! Ill us ill K .9 I. I .4 ' -ad A X Qi lg .1 ,-if ' ' 'X -l"Qix-a' , -. L .h lf ED TAYLOR SHERYL TILLEU' Wilson N C may Hawk, NC. Q1 ai-L '-.W Q' S . -gb' , -- 5,1 , - 4 L. ' - ' . , V ,. v 1 ' MB. . -- f . ,gym pb: 4 ,1 Q i ' 4 4 A Y VL.: TL' 5.21. 7 l . Q dv BOB THOMPSON ANN TYNDAI-L ROCKY Mount, NC. wamangxon, N11 M ' 01, :fm-'f-5 '-2hsf" :x, - , - pf LW" ,w w as . - , , .-f -- 'r . 1 1 If ,jf A -v ...J I . x 'N .'. 1 .,. , V rf-- 1. 1 U' .X ,.l s l A , , 1 .. A 5 A ,if J. , L jf, P' ' yi, E fr, 5, vs, 9. 5 F, V .T :ff if . fr .f- 515. .2 HT , P r ff? T" 4:1 1 P' 'r ,si -A il!! ll'- : W legi. .ti ,fag fl, fi 3,27 , I ' I 'Q .- ft yu , Q 1 P ..- X. lj . f K. 1 ,'- -.ff W 3. . 1 an qh ud g . ' . L, .3 '44 K,-' W N il- - '1 1 Y L - .' V i wifi", F51- i,4f ..5e l l !!! Zi .J 115 3 b y-, L't'lz13. .1445 4+ fff iks xx ' F- cf, QM -7: V' Sq 1 X SHARON WATSON CHARLIE WEST Henderson, N.C. Rocky Mount, N.C. R -- 1 W ALMA WEBB RICK WESTOVER jarratt, Va. Charleston, S.C. AB I' 12- 1 wx 7.4! 1-fin' N 1- ': ' fr af E' - ' Lx iq '.4-: n' 1'1'-"ff5v.1!Qy, " 1 1 5 -- , 'A . ' 15115-ifXM!441MEI'f1fi'.xT 'iB:1N:igl9u"RJ1F:-1L.ixig4"f5H1I?JaL451:ESiu52d3il?Awi?if:ik'Qf:L5'N!1.-6w'ilV'P-311431.-iI+L". 13. 1 3-W ff? f ifrwigi fi". "'? 5 1' ' ' ' " ' ' "-' -. ' ' 'w-1-f'Kf'- . " 1. ' 'V T' S'3l4'!f'4i-3?-MV? 'in IV 524'-xkfift: Q 'i J 'G , f"u?.-Alt-.'J3:"i fl 1 'J 16' Nas'- 1 .' f.: fa A bs is cs elv5Lzr:!"'?'f.2 IOYCE WHITE HARRY WHITLEY Rocky Mount, NC. Murfreesboro, N.C. 4? xx kv- IS if . mi? ' ,.. Q '33 . 'Z' ' -'fi nz! g- , , ' . 1' --rff. 'ef " ,an U N Er. if IIN- , I H Il" 'I 5 'Z V DIANNE WILLIAMS LOIS WHITE Rocky Mount, N.C. Counland, Va. flfyi, Tj Ng- 'F 33- ,fx . - -'Ji' fb - .,-T' , -Pri! 'Cf '.f'p, '. '- 3 I, 15' QW -, ' 91, ' J.'l , .1!t?l'- 955. I JK! A 5 "' Y """' 7 Ae , .A LQ.. f u l:-f. . ,:" J" M . , l m- I 1' 'M1?'f+'5"' GW' 1 f1' 1 4'? " 1 -A f 1 L tx ri.: ,, ,nAp. . - '-f TY 1 -H 5,54 1 Alb' Q.. STEVE WILLIAMS NANCY WILSON New Castle, Del. Scotland Neck, N.C - - Quiz .. .., qvrdtvv an KELLY WILSON KEN YOUNG Mt. Olive, N.C. Boalsburg, Pa. 50 'iiii iillili Q ini gflfh l- li ifliizeif-E32 if 775' ff 5525? 57 fri If .. ' .'.,, ., Q, ,- ,. ' H , . .-.- . 5-..i. .4:-. 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Barmer Class of '74 Class of '74 52 UuT:hvffw -R3 lint 29242 K+. .dliltaliihw N145 tiki-lfsiila di' Y'-MQW .li-uamak 4.1 Elm 'rw 2 fw- Douglas D. Barth George F. Blanchard, lr Class of '76 Class of '74 B 'qw-J Carolyn N. Beane Sterling Bodenhamer Class of '74 Class of '76 ix 1319 Margaret A. Berg Robin A. Boehm Class of '74 Class of '74 . i H .ri Paula B. Blake loseph K. Bostic, lr. Class of '74 Class of '74 ' n w - ,- --- l- ' f ' ' ',,s,,: . :,- -. V- ' V-' ,: :X 14. . H . .l ' " .ff ' '.1'- ' '92-' 1.2. 'v-'A ' ""' ' " 'A 1 ' 1' 'n ' 1 A :ff Elf..-' -,ff-1., l -- "- Lil '.-L" H, --2,-.rT.i'11P2 . -lf 'T ,- 45"-l - c..f . in fl 4. 1 --,-df-.wgy-.,'l ,-In-,M , . .- . 4' . -w ,,- . . ., ' , v r ,,, ...,. ... A . , .,,. ,. .,,,.. ,, , , A H , 53, 5- ,H It in .V L , 1, V4 L V V, , H , ,f ,-Nw. asf. wslvl .fl.,-l!- C. -I V. .N 1. .- 1. .- f.. -A V- M N- at ' ' - - f " '4' ' "'?'4'47W'-'ilifx - 'Q 'mf --fl4f4i2.1. '7 25. nzlfr Li' I i'!., f' . 'K 'Qui f'i 'J IS ,: ' . ' 4 4' ' Frances R. Bourne Class nr 'Tb Dorothy Brader Class of '75 Ellen C. Brame Class of '76 1? gi? Lucretia A. Brigman Class ot '76 ,Ql, .1 .0 1 I . I I A I X x ' l J N .- - . 2 fr ,- uf N I ' --- 4 ci' ,- .lf-V Z ,u . W, 1' c . X x 73. Y , ll lf ,ul ' J ' , , s ' '1 4 ' -f J'-'Ak' ' L Y "V ' 1 1... -- ..4"' inf.. J. 4 Y" Mary Anne Brinser Mac B. Buhrman Amy 8. Cameron Class nl '75 Class ut "3 ilass ul '71, ,',' ,. Grp 1 'T 1. X ., ' .PZ . - H 1- A ,J - 1.3 db gg '-"v 1 . 5' 'fr .":' Ygld Y 'G-ul ,Q sf: 'ix 'J ' '. , :gi ...W - -. Mr .: ':"- f' A" s . flaw- , -1 Y . ' 'A , 4 ,V , f. . fwmsffw.-rs ui. v' .L I. .5Q42P3f7'.-'-.' "-74'-452' at 'Pr . .xv Nancy s. Bryant Edna E. Bunch Timothy c. Chase .' Class or '76 Class ot '74 Class nr '74 P 4 .s " . ,. 2 1 X1 '4: ' N: 'Q 3: 1 ' -4- ,v- 'vs ,J . A I, 3 s .,. av- tif: G . " f-wi. 'm 4- 45 . , ' N. , . Z, -f K Al ' i i' -J ..,x , xg , 4 , is ll Q' V f .11 +5 . l .1 , .' Q2 A91 R f w l -' A. 93,5 , 2,1 Thomas O. Bryant Allen Burrus Cathy R. Chrismon Class of '74 Class ut '74 Class rn "Ov ilk . . H .-. A: Af' , , - Q ...gf 'll -. . G N 1 '43 , .ny 4 l 'YQ - A " 'N 14: . gl -er it . .1 HY lf fp -:za ' -Li. '55 X "J, it Q.. ,I - P: 3 I' I h .i', Wlllnam R. Bryant lames C. B'v'fUlT1, lf- Mars lu E. Claw Qf Class nl '73 Class ul "3 C lass In 'i 'IL iff 53 Mira . .4- . 5 3.-it - .4-... .-. - ,,.. , .Y . . , v .. .. . . ' '-' fix ff-2.5 U-,V-P . msfv., -,V iw, 'V .Q f--tb Limit. L" ,. JH at-1. .- ,x1..-'-51,11-.vm -. -"hwy -' ' V' ' Y .Aera .fm A aw aww -wil.. 1-9 Flo Dakos Class of '74 Claire Collins Class of '76 isa fi john C. Conyers, lr. Class of '76 Class of '76 'B V'-pp :Z lacob D. Cottle Class of '75 Lydia D. Davis Class of '76 41' Bessie S. Custis Gerald L. Davis Class of '74 Class of '75 54 iam M 1+ .Nabil-M Silbfl in-tn?u:9-. Q 5"'414!WflhwAfMwt'r'4 james L. Davenport 1- Lg pn' 7? L., M , Myra L. Dean ludy N. Ellison Class of '74 Class of '74 5 .f,.. ,Ii 1"'9 s.J Brenda K. Denby Terry E. Everett Class of '76 Class of '74 f -as as in -Q fl Q'-J ' e-'- uf sigh , gifsii ia. .aiaiai f ff' ' , .fufsfalrzifxf-.'?n7g4l Theresa A. DiStefano Class of '76 Linda l. Forney Class of '76 -ug L mt Charles R. Edwards Philip G. Frazer Class of '76 Class of '74 A,.4w.l T..,gV,.,. ,I .A,, , ,-1-I. . H .M VL...,, Wmt I. ,,:, ,...5.L..,i 4.3 , .. X . , . , . , X , A V , ,. , ., , .. ,,.,. -. .. , .4 , , , , D ,f lifif a r' J- .. :-- "f" 71l"'Nllf' 388551 v 1 -"laf'k'LJ L3 '47 ' an .3"v-T l' .Jr ' " r 'i f J 1 H- ,vm fo Bettie G. Carrick Class or "ml xx .4 2 1-I William C. Garvin Class ot '75 ff? .als -- ?f james S. Gasparis Class ot '74 X. XP Willie E. Glasper Class or '74 " 'A 1.9 r,.1',,.f,f' -QQ' 'f Y'-5 ,,---. 5,--., if-4 .. ji' 1- ? ' unfxxvl. - ' e : an t . x" .- i' ' . 1. ' P xflvsgfl lr ' ' .- an U I X s' if af,-,'U.QA i j,1-"JK ' lfafg.-1 f V if Charles B. Godwin Benjamin E. Gregory, lr. Charles T, Hagerup Class ul "4 lldss ul "4 l l.lss ll! "I, FV. l at an 1 X -MX Ellen D. Godson lohn I. Griffin Karla S. Hampton Class ot '73 Class ot 'WS lfldss ul "lu is . 'V 19 is .. 'C cvs 'D f 'l fl ,X T Q. I I' -.3-' ' Edward H. Goode Class ot 'Tb ,U-. li 15? ri Q lohn L, Grissom, lr. Class ot 'TR M' Ll. A-1 QQ ,. a, C ll 'l . Doris A. Harrison Classm as ' -Q 'E-Qs 3 v xii? s ll va Q 'sl f L -f. .wg Q J lane C. Grave-ly Doragene Gurganus Robert H. Hawkins, lr Class nl '75 I lass nl "3 llgss all "4 .5"5:'! lu- a n 'T -Ms,-71 : -I-iff, 'J' .1 p 'V' W' , Ufk fg 2: ' M1 ""' xt-18 'Q .-w 9 " "" v " "Y 2 2 1 1 i 5"1 . 'U "" f 4 F' Manha S. Hemingway David A. Holt Chris L. Hutchinson loyce E. lohnson Class of '74 Class of '74 Class of '76 Class of '76 F l 9 V 4 '25 "-9' 'O' 2 'ff'-'N C , "' Q4 1 Q' I. , .s i fix xg i YV . I I l ' :Rf '. als l' I Thomas I. Henderson Suzanne 5. Howell Michael S. Irby Mae B. lohnson Class of '74 Class of '75 Class of '76 Class of '76 You 'Thx -sv Vickie L. Holland Ted M. Hudson Class of '76 Class of '74 T' . ff' - ""'1'-"" 'lia.. 455' :'.'I'-.1 Ff a 'hi . , .L af. fa- '3 Y , X QTL," ef , lg 5' 5' w x fix , - c k Y , I al , . , 1' if l' is William R. Holland Regina P. Hurdle Class of '75 Class of '76 56 uw: aww alll.. me H96-R .rl xml in 'sew nkwilxi. .aff emwwlwwf M-H Y' o Margaret A. Ives lanice K. jones Class of '74 Class of '74 Arne V. lohansson Bobby L loyner Exchange Student Class of '74 -f-,C -, ,e...1, A .-1 .,-, mn-1'-4."' rm- fi--.in-1'1,..," -' .f- ':,.."' ' Y ' -' V ' ' .245 Fw ,., .f'-.. Q f- i.-s.-ja.-sv V1 H".'g,lglf'-1, 1 .y ' Ag- L . ., l 1- ,, ..' H .f -, 4 ,. H , , . , , N ' .a fy 1 V 2 Q a,- ,- ',g- V5 1 3, ,QV 1 V-nv' N. . r' A. . ',,l'v.-.ogg---,s.,,.-. -. ..w.fi.p,.,. -- - Y Y .V Y l 1, r. I. uf! . .' 4" , 1- ' ' . i g ee. ' 3. Kim ' u lY 1"l':"Tm'5.'.v'Q .:- . ff .i"lv'l'f ..' l"uI.-rl'f!'.Jvff'l: 'UG' 3 2: ..-J- MH . wj . l . Jkt . Lf - -L 1 "X - ul." MQ" 1 als .I itz: N. . 'hx 51 sv I ,., ., sf- Q 1- v I . 1 ' HJ ' 'H 1 ' 'I . 'L' ,H ,l:,...?.ai,X Hg -K 'il ff: Michael V. loyner Pamela Krohne Robbie D. Lawrence Roger G. McKay 'Jil Class ot '75 Class ol '74 Class ut '7h Class ul '74 AJ' .'-.11 1? " N " rs- A v- ff- -V ll, K 1 "v' pf .V 'Wil A 2 2 lo "If, on A .Fil 'Y ' -L 1. -W Q lt ,121 Kuv X 'll' Age. itll ' 975' 1 ... , - f . 'v .4 :yr -. 1' ' , ,I ' fl ' ,lr-ll fl. . .:.f.,.1A,,, Q. -4' Pl ' K 4-h?"'2..fi"'I.." Pfrff' ' c .i 15:2 Q ra r -uv " ? . X' -Ha-J9.' fy! " 1 Charles Keeler Holly Lancaster Weldon Lloyd William A. Manson, lr. ..' Class of '76 Class of '76 Class of '74 Class of '74 'S 1? 'Z M " gl 5"" 0: .Q 5. 'ap lf? fi-X 1 4 "I ' fi. 0 ' ' . .S" I .i ,Q if '. " '57-if l cf ' C. . - ' L. . f5+f'?' K T A- A "il ,A tu V Lv- .fm 5:21 'K :Q MA V ..', 1 loshua P. Kenigbolo Lynda F. Land Sharon G. Lockwood Frances D. Mansfield Class of '75 Class of '74 Class of '76 Class of '74 ij! 33' S et f f 5, in J A A ' ' 1 , . , - . .741 ' w I' "' ,,, hi . 1 -- ,. Hi v -5 7 Ft ' ly? fag: f 'F . Q- eg", Patricia S. Kern Mary E. Lawrence Scott C. Logan George E. Martindale .A Class Of '76 Class or '76 Class ul '74 Class rn '74 ' Il I" 57 -Q' 'Z . 1 Xl: t ,"'r' f A 1 ' I' i , , uv X. f2f:mi..'p.V......:-fm: :m.'c ...f .fcf W ...f rm -.:- mfs r f- 51 ""' +7 ' , V -- .4.s,.'f,Iff'."':' "-'. .jijsificgw .4 ' 'Sr 1 2' -wr sw.-: -Q ,gg-f A9235 1.45-.f q as if-vu , '91, .I , . l X A . I 7 guy - ' 4 - . P? 'Q ' X . . ., , ur i v ,., Constance M. Morris Class of '75 Steven A. Merchant Class of '75 f?f'?Z5 Z' -.ff-429' K ' 9 1 I A , I I f f' M, P, f . ' .:f'll' 4 ' -. 5121 1. .- 1-.Q:7'-7'-, ' , '. by-qfj ., .1 4 51:2 "' ' 1 . ' fi", -Tiff 1 ' "1-'L "1 1' ' ' Y I ' Y Zy 1 . 'I ez:- Qfz Y- v-N 4 X Y "4 Wanda G. Midgette Class of '76 Leslee C. Nance Class of '76 5 -..- L... f - . .ln- Robert D. 0'Keef Brenda S. Pepper Class of '74 Class of '74 Howard T. Parsons, lr. Daniel W. Piacentino Class of '74 Class of '76 HU: 1""! Beckett Newcomer Class of '74 Austin N. Moore Class of '74 ti'-11: e5jj'.75.:,,- "H: ' P 123 ' xo:-- f -1' i .3235 " 2 -1' ' , V I i sf Ekf- :gd Ka - 557 vc 3' 2 as I 11 'vi I iz: ,LLN -mf?" P' ,ggi l 1 ,i , Q,-. 4 J :bl ,f 44, ,I -mf. - -'-f 1.f.'2:fLF '4 :1" ' at fp bij- vii ' f .n f .f L ' i Pamela W. Moore Claudia W. Norfleet Class of '75 Class of '74 5B ww like hi-R at .Nami-fm wt-fl nsiusmwsk awww mowgluawiw W 1 40 Q? , is 2 Howard L Payne Sandra M. Pierce Class of '74 Class of '76 - -fs?-Ty:-Af - --vv---'ff -1 'U 'CDL if ' - 4 rf I gy x 1 . , fi . .r .Q X X X AAX A X Deborah I. Pearce lanice M. Porch Class of '74 Class of '76 5' - , 1 ,fl ag... em... -. .1 - l. 5 N ,Q ia- . . , V Q 4 4 4 . , .' J.--. Ai' ' ' 'H -" 'N' .T 5- ,JE . fi' Y: ', . 1 1 Y 1. 5, .--A, 3'- 'V uf'l"'f 1'-'V-llFr':r' " 1-H" F' '-- " ' ' 1 - ' " ' ' ' ' - 'f flflf f l l' lv l" 'WNY' ?l"'5l'ilfl 'M i v 1 s"l:f'hr'11J LQ '.:'. 'A :fr J" UZ. P' T.-IH?-.ilflr 'HGV' .nz . .. Kia. .' V loyce A. Porch Class nl '74 QF Cristie F. Quakenbush Class ol '75 5 v-'uf Vickie L. Radford Class of '74 Bruce W. Rappaport Class of '75 s'?. rs, . Jim f 0,9 y .. .- 1 l Frances Register Class or '79 ,sas-Q. 'sb v-Q, I . ll X Robert R. Rivers Class of '74 X fT'fs7.'T,"T.7i?'7T1': -'T V 'Eff ' , . , rl .L ' ymff . EK, so , S I-'Q l , Carol V. Roane Class of '74 Charles L. Rogers Class of '74 -,wi-' 4 1 , - .si f V : .. , ww. ..... ,X . 'J . ' 2 1 ' ilgp z 1 Lfff' 'wil 'ff Q .,--. 242: -11 352 . E i g il' . . Gerald R. Rook Class of '7-l l 'F' rr 'Q A4 G--si Michael W. Roope Class of '74 -,rS'f'i" f W" ?-i. 'l'Q1:- s,3,: ' w ' - nf. -Q. 1 l -fx - , 5' 4 3.13 . l v as 5. l , ., E ag 53 E Q.. .53 ., 2 Royce E. Scarborough Class of '75 fff Nancy B. Schmitt Class ul '7h fl... :gf7?33.:x 1a'..'BA.4 rar, -y'-K' -r-,'..,rf . -144,0 .?f'p, ,f' .. .1-: nga. pl W M -uw. Y I lohn R. Scott l lass ul 7? 'Qs irlzn loyce Shearin Class of '75 E ,GP, ?"-Y Richard B. Sinclair Class of '74 'SOX ,. -v 1 , 2 in 51,3-.f Q Anne H. Simpson Class ul '74 59 " !1'::fss:'. an ' ' 'zu r-1 ' . I1-Z1-1 1' Ti5?TTlf'Tif33,,1,4 '-' "fb", "lf .-'I 1 Q ,spar V M . .ff ' 7 fn'-2 "5 1117.1 , 1, ,5 tx. .V W., V, lames W. Smith Debra A. Stancil Carol A. Tindell Peter R. Van Keuren Class of '75 Class of '76 Class of '76 Class of '75 Robe,-Q L Smith Martin T. Strickland Cynthia S. Trimm Ruben Va.-enelli C1355 of '75 Class of '75 Class of '74 Clagg gf '76 127811 C2"T7FfT11'7"E?1fi?' ff, fg' " - '71 fg,?:,vlL 7 ., Mig. 2 M 4 ,ff 1 L1 f 'a +f.. f ,,--,. Q lx? M F aa as ,T IAS' no I ' iv-fv .. ,Z . -. Robert E. Smithson, lr. Merritt E. Teague Carrie Umstead Peggy I. Verkler Class of '76 Class of '76 Class of '75 Class of '74 , r ,av ', -ff ' -1 A Q , J l ll ' J C , .I ll Q 0, 'N :I 0535 1 V , I , , .. : . ,'..:,,lf 1 ,N V' , I is t Ll 1 f l. - A., - f.. M. Christine Speelman Susan M. Thompson Robert I. Vanasek, lr. William N. Walsh Class of '75 Class of '75 Class of '74 Class of '74 60 .wc ww M.. wvwl.-R r Nsfsimm .im lsif.mzi...dw41asn1'mt,s+ mm VM, A-fa .,,,,. ,. a ,--ii., -,ks .V 1+ .A -t -,-Y, M.-ws ,-,. ..q,,1,fl l-as V. . H -. , 4. .- , N , , . :V 2,513.1 Ty.. -1 ig, 5,54 v. , ffm- fa., -if ',.'gg-if i,.V4f2j..fA.v5lYi,-':,f11r', Ag.-yn ll--JA.. ,.-"?.,.+, 3, ,A , W ,,l . 'Q B' 19 -. . l. U , , 1 , ., V .A 34 ' L :H f, :.1- 3, , :, sg , " 'H '-'...-.., .--. " Jr, .',.-w.-V-Hsu'-1 k H- - 4+-f 'swwv - -- 'V ' ' '- - ' - ' 9 1 "'F:".V" - if .A Q- ' ' ' :- -i k , lu -. ' 'Wfff Wik i' A' ii. L'-lafiihl J SI, 7 YJ 3"-V. l"uT.--'Q-ff'.'Jft"'x '2R.- '. L JI, 5 WV,-g,' Q gi .1 Elbert H. Wampler, lr. Class ot '75 I-5 1 Verna C. Wentz Class of '74 -V -'-fu.. 1. 15 - 'FE' AX --4.4.1 , Af ,..., 1 I4 ll if f F Donald R. Williams Class ol '74 .afg- ' Q' , a, .. .xv-:, X lx xy ,-U l . X rx. Gregory W. Williams Class of '75 ,: X 'FR' .ev-x 1'--v .4- N R no. Nanci I. Wilson Class nf '74 ..--. G , Eugene S. Wood Class of '74 ' .-' . .,a Q., ,S x, .. yu., ,- ,,.., . , ll - 3? .XX 1 li lames H. Wheeler, lr. Susan L. Williams Richard C. Wright . Class of '74 Class of '76 C1355 of '76 A ,.-. 'l Cf"'3,.'l 1p9-r,wi3.'lh G ..Zf3.5j Erfi - if 413: ' ., . -EF.,-,"-f' 1, f, ' ' 'J ,,l ' , -" .Mi 7' Ty.. Qhahj .5 .-. 5 " ' 'K 5- "1" V' Z bl 4 1 l .I I I .1 ,I ,"'l' 15' 4 fl 3 '. 1 l 'mfs .F-j ' Y . .1 1 Y- , s .51 ff . 1 4 :.'l .1"' f'.x VJ. K. .' 'Q 6.1 .Q ,, f... 5. .N ..- , 5,1 '1 n." J'-'il' .F ' rl lin . Y 1... 5. Z 14: -Q. 'ir llx mil 1 X "'. "iw H. . .tl 1' -1 W fi.. ., . uf . 9+ 1 731 ff' t, 1,1 Y Els? in c 2' 0 A W:-.1 4' iq . ,, , flf Fr 1.25 . . hm' f . . ,yn l " 453.3 ,I .5 ff -Tf ' x gs If T U f'. , , ,I, .V H5 .Uv . l . .QQ Af. 8. ig, J. Gul' ., ,n ,, DUCDPUCD CDH M M W . Jin. , . F 4 1 L I ff, 13 1 'V 1 .,. . ,, ,,.. ,'.. ,4- ul' 'x . Y v is' fx 'f' , Y U5 Lil -ff 4. .YV , Hw- 'Q fflfv. ,'-1 .N Y. "in L- 1 fi. if c :,: Ix Sf' T 325 .' 'P' .G ' . ,Q-, , ,, ' cf 1 .- .6 . rf, V ., wg 1 9531 25,1 . ij ill? 2 51? .iii 4 '1 faf rf 11' . I H tl! o " , Y.w Ig La l. . u A 1-. f, f ," A1 Q . 2' 1 4 4, QI" 1 5 ,sv -ec. at u t. s tw-A-' f - X All for one small checkered ball? Eric Rundquist They had a lot of bad "breaks". God doesn't like Wesleyan. Cindy Trimm The 1972 soccer team began as the best that I have worked with. We had experience, good speed, and great enthusiasm. We did, however, lack the proverbial, consistent scorer. An early season injury to our all-confer- ence goalie hurt our morale and caught us unprepared. An interesting statistic from this year's team was that even though we scored fewer goals than our opponents we did take more shots. Maybe next year we can get those shots going into the nets. The season ended with the team very thinned out, but still enthusiastic and playing hard. They were a great group of men and one of Wesleyan's best soccer teams ever. Head Coach AI Horne I think according to what I see, and this year I didn't see much. They try like hell. Wayne Souza It was the best soccer team I've seen at Wesleyan. Robert Rivers The guys all play hard and the fans are out there to support them. That's what any sport is all about. Chris Speelman I think they should get new uniforms to increase spectator attendence. Bobbi Wescott lt's fun to watch your friends whether they win or lose. It's also fun to get drunk with your athletically inclined friends the night before games. I guess that's what makes watching the game fun . . . you think about the night before and about all that alco- hol being sweat out of them. Tom Hardison 64 352 .r.g. 45151154 -kill .w-Q.'l151?Y!3l1 531'.'?E':-'i5i"3l'313'3ff-M. t5t,'WTiiIl!i ...IM ,if,,Qj'5Q. llqlfiffilag ffl fiffif-giieljg' 1211. .- . -,- - --.. ' Y V 4' xl I-,H , ,.-.-, . .X , ,N I I - . . -.'. --,nl . - t :-.BASE .- '-' -lu. a.'4'2-'A' :WI-Gif, U.-1.-J.f'.Lf. if ,HJ . 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For some reason, rlifspitt- good players, Wesleyan soccer has been unable to find a good winning team in a long time. We need to get it Y D .1 .', , , ' M J , i 'if WA Q ff v.. , ' 0 V 19' ' , '- 1' ' ""' 'F 'A' E ,JV "Ur, if -fr -,-- .11.":'ff '+'MCf- W! -. ..- el, ALAQV'-uf, , , , - ..,1 ,, - a-' '. ', ef'-.lair-'Q-." .- ' - z- ' .f- - J ' f ' f " , --'Q - 'L 1 awfl Ii 1 ,f G1 . b ,yztia .4 V Q . I L aff , " ' " ft'-'lgff 4 -i f-15" ' ' -l'Ua1J':ll?':- ' ' together. David Smith I only went to one game, Anne Tyndall 1973 TEAM Monty Anderson Bat lt 2nd yr. Rick Davis Line lst yr. Ron Drumheller Goalie lst yr. Larry Foster Back 5rd yr. lim Gasparis Line 2nd yr. Elliot Harrell Back 2nd yr. Matt Harris Line 2nd yr. Tom Henderson Line ird yr. joshua Kenigbolo Line lst yr. Winston King' Back 4th yr. lack Morrison Line lst yr. Chuck Nelson Back 2nd yr. Charlie Read Line 3rd yr, john Roemer Back lst yr, Denny Seybertwf + Back ? ? ? Carlyle Taylor Back 2nd yr. Steve Wachter Back 2nd yr. Charlie Rogers Manager Ben Gregory Trainer 'MVP + All-Conference "Outstanding Athlete of the Year OPPONENT Campbell Lynchburg UNC-Greensboro Virginia Wesleyan St. Andrews UNC-Pembroke Atlantic Christian UNC-Wilmington Methodist East Carolina Guilford 'Overtime WESLEYAN l 0 6 U 2 2' 0 4 3 0 2 U 2 3' 4 l 3 2 3 2 l 0 67 fi 1. 7 I .f J K 5 'n ,1 1 -r .J- L. J - A Ei 3. I-i 4 . 3' 1' 5 b 71 -m 4' 0 fj wt if' . V. 4.- A I h fs vi' 'li F: i. ll .5 f' . eff 'I 1 fi ,ff hi fi ,I 1 '- ll-A tw 5 f Y ,l ,, Z 5 In .-., - ,, - - ,, . - , A - . , - . . , - . 114 is -if 'Ft 9,1-H-ww'-. M .':r,g'v'-fi' -PM-l' -in fir. ' Q 1-U N fi - ' . ' M, .1 J. Auzw .fat -fi' "' '- E in "1" 9' 1' . 1 dl 1 1. 'Q ,gl A 'Ki'-l9!li?m'l!QiSi?l3' iI'1 L. I- f r ,-'1- 1,4 J: 1 4 H-fr fp, I sw wi Q 5 Good looking coach! Nancy Mitchell I think the team was very overrated! Rick Westover Well, it was too bad we were dis- qualified from the NCAA Tournament this year, U.C.L.A,, watch out in '74! Dr. Furd Morrison I find it an improvement over the pre- vious year's team. Bobbi Wescott What probably hurt the most was the turnover in players. By the end of the season only about half of the original team was still there. Injuries and per- sonal problems did it. Recruiting should help us next year. By the way . , . . . the statistician really did a good job. Greg Williams The season wasn't the best, but Pratt will soon prove his coaching abilities. The peanuts from Suffolk always come through. Wanda Rivenbark I think this year served as a learning year for the new coach and helped bring along some of the ballplayers. Next year should be a year for Wes- leyan to be proud of. Bob Lauranzon The season was a disappointment to all of us, when considering the record, we feel that there was quite a bit of basketball learned that we hope will give us a solid foundation for a profit- able season next year. Head Coach Mike Pratt There was a lot of enthusiasm within the team, but they just didn't get it to- gether until the end of the season, which was too late! Peggy Verkler I think we basically have a good team, if we could just get it together. Donald Williams 68 .AFI - 'E xi" ' QR fgi ff l 3 Q 4 f 22- ,.""' .. 4 ii -mn- 'K 1- Q I B 1 'is of vu- 3Y:"'sg'.aff"1--'l,'fl,' ,Q,:fi.1g-igmifffrr V- '14 -g.f-'gg,f155g., :' I 'YNQTQ ',ff.'..,- 11,1253 '- ' -' ' -- ' ' ' ' I ' SJbv':-iff'-.'x.t,-Qizlllz '4'fl--liiikilvlll-.1riJa4l'l2'8li -ii, t'f3lg'llrl'-f.'Izl-Gil -4i.u,1lLgf,,ff,-,:ffl'f1l:l'a il",.ili"f:5:-P,-411 il -Q"l'lw.. fy -it " ' -1 ' . I , ' '+I 1' ' -5 - 'f " v , ' ,gli 4 ' .1. -'--'- 'r-- QMS -5.'f1'.!-Ls ' . 4 a .7 ff ' gf'-J f.. . .A".'H ' .gnqfefh -1 4' '--wr' , I h Q , .21 , 3 r' . , L. 5' - . X . , M. M' : 1 Q Q Y, -s A-fr -s ,fx Xhxq "Wy ,, Sam' qi, Y li 5' c'-2 22 R - L-B46--- . k lx -f 'x -.. --. ?'- U" --"' '., v 3' 5, S-Q, I ,,.. L. K W! ll -E' 51 f , . , x SEQ, 1 Qf.: ' 4 , 69 hi f k-T iff "gxl-1 il 1 ' ve -f -. h M 5 7 '- 1 , fbi: 1" 11 V 1 I 1 3 4 LGHQEIQLHQBW . 11- , Ai , 1. 1, 5 f 1 EQ!-R., .5, '5-M' , "ww k' llllll , 1 - kan! rd Q lx x 5,3 ..w-"fr" f , . M' M J I 1 ft' I4 l 4 ' ' 1 1' V , 5 V 1. 2 1 .-'-1f 11m.ri:za4iufsc'aJ.sf is J"-2 :f',ii..1gi"i.':Jf'i ns: i.- .. J. ' 3 :ter . 1 1,-on-1. if .. . an '- fab INK- .- E.. I, .-.gif 'li '-. .H .1 6 tj V 1 ,, . BASKETBALL TEAM lYlt'dlfil1Jl11lDL'fH torward lst ti Sain Gorham guard lst tr Iohn iirissoin lorvxard ind xr Nia lxEdUfdlllUl1 guard 4ll1xi. lohn Mt ijirt torvward ind xr, lT,' Bill Manson' lorward lrd xr. Willie Mitt hell t enter lrd xr, fi' Killis Rollins tents-r lst yr. ' Elbert Wanipler guard lnd yr, f Willie Welstead guard lst yr. I lll11f11YSl11Ill1' ' guard lnd yr. Mike Shannon torward lnd x r. 'fl-l ,l 'y 'Best Detensiye Player "fi "MVP . ' QQ! - 4 OPPONENT WESLEYAN 'tl i 'UT-J Francis Marion 71 83 Rf", yu , Atlantic Christian 80 hi if ' 1- virginia stare 78 42 Tvs 'lf' Virginia Wesleyan 87 aa Methodist College 95 80 if Lynchburg College 107 97 jj-, Christopher Newport 82 07 ffl Greensboro College 63 53 Saint Andrews -17 4-1 iff UNC-Greensboro 72 02 Q UNC-Wilmington 87 64 Christopher Newport 78 58 Lynchburg College 104 9.2 Francis Marion 74 68 UNC-Pembroke 73 48 f gg' Greensboro College' 8b 81 ,., Saint Andrews 79 83 -.:-V UNC-Greensboro 74 71 ' ef Virginia Wesleyan 613 ful Methodist College 82 80 Christopher Newport 60 32 5:1 'Overtime 'ij' ,I 7' GAME HONORS :FQ .ga Most Points-lxillis Rollins against ,7--4 Methodist College 7'-A., Most Field Goals-li of 23-Killis ' Rollins against Methodist College 1' Most Free Throws-10 ot 13-lxillis Rollins against Christopher Newport v,'.l" Most Rebotmdsfiaaitaiiis Rollins r against Christopher Newport l. Q15 71 'L' .., ii' .I 'Jil A" ' -A l'r24x,1l'25'f-4-'kiwi ":., f ' 1, ,, -:tau- ..,, rw ' 1 1 ,. ' ff- 'N fvwws - ,. r 1 f ilk.-itilsaa-itat!!! , . J. l i W1 1 . . -':- . lf ru. .. 5? M's --if ' "' H h i-M' . fa e'lP?'f W ir ffls " f' - V . 'P ' :L 1 F?s'Ff ?2'iff.:'4'Ii:,a I didn't see any of the matches. Peggy Verkler Most underrated team on campus. We set every new record for the school this year. Had the same level of excellence as the golf and tennis teams. Nick Lauranzon The team is beginning to look good. Next year maybe Wesleyan will win three championships in one week. Charlie Rogers They were really a good team and they had a really good coach. Ellen Godson After four years we finally had a win- ning season, but once again we lost out in the tournament. Lynchburg was on top again, but we did beat them one match. George Frick 72 M., ,I - at Q Ki ,A VHA ,L Ai .,.-.- 3. ,gk -4 ' -p w rfggiggiflfi Ai fiwifisilrvf' -H .r-,ji lik g',j11'jE:f:'-'LT' fi In 3.1 ,- ,- . , bf.- wft Yi? T372LQ52lflkwr25lia1:1'3iifLeiif':t+-A lWll'slfI'i1!i9llt?iSii2K.iil.-.Ja+,M1a1sl" fltfififaipfrian-l'tlfl1 3-iw. 1' -il ki-Aff 'P it-ff i' ' 'f ' - 'N l 1 a l ' 'Nu Q - . ,,'. . . I I '.1 ' "1 , -,",,a 1" Q , . , " ' ?'t F WF . .-,- -r ' 5 :-,imtz ."eL '. QA 7 '.u'Af 1' v'r1i..a'it--141.11 .5 f-T, fu 3" ""-I They we-rv super-hot!!! "Brad" is where its at!!! Willie Mitchell They had a tantastit coanh and they did really well this year. Donald Williams I hope Bob Lauranzon did wvll. Sterling Bodenhamer Bowling is ont- ot thow sidt-linv sporty in whit h a tvw guys play tht-ir ht-arlx out and nobody apprvtiatvs it or vvvn botht-rs to go watth. lor tht- niosl part tht' only spotlalorx tho bowling tvam had wt-rv "tho xxixt-s". Barbara Blanton I don't know anything about it. Dottie Brador N73 TEAM lluht-rt Allvn Clvorge' lrit lt-MVI' Bob lauranlon Nitk Lauranlon Hob Rivvrs Stvvv Ruswll liharlic 511-wart s-"v'.',F 'i7x?"i- A . . !m. . Iliff , 111' i .-- all if 73 v', 1 i I ff f. .1 X' I. ,EV L. '.l 1-1 . w. in-' . ft. .ln 14 X F55 ry! Q' I , X .A:' E ,N-, , . Emi-I A. .ff l 5, f ij D .' if -F' 11 17 .A fin I. Y . 31:4 F, u 71: arg. rt .M x 7 Q, 5.1! .' ".-P' 1 ,. , .x 1 E .. - w V. 4, , ,iii . t vg' 741 i lil? l Q A : 11 ,ij 'a :-.1 -t ,VST 'c 1 lf . ni l' 21,1 3" 'Q ffl' '. 's ,. V, A , .A .fc N ,igi Qi if TIA K.. rt, l I .. rv -J-, -.1 'V 'Z. CQ, . 1 ,N , , , . , , , . . N r 1 -,. 7 - f '- v-r-1-ri " 'f A? 53,1 rg 'i,1i3.f,5":'t'v .f5.f.'1' tr. - JC 14: f, it 1' f+,,r.- ,' av' 'f ' -lg- ff ,Mi if' - flu' it-'vi' we f' 7 - ' ' " qi' L'l?llHi'ln1Hf3iB.'i . ti 4 , " Good Looking uniforms! Martin Saunders I had never been to a baseball game but went this year and thoroughly en- joyed it. There were a lot of people there to support the team also. The new uniforms are really pretty and you can definitely see our players. Rebecca Rozier They look like glow-in-the dark ba- nanas in their new uniforms, but at least they won more this year than before. Maybe it was the boost they needed! Donna Noell I thought the pitcher did an out- standing job and deserved the award he received as most valuable player! Nanci Wilson The baseball team had their usually outstanding season but my favorite part was the expert scorekeeping by Philip Uvtickey Mantlej Frazer. Anonymous I was very pleased with the devel- opment of the team. We lost numer- ous practice days due to bad weatherg however the pitchers worked in games and gave us our strongest col- lective pitching staff. We played the best defense and had the most con- sistent hitting of any Wesleyan team. Closing out the season with four straight wins was the crowning enjoyment. Head Coach Moe Bauer With a determined and united effort the baseball team won games. Most of these wins were at the end of the season when the batting came around. 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Q.. sg A M + rar' h . uf sm 5 hut-.M sflzfw-was v.i4'f4+... mlffwmif f , N -9'i"f.1i1'.'4fl57f',f"' 'F , V,,."A" f'f'iy'.A'-P 1- iwitif' l' fi"f 'V' 'HQ Qi ' :JM-f" 5 ' 2 ir'-"' 132.1 Y '1 Ti- -1.'rg1j':'-p- TL'g.'f,g-"14155"-y'-ml':11rjw-f 4. :.1--w-,.1- I',l ,K 1 Tv- 1 -LC. -up 'vi 'fm -. 1-' ' " - ' J? ,' 5 .IL " .rH51.,.. '1 , '-uf,-ZX. 7. ,'.i-45-.Ji 75 ST"'-'T-W 13-R 'iv1"f-If 1115, 60 ?1'ZI'f'i "1:"" 1',1?'.' .E9'lmL" .' ' , I - 737-,,,"2L"' 'W Y d Q, J? nz . B h fl r. 'ic i' .Wi "f'.'. iq fig..-.1 ' ' I .1 ' g , v .is-g' K ' 1 1. ..- -vs-- . if , s .y ..'. 6.v-v- - L . . . , A. .uv on ' " , . ,,,,s. ,-.. - q .4 i 0 ,Farr ", N- rg .-c .zen PV? "' '-.T -' :Aff ivxb-PM 1 ie ., gift: I I A ' ' r ff-ii. ,i- vw 1 ,x ,Q N. 1 I ljf,BdL1l'fIlt'St'VXt'N .i liiilli-r li-.iiii Ili.iii wc-'ve had in tht- paste Dennis Luslis This ye-ar's baseball lc-am li.irl giiiirl , personnel and a lot ot ability Ron Drumheller ri.. 1973 TEAM Qgi . sf Tig Ric h Alsberrv ind Base ird xr. Will Alston Uuttield .ind yr. loe Cardwell Uuttield ind yr. Ron Drumheller' Pitcher Srd x r. il-,kg Outtield - Larry Foster Outtield lst yr. aii, left Foulk Pitcher lst yr, Phil Frazer Outfield lst yr. -'it Bob Martin Catcher Zrd yr. 'IQ Hilton Martin lst Base 5rd yr. "fy Steve Newsome Pitcher ist yr, Hank Piacentino 2nd Base lst yr. Gerald Rook 3rd Base lst yr, Dean Rourke lnfield 2nd yr, -2'-I, Dennis Seybert Short Stop lst yr. 'QS Mike Shannon Outfield 2nd yr. F Iimmy Smith Pitcher 2nd yr. ' Outfield Carlyle Taylor Outtield 2nd yr. iQ George Via 3rd Base lst yr. 3 .. 'MVP is, vc OPPONENT WESLEYAN Q N.. Atlantic Christian 5 0 ft Atlantic Christian ll 0 " Methodist College 5 0 Ffa, Methodist College 3 O Lynchburg College 2 1 gli' Lynchburg College -l 2 'gif Fayetteville State 4 3 EQL Fayetteville State ll 1 Virginia State 1 0 ,Qi virginia State 17 i i Virginia Wesleyan I 3 Virginia Wesleyan 3 l2 St. Andrews College 2 0 J-'sf St. Andrews College l 6 Lynchburg College 9 0 'fail Lynchburg College 4 O Tiff Methodist College 0 4 Methodist College 12 li St. Andrews College 2 S St. Andrews College 3 fm ji if u -.7 ' L HQ.- 77 .gi 4.25 i i,-1 1. .i:1::,.'ii.-, -: 2 -,fu-:.s' ' v,4".s"5.s-i N A . 'L 13' ' -L," ye 1' nf S, I .. ' i J ,, i,i, ,Q-. p nmuaaaawn g . in s fha. is. -. - 1f :. f . . " .:xv.fx . f' mf. 'f " Ana' ' - f ffts-'b f' Kwa i T -"Fi-I s ' ' erfaxff Our golf team has done it again! Elbert Wampler Somebody finally took the lid off the hole in the tournament. Bob O'Keef Coach Scalf did a fantastic job with his team! Congrats to them all! Nanci Wilson It was a feat for this year's team to win the tourney again. Dillard Dixon I was very pleased with the results the golf team won from their work. The three top players were seniors and they all finished as champions. Head Coach Don Scalf A great coach who digs his players means that we have a very successful team for the future. Nice games boys! Martin Saunders ,bs-.. 4 . R I 3 l 7 8 W km .N-5 i'?3'k Siii: 53ii25 .i5?f i?54ii':1EllfaEEi5?3'ifHfI1i3fEQ:'..c X pf Mi' ..lliriffilliliflivii1iii?l5t11SfJW'lF:iliviir74fflfftf:ff-P41'rlsF1f?v x' ' ' .'. - f-X I '. - '3 :- -L'-GE The golf team didn't get the support that they needed. No-one ever heard a word of praise or complaint about the team, it was almost as it it didn't exist. Sandy Pierce I thought it was great that a Wesleyan team could capture its tourth cham- pionship in a row. Neal Roper .-.X fs, . . ,.v .t ,- I Y - AH! . 3 :I--' r-'J ll. xg'-II, Alt-3' fl .I-an ' 1s.'A'h-'r ':v'l-Kill. It 1 '. LL' The success ot the Nt W golt team this past year was the result ot .i good team ettortf-exen body pulling lor ex- erybodx, plus the tact that toat li 'st alt was xerw interested and tontnb- uted greatly Bobby Woodard BENNIE GOODIUCH AWARD Bob Woodard K 1973 TEAM Doug Ball lerry liritl-MVP-All-K onterentt Ned Goode C harlie Herring lim lhornes-All-t iontere Elbert Wampler Willie Welsteacl Bob Woodard-All-C'onterenr e 1 , S .'fl.1'f.Qal .i frr 'IM . A GA ..'r,., N ' '--'ve ,. C '4 I iv Q "' 1 - Y z V0 .r- .':- vlrr if 5.245 1' . 1,3 -1 1 l W. E .3 s '.,'. ya. ,sq D . sy .-111 v ii' ,X it T X C ,ll 1 'A f Q. 31. ffl" .WM ' 'YW S-ix fb, 5, 34 2-it 'E 9, gi , -I 15' 1 .st- 5 V, hi. ,G ' Y . ,Ly .if-' i FQ, 1-. . H7 fi! ' -T If ,tri Q 3-1, 2 J.- I 'Sy fr, n 5.45 Mei 4' YU' -i 'v hi, fi 1, 2 F J i , I, K' 0' In ' , t 'a '-7 F? llt .va 1 l l I :U I r , x .UI lv I. I. u .ff ppi' s Y ,wr r -1 -. " 1 1 ff 1 - 1-. ... li -4: " ,.- 'lf' A91 1952-SEK" il: ' ,IIE .KZBWL A-3l".'. 1' L .11 ' T ' H 'fifll l'l .4 A 1 U M4 he N 'S +611 L W 4 X 'iii ,gig 1,3- 'll l l The most dedica- ted individuals on campus. Tom Hardison The tennis team is composed of seven great guys and one coach who have worked together to make a win- ning team. Their respect for each other and for their outstanding coach makes them put forth 1002 all of the time on and off the courts. Missy Bowers They proved that they're number 1! Cliff Asbury They need cheerleaders. john Sward They are great! Not to mention their great-looking coach. Peggy Verkler and Debbie Pearce What can one say about a group of men who go undefeated for 27 games straight except "they're great!" Robin Copley 7 K. l fl! - y ta .i . 0 A..,4. A A 'TU 'I 1 lf , -a 'img '- -' 80 .fri Q in -EL... Q 1 q :f.,,.',1Q'T::4"f 'Q a ' fr v "rsf5f,rg:q3ag?-H11 'Vfj'1-.'?Jl?'l2. ,"if'lf1i:' "'7"T2" I'7' xfif 12".11:5f'11?3-,fr I ' ff, . ' , 'V '- V' - X H ' ' .fifiisvugzi-.5-52"lfflftllv,.I'iiifvzwlilitwi .'il1:'Z9if1ai'34.-11-1. 'hivsllgrfieiztf?Jrl4.af.T.112'.falbhkelm..1lz,CZ:f::l-,Jil:z.-l Wi. of-H -1 " '- ' T ' A ' ' l- . - - X gh Uh . ', 53513. .i..st'-. It's a good feeling to know that you're number one. Charlie Rogers I thought they were great! Dottie Brader They were good due to the fact they play as individuals not as a team such as basketball. Randy Scott 11' ' I' u'e1'. as. WH "'.2'i."iil"'tzhfil:P'.l'l'lizfi. " WT'-WY: f"J':-.Ma 1' M J 6' 'l ' They should public i7e the matt hes to the nity. Witlw suth a great team, we should let people know about them. Wayne Souza What ian I say about Mr. Saunders, he's from the Peanut Capital. Robert Askew Flip has nice looking legs. Bobbi Wescott 1 Q' , Q' 1973 TEAM lat k Q asey-All-K onlerent e Mike Filliettal Tom Ciainor-All-C onteri-nt e Mike long-MVP-Alle!ionterentt Undeteated-11S5ing.,lt Martin Baun Ed Stiles-Al Gary Wood l 0? 2411: clers I-Conterenp e 1 v 1 yi O14 ,099 41, el lint l imit int I 0 5" I ,er,.,. Y , , .A , ,,. , ., ...,,,.v . fy., 1-i . - 1, -tl, 1, '- ,TTL-51,221 ,TT-'.Kf1'f1t - 23 . T , -YJ N' -:lf-, Q' , - ' " J X" ' ' n '2-if-44. .. . A ' , 5. M. , rl W ,. . T HU. , -f . 1 "" F . l BI ie 5" if LA i ii' A' :ff "f 'f t wi z. Mama "W" f'i""r fr 1 wi,t,,m y S "i'-'S 4: -231. L- ., sl, l I 'a I 5 , fi t 3. S: i if :,, if ,I if E' a s It l. I if Y I in F T l Y It's Table Tennis 1973 Champions not Ping-Pon. Basketball: 2nd Floor South Greg Williams Table Tennis: Singles: Dr. Bauer Doubles: Nick Lauranzon . A-......-1 Greg Williams Volleyball: Co-Champions: Faculty Nu Gamma Phi 1122 I enjoyed watching the tournaments. Wanda Rivenbark They should be better organized and have more participation. Rick Westover 4 . .., N-,-M--fm t 0 it tr- iz. ra ' Q 2 . -- , V I -'-lf' i.---1 4 A in -..du 4" B2 :fills-u2v5Ybf,'1f'f.JIiRii,.''iiawfifihilJ.i:t2'Xlilef'Wffif.1'Wi-ifiiiisiiitfiiiklf.lilfj-ei? 'Iftifftfliftiqsirq-'w5:ii"tl5':''?.tfm:-'wi' ,aihmfiziiac-5:l,iffi 1: I lf-all -.71 'QUT A yi?-',Q' I , j l ' A Ill tid" s . :1 .-1 :iz .na Li ,rg-s!t.- sa-"fy-t1bs2':.' " .'f ru'-1-H " A .J -1 i 4 I was glad to see volleyball added to the program-too bad we didn't get to play the final match, George Frick Table tennis at NCWC is a very com- petitive sport. It involves a large seg- ment ot the campus population. This was shown in the number ot partici- pants in this year's tournament, Chris Pollack The girls' volleyball team tried really hard and had a good team. More amazons should try out lor the team next year. Mrs, Edge is .1 good c oat h. Ellen Godson They give the students somthing to do. The girls need more partinipation in them. l think it is good to have them and it is a heap of fun. Lynn Alston ll seems as though the participants want the program monlinuerl so why not. ln Brball and Volleyball, they should invest in some good reterees. The Table Tennis Iournaiiieiit was exe tellently managed. Wayne Souza I thought it was great because the guys really got up tor the games. Tootie Peterson X Va" , g X ,. . , xH I ' 'li '4-1 l--' Q- . '- -N .va fr ko. ,gg Q h . . 'xxu I T X - FN gr 5 15 A l ' ' lllll - Wim-Qy 5-' ,l .CQ 83 Ni 6 Y Q 0- ys J ,ip ' 51 ga' 5 1591433 V si L ' K 1 if 1 . . A - .' fv f. -' . ,, , . , - -pq - - .F . 1 , - ' ur . ' ' 1 - 5 l-"vw . ii. 1 Y ' ' K- '-' gvjqf tg , . ., we , .I -4 , t . , V K . . ,, . I , A ll , . . . 4, '- '1---,tw -:-'.. Z. . .,. A , --v . . .,,, J'-, Ht' 1 M-si-,3e1,f.. K ' . A- " ' W - ' ' . .-M. .fflf U ft g 4. . , 4' A I - w- .M-:IJQM nEx 1.L,L i .. - .r1 .. . . ' P' .1-ua. - I v w- 11' M ffrf fri- .I .ix N U I we N -as N11 rf . Le, iii? li. 5 5. Q if 3 5 2 4: a .Q l 1, YY' , 'if 3 .1 . Xa , '1 P' 1 4 I. E 'a It ll if gs Z. I 5 I 'a 1 ig i I Q. Y ' I ' 1 a 5 Jitsu t 4-5 'ilveww They should en- courage the players more. lohn Sward They should be given two uniforms- spring and winter. Debbie Manning They have great equipment! Charlie Rogers The squad put forth a lot of effort. Margaret Ives I never cheered before I came to Wesleyan, but I always thought of cheerleading as a means of showing the athletes how much one appreci- ated them. Apparently I was wrong because after I had cheered for a se- mester at Wesleyan I realized that some of the girls weren't interested in the sports but just the fact that they were cheering. Tootie Peterson ,.4 's X , I 1 1 ' I BA 4 an tif Mew' ff' fwfr: MMG ff ,ny ,-.-f-fi .Wav ,f t ,N I- , ,, , 1 ., i,.,.,, . -- , ,-,Af ,- -- V., ,. , ,- ,.,-I ,, Q. ,-,. 9, 1,-,t e,,,-,w,,g- .wi-iffy.,-:fri we- f. -. 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The singer was okay. I missed the only meeting where roll was called-when Dean A. spoke. Sterling Bodenhammer It was a waste of time. I was tired of listening to the Administration's bull. The tests were insignificant. There weren't enough parties. Freshmen felt separated from the rest of the student body, The food was enough to make you go home again. Kevin Kilroy Fine. I really thought it was pretty good. I enjoyed the talent shows and stuff. I thought it was good to have a chance to get to know everybody be- fore classes started. Bettie Carrick I wish there could have been more rap sessions so we could get more questions answered. Everybody was shy. Maybe they should have been broken down into smaller groups. I liked the idea of having to wear a nametag. Pam Barker It was okay but I think they could have done things a little different. Laura Kinne Everything was exactly organized. They made me feel at home when I got here. Otherwise I would have gone home. Vicki Holland tual v ' mi '13 iii-A 1' . . . .. 1, 4 , 'Pu , 1 'ff as 2 -f.-f.zI f .2 +,:ffrv If I ' ,in gs 'mf:l'fQ..Z I T' ' 425 533,11 ails:-., .Ix.t.'JiIf'i'I-'P-ILf'aftiaif.4 fait. .r.f'-we . td-'ft It I -.II - if a - I , --""o. I., ,xo fy .XR ii 1. E J,- 6-IP-N 5 -7 , ,y ' Y Q '55 I ' . 91. IW' , We Ji i D: L 4.7 'Z h S K f' p ,-L-. 5 .f'1. ' W' ,.... If xxx, 'lim-"IX x Q I A x if 4? W4 .1 4-.-I I 5763 -t Av P ns. .D 5" S. Tie.: I , . rg. A I ., -Cf i S.. Parent s Weekend It s nice. lt seems like the campus only gets repaired when the parents come. lt is the only time the fountain works and our dorms are really clean. Brins It gives the parents a chance to see the college . . . and a chance for the students to clean their rooms. Sue Moss I liked it when I was a freshman. It is a waste of time for upperclassmen. Somehow parents lose their interest a so. Linda Murray Parent's Weekend is a good idea. lt gives parents a chance to see how their money is being spent. Sue Thompson The idea behind Parent's Weekend is fine in theory but somehow it isn't so good in practice. lt should be a time when the parents enjoy themselves and see how things really are but it usually turns out that everybody puts on their plastic smiles and the parents go home thinking that Wesleyan is a "child's garden of delight" and very glad they sent us here and very glad that Parent's Weekend is over until next year. Belinda Blake l enjoy coming down and seeing all the different students. The programs are set up nicely. I like coming down to see my daughter. Wesleyan Parents ' " F - .. if .. i:1:z-A.t!1b.:, g-.1-53, xx -1 ax . ug-3 N, w. A',,,-j , . I. Fu. lf-3""A"f A: r -- ga ' , , 0 0 'V' ' n w --- ,i':".4' ' s J K.. L---.v..t,s...,L 1, ,, ..s.- Q 'ff' 11x - ' 1 ,L 1 v ,,..,1,41u , EV-JP up , M. 4 0 I 1 1 II II 1 4 . . . i I , :Qt . . ,, K ilV 4 14. Y' wb. Y f r ' an , . f Ss'-f"f 1 90 wuz. M -xi if . iw! it +5 in mu 'fjfifl 5l'J"4.l's 31593. 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Susan Hinton Homecoming comes at a time when everyone is ready for a big weekend filled with fun sports and the thrill of competition. jimmy Smith I liked it. Enjoyed the Shrine Club. lust plain fun! Cindy Trimm With a big smile on his face Tommy nods his head in approval. Great! Tom Henderson I loved the entire weekend, especially the dance, but I think that there should be some type of activity on Friday night. Lynn Alston This is the weekend that everyone is ready to have a good time and party. I think that the social commission did a good job and I had a fabulous time for my last Homecoming. loann Harrell The suspense of waiting to see who will be crowned queen is always a fun part of Homecoming, but for me the best part is being able to see those people I knew three years ago who are no longer in the vicinity. Barbara Blanton It would have been better if we had won the basketball game. George Frick ' .. AL .1 L an Li i lt e 1 ' ' A .Q-M 'Q . si " "f9'N'!" 1i ff! w i? Cr-P' Y is 1 'Ligiiwl - 1 f':eaxvf,M'iwf' . J A 1 . , ' wins: . . X 0 '7 l 1 f I . Q f . gi .1 5 " 1 tn :sf ' , --L-, - , - K-, - .,,' -' F ' I 1 ,, . 1 I . . I DU :- : pd' .S 'rf z"' 5 ff V ff-'EL T 7 Laci The people who planned it did a good job and the people who went had a good time. Let's do it again next year. Donald Williams I had a fantastic time. It was the only dance I went to and didn't take pictures. lane Gravely The logic of why the social commis- sion continues to plan various func- tions at the request of the student body escapes me. In the past two years the students said they wanted more than one function and they only attend the big one on Saturday night. Why the commission even bothers to take the time and trouble is beyond me. Harlan Lewis Between the pressure of secretly trying to make a dress Saturday after- noon and type an overdue termpaper at the same time, I never got excited about the dance. In tact, I almost didn't even get there. But all the pres- sures and worries were worth it. The social commission did a great job and I was complimented on my dress. Barbara Blanton It rained. Mary lawrence lt was fun-I loved the bands. Wanda Rivenbark The Tams were fantastic-they made Spring Fling. H Robin Rider I liked it considering that I don't like that kind of music. I really 'had a good time. Nanci Wilson PRING gg: ur 'Y- g-' an.J..,,.... O i I I T ... F" -- l G I 11 5 D ST. ELMU .p-W, r .5 F x I .t ' sy K - . ' 5 i, . Q , .- . .- . ' -' 4 - '- X ' " .. ,V . .- -,.:' s ' jg . - , - . '.'y 0' A Q- ' -, I ' ' V ' '. A X w ' J , ' ,. . ,, 1 . h .or , ,. ' ,v If A N 1 ,A O V53 , , Y "I ss V U I' 'Q Q. in ' f ,I --fd " . . X 0 5. A . I Q fkff! 'f ff - , , , Q f , , , gif , . ' in Q oA - ' , A 4 U gd!! Ct t,'Q' 'f E ' fl -f ' '-1..4l'-.'Q.J 1 I6 ' A D '. W-vi rx' ge! A M . 1? "" 11 f 7' 'fs - waz- ay. fr 4-.1'f'.'v-'iwfi'R HE- T2 'T 1 'v -' ' 'EK' Yf-:Tia Hs. Al: 4 , - 5 " 1 ' "is"-4 I. ClgjlNllTNENTAL KIDS Flash Cadillac was the most fun lve had since 1956. Donald Williams Really good. A rock and roll revival was a pleasant change. The idea of the rock band before Flash Cadillac to try to appeal to everyone s taste was pretty good. Harlan Lewis The concert was fun to go to if for no other reason than to see the students loosen up. lane Gravely Flash Cadillac was obscenely funny. niscent of the late 1950 s and the kind of music most of us first started listen- ing to. The concert was the best in the four years that I have been here and a refreshing change from the kind of music prevalent today. Barbara Blanton Flash Cadillac was a welcomed change from the normal rock concert. They made it easy for me to forget the work piled up in the room and allow myself to have a good time. George Frick I personally dont think students en- joy concerts as much as they do show and dance. But l thought it was great un. Dean Alexander They were great. They were the hot- test thing since the Chicago fire. Charlie Rogers l really enjoyed them. Margaret Ives l 7 , , , ' Their dress, motions, etc., were remi- , ll G. l fl 'E Q l 5 l i , 1 f l f 96 1, f '. ' ,,-we "35f11H'-1f .f'Ef 'z 'V+-iw ,-" .i 'l'1i"f+r - 1'-J'rzP.'J-Q ls Q.'ffi'ff7EiL"V'l2'f'fT-lff"iT77fl.t-f? 'fiff l3'7.'lf1:f 'V' ' ' 4ftFi14:ut.i,ti.Qt1ir.t'E?f9r,.:-it-KNEW: .fzw iwii-yt. fills:,multi-t?2ifi.11.'.ref m-f'+it1fmii.wf.. 1.-is-It lil W F P 1 ' -- T - F A ' 'F r T sl 'gh ,ctw L .1 1--1' 9 . 'ia 2. ine'-. f " .L., ' f 4 I.. M.-511-i.r'i,l"'.'l'12-'f 1473!-5' "UW L ,Y fZ'l:'71k-'fi-Xn'iIE. C"--'3' 774. 'F' 'J 'ZA GF if-72' TK BUY - XMA. SEALS uf I XM --Aa 0 -I ,1 97 Sir- 5 'G Plays Boyfriend I had fun designing the sets for the Boyfriend and helping build them and I think the actors had fun doing the show. I hope the audience en- joyed seeing the show as much as we enjoyed doing it. Donald Williams For the first time actors and technicians got to work in their own theater. The "Boyfriend" was a good play but a little ambitious. Mrs. Homes "Boyfriend"-Mr. Kagey, how does one be a straight ham? lane Gravely "Skin" had its ups and downs and l'II be the first to criticize something I work with, But I feel "Skin" was a good educational and theatrical experience. Bob Thompson "Skin of Our Teeth" had great acting, but I needed to see it at least five more times before I could begin to understand it. George Frick ill 'Flin AWN Sgt!! 'Pvc' -.Hua Lxrui.-I.-1 af J 1 155 44' 1 3 n If rf 1 X a Q n I 4 0 0 E I-I A 4 l: I It 5 98 . L f5ize1twi1xf.Q1f1J5sf9+,1:'ii.f5Ititirfuf.w fsvtstmi ltiiilfit,Ir-tASW?l.!4EI.mtqtiti. M-f'ft6f2fm.a,. -tv. -f-, I' 152'-. .4 f. 0 4 N x - 1 0. rr A Q .K P r i '-Lk .. ,. -.-n .--nf'.v.:'l,"LQ'E" ' f 1 rn 1 1 3 1-l'u " rv' D F 1. , .1 , ,faq fi ' lf? :Qi fry' "ij ij, 432 - ' , x -15 -A 43 'S' -4.1 . ,gr A '1 5 M. I 1 K I 'x iq- 1- , r 5: M ' -f,"'1r ,.r4 'I v rr 9 Y " 1. Wvll vi E . A. .gg . ,. Y 'H i' XUE 'ii I H II' I Iivislii I 'rl julius Caesar I liked the -lighting effects of Julius Caesar. I thought the interpretation of the play was above the level of the viewers. They arent ready for impressionism. Pam Barker It was like a new twist to an old recipe. 1 'lulius Caesar" gave most of the ac- tors a chance to work with a style of scene and costume design they had never worked with before. It was fun working on a show done in expressionism. Donald Williams "luIius Caesar"-It was fun to learn a little about lighting. It was funny to see the show from behind. lane Gravely "Julius Caesar" was well thought out and quite expressionistic, but was a real let-down to someone expecting a Shakesperian style production as I was. George Frick I think Caesar lost alot of people but I don't think it was lack of art, talent, energy or whatever. Admittedly, the gym is not a theater and from a theat- rically technical point of view, is hard to work in. But I felt that some people were biased against the production because they didn't see what they ex- pected to see. Bob Thompson 100 fleas. .r . " - mi' n. 5' Zami-it Ml zllwfvig' Ei' ll-ll 'is I ll' if lr in 'l T l Fi B H' 'tt e-.11 :' f gb ' 1- fl- I VY 'st "ff 'fat 1 ' -- , '- ' .-1' " -' -' f" 1 fiFW'f"rE4Q'l.v:-ar:'.ir-FQ'Gu''Ft-"wr:-f '- -rm' AN, L' t .,f: 'I . . .,. ,f-4. .'f, In , M. . -1. ., ' ,..'-,.. 1- . -I.-.v-,--,rf ,-I, ,. I 1. I I I I I w g, X 1723: - ,sy-L 'Q ,txt D- ,lg M -,H .LDA ., 451, A ,4 . ,lf '., a.. L", ,J-V,.,'1. ,124-,J ,Wir-3,1fgu-fP.N2:l.f :I- wt. '-iz". Phlftlr tl- .- -I it 1 - . ki 5x sv- ' K K X I In Spite of Himself The May Term play started out as The Doctor In Spite of Himself and ended up as Bologne In Spite of lt- self . lt was a comedy of errors. E - erything was happening. People were getting sick and hurt and everything. It was awful Mrs. Barnes May Term was a blast despite our high accident rate. l hope Wesleyan can continue to visit elementary schools. Some kids total experience in theatre is television. Bob Thompson I think plays are one of the finest things that happen around here. I heard that the audience responded very well to the May Term play and my photographer said that all of the school children really enjoyed it. Mrs. Homes "The Bologne In Spite of Himself"-It was fun to watch-corny and lighthearted. lane Gravely - . kluikr r Q . . Srl". '. 3 sr- -1. fm Ztv'-sim .za A, T 5 t K ,, 1. x . I The Doctor ,' ' s I " V '10, ,. 7 4 I' ,I l Il O2 V. A H3115 'ft atm, tfwnb miami ia! uitittwafi. + we fm ff K Hi 3, , ' f t, up . ,I p q, '- sqgyg .5 In-i.i,,f WEP " al t-'l.,- - xf1Jr"y'v-1,- varvfwi-hr -3.-.zqgfyg 1n'.,jA-lzjil.-tqg,':"t:' :y'f1":.-lfj 3rfl,'. Y: ri r Syn- yr: ,Q . . ra V Q-1:g,,X:!.b. 4 final... -624.12 Jw W NMFLQQ i wx mn.. ix .4 In mu,,.,C,,y.yL,,..H J 3 ...Ax - ,. N ,, i. K, . . - , . YL! 02 -3. V -75.- :lf 'Yx X4 S .K F f--. I 0 s 1, ?'EF??' ,.',-K ' Pat' v x g - x x " R, .X .x - Performing Arts The Tuscon Arizona Boys Chorus was pretty good. But taking the stage down was hell. Charlie Rogers Preservation Hall was just as good this year as it was last year. I enjoyed seeing Dean A. leading the parade again. Ned Hill The Tuscon Boys Chorus was very good and I enjoyed them. I think the students liked that kind of entertain- ment and Preservation Hall better than the other things which were of- fered in the series. But of course the college has to appeal to the wide range of interests in Rocky Mount. Margaret Ives I like Preservation Hall, and I liked the Tuscon Arizona Boys Chorus. The Eleo Pomare Dancers yuck For their art they were good but for this area and the students not very good Mark Lambert I hadn t ever seen anyone twirl a lariat in real life I thought it was cool bet ter than any Roy Rogers show When Preservation Hall was here it was good to see the faculty actually en joying themselves for once Barbara Blanton I enjoyed Preservation Hall as much as the ldes of March concert last year Tim Chase I liked the Cosmopolitans The tenor was of excellent quality even if he did have a cold lane Gravely The Dancers oh boy' That was a little too heavy for the people of Rocky Mount to handle I mean people were walking out left and right lulie Meador 1 -.- . -'.- - A-EEk4E?Z3??H!!.Q5BD5hMH1EHf?94Ei L!tYZ1-Bigilafll ilikwirllzfsf 15'-W" '55 P' NQQQXKWHS G0 Uri-xaf Q Q0 QA QC 6 A809 PRESERVATION HALL JAZZ BAND W 41720 gil. i2v.k'5'iMlfli'f!QHy1f?5l,3?sl I-'Q-.1 i -. if 45 5 l . A X V . X . I 1 x -N . X . . "Q A K. 1 , K P I , 4 4 I Q x z '59 U H' ' ' -.ai ' ' ' Q - 1 ' . x, 7 1- ' T' .3. "" v5417' 3377 5577'555'5""'?'i-5'f'k?T"i3i"L"T3 "W'ff"75'+5'3f'5?' ' S'J'?9- 1"7f'1" I -4 V Convocations The Civilization series was the best se- mester of convocations since Ive been here. Next year they should have Allstair Cookes America . George Frick Each year has been an improvement. And each year has the potential for further improvement. lane Gravely Convocations bored me slam to death. I liked it better when people came to talk about pressing issues of the time. I would like to see the pro- gram return to the ecological prob- lems, a subject that is of immediate concern to us all. Harlan Lewis The Civilization series was the best idea yet. Donald Williams Since I didnt have to go to con- vocations this year I went only about two or three times the whole year. But ing the Kenneth Clarke series. It was most enjoyable and informative. Barbara Blanton Convocations this year was interesting and informative but they should not be required. Steve Russell Convocations as usual were boring for the most pan. However there were a few good ones especially sec- ond semester. I thought the movies first semester were okay but after thir- teen weeks it was putting me to sleep. I m glad I don t have to go anymore. Charlie Rogers wt- a - 4' . -. 'rams-u3i:ii.' fm limi sa H -' jim K 1' Ill " ti' af- tj..-s --Dx I1 99-592. X' ,Y . , ,, ,, gf' in ? . K 5 , f We in y -N ' Y 0 1 I f when I did go, I made sure it was dur- 4 I E . Q4 r ' Q f X H M 4 I I N 4 LP , I i IO6 tr-ww it in Tl will-T' NWT' Still' tiki mtl' " yillevhlhfmgwlhlvell ' .ff f. - ' V' -.i . 1. 'U'-fl i. " -I -- 1'-4 it :ww -2:2 ' W- .r- r"-.mfrfz-va-'rn-.L rvfw- v-- 1 r- ,g p-fs' Q"-1-11.-Li -44 I-,ffl ' --l '-'ill - ' -' 'Vs'-'I W l ' wr.. "f Q. ff -'dfflff-.., . y wJ , , '31-21.454 - :-- '- l.... - ' , -it 41- 4, .v-te r vm 4 ' ru --.lsu,..-'1,t.uj::- - . fla'1'..' . iw. I-'1"'Vl 'll f-. . . . IH .' - 1 1' rr . -v 'ki' M .. e . e-,LW X, ts My f :P '. 4 s 9 y f Y - I f' I if Q' A -V I l-' ,'ix:'i A nf :t ' ' Q V D 'bl I I . ' K LQ 6 S333 .U 0 I YQ. .FV J l li - Y. .qi ,if ll - - g WA assays J M3-Hi-:vig 4 A M 5 l ir L. I O : O G Convocation Honors Convocation was the best l've been to in three years, I especially enjoyed Dr. Teagarden's speech. Donald Williams In some cases the description of the awards and people receiving them did not match. It seems like the only basis on which some of the awards were given was the highest grade point average. When the elements for which the award was based on were announced and then the winner, you had to wonder why they even both- ered to incorporate all the other things like leadership, social participa- tion in campus life, etc. Harlan Lewis What does a senior say about Honors Convocation-we deserved it? fWell we didij Dr. Teagarden s speech gets an A+. Barbara Blanton I thoroughly enjoyed Dr. Teagarden s speech and the message it conveyed. It was great to see my Roomie e- ceive the President s Cup. George Frick That was pretty good. lt was better than the rest. Mary Lawrence l enjoyed hearing Dr. Teagarden speak. Wanda Rivenbark Wayne Souza. Dianne Williams til Sa 'tit ill 4 Giga 4 . I I I ,, ,, r I l IDB z'j fgg,.'i is 1 ,5,s-ri, L, 1 ' .f 1 . . , it ' 4 .Q ,L yi hgqipng-up -. X f, ' .,. ... ifisimiwaffi-.fr :im iw if" K ' 'frm U ' s 'F-'Q S ? "ai J me Student Government Association Type: Elected body to provide ser- vices to the college community. Services rendered the college: Emergency Loan Fund Supplement budgets of Social Com- mission Pre-Law students and spon- sor events of other campus groups Counseling referrals Refrigerators Projects sponsored: Liberalising the open house rules Cut out positions in the government which overlap and cause inefficiency Honest communication with the deans New breakfast hours New games in the game room New Muzak system in the cafeteria and snack bar Purchased new furniture for the patio Member of the National Student Lobby I think we have achieved better un- derstanding with our work through the Dean of Students. If we are to win any major changes the student body must make a greater sacrifice to assist in the work. Our student-faculty com- mittees were used wisely. Wilbert Harrison I feel that we suffered from a bad case of over involvement. There are just too many unnecessary provisions in the constitution to give the student leaders the freedom to act in their be- half. This is true because many impor- tant positions are left unfilled. We made progress in the fact that there were fruitful and helpful discussions with many students. We have created the atmosphere where students now realize the difficulties of the SGA and may be willing to give time to it. Rich Kirschner WS A1151 'L3IA':l'hl fm' lf. c, I Vffzii rl'r'."'!. I 'k -AA 'f " P ' 1'f'l'2xN'U ,Wu I r H0 '.' ' .- .1 .1155 ps , -- ..1TIi'TL'T4y '5gl"""C"QJ"Tf fi. 'MQW' 'C'f.r"'t7,3!ft"'l1ift':1Gf'f4.- V3-ji1'.T-'Ach My ,11Qf3r':r,-"-1f-'iiQi"i..g.: 'g.Q"jz' jr mai- -- 1 'af' 3 Y fiimivwt-iT! s. ntiillsisavrliliZ,T35i?rf:-...r5T.',Jif?"?t134hit-""JlafCi:f4v'.f3xf:l ffl ff -it V wa tiff-'f fu 'f A " 5 W - "' '. n - ' -1, x- - - . - , 'wx :' -- i-.----fv.1-Y f-- -.N -v -1- - - rv uf' 'l -I,-Ur Q - W, :-l-..k.!:.ad:'-.E E 35.5 shag 'L fffrlvmf mn b.tffn"-xy wx- -k'1.f-."X.UI'-1 .fi-' 1".rJKrf.'fF5a.. IU f-9-1',V :elf 1777! TJ IE I - J! TK . xi S x X '. , rf,-S3-Ei. '.'.f Q , ' . 1'-52' '1 , .' 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Type: Service to campus and Richard Sinclair community Circle K is sharing and caring in ac- Founded: International founded in tion. It has made great strides in 1947, Wesleyan club chartered in 1963 reaching out . . . now we even have female members. Sponsor: Kiwanis International Bess Curtis Services rendered the college: The Circle K International theme this Helping with Orientation year was Reach Out. The Wesleyan Freshman visitation weekends club transcended that idea by not Parent's Weekend only reaching out to help people Other on campus projects through our projects but the relation- ships which were established will Projects sponsored this year: leave an indelible mark on many of Rebuilding outdoor chapel the club members. We have shown Multiple Sclerosis project that human relations are among the Horse Show most valued treasures. Talent Show Keith Marsden Canned food and clothing drive Year long project with mental patients at Cherry Hospital in Goldsboro Paper drives for recycling Helping with blood drives Visiting nursing homes in Rocky Mount Circle K is a very worthwhile organi- . . . . ws zation providing great opportunity to meet new friends and gain experience. Leslee Nance The club for the first time has made some genuine contributions in the community and on the campus. I hope that all the success of this year will serve merely as a beginning for more dedicated and involved service in future years. Ned Hill vi v This year Circle K has proven to be a meaningful organization with outre- aching projects to help the under- priviledged and multiple sclerosis patients as a whole. Circle K is a club which offers the individual the chance to help people. It has the potential to become bigger and better as the years progress. Randy Scott ll? J lf I wr-U rift miiliilwird f Wim-7"1if 2313 ,' I, L L 'i J, ,I -11,5 3435, Mtsjjgigjj 4f.Q'5?l'C"' "viii, r -5-A K, k K 35: .Lim-it .qjty-'i'1'Q wi-, filiglrr.-'ut..,'i'jA 315: : -1'-if I, 1 -.gsm :-It I l?1,'tij, ,.'if.:'-' ' '15-'ml -, fp ,Q flag -I A- ' i 21 25 7.mf1',fI". '-.I'l.'-ns i,g-lax' ,rw-"1" lt?-twirl b '- 'tv I 4 WY .H Jikt'-. ' 'fl " Lg. L A M -u-'3"Lv.:'b' '1f'i.'f7.'f'f'7P'f'i.'f7Tif'J3k"'l"J3? - f T frlf"'l'7'I TTU? -TTI' Tl' 4 ,4 r I . . , A 5 s gf' 0 .' P' ' X 5 . -L .X 1' O S y - Q O WTS .A , .31 U WE i -- -' Q ' 4, 5 ' Q . Mummi Y 0 113 Ig-ww. " '-' , .. . , . , . , A , . , , . , , 31 " 4 Mi'-!.' is ' ' 'L W' K"f3" 'P' W' 'ma'1w'f'wv'av-'dv' -2--4 w-,f 'W w 5... B.- F f il una qua :au U!!! nu 9-do agus K K I ,I 13' 6- ?:, wi"'i 'fgfg' N Y lips 5 on -', 4 " 1 -A, W, "Na :'13:5'-.f A. hu' wax, ui 4 3, Y- .I ,N . '. .Qu ,..mz-.., nz-' -4. . M -4..' -355'3:"1'i 'S. FJ!-FHM.,s'.12-1:'aT5FGw i.2, if-f3'Y11'W'5 'frm HG! Trl . 4: llx W x A xx ii- .4- 9 'ALA ' ' H5 P? ,zgf gwiggi EWS 5. 5: 'g gi N! Qi '66i'i.?'i ','-i53qa.f-nfl:'YF 2? ffafahimf i i rg-fi? '1" ij"-i'i'-T'-H' 'rf --A Q' 0 1-1, - .' -sb, -f J 4 5: - ., , . ' 44? " .4 4. .f +-.f-.r- ff.-'. , .1 v ,re + -L..-Y eu t In .-. 'T' 1 Compass Club Type: Service Founded: 1969 Sponsor: Pilot Club International Services rendered to the college: Hostess for coffee hour and decora- ting the bulletin board for Parent's weekend Provide rooms for other chorus groups Make curtains for one of the women's dorms Projects sponsored this year: Intense visitation and correspondence with members of Guardian Care Collecting money for "Meals for Millions" Pilot Club presentation Party for mentally retarded children Compass Club is a good way for girls to get together and serve the community. Molly Pollock Compass Club is built on the idea of direct involvement with those people who need attention. The small and the personal action takes priority. I think we have achieved that goal. There are twelve members now and they are members in every sense of the word. Their actions and words are in balance. There are no dead logs. Unified and alive we do not seem we are. That is one of the highest compliments I could give to any one person or group. Marjorie Stevens The Compass Club is a worthwhile or- ganization because it serves the com- munity of Rocky Mount. It also helps the Wesleyan campus in special af- fairs and is always open to assist the rest of the student body. Claire Collins llb hziifftir 53.5 ' hawaii? fit? in '1fii2flt5"Il?'.Ji3lHi?'5f?tE2?5!Q21 C 14 I' f fu zvtll L fc 31 ng- PJ P? F' 4 sf Q O . A af W R11 2111.1 v.l1J'-' xl -f,w.4+:Av f .ape-2.-. A-1 vz .4 -sw -.Nm-.1 1.-1 -M H .. . 'f,"1 g 'si F7 J if-2"f'fi ' as i 1 1 c i S U7 '- . . A J .. u t 4 a,Q., : , ef- KJ ? .5-MDL fx Tyra-w r . era-iairf ' ,. " 'ifi':+w..:gip, t . li gi. 9 l Wesleyan Singers Type: Mixed chorus open to all which meets three times a week for one hour credit. Founded: The first year of the college. Services rendered the college: We perform free of charge three times a year providing the students with Pops Christmas and Spring Concerts. On the whole I feel the students in the group are genuinely concerned and would be more so if the apathy of those not involved was not so great. ludi Vilagos It would be excellent if the types of music were spread out through the whole year. Robin Boehm It is a group for those who like to sing and have fun. You do not have to be a great singer to join just give it your best. Mark Lambert Wesleyan Singers offers the students a chance to prove they are capable of producing a beautiful piece of music. They also have a chance to get in- volved and get rid of some of Wes- leyan's apathy. Myra Dean lf done properly, Wesleyan Singers could be a professional group with everyone producing their best whether they were a good singer or not. Instead, everything is carried on with such a "plow through it" attitude that everyone gives only one half of what they could. Wesleyan Singers could be an organization students would be proud to belong to. Instead, it is an "easy hour" organization. Debbie Pifer na nikki if 'T 'ill' his 'Sl nil lull' fl' law' 0 1-1-1 av' tf -+L- -m""""'-N-Q -,hm-Q. .1 Q+5 .-5Q,5::"f'1ig- ,qt fy. ,. if-7:f l.,,'1: g1i1gi.g ,.gig,:. :gg-fa ,gg-1 v fa- Q ,Av-1-5 -f--7-it,-.i -V -7 . .- 13 1 . 5 ,Eg .s .iw .au . J: 3, ,fx ., A ,. 4, ,P , . , ...- A - I . " i'G?H3'fF i'?2.5lilFl,'i1lZ" ' 'lliqhil 75 1? 'fi til? "lla -flrlziiilsfid Il'5"'l51' ,-.il fist "l"'?"??l" 'Y i V ' 13 " - -' ' --. A 3 Fi 1 Z 59 A-.k. 'L L V7 Qi' -A I , Chamber Singers 8: An iuditiorit-d - - t ixix - s t A singing. unded: -Xt th -ginning ti it college, Services rendered thc college: XM' pc rtorm in the Christmis tfonct-rt ind the Pops Conce rt. We rtprtsent the college by pc rtorming tor tow n orga' nizations. Example: lxiwanis Club, Methodist Youth Rallx in Iac lcsonxille, N.. It thc members of Chamber Singers and the dircctor would get serious about the group, thex could gain the prestige they have had in the past. I have becn a member ot the group since my tirst semester and it h s been declining since that time. It is too bad that a group with such great potential has to be held back because ot the lack ot protessionalism of all concerned, Debbie Pifer, Steve Williams Chamber Singers is an extra-curricular activity that could atford talented mu- sic students a chance to further their repertoire in small vocal emsemble. First of all, I tind tault in the name be- cause we do not sing chamber music, we sing popular music. Secondlx, I find an unenthusiastic attitude within the director which has rubbed ott on the members ot the group. I honestlx feel that it this attitude among all the members ot the group was rex ersed, the sound of the group would im- prove 1000... Professionalism is what we should strixe tor and until this atti- tude is changed, protessionalism can never be accomplished. Christine Scott "" v'i G"T" ?ff ' a t-ft nr" J aw .w If -Ttft'2'.fSjFJ!-fitj?if',Z .1?.1e1ffJ3F-.T5", -A nw.-31"-f.l'-Iaifftfi 'BC'7TFf"T"1 'nf C I N x ...J ll 1 f I I I I u I 'wh Eu K' I I - - cis Y Typ . extra i irrit ultir l att t tor those studt nt uh i ll1IttX , , I Fo it bt 1 ' I th 1 1 , 1 C s , 1 , 5 Ill? I -T C I jtffilv iie 1 'faiici' Wi ' '7 '?'3-?" 'L7'5i3""'."""'!f" '9" 7, A 'f'B"7 f 4 1" """ JJ' W 'E M ., I .-lvl! 4!4Jl xg LL.-sq! ,4! vI:.L.'! .! ' 6-.lm ' Y" K! I! , , E 43-Pun F .I J: . 1 uv lj up 'vn 'N P -- EL f . a I vim ,Lp 'nl ," xi ' 4 - x. ,Ayr .:'.Pl.. 120 6, qw m , W , if 1 ,fx viilbw km 15 'a :WT-Rv HM- if iliwflm si X M fMvM-1-'01 v- H? - , QQ, ff.. -5- ' T Q 'wa f: 5. gay., , J-if vw- --:gi-Q: 1. gf ' - ' 1, Y -74275 it -if , .w,-1,1 l.g 5...,x Y . Jaxuv,-., t- lv-13:'w1!..Q,f-L13 jnxfz .,s. -4 -'wg ug: Y: fy: Ji 5,5 .,.',.1- 1, n 3 , 'mv RL Us D Vlwbvf - gl A U., , Q., Q,-,W ,., M , N433 , VL, , '-,,-H121-,,Af-.-11.-J . mf 1,m',.1smfq1, , - -. . , N 'Vs ' "' ' "" F v fl Y t. VH F ,-He. 'AFL t In'.F.'.,H'.'j'lFm5lc:,f'v .IZ ' lf' S-li I I I' hi Beta Phi gi '13 "4 Type: National Honorary Science 'lil Fraternity "LE 22 Founded: 1969-Alpha Omicron Chapter Services rendered the college: This jig year we have begun a tutoring service for area high school students having '41 difficulties in math, chemistry, biol- ogy, and physics. Proceeds from this 'gf tutoring service and other fund raising projects go toward our newly estab- lished scholarship fund awarded an- I-L nually to a deserving science major. ff iii Projects sponsored this year: LZ Initiated science scholarship fund Tutoring service Raffle to raise money for the scholar- jg- ship fund Sponsored guest lecturers F For the first time in the short history of . our fraternity, we are doing some- thing worthwhile for the college and the community. I am confident that the science fraternity will be even bet- A- ter in the future. VZ' David Cole Chi Beta Phi has the potential of being ggi a great service organization. How- ever, its future depends upon the ac- g tive participation of the members. Rosanne Bright lt is more interesting than it was. We seem to be doing more than in the .15 past and getting more accomplished. Q.: I feel that the members are interested in what they are doing and in getting things accomplished, Things are defi- nitely looking up with our scholarship 'ij program and our tutoring program. Terry Everette fl It is the only discipline oriented frater- nity on the NCWC campus and is valuable as a means of commu- ff nicating between the science If departments. r" David Smith .' ff J l2l ' i .7.l if --, . " '. ,. .' 1 , - 'P . - ' 1 ' ' sm. M ,fa..f'i"f 1. ' f tnuzii.. switfiif uni . ' 1 1.n1i., 4.0fM - M Q i5'4'5 ""'?1 I 1 Z A tn. I I, s 'E'-" 1' A-ei-"-' 'iii S iii: an -5'5"-'ww-L':c .Qu1""Iun:1i. " ill1lg?b'11'3 'ei' luiunlxgy :xan- Klint liljg, 1U ill QQ! 'Ns Omicron Delta Kappa Type: National honor society made up of those persons demonstrating exemplary character and superior scholarship and leadership Founded: 1914 at William and Mary College Wesleyan circle staned with the Activists and ODK was chartered here in 1972 Services rendered the college: We are not a service organization how- ever we do serve and represent those outstanding students on campus. Projects sponsored this year: The an- nual bloodmobile for the Red Cross on campus, We sponsor the annual competition for the organization that produces the most donors. We strive for and attempt to promote and recognize good scholarship and leadership. Wayne Souza It was a great honor to be tapped for membership in ODK. l really believe that the union of scholarship and leadership for which the society strives clearly separates its members from those of any other organization on campus. George Frick Membership in ODK is a lasting honor for any student at Wesleyan. David Smith I feel it's a worthwhile organization which holds a high position on the Wesleyan campus. Dennis Custis -f ""7 "In ' nfwf i ' ' ' 4' ' V' 7V S'NlY'44L?Wfi'?1f3? "ai "' Huw .Cixi flN7-iL.IfTTfF3KFGF5I.'3.f+.EV'-i3'7H'. 7l'7'!I T1 TF Zu' " TK r fs fat 9, 1 2 P ' ' I s- r , - f I I ,, , l Z ' i 123 , .',,r.Y1't M' ff ---gf 11 1,1 : m- A- gg,-f ,V - L -1- . . - . 1 - -r , . g, .- 'G sm ra--...sew--x-.s-f.KL3lfs4i-'vias-sit-.as-1-3' 'H-ff?lf'l-i9+'V1lfeE ? 5.9.1 ,f it I -W" 'E' 5: 1 W- fe I i 9' Wi? ' W- 4 . ,vas . .A s. 5' wg me un. . .4 1. ,.. . ... . fwxfaf-N -H-M -U-ff fu . , L, Q W L F 1 v V . 9. if , I ' .- ,J , . . ,I "f F' ij 1-'I , J.-.. -.1 124 v. ,-A .ff 4, , . ,ra 3, .. f ,xg 'F16' 2, fhf'-w ww 43:1-.'.m.,r..'m. L N ',f-., 1 1' 01' 4 1 T., iglilgsf' Y 0 . 'min .sv- V41 119551 w A105 mf' wf dh si ,, f+ H mmf km.-11 x rs.: 5 .Einar F,-i1'51'F-V f' 13 1"fQ 1 'nr fxvw' ' 9+ . aww. ME gc wt' - '-4 -- ' ' w- - V - v--. F, f., .,.. , - . ., , ,, yp 5' .1:',,,,. .g-1. ' . A -'gig Y-A J, A-,ndxwuyz tux Ji, 1" L Mafia - xr A-gh,',v,-' ' ',u'1-4": 1 'f'j:L1,, ,- f - fr 1 . -rf.-'N ' 3 4 1. .. . X415 ff. -1,1'.'3...1",w.2-.--,-155.,gifg '. ,Ag-. 5- ,Z -- .f,, J-S vi WM- , f- Y v Q--V: L ,f-fx' -1.51,-53x 5 ,, 4 , -'Wx' -Fat. 15 ii ,v i-4, A -. ,- - '. '.,' " A. .!,' . ' -. T. ' 'rb .il ll i ' ' 'ill ' . -I , .,. . J 'Y A xg, ri 4 . ,- X, Pt lu v-..4', . ,mar 4 i , . , 4 ',,' , . , f'l'a,,o-y .- . . 1-.'q'.-' -.,..f'!'.,h,-xv 42.-. 1 I .L'5'ft"'Tw.'g"f ' . - . N 'sf lpha Delta Chi Typc: Sot ial Frm rnitx unded: B -ti Chap! tounc t-c mi, C Um rt cl by NC. Wu vt in l'lt'17 Services rendered the college: Bting, a social tratcrnity we render no scr- vices as such howcvcr we do quite a bit of partying., whit h adds to thc cam- pus social lite. Projects sponsored this year: Parties, parties and more particsl!! We re the only people on campus that know how to really party. Carlyle Taylor What can you say when you re the best. Charlie Rogers "Chi blows!!!". Tom Henderson lt's worthwhile, Larry Foster We're the king of the three A's: Athletics, Academics, and Asses. lack Morrison Once you're in it, you'll never forget it. Elliot Harrell lt is outstanding in its tield. Richard Sinclair The sweet taste of ioy. loe Cardwell Its the prettiest color on campus. Dillard Dixon Sexual perverts. Martin Saunders Studs. Rick Davenport ?,i4'?ff-'c- an 'YQ -V 'vi :- .2185 '. il 'xc '- 'lw!lii:'4'i'i.'C-:ea-r'.v.i'i:w''iL":'l":'. .'7.'Sf'.-L 'iihf' . .Y 7'g'lf'JfSr'Gl'Bi'-If 73-'3' 5331 'P' H ' ea 4 1 rY I l F0 t L er l l lllt l. " UI 1 in , 1 s r , , ' , s . as fi I lb I 125 5f15I!5'i '1i fi -3 ,."i :ai f2'i' 'Mi-its'i1' i:'-+5-:abil '-ssl--apes-visagzfgp f- fyxi wi t -L i f . Sf- . 5 I 'V .Pall 35 19s-V, fu, Q '.QJf,:wrJ 1 3 ?.'T'f J' in 5 .A 'S -, fir .1 .f Vq, Af 32. 1 1 'Q-Q'L.f:g,J.' V ,v.n - I v- fw A 9' - 1 - " ' ' , ., 47 -' , N .- , - v -f 1-'Q '5fe.x A ' T' Q ,Z?'Q5"l ' ' i54'- A ix " L. 3. 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F xx 'J acl J x 12-,cf N ,riff , r , -. u Gamma Phi Type: Sotial Pratt rnity Founded: lanuary I9 1967 Services rendered the college: The fraternity tries to promote a fraternal and social atmosphere among the men of N.C. Wesleyan College. Projects sponsored this year: Main- tenance and refinishing classrooms Being a brother of Nu Gamma Phi is an experience that every man should have an opportunity to witness. Fra- ternalism is one of the most reward- ing experiences l ve had at Wesleyan. Wayne Souza A Phi is a man who prides himself in being number one in everything. That is what all Nu Gamma Phi brothers have in common. Gary McLaughlin One of the most meaningful experi- ences of my college career. leff Hoagland When there is a series of organiza- tions in one place such as Wesleyan College, I feel that being a part of the best is a great honor. Nu Gamma Phi is the most outstanding. lohn Proffitt Nu Gamma Phi is a truism in a world of falsehoods. Tim Chase In the search for self identity, the summit is attained when one finds himself with Nu Gamma Phi. H. W. Whitley, lr. A brother of Nu Gamma Phi is a man who strives for perfection in every- thing and meets a challenge by emerging from it triumphantly. Scott Logan 3ff"J.' 7f f'i" "m?' - ' .. 'f 'i- vii- "5f"!'-B 'YY'2il?5l35:7T4f'5 "P TffI'fs'iiF1fiQU7fl'vii.-f.13Yiitfr'-?'i'fiFGi'T'5lziEJ'.?E?E1f J3?HTiII'7U'IiTF Gab' .TW ' , X K i ' '- J + ' p l i ' 4 i S l 'il' X . 'N it u J A' K A. ' r' ' if -" ,. 4, ' s . "' J , l ' ' J ff x ' 4 - ' ,Jai , X 41 I ' " 'Q r 1 YM- ! il: rx x I , .1 ' 5? + A , . , 3 A 5 5 'K v D A 1 1 if-I - ' 1 X K K ' 'X Af 'K . 1 t Yi. f l27 "FV-1-M vw. 3 14-if ylthvz-1 ww-Q-ir :3,,-fm-4.'+xwl Jn. i 195 f P1 T1 K 'Wf"1f"5"3' ut, D, 5' 'ff' -' . ' 'Fr' 'Nail' "rf-H In "H .-ff.-g .s.-1. : up 15 ' ' K v -- i -i - - ... . -- - - No S 'P' 4 4 1. , Wffl. . -0- H , 45' 'im-W.. , J I 1 Q x t it ! V . ix 6. . , , V A1V U S 1' ' x ., x . f -NIJ " ,I X 3 1 v M x A ,- 1. ll! JL QE -L. .M nz .1 '14- 4 .LG - M X 4 " ' 'u .2 x gf' i A , . 1 i'-"1'ff'- K 15 -ff'-. 1.' e...!'.,.'i - f "J "N ...:, fN -figb-.,." f.Q.gf.' 4' . --ev.: Q .ff .,-3: in FS 6 I -- -- . ff-'c '50 if 9 si: Q p. ii Pi Epsilon Type: St rvicc md Sotial Sororitx Founded: 1908 Services rendered the college: Usht r it functions ot the tolls gt Day care tc nter tor ticulty s and day student s children Decorate catcteria it holidays, ctc. Participatcd in Parent s Wu kt nd Bishop s Boostt r Club Projects sponsored this year: Nursery Easter egg hunt Open parties Pi Epsilon is one of the best things that has ever happened to me during my college career. By being in the so- rority, I had to keep up my grades, thus working hard on academics. It gives a girl a sense of belonging while at Weselyan, but it also enables you to keep your individuality and appre- ciate and respect the other girls as in- dividuals within the group. Rebecca Rozier A Pi Epsilon sister is found anywhere and everywhere and being a service- social sorority, we're tound doing anything. We are a close sisterhood but we pride ourselves in being individualists. Susan Gillis A Pi Epsilon sister connotes one of honest concern for fellow students, and devotion to service activities as well as enthusiasm for social func- tions. We wholeheartedly represent an active body of women within an educational community. Anne Carroll Contrary to popular opinion, we do not drink tea!!!!!! Mary Anne Brinser 'f"fa"'Y"'ff "' 97' v', 1:. . 5 "5--:Lf s ""6. Vs 1851933 ' AP' Hfxfiil'ellfJLi:g'fl3,"lbvVlt.ilC-' title'-1'i5E'.7Wr'lxs".-BFE? E361 Ili? 'CJ 'J In 4 " 'W C ' l f' 4 , J 1 1 A f Q .nv Q f l . I O Q u O Y' ' s ,, I V , ' , . K L 'W' fr , 4 a I x 1 Q U, S U .x -I 3 Q 129 i. QI. ,ff ,g:,,1j- ,4 4.-I .,L',1',., , -.YA-I, I . -Y--. . . , 1 g V 1 . V A ' Q 'f9wvw-wx-'-im-J-5-.:d' fkfmiisvsims-t' a n??3iv7mat2 4 32152 4- F Wi ,g a 755: -5959? 'A M, f" " 'tf- 1 tiff- w fp A 9.-ff' fy ,ivy 'v ,F 1 "f Y 1,33 Q 0' S I 've- l Sigma Omega c: Social ficl St' vit- r -rn F undccl: linuiry il N71 Services rendcred thc college: Ushc ring at ioncc rts Scrvicc projects around campus Painted the stage of tiarbcr Chapel Paintcd third floor Edgecombe Projects sponsored this year: A rock concert A basketball marathon for thc Heart Fund A March of Dimes Walk for Mankind Many diversified talents arc found within Sigma Omega. Our different intercsts all come togcther in broth- erhood. That's what we're all about. Brandt Bechtold In the ordered life of man, it is his na- ture to form bonds with other men. These bonds in the highest form are known as a brotherhood. Mark Lambert Sigma Omega is not just an organiza- tion, it's an experience. The brothers and the activities all come together in an experience that must be lived to be appreciated. Marty Martindale Sigma Omega is one of the few orgaa nizatioris on campus that has a pur- pose, knows where it is going, and has fun getting there. Bob O'Keff This year, through service projects and social events, we have created a strong sense of brotherhood among guys that differ in life but unite in a strong brotherhood. With this feeling of concern for one another, we have the potential to grow. Randy Scott mfizlikdibi . .-T-EiN5!!:t.':-.i':,"gi '.e'rl:- -izssxsl-1.5 flgfvdssgim ilZ.'aEf'i-5.-34-"m2il-f L fil'Qf2fSi.i.i""it..,Y.53'l1ffF2f"Jl'.if 'i.i'f3f5'5' 2351 11512 '1 4 I . 3 .1 -X W ' N . 1 xx . . . y . Typ' c dl r t lati ity 0 - . . , X ,, , . V A A L , x . . 1 Q ig' . .? t 1 ' 1 llil 'T 51" 'vw'-,r 0.1-'ani' 0' 5 .I- i if 5. -: 1 'H P ff: ,xi .ps .if x V f .0 'i :J , S ,JI ,Ng K , i r-riff-F'i"t'4-rf if-F315 -J ETH' , viiffh b'T.l-f-T""'i-143' , I G - ig' .vi . K4 'A ri fs . 1 I 9. i wg' ff? . ,rl ,f I -I iv 2 Q! 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D -. 5 t . Q . rv 38 -:-.4 as ra "4 A, , sl' ...' .v la. -ts- A fl Q -11" sv Sigma Phi Delta Type: Soiiil Sorority F unded: Fcbruift li, l lfl Services rcndered thc college: Our in service to thc college i, t - vide yfoung women 1 chance t 1 d -- velop close friendships and 1 coopi r- ative and tolerant attitude through m ny' varied social tunctions iid work projects, Another service is the provision of social tunctions opin to the entire college community Projects sponsored th's year: XM have sponsored several open parties and many tunctions involving only tht girls in the sorority. We sold colses at home soccer games and sponsored doughnut and balse sales. As an an- nual proiect wc made and delivered Christmas cards to residents ot Guardian Care Nursing Home. We also exhibited our entertaining skills in the Circle K Talent Show in March. The highlight ot our yfear's activity was a beach party' at Atlantic Beach. l think that the organization has obvi- ously carried out the purposes tor which it was tounded. I have grown along with the sorority and it has helped me become close to the rest Ol the girls whereas I probably wouldnt have without it. loann Harrell We enjoy' partying together and vvorlsing together as a sorority. Robin Rider Sigma Phi Delta is an organization made up ot girls that xxorlt, play and live together. When a girl is a member of this Organization, she has many close triendships and she yyill take them with her tor the rest ot her lite along with many tond memories, Ellen Leretle , . . X. . .- , , V . y- qn-v-sq,--fy r: J: -.--'i- .-e-3 -af,v"f,1r' vw 24-'Z , L 1'Sa"!1f4:T.'0...l if --.E t--shef: 2- .H-ba, .' 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'3lfJiii"'.H'.E5ti'-..i fits' flffl i f ' ' 7' Sooner Club Type: Non-tharti-red outlaw soital club Founded: N70 soma-time in lanuary at St. Mary! lunior College when some girl asked Neal Roper why he was in Raleigh and he answered, "We'ci sooner be anywhere than Wesleyan." Sponsor: Our mothers and fathers who work long hours to insure that we have enough money to buy beer, take road trips, and keep up our im- ages of Southern gentlemen Services rendered the college: We travel far and near spreading joy and pumping up the reputation of our be- loved college. We also donate money to the general college fund by way ot parking tickets and library fines. Projects sponsored this year: Un- countable road trips to girls schools, the GGO, Camptown Races, Tarry- town Mall Farm Equipment Show, Nash Tech, and R. Mt. Senior High. We also sponsor weekly poker games with all proceeds going to our favorite charity ourselves. A Sooner Club member is someone who wishes he could find his tingcr- prints somewhere maybe on a corpse and say you re it . Cliff Asbury Our description: Male or reasonably so white but not lily white and usuf ally deep red. Doug Taylor Sooners are only seen going and coming. Elliot Harrell We are all xenomorphic individuals who improve the sign in the Esso men s room. We put bcards on fash- ionable ladies selling soap fix up hcr flat chest like that of a chorus girl and leave a beer can as a rncrnento ot affection. Tom Hardison l35 wuts 5-'Ei-awk' 475: 'dnl A . 75- 7551-21 at W 3 ' 'l U iff 1" 7 ?3f""'1""f"F' i 1 ' i " ""'f ': ' " "W" ASPECTS ln its purest form Aspects is the composite profile of the people whose work appears in the magazine. Unfortunately this ambitious goal is rarely attained. More often than not we at Aspects lose sight of this objective by gliding into the heights of euphoric panic. This of course is done to ease our guilt which is the total effect of our proclivity to procrastinate in almost everything that needs to be done. However this should not be dis- couraging to those who have the slightest inclination to become a member of this elite corps. Rather it should foment a burning desire in all who delight in working under unfa- vorable odds. Also by evew member of the staff losing his objectives an al- most Hegelian effect is produced since the totality of everyone s non- objectives makes for a new objec- tive. Of course this new objective is without question completely unre- lated to anything that the staff either collectively or individually has ever felt. how this controlled spontaneity once projected to the public is extremely beneficial to the community as a whole. It is also important to note that the best way to produce this effect and capture the readers attention is to use a subtle approach. For ex- ample last year we used the mis- take method which is known to liter- ary magazines the world over. This cunning technique is characterized by the use of misspelled words credit mistakes blank pages and double ex- posures. Add to this the fact that no two covers of the magazine are alike and the goal of the mistake method has been achieved. That goal which was just recently synthesized is the fact that each reader has a different is- sue making him think that it was made especially for his pleasure. Although space does not permit any further discussion it is hoped that the preceeding has helped to clarify what Aspects is and what it repre- sents. If this fact can be grasped the truth will surely be known and truth is the very essence of Aspects. Robin Gulick Therefore, it is easy to visualize , , , , ll , ll , , I I I , , I , , , , , , f , I ,, , , , , , I36 ., mn. ng. l 'T 7A'i'Tl,e5 wr U 9 l LWlit-ll'.f:5lt15il7lk'a'ii1Mi"lliY9i 1T9fil21Il1.?s Fil.ifIZ1i'F--.-4-Et' lu-F5.RffC+?r1.3'4?fl.ilKt5flQ"'?fLfi" rr-r'f?f'f'-1 -- T T , ' ' X , Eiihf'-'92-'51-is: fu-Qi?-3'.f fi." .PEE Da- VS! r-I-?iN':gng FFS'-N-Ndhwx-Z J.a'if"x'C'kn' I-LQ vu Taz 1 L: v T 4 wi' WET' lm KX 3 - rf, .lr rl I I , 1 3 5 . 1 - -pq I37 v W 1 V 1 h. lr H . ,wa ". HJ Q .N L- 16 1 9 fl.-X' H.- ,1 '1 ff ' I A: .4 1 . -5 1. no v rv' :..L .fi f. x I1 A .vw lf' ai. .5-' I 'Q' js, 441 if fa, gm 7:5 29 4 51 n if :ff ,U x Q1 N .Q 1 11 .f .' 1: . 5 fr' 15' g 95 --', 1 H' 32 522 ,f 7: eff ' : 1.-4 .ffhf 5 3 .141 Tw 3 A iw If .,,':I .l. if 'Q r . ,. 4' 1 2 ." i U M,i1Q,Ii W:i Ti 'i -ga'-E i,i '3'i'-aI'5'3ij1i, Aenixfl ig' ,5Q3,wf-wel-Saw f-iQg11:5a"i iv'i r,mgi - -iyfi -if-rfH'.r :t7,i': 4. ah "fab, 4 1 fv V-A.. 4 4' , 4. - -W' Ed. The Decrce office bccame a ncat place for Chris to study Psych. good place to mect people, a tantas- tic place for pledges to serve lunch and it became a quiet night-time spot to move my portable t.v, when the electricity was bumming out the pic- ture in my dorm room. It was a most friendly atmosphere for match fights between Ol' Charlie and mc, and was a disaster for the S.U. maids. It be- came a great place tor lectures on cleanliness. It was in its sadder sec- ond semester moments an austere and obvious place to sit surrounded by friends and acquaintances to sin- cerely lament the total decay of stu- dent run activities. This alvtays led to heated debate about why nothing went on anymore at Wesleyan. We threw around ideas about the lack of communication between administra- tion and student body and between students and student leaders . We wondered why those enrolled here now are not a higher priority than new buildings and swimming pools. Now, if we could have had just a few more issues we might have been able to make somebody understand our midnight sessions. I wish we could have aroused the student body a little more along these lines. It became, this sterile second se- mester, a meeting place for the Ol' Sooner Club and office space for the Social Commission. Once a month it became a meeting ground for several students who had not lost sight of what the office was for. We never lost sight, really, or even came close to it. Ol' Charlie was, as many know, com- pletely dedicated to his position. I was too, I suppose, but for different reasons. There were less of us, the staff, there was less money and so there were less issues. It all makes sense. But the most important thing we ever did was debate the problems of Wesleyan, If we had only printed those, perhaps now we would have a better idea of what the Decree, among other student activities, needs to do differently . . . so some stu- dents will still be here in about ten years to make that dedicational dive into the indoor swimming pool. , . 1 Y I - 1 ucv- fr f' -f if ff p j"7 . ty' V f ' ' I I. ff , .' I' If ' ' 'fl Ir' I-'fill f s 1' 7 I. ,, I," . ,. I . f, y ,M , , . ll F' fi ii ' , 5 - . . , f- I ,f . x.s 4 . 0' ri ' I f A X , . vfw ' 'r I 1 . ... t H I., ga. 1. I A --' 'L-. . .F . u N1 -.:l: . w .-2 ' um' . -.- .,r 91 i 4 x f I i 1.3 :QI :Q N -'c 4 V I ,ii it Qi-5 E 1 ilf 5 1' U1 1 QLD 'S .22 4 'i eff I -2 if .ri fli- F5 .kg . , 5.-fi Qi .- 3 -I. . Jil' 1 ,r ' 2 ?. :Zi .1 ' . . .1 , . I 'fqva-. :- 'iff-fu'..'1--'q "i..f"T11"f" ""rfift' "" 1' E gfffez-'uss.F4liQ!fS?-:l-f:TJ1.2 cf: E--'.91lrf-tltinia-X321-SiN-halgmzj' 'Aer-'sv iYm2..:Ax.s-s.nJf,u.iA4d:Lifzt.-f.- v-f-".m- u.l.d'f.. v - xl. .mfr all 4. Sim Ll' ts 1. I if + N I I 'J 1 2 J 1 l I , a P , s . C , 5 I x 1 3 4 I ' ' a , , ' Q , 'IA ' 4 D I rf, f , fl Ds t ,I Y 'I . Y -ig fl. J , .i - as , Z J ll 'l I ll I 4 Q , r 3 , , I 5 , xl 1 M1 4' I 9 1 .I 5 ,- ln 1, 'I " 'kit 'i 1 fx 1 f ?- sitwabs alas-I-it 4'5'.1- 'n.3'tx5?+fit G 514196 3 I39 .5 r' S I l . 3 . -: 1.3 I ,-.i -1 ,rv-L 'ul-rm ,I 1 ii Y N N t jii i ufii i iraq i i-ifgiixwi k-633.394,ltligu i fiiii lir- tty-.rsiwtfi ' Q. A-wa s S.i. , .,, f xmh if' 4 .Ev 1 'X at '- 'H' 1. D I.. i " sf I . .pw . Dissenter ln keeping with the trend started last year in the Dissenter, we have had the people at Wesleyan write the copy for this book. To me this style of an- nual will be remembered long after the others are stored away. George Frick An empty office A dark darkroom with an orange light weakly shining A disappearing pile of photographs A growing plie of lay-out sheets A "Do you have the pictures yet?" "No, tomorrow." every so often "Smile!" or "Hey!" . . . click It was an experience l'll not forget very soon. Thanks. lane Gravely Hard work co-operation and a lot of headaches go into the making of a yearbook. l feel that the Dissenter this year will be the best ever. Dianne Williams This year we have tried to represent more of the student body by adding a few clubs which recently have not been included in the yearbook. Al- though we had a fairly inexperienced staff I hope we have produced a book that everyone can and will enjoy. Barbara Blanton The Dissenter for 1973 is probably more like the Decree this year than ever before. The newspaper ran on a staff of three and sometimes four and this years Dissenter lm sorry to say was about on the same level. George and Barbara and a handful of others worked diligently through the year and on after graduation and deserve the thanks of every student at Wes- leyan. The book is really worthwhile. Charlie Rogers 40 1.1 1' k ' 1 .r-3. WL Or -N .,,v . .A "'.. f. jg:-f . ' f.'-a 'P . .., . 5 ,.,4,j.1-,,,,5'f,,.:..z1.,.....,f,...'.....N..,.. -ht .5 .,-1 . , . v. .V ss s . . j iv., fa'-" W. X .-.-,,- ..,, so r- -,', pg g 3.-7.,.ff1i'cfg -lz"- 1 J. ' 4, 'fifty ,g , "ig: 'frffi'-'f"f,3'f,f"l', 1 .7'7'I"..' '- gffffnrg- T es, K-131144719 -!r,1f:tz?:1f'f'.'- .' 1. -.-L - Mex 3' "1 H 1 1 -1 146561 k 9 T Zf1:3Yi'Qllf.i2.:1'jUfi ' Mm 138 I fffilQff1?s41?lf4fll?fSj.gq-ga ' WW C:fPft-fK4.i'l1f5f'f '?.'M3"rrr'l'V'lf '-.L'i'.-'f-'ii-fi1Qi?l'. iffifqtii 1 1 ' ., iw. , , , . .N - ,,.- H , .. . . L7".'1'1.,,' " "i-- 7'W"TT'7 m1.f?ks.:1f-is-.gnu-2:1154:'f:".'lJ Zn-.irc--3-:NE:g.g1-5fkNvhwE:m1m r fs-Q' r7u,?...n .u.uJ..r.1Ha..a: ..'.LJ.f v 1- 14- . ,J -L. .v 'I .sm 11.4. '. 5. In . 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It was not what I expected and I was glad about that! It had more to do with court cases concerning obscene books films magazines etc. I hope that next year there will be more May Terms as interesting as this was. Cindy Trimm Theres only one thing to say about Human Sexuality-it should be a re- quired course for all college students. Belinda Blake I think the Western Man May Term trip to Europe was a good way to cul- minate four years of study. It wasn't a bad way to earn four more hours and because of Dr. johnson and Dr. Tea- garden it was worthwhile not only from the standpoint of a tourist but also from that of a student. Barbara Blanton I think we've outlived it in many re- spects. There are many ideas that are extremely good but there are also many that are giveaways. In the stu- dents' minds, May Term is play term. What does it prove-that education can be fun? It has been improved a great deal. We finally proved the fact that one could teach a regular course during the month. 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A . iv. .4 .4 1 Lf l'l lvl 17. X: t. 3 I ..Mum,Ma5m, -A ,, -u w - . -- 1 1, 7 1 Ak '- N il : I N l 111 G ., '-:ug gttxi l- ei-.ifc r if g .p .ut 1 . , Do You Remember . . . The pictures seen here represent the years 1969-1970 and 1972-1973, the freshman and senior years of the Class of '73, These years were marked by transition and change not only in the people, but in the college as well. We have seen many cus- toms completely phased out while new ones were addedp we have seen many faces go and not as many new ones comep and we have seen many of those who lasted until graduation mature, while we wonder if others will ever grow up. It seems rather difficult to sum up in a few lines four years such as the ones we have spent at Wesleyan. But perhaps there is no better way to relate these years than through the following pictures and phrases. i Y 'ls . . . having to obtain 100 signatures? XM gui . . . a S2050 tuition? - . . . Hell Week? . . . a Beanie Dance? paneling the poolroom? 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" ' 3' Directory Alpha Delta Chi ffirst semesterj President: jack Morrison Vice President: Larry Foster Secretary: Matt Harris Treasurer: Rich Campbell Social Chairmar: Richard Sinclair IFC: Tom Henderson Chaplain: Doug Ashton Historian: Phil Frazer tsecond semesterj President: Tom Henderson Vice President: Martin Saunders Secretary: Matt Harris Treasurer: Rich Campbell Social Chairman: Charlie Rogers IFC: Charlie Rogers Chaplain: Charlie Read Historian: Bobby Thompson Aspects Co-Editor: Bart Schaefer Co-Editor: Robin Culick Chi Beta Phi President: David Cole Vice President: Debbie Manning Secretary: Brenda Pepper Treasurer: Bess Boone Librarian: David Smith Circle K President: Richard Sinclair Vice President: Keith Marsden Secretary: Eddie Scarborough Treasurer: Stan Gray Chaplain: Howard Parsons Compass Club President: Marjorie Stevens Vice President: Debbie Manning Secretary: Lynn Alston Treasurer: Bess Boone Decree Editor: Charlie Rogers Associate Editor: Tom Hardison Business Manager: Rick Davenport Dissenter Editor: George Frick Business Manager: Barbara Blanton Staff: Sterling Bodenhamer Dissenter, con't, . 152 Ib ,v 1 w.:xn1g.' 'umzfia , 'xyr-gfjtiffgg-,':q"1,.,,:.,r:44 ., .L,tq1f.31i'3,I-f4i.,5:'2-' ' .LII isa. -'-'t.:':,ZilYQa!-ki '-2-634-,i.'7'.-.-ts'i'fi3'.iiFFVIEii.-its-i':f5.f ..2,i'lf it Sui t U: lf -.fif.:i" 'i'-I 1 V' 4.3 I lmttt' lflinxvts - lani- t.i.ixi'lx '. ,l laura lxinne '7' l1lohO'lxt-et 'fi ' Brenda Pepper ' 41: Charlie Rogers Anne Simpson Dianne Williams I S , 1-5: Nu Gamma Phi 5.31 ttirst semesterl President: Wayne Souza Secretary: George Frick f-,il I Treasurer: Monty Carson ig..g.! Corresponding Sec.: Steve Pierce Chaplain: Harlan Lewis wtf 5 Warden: Ed Taylor Historian: Bruce Rappaport 'iq N irc: Tim chase ,jj 'K-E Ajudicate General: Herb Hennex "" 4 'V' 'lv X ' ' tsecond semesterl I President: jeff Hoagland A Secretary: Randolph Holland X . Treasurer: limmy Smith Q, y Q, H Corresponding Sec.: Elbert Wampler Us - Qu Chaplain: Greg Williams ai.- ' 'Q Q vu' Q- ,V Warden: Ed Taylor 'Fl M .Mix fi :dv Historian: Bill Manson 'Nh ji X , it IFC: Tim Chase 1 - P fd Ajudicate General: Scott Logan nj, x. 1 Vs .4 M 4 4, 5 Omicron Delta Kappa 5:5 ' pl, 5 'n- :- l V J- President: Wayne Souza "' "' ' " T vice President: Ned Hin 7 Secretary-Treasurer: Steve Williams I1 .A Pi Epsilon President: Rebecca Rozier Vice President: Martha Hemingway Treasurer: Becky Smith Secretary: Lynn Alston Qgifli' Historian: Marjorie Stevens 953.5 Chaplain: Sheryl Tillett Pledge Mistress: Marry Ann Brinser 5155 Pre-Law President: Wayne Souza Secretary: Doug Gramkow -tml, Sigma Omega tfirst semesterj -U: President: George Blanchard Vice President: Dave Holt :QQ Secretary: Steve Williams 'figff Treasurer: David Cole Social Chairman: lxent Bcisticlt Chaplain: Bob O'Keet F .t -, iff, 'sfra T53 ii X I ,t 1 .1 W f : Wtezfia.. W i 1 -fr taffeiilfllwi 'IT i'i'f2!5w ?3i'I5fi .fi'5'I'ifJW f'II'i"T'i 'S""I.l':1 lI I::Ifi'2i:i:-wllw ' f e'-ii vrbw f H-' TI'I"l1 I'ViI"i" nmaeamaamf " '1 I are-.,, si .. .,,, y f ,L Q Y ra W X Sigma Omega, con't. fsecond semesterj President: Dave Holt Vice President: Kent Bostick Secretary: Pete Van Keuren Treasurer: Bob O'Keef Social Chairman: Marty Baird Chaplain: Doug Elder IFC: Randy Scott Sigma Phi Delta President: Carol DiBlasi Vice President: Ellen Lerette Secretary: Barbara Blanton Treasurer: Debbie Pearce Historian: Eleanor Falls Pledge Mistress: Margaret Ives IFC: Nancy Mitchell Social Chairman: loann Harrell Peggy Verkler House Chairman: Robin Rider Student Government Association President: Wilbert Harrison Vice President: Richard Kirschner Secretary: David Cole Treasurer: Debbie Manning Attorney General: Harry Whitley Defense Counselor: Robert Rivers Constitution Committee: Rich Kirschner Faculty Representative: Martha Hemingway Finance Commission: Debbie Manning Grievance Committee: Kevin Kilroy Interfaith Commission: Howard Payne Men s Athletic Commission: Larry Foster Orientation Committee: Richard Sinclair Social Commission: Tom Hardison Chris Speelman Women s Athletic Commission: Donna Noell Women s Rules Committee: Carolyn Beane Academic Council: lane Gravely Robin Gulick Debbie Manning Wyatt Sasser Calendar Committee: Wilbert Harrison David Cole Stan Gray Tom Hardison Liz Martin Liz Reece David Smith Education Committee: Ned Hill Charlene Lohn Reid Lyon 4 1 I I5 lime F l' Jiliiliivhil f .lfiiiififw-, " I-Mft" - Nlffi :als .- l1ulHlf',4t,!g14S:' .Rr 7 -lor 3' W it 1 fy 1 u...1Jf..sff.UL-k.,.uP.Ei1-...--'ft-2.1-4-. ai. --L. 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