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Page 201 text:
Senior Crimson Tide members: FRONT ROW: D. D. Benson, Sandy Whan, Katrina Dasso, Meg Collins, Beth Parker, Marcia Tate, Randy Christie. MIDDLE ROW: Bruce Reisman, Lisa Nightengale, Belinda Lawhorn, Bob Doeckel, Kathy Cowan, Cindy Boeye, Helen Tucker, Jim Resch, Patti Johnson, Lisa Miller, Marge McCartney, Connie Coin, Beth Heming, Kurt Matherly, Edith Kemble, Tennie Carson, Dee Dee Beaudry. BACK ROW; Sandra Winter, Pam Wilker, Debby Conicella, Cheryl Mohr, Carrie Winger, Sue O ' Neil, Pam Sharp, Debbie Adams, Patty Mil¬ ler, Patty Applequist, Jody Kester, Pam Adams, Kris Otis, Kathy Weingartz, Natalie Meyer, Tina Thul, Ginger Randerson, Laura Larson, Beth Wright. Crimson Tide ' s membership grew to more than one hundred and fifty this year and the club did much to promote spirit and in¬ volvement. Davenport ' s John O ' Donnel stadium was graced by the grand entrance of the Crimson Caravan of Cars (with police es¬ cort) to the football game against Assumption. Home games saw the illustrious Captain Rocky ride tri¬ umphantly around the stadium be¬ fore each kickoff. A bus took more than fifty students to the game at Quincy, and the club sold red shirts and visors to over two hun¬ dred eager fans. At Christmas, club members jazzed up the drab hallways with a holiday decorating contest which was won by the jun¬ ior class. Throughout the year Crimson Tide added decorating touches on lockers and the field house, showing support for our many beloved athletic teams. Junior and sophomore Crimson Tide members; ROW 1; Johnna Maggio, Nancy Foehrkolb, Barb Lundy, Norine Adams, Sue Lund- holm, Beth Scherrer, Tracy Dailey, Kathy Layer, Debbie Newcomb, Mary Blick, Ron Nelson, Melinda Riffel, Kelly Ward, Katiiy Kind- schuh, Lori Chambers, Julie Hurt, Linda Genz, Laura Oestreich. ROW 2; Debbie Gustafson, Shelagh Apple- man, Becky Pierce, Dwineice Mohlenbruck, Debbie Meyers, Mary Love, Judy Simon, Debbie Myers, Shelly Wright, Jodi Rohr, Marcy Baker, Shelly Sebben, Debbie Benham, Debby Mont¬ gomery, Shelly Burkert, Gayle Nicholson, Sheri McKee, Kathi Rudd. ROW 3; Amy Iglehart, Diane Edmondson, Shriley Dar- land, Linda Barker, Penny Baw- mann, Kim Ewing, Mari VanDe- Voorde, Teresa Carlson, Annette Ackerson, Lisa Kenney, Mindy Mueller, Marsha Spates, Karla Pollack, Belinda Bonsall, Heather Pollner. ROW 4; Angela Kutsunis, Beth Wiese, Ginny Lawhorn, Karen Weingartz, Pam Wickert, Liza Martinez, Sue Newland, Martha Bartlett, Judy Schneider, Herb Schultz, Toni Beal, Diane Mc¬ Carthy, Mary Humphrey, Margot Bennet. Tennie Carson gets it going on the Homecoming Crimson Tide float. Crimon Tide 197
Page 200 text:
The Tide Rolls In Escorted by Herb Schultz and Lane Koester (in Herb ' s yellow convertible), the mysterious Captain Rocky works the fans into an emotional frenzy. Lisa Miller, Nancy Leatherman, and Marge McCartney get set to lead the car caravan to Assump¬ tion in Nancy ' s baby blue VW. Beth Wright thinks of new things to do with crepe paper and cars. Crimson Tide officers; Mary Humphrey, Tracy Dailey, Co-President Randy Christie, Belinda La whom, Lisa Night¬ engale, Belinda Bonsall, Co-President Patti Johnson, and Marge McCartney. Absent from picture; Herb Schultz, Rob Kritzmire, Beth Wright. 196 Crimson Tide
Page 202 text:
The B.S.U. Opening a window on the world is Vannessa Haynes. Discussion, a base for improvement, demonstrated by Greg Hickman, Velma White, Vannessa Hayes, and Tommy Wells. The Black Student Union: ROW 1; Tyrun Crawford, Deloris Morton, Tina Lewis, Judy Babers, Beverly Robinson, Miss Thornton. ROW 2; Brandalynn Davis, Loriane Dixon, Joyce Boyd, Gloria Ramsey, Ada Clay, and Glen Lamkin. ROW 3; Mr. Bradford, Johnathan Young. Rocky ' s Black Student Union, finishing it ' s 6th ex¬ citing year, has danced, and dined. Their meetings, ever productive, were held regularly at the Martin Luther King Center. The annual King dance was bet¬ ter than last year ' s, and the Memorial dinner was excellent. Congratulations B. S. U. -on another out¬ standing year!
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