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

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Y.,qd " 4 js Q 1 ' C YY- "' "'! . if fi 1 , .,,...,..T -A' MW, The Greek organizations of NCVUC Came alive in full swing in February with rush parties. The parties were given by the Greeks for potential pledges. When the formals were over and the bids were in, the weeks of pledging be- gan. Pledges were in constant posses- sion of oblects such as: paddles. canes, folders, .ind pennies. The l93O pledge period came to an end and the enduring pledges have be- come proud brothers and sisters of the Greek system. . CT! The Schechaniah Inn or Campus Coffeehouse, as known by most, is sponsored by the Wesleyan Christian Fellowship. The purpose of this is to present the gospel through musicians and testimonies. They meet every Tuesday night at '30 thru 11:00. Music is provided by professional bands who donate their talent. The .atmosphere is easy and relaxing. The Schechaniah Inn is a good place for XX'esleyan students to hear good Christian music and to have .1 good time with good friends. Hr '-- EJ gig!" , - 7 :Q'r'f?!r5yg.jSf,fs, eiw:a.:.xlg'.4..l.ii is ' Faces in the crowd . 4 1 Faces in the crowd. Everyday, everywhere you pass millions of faces. Do you know who they are? Some may be your friends, some family, and possibly some strangers. New faces are always around and most at Vlesleyan are x - y greeted with a smile. , G A face shows many emotions Y and can sometimes tell a persons personality. Look at this page, are these familiar faces in the crowd? Next time you see them, greet ' them with a smile. ii l l l l I l l ll fl l , .lv l l 7 M Y ' ' V ' ' """"' R" ' W' ' .N R "'-'ui' ' x'T"T'H7lmf F'T7FZWV"W '!TNFiT' f , Wu... Q Y -K FE? N. Y a' 'IE' In M t as 43' IFN 'k i 6 'N 1' fx I . ifl C v""""4ll "' Q SADIE LEAWKIN S Ever want to ask a guy out but wasn't sure if it was acceptable - Well February 29 it was OK. Sadie Hawkins day the girls asked the guys to a dance spon- sored by North and Edgecombe dorms, They all had a great time. "LADY HOUSE BLUES" 'P .at ' 1 '-4k V -V Putting on a show gets very involved. But the final result here was worth the trouble. Lady House Blues portrayed women waiting for their men to come home from war. DORM LIFE Things sometimes get a little boring - but that seems like just the perfect excuse for some peo- ple to do all the crazy things that they had wanted to do. - 'fm11fqsg3v1: Titvfrrifwif '1 'VW if , ..Av BLACK AWARENESS WESLEYAN!! SNOW FUN Friends like to stick together. To make the unity a little tighter, the Black Awareness group on campus put on a week of ac- tivities starting with history and the show "The Wiz" to draw out all its members ffriendsl and make new ones. - ! 1.1 . 'tif A afar? ? 5 ?l There are endless things to do - with endless people. AC- tivities in the gym serve the pur- pose for a big gathering and the fields behind the dorms are great for a 1 to 1 frisbee game. Nature seemed to like us a lot this winter - for that fact 18 inches worth. But that was fine - all childhood qualities Came out onto the snow covered fields. a55fA,N- Seeing Things, Doing Things, and Going Places. WM arm? gig ,J-- 1kTunnn J + 'I Orientation for new and prospective students :xxx ' . 'if " ---Y f - --f-. f Y -1- -- "i. -1 , Choosing a college to attend is a difficult decision, The weekends of November 14-16, 1979 and March 16-18, 1980 found Wesleyfan Col- lege as the host of many high school juniors and seniors. The prospec- tive students attended school ac- tivities, were given campus tours, and greeted very warmly by the students, faculty, and administra- tion. After the final decision has been made and the new students begin their campus life, much must be explored and learned. The return- ing students, faculty and adminis- tration again greeted the incoming freshmen very warmly. Beginning on September 1, 1979 Freshmen orientation began and a week of testing, meetings, and social events, began the freshmen's lives as part of the North Carolina Wesleyan Col- leges family. X v T Hemswming - a weekend of p1e, p1g and mud P -11 '11 1.1.1517 Ah! the pig. . , f l Humerommg Court' Olga Surmar, Gan Church, Becky Yarborough, Craig Thompson, Anna Alston, Luke Challenor joy Matthews, B111 Zehmcr, Lru Tvmn Que-ve Saunders, Vennessa Alexander, Monica St. jean, jlm Evans Carol Spencer, joey Towe, Lmda WCM ,tcm ml Kurt Cambell. iiiF'?k3TfTl.fF1QX'N '5""HWll"' D iii :1f"'i - 4:1 Ar ah, 145.1 fel-16.6, ,- . ,. it-if ,..4:1f.iicghi.4 " 'TA ' l'- Splatf Spectators enloy a beautiful day at .1 soccer game. Homecoming weekend began on Friday October 12, 1979. Faculty and stu- dents alike took place in .1 Pie Throwing Contest on the Student Union Patio. Cn Friday night the lies- tivities moved to the Rocky Mount fairgrounds for Ll pig-pickin. The soccer and volleyball teams opened Saturday's celebration. The 1979 Homecoming Court was presented during half-time ofthe soccer game. The annual Homecoming dance was held on Saturday night at the Shriners Club in Rocky Mount. Monica St. jean, representing Nu Gamma Phi fraternity was crowned Homecoming Queen 1979. The festivities continued on Sunday with the first Wesleyan Mud Fest. Wal- lace johnson and Terry Gil- lett were crowned Mud Fest king and queen. 1- 5 1. , w Pie in x ur ut ' Ny' 4-is - Summer Olympics Boycotted A boycott of the 1980 Summer Olympic Games in Moscow fast became a real- ity for the United States. According to the Raleigh News and Observer, "the reasons for boycotting the Olympics ranged from eco- nomic to moral principles to worries that the athletes could be in danger in Mos- cow." The feelings concern- ing the Olympic boycott were strongly mixed. Many opponents felt that the poli- tics of countries should not be a part of the Olympics. Supporters of the boycott said it would be the most visible way of showing U.S. displeasure of Soviet action. There was a feeling of sympathy for those athletes who had trained so long and hard, but we were confident that the boycott would prove to be a safety mea- sure for our athletes and beneficial for our nation. 4- fg ,., American Embassy Siezed On November 4, 1979 the U.S. Embassy in Tehran fell into the hands of milit- ant Iranian students. The day began just like the pre- vious days had with the stu- dents demonstrating out- side the front gate. The demonstration grew and be- tween 10:15 and 10:50 am the Iranians came over the walls. The students rushed in and seized the embassy without incident. At this point, it was not clear what the militants were trying to achieve, nevertheless the U.S. Marines were ordered by their commanding offic- ers to back up. The ranking officers' decisions were made to minimize any bloodshed, but because of this, the takeover was has- tened. The Iranians worked their way through the em- bassy to the second floor, where most of the marines were. By the use of threats, the doors to the Hoot were opened and the marines were ordered to come for- ward. They were bound and blindfolded and led to adja- cent rooms. Some of the hostages were later re- leased, but approximately fifty hostages remained in captivity inside the embassy for hundreds of days. Olympic Athlete Dies at 66 The year 1936 marked an eventful time in U.S. histo- ry. Adolf Hitler gained power in Germany and Jesse Owens prevailed as the prominent track and field star. On March 31, 1980 Mr. Owens died at the University of Arizona Hos- pital. Jesse Owens, who had been battling against lung cancer, was named the top athlete of the first half of the century by the Ameri- can Press. He gained world wide fame in the 1956 Summer Olympics held in Berlin, Germany. Owens' accomplishments included a gold medal in the 100 yard dash and long jump, another in his world record 200 yard dash, and yet another as a member of the winning 400 meter relay team. Owens was 66 when he died. H- H V l . ,,,,, .. ....q-...,..- W- - -- I , 'p.,-- '. wJ 1 I Carter Proposes Reinstatement of the Draft The years of 19'9 and 1980 were filled with many events. The Iran and Af- ghanistan crises topped the headlines and because of these events the United States was forced to evaluate the strength of their armed forces. After finding that the forces were not adequate, President Carter proposed the rein- statement of the Selective Service Act, commonly known as the draft. Carter suggested to Congress that nineteen and twenty year olds, both men and women, be required to register for the draft and that eighteen year olds be required to reg- ister the following year. Many people, both pro and con, voiced their opin- ions concerning the act of including women and the draft itself. The major con- cern was that a womans place was not in the armed forces and definitely not in combat. However, Carter said, that women would be drafted only for noncombat duty. The president rein- Death of the Great "Schnozzola" XVhat can you say when someone as talented and as popular as jimmy Durante dies? The passing of the great "Schnozzola" was both a shock and a tragedy to all of us. George Burns, who was a lifetime friend of Durante asked: "XVh.it can l say that the world doesn't already know. He was .1 fine man and .1 wonderful friend." Comedian Milton Berle said, "l lost a dear friend and I think the theatrical world has lost a legend." Comedian Rich Little ad- ded, "I realized early on that jimmy Durantes voice was easy to imitate, what he accomplished as a human being, very few can dupli- cate." "He was a beautiful human being. Even that wonderful nose of his was a thing of beauty," comedian Lucille Ball said of the man that was known to his friends and fans as "Schnoz- zolaf' Fashion 5 , ,- nip 3 , ' .g...s1,. -A. H 'P f If? - . '-11--1 ., sf- ' , W " l 531' 5 J 5 'VJ v . .egg-, F . 4 ff x 4 Rh j' if 'L '-, K 1.' E - , "' , Str' - 'ii' ' 2 L , f A ' 9 ll A X ii 'Q forced his position when he I . ' 'fa said, "registration for the I - draft is needed to increase X Z! 'A ,, our preparedness and is a lr N, i further demonstration of ' " it " ,, our resolve as a nation and 4. 1 P ' to help maintain peace and 32 to prevent conflict in the T, f , lr 1. r, 1 region of the Persian Gulf P KN ' 7 Q , and Southwest Asia." ' i ' W ' - 1 5,i.l,,. l The draft ended in june if , , fr ' 'X ' 1973 after the conclusion of 3 'I 1 - ' p- All the U.S. involvement in , 1 Vietnam and had been ze l f dormant since registration ,I " ended in 1975. i 'Y iii J 3 Anil- Y. ..-,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,-. ,, U1 'Tm an athlete . -2 -Q 3 gm 1 Q Wx' -N Q 'ir- ' I .C " . P 1, f' ' . ., -1 ' 'LEA ff- '- ' , , N - , ' - i ' " A 1- ' 2 - , "-Uni .- Q ' x ,w f' -4 ld , P .. .. ,. B ,- QS.-.g,,,',""11 'L .. 7 I , I, Ui'-y., A .. .. 1 L., hum...,,f..kz.,1,L:ii-my-I rg . . .. -f M ,M 4.-.4 . H , 1? L.. .' Q- Ar. :f0,,.1'4mF::uM.Aw, 4 ,N M . ,f x -1 " '- 'Maw ' ,L ,'.-.,,-H. ,.g--.. . 'M-'-mg,- ":.g',. -, 44, ,V A vs 1 15,4 4 . -14.715 . - ,:.:.p.x gh .',,-,-Ewfiqbbih, . - A 41-71, 'VH' 5,,f',j. -j"u:'.,. f,,l..ffg s2'3pp?w1rr:n'.'5agF - f' .'-a.m,.5,. A , ,r .'.' if-1,.q:.:-..,-if ,,Q -A hr- -1 - 'iii'-Pififilv.-mn 1' .. .. 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Sometimes we were even hon- ored to have distinguished mem- bers of our administration and even businessmen dine with us. The best way to top offa meal from the cafeteria was to "let it all hang loose" in a game of pinball afterwards. Sometimes, however, the proper face was needed in order to get the job done. 3 Q92 1 Q J! "'7 'i "" W no f 1 Nu- Hh I P DW, H., QQ" X" 5- ,Q 'TNTQW :.,-V+ ','...if1w1s.fI:J . iv. 'l J I Mm... is 4 J .h -R! Q j p F55 - 1 , v 1 95.119 You'zfe Jaid goodhye to home -for now and hello to a new world. N.C. Wfefleyan if more than tomorrowf dream - it if todayf .fourre of awe and wonderment. Each forner rover: up a lingering memory and install! a new fear. ' I The thought of heing a frefhman again, new and inexperienred, hringx out inseeuritiex you swore you didn't have. "Can I manage my own aj9'air5?" 'fWillI he alone?" are only ajew ofthe questiony that enter your mind. The 3 hally Jeem endlen ax you .rtart to walk them with hesitant Jtepx. Soon, though, you will glide through them with an eafy air of eonjqdenre. You 5- jqnally feel you 're home.' N .C . Wfeyleyan hay heeome more than just meaning- ' X left words. It hay meaning, lot: of meaning: Edueation, friendyhzp and Q ' Jerurity are yignzfed hy N.C.W.C, h wwf y ' l You have four years ahead -four yearx ofznj9nzte promzsef. ll WCM ly f' ' .f.. Y ff-TTF'Q"iTTT'1-EEfZkFG3 WWW2I 5, 3-. in ,.. QA QW 5 9 i137 D -. ,-,,,,, L Because of modern technology words such asg nuclear power, meltdowns, nuclear reactors and Three Mile Island became com- mon to our vocabulary. Three days in mid-February Wesleyan students and local residents at- tended three symposiums enti- tled, "Promises and Perils." The symposiums provided an overall view of the advantages and disad- vantages of nuclear power. Doctor Bell and David Martin were two of the experts on hand. Both agreed that the purpose of the symposiums was to generate interest in the subject and to pro- vide a greater amount ofinforma- tion concerning it. Students reaction was mixed, but the anti-nuclear people voi- ced their opinions loudly. They staged a protest march in front of the gym, carried posters and handed out leaflets. Both faculty and students participated in the rally. Professor Finney, Doctor Walton, jack Wiemer, Monica Best, jeff Bynum, Cathy Ballou, Hal Swindal, Jody Tuttle and FT5T3rT:lf'1'P, - l"ff"'1AT'.llirlnlrvflill-4'-il-ii' 4.47 Andy XVimherlv were lust .1 few of the p.irticip.1nts. Some of the slogans re.ld like this: Hlinergv Conservation For Hunmn Pre- servation," 'Storage - Give Us The Problems," "The Firefly Gene1'.1Iion".1nd UNLlLlL'.ll' Wlisre Poisons Our Planet." Andy, the groups leader sured it like this, "Put both o.irs in the xxxtter he- liore you sttirt to rovi '." The maior concern was that the develop- ment was moving .tt .1 rate much faster thstn w.is needed. There was no room for error, however the construction of the plants was primitive .md this put .1 lot of helpless people in grave ddnger. The leaflet stated it in another way, "A cost of exercising power is much unxv.1ntedhe.1t, so victory is found to be .1 species of defeat, and no amount of slick brochures can cultivate .1 taste for dead .ind Zi ,O f" T 51,3 ,- p . , Q 4 S ,f ,,. in X 1 x . 2 Ir" " Ti' il ig, N35-.? , v It I L ,., ' -r i Mba, . . . , , , ,N ' .. N" ' ' ' ' tepid rivers and tor I'.1dlO..iCI1VE -2'q'T1r? Jn ' ' r waste," ' A -,A . 151:12 1:11 Z 1 1 L4 " 'YA,i7-'l S ,Q- 'QS ' "T Z , 1 - . 1 ' , ffm? -Pk . x K 2 - A X .n Q :-l,x-..- '-, up N A5 W. Thurber Armstrong, Jr. Gloria Norris Baird Barbara Kyle Baldwin 6 QW! r l .wg W . -T N . 1 M s 4, l o 6 . f' m , .. 'f . 4 4 Brenda Bandy Aliee Bartley Ms. Amie Lee Battle l l pg. 'U' -vm .-- -, 1 l I l J :cvs y Barney Carl Baxter Eva Bazemore Melody Begley l l l l l 3"fTs""l-T' mf? ff2?ff I JUZ'ITlJ53m7i'IA.L3.1 , I vpvunv- -on VernonT Bradley.-lr e . W Us -. p f . Ki Frank Breighner 1 Y .Kgs . ,. A. i .af Mary Barr Brake V 1 -.bis ,o ,-s. i Steven M. Brown if . v Evelyn E. Bryant Bobby C. Burress jack I., Bynum ' L -Q Alfred ,l Carter W. ThurberArmitrong,jr.,' Rocky Mount, NCQ Political Science, "Get outta here!" Gloria Norm Baird: Roanoke Rapids, NC, Nursingg "But for by the grace of God go I." Mi. Amie Lee Buttleq "Poochie"g Rocky Mount, NCg Political Science and History. Barney CarlBax1er,' Whitakers, NC, Chemistry and Biology. Melody Begley: Southport, NCL Voice and Theatreg "I need a va- cation!" Mary Barr Brake: Rocky Mount, NCQ Education. Frank Breiglanerg Littlestown, PAg Busi- ness Administration. Steven M. Brouvz: "Steve", Zebulon, NCQ Business Administration, "Cer- tain-ly" Alfred j. Carter: "Al"g Wilmington, NC, Physical Educa- tion. l , I Virki Clingermunf Fredrick, MDQ Math and Business Administra- tion, Laura L. Coker: "Coke", Powhaton, VA, Political Science, "What??" Reber! M. Colef "Bob"g Morrisville, PAg Business Admin- istration and Economicsg "There is no dark side of the moon." Michael H. Collis: "Ben-Hur"g Chase City, VAg Religiong "I am not ashamed of the Gospel of jesus Christ, for it is the power of salvation to those who believe, to the jews first, and also to the Greeks." Romliml L. Cooper,- "Ros"g Enfield, NCg Business Administration. Linz Anne Cor- bettf Elizabeth City, NCg Inter- mediate and Early Child Educa- tiong "Teachers have Class!" Major W. Dement III: Mechan- icsville, VA, Business Adminis- tration and Economics, Minor in Hotel and Food Services Man- agement. Glenn Batef Ezferettf Havelock, NCQ Religion and His- tory. Ronald W. Ferrell: "Ronnie", Durham, NCQ Business Adminis- tration and Economics. Sheila Fu:- ler: Elizabeth City, NC, Physical Education. - . A xt.. H'-wx . 0 og ' X f fx 'V Greg S. Chase Vicki Clingerman wig. Laura L. Coker Robert M. Cole 'Q Michael H. Collis jan R. Cooper Br'- 1 Rosalind L. Cooper Lisa Anne Corbett fm mi Yf'i7"fTE'f'l'i.-1"F'U'i'ff5ElfiZTIfTi'C7F51'.m'53i. lf' .WT I " "'fHf ""-"'l"l"ll" "l'7"l'f- ' "' ' ' 15 .ev 11 . 1 H ' Susan P Crouch Gemlml A. Cruscnlwc-rry Mayor W Drrncnr lll 9 Q 1 Gregory L. Denman Davnd Elsron Charles j. Eclcsrem 0. A ox 1? Qs In ,- l, r .- Yx U Xl 45- Fred W, Ellison Mae O, Evans Glenn Bates Ever:-rr v , I a "" 'xl Y' x F Q- Tl' Ronald Wesley' Ferrell Sylvla Dianne Forlvcs Shclla Foster Xvv M, 2? ,- wx X f Sharon K. Frazier Mary P. Gilbert Ethel Mae Good ,Q 'N -T 'TT' Richard Green, -Ir. Candy Hardin Gail Hargert "ww wr, ' , ,,,, Donald P. Hatch Mary F. Hathaway Danny D. Hayes ' ' . H M W-' l,.6r1'l r 1' A '11-SS' ,4I'fR"-.31.',l5'iifx1 ' ' -' " ' Y 7 V "Yi" 'V'-"5'T"""7l"-"' "ff""' . Y. . -.. .v - .1-qninpqo--.-.--n-is-rv 'F whiff !-i Y' :ll , ,i An ' V 1 f . ' -f- . xx , Q, , JIT V1 - .-., "' fs .ti-it v -- uf' HI 1 1 Ellen Hessex' Michael Eric Hicks v. It -ar I A , ' Ronnie V. Hobgood Val K, Holland Gail Hizrgettq "Hollywood Hurgcttf jacksonville, NCQ Business Administration and Economicsg "We aint gone yet?" ,XI1'rlJmf Em' Hltvbn' "Mike-"g Hen- derson, NCQ Business Adminis- tration .ind Economicsg 4'l'll quit school!" 'x 4' " 41 I Hiroshi Hoshi Anne L. Howard x X xx' .IAA R. X Eric S johnson Shirlcx' A johnson fi fi' -' 'iiklaaxl' ap w vfgulglgj lt 1 -w' Q . N Carolyn Renee Kent: "Nae"g Tar- boro, NCQ Business Administra- tiong "If anything's worth doing, it's worth doing well." Sumzkzkz' MaI.fuda,' Tokyo, Japang Psychol- ogy. Marvin L. Meadouuff Farmville, VAQ Physical Educa- tiong "I'll pay you next week" Cheryl A. Mueller: Warminster, PAg Business Administration and Economics. Saunzlra Muldrouu' "Pepsi"g Washington D.C.g Biol- ogyg "You're a fool!!" Amlrmfj, O'Connor,' "And.y"g Leroy, NYg Business Administrationg "Life is sweetened by risk" Sumn Elizabeth Painter: "Sue"g Fre- dericksburg, VAQ Early Child- hood Educationg "It's not how much you have, but how much you enjoy that makes happiness." .Q Q 5-Ir Carolyn Renee Kent David Knotts T' , Yi Helen Lashley Teresa Latham 0 'NX if by l s john W. Lee Madeline C. Lee husdl' Margaret L. Lindsey Margie R. Lindsey . L 'x-ff.''VN13JJ:XL-ilblim'-Bl?ililili11ifliwllilWyaikhZE5l9vlUly3QaQHlf'ml fir f' '- 41 ,p . - ' , 3 Sumul-Q1 Marsuda Marvxn L lNIr,xdow5 II" dir 4 is 0' James L Murchell.-lr 'lovce T Moodv x A I l Luullc T Mvu.1lt'c ' 4 4 IN ff I V. 1' ,l . - 5 'Pte .' '21 " I 1-Pi, :ffl K -X 1' . 7-X N l 1 Cheryl A Mueller X 1 K Saundrs. Muldrow Andrew nl O Connor Frank Ovcrman HK 54.1. bw. , H rg.. ' A I al A -'sL.4, X is 11' Qx K Charlortc A Owens Susan Ellzaberh Pamrcr Marx V Parker 1 'v- i ' f X . ,, , . ,, 1. 6' X 1'- ll L Noel P. Patel Steve B. Pearson Evelyn D. Peoples W i -I'd. x Yvette M. Peoples john T. Phillips ID' "UI xyg Becky Plummer K' ....-, Ed Pollard Edith Ann Ponton Mary Susan Powell .eq B111 Pnce Alice F. Pridgen , , . ,M ,Q-,iff-7 My ,V-rg -,nw---Y--e -1- -M. X N N ,., ,' . X1 .,., ,Ju ,-.'..,.41.h1 1 I fr 7 J I David D. Prince, jr. ln l me QA W ,. ,, Av ,MVN ,, ,, ,.,,, ,Env --nr-un" 1 IJ' Brenda M Proctor BOUNCE' R-3-WCB' 11' ff I V 4 john H. Ringelspaugh ,Io Anne Gray Rodri ff' Constance Marie Sanborn Linwood A. Sauls 'Y' Y -. emjai julian W. Scott, jr, Carrie Shoffner Beikv Pliwznzen' "Nancy Nurse", Raeford, NCQ Nursing, "Uh could somebody lend me a dollar until payday?"Ma1jySu.ra11 Powell' Rocky Mount, NCQ Mathematics and Business Administration. Bi!! Pr1're,' Windsor, NCL Physical Ed- ucation, "If it feels good, do itl" Darid D. Pr1'f1fe.jr.,' "Prince-"Q Stony Creek, VAQ Physical Edu- Ca1tion.jo Anne Gmj Rodri: Wil- son, NCQ Nursingg "Let a word to the wise be sufficient" Comlanre Marie Sazzbornq "Connie", Mar- tinsville, VAg Englishg "Gotta go to work" Lirzzvoorz' A. Saafrg Goldsboro, NCQ Business Ad- ministration, "If at first you don't succeed, Ify harder"jul1'an W. Scott, jr.: "Warren", Plymouth, NCQ Business Administration and Economics, "Bowsey-Wowseyn i. f- Y' I fi ,. .2 hifi: 523 1 'ifflx ,fc 15 'I 15 L+ -, uf :fig ll'- w '. i f. -I ge' -rv I I A .5- H 4 I Q 3. -.---A--n.u-uanusuuhumninmusmwasumr s fm-4,5 , l t Craig E. Stnzutinf Roanoke, VAQ Biology. Mack Sykes Conway, NCQ Historyg "Try me in your life" Sarah W. Unruef Rocky Mount, NCQ Mathematics. Wil- liam K. Wbilley: "Keith"g Rocky Mount, NCQ Business Adminis- tration. Linette Wfilliafrzff Enfield, NCg Mathematics and Secondary Educationg "Don't worry about itnjrffrey Welch Wremzg "Rock"g Roanoke Rapids NC' History. Becky Yarborougla' 'Lil' Brett"' Sanford NC' Early Childhood Education' 'Oh Lordy" Seniorx not piclured: Steve Saundersg Elizabeth City NC' Business Administration. fig joseph E. Staton -1' QQ Mack Sykes Rosa Mae Tyner N a A, , 1 i . . , , - V l 9 s . 7 31 tl x 1 , ' v 'Jw L fll tai 1 A an . X3 ' gs. xl lid xl . x K .1 f ' 1 ' ' X 5 3 4 i i l I i l 1 i r ' ' . 'nn nw..-1-,nf--'v..-ai... . -l ..s.u. -- .n i- v . . 1 1 ik., 2. AV h 4' IQ 71,4 if l : 1N.x X -I-vhn XX Vxnh-wk Mchm R Vul, UN T hm- D XY'.uw4 vm X! 1' 1- v if Li P.1m.1l.1 K Yilxrson Halal Mane Whxmksr Rxchard XY'hxr1ng w ' 5 .1 X'i'xll1.am K W4h1rIcv Mrs Dcbblc Xfxllmnxi ,Ki '1 f X Lxnetrc Xfxlllaxns jcffrcx Wbhh XX rg-rm ,lvhnnv NX'1ll1.ims Yi ,f K 4: 4 un Bul-.x Y.Lrhwr1fuuh Academic Life At Wesleyan College - S -bv- -7. f ' T a --4-fi many areas of study are 'A' ' touched. Through the vari- ety of majors and many aca- demic requirements, stu- dents find themselves in- volved in courses of differ- ent interest. Not only in the classroom, but other places are necessary for devoted work and study. The stu- dents usually find them- selves working in their dorm rooms or the library. However, often students are found with books on the patio, in the dorm lobbies, and even in the cafeteria. 411 ."" :se .,f . 3 .A 1 e-1 - , -.- -f ,-1 Q83 I Love is . .. Love is a universal display of affection one expresses to another person or object. At Wesleyan, love comes in all shapes and sizes and can be seen from every angle. Wesleyan pro- vides an atmosphere for friend- ships because it is small, but, more importantly because people have the desire to care about others here. That human desire to hug anything from puppies to teddy bears to people is what keeps alot of us going when the going gets rough. In the Wintertime, students take advantage of the weekend visitation policy by inviting a friend up to his or her room. But in the Spring, just as flowers bloom so does love, under the sun and amid the vast pine trees. They tell us that next year, the Visitation Program will make some glorious improvements that will benefit these friendships. That remains to be seen, but until then, the closed dorms don't keep the love out at Wesleyan. u. fha! iv 1- 4.33 -.fi I 1, .,., . . 4 '4rw,'t:,,,,! v. l, Jfrlfi' if -N'-'s..1'f?',' 42 .f. n x -nn use A is ki' An thing :HSA .. ,V A, i, j '5--:lu ,g -H5441 .AS ,, -A li,,i:. 92' J. '. , : . 42-aw - ,W 4.-. . ,ai Ju ' -1 J-1T!"5!? -' i i A 4742463 s' 7"-1913? K N .YI - Vf1i?9i5i7' 5"JLT"f-WEBNFAIDTY You Want It To Be! Vanessa Alexander Jonnie Alford Mark Arrington Beverly Aytch Wayne Barlow Abagail Barnes Bene Barrerr Leland Beale Cathy Becouvarakis Monica Best Valerie Boorhe john Bowman Rick Bradham Barbara Brown X l air :vw Augusnnc Bryant Kelly Brxxmr Carl Bunn joseph Burton Barbara Campbell Donme Candles Ruth Carraway Howard Cooper George Dawson Cvnrlua Deloach Ronnie Duck Arthur Edmondson .J ,f - 37, '- L' i r i lil E Qi' , 1 N , i l L." l ' V Y: l 'P X 'O El l l I i i-'N if W, gl ' e ll' T J . fe' 'I 1 i .1 .xi 2,5 I fi 'Z 5 c I ,. if lg -l 7 Bl I rl. 1 i 2 i L 1 l l I l l 'x l V l l 4 li- f '?7""ff'i 1 P I I Susan Edwards Faye Erhridge Q TT Sharron Erre F X Marvin Flyrhe jr, Hanna Ford Adrian Gallop Vicki Garner 1 Brenda Garrett FF Sf" 1. ,N ,N ll Kimberley Gay john Giles A Susan Good rich - Delores Goolsby . Xi Doris Grant Joyce Green William Griffin jr. Delores Hall wi.. l Xx 'K ff rx x N 4 Q G x -4.-w..i.-.-i-. in whlhiu- J-il-Aus mmm , , . 1""P .3 5 ,1- wx Ffh 1 eegxf -1115 A.-' 4 -' 4' G ' -' '-iz.,... -,. ' W .lv xeyyq-1' --4 . .-1--if :, '-Q .W -A K, ,.. , v , . , , V .. . Q N-ii-Q.,-f,.',,-. ,:,'+lf,5 - . ' 'A I - -. - . 1-.Q -.. M - ' , I 6 . ,- ,Q fu V Q- n S -sf- 'TQ Nrf ff. A 'N .'y '9 xg r 0 W 1 Z- .Z ,Ll Hank Hardy 'Ir Sandra HAffl5A,lH Robert Harflcld Bubbx' Henderson Glm-na Hunks Darlene Hoecherl Ikiarv Hulloman Faye Hood Grover Hull Larrx' Hull Cmdv Johnson Francine johnson Richard ,Iuhnsun Brian jones Lcc jovner-lr XY'.and.A ,Iovncr I Q Craig Kandravi Geraldine Keech James Keith jr, Mark Kitchen Denise Klohr Thomas Knight Gene Lewis jr. Sharon Lipscomb Robert Littrell Margarette Lovette Jetanna McClain Sarah McNeil I ,, .,.....v-,. -.-svn.-rv .ip-.-. Q, qv rw? v 4 at tx 5 I ,'I Lf X pw 1 I i Y N YU' -v on ?irTlx rv Imuxsa Mulirrh Mmhacl Maxixwrx Erm Marxlcunh Vxrgmru Mnfrxrun Martha Musc Avcrcrrc Mvcrs ,Ir Bcrmcc Nuh-,mlswn X'i'1ll:,1m Nnrwn Pnscllla Peck Eugenia Pelham Nancy Pucker: James Reavls Donna Rxchardmn james R1ch.1rdson Dale Rxchrer Dwmrhv Rublnsun Q l ' E'-' 724' . 1' ,wifi 5,313.5 1 , e 1 A' on Michael Robinson Debora Rogers jeffrey Rogers Effie Sadler 1 l 1' h 1 li' .x in 1 if i X ' s 'A J l ' ' T? ' A.D. Saunders 'I David Sessoms lx V, , Robert Sheffey 'H if Charlene Smith ln i-:ai , f' " 1 Linda Smith Nancy Smith ., 1, ab Lyndon Sutton " Stuart Sutton 'l vu Hal Swindell Donald Thompson lr. Lynn Thorbs W' 5 Anthony Voigt it ': ll l i 4 mi l ,ff l l l 1 l gl :i N I g I r f it vi 5. . ig. ' I 4 u 1 'Al f 1' ll -I 'in ff' 4 gl A 7 r il tv r ,i g v W if :Xl 4 hu 1 vi W. -v vs 4 f 1 X it " A XMI l 5 5 l l l i i l I '30 wr A Q .f 0,4 ts' ar fx 1, . ,- .11 'bib li' xg- : 1 M ,ri I l i ' M - 'N ' A ' - . f V ' 114 .-,v:,'j, -' ' '- -'-' '1Q1'V',',"3' gym' ' ' ,g'..,---'f i 1: ,- y , , , -"""" '5' Mhw - J-uamsmsunnf-'umwi,.'.'.-i ..-f...:4,-. - vi... , l gif'-!-,Q , ' lf , V . . ..v, 1,19 -qv 1' v 4'-u Q ' A p Y U xx.. 5 ' X ' X5 ,M ' x 4 1 L . 9- rf X-. .fu 1 xg X x Nl JN 1 , J 3 KM X N, ln "" ' l n A x 'X I 5 A Mi . 'o 5.1 4 Y .- A 'i QQ4 v 4 Q... QIUML XX'.111ur R11 h.1rJ XX .arvre Ryyulxn XYuL'Lx I..1ur,. X'!l'c1r11.4r Marx Xfhu: Glurm XYh111cx Chnmc Wkgss Bu-ndx X"l'xl1x.1ms Marne Yfnllxs Ehzabcrh Wxlson Kurh Yi'xl54m juss Xflmbcrlcx Dmmld 'Wusc ,luhn XYXmIArd jr DAHJ Yuum: Yfllllam Zuhmcr il Holly Abramson Michael Adams Charles Alston Anna Alston Birt Anglin Sharon Arrington Willie Arrington Steven Bagley Theodore Bagley Duncan Baker SOPHOMORES - CLASS OF 1982 ,- X l 'i xr P if I vu, Us 4 '-fx.. "'-.. - '--1. f'u.'- -'. ,-., he 74-1-4-gif: P5-'19 ,Q -. 'fivif ' .-D 5- ',,.xF' mf . ,.- ,..,. . N Z' i --12:24 - 1-' nl- --Hx.: ' 4-x..a-1-gv 'Q- th F .sr 53. 'ff-lx -.E ,-1' - ,ff j .,j...,q-Q3-ly:-Sv -.. ATL-. "' 'X ,, --ki-sty Wm . 3, , .34 ' - - it iajgfvif '.3J f- f - K si'-5.4-l I A: i - .A , 'Tig v."4ggmg,4".. -l . -bt Q A ' - 5 -7 - 1. - -. - A .- ' -, , l' .. 1 vf' ,- -,4. -- YY Far' 5:4 A-gg , 5' s-S rv . X.. J ' F'5 I l . J lxx l 4 .fl ff gt fx 1 3 I .45 'U 1, X V Blllci Balllmgg Carhx Ballon Elxzahurh Barker Tum Barrhl llmmcw Sarah Bell Chenc Bcnncrr Lon Black john Bradshaw Mark Brady jane Bmlges Cathy Brown Rose Bryant Cheryl Bynum Cums Campbell Donald Campbell Avlllhfrfl Carlton 5 ,, V ' . V ' . Y "Q Y " I lfffl .-fi "Q lI1'Q".....".L....' ...L...-QQ,,, .,.... --.,-.- Karl Cheek Donald Cherry jr. Landon Christopher Dewey Clark Gregory Clark Timothy Clayton Lloyd Cook Winifred Cooper Linda Daniels Terry Dean Jeff DeCarsye Vlilliam Driver Clare Drumheller judirh Earp Evelyn Edmonds Raymond Essa be 5 'V vs 1 S-A g, Q v J Y fl 'f T' 7 Ill" ' 11.'TT''3',".'EfT-'.-dll727'MiC7fEFI5fwF53Fi:Yf'F vx -r w Htl .q-wqqw':rw:f."": 3-"Y I ' x ,X ,- "'XEI"""fNr'+1"""w l x i 3 K Q . x . A ' ' z .. ,, , L-.jjke ' I 55V . 'ia . -ibm . .c Hx'-' ' f 4 r "' ' ,l v- 'W ,. 1 ,v-5" A 5 - . N. -Ml ,.. , -1, ..,: q :May X Q 1 qv ' 4 Y . . s 1 I J ' 4 :O 2: fl N - sl ' g l Y YI 1 ' ,Q 21 f I N 2 x V I 5 x A 4 2 fl ff-LL fl f vAi Elk ,' ' --A , x if ' u '- .1 TQ, itg- A f-'l Ll ' l ,5 I 5 N 1 -la! I ml lin v 'xx lf- - v 41 -A 1 'J L 'I Wxllmm llulmnks Pdrrlsh F1clllS 1 Wxlron Fonrcnot Evulyn Ford james Fryar Hugh Fulchsr -lr, Damul Gall Tammy Gauldmg Pamela George Tern Gillette I I 9 4 gl! 1 -imma a-up . . , - ---- --- .lf--. f - N 71- Yn.- ,avi mv, I. -V7-7 -f -- - Esther Grancly Nicholas Gray Glenn Harris Thomas Haverkarnpf Paul Hess Deltricia Hilliard Frank Holmes Lenora Horne Carol Houston Roland james Stephen Jepson Wallace johnson Marie jones Kenneth Jordon Gina Keating Ricky Keith fl .v n ,ff X X s v.. :iff .:3::,W., L. .' ,-., . ,Q 'V' ff .IJ A '7' ' I ' ' Vi-hill' 7,-l l '4 u, ,tif , ijclzli it"g'v3.- iliQllf ' . f i I ha ' V i ' i nl . M ,.l.'w.:H,1,.,. I ,lm 5.6.1 l ,T , 'H if JA! P Deborah K1 lgurn Laurlc- Kirkwood Sheila Kmghr joseph Kozne Clnff Lacv Tony Langley Barbara Leach Thelma ee onn Ir Marllx n Lou m William Lutz Regina Lyons Tom Mad jar William Mallarrarr ,Ioan Marshall Rebecca Marshall Darlene Mathieu joy Mathews jill Moody Ed Moore at fx 'ill lxir ll 'P n' 'Nl , 1, , . ll " l Hi 'Q 'uf 0- Q., 'N as mi ml' il wi we z,5J.o1IuAn"" f' ' " i M i Y 'V I-zu Qi ' ' H I:-gxgiw A Q : j . gn :umm N, vv' ,u -T,5..j 1 s if .J Q Fyh' 4 -1 Nf x 'f ng ' " .-,fy vw 1 l ' K Q4- if?- ,Q-GS -1- v-X f w as 4 Q N v-5 .. , W1ll1.m1 Murrlsscx' IV Nnmx' NJglry Lung Pcrkms Anrhum' Pwnc Charles Pxlc Bruce Prppm Rhonda Prrrman Tony Pollock Marie Pruden Suzy Rrchrer Earl Roberson jr. Le-nrh Roe-ger George Roysrer jr Angle Ruffin Carson Saunders jr Robyn Sawyer iw ,, u 1 . , ' .. .u. . ..... ,.- ..........-- ,-.......-..-,-- Kevin Seymour Barbara Smith Miriam Smith Anne Smirhson Carol Spencer Monica St. Jean Olga Surmai Nancy Thiele Kathy Thompson Kenneth Tippetre 'rikhiitiv L 1 ,.f-",g+QYuj .i xi! Rf: ,I x ,V .4 N r I 1 1 gl Qt Ai!- Akfg ' I 1 - - 'V U w 4- nd -Q f kluscph Town lll -Inn-ph Turtle jr MMV Tvsun Lurm Vnughan Kenneth Vnlhness Wade Vnvererre Mark Wlxrd Robert Watson Debra Webb Steven Wehry Cathy VSIIIIAIDS Charles Wrlhams Thomas Wrllxarns Donna Wboren George Young Horse Alhsun MI . . " :vii '-w"i'. 1..1 . ..- q.- ......,-.,,- ... Edward Abernathy Thomas Adcox Carolyn Armstrong Jeffery Armstrong Sharon Arneson jennifer Ashnault Brian Autrey Beth Bain Mattie Barbour Misty Barnes Ben Barr john Barth LeeAnn Barus Crzug Baugh Kurt Bishop june Blankenship David Bobbitt FRESHMA - CLASS OF 1983 lf! ., a .161-Tilt nl1aa1 , -... ,,- 'I 5,3 -- 'I' Y .Ar ,f lx m s ,.,7 X r Y' X ,N 1 Y ' r '. ' fr' W 'Vifgf f : TH f-f'?'f"7UT1rTF?T TT " 7"1'Tl"l C' 1 -v-I " " ' Tl: 11 is ,- Y 4--f w- ff I . .. A, m.,f,AJfM J,,a,3-,,v1,,fe1 4 my 'loft' mi 'Q t-I Y. it- W H. ry.. -.v . Y ,I - I5 v 1 4 Q V - r A - A .. . .,,,...L . , M,,,. n-, JI 'il X gf-xf 'v. 0 -, Nv'T-','x x - ' Us I ,Q A. X ,,'--eww. - ,,.. v :gif IEIAORZ I , .- I -. ' , -4 I 'nf-J,xf' . '- f I 'I B B. B, . . 5 3 r JB J U? F' ' ' B 1: X , T., . - '4 ..e G, Xu :sf I -,lw',12f:7'7'i T'l' """' AB ' ,I .. -AL44-,4- 1 I 1 ' N , M' Zi? x ff X ir- U B -pg Duma Bunney Paul Boone Scott Bowers Thomas Bowman Gwendolyn Bozman Theresa Bradshaw Chnsropher Bragg Debbie Branch Patncla Brewer William Bnckhouse Debora Bnnkley Mary Brock Rodney Brown Marty Brumfleld Robert Challemxr Gary Churvih Pam Clay Charles Cole Christopher Collins Audrey Cooper Gary Cooper Carl Coppedge Kevin Coston jamie Crafton Kenneth Craig David Daniels Samuel Daniels Yvette Daniels Mark DeCa.ro Dwight Dickens David Doby Sybil Driggers Lori Dumas joseph Dunford Pamela Edwards David Ellis Anthony Emanuel Dan Esposito X irgirua Evans james Eg lei' Melisa Farless Donald Finer ny' .W A 1 .f 5. W 'YY 5 ,-. f,f,:--1,...q-- . in-v -W ,Mm . .l. xl- Y ,- I . xv! , if T ' f 1 r ,, 4. gr' 'Q is . v in-. tl HUMAN 5924? agflz' 1 X4 Q - 9-.gxq .5 x 5 4 2 P S. 'S T' .N .,.,4 I K K - lwixymi Fish Iirw, flrurxmu Rwlmrr Pnmh Nru1'Yl.u1mI5r1ruk Lmrx frxvr Eugunc Cylrnrqr bumn Garner T.1mmv Gurnw Sunm Garlmg Mike Glbson Rcyllnxld Glcnn Eamssr Guru Gunn Grlffln fl Thumas Gurhrlc Mule Hagan Andrew Harvey Deborah Hart Randy Hawkins Elizabeth Hayes Micheal Heiclig Karen Higgins Frederica Higgs Linda High Charlene Hilliard Isaac Hodge George Hoffman Robin Hogge Jeff Hood Pam Howard Lisa Humerickhouse ox ,y i , 'if ififmfwr5fmg:gi:':.13gq. pf-q3Ww:7f1'f V- ' 1 wi. N- . w 'ffi vrqqmv- P f 1 C I Q71 X , . s Y xr 3 'I 4 ' 5 x l. 1, X K 4 In I V-RW' -Q .ff ' v .6 ' X . .L xr , , 1. 4 :N if ,, 1- 9 'YI 2 s 4.. X,y FMm1'Ekb4!'PlYIi1 i V1 rx Q -' ., Y av M3250 K.4rrJ1r1f, Hmrdmnrxx Arthur Mrkwrn fhr1Nr,lr ,hr I-,vm Mui, Mr iw ru ISr.x.1Y1rr-trhrvrux Mlahacl Ylwm x Tdllu. -lwkrur GL-Hrxur K.srpxmlf.r Helen KL-uurr DJD1L'1KkllLf Davni Kcndrlrl-4 G1-urge Kenna-dx Mxxhclr Kcnnmfx' DAWN Klllcn Amu K1mbruugh Tmnv Knxizhr Da'-'rd Knurr Mark K1 wnxg Lum Kwslmkx Rnhard Lanuasrcr ,Imc Larra Lsnwjmd Lula Cxnrhm LUNAUU Rrxxtlrrd Luna Tmccx' Lukas r f ."'f"?' -: 5 'TPWZ 5.777 .W .ff 'TSE' 1 aff! ,H 3 Bryan McCormack fl-A Kevin McDougald .ff I N: . ,I ul- J is gt-Tv 31. 4 5 1 :W f ,N Margaret McSpadden - Shari Macsuga Thomas Major . Peter Maroulis ff r it U Wendy Mayer Vicky Meadows tk I M A r Y Q. lv I Jg. 11 1 I rf K Y 1 1 1 1 ' 'n fl! 's M, iw r N I U V: w 1. 5 s r . 'wr' J ll: W LL I I 1 X 'vy X , I r i. I r ffl X Paul Merhvm X- Michael Mxcene , H .21 ' 5 g "1 , ' K I GS J. 0 J." . :IV 1 if I 5 I .if fm u Q 1 5 1 xx 1' 4 eiwm - r , 1 f .J 7- 1.5 .. 'w"'f V-'sting' 4' ' ,iff '. i w wa W -r 1 1,- I r, 3 . 5 f a IH . ,A H. 3 gall I Q wr 'N A' X n W l gg., 'sup .L..' .Q...s 34.Z.."s Q'I.f'Lx "I 73' ' ,luhn Mlllx ilnhn Munn Dum Murrxs lnucx Nnxun Mak Nwnunw m Luc Numnillv Thad O'Br1.1nr vlcan Olxvnr Bun' Ovcmm Tcrramc Oucns Txmmhs Parker Larrx' Parr Nell Pxrrlsh Rclvcua P.1rnsh Keller Pate Chcun Patel G1-ma Pclffer Alacquelme Pnumqn -luhn Polnduxrsr l.sw1S Purrcr joseph Purvls Ramlx' Quarc Kclvnn Quuk Paul Rube P.1ul Rkburn Tony Randall Robert Reirz Bruce Rhodes joy Ritenour Lourine Robertson Nora Robertson Lisa Romero David Rycrofr Reginald Sagadraca Lori Saunders Carmen Shaw Woodrow Sherman Angela Smirh Sharon Smith Richard Smullen N . I I Y. .fl xl? v Z'- ,- ,Q a ll 's l ,1 ll I 'll -v- l'u1uluNv-lull K xnllv Smllmgx Anon Smnm l'srL'll.A Stnfvvrnurm Amhrlm Mr-mu-l Mlchcgl Srulkcv Ethel Sumner james Surherland Txmurhv Tavlnr Wunrly' Tugkcr Randy Umbcrger Mitchell Van Davis Frederick V.1ugh.m Brenda Walls Warrcrm W.1Il.1cf Paula w,.lFlHg Mark wl.lShlUg!l3H Ylnwph NX'1ll1.m1s Ln.: W'1lll.m1i Davnl xYlllllS XX'1ll1.1m Wllllxs lVluh.u-l Whnmlk Mltrhcll Wfurrmuk l..lhrl.l Xilmrun X -Inns Young Mary Avery Betty Beckham Jimmie Barnes William Bennett -Ir. Lynn Bradshaw Pansy Bryan Lellon Bryant Kathleen Diemer Eleanor Doyle George Fesperman jr. Joyce Flemmings Henry Greene janet Herring Dorothy Inscoe Tim-:thy jackson SPECIAL STUDENTS Ar 'rs fC I, E s LN J 7 -5 1 'DN fo vs 4 x r ff-5' un rx I . . L , 1 fr - 6- 4- 1 fi 4 Us ,- "N, xx. fs vw' P XA" , . 1. Y lf Y an ,. os at 11 H-rf' 4 1 ff FX . Dwm1l.4l,u l h.m1.n NL ,M Hu rl M Nm-rrum I' 5 Lamlxn Ncullc , Lxmhu P.1rnih Beth Purklnwn 'll I -Lmlns Rnsncr Tcnzlc Rudi Franklm Scmxbarm Wnllnam Sheann jr Elsle Stone Parncna Srmker Carne Sunlu Pegsv Turner Michael Vara Paul Walters III Dwnghr Whrwn XY'c1lfnrJ Xfheeless is ff A' 4' . Januar Term '80 The 1980 Janury Term turned out to be the last one for Wesleyan. Many inter- esting topics were covered in the concentrated period. Courses were held in Small Business Management, Car- tooning, The Pump, Busi- ness Communications and many more. For a group of people, January Term found them going North. The group pictured Went on a skiing vacation in Mass. ,Inuary Term was a fun time and will be missed in the future at Wesleyan. L ' 4 ll I. XMI 4 IVA F.. -fi L NE, 'NAS .ir 3.1 ., '-v 7 F , 1 'f-if I , '.us- ' ,l'l Ny. fail 751, f i " Y- iw ' ' W V ' 'f'f'I'Q ' :ffmjg".aljv-31-'ff-'f','.':"':.jg"!yN',.i .jvzgflly-lf'iv-V11-E Ui M y-iy,1.f.U ,V 'urfrr-,--'rf-rj, :vw ' . f I. v..4- .. . . , , ., , AIN. .. -Hrva- W QMHKIIIW ' t ? X - tt Xa L X x -44 4.1-.-ew:-.wimgswwzm 'vmrrutwn'-1 Nfir-1-' 1? Athletic Banquet I he Annual Athletic l3.1mlL1t't was lleltl un May 7, IWHU, Mnny .ntlmlt-res Lllltl gut-sts were present to enjoy .1 spt-tml lUL'LllglI1Ll the prest-nl.tlnm uf .lNV.lI'klS. Each athlete ww hunurt-ti for thelr P.lI'llC1P.lIlUl1 .mtl uutsmntling player awards each team, Most Vulunlwle Athlete of the Year nwnrtls were given to 'let Mcluin and Kirby Spain. fix , -N 'P . I I X ' .' I I were given to Ll member of ' L-A N 4, n - f - 5 5 'YU 4. 15 . I lr I - 154,-A is SAAQJZQ D 1 Q o 1 ' l 5 ' 4 S me 12 .., t , f A 1 p e -- Qt, M". , ry 1 il t' J' fl 2 . . -A e - X X j- I HW -L5 5. - , xx 9 ' we t .' xgxmw Wg 1 cf' I , ' 5' X 5 1 it f , I f 1 3 Q i .. 6 Convocations To most Wesleyan Students the word Convocations means, requirements, a card that needs to be stamped and an hour or so of lectureres. Little do the students of Wesleyan realize how interesting and exciting some convocations can be. Con- vocations includedg Student Government, nuclear campaigns, and recitals ofthe arts. There were plays which included, School for Scandel, Lovers 8: Loosers and Lady House Blues. There were a number of traveling companies which included the Dance Company and the Mime Company, to name a few. The Convocation programs have brought a new awareness of culture and sl creative programs. 'Q 'H "s bl' .f5e V i ' A wg win. f v al. -,RP 5 !' 76" A 3 is- f 1- , ,f n 7 Q. r'r1vpt1'7sxn,f 5 4 C ' I X Q SX 1 r lil 'rn I 1 l V11 , 3 lx 'fill 7 1:1 L: ul P4 " I K 'i eu 1 lj! P 1 15 , ff dx A . ,' I- 1 'l 115 H L N'll I . fu if 1 xv S he if . z 1 is 4.1 +1 ,t in li' 3 S 1 l 1 -s 311 1.1 ,il , ,l .ei fl Vi pil ,I ll VOLLEYBALL NCWC OPP 5 Chowan College O 2 Christopher Newport 0 2 Randolph-Macon 0 2 St. Andrews O 2 Elizabeth City State 0 2 Greensboro 0 2 Bennett O 0 Methodist 5 5 St. Andrews 0 2 Atlantic Christian 0 2 Meridith O 5 Chistopher Newport 0 5 Greensboro 0 2 Meridith 0 2 UNC-Wilmington 1 2 Elizabeth City State O 1 Methodist 2 2 Bennett 0 2 Wingate 0 5 Atlantic Christian 1 2 Queens 0 2 Wingate 0 2 St. Andrews QSTJ 1 2 Meridith QSTD 0 0 Methodist CST? 5 0 Methodist KST? 5 lSTJ - NCAIAW State Tournament Regular Season Record 20-2 Overall Record 22-4 MVP - jet Mclain if I , 1 7 l . K -1' Y . L Y ' . v if for. Wallace ,lohnson - MVP Cross Country and Track. SOCCER NCWC OPP 4 Pembroke State U. 0 0 Virginia Commonwealth U.5 4 East Carolina U. 4 O Cambell U. 6 O Hampden-Sydney College 1 0 Virginia Wesleyan 5 1 The Citadel 2 2 UNC-Greensboro 5 0 UNC-Wilmington 6 O jacksonville 6 5 Greensboro O 1 Longwood 1 0 Elon College 6 0 Atlantic Christian 6 0 Averett 7 O Methodist 6 1 Christopher-Newport 1 1 St. Andrews 4 0 Univ. Of Richmond 1 0 UNC-Chapel Hill 7 DIAC Record 1-5-1 Overall Record 2-15-5 MVP - Eric Maclavitch WOMEN 'S BASKETBALL NCWC OPP 65 Va. Wesleyan 91 64 Va. Wesleyan 90 86 Methodist 88 61 Bridgewater College 60 81 Bridgewater College 64 63 St. Andrews 78 42 Christopher-Newport 87 61 Davidson College 56 64 Bennett 63 59 Methodist 57 70 St. Andrews 49 75 Greensboro 55 71 UNC-Greensboro 75 51 Greensboro 49 59 Christopher-Newport 75 77 Davidson 79 66 Mericlith 58 62 UNC-Greensboro 78 60 Atlantic Christian 76 65 Bennett 70 87 Meridith 56 68 St. Andrews 71 NCAIAW Record 8-7 Overall Record 9-15 MVP - Barbara "Bobcat" Leach MEN'S B AS KETBALL Ncwc oPP Randolph-Macon Va. Wesleyan Methodist Shenandoah William and Mary Francis Marion Methodist Va. Wesleyan Mary Washington Greensboro Christopher-Newport St. Andrews UNC-Greensboro Va. Wesleyan Averett UNC-Greensboro Shenandoah Mary Washington Greensboro Averett Christopher-Newport Methodist St. Andrews St. Andrews UNC-Greensboro DIAC Record 6-10 Overall Record 11-14 MVP - Kirby Spain Kirby Spain - MVP Basketball and Outstand ing Male Athlete of the Year .......L..mZi-s.:-f.f...2,......s..ti:2.....I.1rEli5flI.-'5213.J,Hxia.IL22'i-'Q.,a'-ll,illfv 'V .,, Il, ff 1 ,:"Q, :ji ' V .' ' X ' ' Q SOFTBALL NCXYC OPP ll St Andrew Q l ll St, Andrews l 5 x1L'fl1lM1lN1 iw l N1cIl'1Ut1lsI 11 10 Meredith 0 5 h1cl'cc11ll1 ll li XY'ingate 5 ' Wangate 4 10 Gilford 4Cl1 fa 10 h1ctl1iwc1lStlCll 0 15 St. Andrews 2 11 St. Andrew s 5 15 Meredith I 1-1 h1credItl1 1 111 Dulic ll 11 Dulce ll 11 Meredith iST+ 4 15 Methodist 1ST1 5 15 Methodist 1STI 4 10 Pembroke State +RPl fi 0 East Carolina 1RPl 10 5 Methodist IRPI .2 tw Western Carolina :RPI 9 Cl - Catawba lnvitational ST - NCAlAXY' State Tournament RP - NCAIAXY' Regional Playoff NCAIAXY Record 22-5 Overall Record 24-5 MVP - Bubba Arrington CRCBSCOUNTRY Vfallace Johnson MVP All-Conference TRACK DIAC Champions Vfallace johnson -- S00 METER RUN Reggie Sacadraca - 110 meter high hurdles Damon Brabson - 100 meter dash MVP - XY'allace johnson BASEBALL Enix' 1P1c,UI1I1CL1l William and Marx St Andrews St. Andrews Eastern Connectit Eastern Connectic Eastern Cnnnectic OP Lllf ut l ut ut Southeastern Mass, L' St Juthcaitcrn Blass, Ll, Mount Linton Mount Union XY'est11eld State Muhlenburg LJNC-XY.v1lfl'lll'1tLIILlf1 XY'estern Connecti Lf of Pitt.-lohnstt Cul JXVYI Univ. of Southern Maine Va Wesleyan Va. Wesleyan Glenville State Thomas Methodist Methodist UNC-XY'ilmington Dul-Le St. Andrews St. Andrews Cambell Vfilliani and Mary Methodist Methodist Atlantic Christian Atlantic Christian East Carolina East Carolina Atlantic Christian Atlantic Christian Va, Wesleyan Va. Wesleyan Elon Elon' DIAC Record 5-' Overall Record 22-19 MVP - Greg Clark tbelo glam P S -1 5 R fi ll 5 U tw 3 5 5 l 9 11 1 l 2 7 2 ll 5 5 16 5 6 I- wb x f 1 '7 5 0 S Z 3 8 9 5 4 4 . , A'3QAf'7HYPl1"Hb1-- "Y"'91!'!Sl'-!s'1l""'4f9'1"Wf!! 1 . k vlettanna B1Ll.1I1'I - MVP Vu 34 Female Athlete ot' the Year CSOLF llethall and 1 Our r n lin 14 ls' NCXYC OPP 550 UNC-NVilmington 522 411 Hampden-Sydney 412 -111 Atlantic Christian 425 -111 Lynchburg -1113 505 Christopher-Newport 524 l0thi'15 Pembroke State Tournament 354 Atlantic Christian 526 554 Boston College aff 321 Averett 510 322 UNC-Greensboro R10 522 Greensboro 309 511 Va. XY'esleyan 339 511 Greensboro 505 511 lN1etl11Jd1St 315 518 St Andrews 525 4th'8 DIAC Tournament DIAC Record 5-1 Overall Record 8-tw MVP - Dave Knorr i - . ' '- , "W e f - -V . , s .- - - -- - ,- A n..'--mu, .. -an. --.....,4:.,.... ,......... Soccer The soccer team under the direction of Rick Helms and Mike Sutherland, showed a disappointing 2-15-3 record. It was a bad season, but the team worked together and showed a better record in the spring. Only two seniors will be leaving the team, Greg De- tman and Major Dement. Major served as the player coach during the spring sea- son. Eric Maclavitch was voted the Most Valuable Performer. aiu A SO 5 'ul rf ,W J ,I Q x "' 9 lv' ' ' I v sf . I I Us. x. - .,' ibn' .. 4 ,X J ",,- ,,,g,g,,.,., Rau' 1: l-r: David Dolby, Burt Anglin, Keller Pate, Eric Maclavitch, Bill Malatratt, Ed Fish, Row 2.',IeffRogers, Paul Rayburn, john Bart, Tom Guthrie, Ed Moore, Mark DeCaro, Major Dement, Ken Jordon, Rau' 3: Rick Helms tcoachi, Greg Detman, john Moore, Chris Brown, Kevin McDougald, Donald Campbell, junior Gardner, Brian Autry, Bill Zehmer, Mike Sutherland fassxst. coachh. x ' V A N i J " '-5 -4-..,,cgf .. ll 'M on 1. . -'Jj1',i:'i-lfiffii .A , - ' ' J . I -. ffly-. . ,kt , .Q ,f is I -., X Q' V I -X FN. 5 u- JJ1 ' 2 1! ' . Q . - ,f - -V 5, ul.:-'fi h h ' . - x - A 1 y , A I X , at . ....-,.-- i x I i , , 'v fw jg!-A , . A V' -4 7 - -1 3'h,:.iq,,1,,i::.h ,:k.'l'f? L- A l ,. - . I. fy- 9 1 K , "..."- 1 ' 1. 7-75 -vu-, - "9-v-'W'-""f"f'-T'-' ---'-' . Q - A " P1 A .. ' r:.f nf+:--.Lf f if --1 . ' - f- r' 4 H - .J xg:-?3f:1:fff-'If::1.'Q.L,f--. . , Ignp -lf.-i," - f'9'f1'X"'f'T' ' --A f.LJr..,g 07.-- -N -L--.,'--W :M v -, 133-gg-V :- ' -' w- ,' f ' A " -' f ' ,' lv' -'L s f ' - - ,. 1i'5-Jm....L 'ma-.pan-' -15-spills," """.. '99 " g"..1'-,',,...' ,.1...' 4" 1 V 'g ' '- L. . 'jail L, ' :gh' -- '.- ' u- L 1. ,, 35 'vf .. . .. ..,-,- '---. - ' 4, r' 1 H . .- -.f 11 , 0 --4' -- ' f -1' . . ,f Q ,, . . k7',7, ' .Nj mn-,.-if ,.,,,,1. Y M Y VYKAL ., -- - 5 Lum. H ', k 1i.f57J3-v V. Y Y VOLLEYBALL Team proclaims after first victory - "AlN'T NO STOPPIN' US NOW!!!" X The volleyball team opened the year with the hopes of havinxu .1 winning season. With many new players toming to the squad, Coach Allison wished to find a winning combination ol' athletes. The song "Bad Girls" was dedi- cated to the team and although they looked fairly devilish during their warmups with suth things as "the duck walk" and "dead tur- tle", the team proved itself pow- erful to the school. Coming through midseason retording only one defeat to blethotlist Colf lege, the squad remained unde- feated in games as well as matches to all other opponents, On November 9 R 10, the team traveled to St. Andrews College for the NCAIAW State tournament. The Lady Bishops worked their way through the winners bracket to the finals. After two rough matches, the Lady Bishops ended up as the number two team in the state, behind the rivals of Methodist College. Highlights of the season in- cluded a vote to the All- Tournament team for 'Ietanna "jet" McClain and a Most Valu- able Player award for the State Tournament. The team recorded an overall season record of ZZ wins with only 4 losses. The entire team will be return- ing for the 1980 season and plans are being made for a state cham- pionship team with hopes of reaching Regional and National play. -gl , , 194, W A if if ' M----4 A 5'-5--AEA an ,, . ki , U ,V D Agn I 1 X 9 J V 18 7 I 4 a f5 12 Q '29 z 5 1 ii f 'til N: l I Fzril Ron il. In RA Karen "Butky" Higgins, Olga Surmai, Evelvn Edmonds, Tern Gillette, Donna 'Lou Lou' Richardson, XVendy Brocls, Sftumf Rim ' Beth Haves, Cathy Brown, Lisa Wallianis, -Ietanna "jet" Mtf.l.iin, Tammx Garrison, Marie Pruden, Lisa Koslosl-ty, Coath Debbie Allison Mx IU fm W ' i r 3. 1 P Lady Bishops On The Ball .' -BX 1 ' my 5 av F ' Q 1'-VUVPQQQ-1, ,yi ' fl 5 -,,..,. ' 1 475 if '1. slr f-' .,,, ' if ' Z LI. 11' a-adj Lady Bishop Veterans: Marie Sharon Arrington. Pruden, Sheila Knight, Olga Surmaj, Barbara Leach. A .,. ,.. ,. .. ,, , ..,,. - 1. , V -- 1 'Ag....-n....f-u.s.a-..-.....-.M..ia.,...4.s.i-m:...-. srL.:!. zs..,'.,--,.,,:.,,s,.. i, ' ,, i .4"-I ' . U ,fi-'l"'iY" J- 1 Lady Bishop Rookies: Caroline HUIChlI1SL5Il,IYIiSIy'B.iVI1CS,K.lftI1 l'lig4LZ1IlS,-ICI.ll'll'1.1h1CCldiI1 Joyce Young Y-.r yy. Basketball l-r: Kevin Costonhleff Hood, Linwood Latta, Paul Raabe, Mark Washington, Ben Barr, Andy Harvey, and Mike Vara fcoach J The j.V. Basketball recorded a record of nine wins with eleven loses. The season started off slow, but picked up speed toward the end of the year. The team showed an improvement under the direction of head coach Mike Vara, consider- ing a number of players were lost to the Varsity squad. Next year heads to an even better record, with the hopes of an early win- ning record. THE MW? 9' -L5 iii- 41x l-ll nan g 2, L- 'F A -1-. QL I' 4 is I 'JEL Q' T P t K : - 1 N . xi ' Y4' x e - Aix. e -lm sv ' .L L 4' 3'-i Y Zak," .:. f Y ' ' A V' k -'Z' L --1 . , ,Vx ,asia-4, - E .s 5, - ' ' ' -. I W '-12'-.' r"'f' . V1-L, - 9- ,H gf----.'e',,, ,Q M, " , UF.. -rd-q:'1'4.g",53l . . ,, I.- . ' -,N fr - me 5-' ' . ' U. ' IJ. , - - ...QQ -ifm' ' 'ig 'Y "' L. -74 .glff-F-visff'-'zrn . .. WI I f ,. f- - - '-- A 1- 1979-80 Cheerleaders The llfll-HU CQheerle.id- ers worked tu lwring spirit and morale to the spurtintu events. Starting tiff slow, they worked lUIl-Ll hours learning new cheers. They hegun the year cheering for the soccer team and crime in out of the cold to cheer for the battling Bishops bus- kethall team. This year the squad, under the direction of Mrs. Debbie Allison, consisted of Estelle Stevens, Chrystal jackson, Wgilltice johnson, judy Earp, Paula Waring, and Becky Yarborough. I I V H Y. 4 ., K sr X A - t vxfwmh 'kk .qi Vi mf.: ,-'-fn , , in - Twin, Rev- -- r Y -' . ' -- 2'-- +,.z1-is 4 X - - ,-i-uri , e f-,hi fa... 45, ,- 0, , .'-..3,..1'- ,V A L, ,y flglin sf, . r.i'Y"f" ,r ' Ae .g--1. :..' :'-" '- :fi-if. . 7- Y ' ' :iq 4' -',' . f' ,'i5.4.-9 -2, 1 f-:Hr-1 gf- ..,,..f- , ' " - st 4- T1j,i1'I -f 4, ..-'T-'Z - ' ' "R ' 1 if .!' I . ' - ' . . "'.v'vfq. 1 w. :.',- fi- --4 .-if J 1: b-A' Af' S -Y" -vgfqf -V sr- :,:1lJ:s..f,.e3:K4--1---f Yi-has A Q-I - - :,::..E.7.V, V, -Z,..':- V -5.4 1,5qgg.5'g 335. . - ,eg-e,. Ulf- Y.. ,' 3. - 5 ' 4 sh-af - , - me '.f..'?.'r:','.-4. Hw , , ...UW ' 4 1 .1 fe .c. eruAnze1s4.a1z'xu:n,,a1:ux-4..1.z4,, zu. 4 Varsit Basketball: lie !- Ag! Ai ,-! An Action Team iulig H732 AIIIE il: K Inari-WI A-ok 4 an '?l4 'fr Es I. '.. LB , M, J, bp- X ,pffwfp-'f ., '. --4951 ' AL , ' - Ar , ab! 3 .,.,A X h .V '15 FNS, , H '1. 'a sf- . , ' f -' "1 ,.,' I, ,xgyfmmg JJ I 'ei 3 w ' ' - .. -J 1 1 11 H-. YT", ' '-. fi " ' F. '9-'wxr , :A 1. . .gg-5, km, 1,-qu i :I 1 1 if 4 .,. 2 -. " re--in-GL. - - ,,,,, . - .4 'E' V.1rsityB.1sketh.1ll1 Assist.1iitCo.1ch Ed Spence, Mgr, Bri1d,lanies,PaulHess, Guri Church, Tyrone Lutz, Vail Willis, Whrren Wallace, Ted Bagley, Keith jones, Keith Wilson, Mike Robinson, Lewis Porter, Reggie Glenn, Tom Williams, Roland james, Kirby Spain, Assistant Coach Mike Varn, Head Coach john McCarthy. - 521' sl I-"if 7 lun. Z' , Z sf: Yso- dit lil' I i A. . 'tif'-Qwlvil ,.111'.f"'i"-' bL lg -2 H li ,Q :if V: .n ' ' , E , ,I 5 Jax-sz! .rgb 1 if ,IL J if I Cf T vid fy NYJ ...xe- 'L TAFI K X ' 1:8 .z - I Annu: ' z my ,J S X 5,5 A sl-lor 1 n ,- ,J sg 'ffaf' 1 - c., .L-,1 'an' .. III' ' ax' 6 , 51 , M 5 11. , 11 25, i2 Diff 3 3-Q Q 4? -. . A K . . X .fi'q.A1..-I-"g,Q,.f.:.ff.m.m-I 824131 .4 -sh' Sf V A Fmr1crmx,ltur Chxrlcs P1le.Ph1lXX'.urc,B.1rncx B.1xtcr,Geurgc Ynung,R1gh Br.1dh.1m, DIYCCIIJY Back mv.',1u,rr Rub Frcmh, Blue Burmn, Bob Xxvdlltrfl, Advlsur, and Andx OConnur 'J-5 cf! N5 .LZ-vc Java is I A ' "f-'2'f2z:si15?5 2 . -, ' lg' - V.-,y",. ,fl 'nl-'s L.:-Y. ".-if 'fl U' ' '- A u'+" . t ' ,e1'f' ' . , ,f 'HQ vvvi l X t 1 ' - ' - . -t s I "1 F E "' ,A 0 :Q .nw 115 img-V In Y. 1 .. ',I -5' Lk 5 I iq V1 I V V . 2 ' ,xx " 'l ,Lf ix 1 V XX I X 'N'-1'.. , u Ui 'L K I Q. 'ttf-f.N'.tN .3 f' I VJ,'i .- 2l61t1g-9,, A ' I ,I ' . ff-Q!-i 'X if ' -..fp . ' y ' 1,111 - Q, - rf - 5114" ff' .-J. as 52, iff if-:Ei-,+, ,Q C, 'T .- -45145 Us 1 -,-'A 1f'2f'.ag"55':,-fx 7 f' ' '- 7'-' ,A+ 5'-4 T'A,f.2?5asfiza'w. 'i va-. 2 L. . K' ' "I Y ,,.. .g7...,a,4....,,. .-, 4.-+ na ..,..i.. ll it-nwls.a-.I..i.-. I Tennis fn 1 ,J .,.., IH? f' xi. Wi fffjijjfffffff ,em X , ffgffl VW 1J'.f,jlffi A Front row, l to r: joey Towe, Eugene Staton, Mark None-man, Melvin Vick. Back row, l to ri Jamie Walker, Lisa Lovette, Diane Morris, Ray Aclcox, Vernon Bradley, jocly Turtle, Marie Hagan, Randy Hawkins. Golf Mx: -l 9 1- " I .'r -A ' ' tt - ixil' ' l , : 'JT '1 f ' 1 4 .Q , .-ef cg X of xv 0 K? Wy I f ' l 41 1 .J . 1 K Left zo right: Bo Morrissey, Dave Rycroft, Kevin McDougald, Curt Campbell, Coach Scalf, Bill Price, Mark Straub, Dave Knorr, Eric Johnson, Dave Kendrick, Marvin Meadows, Mack Skyes. i T5 ij -1- w. 'FM' I TITTTTF' TT 'ag1?'X?ir:i'if i'i1.2'Tifi'fr?i'F1'ivii,'fI'f"i'FJfTi if j, ,yiminvi p-' fa" ' '-'A' H ""'A:-'E fi' " ' ' ,fl J Po .W ff' ., .Num Q 4-.,Lf.,. 4, ' 4 I v s?'f' J., .vu 'H .Q ,,, N T Rf... . f'Gv,s.-vf 4 - - T ,. ,..- .Q . av 1 .- ' -5-'-1: 5 T4-.45 443 Xx C , N s n 1 f r VE, A 'R Softball if . I ' ' , ,,.c - - 4- . Ig,-. Q, .,. - if .. .X -- .-nr5,":'- 4 ., , L W A , " I' H ... as F + 5 ,TI V ' '??3..4- .f YiW7!L.ufMiM1A,1! .L.i1 L K. 94 w ,5- .iff J. J 'I'-'qs -44" ifiefiai' - Q51 X--1491- M ' ' The 1980 women's softball team was astonish- ing. For the first time in the history of Wesleyan, A divi- sion III State Championship was won. A final record of 24 Wins with only 3 loses, one coming to the eventual Region II champs - East Carolina, was recorded. With a team consisting of 9 freshmen and 8 up- perclassmen, the school was very proud. Nine starters were named to the All Con- ference team and seven starters were named All- State. The entire team will be returning next season, except first baseman Val Boothe who will be student teaching. A i " ' H " 1 f 'V H" ' 'ff,f"i'7 '.f"f""i 'f"7Y'.'7"' 'T'fff"j""fTTf"T'IR'grTi"' 4'l"'i .li F ,- WT" YiUf"'5. LQ ' Q I., I x a x . Qf'L'uf ey X 3 ff 'af fm- 6 L CD 1,. ,- f, 77 l. 'T' 4 "fs, 1.., First nm' Cindy' 5t.1Il1ngs, Dvlwluc Umnxh, Lou Lou Rlyhnrdsorm, Bulwlm Arrington SQQOIM row Dchluc l.1l'nhy, Ulm Surrnal, Iivclyn Edrnnnds. -luuc Ynumg, Lon 5.aunJcrs, M.nur Dcmunt in1.111.1,uur, .xwsx Lu.1cl1l,'Ixhml nm' Dcbhm Allmmn tumghw, 'I'.unrnx' Gdrrmxn bhcrrl Arncmn, V.1l Bmwzhc, Mule Prudcn, Nun' Barnes, Vlcnnxfcr Ashfmulr, L1s.x XX"1ll1.m1s, Ale: MLl.un 4 'df fa vai :J fillafcl ... :..v,H,:,,,,.,:, 943, ,-fe: . . .. swf- 5-1 Q in Y V' Avy' EM ffp" Q' 514 Wo' Q51-f3ff 4'1 - 4 PM Qizmfd M . "N , A ,,, V, N , V, 'M' - A-,., as -.s ,,,..n --" . - ' ,- ' , , ,,4 A -' ,,.,.,:- .' ' ----4 . , , ..-' - 4 i V 4.5.1 . . .. ,YA 'u ,.. 1 J K,,L1q,.glx LV: S mtl: I Baseball V+ gm 503 '-'su-f '- , 65-21-:g if ' f-., .,--. 'T .-gr 2.-.1-.. 3.-.--94 .. .- HIP' 'Q YL f T' -s ,I- NN AW 11+ a'+w.3-5 -f-1 mfi 4M -Y 'li-Zvi ,bg 435, n5IF.'fA,117"F' -'- . 1 Q A ,r Ie Five miles and still srniling' :Ts Cl - T' "I- 57.-E-ae.: 1:7 -4. iff' . Q-lin of l E , .e X , , .X yi 1. . " -" -1 X '7 " . af' A.. '- - D' It .1 ' -.T-1 -1 .- -', , 1' ,, . . -E: ,ia .-w,,,:'y'!'?"' ' -- : vi-'P - ' - 'f ' .lf Txliw-:"".1" L ' "-'bf'1-4224'l'QfPf2-."7"."'7" iffzfi Si e. it - f d.. Rau 1: l-r' L.1rryP.1rr, David Ellis, Greg Clark, Tom H.1verk.1n1pf, E.irl Rohcrson, Mikejuries, Luke Challenor, Carer Griffen, Rim 2' Ricky Keith, Sam Daniels, Mike Micene, -loe Ftintentit, Tum Pollack, Bill Euhanks, Danny Esposito, Kennx' Villenci, W'illi.un lNledlt:N',Rrfz1 3 ,liek Hester niwist coachl, Dale Richter, Tom' Voight, Danny' Hilling, Kevin Overhee, Bruce Rhodes, WU Lung, Mike Dawson, Tom' Guzziii uguachl .X -.. ,L -p --. - fe," - i fm. X Ylli l aQ:4o. The hdselull team ended the spring sedstm with .1 ZZ-lv record. l-Living Accomplished .1 goal, finishing with .1 winning season. The Bishops lnegaii the segi- sun with ,1 win over Division l, neitiunally ranked University of Connencut. Frtim then on the Bishops were f.1ced with slime problems. lmurie-Q In mllielders and designtited hitters, tlireed several of the pitthers tu lxit and take ptisitiuns in the held The team ctmsisted tit! twelve freshmen, seven til' xvhith xx ere pitchers, tour in the tmp pim- tions. This ve.ir tux .i vtmuiig team with the ptwtentidl tu he strung in the future Four te.im memlierx were named tt: the All-Ltinterenee te.im, Danni Hillimg -- tint lwtise, Greg: Clirlt - tviirtielil, Dale Rlthter - shtirr sttip .intl Carey Gillren 7 at-ttintl lwe f 'ix a ,X-,Af :pf n . '. 5,4 , an' In nf-.-x,..xr ,wx L1 fh-. , .fab -. T Af H ' . - a - -I " ,'3LS K 7-Q-. x'-L -.Lg V- .flu -- . , -n-. ' ...Fix hvv L5-3'7" '-"l:ok,,, -J sf' 5.5-'gf'P-I 'jg .zffvif M QF-f'-Q -1" -ii, ,, f -' A' A 33212-n 'difg-A L "TCH - 1 if fl ' f . ' Y '4 QI" - , 4 -. 2-111,41 .5 Z ,-Z ii-'f-- rg, I . ' ' ...Q g W3 na. , ' - f . , x .I ,, . l ' ,AUX if rv fig- v 1-fb-,, -.1 -A J , - Ep Y-15,-is A VV ,. .-,, A - -, A . 4- . - gs Run, Run, Run, Run . . . if Jr. bn., ..2:"'555'1!ff2P ,jpij-' ' f,.i,5i ,X . -Q ,'4fxA'f- Ti. f -M ,1.?'!fF-:siflvo-,,x'.1' 5:7 'U Av Y Ja- if - 6 4 ' " " 'Y .J ylfr im. A , 1 - 4: v . ,Q - - - 1 : , v, vw- V. f ex, .- . X , A R ' 5, s 14 ' ' J L john M1115 Wallace johnson Klrby Spam Tyron Lutts Larry Stone Brad James A v y A I 1 , , . OH X - - 'A "'A' ' ' """'-"'fv1""""',-'ff , '-iii v'if:ff1'f'1'Q"vf11'1 lggmi'-'v'-5 ' ' 1. - ,L :vi f up 51.UfHfT'm 'v 'rW"L-ji th " 1 1 x . wi' v.-15y..."v"' ., .3 -vp ,- "AO lo E EE if EQIWWQ 'll W9 U EEE il' WUWWQ ML5 9 V Ill l :ln-i 3 al l .71 ,L 1, a f ..,,A,. , -...,.-.a.v 41114. 4"i, . -ff' ,." if-,,.5L." ' ' - , 'KJ' , -J , l". J - ' If 7 Q 'Tri' , X ,- - is f 1 IJ -.1 I HI ., I an u-5 ' ,lil H- 559i l ww-- L V TQ Lambda Alpha Epsilon gx A lllll 1 P.E. Majors Club Chi Beta Ph1 Cleft? i P Kappa Omega V V, Y, ,- V i-.W H 'vi irgfiaii i7 -iff ' r--- ' -W - ,ft-"'Qi: V ., ..,,,,..,..::::,-fv..- ....,.., , .,, 4' ... 4-ml,--.---W ---gf - , 1 " ' ' 4 ' 'fc . 7 '-' 'ti ' '- i r s 'e 2 4 n n- 'f' 'al r T' T' if F' T5 1- I, .K-A , Ag. 1 . .s fl U ., , -H I+! X Y -3 V- WJ A- jj .H 'gm ,, ' Yr :- ' -f .4 i J :mf E fi 1 ' ,, 2521212 --' "" ' f gigsv 5 Q .jg . 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'-.!'W7"27.W""'?'?+Y2Y:',V" ' 'I- :1 fr'z' -":"1"t . ur DISSENTER qrfaagifzws Regge Sagadraca frightl Photographer ASPECTS Connie Sanborn - Editor Rick johnson Andy Wimberly Mike Collis Martha Dixon Jeff Armstrong Issac Hodge Kennith Brown 8.1 , A-V .N 1, Q ,3 l ll 'T ---. ix x.-TR f I l A Dissenter staff- Back row, L ro R, Co-editor Beth Hayes, Shari Arneson, Lisa Koslosky, Front row Wendy Mayer, David Willis, Advisor Doug Frazier, Co-editor Cathy Brown DECREE Richard Whiting - Editor Val Holland Lisa Lovette Boots Goolsby Bogart Owens Sharon Lipscombe - ti 1 '.- .... -- - . , ,,.., . ..,,,., ,.,,.w,pm, ir.,-Y .,, 1 , M 1 Aw - - X 9.5.-4 .. n V xii' x " x 9? V' i ' .v. IU Q, I? l ll , X lull H K I 5 Y, f , V' 1 61 Fxunfzrf lffwmzf - l. ru R, Em fllihlhlbll, A D S.1un-Icrs, Gkul Hargvu, Bullcv Bdxrcr ' I 'z 'U s ' .tl v 4 1 I E1 . f l R A M U f ' Q I , 'N 4 , s N .1 A A ,- V I goo' 2 1' ' r , ' . :Q A -'1 F , L- ' . f I Vi . I . L 1 V J rl F., , 1. - 'S Q . 'IQQKV ,-- "'9 I f' o ' U o if ' 'x .Mmzrf - link row, I. IU R, Tum' Pug-mu, Tum Srruu-1, Mllxc IXi.xl'ISUI1,SItJVk.'w,L'pSUI1, PAM R,x.xlu-, MMJIL- ruvx,Mun1L.xSr juan, Rnh Hr.nlh.in1, C,lrniy Fluhrlxun, Mumpa Bcxr, Bfdrk Stmuh, I5ug.1rrUucns, Frwm ruw, hrn .Iuhmnm ssocnation CHI OVCYH I uden Sr rf -1-r Il H .exif Sm, Slum 211 umnl1'lLlIl -4:5521 .ll Sa' N BW 0 r , X life my ,ff fl .a S fl A frfffm 11117 rffCfH1lt11r1 itllletw - Back Row L to R jennifer Ashnault ,Ietanna McCla1rn Beth Hayes, Val Boothe, Front Row YN Allan Ighmon Davld Ixnurr, Dewey Clark Curt Campbell 7 11 'hr gv 1 iv. l, 1 . "" ffi I 1' ' k I' '7"i"' l i 'fill J "Q,-4? :asv ,"" L-: 1 1 1 -1.f Y,-- - ,- X Bcity Fcspcriiign, Cj.i1l l'l.1f.lJ,L'lI, 151-rriu Smith ,, : crliiml,,lim PutIs,,l.1Lli Wuiiinir, 5lL'VL'VlUPN1JIl, Curt Quuplwll, Chiml Spcmvr, Dhmnc Q, I. i Daniels, .lmly Tutrlu, Inu Lim Rirhuilwir, :a - xl L1 11-2' Richard Wliitiilxu, Milw l5.1llu.Lgu, Tcrri Gil- : I lg-tru. ' . I . I - X .: ' - .--K 2, v . . -- 1 . N h ,- 1. :- p , , , Y . . ' ' 'ef '-1 'VXI l N -14111 T"-,. . ,,, l45,x-- x . f - I -54 I -s - 'qs 4: ' Il' tv ftixigh 5' 55"-ini! r , 4- N -- ' ' X.: "', ' Exif' ,Q ku' :S P1 EPSILON - Ln: RgMiku M.1ilisim,Gin.1Kcating,fj.1rhyC.1nl'iulLl, Lis.1Kusluxl4y, Riwlwin l'li1ggu. I..1ur.i Cfulxir, Mm Burn Fesperm.1n,Syhil Driggcrs,W.1iiLl.1Hunt,TcrriGillcrtu, Parrish Ficlils, Lou Lou Righanlsuir,SueMurg.1u,BrcmlnW'illi.uns llli A ' i. , ' IFC - L to R, Phil l,F.l.LfL'l', Milu' Mmlmm, N u Gamma Phi V, .5 - Top to Bottom - Stevejepsonjack A' Flythe, Mark Kitchen, Hal Swindell, 1 A.D, Saunders, Mike Madison, jeff DeCatsye, johnny Bradshaw, Jody 4' Tuttle, Bruce Harlleld, Lea Beale, Monica St. jean - Sweetheart, War- ren Scott ,." Y 2--1 L 1116 i 1- , Y YYY -Y Y- Y 'Y Y,vYYYY Yff- Y-Y ax,r+y7 Yv------gwgi?-iv--igyniigf-if-Q? , I -vrf i-- EF..,-.Av E-.Y-. J. - - YY,-If 5-QT:--i-w,in:Y-g-Y ' - Y 5 Y-f , . . - . . I ,,., ,E- It :dw 3: 'Ni 5? x' . Q Q Nw '- X Q ., 31 AX, 1 . '-3+ ' Vis' , K iii-fi hd -wg? ,I-.JL I. ,-J-7+ ,A Il , : . J Alpha Delta Chi im 4 L to R - Brian McCormick, Scott Driver, Richard Bolyard, Mark Brady, Bill Mallatratr, ,Iaimie Walker, Bill Zehmer, Richard Whitinghlim Potts, Lee Lewis Ed Fish, Chip Cherry, Tom Guthrie, Mitch Davis, Lee Nunnally. Little Sisters, L to R - Darlene Mathieu, Suzy Richter, Cindy johnson, Joy Matthews .,.' 11 'aaa Pfam, I"' . S3-'Q i 5 -' DEQ, WH ' ' '- I ' ' ' f" ""' Y 'TWFW' 'vffzrefvf nm , 5. 157 -rf q5m1g,i'w,x-Wi.--yy-A - -v ' Hy ,' ' " U H L I f K C5 Jgfi A AX my -im P1 M90 af' ., 74.35 0555 gr' is I Q c x . r' "' 'T' 4 L . l I p 14M Sigma Phi Delta SIGMA PHI DELTA SWEETHEART - Perry Myers Left to Right: Marie Pruden, Becky Yarborough, Suzy Richter, Anna Alston, Dianne Daniels, Madeline Alston, Alice Bartley, Gail Hargett, Lori Saunders, Angie Rufhn, Debbie Branch, Yolanda Woods, Abby Barnes, Cindy Stallings, Margaret McSpadden, Elizabeth Barker, Karen Higgins, Carol Spencer, Gloria Pfeiffer, Olga Surmal, Val Holland, Susan Goodrich, Sharon Arrington l lO vr 'w 7 .,, , A .,.. t . , ,T -.., ,,. if----fpq-1-n-1 .17--U-, r-51,4 Y .4 - , , . ,mi Bmw, Ir:,,.+w,-.!'.,. , V - 4 V, I, . W- f- ' wx mfi-f an ,, -,-.f-- 0,14-nd" rf' j U 5 I Si , auigigg tg ?"'j-H-- ll vii A Z 1052. Edgffcombe Hall Council - Back row, L to R -joy Matthews, Nancy Smith, Mrs. Lois Howell, Cindy Murray, Buhha Arrington. Front row - Brenda W'illiams, Holly Abramson, Parrish Fields n ,H hiatus-.sill use 1 11 IY' 5 2, North Hall Council - L to R - Mary Beth Slevin, Laura W'cim.1r, XVcndy Mawr, Vgll Holland, Brad limes I . I L SMILE YOUR ON CANDID CAMERA!! ' P if " W' I '?'4" 27, ' vw -:2":.'- ' M iii ". A f- , .4 ' 1: : :ffm 1 ' ' . 1 HQ", ff ,Z-A Iwi f-- V- - an-...m..L 6- ,0 W3 3 .L vw ' ' '4'.".- , . is 0, ' ,. -4 2214, ..,,.. 1,41-g,fi,:'-f'.fe 3, . -.jx ' 1, w W A Q W' 1 ,' .1 45' - ' '51, - 5 iff"-3 ,f ' ' , Q.. K,-.m , L: '11 i U f ,nz Wm f z 3' A 'N Q. .----...QX ' ' :Kala Q 1 l , , ,, -V .. , -. 1 ' ' ,1:1z.- , p -mi. f - if-of , . r rg 1, .x,'pQ,.,1 , ,,. . . LL I 7,2 .1 W' . K 4.2. A -. in 'wf . . Q 't' :rv 9-114 fl"7'i1 1 Y v, -- Q- ., Aifgfaf vis ..j""l,f XX I X I -NN., 112 .,ru,.., . , N K ,Q ' lx A X X, fl, 3- 5 x 7'-Tfgti f " eftfglffifr -Q '- Q', p I QS- in . r gn..-v , 'gg .a 47. j .J - K.. an T"" X J 1 'N-s ' I 1 , ' v 9 l 4 ! I3 1 1 ' ,Yi 3 elf' N" x 1 I' U 9 0 4:- x Q I ' 5 V' w ' ' ' f' ' 'frrrfrvufvf 'fn'',"'.wf131-"T'fifmmv'vvfw2 iTT' .3,wwum5,mfw- . .gf--...v . J, mVJW5Q..' -- -. -- Iva' N, f, ,, - of- f '-'. ,' R.. Q K . Ill Ill 'ixwx i.f', ni - .ad -J f -rg, .i !' f . . v 1 , - X 11? fi ,, ,. -.."'3' gg.. We 9 4, fx Us Q I " fi " ci' ' '1' ",-r7ffTr,i-,'f-'1f1 ,i"ff7'tTr.-V . Typ-1-3:3-yyqr ww' Q L "1 L Y' .nw aff' . X... X . 'Ls' ' Nrar' v'- , '- - - 1 'E 'I x ' x I ' xl"0l ' 'Z Qf,'1L-' W W 'Q x V xx .- Yak KK 'Q . A -fL"C: 1 Q kf' new Y . From Bach to Beethoven with practice MUSIC practice and more practice . . . 'bd A r 5.. 'S- fs. n M ' 11 v X ' 4, V X - "" fd" 'j,.Q':7' .wipii 1 " NY T' in 9 QW J ruin -w. 11 r-ni jig- 1 ' ill I l nn m1 in in , -- u. f , 'X' I I, MJ x 7 5-be, V Ty--' ky ff! ' fl ' 'l64i 'K I - ' f Xxx i ' Q 1 x 'I ftzgv 1. G 'V x li , f I i Lg M ,W A X p , "H 'Q X' '- , , Qin vf lu-1-I P ' 1 Vfflf' ' ' .w1i', 19 '-+i., --V 4 ih- 'Q F! . . if . N , 9 . r X Ffa A 'Q H4 1 Q., Vi.. N Theatre The Theatre Department pro- duced three magnificant plays this year with all the skill and ex- citement as a Broadway produc- tion. The plays were "School for Scandal", "Ladyhouse Blues" and an original play with music com- posed by the students, "Lovers and Losersw. The students in the theatre de- partment must be commended for their fine work. A word to the wise, if you did not get to see the theatre at work this year make it a point to, next year!! 'Q 8- A l L 'U :r 'i ui Q a F U2 H O 4 FB E G7 D' -1 F Z 2 EL -4 3 G rn Ui rn F 'U in E.. Z 2 5' S. P F11 C fb UZ' n '11 9. D. HI-LL V.L d'IV 'H OVT-IHcI VH 'ladooj Apuam lldlvll Aqlejj 'Jalxm-L auof 'noyfeg 'llmls-WW THEATRE Y First rt-W, L to R, Ted Carlton, Becky Marshall, Mattie Barbour, Wendy Cooper. Paul Met Adcox Setonti r-fn, Brute Hatfield, Tony Pierce, jone Marshall, Evely Ford, Cathy Ballou, Joyce Garee, Virginia Evans, Steve Wehty, Phyllis Gitlin Third nm. Ralph Traxler hvin, Melody Begley, john Mills, Thomas svn' F' - 4. .' ' ',-'.,-.t ' . ' " ii ' .. . ..'v. , t ---. 1 -1. -R 0 1' 23, -.if -4 X X 15" xi' gating 7 ling - 19813 l ' -W Ear' A Spring Fling '80 brought some changes to the students at Wes- leyan from past years. This year's dance was held at the Moose Club on Friday night and it fea- tured "Roulette" for the dancing pleasure of discoers, shagers, and the like. Saturday evening brought with it a "Chickin Pickin" sponsored by our own cafeteria people, SAGA. It was held at the Rocky Mount Fiargrounds where there was plenty of room to eat, drink, throw frisbees or just plain take it easy. Although the weekend was not packed with festivities, it did prove to be an exciting one. fs- ', li 'N M I J- S' " gl 'N-- i ,. : W W I ,,- ,e AH- N. 4 .: 'Ti mi '-'Tu-v'f - q ' dvi-rf l .. Hu...-me ng, ! D 5 Faculty Roast -Y 4A -H ' 5 r ,N Lg ,i 5 ' A .x J X i A 1 its , ,,,-X I '-H ,- ,-I, . V r lx 1 X. ,ff x 1--S K Q ,ig i il 9 .,,,. , dl" 1 797' Q, u.H'1'5 xx v L -.,it' . ,Diner P4 2 'r .24 fl U u Elf, iv! 1 ' a , 4 dv The first Annual "Faculty Roast" was hcltl in thc college cufctc-rin in honor oflour former Ac.ulc-mic Dunn, Dr. Sim Wiltlc. lNlc'mlwL-rs of staff, faculty .intl cvcn stutlcnts of-fcrctl stories .intl gmmtl times that kc-pt everyone rolling in their suits. Wt-'ll all miss Dr. Wfiltlc us Dc-nn tluc to thc- f11CIfl1.lll"lC wants tn pursue his teach- ing career. lll ly ' ' " it ' in ' ' ' u -. 'ff ' A- rr 1. hbmr Lk .. 1.-' . .A,r,," 22 af-, A Ungufr-:sri K 'I It -l:.- - . 1".":fJ nr m x , lu, U ' f .4 - Mmm K , . un .f,'f!' g - ull E 3 . t'-,.g3 ini ' Uv.. E Qui .u -I " ' W-U' ' I. ,Q g ' va IE' vu l . . .Q 1 i N A. 45 lla. -L 4 ,J .xr , M lk: Eu. ., 3,v .-- gf ! x Qnggagl , , I - ' - l - 'A un- ' e .. " .rf ' " pf: , K , 15 S,-,NE 3' " ,3 , 75'if' S1 ....:...-, 1'-- .J. y r U i ' X L -.JL 3: Lia . g! 72, ...B-li 0 Q1 5 rlrjr . - f , , ',,'tl , 'Y J S- Q I v "--5' f ,:" , , ' 1 uf eg ,-' . ii, X , A.:-A I, 5' ., rj A 1 In -5-. . WF K :L in 1:50 'Wi -.fa 45. Q sf A x X., I .J 1 Mike Cross In Concert - Friday, May 2 1980 ln mise you hdppened tu hc .th- sent from the protcedings .ir Everett Gym on Ffltldl, Bldg' 1, here is what nent on, the .iudi- cnce tiled in, .tniong their ranks were followers ol' thc very t.il- ented Mike Crossg Cross stepped onstage .ind using .i comhitmtion of wit .ind niusital t.1lent he strutlx .1 hlow for tountry folk. blues mgtime hluegrass. Voicing .1pprov.il, the Audience cl.1pped t'DIhL1Sl.1SllC.1llY throughout the concert .ind ended the evening with .1 standing ovation, Mike Cross over the past few years has developed quite tl llrge following in e.1stern North C.1rolin.1. For one thing, .is .1 re- sult of his outstanding perfor- mance at NCWC that night he has gained still more to add to that follosx-ing, Overall the concert was .1 great success .and the future of other popular .irtist Concerts look like .1 much needed reality .xt NC, Wesleytin College, 1-is--rf .., in 5 -"-15.2.4 lpn- . sn ' Q. 'w- 5' :ik ,v3 f- t I . I.. pi l I bl bf: 1 , 0 V I A 'fs -ww 9 Z resin.-.raaav-. l 9 9 - 26 Debbie Allrlmn - Php, Ed. jane Batt! - Aecounting Clerk Bennie Brown - Publi: lnjirmarion 1f1'J - Reginrar R iflm ra' Da FACULTY STAFF ADMI 'hi 1 -a .I 7 4- 'S ff! -1' Cindy Arebie - Nurxing Efizalzelh Cab Q Caxhier tegrm - Englixh Paul DeGa 14 I". ff 'N V 0 -tx r V v 1 I 1 n ic 5 m Z I Q. 'E w Q Q 33 2 Q U X 31 -C' -E E -, 3. E w U 4 Q. N I : Q 5, .. Q. 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Hailey Leadership and Service Awardg Fay Pridgen, the Pilot Club Leadership Award, Connie Sanborn, the publications award, and the Student Life Award, which is presented yearly to a campus organization for out- standing contributions to the campus environment, was awarded to each of the four resi- dence halls. ,.....g...a.-.s,.-.'..-.-.....4.'.-...'......:,ne....' xinrygns, .mf-g.,:',,5g:,.:, . , Y 1' '. :yi V .' ' O i I Y , . I Q I -. aa Y P ' 29 ' Ngo - tj 'I N , ? 'B r ' Studmt Lift An.n.1 - L no R, Chxp Lhcrry. EMI Roberson. 'lov Matthews, Vu-ndx Mawr, South, A . 'Q Nash, Edgecomhc and North Halls -f" , , P . Guest bpnxkcr - Al Home . 'J Q' ' L ,- I f' U'-.:' . ,. ...,-A , .'4f I ul 7. 3- . f.,, . I . l. . A., -,' ,' , 4 ' Q 2 - . ".'i '9' x . -, - ' - . I . u B I 6" " I' ' .-wnim. , .f I , . . I 1 I X V' -- "' . 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