North Carolina Wesleyan College - Dissenter Yearbook (Rocky Mount, NC)
- Class of 1986
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Text from Pages 1 - 152 of the 1986 volume:
North Carolina Wesleyan College
301 North By-Pass
Rocky Mount, North Carolina
Founded in 1956
Associated with The United Methodist Church
Published by The Delmar Company
Are you somebody at North Carolina
What do YOU think?
Fact is, EVERYONE is someiindy at
Wesleyan. whether in class, out of
class, commuter, resident, cafeteria
worker, or baseball player, Thats just
the way Wesleyan is.
To the faculty members. who are able
to teach small classes and provide
more individualized attention, every
student at every desk is someone
different with unique abilities and
ln the dorm, among friends, watching
TV, hanging out, no one walks around
nameless or faceless, Whether the fun
is all-night talks or smuggling certain
items past the RA, it's easy to become
part ofa group you identify with,
Those groups also exist for the
commuter. as well as the resident,
Clubs, fraternities. sororities.
intramurals and campus publications
give anyone an opportunity for
personal expression plus the sense of
contributing something back to the
People are everywhere: in the hall, in
the dorm, in class, on the playing
field. lt's not hard to meet them, or
for them to meet you. It's not hard to
be somebody at Wesleyan.
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Gary Appleton and Charlie Davis enjoy
a leisurely walk on campus.
Torn Wessel and some Alpha Delta Chi
brothers act out Robert Palmer's "Ad-
dicted to Love" video in their own
unique way at the Airband contest dur-
ing Spring Fling,
Lori Lees and Beth l-lodsdon enjoy the
cookout with friends during Spring
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Fire engines, limousines . . , and the Rocky Mount
Community Bank on a flatbed truck? Nothing
unusual - just part of Wesleyan's first-ever
The parade was one of several additions to the annual
Homecoming festivities in October. Almost all of the
student organizations contributed to populate about
20 vehicles for a twice-over circuit of the campus.
Three real-live fire engines, with lights flashing and
sirens wailing, arrived from the Stony Creek Fire
Department to help celebrate the special event. The
Admissions Office showed up in fancy red
convertibles. while the fraternities, sororities and
other student organizations dressed up whatever cars
were available. The cheerleaders copped the best-
The airbandflip synch contest also debuted during
the Homecoming weekend. The contest attracted
many strange individuals to the Garber Hall stage,
iumping and gyrating and moving their lips to popular
hit tunes. The novelty of the event drew a larger-
than-expected crowd and caused one student to
comment, "I've never seen so many people at
Wesleyan in one place."
North Hall led but the rain won out at the Wild Sz
Wacky Wesleyan Games. Refereed by an uncommonly
good-looking lean Edge, the games pitted the four
dorms against each other in contests of skill and
accomplishment. Although North Hall led the contest
after the three-legged run, the sack race and the
balloon toss, rain fell and washed out the tricycle
Traditional activities, such as the dance at the Elks
Lodge and the pig pickin', tied the whole weekend
Pi Epsilon members Laura Stuis, Sonji
Grant, Cindy Bovee and Daniel Wright
show pride by entering their float in
the Homecoming Parade.
Ron Bove pauses for a picture at the Pig
Pickin' during Homecoming.
1985 Homecoming queen, Lori Black-
burn rides to the Homecoming soccer
games in the Homeroming parade with
Tami Hults. candidate. and Anita Bai-
ley, 1984 Homecoming queen,
The Alpha Delta llhi brothers. get a ride
to the llonit-cioming stiff:-r ganies on
their float in the Homenoniing Parade
Homecoming queen contestants, kim
Huskins and Debbie Bounds anticzipate
the Homecoming proriessional while
riding to the soccer field in the Home-
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the dancing and atmosphere of the the Homecoming dance-
Elks club during the Homecoming
The Cheerleaders winning float '
carries them to the Homecoming
soccer games to cheer the teams on.
1985's Homecoming Queen
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lfffts nirin:-y at tlwviilr.iiiv1-Uflliv
Ellxs club during tliv llrmivirmiiiiiiyg
Honitwomiiig L'lL1f'PI'l Lori Blat ltlmrri
gms a hug from lwr Pscort. Brian
Nu Gamma Phi Pscorls some of
thefir little sisters in thv Hmm:-fc rim-
to the Humocztmiing suv-
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A ritzy, glitzy, high-flying evening of glamor was seen at
Wesleyan's first Winter Ball, held at the Carleton House in
Rocky Mount. The night of dinner and dance caused the
men to break out their tuxedos and led the ladies to show
off their beautiful evening dresses. fAfter seeing friends
in their T-shirts and jeans every day it was, well, nice to
see how good they looked all dressed up.J
White cloths draped over the dinner tables and the soft
glow of candlelight enhanced the atmosphere. A photog-
rapher circled the room taking pictures that everyone
wanted to see.
Although the evening was officially over at 12:30 a.m.,
some enthusiastic souls took out a suite in the hotel and
carried the party upstairs. Quite a night.
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Nikki Berry enjoying her dinner,
RESIDENT DIRECTORS: Dorothy
Phifer. Iim Van Roekel, and Pamela
Derrick having a "ball."
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Craig Wisnie-wsky and Tiana Haskins:
What a pair!
Libby Birdsong and Doc Berry - It's
not hard to understand why vou'ro
April blew into town with a chill and fouled up sev-
eral plans for Wesleyan's annual Spring Fling. Luckily,
the weather turned warm later and allowed several
events to take place.
An outdoor concert by "Full House" was moved in-
side but its Top 40 sounds warmed up the crowd. The
Beach Party, though, was canceled. Later, on a warmer
day, Lori Blackburn and Chris Holbrook were named
the Mudfest Queen and King. Even though the ring of
spectators drew further and further back as the Mud-
fest went on, some lucky bystanders were dragged in
and joined the contest as it raged on.
But the Beach Party: still canceled.
Another airband contest drew outstanding perform-
ers: Sigma Pi took home a S75 first prize for their "Su-
perbowl Shufflef' the Blues Brothers took second, and
Will AIlen's striptease was hard to forget, though many
The Beach Party? Yup. Canceled.
Beach Party: postponed.
Surfs up for the Spring Fling Mudfest. '
Onlookers await the start of the 1986 H
Craig and Ken "Blues." The Blues
Brothers do it again.
Steve, Anne. Timmy and Marx' iiren'l
worried about mud, Ihey'll SHOIVI' il
Charlie Georges 8: Band rock the
Crowd at the lip sync contest
Kim and Randy getting into the music. Look out Chicago. here comes the Wes-
leyan Bear Shuffie.
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Chris Holbrook enjoys the "thrill of
victory" at the Spring Fling Mudfest.
Libby and Lori load up.
Some of the girls enjoy the Spring Fling
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Tina, Iulie, and Krystal find time to
spend with a special friend.
At Wesleyan, just about everybody knows
everybody else. It's a well-known fact that
few secrets can be kept in this small town
atmosphere. But living in this small commu-
nity, this network of people has its advan-
tages. Like when you need to find a "miss-
ing" friend, it's not long before someone will
say "Oh yeah, I saw him walking down to-
wards Student Life." And when you're crav-
ing a sub from Farm Fresh, all you have to do
is knock on a few doors and you've got a car
load of people ready to join you for a mid-
There is a special kind of camaraderie on
this small campus. Sometimes people joke
about "Camp Wesleyan."
But Wesleyan is a place where students
feel close to each other, and learn together
while having fun.
Shamil Salah checks to make sure ev-
erything is tied down.
Graham prepares for the long distance
"l just dont know says 'Sleepy as he
counsels Kenny Anderson
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house!" exclaims Penny
Russell and Anthony take a time out
from practicing in the gym.
ul' 3-, , Helen still prays for elevators!
Mike calling, "Mom, I need money!"
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Postmaster Ron Bove slots letters from
home and beyond into student mail
boxes early in the a.m.
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lane likes Kenny T-H-I-S much,
Robbie and Lori dance the night away.
Ioe checks to make sure the
Gary supports the party idea strongly
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Bill and Katie celebrate the luck of the Irish.
Tom and Barrv prepare to prg out on a sub at
Wendv congratulates Sleepv as she
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The guvs from South call thrs partv a Success
"Superbasketball . . . substitute . . .
here we go . . . jump shop." Sound fa-
miliar? Anyone who ever visited Wes-
leyan's game room would instantly rec-
ognize those words that emanate from
the Superbasketball video game. The
game room was a favorite place to hang
out before and after meals for video
junkies, or just for people who want to
play a game of ping pong or pool.
For students who enjoy more phys-
ical activities, there was always some-
thing going on. Like a pick-up game of
football or tennis baseball around Nash
or a softball game in front of Edge-
The co-ed softball game between the
two opposite ends of campus proved to
be a favorite event. The rivalry contin-
ued as Nash and North Halls battled it
out on the softball field against South
and Edgecombe. The game came down
to the final inning, and South-Edge-
combe prevailed, taking home the win-
ning team's prize: Homecoming tee-
Special rules like having the guys
and girls hold hands as they ran the
bases together make the game a fun
way of continuing the competition be-
tween the rival ends of campus.
Brian, Bill and Rcbbie pose for publicity
The refined South-Edgecombe co-ed softball The equally refined Nash-North co-ed softball
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Terry Ward stares in disbelief while acting as ref
for the inter-dorm three-legged race competition
Robbie watches his grand slam fly over Nash
Tony awaits the moment of truth.
Students dance to the sounds of "Full House"
during Spring Fling.
Greg figures it's a lot easier to play video baske-t4
bail than the live- action.
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Kenny Bowers has fun on his skateboard.
Scott Preston shows off his batting style
Derek Francis tries his hand at Ms. PAC-MAN.
lack Martine changes sports to pick up
a softball game.
'1'onyHoneycuttgets ready for a move
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Strokes Wacky Wesleyan Day events
Derek Francis searches for just the right
channel on the big-screen TV
NASH RESIDENT ASSISTANTS: Derek
Francis, Felipe Kaisin, Andy Wright, Mike
Thomas Taylor involved in his RA training. '
Naraine working on his folder.
Dave "Red" Bailey telling Derek Francis a story
NORTH RESIDENT ASSIST.-XNTS Cheryl Tuttle,
Kim Huskins a
Kim Ross,k1m Huskms,TerryHardtsun, Helen Carr
TerryHard1son tells Dorothy Phifer about the
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Edgecombe RA's taking a break. Liz Carroll,
Kori Townsend, Cindy Bovee, Wendy Elks,
Lisa Nelson looking for some more pictures
for her collage at the RA Retreat.
Cindy Bovee explaining what Pamela Derrick is
wearing at an RA Retreat Activity
Liz Carroll and Cindy Bovee listening atten-
tively to what Iim VanRoeke1 has to say
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SOUTH RESIDENT ASSISTANTS: Daniel
Wright, lim Hart, Mike Gouge, David Ford
and Resident Director George Morse
loe Ganci and David Ford having fun at the
Daniel Wright, George Morse. David Gruver
taking a break at the RA Retreat.
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Iohn Hartigan serving lim Hart and Mike Couge
at the RA Dinner.
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Commuter students don't have to
deal with campus power outages, wak-
ing up only to find that there's no hot
water in the residence hall, or eating
cafeteria food. But they do have to face
high gas bills, the monotonous drive
down 301 by-pass, traffic, and finding a
place to hang out between classes. And
it can be difficult for commuters to get
to know other students since they lack
the immediate companionship that
resident students find in the dorms.
It may be more challenging for com-
muting students to get involved on
campus and make friends, but many
commuters make the extra effort. Dur-
ing the past year, commuters contribut-
ed a great deal to various campusorga-
nizations including Phi Beta Lambda,
the Student Activities Committee, and
Ann Margaret Rowland curls up to study be-
Dixie Blume catches up on the news.
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Steve Lancaster and Darlene Mims wave
atttlhe crowds during the Homecoming Pa-
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Lloyd Watts decides to take the ball off
his opponents hand.
Mary D'Eredita going for the spike
Robin Brooks goes for the rebound.
Under head coach Tony Ferrell, the men's soccer team
racked up another winning season-going 12-6-1 and fin-
ishing second in the Dixie Conference. The Bishops started
off the season stumbling to a 1-3 record before recovering
and posting four wins in a row.
The winning record for the season was even more im-
pressive since the Bishops suffered losses to Division I
clubs such as: Old Dominion, William Sr Mary and Duke.
The Bishops also lost to eventual Division HI national
Individual-wise. two Bishops earned post-season hon-
ors. Senior Scott Preston became the first N.C. Wesleyan
soccer player ever to earn All-American honors while
sophomore Greg Armand picked up All-South notices.
Sept. 6 defeated N.I. Tech 1-08
Sept. lost Lynchburg Z-04
Sept. lost Duke 3-0
Sept. lost Greensboro -0
Sept defeated Pembroke St. 4-2
Sept defeated Pfeiffer 3-Zo!-u
Sept defeated E. Carolina 3-Oofo
Sept defeated Methodist -0
Sept lost Old Dominion -O'
Sept lost William 8: Mary -0'
Oct. defeated Roanoke 3-1
Oct. defeated Va. Wesleyan -0
Oct. tied Christopher N. 2-2
Oct. defeated Francis Marion 5-0
Oct. defeated St. Andrew 4-0
Oct. defeated High Point 2-1
Oct. defeated Averett 4-3
Nov lost UNC-Greensboro 3-1
Nov defeated East Carolina 4-1
8Blue Ridge Tournament in Lynchburg, Va.
0foN.C. Wesleyan Invitational in Rocky Mount. NC
'Harbor Front Classic in Norfolk, Va.
Mike Morgan goes for the side line save.
Llans Thelwell fights to gain control
M985 NCWC MEN'S SOCCER TEAM: Front Row: Left to Right: Will Allen, Iohn Golding, Craig Wisniewsky, Scott Preston. Second Row: Mike Morgan.
l'Derek Francis. Doug Nesbitt, Bill Tully, Ken Bulkin, Llans Thelwell. Third Row: Charles Georges, Iason Barrios, Shamil Salah, Tom Mitchell, Eric
lichrieber, Dwight Campbell, Keith Bauer. Iames Harris, Gary Divelbiss, Willie Crawford. Back Row: lim Hart, Kenny Bowers, Tom Wessel, Mark Crum.
g1Greg Armand, Graham Stewart, Iohn Duggan, Tim Duffy.
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First-year coach Roland Paiva found the combination of
a rugged schedule and the loss of many key players a tough
duo to handle as the Bishops finished the women's soccer
season at 4-8.
N.C. Wesleyan found the going tough as three quality
Division l teams dotted the schedule. and other fine Divi-
sion II and lll clubs were close behind.
Chris Shaltis provided the scoring punch for the Bishops
as she racked up nine goals and three assists on the season.
All-Dixie Conference standout Mary Berry was second on
the club in scoring with four goals and four assists. Another
All-Conference performer. Anne Benson. provided the
Bishops their solid defense.
Sept. defeated Warren lMlson College 6-0
Sept. lost Randolph-Macon 1-0
Sept. lost Methodist College 5-1
Sept. lost N.C. State 7-0
Sept. lost Barry University 7-0
Oct. defeated Wrginia Wesleyan 5-3
Oct. defeated Guilford 4-Z
Oct. lost Methodist College 5-0
Oct. lost Wrginia Methodist 2-1
Oct. lost Radford 10-0
Oct. defeated Guilford 4-1
Nov. lost U. of Maryland 7-0
Head Coach Roland Paiva.
Christine Shaltis making the effort for control of the ball
1985 NCXYC WOXTENS SOCCER TEAM: Front Row
Christine Shaltis. Back Row: Coach-Roland Paiva,
1Lef1 to Right, Sara Livelsburger. Sue Hitt. Tressa Simmons. Dora Los.L1sa Nelson. Kon Townsend
Anne Benson, Mary Berry, Sue Miller. Patty Duggan. Iulie Koenecke. Manager-Xhke Trubx
Sue Hitt trying to maintain control of the dribble.
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It was a disappointing season for the volleyball squad as the
Bishops posted a 4-24 record, but yet managed to stay out of
the Dixie Conference cellar.
The Bishops posted wins over Averett in the Dixie Confer-
ence during the season, but racked up a handful of close losses
to other conference schools.
Iunior Mary D'Eredita was named the team's Most Valuable
Player as the former All-Dixie Conference player sparked the
Bishops' offense all season.
D'Eredita and Sharon Fitzpatrick were two of the confer-
ence leaders in digs during the season while Ann Wright was a
leader in blocks.
SepL11 defeated Averett 15-12 15-8 3-15 15-1
Sepua 1051 Guilford 15-3 15-6
56131.13 lost ElOI1 15-9 B-15 15-8
59131.15 lost UNC-G 15-7 15-2 15-4
SepL18 lost ECU 15-6 15-4 15-4
S0pr.z1 1051 M.Wa5h. 15-4 15-3
SepL21 lost Gettysbxu-g 15-5 16-14
Sepr.21 lost W Mary 15-4 15-1
SepL23 lost GC 15-6 15-6 15-11
Sepr.25 lost CNC 15-11 15-10 15-7
SepL28 lost Meredith 15-9 15-2
Sept.2B defeated Salem 15-7 15-4
SepL28 no decision Methodist 15-10 4-15
Oct. 1 defeated Averett 15-10 15-7 15-3
Oct 2 lDSi UNC-C 15-10 15-3 15-9
OCL 3 lost Meredith 15-11 15-12 15-5
Oct 4 lDSl SI. Andrews 15-6 15-10 15-7
Oct B lost MeLl10diS! 15-10 11-15 15-6 15-12
Oct. 10 lOSI CNC 14-16 15-11 15-6 15-7
Oct 15 lost ECU 15-1 7-15 15-11 12-15 15-2
OCL 17 lOSt Methodist 15-13 15-5 13-15 11-15 15-7
OCL 21 lost SL Andrews 15-5 15-7 15-11
Oct. 24 lost GC 15-3 15-7 15-8
Oct Z4 defeated Meredith 15-12 16-14
OCL 25 lost UNC-Asche. 15-2 15-12
Oct. 25 l0SI VVinLh.r0p 14-16 15-12 15-7
Oct. 25 1051 Baptist 15-4 15-11
OCT.. 26 lost UNC-W 15-4 15-11
NUM 1 lwt CNC 15-11 15-10 15-2
Wendy Elks making the extra effort at the
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Tammy Pace gets behind the ball for a good dig
1985 NCXNC XOLLEYBALL TEAN1 Front Rom Left to Rlght Iuhe Zlmmer Ann Hrxght Dodx Iohnson Tammx Pace Debbie Hard Back Rom lox Rox
1 Vtendv Elks Sharon Fltzpalnck Marx DEred1ta Coach Duane Scherzer
Mary D Eredlta showrng her power and slwle
Coach Scherzer loolung on xsllh amazement
The Battling Bishops' basketball team racked up a 20-
win season under first-year coach Jeff Reynolds, and
captured the regular season title in Dixie Conference
Led by senior Daniel Wright and freshman Chris
Bratcher, the Bishops rolled through conference play-
clinching the title with a 69-59 win over St. Andrews in
the season's finale.
However, in post-season play the Bishops were not so
lucky ln the Dixie Conference Tournament, the Bish-
0 s were dropped by Christopher Newport in the finals.
Tien, N.C. Wesleyan was overlooked for NCAA Tour-
Individjual-wise, Wright became the N.C. Wesleyan
all-time leading scorer while fellow senior lack Martine
finished as the No. 3 scorer.
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It Pickle Classic, Mount Olive, N.C.
" DIAC Tournament, Laurinburg, N.C.
Chris Bratcher taking control of the
ball as David Ford looks on.
Douglas Hunt reaches high to obtain his goal.
Iohn Brackett flying high for the rebound
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1985-6 NCWC MENS BASKETBALLTEAM: From Row: Left to Right. Manager-Wesley Stanley. David Gruver. lack Martine. David Ford. Chris Bratcher.
Chris Hughes. Statistician Tom Rivers. Back Row: Assistant Coach-Stephan Allen. Russell Shrewsbury. Douglas Hunt. Lloyd Watts. Chuck Hoffman. lohn
Brackett. Mark Radford, Daniel Wright. Anthony Washington, Coach-Ieff Reynolds.
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North Carolina Wesleyan women's basketball squad
wrapped up its best season ever on its 10th anniversa-
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ry-posting a 15-9 record.
The Bishops also had their best finish ever in post-
season play as N. C. Wesleyan was the runner-up in the
Dixie Conference Tournament-knocking off national-
ly ranked Wrginia Wesleyan in the semifinals. Iunior
Robin Brooks paced the Bishops all season as she aver-
aged 20.3 points per game and grabbed 10.7 rebounds.
She was among the national leaders in both categories
during the season. Brooks was also named first team
Head coach Laura Ferrell guided the Bishops to the
Lady Flames Tournament title to start off the season.
and got inspired play from Bev Armstrong and Cynthia
Innes during the season on the offensive end.
QNOM 22 defeated Bowie State OT 75-70
CQJNQV. 23 defeated Liberty U. 69-66
Dec. 4 defeated Methodist 61-60
Dec. 6 defeated Emory and Henry 66-62
Dec. 7 lost Roanoke 73-54
Dec. 7 lost Va. Wesleyan 71-57
Ian. 9 lost Liberty U. 70-59
Ian. 11 defeated Averett 92-53
Ian. 14 lost Campbell 75-54
Ian. 16 defeated St. Andrews 57-48
Ian. 18 defeated Mt. Olive 75-70
Ian. 21 lost C. Newport 70-60
Ian. 23 lost Va. Wesleyan 93-70
Ian. 26 lost UNC-Greensboro B5-82
Ian. 29 defeated Averett 91-46
Feb. 4 defeated Greensboro C. 75-55
Feb. 6 defeated St. Andrews 79-69
Feb. 11 defeated C. Newport 75-58
Feb. 13 defeated Methodist 72-62
Feb. 15 lost UNC-Greensboro 86-59
8Feb. 18 defeated Greensboro C. 71-49
1tFeb. 21 defeated Va. Wesleyan 75-67
a'tFeb. 22 lost C. Newport 66-62
QLady Flames Tourney in Lynchburg, Va.
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Robin Brooks and Gordon Finney before the
Penny Brown with a drive to the basket
1985-6 NCWC WOMENS BASKETBALL TEAM: Front Row: Left to Right: Paulette Turner. Carla Winstead, Penny Brown, Christine Shaltls Bexerlx
Armstrong. Back Row: Robin Brooks, Iackie Butler, Pamela Miller, Terri Turner, Cynthia Iones.
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Cynthia Iones and Penny Brown team up on de-
fense to get the ball,
Robin Brooks going for two.
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Head Coach Mike Fox led the Bat-
tling Bishops' baseball team to another
record-breaking season as N.C. Wes-
leyan posted a school-record 39 wins
on the season.
With an overall mark of 39-7, the
Bishops posted a number of top wins
over the season including wins over Di-
vision I clubs such as Duke, Wake For-
est, UNC-Charlotte and UNC-Wil-
Led by catcher Paul Prisco, who bat-
ted .406 with 14 homers, the Bishops
batted a fine .325 as a team with Roy
Hill setting a record for most doubles in
a season with 22.
On the mound, Mike Siciliano and
Frankie Moore paced the Bishops all
season with a 9-2 and 11-2 record re-
his career record with the Bishops was
boosted to an outstanding 146-34-2.
The Bishops also earned their sixth
consecutive trip to NCAA post-season
play-losing out in the South Regional
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cut as fans and players
lim Provenzano comes up
with the ball at first as Vir-
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Barbour, Richard Derricot. Kevin Rose, Russell Dail. Roy Hill, Dennis Lynch. Charlie Flowers. lim Provenzano. Sleepy Thomas Taylor,
Gene Sanguinetti, Garry Ormsby, Gary Blackwell, Mark Silletti. Charles Davis, David Ferrell. Bob O'Brien, Coach Mike Fox Back: Gary
Appleton, Frankie Moore, Mike Siciliano.
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Coming off a losing season in 1985,
the North Carolina Wesleyan softball
squad rebounded for a 23-15 year and
bolted into the national rankings. Roll-
ing out to a fast start, the Bishops were
ranked 19th in the nation in a 1nid-sea-
son poll and rode the arms of pitchers
Sharon Fitzpatrick and Debbie Bounds
to a 20-9 Dixie Conference record.
In the hitting department, Debbie
Ward paced the Bishops with a .397
average while freshman Dody Iohnson
batted .353 in leading N.C. Wesleyan in
RBI's with 32.
First-year coach Diane Scherzer
turned in a banner coaching effort on
the season as she molded a small squad
of 10 players into a winning combina-
Coach Scherzer: "Well, that's the way we say it in
Sharon Fitzpatrick going for a base hit.
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Scherzer Wands Elks Dodx Iohnson Sharon FIIZPBUICK Debbxe Hard Niar 9 Plabta
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Bauk Row Coach
After going winless last year, the
men's tennis team racked up a 2-11 re-
cord this season under first-year coach
Despite the record, the Bishops
knocked off Division II Elizabeth City
State and beat conference foe Method-
ist College while losing a few close
A strong cast of players occupying
the 1-2-3 spots kept the Bishops com-
petitive all season with seniors Barry
Nethercutt and Billy White and sopho-
more Tom Rivers.
Tom Rivers and Barry Nethercutt
take a break between matches.
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A very talented and enthusiastic
cheerleading squad kept spirits high
during Wesleyan basketball games.
This year's squad, larger than in recent
years, worked many long hours per-
fecting difficult stunts and jazzy dance
routines. The girls managed to work to-
gether successfully throughout the
cheering season to prepare not only for
the rigors of performing chants, stunts,
and cheers throughout the basketball
games, but also for the cheerleading
competition. All the squad's hard work
paid off, as the cheerleaders captured
an impressive runner-up trophy in the
Wesleyan Cheerleaders are excited about their
runner-up performance in the Conference
The Cheerleading Squad along with advisor Ra-
chel Dormagen display their pride along with the
trophy they won in the cheerleading competi-
1985 B6 NCXXC CHEERLEADINC bQL AD Front Rom Left to Rlght Leelex Freeman Rhonda Sharpe Dlane Cxasfa 'wirddle Ron Irbbx Brrdsong Lorl
Lees Ixrxstal Crutrhfreld Back Ron Beth Hodsdon buzanne Paxne
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The 1985-86 Athletic Banquet was held April
23rd in the campus cafeteria. Coach Fox, Athlet-
ic Director, began the evening. He repeatedly
praised the overall effectiveness of the program
and how proud he and all of the coaches were of
all Wesleyan athletes. Students from all nine var-
sity sports were present. Each coach spoke on
hisfher respective team and made various
awards. The night was full of memories for many
students and coaches. Scottie Preston became
NCWC's first men's soccer All-American. He was
also named MVR Basketball Coach Ieff Reynolds
was named DIAC Coach of the Year in his first
year at Wesleyan. The big awards of the evening
lackie Butler and Llans Thelwell: Female and
Male Student Athletes of the Year and to Robin
Brooks and Mike Siciliano: Female and Male
Athletes of the Year. MVP awards were presented
to: Mary D'EIreditafVolleyball: Cathy Deyo X Soft-
ball: Patty DugganfWomen's Soccer: Robin
Brooks X Women's Basketball: Billy White f Ten-
nis: Lloyd WattsfMen's Basketball: Scottie Pres-
tonfMen's Soccer: and Lesley FreemanfCheer-
Robin Brooks-Female Athlete ofthe Year: Llans
Thelwell-Male Student Athleteg Iackie But-
ler-Female Student Athleteg Mike Siciliano-
Male Athlete of the Year.
MOST VALUABLE PLAYERS: Front Row: Left to
Right: Mary D'Eredita-Volleyball, Kathy
Deyo-Softball. Patty Duggan-Women's Soccer.
Leslie Freeman-Cheerleader. Robin Brooks-
Wornen's Basketball. Back Row: Scott Preston-
Men's Soccer, Bill White-Men's Tennis, Lloyd
Coach Mike Fox presents the Male Athlete of the
Year Award to Mike Siciliano.
Wesleyan Athletes enjoying the Athletic Ban-
Damel Wnght gomg for a goal as
opponents hopelessly look on
Safe or Out?
Coach Laura Ferrell instructing
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Is it this music or the material that has Crystal
holding her head?
A very typical Braswell lobby huddle
Craig Wisniewsky finds the best position
Kathy Deyo and Felicia Kennedy make name
Steve Lancaster looks after his recruits,
Lisa Cummings checks in new freshmen,
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Don Scalf and lean Edge celebrate service
Gail Felton, alumnus and Founders' Day
FOGD SER ICE
lim Provenzano learns the hard way
Sue Witt and Stacy Schofield probe the myste-
Ron Epps enters data,
The Importance of Being Earnest by O
members: Mike Brown, Claire Gilchrist,
Shepard, and Tim Taylor.
scar Wilde and directed by Chuck Ackerman. Cast
Tami I-Iults, Steve McEachern, Deena Monchick, Sara
9 ' Come Blow Your Horn by Neil Simon and
-, directed by Chuck Ackerman, Cast: Mike
Brown, Bobby Price, Ioy Roy, Sara Shepard.
, Pat Vyas, and Iulie Zimmer.
Iansen, Belvin, and Rodman trio
Ron Rodman and friends rock Doc's
Showalter, Belvin, and Rodman
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and Liza Papich
The Wesleyan Singers
Hernan Murno conducts
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Recipients of Who's Who In American Col-
leges and Universities
Donna Smith accepts Peo-
p1e's Bank award in business
administration and econom-
Marsha Sharpe receives Al-
gernon Sydney Sullivan
Award from Dr. Petteway
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Mike Dolliver, president of Sigma Pi, accepts
Student Life Organization of the year award
from Dr. Makita.
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.X The Presidents Cup awardee. Cheryl Tuttle
One of the many representatives confers with
a student on career opportunities.
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Dixie Blume at IRS display
Wendy ElkS.ROl'1 Bove. and Dr, Fritz look over
Wesleyan Alumni turn over keys to van for
Doc Berry exults over new snack bar equip- ,
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visiting student on a tour of the library
Alpha Delta Chi Fralernity President Steve
Scalzi announces the names of their new
pledges in the cafeteria.
Sigma Pi brothers and their new pledges
Sigma Phi Delta Sisters celebrate Rush
The Ambassadors worked through
the Admissions Office and provided
voluntary assistance in guiding pro-
spective students through the campus.
They also served as hosts and hostesses
during Fall and Spring Visitation days.
Omicron Delta Kappa, the National
Leadership Honorary sponsored sever-
al activities including a forum on stu-
dent retention, and a discussion of Al-
ice Wa1ker's The Color Purple.
Phi Eta Sigma, the national college
scholastic honor society for freshmen.
raised S200 in order to provide tutors
for NCWC students in eight different
academic areas. Eleven new members
were inducted to bring the total mem-
bership to thirty-three.
The student program of NCAE is an
organization for prospective teachers.
The group had 17 members this year.
Activities included participation in
state workshops, attending the annual
convention, and sponsoring an Educa-
tion Week activity.
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Phi Beta Lambda, the national busi-
ness organization, planned a full
schedule of activities for the year, in-
cluding raising money for the Diabetes
Association, donating food and cloth-
ing to the needy and sponsoring sever-
The Interfraternity Council took on
an active leadership role in coordinat-
ing the activities of the Greek organiza-
tions. Their efforts were especially
helpful during Rush, as the Greek fra-
ternities and sororities experienced
one of the most successful rush weeks
in recent years.
Left to rightg Suzanne Payne, Donna Smith, Terry Ward ladvisorl, Cathy Iohnson, George Morse, Susan
Hale, Dell Lewis.
Left to right: David Lanlois, Bryan Clayback, Mark Crum, Elizabeth Carroll, Mike Dolliver.
CF and BSU
Wesleyan Christian Fellowship and
the Baptist Student Union have tradi-
tionally been small groups of students
involved in sharing the ideals ot Chris-
tian Fellowship. WCP activities includ-
ed a studentffaculty volleyball game
and Hunger Awareness week, Both
WCF and BSU met for lunch in the
cafeteria after chapel each Tuesday.
The Student Activities Committee
helped to plan campus-wide social and
recreational activities for the Wesleyan
Community. Events planned by the
committee included the Welcome Back
Dance, Homecoming Week Activities.
the Wesleyan Vtinter Ball, and Spring
Left to right: Dora Los, Lori Blackburn, layne Iones. Libby Birdsong. Hope Brown 'xo'
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Iones, Dody Johnson, Kim Breheim, Katie Larkin, Dora Los, and Kim Huskins.
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New members of Sisters in Society, a Wesleyan service organization in its second
year, receive roses following initiation. Front: Beth Hodsdon, Ioy Roy, Lesley
Freeman. Back: Cindy Bovee, Kim Breheim, Nikki Berry, Cindy Harrell.
9 Cindy Bovee, Kori Townsend. and Daniel Wright at the Volunteers for Youth all-
night lock-in in the gym. Getting any sleep?
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Dody Iohnson saying
Lori Lees and her friend in VFY get-
ting ready for alittle sleep during the
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The brotherhood of ALPHA DELTA
CHI, established in 1967, was orga-
nized for the purpose of promoting stu-
dent interest in college and community
projects. In the spring semester, the
brothers sponsored a very successful
Rock-A-Thon to raise money for the
Rocky Mount-Nash Mental Health
Center. During the football season, Al-
pha Delta Chi is known for selling hot
dogs within the dorms. Next year, the
brothers are planning to get involved in
a variety of campus and community
Steve and Marge enjoying the party.
Where are the pledges?
Little sister Elaine Palmer anxiously awaits do-
nations for our Rock-A-Thou.
Bottom Row: Cindy Braley, Marge Piasta, Laura Stuis Iholding Brutusl. Anne Benson. Elaine Palmer.
Steve Scalzi. Middle: Chuck Adams, Iohn Hartigan, Mark Crum, loe Ganci, Bryan Claybaclt, and Will
Allen. Top: lim Hart, Tom Wessel, Charlie Georges, and lason Barrios.
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The AAX gang at dinner.
The Brotherhood of NU GAMMA
PHI, the second social fraternity to be
organized on the Wesleyan campus,
was chartered in 1967. In 1987 the fra-
ternity will celebrate its twentieth an-
niversary. As in the past, the brothers
continue to promote student interest in
community and college events. Several
of the events the fraternity participates
in include the Red Cross blood drive
and the ECU volleyball marathon for
Steve Green, Nikki Berry and Greg Williams
cheese for the camera.
Larry Thompson and Steve Frick: Here we are
Iulie Koeneclne and Greg Williams gi:ltingLlf,me at
l Nu Gamma Phi party.
Mike Trubey. Pete Bosen, Greg Williams. and
Mark Immler prepare for Rush,
Little Sisters Ioy Roy and Nikki Berry arm in arm
lames Harris and Greg Williams: Is it morning
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Pi Epsilon, Wesleyan's first sorority,
was founded in 1968 to give its mem-
bers opportunities to get involved in
campus and community events. Last
year, Pi Epsilon catered for campus
events, collected clothes for donation,
and hosted a variety of Movie Nights.
Among the members, there are sisters
who have been named to the National
Dean's List, Who's Who in American
Colleges and Universities, and are on
the Wesleyan Dean's List. Next year, Pi
Epsilon is planning to get involved in
more campus and community events.
Pi Epsilon Sisters announce the pledge class of
1986. L to R: Lisa Nelson, Jo Anne Strickland,
Sonji Grant sitting on Laura Stuis, Aisha Ahmed,
Liz Carroll, Penny Brown tpledgel, Cindy Bovee.
Pi Epsilon Little Brothers showing off with
style. L to R: Daniel Wright, Will Allen, Ioe
Ganci, Daryll Smalls.
Everyone wants to get into the picture at Pi
Epsilon's Annual Christmas Party L to R:
Aisha Ahmed, Ioe Canci. Back L to R: Liz
Carroll, Io Anne Strickland, Will Allen, Lisa
Nelson, Laura Stuis.
Laura Stuis and Cindy Bovee cleaning up after a
HE movie night.
Pi lzpsilon helps out at the Speeifil Olympus
Lisa "Spook" Hendricks, Somi "Shorty Rotlf
Grant. Sue "Plunger" Witt. Lisa "Inspector lil"
Nelson, Lou "Crusher" Ziglar, Tami "EwolU'
Pace, Daniel "Bear" Wright,
The Pi E4MolJile is all decorated for the
Homecoming Parade. L to R: Marnie Ayers
lspectatorl, Liz "I,R." Carroll, Daniel "Bear"
Wright, Cindy "Instigator" Bovee,
The REAL Aisha "Momma Mia" Ahmed,
Laura Waste It Stuis on the phone ACAINU'
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Sigma Phi Delta Sorority, founded
with the purpose of establishing a
sisterhood to encourage friendship
and the sharing of common life
goals, celebrated its 15th year on the
Wesleyan campus, The sorority's
1985-86 activities included Rocky
Mount community service projects,
hosting the annual Wesleyan Wom-
en's Tea, and raising funds through
Kim Ross, Lori Lees. Sara Livelsberger, and
Kristal Crutchfield clowning around.
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pledges after the cafeteria announcement.
Lori Lees and Diane Ciasca show that Sigma
Phi Delta love.
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Delta Rush party.
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Sigma Pi, Zeta Sigma Chapter, be-
came Wesleyan's first national fraterni-
ty on April 5, 1986 as they were in-
stalled as the Zeta Sigma Chapter on
the Wesleyan College campus. The fra-
ternity had its beginnings as the Pi
Kappa Omega fraternity and with hard
work-including many community
service projects-achieved the status it
has today The fraternity, which re-
ceived the Student Life Organization of
the Year award, promotes brotherhood,
leadership, and general enthusiasm for
Wesleyan Student Life.
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Front Row left to right: Mike Hilton, Ieff Gates, Tom Stuhblefield, Bobby Price,
Frank Warecke, Bill McGee, Robbie Pollock. Back Row: Mike Dolliver, Mike
Ciasca, Barry Nethercutt, Robert Bumgardner, Jamie Thorne, Mike Walters.
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Sigma Pi Brothers pose with National officers at the National Chartering Banquet
held at the Carleton House on April 5, 1986.
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Data Processing Physical Education
Ioyce K. Bonomo Dr. Marshall Brooks
Public Information Education
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Charles E Ackerman
Erwin "Doc" Berry
Food Service and Hotel Management
Michael E. Brown
Curtis O. Batchelor
Buildings and Grounds
Lionel L. Bishop
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Debra B. Chilton
Dr, Karen R. Carney Dr Christian B Carstens
Dewey C Clark Patricia A, Cerjan
Dr. George B Connell
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College Store English
Ronald L. Edwards
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Director of Housing
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Richard B. Dollar
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Larue L, Elliott
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T. Anthony Ferrell
Edna C Farmer
Dr Kenneth V Finney
Dr Steven Ferehee
Ann Kmg Fleming
C Michael Fox
Laura B Ferrell
Dr Lmdal Flowers
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Dean of the College
Dr. Douglas I, Goodwin
Dr, Allen S. Iohnson
History and Geography
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Dr. David A. Iones
Vice President for Finance
Francis R. Harrison
loyce D. Kestler
Dr Robert E Lxttle
Vhlma K McClure
Valene L Melcher
Elame M Lvtton
Patncxa D MCKEHZIE
Dr Randolph B Monchtck
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Katherine M. Owens
Evening and Extension
Susan W Morris
Assistant to the Dean
Melvin I. Oliver, Ir.
Carl A, Pagles
Dean of Admissions
Dr. Himanshoo V Navangul
Rowland A. Paiva
Dorothy A. Phifer
Director of Student Activities
Ronald W. Rodman
Sylvia C. Parker
Carolyn E. Quigley
Corbitt B. Rushing
Adiunct instructor of French
Ieffrey Lee Reynolds
Donald L. Scalf
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Controller English Computer Studies
Lisa M. Singletary
Learning Resource Center
Dr. Mary Lou Steed
C. Clifton Sullivan
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Dr. Mark W Wethington Randy Wheeless
Campus Minister Sports Information Director
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Carrie Graham Gwen Griffin
Donald Grigley Mark Griseck Rohan Naraine tells us the proper way to set off a fire extinguisher.
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Patricia Iansen Cathy lohnson
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lim Oglesby Ieffrey Ormond
Reginald Ponder Scott Preston
George Revis Bruce Rice
Kim Ross Malinda Sanders
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THE 1985-1986 DISSENTER
IS DEDICATED TO
DR. S. BRUCE PETTEWAY
PRESIDENT OF THE COLLEGE
1975 TO 1986
With all the powers of your body concentrated
hand on the tiller,
All the powers of your mind concentrated on
beyond the horizon, .
You laugh as the salt spray catches your
second of rest
Before a new wave-
Sharing the happy freedom of 'the
who share your
Elizabeth Carroll-Editor 998' JB
We are grateful to all those who assisted in the com-
pletion ofthe annual. A special thanks goes to Mike 'f Q0 636,04
Brown whose writing, photos and dark room were so ,N
important, and to Cindy Bovee, Kori Townsend, I.C. 0
Chadwick and to the Student Life staff.
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