Tennessee Wesleyan College - Nocatula Yearbook (Athens, TN)

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(fame ' ZfcKcOUetA) 15 f i i •y V C X M Ilk 17 t4 o unecC Among the country ' s outstanding college and university leaders . . . nominated on the basis of achieve- ment, service to community, leader- ship in extracurricular activities, and potential . . . join elite group select- ed from more than 1 ,000 institutions in all 50 states and several foreign nations. James David Hamilton: Alpha Chi, Delta Kappa, Outstanding Athlete of America. Georqe Andrew Painter, Jr.: Alpha Chi, Delta Kappa, Student Body Vice-President. Sandra Joan Guinn: Alpha Chi, Independent Woman of the Year, President Independent Women. 18 Dixia Carol Smith: Student Government secretary. Sorority Woman of the Year. Miss TWC. Dicky Levon Slack: Delta Kappa, varsity basketball, Outstanding Athlete of America. Emma Teresa Clark: Senior Class officer. Wome n ' s Governing Board, Dean ' s List. Thomas Lee Clark III: Delta Kappa, Student Gov- ernment President, Ambassador. 19 Student $oi t Margaret Ann Forrester (right): Ambassador, Pan- hellenic Council, Dean ' s List. Cynthia Ann Chance: Alpha Chi, Panhellenic Council, Townsend Prize, Henry-Wilson Award. David Arnold Hambright: Alpha Chi, Delta Kappa, Judicial Council, Henry-Wilson Award. 20 Mary Lynda McCullough: Ambassador, Senior Class Officer, Panhellenic President. Linda Jean Shocltley: Alpha Chi President, Inde- pendent Women, Honor ' s List. Danny Lee Bryant: Alpha Chi, Honors and Dean ' s List. Arlene Beaver Kirshrot: Sociology Award, Cheer leader, Dean ' s List, Class Officer. 21 f ' ■- f Xl Delta Kappa members include Jeff Garbow, Dwain Farmer, Lynn McGill (faculty secretary), Bill Gooch, Jack Wilson, David Jones, Sam Ware. David Hambright, Bill Tapp. Jim Claffey, Tom Clark, (back) An honorary group . . . recog- nized for scholarship . . . ath- letics . . . student government . . . social and religious affairs . . . publications . . . the arts . . . membership limited to three percent of the male en- rollment of the junior and sen- ior classes . . . modeled after Omicron Delta Kappa . . . na- tional affiliation hopeful in near future ... to bring together men from all phases of college life . . . faculty and students sharing together ... an honor and a privilege. Dwain Farmer, Jeff Garbow. Bill Tapp. Tom Clark enter informal discussion. 22 Members Jim Hammond. Rosemary DenUyl. William Brock. Sam Ware, Jean Lafon. Not pictured: Freddie Phillips, Wanda Jones, Pat Lillard. Linda Sarver, Sharon Suttles, Sandra Davis. 1 Ifyi i , U One of five chapters in state of Tennessee . . . members chosen from the top 10 percent of the junior and senior classes . . . jun- iors must have 3.2 grade point av- erage, seniors a 3.0 . . . selected by the faculty on the basis of scholarship, reputation and char- acter ... an honorary group. Members (first row) Sandra Guinn, Jay O ' Bnen, Paul Smith, (second row) Lmda Shockley. Reiko Igawa. Rhend , Camer- on, Cynthia Chance, Dinah Winters, (third row) Randy Crump, Wesley Linkovich D™ d H nght. Not p.ctured. Mary Jane Purdy, Brenda Sue Kennedy, Linda Shearman, Dianne Brune, Edith R. Wohlwend. 8,ll Gooch. 23 Carol Smith Ann Jones Cynthia Chance, David Hambright. Rick Harrington 24 Se uo Select fO Sccfr dattve Chosen by the senior class ... 10 students representative of the stu- dent body . . . based on campus ac- tivities . . . Student Government As- sociation Secretary . . . New Expo- nent editor . . . president of Wom- en ' s Governing Board . . . class sec- retary . . . Panhellenic . . . Student Government Association President . . . Business Manager of Nocatula . . . Alpha Chi . . . Delta Kappa . . . popular members among the stu- dent body . . . Linda Schneider, Jim Claffey Tom Clark, Sandy Lansford, Bill Tapp 25 Tom Clark honored for service. Student , P cuCfy Honors Day for academic and extracurricu- lar accomplishments . . . reactions show sur- prises . . . recognition in several categories: departmental, scholastic, intramural, ser- vice, athletic, Greek, outstanding students . . . Tom Clark receives Beta Psi Service Award for scholarship and service and Dean ' s Award for contribution to the life of the College . . . Balfour Award for the out- standing junior to Dinah Winters . . . Dean Floyd Bowling recipient of Outstanding Faculty-Staff Award . . . first Distinguished Service Award to Chaplain Bob Irwin . . . Mike Tallent named Circle K Man of the Year . . . Sandra Guinn Independent Woman of the Year. Dinah Winters Balfour Award winner 26 G Ooi 9 A standing ovation for Chaplain Bob Irwin, recipient of first Distinguished Service Award. Tom Clark presents Outstanding Faculty-Staff Award to Dean Floyd Bowling. Circle K Man of the Year Mike Tallent. MtfrfWf Pieiifer Library; Twinessee W jleyan Cou«ft r Athen . TenneasM 27 Climax of four years at Wesleyan for 142 seniors ... 53 additional students to gradu- ate in August . . . the largest class in the history of the College . . . baccalaureate and commencement combined for the first time . . . Reverend J. Spurgeon McCartt the speaker . . . Townsend Prizes for most representative male and female students presented to Cynthia Chance and Tom Clark . . . Henry-Wilson Awards (gold watches) to the male and female students with the highest grade point average for four years at Wesleyan: Cynthia Chance and David Hambright . . . tassels turned as new graduates leave the campus . . . future . . . now. Cynthia Chance s elation evident after award. Tom Clark receives congratulations from Joe Galla. 28 David Hambright gladly removes his graduation cap as Quinton Mathews agrees. Dr. Ed Cox and Dean Floyd Bowling converse before processional into auditori- um. scene outside Townsend Auditorium as the new graduates greet friends ind relatives. 29 , mm fl BHtHHHH m 1 } kw r eotde 7c ecu These twelve girls . . . chosen to repre- sent Circle K on its 1970-71 calendar . . . beauty, personality, and charm . . . girls willing to help this service organization when it needs a feminine touch . . . cookies for the bowling party . . . sewing and stuffing stockings for a Christmas party for underprivileged children . . . assistance and participation in the Miss Wesleyan Pageant . . . twelve pretty faces on 500 calendars . . . service and a smile. D l t ij i- ». At left: Celeste Whipple JANUARY Above: Mary Jane Purdy FEBRUARY At right: Susan Finley MARCH 32 yfoetonA 76e e . . Above lpf+: Marilyn Blackburn APRIL Above right: Diane Hamby JUNE Far left: Debbie Keene MAY 33 s ? ?70-7t S| Bv i t Hb Eggs ■ 9 BH k - 1 1 H w V k Wt A I M J M mwm Sarah Prichard JULY Above: Gayle Williams AUGUST Right: Sue Porter SEPTEMBER 34 (? teHcUvi fynU 35 Seveet6eantA (}6o4ett AEA, TERRY SMITH Dream Man of Alpha Xi Delta Sweethearts ... an honor and a task ... a confidante and friend . . . chosen by the respective organizations for interest in the group activities on campus, person- ality, and willingness to work . . . rush parties ... so- cial functions . . . Christmas parties for underprivi- leged children . . . service activities ... a serenade . . . twelve red roses ... a warm, happy smile ... a helping hand. SANDY LANSFORD Phi Sigma Kappa Moonlight Girl 36 tDIK, ncte K, I t E, nK D — At left: SUSAN PORTER Sweetheart of Circle K KATHY LAMBERT Sigma Phi Epsilon Queen of Hearts At left: LENORA FINCH Rose of Pi Kappa Phi 37 Candidates Donna Robbms, Cynthia Chance, Karen Jones. Susan Williams, escort Stan McArthur in line during halt- time ceremonies. Court members Susan Porter, Susan Williams, Janet Waters. Celeste Whipple. 38 Lenora Finch passes a true test ot a queen: poise. s4t rtyo Keco Hi iy Homecoming in the fall ... a pre- game bonfire encouraged spirit . . . Bulldogs vs. Georgetown . . . Queen candidates from the junior and senior classes . . . Cynthia Chance, Lenora Finch, Karen Jones and Donna Robbins . . . Court members: Janet Waters, Susan Williams, Celeste Whipple, Susan Porter . . . yellow mums with blue and gold ribbons . . . happy smiles and applause as Le- nora Finch is crowned 1970 Homecoming Queen by Mary Jane Purdy, the 1969 Queen . . . a Student Government Associa- tion-sponsored dance after the game . . . basketball . . . roses . . . music. Lenora Finch, Jack Isbell all smiles after crowning. 39 Honey-brown hair ... a sparkling smile ... a freshman from Cal- houn . . . Alpha Xi Delta sorority member . . . sponsored by Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity . . . captures audience and judges with her piano medley . . . themes from " Romeo and Juliet " and " Love Story " . . . bad timing by the backstage crew and the emcees covered by Karen ' s poise . . . a ju- liet-styled evening gown of pink ... 12 red roses in her arms and the crown of Miss Wesleyan for 1971 for Karen Kirkland. i Surprised winner Karen Kirkland. Winner ' s walk down the ramp for Karen Kirkland. 40 Tftedved, zte s4C Cottoned Denise Medved first runnerup . . . freshman from Knoxville . . . brown hair and brown eyes . . . foreign language major . . . talent presentation a piano solo, " Prel- ude in G Minor " from Opus 23 by Rachmaninoff . . . Patsy Cates second runnerup . . . blue-eyed blond from Kodak . . . sophomore education major . . . member Kappa Delta Sorority . . . sang " Al Di La " in talent competition. Happiness personified for Denise Medved, first runnerup. Denise Medved (top). Patsy Cates in tal- snt competition. Poised second runnerup Patsy Cates 41 Sara Willien portrays a little girl during her skit. Weeks of preparation . . . costumes to be made . . . talent to be per- fected . . . pictures taken . . . auto- biographies prepared . . . radio in- terviews ... a meeting with the judges . . . questions . . . testing poise and enjoying personality . . . swimsuits . . . evening gowns . . . an- ticipation . . . the runnersup named: Denise Medved first, Patsy Cates second. Kay Lovett, Denise Medved, Donna Cof- fey learn (?) to putt. 42 Sara Willien, Patsy Cafes, Carolyn Carter check Springbrook layout with chauffeur Larry Roseberry Carolyn Carter a charmer during swimsuit com- petition. 43 Quite an afternoon of golf for Celeste Whipple. Ellen Hook, Dee Dee Nicholson. Karen Kirkland. 44 Pretty Celeste Whipple during ramp walk. Singing piano . . . dancing . . . playing the modeling . . . monologues . . . backstage jitters . . . footlights . . . pastel mists of loveliness . . . outward calm . . . a cape, a crown and a dozen roses for Miss Wesleyan, Karen Kirkland. Quite a moment for Dee Dee Nicholson. Ellen Hook during pageant rehearsal. 45 S tut6 s4 td (?e n6 Twelve candidates . . . nominated by the senior class . . . elected by the student body . . . leadership, campus activities . . . the senior male and female most representa- tive of the student body . . . crowned by 1970 Miss TWC Nancy Boone . . . Tom Clark: Student Gov- ernment Association president, Who ' s Who, Townsend Prize, Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity . . . Carol Smith: Student Government Associ- ation secretary, Circle K Service Award, Who ' s Who, Sigma Kappa sorority . . . Another honor for two popular seniors. Carol Smith a gracious Miss TWC. The Carol Smith smile. Carol Smith, Tom Clark in casual campus stroll. 46 Tom Clark a leade 1 Tom Clark says Carol Smith, Tom Clark all smiles after receiving honor. 47 Cynthia Chance, David Hambright Riclc Overton and Ann Forrester Jim Arnold and Sandy Lansford 48 Terri Clark and Bill Tapp Stude tt r?Ww Ten seniors selected by the student body . . . scholarship, leadership, cam- pus activities ... a recognition of their service to the college community . . . a sorority president . . . Student Gov- ernment Association vice-president . Townsend Prize winner . . . Panhel- lenic president . . . Senior Class presi- dent . . . theater enthusiast ... an Ambassador . . . Who ' s Who . . . Delta Kappa ... an honor to be se- lected. George Painter and Lynda McCullough 49 ' Al-- SI Jerry Harrill, Lynn Whiting discuss set for pro- David Manner delves into Denise Medved s past life as Melinda. rhomas Glenn Stetler. Rick Overton. Fred Bolton discuss forthcoming marriage of Melinda. 52 (2tt iuzxe Intent , Aectfet octnAe A successful and productive Inter- im course: Musical Theater . . . many hours of practice . . . paint- ing sets . . . learning the finer points of theater production . . . climaxed by four performances in February ... an unusual story of reincarnation well received by the audiences ... a distinguished Dr. Mark Bruckner portrayed by David Manner ... a fun-loving Daisy Gamble given life by Den- ise Medved ... a talented sup- porting cast : . . a meaningful ex- perience for all taking the course. Craig Shirley astonished by Denise Medved ' s premonition of a plane crash at the airport. Denise Medved confronts David Manner with her knowledge of his experiments. S3 Women ' s lib or femininity? . . . months of planning . . . Monday night vigil of assembling the run- way . . . peanut butter and tuna fish sandwiches to keep the Circle K men inspired . . . Tuesday night . . . Roy Morris ' jokes? . . . Gowns, hues of color, sparkle . . . anticipation, anxiety . . . intense lights illumine hopeful smiles . . . climaxed with a crown, a dozen roses and a statuesgue trophy . . . Miss Wesleyan 1971: Karen Kirk- land. Susan Porters subtle remarks lend assistance to emcee Roy Morri: Three elated faces: 2nd runnerup Patsy Cates, Miss Wesleyan Karen Kirldand. 1st runnerup Denise Medved. 54 Donna Coffey models in the swimsuit competition. Kay Lovett blends Second Hand Rose. " Mame and oughly Modern Millie in her talent presentation. Sara Willien applies makeup prior to swimsuit event. 55 Midi-clad Kappa Deltas win first place in women ' s large group competition. More brings Pi Kappa Phi small group trophy. 56 s4U- Setup " ZfoKO Pi Kappa Phi ' s seventh annual production . . . dedicated to Mr. and Mrs. William Archer, retiring members of the faculty . . . Rick Harrington All-Sing chairman . . . billboard girls introduce the par- ticipating groups . . . the costume prize: an added incentive for the girls ' groups . . . won by Kappa Delta sorority . . . happy smiles and shouts as winners are an- nounced. Sigma Kappas " charm " judges in small group victory. Sigma Phi Epsilon " Gonna Build a Mountain " on its way to men ' s large group first place. 57 Revamped program schedule shortens length of All-Sing pro- duction . . . near-capacity crowd expresses approval of different groups and ensembles ... an en- joyable evening for all. Phi Mu small group is Close to You. " Sigma Phi Epsilon small group believes " What the World Needs Now is Love. 58 Kappa Delta has only just begun to capture costume prize Phi Mus agree that with " People, " " You ' ll Never Walk Alone. Circle K thinks of " A way into the heart " of the audi ence. Alpha Xis go Japanese for " Flower Drum Song. 59 Student (fyoice A service to the college community . . . financed by activity fees paid by students at the beginning of each term . . . students choose types of music . . . social committee of the Student Gov- ernment Association selects and con- tracts the groups ... a well-rounded selection . . . The Brooklyn Bridge for the Mr. and Miss TWC Dance . . . Peter Sayers for those who enjoy folk music . . . The Spurrlows for a general combination of audience participation sounds . . . The Swinging Medallions for those who like rock music . . . com- plaints and applause . . . hard-to- please students ... a successful choice. Three Spurrlows members make things swing. Britisher Peter Sayers in year ' s first concert. 60 Spurrlows ' brass section in close quarters presents interesting sound. 61 ' PioyitUK 1 anted Interesting array of performers, lec- turers, groups, speakers, touring companies . . . Fowler Lecture Se- ries . . . Peter Lisagor, Washington Bureau Chief of Chicago Daily News and syndicated columnist . . . Dr. Efren Ramirez, Puerto Rican psy- chiatrist noted for. career in preven- tion and cure of drug addiction . . . Mutual Concert Series . . . Chatta- nooga Symphony Orchestra . . . The Houston Ballet . . . The National Opera Company and its production of " Die Fledermaus " . . . Gerschef- ski and McCall, cello and cordovox duo . . . John Chappell in special production of Hal Holbrooks ' " Mark Twain Tonight! " . . . Cincinnati Conservatory Male Glee Club . . . Dr. William Schirmer recital . . . College Choir, Choraliers, Band concerts. Houston Ballet artists perform delicate routine. 62 1 fl llfl " • !} ■ John Chappell portrays the many sides of Mark Twain. Convocation Series . . . emphasiz- ing relationship between faith and nature and history . Dr Lewis E. Rhodes, Knoxville ... Dr. Grover Foley, Maryville College . . . Miss Teresa Whitaker, folk singer . . . Dr. Harmon L. Smith, Duke University . . . Dr. William Pollard, Oak Ridge Associated Universities . . . Dr. Harland E. Hogue, Pacific School of Reli- gion, Berkeley, Calif. . . . Rev. Gordon Goodgame, Kingston . . . Dr. Charles A. Wells, editor of " Between the Lines " . . . Rev. William Flanders, Episcopal per- former, composer and guitarist . . . " Acts Without Words, Num- ber Two, " drama by Lincoln Me- morial University Drama Depart- ment . . . Convocation Film Series . . . " Inherit the Wind " . . . " To Kill a Mockingbird " . . . " Cool Hand Luke " . . . " East of Eden " . . . " Elmer Gantry " . . . " Brothers Karamazov " . . . " The Ox-Bow In- cident " . . . " Rebel Without a Cause " . . . " All Quiet on the Western Front " . . . " Becket. " uler berated in scene from National Opera Company ' s " Die Fled- ' maus " production. 63 Karen Franks, Sam Ware in " My Darling " scene. 64 : 1 J . Rita Hitechew in Amy role. ?k Sty gomedef Second musical production of the year . . . presented four times in May during Fine Arts Week . . . was highlight of Alumni Day ac- tivities . . . Jerry Harrill as Char- ley Wykeham in hilarious role . . . Karen Franks and Sam Ware por- tray Kitty Verdun and Jack Ellis . . . Rita Hitechew last week re- placement in other female lead as Amy Spettigue . . . other key parts played by Glenn Stetler, Dick Dwyer, Becky Mize, Martha McBryde, Joe Fee, Craig Shirley . . . musical comedy tailored to fit Wesleyan in 1992 . . . versatile supporting cast and orchestra . . . " Where ' s Charley? " Chorus members Judy McDuffie, Angela Garrett, Debbie Keene, Thira Maitai run through choreography during rehearsal. 65 Linda Temple scurries to class after visit to Soda Shop. Martha Kay Wild, Joyce Elwood scoring theii bowling games. Dwayne Carroll has reason for concern. 1S TMS?- f r l An afternoon of intramural Softball action. 66 unfict4- i£e T 6venac ed Phil Clark and Nancy Surface attentive at tennis match. ecky Hambright heads for dormitory after class. Thai Maithai tries an afternoon of tennis. 67 g I ■ |0 69 Sherry Smith watches the Bulldogs during a tense moment. {fyeenjCeactenA, £ tcowiaye . . . " We want two points! " is the cry of Janet Waters. Debbie Holtzclaw shows her cheerleading ability and pep during a break in the basketball action. Wesleyan ' s mascot, the Bulldog, is a familic sight at home games. 70 Cathy McCord seems to have found a true friend. As head cheerleader, Karen Jones leads this spirited group of girls. Se4 o£ Sfuntt Debby Bible (left) and Cynthia Mooney (above) anxiously await a Bulldog victory. 71 Team struggles to put things to- gether consistently . . . impressive victories over Carson-Newman and Lincoln Memorial . . . finishes runnerup in Blue-Gray Tourna- ment at Montgomery, Ala. . . . keeps in division race contention with wins over Carson Newman and LMU . . . Donald Dodgen paces team in scoring (20.9), re- bounding (8.4), field goal accura- cy (.544), free throw percentage (.823) . . . All-VSAC selection hits individual one-game high marks in points (36 three times), free throws (14) and rebounds (20) . . . Randy Vernon second in scoring (17.3) and rebounding (7.6) . . . captain Jimmy Hamilton and Wendell Huskey end four-year careers . . . Rick Bryant, Clifford Thornton start most of season . . . freshmen Doug Purdy, Doug Cook starters in several games, John Paul Ely, Gary Robinson see limit- ed action . . . Gilbert McDowell serves as student coach . . . overall record 8-20. % Clifford Thornton hits layup against King as Donald Dodgen and Randy Fleenor brace for rebound. Official Elbert Fielding, Randy Vernon watch scramble on floor as Rick Bryant, Donald Dodgen, and Clifford Thornton surround Cumberland ' s Jerry Hodges. Doug Purdy battles Carson-Newman ' s Mike Ogan for re- bound; Skip Wyatt (32), Hugh Clement (34), Doug Cook (24) watch. 72 iandy Vernon puts pressure on ielmont ' s Ron Stewart (33). Rick Bryant gets off shot in midst ot Carson-Newman defense set up by Skip Wyatt (33). Mike Ogan (50). and Jimmy Cannon (2 I ). Jimmy Hamilton concentrates on tree throw attempt. 73 ■ 76e Wta ty p€iceA 74 O tAe ■ i (fame . Wendell Huskey shoots over Berry ' s Eschol Curl (41) in 79-69 triumph. Clifford Thornton goes high to snare rebound over Jimmy Hamilton (10) and Cumberland ' s Maurice Byrd in the season-opening victory. 76 Wendell Huskey eyes goal for free thro attempt. SEASON RECORD TWC Oppo nent 91 Cumberland (Ky.) 79 62 Berry 75 90 Georgetown 102 68 Belmont 83 72 The Citadel 100 79 Berry 69 68 King 70 91 Milligan 104 65 U.T. at Chattanooga 79 71 Kentucky State 104 84 Belmont 98 81 Huntingdon 78 70 Alabama State 83 82 Tusculum 79 67 Cumberland (Ky.) 64 63 Middle Tennessee 69 55 Carson-Newman 64 52 Georgetown 60 82 Milligan 71 67 Union (Ky.) 73 90 Lincoln Memorial 63 65 Tusculum 72 73 Kentucky State 93 80 Carson-Newman 66 67 King 79 62 Lincoln Memorial 67 59 U.T. at Chattanooga 72 74 Milligan 81 lational NAIA champion Kentucky State shows class as 7-foot All-America Elmore Smith !5) dwarfs Doug Purdy at the low post position. 77 VSAC and Eastern Division cham- pions once again . . . four singles titles and three doubles crowns in decisive conference tournament triumph ... 24 of possible 27 points for Bulldogs . . . Lee Stewart, Charles Smith, Web Coe, Bo Perkmson win singles trophies . . . doubles won by Sher- man Frost and Smith, Rick Allen and Stewart, Coe and Perkinson . . . District 24 NAIA runnerup after 5-4 marathon match loss to Cumberland (Ky.) . . . third place finish in TIAC . . . Robby Robi- nette other team member . . . I 0- 1 I overall record. i Sherman Frost plays the net. Doubles match next for Charles Smith. Breather for Rick Allen. 78 Lee Stewart anticipates forehand return. Anxious moment for Bo Perkinson. Web Coe makes routine return. THE SEASON TWC Opponent Central Michigan 9 1 Austin Peay 8 1 Austin Peay 8 9 King 8 Milligan 1 7 David Lipscomb 2 6 Shorter 3 Univ. of the South 9 9 Lincoln Memorial 8 King 1 5 Centre 4 2 Cumberland (Ky.) 7 1 U.T. at Chattanooga 8 3 Emory University 6 1 Shorter 8 4 Carson-Newman 5 1 U.T. at Chattanooga 8 5 Carson-Newman 4 8 Maryville 1 8 Tusculum 1 4 Cumberland (Ky.) 5 79 Ken Smith only returning letter- man ... a rebuilding season . . . first losing record in several years . . . overall record 4-13 ... as- sisted by student coach Gilbert McDowell . . . finishes ninth in TIAC tournament . . . Phil Clark places 14th . . . I Oth place in VSAC tourney . . . other team members: Bill Fuoss, Frank Wel- don, Larry Roseberry, Allan Am- burn, John Hensley, and Denny Durst. A satisfying drive for Ken Smith. Larry Roseberry drives out of the rough. 0| r V! ' 4 x.» Allan Amburn follows his second shot. 80 Concentration pays off on Phil Clark ' s drive. Bill Fuoss gets set for putt. SEASON RECORD TWC Oppc nent 331 U.T. Chattanooga 318 331 Shorter 322 350 Univ. of the South 315 327 Lincoln Memorial 315 318 Lincoln Memorial 289 327 Tusculm 326 336 Tusculm 318 336 Lincoln Memorial 337 327 Carson-Newman 318 327 Cumberland (Ky.) 320 318 Cumberland (Ky.) 332 318 King 298 320 Shorter 288 332 Carson- Newman 313 318 King 352 318 Milligan 333 330 Milligan 315 Frank Weldon gets angle for putt. 81 Interested Softball spectators Donald Dodgen, Charles Cogdill, Mort Infanger. Sharon Lamon returns ball in volleyball action as Susan Rudd watches. It ' s Circle K playing the faculty in Softball with Donnie Roop batting, John Tyler catching, and Bruce Mullins umpiring. 82 i r- .« • ,m r Student Seek (2o nfietitio t Volleyball . . . softball . . . bowling . . . tennis . . . badminton . . . table tennis . . . football . . . basketball . . . competition for men and women . . . Nancy Adams Outstanding Fe- male Athlete . . . Charles Cogdill Outstanding Male Intramural Ath- lete for second straight year ... In- dependents capture men ' s basket- ball, volleyball, softball titles ... Phi Sigs football winners . . . Sigma Kappa women ' s volleyball and bowl- ing champions . . . Independents first in softball . . . Linda Temple best in table tennis . . . Carol Smith wins badminton . . . Janie Mize takes tennis title ... Phi Mu for Sportsmanship Award. Rusty Taylor eludes defender and heads goalward. Teresa Landreth scores Phi Mu run as Kappa Delta catcher Betsy Woods awaits throw. 83 X 85 Pa t6eMe«ic 1 £t l Tteed ol So%onitce Panhellenic Council . . . four presidents and two appointed members from each sorority. . . . advise and coordinate the Greek women on campus ... a rush handbook to plan and fi- nance ... a pizza supper to raise money . . . Wednesday afternoon meetings . . . Alpha Xi Delta, Kappa Delta, Phi Mu, and Sigma Kappa work togeth- er for the betterment of all four groups. Sorority rush party opens Greek activity in the fall First Row: Dinah Winters, Alpha Xi Delta; Carol Smith, Sigma Kappa; Donna Robbins, Kappa Delta; Sandy Lansford, Sigma Kappa; Cheri Harr, Phi Mu. Second Row: Shaune Dallett, Alpha Xi Delta: Sharon Lamon, Kappa Delta: Kathy Lambert. Sigma Kappa: Dean Robinson, sponsor; Sue Sayles, Phi Mu; Ann Jones, Phi Mu; Linda Schneider, Sigma Kappa; Cynthia Chance, Alpha Xi Delta. 86 FC directs fall rush program for men. Nine men . . . representatives of Pi Kappa Phi, Sigma Phi Epsilon, and Phi Sigma Kappa . . . Inter- fraternity Council . . . encouragement of leader- ship gualities . . . three different ideals, perhaps ... all work together for the common good . . . Greek men on campus . . . education, athletics, service, and social graces . . . IFC . . . coordination and cooperation. Front Row: Dean Land, Sigma Phi Epsilon: Tim Sullivan, Phi Sigma Kappa: Dave Jones, Sigma Phi Epsilon. Second Row: Frank Ad- derhold. Phi Sigma Kappa: Jeff Garbow. Pi Kappa Phi: Dean Floyd Bowling, sponsor: Frank Hornick, Phi Sigma Kappa: David Hutson, Phi Sigma Kappa: Sam Kyker, Pi Kappa Phi. 87 Members include (row one) Angela Garrett, Jan Watson, Debbie Deakins, Gayle Williams, Dianne Dascole, Karen Kirkland, Dianne Brune. (row two) Dianne Buckley, Jan Rankin, Dinah Winters, Pat Dreyer, Lynne Sharp, June Taylor, Shaune Dallett. Becky Beene, Vicki Scealf Cynthia Chance. Kay Is- bell, Becki Jordan. Sarah Prichard, Celeste Whipple, Karen Neff Barbara Patterson, Ellen Hook, Paulette Ellis. 88 s4fyi ui, 32 Z e£t Officers of Alpha Xi Delta for 1970-71 are Dinah Winters, presi- dent; Gayle Williams, vice-presi- dent; Dianne Brune, cor- responding secretary; Angela Garrett, treasurer; Sarah Pri- chard, assistant treasurer. Alpha Xls support their team in intramural Softball. alRVV Paulette Ellis applies makeup to Dianne Brune before All-Sing performance. 89 ' Kafifia, Z e£t Serving as officers for Kappa Delta sororify are Jill Blazer, presi- dent; Karen Jones, vice-presi- dent; Betty Brantley, secretary; Sharon Lamon, treasurer; Janie Mize, assistant treasurer; Ann Saylors, editor; Carolyn Hol- brook, membership chairman. Fall rush party on its way to a KD success. " vzmzeM 90 Members include (bottom level) Linda McCullough, Susan Finley, Susan Williams, Becky Atchley, Karen Jones, Janie Mize, Susan Rudd Ann Sregg, Sharon Lamon, Donna Robbins, Regina Lawrence. Debby Bible, Zarolyn Holbrook, Lucette Roy, Carolyn Carter, Kay Lovett, Cynthia Moo- ney. (top level) Barbara Davenport. Marilyn May, Mary Mason, Sherry Smith, Betsy Woods, Patsy Cates, Becky Hambright, Mary Nile King. Kathy Mize, Carol Sullivan. 91 Members include Laurie Allen, Barbara Karafky, Pat Greer, Debbie Keene, Zelma Witt, Sue Richardella, Carolyn Porter, Elizabeth Mathis, Vickie Lock- miller, Marcia Perry, Darris Billingsley, Karen Burred. Tena Hawkins, Dee Dee Nicholson, Rozemary Czbas, Jackie Horner, LuAnn Beam, Becky Mize, Cheri Harr. 92 • m ■ ■ 1 3 §?$ pJUWu Phi Mu sorority officers are Ann Jones, president; Anita Cawood, ice-president; Zelma Witt, sec- retary; Debbie Keene, treasurer; and Becky Mize, pledge director. Marcia Perry, Susan Richardella, Laurie Allen in Skit Night performance. 93 Sigmas and rushees get acquainted during rush party. Leading the Sigma Kappa sorori- ty during 1970-71 are Sandy Lansford, president; Kathy Lam- bert, first vice-president; Carol Smith, second vice-president; Dianne Hamby, recording secre- tary; Susan Porter, corresponding secretary; Terri Clark, treasurer; Linda Schneider, membership chairman. 94 Members include (row one) Sara Willien, Winona Kennedy, Jeanne May, Dianne Hamby, Carol Smith, (row two) Jan Miller. Sherry Hamblin, Kathy Lambert, Jane Collett, Linda Schneider, Janet Hensley, Beth Willien. (row rhree) Linda Humphreys, Sandy Lansford, Cathy McCord, Paula Wolford, Nancy Adams, Melissa Wright, Becky Wright, Linda Norulak, Susan John- son, Mary Jones, Terri Clark, Susan Porter. Linda Temple, Jill Hutsell, Carol Goodloe, Debbie Holtzclaw. 95 6i Styma, ?Cafifea, Officers of Phi Sigma Kappa fra- ternity for 1970-71 are Tim Sulli- van, president; George Handley, vice-president; Rick Overton, sec- retary; Bobby Joe Smith, treasur- er; Hugh Huff, sentinel; Rick Young, inductor. Will Harley, Ron Roemmelt, Tim Sullivan, John Chambers, Gilbert Smith, Frank Hornick, Charles Groll in Greek Week- end skit. 96 . " %• Vlembers Include (first row) Jim Morris, Joe Smith, Will Harley, Foster )ones, Don Dietrich, Denny Humphreys, Gilbert Smith, (second row) Ron loemmelt, Donny Harrill, Tim Sullivan, Frank Hornick, Rick Young, Jim Par- :er, George Handley, Charlie Groll, Bobby Joe Smith, David Hutson. (third row) Robby Skeens, Bill Malone, Pete Harrill, Bob Green, Hugh Huff, Rick Overton, Frank Adderhold. Terry Smith, John Chambers, Rick Farrar, Larry Southam, Jack Miller. 97 Gary Chisholm, Sammy Kyker, Rick Allen, Steve Ray, Rob Contryman, Jeff Garbow lend talents to winning Greek Weekend skit. ' - 98 Tapp accepts winning Skit Night trophy from Carol Smith during Greek Weekend awards banquet Pi ' Kaflp Pfc In leadership roles for the Pi Kappa Phi fraternity are Jeff Garbow, archon; Bill Bates, secre- tary; Dean Morrison, treasurer; Rob Contryman, warden; Bill Steppe, historian; Bill Tapp, chap- lain. Members include Bill Fuoss, Bill Steppe, Rick Myers, Bill Hatcher, Gary Chisholm, Gordon Tarwater, Sammy Kyker, Kenny Smith, Ed Bal- lard, Bob Dick, Don Thomas, David Hambright. Steve Ray, Fred Bolton, Bill McCauley, Barry Bertolette, Rick Allen, Wally Fowler, David Cholet, Wes Linkovlch, Dean Morrison, Bill Tapp, John Concino, Ed Allen, Roland Macher, Sam Ware, Steve Norwood, Jeff Garbow, Rob Contryman, Steve Johnson, Tommy Drumheller, 99 Members include (kneeling) Steve Henley, David Hosking, Bill Webb, Dene Land, Tom Clark, Jim Ziegler, Rusty Taylor, Bill Kilbride, Glenn Thompson. Jim Graham, Jim Hammond, Charles Smith, (standing) Ted Kirkman, Steve McCulley, Chuck Isbell, Howie Thompkins, Dale King, Bob Perry, Mickey Maguire, Don Watson, Bob Lewis, Bo Perkinson, Charles Bellows, Bob Hod- ges, Cliff Goodlet, Stan McArthur, John Hensley, Dennis Ridley, John Nemeth, Sidney Milsaps, Jerry Smith, Don Close, George Painter. David Jones, Don Shaw, Webb Coe. 100 Fraternity officers for Sigma Phi Epsilon are Lee Stewart, presi- dent; Dene Land, vice-president; Jim Graham, corresponding sec- retary; Howie Thompkins, rec- ording secretary; Jim Claffey, chaplain; Bill Kilbride, controller. David Hosking Bob Perry, Dale King in Skit Night wedding. 101 Presented at Greek Weekend Dance . . . selected by a vote of campus Greeks ... a candidate from each sorority and fraternity . . . Sharon Lamon of Kappa Delta, Ann Jones of Phi Mu, Cyn- thia Chance of Alpha Xi Delta, Lee Stewart of Sigma Phi Epsilon, George Handley of Phi Sigma Kappa . . . Kathy Lambert of Sigma Kappa elected Greek Queen, Sammy Kyker of Pi Kappa Phi the Greek King. Kathy Lambert and Sammy Kyker presented as Greek Queen and King at Greek Weekend dance. 102 7 ft ttyoKo ee4, Top individual Greek honor . . . criteria set by Panhellenic and In- terfraternity Councils . . . selec- tion based on contribution to so- rority and fraternity and campus life . . . nominee resumes submit- ted . . . Carol Smith, Sigma Kappa officer and Student Gov- ernment Association secretary, named Sorority Woman of the Year . . . Tom Clark, active Sigma Phi Epsilon member and student body president, the Fraternity Man of the Year. Carol Smith Sorority Woman of the Year Tom Clark Fraternity Man of the Year 103 Sigmas all smiles after Honors Convocation when they were named Sorority of the Year, (front) Sandy Lansford, (first row) Jeanne May, Donna Close. Kathy Lambert, Nancy Adams, Jan Watson, Carol Smith, Diane Hamby, Sara Willien, Linda Temple, Janet Burce, Linda Schneider, (second row) Alva Jean Smith, Beth Willien, Susan Porter, Cathy McCord. Carol Goodloe, Jane Collett. (third row) Mary Jones, Judy Davis, Terri Clark, Winona Kennedy Linda Norulak. (fourth row) Melissa Wright Becky Wright, Jill Hutsell. Susan Johnson, Janet Hensley. L JJM r 104 New Sigma Phi Epsilon president Bill Kilbride admires trophy after Fraternity of rhe Year presentation. Siyma f Sty S ft Climax of a year ' s work . . . based on scholarship, service, spirit, par- ticipation, and overall contribu- tion to the campus and communi- ty life, both as group and as indi- viduals . . . determined by a point system devised by Panhellenic and Interfraternity councils ... a written summary of year by each group . . . winners announced at Honors Convocation . . . Sigma Kappa Sorority of the Year . . . Sigma Phi Epsilon named Frater- nity of the Year. lig Eps Stan McArthur, Lee Stewart, Don Watson, Jim Ziegler show pleasure immediately after Fraternity of the Year announcement 1 made. 105 S6tt 7Uf6t toabtcf Kee«t A feature of the annual Greek Weekend activities . . . presented on Friday night . . . each sorority and fraternity stages original skit for judging . . . scripts to learn . . . songs and lyrics to memorize . . . costumes and sets to prepare . . . Alpha Xi Delta wins sorority competition with " American Peo- ple, This Is Your Life " ... Pi Kappa Phi first among fraternities with its " Thrill Cream " presenta- tion . . . Rick Harrington and Tom Clark masters of ceremonies . . . Bill Tapp, Jeff Garbow, Rob Con- tryman, and Fred Bolton present vocal entertainment. " Thrill Cream " the subject for Sammy Kyker, Steve Ray, Warren Gilbert. Rob Contryman, and Sam Ware in first place Pi Kappa Phi skit. Debby Bible and Betsy Woods in Kappa Delta s " To Kill a Man. Climactic moment for Rosemary Czbas, Laurie Allen, and Susan Richardella in Phi Mu presentation. 106 Debbie Deakins and Becky Thomson in Alpha Xi Delta ' s winning skit " American ' eople, This Is Your Life. " Jan Watson, Kathy Lambert, Mary Jones have the frizzles in Sigma Kappa ' s " As the World Burns. " Phi Sigma Kappa ' s David Hutson the center of attention for " Romper Room " kids Will Harley. Tii Sullivan, John Chambers, Gilbert Smith, Frank Hornick, and Charlie Groll. lower girl Don Watson, ring bearer John lemeth in Sigma Phi Epsilon wedding story. 107 Winning Pi Kapps David Hambright, Bob Dick, Gordon Tarwater, Wes Linkovich converse on an apparent simple gues- tion in Greek Bowl competition. m. ma ,r i — .. . btf ' te " ? June Taylor accepts trophy from Frank Hornick for Alpha Xi Delta ' s first place skit. m ' i ■ v f l Bob Perry gladly accepts first place Softball tournament trophy for the Sig Eps. 108 J Carol Smith presents winning field day trophy to Tim Sullivan representing Phi Sigma Kappa. dpiee 2( ee6e«€ct Banquet climaxes Greek Week- end . . . held Sunday evening for the first time . . . Panhellenic president Carol Smith and Inter- fraternity president Frank Hornick make trophy presentations . . . Alpha Xi Delta wins Skit Night and Greek Bowl ... Pi Kappa Phi captures same two events . . . Kappa Delta and Phi Sigma Kappa first in Field Day . . . Sigma Phi Epsilon first in softball tournament. Alpha Xi Delta team of Cynthia Mooney, Dianne Brune, Dianne Buckley, Dinah Winters seems to be stumped on this ques- tion, but emerges as Greek Bowl champions. Scorekeeper at rear is Mary Mason. Hodges, Glenn Thompson relax after Sigma Phi Epsilon 109 Nancy Adams. Linda Schneider, Mary Jones try volleyball Marilyn Blackburn, Judy Cowling, Patsy Cates at rush party. 110 h-i Emotions evident after Honors Convocation for Karen Neff, Dinah Winters, Cynthia Chance Jim Claffey concentrates on his classwork. Don Barnett rushes unidentified passer in football intramurals. M v7f • ' H noH W- « W ' 9« » HGhH ;► 113 t ?7? TfawtaU; U 7 n6 . . . Staff members Paula Pruett, Ann Saylors, David Billingsley, Debbie Holtzclaw. Jan Rankin, and Denise Medved " shop " for new ideas. (Not Pictured: Linda Schneider, Celeste Whipple. Barba- ra Morton). Editor Mary Frazier tries to bury herself in crackers! Working on the yearbook sometimes makes Jewell Wampler, Gayle Williams, Vickie Scealf, Becky Mize, Lindsey Hawkins, Sandy Roberts, Susan Porter, and Cathy McCord go bananas! " Alan Mitchell serves as advisor for the Nocatula. 114 ate ' i¥oun . . . Succea f Pete Phillippi, Bill McCauley, Sam Ware, and Bill Steppe discuss the effective ways of dealing with businessmen when trying to sell ads. s Business Manager, Bill Tapp served the staff of the ■locatula well. The Noca+ula ... a yearbook rep- resenting the 1970-71 year at Wesleyan ... a book can hardly begin to tell the story . . . new en- thusiasm at basketball games . . . the Interim ... a concerned stu- dents ' movement ... a " stock " show ... a hardworking staff tried to capture these moments . . . pictures . . . deadlines seldom met . . . Peppy Chandler . . . de- cisions to be made . . . individuals to be reasoned with . . . late nights . . . Nocatula 70-71 Jane Worthington, Becky Mize, Lynn Sharp, and Jeanne May set out for a day of ad-selling. US 3L Shaune Dallett, Genevieve Wiggins (advisor) in proofreading session. P often Ptcta e4 4UKftu4, 4cttvitte4,; A student publication . . . printed five times during a term . . . deadlines . . . articles to be written, rewritten, edited, and finally ap- proved ... a picture of campus life . . . graduation . . . Earth Day . . . the concerned students ' movement . . . Greek rush in the fall . . . letters to the editor . . . CW ' s quote col- umn . . . letters to students from Student Government Association President Tom Clark . . . editor Rick Harrington ... a lot of work and a scholarship . . . many complaints . . . it continues to go to press . . . The New Exponent. Bill Tapp, Bill Hatcher review next issue ' s stories. Editor Rick Harrington evaluates a spring issue. 116 TENNE5SEE U3E5LEVAN COLLEGE 5PRIN TEftM fill VOLUME 3 } Title page of spring issue. (? e tivity " ? Cocoa An opportunity for students to pub- lish their creative writings . . . art, prose and poetry . . . selected for publication by members of the Eng- lish Department staff . . . signs all over campus for advertising ... 25 cents per copy . . . headaches of deadlines . . . compiled by a hard- working staff . . . dedicated to spon- sor Genevieve Wiggins . . . another side of the student revealed through his creativity . . . emotions many times felt but seldom revealed . . . creation ... a beautiful thing . . . staff members Edna Young (editor), Ron Bright, Wanda Sutton, Don Vandagriff, Vince Corneillo, Joyce Elwood, Gary Lay, Jan Rankin, John Stewart. Staffers Wanda Sutton, John Stewart, Gary Lay, Joyce Elwood plan with Edna Young and Genevieve Wiggins. 117 Executive officers of the Student Government Association are Bill Webb, treasurer; George Painter, vice-president; and Carol Smith, secretary. The Student Government Association . . . three representatives from each class working for the student body . . . a clearinghouse between the student body and the administration . . . seek- ing a way for better representation of the students . . . actively supporting the " We Care " program in a guiet, dignified manner . . . sponsored such entertainment as the Spurlows, The Brooklyn Bridge, The Swingin ' Medal- lions, and Peter Sayers . . . dances after the ball games . . . advised by Dean Bowling . . . active in orientation . . . speeches and campaigns . . . meetings weekly with more and more students attending with interest in Wesleyan ' s future . . . capably led by Tom Clark, the SGA. i ' X 1 118 Tom Clark, president of the SSA, won the admiration of fellow students during the " We Care " program. S s4 Sect " Setter Student 1R.efi te4eHtetio t serving in New Hall as proctors are Linda Schneider. Ann Jones. Kay Lovett, Vicl 3lark. Representatives serving the stu- dent body are: Ken Smith, Dale King, Janie Mize, Jim Zeigler David Jones, Donna Robbins, Terri Clark. Mary Frazier, Jim Graham, Mark Davis, Linda Tem- ple, and Stan McArthur. 119 Members of the Board in Fowler Dorm are: Susan Rudd, Wanda Jones. Janice Marr, Carol Goodloe. Barbara Davenport. Kay Legarde. Becky Wright, Lenora Finch, Kathy Lambert, and Maqua Howell. Rhonda Ballard and Carolyn Holbrook were not present for the picture. The governing body of the women ' s dorms . . . enforcing rules by giving infractions . . . guiet hours . . . one o ' clocks . . . later hours for underclass- men . . . meeting weekly to hear cases on infractions of the rules . . . asking for more un- derstanding of the rules from both administration and women students . . . " proctors ' ' . . . the verdict: a campus ... all part of the Women ' s Governing Board. Rollers — a part of every dorm and every girl. 120 i H 1} Leading the Women ' s Governing Board are Sandy Lansford, president of the Board, and the presidents of the dorms, Linda White and Sharon Lamon. stte ' pioaA »?Ww Serving in New Hall as proctors are Linda Schneider, Ann Jones. Kay Lovett, Vicki Scealf, Celeste Whipple. Paulette Ellis, Becky Mize. Mary Frazier. and Terry " lark. 121 Rusty Taylor, Don Thomas and Jerry Smith discuss some of the more pleasing aspects of being an Am- bassador. Steve McCulley was not present for the picture. Cathy McCord works in registration on Hospitality Week- end. Debbie Holtsclaw gives two students a tour of the campus on Honors Weekend. 122 Ready for the questions that will be thrown their way are Gayle Williams, Bill Tapp, Stan McArthur, Diane Buckley, and Cliff Goodlet. The Ambassadors ... an honor to fourteen students . . . leading prospective students, teachers, and visitors on tours of the campus . . . Honors Week- end, Hospitality Week- end, Parents Day and a new addition, Junior Weekend . . . tired feet, but a smile . . . gold blaz- ers . . . acting, singing and talking about Wesleyan in high schools . . . the offi- cial hosts of Tennessee Wesleyan. smile is so important for an Ambassador. Susan Williams. IcBride and Denise Medved prove this. Bill McCauley, Martha Karen Jones explains one of the many interesting facts about Wesl esleyan. 123 Mike Tallent, emcee Roy Morris chat before pageant be- gins. Service to campus and community . . . membership limited to 10 per- cent of the male population on cam- pus, but open to all who are willing to work . . . many times unrecog- nized . . . helping Kiwanis with annu- al barbecue . . . assisting Music De- partment with Mutual Concert Se- ries . . . handing out parking tickets . . . encouraging spirit at basketball games . . . cleaning up Knox Park . . . sponsoring a calendar of school events with 12 lovely calendar girls . . . giving a christmas party for un- derprivileged children . . . spon- soring second Miss Wesleyan Pag- eant and donating proceeds of $200 to Concerned Students Fund ... di- recting McMinn County Cleanup Day . . . Mike Talent chosen Best Club President at District Conven- tion. Reigning Miss Wesleyan Nancy Williams crowns Karen Kirldand as 1971 pageant 124 Men of Circle K take time out for publicity group picture. " " " h TI Gary Lay District Lieutenant 1970-71. 70vernor durin dur Circle K members Bill Gooch, Pat Wright, David Manner, Bill Hatcher. Mike Tallent clean up shore around Knox Park pond. 125 -4 Sandra Quinn Independent Woman of Year Members include Sandi Yeatts, Margaret Reed, Carol Bach. Sandra Guinn. Pat Brewer, Maqua Howell, Wanda Sutton. GO? G c6ed Sponsoring the BOF Room as a ser- vice project to Wesleyan students . . . assisted Department of Music, Speech and Theater by supervising the business portion of musical and dramatic productions . . . partici- pants in intramural sports . . . cap- tured Softball trophy and basketball championship . . . membership open to all non-Greek women . . . " Friendship to all. " 1 Linda Shockley, Judy Huff lead Indepen- dents in intramural volleyball. 126 ' pinat t t State Service club for college women . . . the first Compass Club organized in the state . . . sponsored by the Pilot Club . . . chartered this year on campus . . . led by president Barba- ra Wattenbarger . . . selling cook- books to raise money . . . presenting flag to Athletic Department for use in gym. Barbara Wat+enbargar presents Athletic Director M. C. Smith a flag for the gym. (embers include Joyce Arms. Winona Kennedy, Janet Wilson, Kaye Legard, Barbara Wattenbarger, Sammie Queen. Miss Ruth ichardson (sponsor), Cathy Wilson, Diane Trotter, Diane Austin. Alva Jean Smith does typing on cookbook. 127 The Judicial Council . . . seven members, elected and appointed, judging their peers with under- standing . . . meeting only when needed . . . making decisions, popular and un- popular . . . honored and ridiculed ... a necessary governing body. David Hambright, chairman, strongly believes in students judging one an- other. Waiting for the next " victim " are the members of the Judicial Council Jim Claffy, Danny Bryant, (Dean Bowling — advisor), David Hambright, Jann Millei John McArthur, and Karen Jones. 128 Members and friends include (first row) Manuel Christi, Pat Brewer, Barbara Morton, Rajni Sud, Authur Emmanuel, Ah-Kow Chan, Reiko Igawa, Kyoko Ka- wamota. (second row) James Charasika, Margie Walker, Mimi Hammer, Jerry Johnson, Marcia Hegeman, Janet Wilson, Dem ' se Brown, Jacqueline Tidwell. Carol Bach, Laurie Allen, Margaret Reed, Byung Kon Choi, (third row) Kim Won Goo, Bill Gooch, Prem Sud, Joan Shenoy. Charles Crockett, David Reed, Kay Legard. Students better informed of other countries . . . members from nine countries . . . Japan . . . Rhodesia . . . Korea . . . Pakistan . . . India . . . Thailand . . . Malaysia . . . Venezuela . . . United States . . . enters small group in All-Sing competition . . . delicacies from different countries highlight sev- eral meetings. Margaret Reed, Laurie Allen, Barbara Morton, Reiko Igawa model native costumes at club recep- tion. 129 John Westerberger, President Turner discuss alumni affairs of the college. President Charles Turner . . . spokesman for Tennessee Wesley- an College . . . supporter of " We Care " program . . . coordinator of Board of Trustees, faculty, stu- dents and administration ... an awesome task ... a man of re- sponsibility . . . began sixth year of term in January of I 97 I . The president shows deep concern for the problems of a private institution. Gin James Charasika and President Turner enjoy informal discussion. (right) Wesleyan ' s first family: Pres- ident and Mrs. Charles Turner. 132 Trustees John Seward and James Franks get the opinion of student Wanda Moore. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Harry W. Brooks, Chairman Knoxville Dr. Robert L. Wilcox, Vice-Chairman Knoxville Dr. Thomas F. Chilcote, Secretary Kingsport Felmont F. Eaves, Treasurer Athens Rev. Harold K. Bales Nashville Rev. David F. Ensminger Thompson Station William E. Gardner Kingsport Harry L. Hawkins Athens Rev. James R. Green Knoxville Dr. A. L. Jenkins Knoxville John M. Jones Greenville Jackson C. Kramer Knoxville Rev. J. Spurgeon McCartt Maryville Dr. H. B. Moore South Pittsburg A. Ward Peacock Chattanooga Dr. R. Frank Porter Knoxville S. B. Rymer, Jr Cleveland John E. Seward Johnson City Rev. R. Kyle Tomlinson Oak Ridge Dr. Marquis J. Triplett Johnson City Raymond B. Witt, Jr Chattanooga Dr. W. D. Sullins Athens Ex Officio Rev. James E. Hankins Cleveland Bishop L. Scott Allen . . ' Knoxville Mrs. J. B. Ragsdale Chattanooga John E. Steffner Chattanooga Dr. Charles C. Turner, Jr Athens Spurgeon McCartt. Jackson Kramer chat during break. 134 Hosting annual meeting of the Holston Conference Colleges full board in January . . . working with the college faculty and stu- dents in the " We Care " cam- paign ... an active Student Af- fairs Committee . . . Executive Committee under chairmanship of Harry Brooks. Marquis Triplett and Frank Porter during business session. FULL BOARD OFFICERS Dr. James S. Franks Chairman Newport A. B. Goddard Vice-Chairman Maryville Dr. F. Heisse Johnson Secretary Johnson City New trustee Harold Bales and James Hanklns discuss matter between ses- sions. 135 Business Manager Walter Darby busy with finances. A pleasing moment for Academic Dean Toombs Kay. Floyd Bowling, Dean of Students, discusses orientation program with Tom Clark. 136 Charles Holcombe heads the Admissions Office. Adjusting to the 4-1-4 academic program . . . sponsoring many ot the students ' co-curricular activi- ties . . . backing the " We Care " student drive . . . concerned with individual students . . . Floyd Bowling serves last year as Dean of Students . . . Toombs Kay faces academic problems of new calendar . . . Walter Darby re- signs Business Manager post for banking position . . . Bob Irwin coordinates convocation pro- grams . . . Charles Holcombe di- rects activities of the Ambassa- dors. Chaplain Bob Irwin welcomes student consultation on an individual basis. 137 Dean of Women Mary Rose Robinson sponsors Panhellenic and Won en ' s Governing Board. Mary N. Graves Administrative Secretary. Development and Alumni Affairs the responsibility of John Westenberger. 138 Louie Underwood Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds Alan Mitchell Director of Publicity Mew Business Manager Alton Johnson and interim receptionist Elizabeth smith. Mildred Smith Records Evaluator Nancy Seepe Recorder Jeannef+e Morrison Assistant to Business Manager Robbie Ensminger Director of Stenographic Services and Alumni Secretary 139 Dan Harrell Cafeteria Manaqer Doris Hutson Bookstore Manager Ruth Jackson Assistant in Bookstore Evelyn Bowling Secretary to Dean of Students ?o Steven Plan menus . . . handle library de- tails . . . mail news releases ... re- ceive visitors . . . correspond with prospective students . . . send transcripts . . . record grades . . . prepare short orders . . . organize class schedules . . . handle books and supplies . . . keep up with stu- dent accounts . . . inventory science laboratory supplies . . . record student activities . . . keep dormitories in order ... a few staff responsibilities. Burkett Witt manages Soda Shop. Head residents Mary Marshall, Peggy Trotter at lunch. 140 Head residents Ethel Koger, Sally Robeson. Ailene Hensley Secretary to Academic Dean June Prince Dean ' s Office Assistant Eugenia Miller Bookkeeper Barbara Wimberly Secretary to Business Manager Helen Lefler Secretary to Director of Admissions Charlotte Washington Secretary to Publicity Director, Service Office Assistant Fisher Hall Curator John Tyler does a repair job. Kathleen Crabtree Library Secretary Maggie Ensminger Library Reference Assistant Wanoka Sides Library Audio-visual Assistant Elizabeth Reed Library Cataloging Assistant Jane Shulti Library Acquisitions Assistant Virginia Huff Receptionist and Switchboard Operator 141 English Education major added . . . interim courses: An Introduc- tion to Literary London, Oriental Literature, Books for Young Peo- ple and Adults ... 35 majors . . . John Eckman returns to staff. Dr. Mary Ruth Miller Professor Department Chairman Mildred Archer Associate Professor Genevieve Wiggins Associate Professor Doris Jones Assistant Professor John Eckman Assistant Professor Doris Jones grades papers. Sarah Prichard and Terry Smith purchase tickets for the interim London trip. 142 Library quiet on this sunny spring afternoon. Louise I. Harms Librarian Assistant Professor Pauline Bradera Readers ' Advisory Coordinator Instructor Many new library resources . . . Pauline Bradera new assistant li- brarian ... a donation of $2,000 from the " We Care " student drive . . . hosting high school groups for research and study. Genevieve Wiggins prepares library assignment for er classes. 143 Sducataut 7 t Largest department on campus . . . marked growth continues . . . 124 graduates with education-re- lated majors . . . student teachers in 16 area schools . . . Valerie Carter full-time on staff . . . Her- bert Neff supervises secondary teachers, Mrs. Carter the elemen- tary . . . majors working on indi- vidual basis with area children . . . interim courses: Experience As Teacher ' s Aide, Multi-Media Edu- cational Methods, Current Prob- lems in Public Education, Concen- trated Child Study. Kay Isbell prepares assignment for Foundations of Education class. Dr. James R. Lemons Associate Professor Department Chairman Herbert Neff Associate Professor Bob Erwin Instructor Valerie Carter Instructor Tommy Drumheller and Lenora Finch recall an amusing class di: cussion. s» Dr. Floyd Bowling Professor ;nt Chair Alton L. Smith Associate Professor Paul Ketron Assistant Professor Courtney Senn Assistant Professor Andrew Archer Assistant Professor Alton Smith, Paul Ketron head for class Special interim course in College Geometry tor elementary teach- ers . . . Selected Topics in Mathe- matics course for math majors during interim ... six senior ma- jors . . . several math service courses . . . serves as testing cen- ter for statewide high school math contest . . . Andrew Archer re- turns to staff. Courtney Senn makes out geometry test. 145 Dr. Felman Sorsby Professor Department Chairman Lowell. Brubaker Assistant Professor George Marg Assistant Professor Students concentrate during sociology lecture. Sunvecf4 StUHfe e (?4UKfrU4 OfilHCOK Extensive student surveys made by psychology and sociology classes . . . psychology and sociol- ogy disciplines reorganized under Behavioral Sciences . . . Anthro- pology taught for the first time . . . department restructured for major in Behavioral Sciences . . . major also available in psychology . . . Lowell Brubaker new on staff. Dr. William E. Cole of Knoxville a guest lecturer. 146 Bob Irwin makes his point. Sttattune Ttetv Major restructuring of Religious Studies Department for 4- 1 -4 pro- gram . . . provides more flexibility and sets up possibility for a great- er scope of study . . . majors of- fered in Religious Studies and Re- ligious and Philosophical Studies . . . interim courses feature Mean- ing and Modern Film and The Bible and Contemporary Litera- ture . . . Philip Pharr new member of department. Dr. Jack Wilson Professor Department Chairman Dr. Toombs Kay Professor Robert Irwin Assistant Professor Philip Pharr Assistant Professor Barry Bertolette and Mark Davis enjoy religion class outdoor discussion. 147 Washington study-tour during in- terim . . . London interim with an historical perspective . . . West- ern Civilization no longer re- quired for freshmen, but included in a major in history. Tom Baker explains his ideology. Class departs for Washington in January fog. 148 Robert Utlaut Assistant Professor Department Chairman Thomas J. Baker Instructor Joan Shenoy Instructor ' - W Bill Akins Instructor ' v._ ngela Garrett and Cynthia Mooney leave the Museum of History and Technology in Washington. Class in Washington visits the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. 149 Physical Education course in Offi- ciating Intercollegiate Athletics offered during interim . . . also Adaptive Physical Education and Administration and Methods for Adaptive Physical Education . . . general physical education cours- es include instruction in golf, bad- minton, tennis, bowling, basket- ball, volleyball, horseback riding, archery, folk dancing, physical fit- ness. M. C. Smith Associate Professor Department Chairman Elizabeth Keirn Instructor Dwain Farmer Assistant Professor owling class action in the spring. r WK0M Women ' s physical education class receives instruction in golf. m n 150 I — — Bill Hutson surprised by a visitor t B. T. Hutson Associate Professor Department Chairman Fred Puett Assistant Professor William Franklin Assistant Professor Laney Childers Instructor Ruth Richardson Instructor Mary Rose Robinson Instructor State fudic U System Studied Department of Business Administra- tion and Economics one of largest on campus . . . interim offerings: Consumer Economics, Judicial Sys- tem in Tennessee, Problems in Man- agement, Punched Card Data Proc- essing, Office Management . . . field trips to various business estab- lishments in Athens area . . . Laney Childers new in department. Beginning and advanced courses are offered in typing. 151 4nt genUfreA Art Department offers certifica- tion for teaching public school art . . . senior exhibit by Lynda McCullough in April . . . May ex- hibit in Townsend Gallery by Rob- ert Jolly and Frances Graves, a part-time staff member . . . spon- soring monthly exhibits by visiting artists. Robert Jolly give class Instruction. Robert Jolly Assistant Professor Department Chairman Don Rickrode works with papier mache in class 152 , - ..•- ; ' . ■ £ :•■ - 2 tutyuayet flout ntenuK Interim course offerings: Elemen- tary Spanish and German Con- versation . . . Je parle un peu francais! ' William Archer " " v. Associate Professor Department Chairman Jacqueline Tidwell Instructor Heide Lomangino Instructor Elementary French class in Old College over for Susan Porter. 153 7 6e Science Impact of Technology on the 20th Century one chemistry course during interim . . . Science for Other Students special interim course for non-science majors . . . Scientific German offered for science majors . . . Introduction to Astronomy popular physics in- terim course . . . binary engineer- ing program established with the University of Southern California. Hugh Bryan works chemistry problem. Dr. Carl Honalcer Department Chairman Dr. Budd L. Duncan Associate Professor Dr. Lee Tucker Instructor Budd Duncan relaxes after lab. 154 Dr. Edmond R. Cox Professor Department Chairman Dr. John E. Woods Assistant Professor James Wynn Instructor Becky Mize concentrates on Ecology course. Jerry McKenzie, Dyer Quillen review before biology test. Conservation on Ecology taught in the interim for elementary edu- cation majors . . . biology exams taken en masse in Townsend . . . other interim courses include Ad- vanced Winter Ecology and Human Evolution . . . James Wynn new member of staff. 155 Dr. Ronald Manley Professor Department Chairman Lynn McGill Instructor Dr. William Schirmer Assistant Professor Lynn Whiting Instructor Lynn McGill adds personal touch to band s halftime per- formance. Ronald Manley. Lynn Whiting, and Lynn McGill pause for a break during the dress rehearsal for " On A Clear Day You Can See Forever. ' 156 Stuut, 79tu tc iCt- %i?6to?6t tyeat of Music, Speech ' active . . . College zed . . . performs at etball games and concert . . . Musical m course produces r Day You Can See . Music Education . . other interim of- of the 20th Century Whiting and William in staff . . . musical Where ' s Charley? " May . . . SRO begins . . . piano recitals by David Manner, Jeff Barclay, Tom Reed and Helen Lewis in band entertainment at basketball game. 157 Becky Mize. Carolyn Porter and Jeanne May practice with Cacky Wentworth, depart- ment accompanist. Ronald Manley pauses between classes. Choraliers (first row) Carolyn Porter. Jeanne May. Becky Mize. Margaret Reed. Sandy Yeatts. Edna Young. Cheri Harr. (second row) Rhonda Ballard, Rosemary Czbas, Susan Sayles, Tena Hawkins. Dinah Winters. Karen Franks, Maqua Howell and Dee Dee Nicholson rehearse for spring pop concert. 158 College Choir performs in Nash- ville, Maryville and Knoxville . . . Choraliers sing in Gatlinburg, Sevierville and Knoxville . . . Christmas and spring concerts . . . both groups perform at many campus events and in area high schools . . . student recitals by Becky Campbell, Sandra South, Dinah Winters and Jeanne May. Lynn McGill directs the Choraliers. College Choir entertains high school seniors during Hospitality Weekend. 1 59 ee 4 t 97f Four long years of books . . . classes . . . the English Proficiency Exam . . . Western Civ . . . advi- sors . . . convocations . . . senior privileges? . . . schedule changes . . . more meetings . . . SGA . . . intramural sports . . . fire drills . . . Greek competition . . . fight- ing forest fires in Tellico ... all these coming to an end . . . caps and gown . . . the future? . . . " we will grieve not, rather find strength in what remains behind . . . " (Wordsworth). (from top) Senior class officers Terri Clark, vice-president; James Arnold, president; Lynda tvlcCul- lough, treasurer; Ken Smith, male representative: Carolyn Holbrook, female representative; Linda Schneider, secretary. 162 NANCY LYNN ADAMS BA Behavioral Science St. Cloud, Fla. CHALRES FRANKLIN ADDERHOLD BS Business Management Athens, Tenn. CATERHINE MARIE ARENELLA BA History Bay Shore. N. Y. JAMES TIMOTHY ARNOLD. II BA English Sevierville. Tenn. DIANNA LYNN AUSTIN BS Business Education New Albany, Ind. LEONA BAKER BS Elementary Education Madisonville, Tenn. WILLIAM THURMAN BATES, JR. BA History Greenville, S. C. LEILIA RUTH BOWERS BS Elementary Education Englewood, Tenn. MICHAEL WAYNE BRIDGES BA English Cleveland, Tenn. WILLIAM GARY BROCK BS Mathematics Athens, Tenn. GARY DEAN BROWN BS Health and Physical Education Newport. Tenn. DANNY LEE BRYANT BA Foreign Language Oak Ridge, Tenn. MARGARET NOVELLA BUNCH BS Elementary Education Tellico Plains, Tenn. JAMES MICHAEL CANTRELL BS Social Science Etowah, Tenn. DWAYNE LEE CARROLL BS Elementary Education Athens, Tenn. 163 JOYCE CHRISTINE CASTLE BS Elementary Education Dayton, Tenn. LAWRENCE EDMUND CATE BS Accounting Kingsport, Tenn. ESTHER ANITA CAWOOD BA History Cleveland, Tenn. JAMES SHAWN CLAFFEY BS Biology Hull, Mass. EMMA TERESA CLARK BS Biology Pulaski, Va. THOMAS LEE CLARK, III BA Psychology Nashville, Tenn. CYNTHIA ANN CHANCE BS Biology Athens, Tenn. DAVID PRATT CHANDLER BA Social Science Athens, Tenn. MARTHA PENDLEY CHANDLER BS Business Management Athens, Tenn. 164 HELEN LOIS CHESSER BS Elementary Education Nelson, Ky. CHARLES R-ICHARD COGDILL BS Physical Education Winchester, Tenn. ROBERT LEWIS CONTRYMAN BS Business Management Cincinnati, Ohio VINCENT THOMAS CORNIELLO BS Biology New Haven, Conn. WALTER RILEY CREW BS Biology Athens, Tenn. RANDALL DEAN CRUMP BS Science Education Delano, Tenn. NANCY CATHERINE CROUCH BS Physical Education Rockwood, Tenn. DIANE DARBY BS Elementary Education Athens, Tenn. CAROL ANN DAVIS BS Elementary Education Warwick, N. J. JUDITH HANKINS DAVIS BS Physical Education Athens, Tenn. ROSEMARY MERRELL DENUYL BS Business Management Athens, Tenn. SUSAN JACOBS DIETRICH BS Elementary Education Cleveland, Tenn. DENNIS GERALD DURST BS Social Science Pittsburg, Pa. DWIGHT KEY ERWIN BS Physical Education Englewood, Tenn. WILLIAM PATRICK FINN, II BS Accounting Knoxville, Tenn. »_ 165 LENORA FAYE FINCH BS Elementary Education Middleburgh, N. J. BRENDA GAIL ROWLAND FINNELL BS Business Education Athens. Tenn. MARGARET ANN FORRESTER BA Psychology-Sociology Niota, Tenn. CHRISTINE ANNE FULLER BS Elementary Education Cranford. N. J. JOSEPH WAYNE GALLA BA Psychology-Sociology Versailles, Pa. DELORES GAMBLE BS Elementary Education Athens. Tenn. JEFFREY WILLIAM GARBOW BA Psychology Ottawa. Ontario, Canada JAMES ROBERT GILBERT BS Social Science Riceville. Tenn. SANDRA JOAN GUINN BS Mathematics Lenoir City. Tenn. DAVID ARNOLD HAMBRIGHT BS Biology Charleston, Tenn. ELIZABETH DIANNE HAMBY BA Psychology-Sociology Atlanta, Ga. ROBERT EDWARD HAMILTON BA Social Science Englewood, Tenn. JAMES DAVID HAMILTON BS Chemistry Harnman, Tenn. VANT HENRY HARDAWAY BA History Athens, Tenn. JIMMY JOE HARLESS BA Religion and Philosophy Loudon, Tenn. 166 RICHARD LEE HARRINGTON BS Elementary Education Knoxville, Tenn. JAMES RONALD HEMPHILL BS Elementary Education Tellico Plains, Tenn. MARTHA PHILLIPS HEMPHILL BS Elementary Tenn. Tellico Plains, Tenn. CAROLYN HOLBROOK BS Elementary Education Bristol, Va. JUDITH ANN HUFF BS Elementary Education Sevierville, Tenn. WENDALL RONALD HUSKEY BS Physical Education Sevierville, Tenn. REIKO IGAWA BA Religion and Philosophy Nagasaki, Japan GLENN ALLEN INGRAM BS Physical Education Athens, Tenn. JERRY IRONS BA Physical Education Riceville, Tenn. Se uon Carol Smith serves as Student Government Association Secretary. 167 JERRY JOHNSON BS Physical Education Harriman, Tenn. LINDA SUSAN JOHNSON BS Elementary Education Harriman, Tenn. WANDA SUE JONES BS Elementary Education Stuart, Va. CAROLYN ANN JONES BS Elementary Education Concord, Tenn. BERT JORDAN, JR. BS Business Management Dayton, Ohio Tom Clark, student body president, listens to question from interested stu- dent. 168 JOHN EDWARD KINCHELOE BA English Marion, Ore. ARLENE BEAVER KIRSHROT BS Physical Education Athens, Tenn. ERIC WILFRED KOSCHE BS Business Management South Woodstock, Conn. AUGUST PETER KOSTER, III BA Psychology-Sociology Seymour, Tenn. MARY JEAN LAFON BA Mathematics Townsend, Tenn. SUE ANN BROWN LANSFORD BS Elementary Education Signal Mountain, Tenn. REGINA MARIE LAWRENCE BA Elementary Education Bemis Point, N. Y. MARILYN KAYE LEGARD BS Elementary Education Narrows, Va. MARGARET FRANCES LEWIS BA Psychology-Sociology Limestone, Tenn. WESLEY JOHN LINKOVICH BS Business Management Edgewater, Fla. PHYLLIS ROSE McALISTER BS Physical Education Cleveland, Tenn. MARY LYNDA McCULLOUGH BA Art Etowah, Tenn. MILTON FRANCIS McSPADDEN, JR. BA Psychology-Sociology Athens, Tenn. JOE LAWRENCE MARINE BA Religious Studies Benton, Tenn. JAMES AUSTIN MARTIN BS Social Science Greeneville, Tenn. 169 ScHti e uo t4, PATRICIA ANN MASON BS Elementary Education Chattanooga, Tenn. QUINTON RAY MATHEWS BS Mathematics Athens, Tenn. KATHRYN ALLEN MIZE BS Physical Education Knoxville, Tenn. GERALD RICHARD MOATES BA Religious Studies Etowah, Tenn. DONALD LEON MURRAY BS Business Administration Athens, Tenn. GEORGE ANDREW PAINTER, JR. BA Social Science Athens. Tenn. FREDDIE DEWITT PHILLIPS BS Accounting Englewood, Tenn. WILLIAM CARTER PRATHER BS Business Management Pittsview, Ala. ROGER PHILLIP PRESSLEY BS Elementary Education Oak Ridge, Tenn. MARY JANE PURDY BS Business Education Lenoir City, Tenn. FREDERICK RICHARD PUSCH, JR. BS Elementary Education Union City, Tenn. JERRY DALE RAINS BA Psychology Kingston, Tenn. 170 STEPHEN LANIER RAY BS Chemistry Maryville, Tenn. RONALD EDWARD ROEMMELT BS Elementary Education Belvidere. N. J. MARGARET ANN ROWE BS Elementary Education Enterprise, Ala. LINDA SUE SCHNEIDER BS English Education Hamilton, Ohio VIRGINIA LOUISE SHEFFEY BS Mathematics and Physical Science Athens, Tenn. CRAIG LEE SHIRLEY BA Speech and Theater Mt. Vernon, N. J. LINDA JEAN SHOCKLEY BS Biology Mornstown, Tenn. ALVA JEAN SMITH BS Business Education Sweetwater, Tenn. DIXIA CAROL SMITH BA English Chattanooga, Tenn. HELEN MARGARET SMITH BS Physical Education Duffield, Va. KENNETH WARRINGTON SMITH BS Social Science McMinnville, Tenn. WILLAIM ARTHUR STEPPE BS Social Science Maryville, Tenn. WILLIE ADALINE STEVENS BS Business Education Madisonville, Tenn. CAROL KIDWELL SULLIVAN BS Social Science Athens, Tenn. TIMOTHY JAMES SULLIVAN BA Behavioral Science Athens, Tenn. 171 SHARON KAY SUTTLES BA English Hixon, Tenn. WANDA FAYE SUTTON BS Psychology-Sociology Cleveland, Tenn. MELVIN MICHAEL TALLENT BA Social Science Tellico Plains, Tenn. WILLIAM HOWARD TAPP BA Behavioral Science Knoxville, Tenn. PAUL THOMAS, JR. BS Economics Athens, Tenn. JOHN LESLIE TORCHICK BS Biology Charleston, Tenn. KAREN TROTTER BS Business Education Athens, Tenn. ELMER ELLSWORTH VANDEVENTER BA Behavioral Science Cleveland, Tenn. DONNA RUDDER WADDLE BS Social Science Athens, Tenn. Boredom, intense interest, and enjoyment are reflected in the faces of these TWC students at a Wednesday morning convocation progran 172 JOHN SQUIBB WADDLE, JR. BA Accounting Athens, Tenn. SARAH JEWELL WAMPLER BS Elementary Education Chattanooga, Tenn. BARBARA JEAN WATTENBARSER BS Business Education Athens, Tenn. LARRY STINER WATTENBARGER BS Elementary Education Ten Mile, Tenn. WILLIAM PARKS WEBB BS Accounting Oak Ridge, Tenn. DAISY WHITING BS English Education Athens, Tenn. MARGARET ORR WILLIAMS BS Elementary Education Athens, Tenn. TERRENCE BRANDON WININGER BS Accounting Knoxville, Tenn. REBECCA LEE WOODS BS Elementary Education Maryville, Tenn. 173 A - ADAMS MARY BIEHUNKO: Deans List. ADAMS, NANCY LYNN: Sigma Kappa. Best Intramural Athlete. W.A.A. ADDERHOLD CHARLES FRANK- LIN: Phi Sigma Kappa. Honors List, Dean ' s List. ARENELL A CATHERINE MARIE: Honors List. Dean s List. ARNOLD. JAMES TIMOTHY. Ill: Sigma Phi Epsilon, Senior Class presi- dent, Mr. TWC candidate. Honors List. AUSTIN. DIANA LYNN: Governing Board, Dean ' s List. B BAKER. LEONA: Dean ' s List. BATES. WILLIAM THURMAN, JR.: Pi Kappa Phi, Dean ' s List. BELL, BRUCE ANTHONY: Honors List, Dean s List. BETHSHARES, JOHN NEIL: Honors List, Dean ' s List. BILDERBACK. ELIZABETH ANN: Ki- wanis Award, Honors List. BILLINGSLEY, DARRIS JANE: Phi Mu. Junior Class officer, Dean s List. BLAZER. JILL BLAKE: Kappa Delta president, Women ' s Governing Board, Dean ' s List. BOONE, JERALDINE WILLIAMS BOWERS, LEILIA RUTH: Dean ' s List, Honors List. BRANTLEY, MARY ELIZABETH: Kappa Delta, play productions. Hon- ors List. Independents slugger Nancy Adams waits tor pitch. BRIGHT. RONALD DAVID: English Award, Springs of Helicon staff Dean s List. BROCK WILLIAM GARY: Alpha Chi, Honors List, Dean ' s List. BROWN, GARY DEAN: Dean ' s List. BRYANT, DANNY LEE: Who ' s Who, Alpha Chi, Dean ' s List, Honors List. BUNCH, MARGARET NOVELLA: Dean ' s List. Honors List. — C — CAMPBELL. REBECCA ANN: Delta Rho Mu. College Choir, Music Educa- tors National Conference. CANTRELL. JAMES MICHAEL: Dean ' s List. CATE, LAWRENCE EDMUND CAWOOD ESTHER ANITA: Phi Mu Women ' s Governing Board. Choral- iers, Honors List, Dean ' s List. CHANCE. CYNTHIA ANN: Junior Class officer, Pi Kappa Phi Rose Court, Homecoming Court, Miss TWC Court, Alpha Chi, Senior Super- lative, Alpha Xi Delta, Who ' s Who, Panhellenic Council, Townsend Prize, Henry-Wilson Award, Honors List, Dean ' s List. CHANDLER. DAVID PRATT: Sigma Phi Epsilon. CHANDLER, MARTHA PENDLEY CLAFFEY, JAMES SHAWN: Sigma Phi Epsilon, Delta Kappa, Judicial Council, Senior Superlative, Biology Club president, Dean ' s List. CLARK, EMMA TERESA: Sigma Kappa, Senior Class officer, Whos Who. Biology Club. Women ' s Govern- ing Board, Cherokee Hardware Com- 174 Barbara Wattenbarger adjusts hood before graduation processiona Dany Prize, Miss TWC Court, Dean ' s st, Honors List. CLARK, THOMAS LEE. Ill: SGA Dresident and vice-president, Fresh- nan Class president, Sigma Phi Epsi- on, Who ' s Who, Delta Kappa, Senior Superlative, Mr. TWC, Fraternity Man of Year, Greek King, Outstanding Sen- or Psychology Major Award, Dean ' s Award, Beta Psi Service Award, Am- bassador, Honors List, Dean ' s List. CLICK, RONALD CARTER: P, Kappa Phi. COGDILL, CHARLES RICHARD: In- tramural Athlete of Year, Dean ' s List. COLEMAN, ROBERT VICTOR, JR.: Sigma Phi Epsilon. CONTRYMAN, ROBERT LEWIS: Pi Kappa Phi, play productions, Dean ' s List. ORNIELLO, VINCENT THOMAS: Sigma Phi Epsilon, Springs of Helicon staff, Dean ' s List, Honors List. CREW, WALTER RILEY: Nocatula staff photographer. CROUCH, NANCY CATHERINE: Alpha Xi Delta, Dean ' s List. CRUMP, RANDALL DEAN: Alpha Chi, Dean ' s List, Honors List. CULPEPPER, MALCOLM EDWARD: Phi Sigma Kappa. DARBY, DIANE: Honors List, Dean ' s List. DAVIS, JUDITH ANNE HANKINS: Sigma Kappa, Sigma Phi Epsilon Sweetheart Court, Cheerleader, Hon- ors List, Dean ' s List. DEFORD, REYNELDA GENTRY: Dean ' s List. DENTON, MARY JANE PURDY: Alpha Chi, Homecoming ueen Fowl- er Dormitory president, Honors List, Dean ' s List. DENUYL, ROSEMARY MERRELL: Alpha Chi, Honors List, Dean s List. DIETRICH, SUSAN JACOBS DILLARD, RUTH ANN JONES DURST, DENNIS GERALD: Varsity golf, Dean ' s List. ERVIN, DWIGHT KEY: Deans List. — F- FINCH, LENORA KAYE: Pi Kappa Phi Sweetheart, Pi Kappa Phi Rosebud, May Court, Homecoming Court, Homecoming O ueen ' Calendar Girl, Women ' s Governing Board, Dean ' s List. FINN, WILLIAM PATRICK. Ill: Dean ' s List. FINNELL, BRENDA GAIL ROW- LAND: Sigma Kappa, Dean ' s List. FORRESTER, MARGARET ANN: Alpha Xi Delta, Ambassador, Calen- dar Girl, Who ' s Who, Miss TWC can- didate, Panhellenic Council, Miss Wes- leyan Pageant contestant, Dean ' s List. FOX, RONNIE HOWARD: Circle K, Dean ' s List. FULLER, CHRISTINE ANNE: Dean ' s List. GALLA, JOSEPH WAYNE: Dean ' s List. GAMBLE, DELOIS NEIL: Dean ' s List. GARBOW. JEFFREY WILLIAM: Pi Kappa Phi president, Interfraternity Council, Delta Kappa, Dean ' s List. GENTRY, NELLE DEAN GREEN, DENNIS LEON: Varsity bas- ketball. GUINN, SANDRA JOAN: Indepen- dent Women president, Who ' s Who, Independent Woman of Year. Alpha Chi, National Methodist Scholarship winner, Dean ' s List, Honors List. — H — HALLBERG, MARGE KAYE: Honors List. 175 Dean Smith, Carol Smith, and Tim Sullivan in a jovial mood before commencement. " HAMBRIGHT, DAVID ARNOLD: Pi Kappa Phi. Judicial Council chairman, Interfraternity Council, Delta Kappa, Alpha Chi, Who s Who. Senior Super- lative, Mr. TWC candidate, Balfour Award, Kiwanis Award. Henry-Wilson Award, Honors List, Dean ' s List. HAMBY, ELIZABETH DIANE: Sigma Kappa, Calendar Girl, Dean ' s List. HAMILTON, JAMES DAVID: Who ' s Who, Varsity basketball captain. Out- standing Athletes of America. Alpha Chi, Delta Kappa, Dean ' s List. HAMILTON, ROBERT EDWARD HARDAWAY, VANT HENRY: Pi Kappa Phi, College Choir, play pro- ductions, Dean ' s List. HARLESS. JIMMY JOE: Honors List, Dean ' s List. HARRINGTON, RICHARD LEE: P. Kappa Phi, New Exponent editor, Sen- ior Superlative, Who ' s Who, Dean ' s List. HEMPHILL, JAMES RONALD: Circle K, Honors List, Dean ' s List. HEMPHILL. MARTHA PHILLIPS: Honors List. HIGGS. RONALD DALE: Deans List. HOLBROOK, CAROLYN: Kappa Delta. Women ' s Governing Board. Senior Class officer. HOPPER, CAROLYN GIBBY HOUSLEY. MALANA MASON: Sigma Kappa, Dean s List. HUFF JUDITH ANN: Deans List, Honors List. HUSKEY, WENDELL RONALD: Varsi- ty basketball, Dean ' s List. HUTSELL, TIMOTHY WENDELL — I — IGAWA, REIKO: International Club. Alpha Chi. INGRAM, GLEN ALLEN: Deans List. ISBILL PATRICIA IRENE — J — JAMES, DAVID EUGENE JEWELL, LINDA McKEE: Honors List. JOHNSON, JERRY: Dean ' s List. JOHNSON, LINDA SUSAN: Nocatu- la staff, Dean ' s List. JONES. CAROLYN ANN: Phi Mu president. Senior Superlative, Wom- en ' s Governing Board, Panhellenic Council, Dean s List. JONES, WANDA SUE: Alpha Chi, Women ' s Governing Board. Dean ' s List. JORDAN. BERT. JR: Varsity basket- ball manager. K KENNEDY. BRENDA SUE: Alpha Chi Kiwanis Award, Honors List, Dean ' s List. KINCHLOE, JOHN EDWARD KING, GARY LYNN: Sigma Phi Epsi- lon, Dean ' s List. KING, SANDRA MAUDE KIRSHROT. ARLENE BEAVER: Alpha Xi Delta. Cheerleader, Junior Class of- ficer, Who s Who, Sociology Award, Honors List, Dean ' s List. KOSCHE, ERIC WILFRED: College Choir, Dean ' s List. 176 Jim Claffey, Cynthia Chance, unidentified senior enter serious conversation before commencement ex- ercises. KOSTER, AUGUST PETER, III: Dean ' s List. KUYKENDALL, CHARLENE HICKS: Alpha Xi Delta. — L — LAFON, MARY JEAN: Alpha Chi, Honors List, Dean ' s List. LANSFORD, SUE ANN BROWN: Sigma Kappa president, Women ' s Governing Board president, W.A.A. president, Senior Superlative, Phi Sigma Kappa Moonlight Girl, Miss TWC candidate, Dean ' s List. LAWRENCE, REGINA MARIE: Kappa Delta, Sigma Phi Epsilon Pledge Princess Court, Dean ' s List, Honors List. LEGARD, MARILYN MARIE: Wom- en ' s Governing Board, Dean ' s List. LEWIS, MARGARET FRANCES: Women ' s Governing Board, Dean ' s List. LICHLYTER, DONALD EUGENE LILLARD, PATRICIA KIMBROUGH: Alpha Chi, Dean ' s List. LINKOVICH, WELSEY JOHN: Pi Kappa Phi, Alpha Chi, Wall Street Journal Award, Honors List, Dean ' s List. LYONS, CHRISTINE SYLVESTER M McALISTER, PHYLLIS ROSE: Honors List, Dean ' s List. McAMIS, CHARLES ALAN 4-J-4 6 tye McCULLOUGH, MARY LYNDA: Kappa Delta, Panhellenic president, Who ' s Who, Senior Class officer. Miss TWC Court, Ambassador, Public School Art Award, Nocatula staff, Dean ' s List, Honors List. McSPADDEN, MILTON FRANCIS, JR.: Dean ' s List. Mcdowell, gilbert charles: Varsity basketball student coach. MAGUIRE, EDWARD JOSEPH, JR.: Sigma Phi Epsilon, Dean ' s List. MARINE, JOE LAWRENCE: Out- standing Ministerial Student Award, Honors List, Dean ' s List. MARTIN, JAMES AUSTIN MASON, EULAH JANE: Dean ' s List. MASON, JOHN EDWARD: Honors List. MASON, MARY SUE MASON, PATRICIA ANN MATHEWS, OUINTON RAY: Deans List. MEEKS, DAVID EDWARD MILLER, ROBERT LEWIS MILLS, MELVIN LYNN: Dean ' s List. MIZE, KATHRYN ALLEN: Kappa Delta, W.A.A., Nocatula staff, Honors List. MOATES. GERALD RICHARD: Dean ' s List. MORRIS, LEONAR D WOODFORD MOSS, BRENDA SUE: Deans List, Honors List. MURRAY, DONALD LEON — O — OLIVER, DEBORAH BLACKWOOD OVERTON, RICHARD DAY: Phi Sigma Kappa, Mr. TWC candidate, Alpha Xi Delta Dream Man, play pro- 177 ductions, Freshman Class officer, Dean ' s Lisf. OWENBY, JIMMY MARSHALL -P — PAINTER, GEORGE ANDREW, JR.: Sigma Phi Epsilon president, Junior Class officer, SGA vice-president, Who ' s Who, Alpha Chi, Delta Kappa Mr. TWC candidate, Cirlce K Service Award, Dean ' s List. PHILLIPS, FREDDIE DEWITT: Alpha Chi, McMinn County Bar Association Award, Dean ' s List. PIERSON, MARION JANE: Indepen- dent Women, Dean ' s List, Honors List. PITTMAN, KATHLEEN RICHARDS PITTS, COLEEN HALL: Honors List. PRATHER, WILLIAM CARTER PRESSLEY, ROGER PHILLIP: Pi Kappa Phi, Dean ' s List, Honors List. PRYOR, ANDREW CLYDE PUSCH, FREDERICK RICHARD, JR.: Circle K Club, Dean ' s List. RA INS, JERRY DALE: Circle K Club, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Dean ' s List. ROEMMELT, RONALD EDWARD: Phi Sigma Kappa, Dean ' s List. ROGERS, BENJAMIN HOWARD ROWE, MARGARET ANN: Phi Mu, Dean ' s List. RUNYAN, JOY NEWTON: Dean ' s List. — S — SARVER, LINDA CAROL: Alpha Chi, Dean ' s List, Honors List. SAYLORS, ANN ELIZABETH: Kappa Delta, play productions, Honors List. SCHNEIDER, LINDA SUE: Sigma Rob Contryman performs during opening week activities. Kappa, W.A.A. president, Nocatula staff, Senior Superlative, Women ' s Governing Board, Senior Class officer, Panhellenic Council, play productions, Dean ' s List, Honors List. SCHULTZ, NANCY LONG: Dean ' s List. SHEFFEY, VIRGINIA LOUISE: Dean ' s List. SHIRLEY, CRAIG LEE: Stage manag- er, play productions, Dean ' s List. SHOCKLEY, LINDA JEAN: Indepen- dent Women vice-president, Alpha Chi president, Who ' s Who, Dean ' s List. SIKES, ELEANOR McCRARY: Dean ' s List, Honors List. SLACK, DICKY LAVON: Varsity bas- ketball, Who ' s Who, Delta Kappa, Outstanding Athletes of America, Dean ' s List. SMITH, DEAN LYLE SMITH, DIXIA CAROL: Sigma Kappa president, Panhellenic president, SGA secretary, Sophomore Class officer, Sorority Woman of the Year, May Court, Gent ' s Nite Queen, Who ' s Who, Miss TWC, Senior Superlative, Dean ' s List. SMITH, HELEN MARGARET: Wom- en ' s Governing Board, Independent Women, Dean ' s List. SMITH, KENNETH WARRINGTON: Pi Kappa Phi, Senior Class officer, var- sity golf captain, Outstanding Ath- letes of America, Dean ' s List. SOUTH, SANDRA KAY: College Choir, Ambassador. SQUIRES, CHARLES TOLLIVER STEPHENS, BILLY WAYNE: Dean ' s List. STEPHENS, HARRIS SNIDER 178 Dicky Slack receives congratulations from family after graduation. Commencement the subject for George Painter and friends. STEPPE, WILLIAM ARTHUR: Pi Kappa Phi, Interfraternity Council, Honors List, Dean ' s List. STEVENS, WILLIE ADELINE: Deans List. STUDDARD, JOHN FLOYD: Dean ' s List. SUD. RAJNI MOHINDRA SULLIVAN, BEVERLY CAROL KID- WELL: Kappa Delta, Honors List. Dean ' s List. SULLIVAN, TIMOTHY JAMES: Phi Sigma Kappa president, Honors List, Dean ' s List. SUTTLES, SHARON KAY: Alpha Chi, Sigma Kappa, Honors List, Dean ' s List. SUTTON, WANDA FAYE: Springs of Helicon staff, Honors List, Dean ' s List TALLENT, MELVIN MICHAEL: Circle K president, Circle K " Man of Year, ' ' Dean ' s List. TAPP, WILLIAM HOWARD: Pi Kappa Phi, College Choir, Circle K Service Award, Sophomore Class offi- cer, play productions, Senior Superla- tive, Mr. TWC candidate, Noca+ula business manager, Delta Kappa, Dean ' s List. THOMAS, PAUL, JR. TITTLE, CHERYL ANN: Phi Mu, Hon- ors List. Dean ' s List. TORCHICK, JOHN LESLIE: Biology Club. TROTTER, JOYCE THOMPSON: Dean s List. U UNDERWOOD, LINDA JACQUE- LINE: Dean ' s List. VANDEVENTER. ELMER ELLSWORTH: Dean ' s List. VOILES, RICHARD ROLLANDIS: Dean ' s List. W WADDLE, DONNA RUDDER: Phi Mu, Dean ' s List. WADDLE. JOHN SQUIBB, JR.: Dean ' s List. WAMPLER, SARAH JEWELL: Alpha Xi Delta, Nocatula assistant editor, Dean ' s List. WATTENBARGER, BARBARA JEAN: Compass Club president, Dean ' s List. WATTENBARGER, LARRY STINER: Dean ' s List. WATTENBARGER, LINDA JACQUELINE WEBB, WILLIAM PARKS: Sigma Phi Epsilon, SGA treasurer, Dean ' s List. WHITE, JAMES, JR.: Phi Sigma Kappa, Honors List. WHITLOW, BERTHA PINSON WHITTAKER, HELEN LOIS CHESSER: Choraliers. WILHITE, CHARLES ELVIS, JR.: Sigma Phi Epsilon. Honors List. WILLIAMS, MARGARET ORR: Dean ' s List. WITT, JOYCE CASTLE: Dean ' s List. WOODS, REBECCA LEE: Kappa Delta. Dean ' s List. YATES. REX LEE 179 V{ tcte ietciA4 Ke t Junior Class officers: Cliff Goodlet, Gayle Williams. Jim Graham, Donna Robbins, and Dave Jones. f b£-£k , 3fc ??v «£f£ Sophomore Class officers: Mary Frazier. Susan Porter, Janie Mize, Dale King, and Mark Davis. Freshman Class officers: Jim Ziegler Bo Perldnson, Barbara Stafford, Charlie Smith, Linda Temple and Stan McArthur. 180 Edward Allen junior Rick Allen freshman Beverly Anderson . junior Joyce Arms sophomore Becky Atchley freshman Carol Bach freshman Carolyn Baker . freshman Rhonda Ballard ..freshman Kafhy Bason . .sophomore Linda Beavers . .sophomore Becky Beene sophomore David Billingsley sophomore James Bishop freshman Marilyn Blackburn freshman Mack Bland . freshman Marsha Bliss sophomore Robert Boggess freshman Fred Bolton freshman Patricia Brewer sophomore Denise Brown freshman Students anxiously await the crowning of the Momecoming queen. 181 7i tdenclaA4 tie t And you were hungry? Robert Bruce junior Rick Bryant junior Diane Buckley freshman Karen Burrell freshman Dennis Cagle junior Rhonda Cameron junior Malinda Carpenter freshman Carolyn Carter freshman Pamela Carter freshman Patsy Cates sophomore James Charasika junior Gary Chisholm freshman David Cholet sophomore Ah-KowChan sophomore Peppy Chandler freshman Phil Clark junior Donna Coffey sophomore Jane Collett freshman John Concino sophomore Rosemary Czbas freshman Brenda Dailey freshman Karen Dale sophomore Shaune Dallett sophomore Ron Dalton freshman Barbara Davenport , freshman 182 A hi Mark Davis sophomore Sandra Davis .junior Debbie Dealcins freshman Bob Delia Valle . sophomore Lynne DeLozier . . freshman Tina Denny freshman Bob Dick Susan Dixon |unior junior Bill Dougherty . . freshmc Tom Drumheller . .sophomore Joel Dunlap junior Paulette Ellis . . junior Billie Elrod junior Pat+i Farley freshman Donna Farrar freshman Joe Federico freshman Joe Fee freshman Susan Finley freshman Karen Franks sophomore Mary Frazier sophomore Arlo Fullmer freshman Glenda Geer freshman Joanna Glover freshman Bill Gooch junior Jim Graham junior l Students line up for a delicious meal in the cafeteria. 183 Pat Greer -freshman Billy Ann Gregory junior Gene Griffitts freshman Barbie Grubb freshman Linda Hallau sophomore Sherry Hamblin freshman Linda Hampton sophomore Sandra Hargis freshman William Harley freshman Jerry Harrill freshman Lindsay Hawkins sophomore Tena Hawkins freshman Marcia Hegeman sophomore Jeff Henderson sophomore Steve Henley sophomore Janet Hensley freshman Debbie Holtrclaw sophomore Ellen Hook freshman Frank Hornick junior David Hosking sophomore Brenda Humber freshman Linda Humphreys sophomore Lamara Hurt . , . freshman Jill Hutsell freshman Kay Isbell sophomore Jan Rankin, Paulette Ellis and Martha McBryde enjoy a dorm meeting. 184 Dr. William E. Cole. University of Tennessee, speaks to Sociology class. 7i4€ctencla 4 Ke i Chuck Isbill junior Eric Jacobs junior Steve Johnson freshman Susan Johnson freshman Karen Jones Jack Jung |umor Janet Keeble junior Debbie Keene sophomore Debbie Kennedy freshman Winona Kennedy sophomore Gary Kidd freshman Carolyn Kincaid sophomore Mary Nile King junior Karen Kirkland freshman Mary Lynn Kirkman freshman Debbie Kost freshman Sharon Lamon junior Teresa Landreth sophomore Gary Lay sophomore Helen Lewis freshman Robert Lewis freshman Vickie Lockmiller freshman Jim Looper sophomore Kay Lovett freshman Susie Loy freshman 185 Robert Luciano freshman Martha McBryde freshman Bill McCauley freshman Cathy McCord sophomore Pete McGuire freshman Roland Macher freshman Thira Maithai freshman Janice Marr sophomore Mary Mason junior Betsi Mathis freshman Jeanne May junior Marilyn May freshman Denise Medved freshman Keith Menchel freshman Bill Mertz freshman Jack Miller junior Jann Miller sophomore Janie Mize sophomore Susan Monroe freshman Bill Monticchio |unior The tedious process of registration seems to puzzle Brenda Daley. 186 Dan Moore freshman Wanda Moore , junior Dean Morrison . junior Barbara Morton . freshman Connie Mount .... , freshman Becky Murrian freshman John Paul Nemeth freshman Mike Nichols freshman Dee Dee Nicholson . sophomore Luajean Nipper sophomore Steve Parkinson junior Ron Parr freshman Barbara Patterson sophomore Anne Payne freshman John Penny freshman 7i tdenclaM KeH, Reference book absorbs the interest of Francis Lynn. 187 7tHctencla A tte t Larry Southern practices for All-Sing? Bo Perkinson freshman Marcia Perry freshman Vicki Peterson junior Carolyn Porter freshman A Sue Porter junior L B|k ifl Susan Porter sophomore Sarah Prichard sophomore Paula Pruett sophomore Sammie Queen freshman Jan Rankin sophomore David Reed freshman Margaret Reed freshman Tom Reed sophomore Dwaine Rhea sophomore Donna Robbins junior A Steve Robbins junior W — — _ ' Sandra Roberts freshman Susan Richardella freshman Dennis Ridley freshman Ronald Ritz freshman 188 George Rogers . sophomore Jeff Rosenbach freshman Lee Ross junior LuceHe Roy sophomore Susan Rudd freshman Susan Sayles junior Vicki Scealf freshman Beverly Schnell . . freshman Lynne Sharp sophomore Lynet+e Sides . freshman Norman Nagy discusses unusual art project with Mr. Jolly. Moving into the dorm is a tiresome job for Bruce Bell. 189 David Smith junior Gilbert Smith freshman Glenda Smith . . . freshman Jerry Smith |unior Joyce Smith sophomore Lionell Smith sophomore Paul Smith junior Terry Smith sophomore Jean Snider sophomore S+eve Spiak - freshman L X|V David Starr lunior Debbie Starr sophomore Glenn Stetler lunior Lyonie Sturtevant junior Nancy Surface sophomore June Taylor junior Mike Taylor freshman Linda Temple freshman Frank Terry junior Don Thomas •-esr-2 " The social lives of Wesleyan s female students are recorded for posterity on the well-worn sign-out cards. 190 Becky Thorn son sophomore Hershel Tidwell . sophomore Linda Tipton sophomore Howie Tompkins junior Dlanne Trotter freshman Randy Vernon , sophomore Daryl Wagner sophomore Charlotte Wallis .... . sophomore Sam Ware .junior Janet Waters . sophomore Jan Watson . freshman Frank Weldon sophomore Mike West sophomore Celeste Whipple freshman Ray Wilkerson freshman Z( tden€l zAA Ke € ■H lie writes first time — every time! 191 Gayle Williams junior Susie Williams freshman Susan Williams . freshman Beth Willien sophomore Sara Willien Cathy Wilson freshman freshman Janet Wilson Dinah Winters . sophomore junior Vt tdencla44 pie t Arlene Kirshrot referees the volleyball tournament in women ' s intramu- ral action. Zelma Witt junior Randy Wolfe sophomore Paula Wolford freshman Jane Worthington freshman Becky Wright freshman Melissa Wright . freshman Sandi Yeatts sophomore Angela Garrett sophomore 192 " PeofUe, fieofite cvfo need freofde . . . ff 193 1 mi r )t • NfO««U?fc£ . J " 1 1411 3 J - «4 M I 195 We ' re in good company Athens Stove Works, Inc. is proud to be a part of this vital and progressive com- munity. A community which offers a combination of advantages to both indi- viduals and companies. Whether one ' s job is selling services, products, going to school, or manufacturing ranges, living and working in this community is a very rewarding experience. We are proud of the company we keep and look forward to many more years of enjoying the good company of all our fellow citizens. ATHENS STOVE WORKS, INC., P. O. 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Nancy —95. 104. 110. 163, 174 Adamsky, Pat Adderhold, Franl — 87. 97 163 ADMINISTRATION — 136 — 139 Ads.t. William Alms. Alice Aldndge, Kelly Allen. Ed — 99. 181 Allen. Laurie — 92. 93 106 Allen. Rid— 78. 98, 99, 181 ALL-SING — 56 — 59 ALPHA CHI — 23 ALPHA XI DELTA — 88. 89 Ambassadors — 181 Amburn. Allan — 80 Anderson, Beverly — I S I Anderson Scottte Arenella, Catherine — 163 Arms. Joyce — 127 181 Arnold James — 48, 163, 164 ART DEPARTMENT— 152 Atchley. Rebecca —91 181 Austin, Diana — 127. 163 B Babbitt, Lloyd Bach, Carol— 126. 181 Baler, Carolyn — 181 Baler Leona — 163 Baler, Maxine Ballard Ed — 99 Ballard Rhonda — 158, 181 Banco. Pete Barker Larry Barclay. Jeff — 157 Barnett, Carolyn Barnett, Donald — III Bason, Kathy — 181 BASKETBALL — 72 — 77 Betes. Barbara Bates. James Bates. William — 163 Beam. Luann — 92 Beasley, Jeannette Beavers, Linda — 181 Beene. Rebecca — 88. 181 BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES DEPARTMENT Belcher. Ted Bell. Bruce Bell, Neal Bellows. Charles — 100 Benavides. Darlynn Bennett, Franlie Bet Ralph -99 147 106 155 10 181 8 Berry, Timothy Bertolette Barry - Bethshares, John Bible Debby — 71 91, Bilderbacl, Elizabeth Billingsley. Dams — 92 Billingsley David I 14, 181 BIOLOGY DEPARTMENT Bishop, Frances Bishop. James — 181 Blaclburn. Marilyn — 33. Blake Charles Bland. Mad — 181 Blazer. Jill Bliss, Marsha — 181 Boggless Robert — 181 Bolton. Fred — 52 99. 181 Bowers. Leha — 163 Boyd Lucille Bragg. Viclie Branttey Betty Brazzell. Van Breeden. William Brewer. Patricia — 126 Bridges, Michael — 163 Bright, Deborah Bright, Ron — 117 Brocl, Patt. Brocl. William — 163 Brown, Denise — 181 Brown. Gary — 163 Brown, Luara Brown, Randolph Brubaler. Susan Bruce. Robert — 182 Brune. Dianne — I Bryan. Hugh — 154 Bryan. James Bryan. Joe Bryant, Danny — 21 123 163 Bryant Rick — 182 Buclley. Diane — 88. 109. 123 182 Bunch, Margaret — 163 Burce, Janet — 104, 185 Burrell. Karen —92. 182 Bush. Ann Burrows, Gary BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION DEPARTMENT — 151 109 208 Alpha Xi Delta all-star catcher Dianne Brune. Cagle. Dennis — 182 Cameron, Rhenda — 23 182 Campbell Rebecca Cantrell Elizabeth Cantrell, James — 163 Carpenter Malmda — 182 Carroll. David Carroll, Dwayne — 66, 163. 166 Carter. Carolyn — 35. 43, 91 182 Carter. Pamela — 182 Castle. Joyce — 164 Cate, Lawrence — 164 Cate Martha Cates. Patsy — 41. 43, 54 91 I 10, 182 Cawood Anita — 164 Chambers, John — 96. 97. 107 Chan. Ah Kow — 182 Chance. Cynthia — 20. 23, 24, 28. 38, 48. 86, 88, III. 1 64 177 Chance. Joe Chandler David — 164 Chandler Martha Chandler, Peppy — 182 Charasila. James — 132, 182 CHEERLEADERS — 70 — 71 CHEMISTRY DEPARTMENT _ 154 Chesser, Lois — 165 Chester, Carolyn Chircop. Michael Chisholm, Gary — 98. 99. 182 Choi Byung Kon Cholet, David — 99 182 Chromicz. John Cicerello. Mario CIRCLE K CALENDAR GIRLS — 32 — 35 CIRCLE K CLUB— 124— 125 Claffey, James — 22. 25. III. 128 164 177 Clarl. Terri — 19. 49. 95. 104. I 19, 121, 164 Clark. Phil — 67, 182 Clark. Tom— 19. 22.25.26.27.28,46.47, 100, 103, 119, 136. 164. 170 Clendenen, Gary Click, Ronnie Close Donald — 100 Close Donna — 104 Coe Web — 79, 100 Coffey Donna —42 55 182 Cogdill. Charles ' — 165 Coker, Carolyn Coleman Robert V. Collett, Mary Jane — 95. 104 182 Colson. Richard COMPASS CLUB— 127 Conner Robert Concino. John — 99 182 Contryman. Rob — 98. 99, 106. 165. 178 Cook, Doug Cooper, John Corniello. Vincent— 165 Cowling, Judi — I 10 Cox. Patricia Crabtree, Kathleen Crew. Walter— 165. 207 Crockett, Charles Crott, Elveta Crouch, Nancy — 165 Crump. Randall — 23 165 Culpepper. John Culpepper, Malcolm CULTURAL EVENTS — 62 — 63 Czbas. Rosemary — 92, 106, 158. 182. 209 Dailey, Brenda — 182 186 Dale, Karen — 182 Dallett. Shaune — 86. 88. 116. 182 Dalton, John Dalton, Ronald — 182 Darby. Diane — 165 Dascole. Diane — 88 Davenport, Barbara — 91. 120, 18; Davidson Joseph Davies Robert Davis, Augusta Davis. Carol — 165 Davis. Judi— 104 165 Davis. Mark— 119. 147 180. 183 Davis. Sandra — 183 Dawson, Mike Deakms, Debbie — 88. 107. 183 Deford. Garnet Delano Joseph Delia Valle. Robert — 183 Deloz.er, Lynne — 183 Del Pino, Jessica Del Pino, Juanita DELTA KAPPA — 22 Denham William Denny. Tina — 183 Denny, James DenUyl, Rosemary — 23, 165 Derrick. Paula Derrick. Vivian Dick Robert — 99. 108. 183 Dietrich Don — 97 Dietrich, Susan — 165 Dillard. Ruth Dixon, Susan— 183 Dodd. Robert Dodgen, Donald Dougherty, William — 183 Dreyer, Patricia — 88 Drumheller, Tom — 99, 144. 183 Duggan, Ida Duke. Davis Dunlap, Joel — 183 Dunlap, Kevin Durst, Denny — 165 Dwyer, Dick — 23. 64 Early. Ellen Eatherly, Richard Eberts Debra EDUCATION DEPARTMENT — 144 Eldridge Lonme Elklns. Kenneth Elklns. Naomi Ellis, Paulette — 88. 89. 121. 183. 184 Elrod. Billie— 183 Elwood. Joyce — 117 Ely. John Paul Emmanuel, Arthur ENGLISH DEPARTMENT — 142 Erbstein, Stuart Ervin, Dwight — 165 Estes. Vivian Ethridge Cheryle ragg Sara Farley Jay Farley, Patti — 183 Farmer Sheilah Farrar. Donna — 183 Ferrer. Roy — 97 Fasig, Henry Federlco, Joe — I 83 Fee. Joe — 183 Flgel Kenneth Filippone. Jay Finch. Lenora — 35. 37, 39. 120, 144. 166 Finley. Susan — 32. 91, 183 F.nley. William Finn. William — 165 Finnell. Brenda — 166 Flatt, Mary Fogleman Hershel Fogleman. James FOREIGN LANGUAGES DEPARTMENT - Forrester, Ann — 20, 48 66 Fowler, Wallace — 99 Fox. Ron Franklin Elizabeth Franks, Karen — 64, 157 158 18 3 FRATERNITY MAN OF YEAR — 103 Frazier. Mary 114. 119. 121 180. 183 FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS — 180 Frost Sherman — 78 Fuller, Christine — 166 Fullmer. Arlo — 183 Fuoss, B.ll — 99 Galla, Joseph — 28, 166 208 Gamble, Delols — 166 Gerbow. J«{( — 22, 87, 98, 99. 166 Garner, Gregory Garner, William Garrett, Angela — 65, 88, 149, 192 Garthwoite, Robert Gaston, Gene Geer. Glenda — 83, 211 Gentry, Nell Gibson, David Gilbert James, Jr. Gilbert, James, Sr, — 166 Gilbert, Warren — 106 Gilliam, Donald Gilliam, Robert Glover, Joanna -»- 183 Goldstein, Jack GOLF — 80 — 81 Gooch. Bill — 22, 125. 183 Goodlet. Cliff— 100. 123. 180 Goodloe. Carol —95. 104. 120 Gowan. John GRADUATION — 28 — 29 Graham, Jim — 100, I 19, 180. 183 Gravely, Franklin GREEK KING, QUEEN — 102 GREEK WEEKEND — 106 — 109 Green, Danny Green. Elizabeth Greene, Robert — 97 Greer, Pat — 92, 157, 184 Gregg, Ann — 91 Gregory. Allen Gregory. Bill.e — 184 Griffitts. Gene — 184 Groll. Charles — 96. 97 107 Grossmann, Alfred Grubb, Barbara — 184 Guffey. James E. Guinn. Sandra — 18. 23, 126, 166 H Hallau, Lmda — 184 Hallberg, Marge Hamblen, Sherry — 97, 184 Hambright, Becky — 67, 91 Hambnght. David — 20. 22. 23. 24. 29, 48. 99. 108, 128. 166 Hamby. Dianne — 33, 95. 104. 166 Hamilton. Jimmy — 18, 166 Hamilton, Robert — 166 Hammond, James — 23. 100 Hampton, Linda — 184 Handley, George — 97 Hardaway. Vant — 166 Hargis, Sandra — 184 Harless, Jim — 166 Harley. Will — 96, 97. 107. 184 Harr. Cheri — 86. 92, 158 Harrell, Donald — 97 Harrell, Pete — 97 Harrill. Jerry — 184 Harrill, R.Jerry — 52. 64 Harrington. Rick — 25. I 16, 167 Hams, Jimmy Harrison, Franklin Hartman, Richard Hatcher, Bill —99, 125 Hawkins. Lindsay— 114, 184 Hawkins, Margaret Ann Hawkins. Tena — 95. 158, 184 HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT Hegemen Mercia — 184 Hambree, Daniel Hemphill, James— 167 Hemphill Martha — 167 Henderson, Jeff— 184 Henley, Steve — 100, 184 Henry, Bernice Hensley, Janet — 95, 104, 184 Hensley, John — 100 Higgs, Ronald Hirsch, James HISTORY DEPARTMENT — 148 — 149 Hitechew, Rita — 65 Hodges, Robert— 100. 109 Hogan, Paul Holbrook. Carolyn — 91, 164 167 Holcombe, Patricia Hotticlaw Debbie — 70. 95. I 14, 122. 184 HOMECOMING QUEEN COURT — 38 — 39 Hook. Ellen — 44. 45. 88, 184 Hoover. Greg HONORS DAY — 26 — 27 Hopper, Carolyn Horner, Jackie — 92 Hornick. Frank — 87. 96, 97, 107, 108, 184 Horton, Glenn Hosking. David — 96, 100, 184 Houghton, Howard Houghton, Thomas Housley. Malana Howard, Nathan Howell, Maqua — 120, 126, 158 Hubble. Robert Huff. Claude Huff, Hugh — 97, 167 Huff, Judy Huggins, Glenn Humber, Brenda — 184 Humphreys. Denny — 97 Humphreys, Linda —95, 184 Hunt. Carrie Hunt Margaret Hunter. Brooks Hurt. Lamara — 184 Huskey. Wendell— 167 Hutsell. Charles Hutsell, Jill — 95. 104, 184 Hutsell, Tim Hutson, David — 87. 97, 107 Hyde. Kenny Igawa. Reiko — 23. 167 INDEPENDENT WOMEN — 126 Infanger, Dan Ingram, Glen — 167 Ingram, Larry INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL - INTERNATIONAL CLUB— 129 INTRAMURALS — 82 — B3 Irons. Jerry — I 67 Irwin, Jane Isbell. Kay — 88. 144, 184 Isblll. Chuck— 100, 185 Ivey, Gary Jacob , Eric— 185 James David Jarnig in. Rubye Jenkin , Danny Jenkln , Lilla Sue Jenkin Mary Tyler Jennin gs, Jerry Jewell Linda Johnsc n, Elsie Johnsc n. Jerry — 168 Johnsc n. Sue— 168 Johnsc n, Susan — 95, 104, 185 Johnsc n, Stephen — 99 185 Johnsc n, Jeanne Jollay Sylvia Jones, Arthur Jones Ann — 86. 121. 168 Jones, Foster — 97 Jones. Jack Jones, Karen — 38. 71. 123. 128 Jones, Mary — 95. 104 107 no Jones David — 22, 87, 100. 119, 180 Rosemary Czbas sings with Choraliers at ba ke+ball game. Jones, Wanda Sue — 120. 168 Jordan. Bert— 168 Jordan, Rebecca — 88 JUDICIAL COUNCIL— 128 Jung. John— 185 JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS — 181 K KAPPA DELTA — 90 — 91 Karafky, Barbara — 92 Keeble, Janet Keene, Debbie — 33, 65. 92, 185 Kellar, William Kelly, Leigh Kennedy. Brenda Randy Wolfe at Circle K Cleanup Day. Kennedy Deborah — 185 Kennedy, Nancy Kennedy Winona — 95, 104. 127, 185 Keylon. Tolitha Kibler, John Kidd Gary— 185 Kilbride, Bill— 100, 105 Kim, Won Goo Kincaid. Caroryn — 185 Kincheloe, John— 169 King Gary Lynn King, Mary Nile — 91 185 King, Dale— 100. 101 119, 180 King, Sandra King. Walter Kircher, Hartmann Kirkland. Karen — 40. 44, 54 88 124 185 Kirkman. Mary — 185 Kirkman. Ted — 100 Kirshrot. Arlene — 21 169 Kirshrot. Herb Klepper George Kosche, Eric— 169 Kost, Debra — 185 Koster, August— 169 Krebs, Richard Kulick, Barbara Kyker, Sammy — 87. 98. 99. 102. 106 Lafon. Jean — 23. 169 Lambert, Kathy — 37. 86. 95. 102 10-4. 107 120 Lamon, Sharon — 86, 9 I 121, 185 Land, Dene — 87 100 Landreth, Teresa — 185 Langley, Ernest Lansford, Sandy — 25. 36, 48 86,95. 104 121. 169 Lawrence. Regina — 91. 169 Lawson. Amy Lay Gary — I 17. 125. 185. 211 Layman. Willa Lees Herbert Lefler, Mark Legard, Kaye — 120, 127. 169 Leslie. Albert Leslie. Betty Lou Lewis. Helen — 157, 185 Lewis, Margaret — 169 Lewis, Robert— 100, 185 LIBRARY— 143 Lichlyter, Donald Lillard. Patricia Linkovich. Wesley — 23. 99, 108 169 Lins, Doreen Lockmiller Vick.e —92 185 Loftis, Ethel Lones, Neenah Long Michael Long. Rita Longmire, David Looper James — 185 Lovett, Kay — 42. 55. 91, 121 185 Lovm Sandra Loy Mary Sue Luciano. Robert 186 209 ? td Lynn, Frances— 187 Lyons, Christine M Mecher. Roland —99. 186 Madison. Brad Maguire, Edward — 100 Ma.thei. Thira — 65. 67. 186 Manthey, Darryl Malone. Cynthia Malone. William —97 Mangels. Nancy Mannor. Oav.d — 52. 53, 125. 157 Marg, Eunice Marg, William Marine. Joe — 169 Marr, Janice — 120. 186 Marshall. Elizabeth Martin, James — 169 Mason, Jane Mason. John Edward Mason, Mary — 91 109. 186 Mason, Mary Sue Mason, Patricio — 170 Mathews. Qumton — 170 MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT — 145 Mathis, Elizabeth — 92. 186 May. Jeanne — 95. 104. IIS. 158. 186 May, Marilyn — 91, 186 Mazanek. Edward McAlister, Phyllis — 169 McAhster, Stanley McAmis, Charles McArthur, John— 128 McArthur, Stamton — 38, 100, 105, 119, 123, 180 McBryde. Martha —123. 184 186 McCeuley. Bill — 99, 115, 123. 186 McCoin, Joseph McCord, Cathy — 71,95. 104, 114, 122, 186 McCulley, Stephen McCullough, Lynda — 21, 49. 91 164 169 McDonald. Tom McDowell. Gilbert McDowell. Sally McDuffie. Judy McGhee, Pat McGill, Howard McGuire. Peter — 186 McKenry. Betty McKenzie, Jerry — 155 McMahan, Miles McMahon, Dan McMillm, David McSpadden. M.lton — 169 Medved, Den.se — 41, 42, 52 53, 54 I 14, 123, 186 Melchen. Edward Melton. Carolyn Menchel, Keith — 186 Mendoza, Fernando Mertz. William — 186 Miller. Al Miller, Jack — 97 186 Miller. Jann — 95. 128. 186 Miller. Melvm Miller. Robert Milsaps, Sidney MISS WESLEYAN — 40 — 41 MISS WESLEYAN CANDIDATES — 42 — 45 MISS WESLEYAN PAGEANT — 54 — 55 Mitchell. Jane Mitchell. Mile Mize. Becly — 92, 114 115. 121, 155, 158 Mize, Jame — 91. I 19. 180. 186 Mize. Kathy — 91, 170 Moates. Gerald — 170 Monroe, Lennis Monroe, Susan — 186 Monticchlo, Robert— 186 Mooney, Cynthia — 71,91, 1 04, 1 49 Moore, Danny — 187 Moore, Wanda — 134. 187 Morey, John Morris, Jim — 97 Morrir Leonard Moses. Roger Morrison, Dean — 99, 187 Morton, Barbara — 187 Moser. Stanley Mosher, Warren Moss Jeanette Moss Brenda Sue Mount. Connie MR.. MISS TWC - 46 - 47 MR.. MISS TWC CANDIDATES - 48 - 49 Mulllns. Bruce Murray, Don — 170 Murrian. Rebecca — 187 MUSIC DEPARTMENT — 156 — 159 Myers, Rick — 99 N Nagy. Norman Nation. Mary Naff, Karen — 88, I I I Neff, Ray Nelson. Jim Nemeth, John — 100. 107. 187 NEW EXPONENT — I 16 Newton, George Nichols. John — 187 Nicholson Dee Dee — 44, 45 92, 158, 187 Nipper. Luajeen — 187 NOCATULA —114—115 Norulak. Linda — 95. 104 Norwood, Larry Norwood, Stephen — 99 O ' Brien. Jay — 23 Obnwin, Vera ODonnell, Helen Oliver, Debbie ON A CLEAR DAY.. PRODUCTION - Onks. R.Cky Osborne. Merrill — 52 53 O ' Shea. Paul III1H3 ' Student leaders convene in Sherman lounge during pre-year conference. Overton. Rick — 52 48, 97 Pierson, Marlon R Owenby. Jimmy PI KAPPA PHI — 98 — 99 Pitts, Colleen Rains, Jerry — 170 P Plemons, Alice Rankin. Jan — 88 1 14 184 188 POP CONCERTS — 60 — 61 Rasnake, Johnny Padula. Mike Porter, Carolyn — 92. 158. 188 Ray. James Painter. George — 18. 49. 100. 118 170, 179 Porter. Susan — 37. 38. 54, 95, 104 1 14. 153. 180. 188 Ray. Steve — 98. 99, 106. 171 PANHELLENIC COUNCIL — 86 Porter. Sue — 34. 188 Reasoner. Howard Parker, James — 97 Postelle. Becky Redwine. Dan Parkinson, Stephen — 187 Prather. William — 170 Reed, David — 188 Parr, Ronald — 187 PRESIDENT CHARLES TURNER — 132 — 133 Reed, Margaret — 126 158, 188 Patterson, Barbara — 88, 187 Pressley. Roger — 170 Reed, Thomas— 157, 188 Payne, Mary — 187 Price Raymond RELIGIOUS STUDIES DEPARTMENT — 147 Peden, Tom Prince, Kenneth Rhea, Dwa.ne — 188, 207 Pemberton, James Prince, June Richardella Susan — 92, 93, 106. 188 Penney. John — 187 Prince, Raymond R.ckrode. Don — 152 Perkinson Bo — 79. 100, 180, 188 Pnchard. Sara — 34, 88. 142. 188 Riddle. Gail Perry, Marcia —92. 93. 188 Pruett. Paula — 1 14, 188 Ridenour, Charles Perry. Robert — 101. 108 Pryor, Andy Rlden. Jo Peterson. Victoria — 188 Purdy, Doug Ridley. Dennis— 100. 188 Phlllippi. Pete — 1 15 Purdy. Mary Jane — 32. 170 Rlggs. Billy Phillips. Freddie— 170 Pusch, Fred — 1 70 Ritz, Ronald— 188 Phillips. William Robbins. Donna — 38, 86, 91 1 19, 180, 188 PHI MU — 92 — 93 9 Robbins, Steve — 188 PHI SIGMA KAPPA — 96 — 97 Roberts, Jo PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT — 150 Queen. Sammie — 127. IBS Roberts, Sandra — 1 14, 188 PHYSICS DEPARTMENT — 154 Quillin, Dyer— 155 Robmette. James 2)0 Gary Lay backstage at Miss Wesleyan Pageant. Robinson, Elizabeth Robinson, Gary Robinson, Hugh Roemmelt. Ronald — 96. 97, 171 Rogers, Benjamin Rogers, George Rogers. Robert Roop, Donald Roseberry, Larry — 43, 80 Rosenbach, Jeffrey Ross, Lee Rowe. Margaret — 171 Roy, Lucette — 91 Rudd. Linda Rudd, Susan — 91. 120 Runyan. Frances Rymer, Robert Sampson, Reid Sampson, Sara Sand, Paul Sanders. Barbara Sanders, Mack Server. Linda Saunders, Ba ry Sayles, Susan — 86, I 58 Saylors. Ann — 114 Scarbrough, Gary Scealf, Vicki — 88, 114, 121 Schaar, Carol Ann Schmidt, Robert Schneider, Linda — 25, 86, 95 104, I 10, 121, 162. 171 Schnell, Beverly Schultz. Nancy Schumpert. Rosemary Schur. Donna SENIOR ACTIVITIES — 174— 179 SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS — 162 SENIOR SUPERLATIVES — 24 — 25 Shanton. Sammy Sharp. Lyr.ne — 88. 115 Shaw, Donald — 100 Shaw Martha Shearer. Michael Sheatman Linda Sheffey. Virginia — 171 Shelton. Micheal Shields, Lois Shirley. Craig — 53. 171 Shoclley. Lmda — 21, 23. 171 Shoemaker. Michael Schulti. Jane Shulti. Ledward Sides. Lynette Sides. Wanoka SIGMA KAPPA — 94 — 95 SIGMA PHI EPSILON — 100 — 101 Slkes. Eleanor Simmons. Joe Singleton, Ronnie Skeens. Charles 97 SKIT NIGHT— 106— 107 Slack, Dicky — 179 Smith, Alva Jean — 104, 127, 171 Smith. 8obby Joe — 97 Smith. Charles— 78. 100. 180 Smith. David — 190 Smith. Daniel Smith. Dean — 176 Smith. Carol— 19. 46. 47. 86. 95. 99, 103, 104, 109, I 18, 169, 171, 176 Smith, Eva Joyco — 190 Smith, Gilbert — 96, 97 107 190 Smith, Glenda — 190 Smith, Helen — 171 Smith, Jerry— 100 122. 190 Smith. Joseph — 97 Smith. Ken — 80. 99, I 19. 164 Smith. Lionell — 190 Smith, Martha Smith. Paul — 23, 190 Smith. Sherry — 70 Smith. Terry — 36. 97. 142, 190 Snider, Alice — 190 SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS — 180 SORORITY OF THE YEAR — 104 — 105 SORORITY WOMAN OF THE YEAR — 103 South, Sandra Southern, Larry — 97, I8B Southern, Barry SPEECH AND THEATER DEPARTMENT — 156 - Spencer, Alfred Spender, Frenk Spiak. Stephen — 190 Spradling Eroletta SPRINGS OF HELICON — 117 Squires, Charles STAFF— 140— 141 Stafford. Barbara Starnes, Clairene Starr, David — 190 Starr, Deborah — 190 Steger. William Stephens. Billy Stephens. Edna Stephens, Hattie Steppe, Bill — 99. 115. 171 Sterchi, David Stetler, Glenn — 52, 190 Stevens. Willie — 171 Stewart, John Stewart, Johnny Stogner, Judy Stone, Krlstie Studdard. John STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION — I I Sturtevant, Lyonie — 190 Sud, Ra|ni Sullivan, Beverly Sullivan. Tim — 87. 96. 97, 107, 171, 176 Surface, Nancy — 67. 190 Suta. Louis Suttles. Sharon — 172 Sutton. Wanda — I 17, 126 172 Swafford, Mike Swany, Douglas Swafford. Waymond SWEETHEARTS— 36— 37 Tallent, Mike — 27, 124. 125. Tapp. Bill — 22. 49 99 IIS, Tarwater, Gordon — 99. 108 172 16. 123, 172 Taylor, Charles )C Taylor, Rusty — 100. 122 Taylor, June — 88, 108, 190 Teate. Michael Tegge William Temple Linda — 66. 95, 104, I 19 TENNIS — 78 — 79 Terry. Frank — 190 Thomas. Don — 52. 99. 122. 190 Thomas. Ivol Thomas. Paul — 172 Thompson, Donald Thompson, Glenn — 100, 109 Thompson, Janlta Thompson, Steve Thomson, Becky — 107, 191 Thornton, Clifford Thornton, Robert Tidwell, Hershel — 191 Tipton, Linda— 191 Tompkins, Harold — 100, 191 Torchick. John— 172 Trotter, Joyce Trotter, Karen TRUSTEES — 134— 135 Tutterow, Ross u UNDERCLASSMEN . Underwood, Linda Underwood. William Urban, Kevin Vandagriff, Donald VanDeventer, Elmer— 172 Vernon, Randy— 191 Vickers Diane Voiles. Richard w Waddle, Donna — 172 Waddle. John — 173 Wagner Daryl — 191 Wallis, Charlotte — 191 W ampler, Jewell— 114, 173 Ware Sam _ 22, 23, 64, 99. 106, 115 191 Warner, Michael Washington. Andreo Waters Janet _ 38 70 191 Wetson Carolyn Wetson Deborah Watson Denn.s Wetson, Donald — 100 105. 107 Watson, Jon — 98 104 107 191 WaMenbargor Barboro — 127 173, 175 Wot ' enbargor Larry Wobb William _ 100, 118 173 Woldon Frank — 191 West Michael — 191 Whaley Michael Whatley Sandra WHERE S CHARLEY? PRODUCTION — 64 — 65 Whipple, Celeste — 32 38 44 45 88 121. 191 Whitteker Helen White, Jemes White Linde— 121 Whiting. Daisy— 173 Whitlow, Bertha WHO S WHO— IB — 21 Wild, Martha Kay — 66 WJhite Charles Wilkerson, Ray — 191 Williams, Gayle — 34 88 114 123 180 192 Williams. Su;ie— 192 Williams David Williams. Evelyn Williams. Gereld Williams Janet Williams Margaret— 173 Williams. Susan — 38, 91 123 192 Willlen, Beth — 95, 104. 192 Willien, Sara —42, 43. 55. 95. 34 ■■ Wlllocks. James Wilson, Cathy— 127, 192 Wison, James A Glenda Geer smile Wilson Janet— 127. 192 Wilson, Joan Wilson, Martha Winlnger, Terrence — 173 Winters Dinah — 23 26, 35. 86. 88, 109. III. 158, 192 Witt Zelma— 92, 192 Wohlwend Edith Wolfe, Randy — 192. 209 Wolfenden. Jane Wolford. Paula —95, 192 WOMEN S GOVERNING BOARD — 120 — 121 Woods, Betsy — 91, 106 173 Woodward, Peter Woolrldge Susan Worman. Russell Worthlngton, Jane — 115. 192 Wr,ght Mary Helen Wright, Melissa 95 104. 192 Wright. Patrick— 125 Wright, Rebecce — 95, 104. 120 192 Wynn, Naomi Yates Re Yeatts. Sandra — 126 158 192 Young, Edna — 117 158 Young, Rick — 95 Zlegler, Charles Zlegler James - 100. IC5, I 19 180 211 HffpSif K , ' " ' •■ A « §1 I .?■ ■ " " " Si ' - h ILLK ' i : I 212 I 76e %o zd t tony. IVitA. MMUttf a cuindOup tunt 76at CeacU u4 ta tV ia 6k mv4 eoAene? ut 1 m 4tna up, Staony. etouaA. fo canny ire auit Jieaoy, ire my friot6e%. So ok eve a ; rtyt tvelfcme i my COHCCXK. 7fo CwutcK 6 .6eto 6ean. 0 , cued act t6e e. ' pO ' l ? K44A %€ cvoutd Kot encutK efi me. 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